Trigger Function schedule error from CLI

I am working of a custom digital ocean function which i want to add a scheduler, to run at a custom time.

parameters: {}
environment: {}
    - name: sample
      shared: false
      environment: {}
      parameters: {}
      annotations: {}
        - name: hello
          binary: false
          main: ""
          runtime: python:default
          web: true
          - name: trigger-hello
            sourceType: scheduler
              cron: "* * * * *"
          webSecure: false
          parameters: {}
          environment: {}
          annotations: {}
          limits: {}

but i keep getting this error

Deployed functions ('doctl sls fn get <funcName> --url' for URL):
  - sample/hello
Error: While deploying while deploying trigger 'trigger-hello': Request failed with status code 401
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Bobby Iliev
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July 4, 2023

Hey @segunsakaaiyedun,

As my colleague Matt suggested in the comment section, an you open a support ticket, you can do this via the link here:

With Scheduled Functions being in beta right now, we might not be able to troubleshoot the issue without knowing private information like your account username or Functions namespace ID. Thanks!

Hope that helps!

- Bobby.

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