I had an app with V1.
I paused the app with ‘fly scale count 0’.
I migrated the app with ‘fly migrate-to-v2’.
I’m trying to resume the app back ‘fly scale count 1’, but it fails with error message:
Error: ‘fly scale count’ can’t scale up groups with mounts, use ‘fly machine clone’ to add machines for: app
But I have 0 machines, so I can’t clone it.
`fly status --all’ shows this:
Name = power
Owner = personal
Hostname = power.fly.dev
Image = -
Platform = machines
Did you follow this guide? If you haven’t check it out to see if it works for you.
If that doesn’t work for you you can try the following: Since you currently have 0 machines, you cannot directly clone a machine. In this case, you can try deploying your app again using
fly deploy. This will create new machines according to the
[processes] configured in your
After deploying your app, you can then use
fly machine clone to scale up your app as needed.
I did follow the automated part. I thought I can reuse the existing image from V1.
Now I did rerun deployment part with
DOCKER_BUILDKIT=1 flyctl deploy --local-only.
It failed with error message:
Error: error creating a new machine: failed to launch VM: aborted: could not reserve resource for machine: insufficient CPUs available to fulfill request
I believe it is related to some troubles in WAW region. I will try again later.
Thanks for suggestions!
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