This error code means that there are no web processes running on the Heroku platform. This can happen for a variety of reasons, but the most likely cause is that the application code is not compatible with the Heroku platform.
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- at=error code=h14 desc="no web processes running"
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1. Check the Heroku error logs to see if there is any information about why the web processes are not running
To check the Heroku error logs, you can use the heroku logs command. For example, to view the logs for the my-app instance, you can use the following command: heroku logs --app my-app The output from the heroku logs command will list all the errors and warnings that have occurred for the my-app instance. If you see any errors that indicate that the web processes are not running in order, you can try to fix the problem by following the instructions that are listed in that particular error.
2. Use the heroku ps command to check the status of the web processes
To check the status of web processes in an Heroku account, you can use the heroku ps command. This command lists the active web processes in your account, and provides information about the status of each process. To use the heroku ps command, first log in to your Heroku account. Then, use the heroku ps command to list the active web processes in your account. The following command shows the status of the web processes in your account: heroku ps The output of the heroku ps command includes the following information: Name State Pods Status web: active running 1 app: active running 1 To view the status of a specific web process, use the -p option. The following command shows the status of the web process called web: heroku ps -p web The output of the heroku ps -p web command includes the following information: Name State Pods Status web Running 1
3. Use the heroku run command to start a web process
- To use the heroku run command, first you must create an account on the Heroku platform.
- Once you have created an account, you will need to log in.
- To initiate a web process, you can use the heroku run command. The following example demonstrates how to start a web process that will print the current time to the console: $ heroku run bash Alternatively, you can use the heroku run command to start multiple processes simultaneously: $ heroku run bash bash bash
- The heroku run command will print the output of the currently running process to the console.
4. If the problem persists, contact Heroku support
If the problem persists, contact Heroku support in order to fix heroku no web processes running.