Turboku - Failed due to unhealthy allocations


I’m trying to migrate an app from Heroku using Turboku.
Unfortunately, it didn’t work.
My first question is about the deployment itself. The process creates three apps, and even though it raised an error, it continues to build new versions indefinitely.
The only way I could stop this was to delete one of the free builder apps. Is this correct, or is there another way to interact?
The error is:

***v11 failed - Failed due to unhealthy allocations - no stable job version to auto revert to and deploying as v12

I also checked the Troubleshooting your Deployment · Fly Docs guide, but I also couldn’t find a way to access the instance.

I tried:

% flyctl ssh console       
Error get app: Could not find app

Any help would be very appreciated!

Thank you!

What stack are you running with your app?

If your heroku app for example has a postgres attached then you are better off following this guide instead.

Depending on the app there is likely some extra setup in migration that turboku isn’t capturing.

Thank you for your reply!

My stack is Python