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I am trying to setup WPT private agent in Heroku and connect it to the SpeedCurve WPT server.
But my connection is resetting again and again with the connection being dropped for every request to get work.

I am using the following Procfile:
worker: python /wptagent/ --server "" --location "salesforce-01" --xvfb --dockerized -vvvvv --shaper none --log wptagent.log

the logs are:
2020-06-05T08:32:46.630524+00:00 app[worker.1]: 08:32:46.630 - Resetting dropped connection:
2020-06-05T08:32:46.680104+00:00 app[worker.1]: 08:32:46.679 - "GET /work/getwork.php?f=json&shards=1&reboot=1&location=salesforce-01&pc=80c436cd-a219-488f-8f75-d1a41ddd2a30&version=20.05&screenwidth=1920&screenheight=1200&freedisk=280.525&upminutes=9375 HTTP/1.1" 400 483
2020-06-05T08:32:51.685459+00:00 app[worker.1]: 08:32:51.685 - Checking for work:
2020-06-05T08:32:51.689853+00:00 app[worker.1]: 08:32:51.689 - Resetting dropped connection:
2020-06-05T08:32:51.743565+00:00 app[worker.1]: 08:32:51.743 - "GET /work/getwork.php?f=json&shards=1&reboot=1&location=salesforce-01&pc=80c436cd-a219-488f-8f75-d1a41ddd2a30&version=20.05&screenwidth=1920&screenheight=1200&freedisk=280.184&upminutes=9375 HTTP/1.1" 400 483
2020-06-05T08:32:56.748746+00:00 app[worker.1]: 08:32:56.748 - Checking for work:

Here 483 probably represent 'Too many hops.' but I don't know how to increase the max no of hops.
Also, whats the right way to debug it?
You should reach out to speedcurve directly and ask them. My guess, since it is port 443 that the URL should be https instead of http but they'd be the ones to ask.
Thanks for the reply Patrick.
Any ideas on how to enable traffic shaping on heroku?
I doubt you can. I don't think heroku offers full VM's, just some form of containers and those don't give you full access to the networking stack.
Thanks Patrick.
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