[of-dev] Fwd: Your Heroku app ofxaddons-cedar on free dynos needs to recharge

Greg Borenstein greg.borenstein at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 07:29:23 PDT 2015


Probably getting to be time to pay the $7/mo to put ofxaddons on a hobby dyno...

-- Greg

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> From: Heroku Notifications <bot at heroku.com>
> Date: July 28, 2015 at 5:30:04 AM PDT
> To: greg.borenstein at gmail.com
> Subject: Your Heroku app ofxaddons-cedar on free dynos needs to recharge
> 
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> Your app ofxaddons-cedar is running on free dynos and has been active for more than 18 of the last 24 hours. Normally, your app would recharge for the next 6 hours. Don't worry, your app is still running. Right now we're simply sending notifications. Beginning August 15th, your application will receive up to three warnings per month after which it will need to recharge.
> 
> Why are you receiving this and what can you do?
> 
> Your app is becoming more popular. Upgrade your app to Hobby dynos for $7 per dyno per month so it never sleeps and users can access it 24×7.
> 
> A monitoring service could unintentionally be keeping your app awake for more than 18 hours a day. Run heroku logs -t to view your app's logs to see if this is the case and remove Pingdom, New Relic or other availability monitoring services that are not required for a free development app.
> 
> Your application may be receiving traffic from some other automated source. In order to sync up your app's sleep cycle with your own, scale it down before going to bed. In the morning, turn your app back on.
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> Your application may not have a web process at all. Once worker-only apps are started, they run for 18 hours and then recharge for 6 hours. After this your dynos will be started again. You can avoid this by upgrading to a hobby dyno, or by manually scaling down your application for six hours at a time that is convenient for you.
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> Dyno sleeping lets us provide you and millions of other users with a free tier for experimenting, hacking on personal projects and even low traffic apps that don't require 24×7 access.
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> We're here to help and would love hear from you or answer any questions at help.heroku.com or pricing-feedback at heroku.com!
> 
> Happy coding, Heroku
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