You're so pleasant in your responses. It's really quite wonderful. /s
erw wrote:So you want to answer without reading question first?
As I mentioned - it's not often it's just lots of feeds from one provider.
Side note: It's nice that you start your journey in the forums being snarky to a moderator.
So, you already "mentioned" that "it's not often"? Let's take a look-see:
Recently I set up tt-rss and everything goes fine except one thing:
I need to fetch feeds from one website but couple different RSS and sometimes there are HTTP 429(too many requests) for some feeds.
Is there some kind of workaround?
At what point in your post did you actually mention that you're not fetching often?
At any rate, what is "often"? For some that might be 15-minutes and others that might be not more than once a day.
Frankly, your attitude to those helping you is less than desirable but I'm a nice guy so I'll give you some advice.
erw wrote:How does it matter what provider is it or what the limit is?
It matters because if we know who the provider is, we might be able to give some better advice. Larger ones like FeedBurner have limits that others have already encountered and managed; if that was the provider, we could give more targeted advice. If it's joe-some-guy-blog-with-feeds-for-each-category that's a different story.
erw wrote:Problem is clear - too many requests since tt updates them very quickly without pause between requests.
The problem really is clear. Abundantly so. You're fetching too frequently, as you said. The solution
is to fetch less frequently.
That being said, you could write a plugin to hook the maintenance function in TT-RSS. It runs hourly by default, and then you could manually modify fetch times for the feeds based on when other feeds were updated. Or you could hook just before feeds are fetched, check the times and return erroneous data to TT-RSS so it aborts fetching, etc. Both are hacks but they could be coded in plugins to do what you want without much upkeep thereafter. Another thing you could do if you're on a VPS is add more IPs and setup some scripts to rotate which IP is used for outbound requests to port 80 and 443.
Do you want the real solution?
Talk to the owner of the web site. Explain what you're doing and why, and ask how often he or she recommends you fetch. Respect their response. Problem. Solved.