- Apr 17, 2020
Would be nice if it were true, but nothing is really unlimited in real life. There is always some limit. Now whether this limit is of actual consequence for a specific user, that is if it exceeds the needs of a specific user is another thing!I use a Google Team Drive with unlimited storage.
Have no experience with take-downs. Sorry. If I were to guess though I would say that they would be very fast with take-downs. This is however just a guess, as I have said before...I more concerned about retention and takedowns. I wonder how fast Google usually take actions against uploaders of illegal content.
Yes, that's the theory. In reality, all data centers have a certain storage capacity. It's impossible to give billions PBs of data storage to all users for example. So nothing is really unlimited. There is always a limit. Most users will never need "billions PBs of data storage", so they are covered by the offered storage quantity. So if the offered storage capacity exceeds their needs for storage capacity, then there is no limit for them, so you could call it unlimited storage capacity. But that's just a marketing title... The reality is that there is always a limit to anything you can think of.Gdrive is unlimited
Tdrive to 400k limited
Server side from Tdrive to Gdrive and you never hit the 400k limit
OK, but does everybody else have that much data on Gdrive? And if they did, would Gdrive be able to store that much data? What if everybody would just start storing all their data on Gdrive without ever deleting a single file? How long would it take for the available Gdrive storage to run out?Actually used space
830 TB on Gdrive
130 TB on Shared-Drive A
189 TB on Shared-Drive B
144 YB on Shared-Drive C
So I hit the 1 PB