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Description of my issue:
I am just looking for clarity on the json error problem and google drive in this post #30463 – Invalid JSON data received you state
"One of the affected hosts did take the time to troubleshoot this issue and found out that my second hunch (broken cURL library) was actually the culprit. It appears that a recent update to the cURL library, used by PHP to contact remote servers, has a weird bug which prevents it from correctly identifying the HTTP protocol version the remote server speaks. Instead of using HTTP/1.1 it falls back to HTTP/1.0. However, Google Drive's API servers do NOT speak HTTP/1.1 and return the HTTP 501 Not Implemented error. To make things even weirder, this bug only happens with certain PHP verbs. As I already told you, HTTP GET and POST requests work fine, PUT does not. This is the reason."
So my question is should the server be set to HTTP/1.0 or HTTP/1.1? I have tried both but I still can't send backups to drive
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