How Should I Keep My Bot Running If I Turn Off my PC?

my code run, my main file is inside the RP Utilities beta folder

oh, you aren’t at all importing the file so it won’t run.
What I recommend is to move everything out of the folder: run in Shell

mv RP-Utilities-Beta/{.,}* .
rm -r RP-Utilities-Beta
sed -i '/^entrypoint/s|".*/|"|' .replit

And then in your main file

import server

No, webview is in Replit.

so it’s just run my replit?


 * Serving Flask app 'server'
 * Debug mode: off
WARNING: This is a development server. Do not use it in a production deployment. Use a production WSGI server instead.
 * Running on all addresses (
 * Running on
 * Running on
Press CTRL+C to quit - - [18/Sep/2023 21:34:41] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 -

Once you do that, you should see a tab named webview, along with a link. Put that link in UptimeRobot.

it says invalid, i got the link but it’s invalid

What if you put the https:// prefix?

functioned, even thought it’s displaying this, i don’t know if it’s normal:

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Yup, that looks about right.

i see, thought my bot seems to not running, like, it’s offline and not online
i don’t know why my bot in discord is not working

it seems tunning the server but not running the

okay i have no idea how to fix that problem, i don’t know how i execute it into my bot

okay i found what happened, i didn’t imported bot

Can you mark me as a solution if I helped?

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Is there a reason you’re using uptimerobot instead of Deployments?

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I doubt @HirukaRogue would rather pay for deployments then use UpTimeRobot for free.


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