If you have run into problems with your Google Cloud Storage account, you may be wondering how to resolve the problem. Here are some common errors that cause the error message “Cannot read the resource”. Depending on the reason, this message can be caused by one of several factors. For example, your bucket may be named differently than the one you’re currently using. If that’s the case, you will need to choose a new name for it.
HTTP status codes are the most common errors returned by the Google Cloud Storage JSON API. HTTP status codes are typically 2xx Success or 1xx Informational. HTTP status codes are returned if successful or failed requests. Errors require redirections. The error response usually contains a JSON document. In some cases, the error message may be more detailed. This can be helpful in troubleshooting. The following error messages may be encountered:
‘Unauthorized request’ error: This error indicates that the bucket you’re trying to access is not authorized. If you have not verified your credentials with Google Cloud Storage, you may need to change your password. This error can occur when you make a POST request to your account. To resolve this error, make sure to check the ‘Authentication Required’ header in your request. If you’re using the Google Cloud Storage API for the first time, you should check the permissions of the bucket before you attempt to upload any data.
If you’re a new user to Google Cloud Storage, you should review the documentation. There are a number of helpful guides and docs available online to help you understand what the issue is. The most common reason is due to a recent change in the metadata storage system. The new version of Google Cloud Storage contains the changes made in August. Google recommends that users update their applications to avoid errors as early as possible. This update also improves the quality of the data storage service.