OK, so I got tapped to do the archiving chores for a six night a week jazz room here. Owner guy has a Google Drive account set up, part of it is earmarked for the nightly recordings (Recording Archives-Recent) and another for 'deep storage' (Recording Archives). Fine.
I get the weekly recordings on SD cards, process them, turn them into 196kbps MP3 single track files
and upload to my DropBox account for easy distribution to the bands.
At the same time I salt my DropBox, I add the same files to the house Google Drive Recording Archives-Recent. All's good. After a couple three weeks, I'll move the oldest files on the Google Drive over to the deep storage folder... (It's the process that the former archivist developed.)
My problem is that somehow or another I've got my own Google Drive account that I must have fooled with years ago but it's now been activated some how. I now have duplicated files in both the "house" G'Drive account and in MY G'Ddrive account. WTF, I didn't tell it to do that... did I? My supposed account is a basic free setup, where as the House account is a "pay for 15gb" option.
Before I delv into deleting the content on my account, I thought I'd check in and see if anyone had a clue as to what I did!...or if the two accounts are so connected that killing mine will affect the other. (Can I even kill a Google app?)
Thanks, be gentle.