wassup, this time i need to keep my bot running even if i go afk, close my replit window or turn off my pc
I would usually say use Always On, but since Always On is now deprecated and soon to be removed completely, I would use a deployment. Then again, if you have a souped up PC that you made yourself (like me) or spent like $5,000 on it, just leave your computer on and turn off your monitor lol (that’s what I do).
i see, deployment, how do i use deployment?
Replit offers multiple deployment methods: Autoscale deployments, Static Deployments and Reserved VMs.
Maybe these pages will help:
To keep my Python bot running forever, I added a Flask server to the bot in the file
background.py and asynchronously launched it. Then I connected it to the Uptimerobot server link.
The bot will work slowly, but for free, and almost without turning off.
oh that’s sounds perfect, how do i connect it to the uptimerobot?
I think there might be an issue: IIRC, Replit has problems with Uptimerobot. You cannot use Uptimerobot on Replit anymore.
I would suggest deployments instead, it is a better option.
Really? How long has this been going on?
There has been a fair bit of topics about it. Search ‘Uptimerobot not working’ in Ask.
I launched my bot before some of the Uptimerobot themes were created, but my bot is still working properly.
i see, guess i will need help on how to create deployment, cus it seems like a replit when creating, so it’s confuse
when i create a deployment it redirects me to create a new replit, is that normal? Even thought i already have a replit?
No, this is not normal.
why that happens then when i try to create a deploy?
This seems to be a bug. I would contact the Replit support team.
qhat did they responded RedCoder? Or they still didn’t responded
I personally am not sure of the best way to reach them.
@HirukaRogue I have notified Replit staff of your issue
Hi, where are you creating the deployment from? From inside of a Repl? Or from the /deployments page?