I’m looking into transitioning my chatbot to a serverless model, and I’m curious if there is a constant or flex rate that the keepalive messages are sent for websocket chat connections?
The documentation does not specify. It’s not a huge deal, as a consumption rate in pricing will still keep that pretty low, but I would like to try and project as I architect a possible solution.
“regular” IRC keep alive ping/pong is the business for the day.
So it’s not documented per sae as the regular IRC stuff applies
Off hand I forget what the regular schedule is.
Checking my code I check I got a
PING that I
PONG’ed to at least every 5 minutes
And I’ll send my own ping if I didn’t which can help keep it alive.
End of the day if you are getting chat messages then you are good. And if the whole socket goes quiet then ping/pong becomes more important
And you can always proactively PING anyway instead of waiting for the service to.
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