“Too many requests” is a message that can be displayed when a server is unable to handle the number of requests being made to it. This can occur when a server is experiencing high traffic or when an user is making too many requests in a short period of time.
Don’t do anything just wait for some time, it will be fixed on his own.
If the issue persists, Try these things or contact Open.ai team.
There are a few ways you can try to fix this issue when using ChatGPT:
- Check the rate limits for the API you are using. Some APIs have limits on the number of requests that can be made in a specific time period. If you are making too many requests, you may need to reduce the frequency of your requests or use a more efficient method of making requests.
- Make sure your application is optimized to minimize the number of requests it makes. This may involve using techniques like caching, batching, and pagination to reduce the number of requests needed to retrieve data.
- Check for any issues with the server or network infrastructure that may be causing the requests to fail. This could include issues with load balancers, firewalls, or other network components.
If the issue persists, Don’t do anything just wait for some time, it will be fixed on his own.