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Superfishintights

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I'm migrating to a new server and wanted to set up the mounts first

I copied the details over, and I'm trying to issue new service account keys, but I keep getting this:


ERROR: (gcloud.iam.service-accounts.create) RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED: Maximum number of service accounts on project reached.
- '@type': type.googleapis.com/google.rpc.RetryInfo
retryDelay: 86401s
ERROR: (gcloud.iam.service-accounts.keys.create) PERMISSION_DENIED: Permission iam.serviceAccountKeys.create is required to perform this operation on service account projects/-/serviceAccounts/[email protected].
blitz126 is linked to GDSA01
I have deleted all existing service accounts (so my old server has no active accounts now), but I'm still getting this error message on the new server.

I'm at a loss now how to move forward.
 

DaWads

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Hi - maybe you solved this?

I just had the same problem today and realised I deleted the users from Google Drive.
Have you been into the Cloud Console for the Service account? I found that under I AM & ADMIN I still had all the original accounts set there (though I had deleted via google drive). Hence I had hit the limit.

Deleting from there fixed the issue for me.
 
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Admin9705

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Did you goto the google console and manually delete the keys? Trust me, if there are 0 keys for that project, you'll be good. Make sure your on the right project.
 

DaWads

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Did you goto the google console and manually delete the keys? Trust me, if there are 0 keys for that project, you'll be good. Make sure your on the right project.
I deleted them from the Drive that didn't work - BUT when I went to the console the issue was clear - a whole history list of previous installs / service users. Deleting these allowed me to add new ones and al was OK!
 

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