They actually ended up doing that.
Sat Dec 17, 2022 1:26am

They created a "micro" service level which is their new lowest level that is basically the free version but paid. It's actually really cheap and I was tempted to keep one of my free services on that just to have it but decided against it now that I have a Koyeb account.

Doesn't look like any of my "paid" stuff (this site) has been affected/effected (I can never remember which is the right one) by the change. Even the is still online thankfully.

  • Maybe they'll come up with something for little guys? - Puckdropper, Sat Sep 03 2022 3:13am
    A tier that covers the cost of the once-free services but doesn't cost a lot of money. Does this mean the domain will have to change?
    • They actually ended up doing that.- Erik_, Sat Dec 17 2022 1:26am
      • I've never had any trouble with anything pointed here - Puckdropper, Mon Dec 19 2022 3:12am
        Usually if the page doesn't load, it's something weird on the link between the modem and ISP. It's all been rock solid. I guess I really should update my bookmark...
        • That's good to hear. I haven't had issues either. - Erik_, Mon Dec 19 2022 9:19am
          Though, there was a random thing I would see in the logs where a random page would time out. It was very infrequent though. I had it happen to me only twice in the past 3 years we've been here. (wow, I can't believe it's been that long!) When it happened to me, I got a blank page with no data. Just... more
    • customers. (Dynos are what they call their virtual servers/docker containers). Ex: At this price tier, you get your paid dyno and a free one! Free ones spin down after an hour of being idle and have a limited number of online hours a month so it's not exactly a "buy one get one free" type of deal. ... more
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