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'API limit reached' problem
Tester19

Member Since Jul 28, 2019  1 posts Tester19 Sep 22 at 07:10
Recently there has appeard a frequent problem of 'API limit reached. To increase limits, please contact us.' on some of my VPS. Despite me having a paid subscritpion wich should provide 2800 requests per day (according to https://www.myfxbook.com/api) while all of my experts deffinitlely make at most 1900.
Also it is very strange that even after more than 30 hours passed since error occured API still rejects requests with the same message. Error persists even after restarting terminal and VPS. As if limit was never renewd on the next day...
Whats more strange - even when 2 of my terminals recieve such a message, at the same time 3 other terminals continue to work properly and have no problems with API whatsoever (all terminals are installed on different VPS).
I'm sure I'm not the only one with this issue - since my colleague, who has a free access but not excceding 100 requests per day, have run into the same error a few times.

Myfxuser

Member Since Jul 13, 2020  1 posts Myfxuser Oct 14 at 07:19
The same thing

thefr

Member Since Oct 14, 2020  1 posts thefr 17 Hours ago
Same here. Paid version. I do exactly one request per minute (1440), and after 2 days of operation I reached the limit as if the limit is not renewed after 24 hours. I'm not happy with this.

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