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04:04:49  <caspyin>Who would I contact about deleting some workspaces that are stuck spinning?
04:05:08  <caspyin>I can't create anymore private workspaces
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14:24:28  <hatch>from what I Understand a workspace allows me to install node/mongo etc much like a mini VPS?
14:25:46  <hatch>does the local version allow the same or is it just the IDE?
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15:01:44  <Leeol>hatch: No idea, i haven't gotten it to work properly for my linux setup. Try asking mattpardee_
15:02:12  <hatch> <hatch> from what I Understand a workspace allows me to install node/mongo etc much like a mini VPS?
15:02:12  <hatch> <hatch> does the local version allow the same or is it just the IDE?
15:02:15  <hatch>:)
15:02:58  <Leeol>Though, if it doesn't start to work by the end of the month i am unsubbing from Cloud9 lol. I've been paying for close to a month now for a product i don't use xD
15:02:59  <mattpardee_>hatch well
15:03:18  <Leeol>I only trust local nowa days, and c9repo is the only thing i can run local
15:03:40  <mattpardee_>the hosted version starts up an application container on OpenShift
15:04:08  <mattpardee_>so you get resources like CPU, memory, hard drive space, and some software
15:04:23  <mattpardee_>so you can run PHP, Ruby, Node.js apps etc
15:04:31  <mattpardee_>this is all set up automatically when you clone something in or create a new workspace
15:04:47  <mattpardee_>on c9local the code is running on your system
15:04:58  <hatch>oh ok, so its basically a RHL instance?
15:05:02  <mattpardee_>yes
15:05:23  <mattpardee_>well it's their Enterprise RHL with each container as a UNIX user
15:05:30  <mattpardee_>er Linux
15:05:37  <mattpardee_>anyway all that is on OpenShift's site
15:05:44  <hatch>yep for sure
15:05:48  <hatch>ok I got it now
15:05:51  <mattpardee_>but we take the traditional idea of a PaaS container and use it for your workspace
15:05:53  <mattpardee_>k
15:06:37  <hatch>thanks for the info!
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15:09:48  <Leeol>mattpardee_: Is there an issue tracker for c9local? So a user has any way to track when a bug might be fixed/worked on?
15:10:10  <mattpardee_>I would use github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9
15:10:13  <mattpardee_>for now
15:10:33  <mattpardee_>I know Garen is fixing bugs and publishing updates when he does
15:10:46  <mattpardee_>I think he was working on a really troublesome one last night
15:12:04  <Leeol>Well my problem is two fold. First off, the config.json hostname value seems to be ignored. And secondly, c9local doesn't properly forward to relative urls
15:12:26  <Leeol>Which destroys any type of port forwarding that may be happening (eg, from outside a VM box)
15:25:40  <Leeol>mattpardee_: Woo, looks like Garen (or someone) fixed the config.js hostname bug. One down! :D. Now to make c9local not use absolute values for all resources lol
15:25:57  <Leeol>What's with you guys and absolute urls :P, i remember running into that a ton with the old c9repo
15:27:53  <mattpardee_>I guess it's been a learning process
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15:29:36  <caspyin>Is it possible to use the SSH workspace feature with a cloned repo or only by creating a new workspace?
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15:37:16  <Leeol>mattpardee_: Forward to anyone needed, heh: https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/issues/2040
15:37:41  <mattpardee_>caspyin well, it just points to another server
15:37:57  <mattpardee_>so whatever directory you point at on that external server is your choice
15:42:20  <caspyin>Oh so the idea is that the code is already on your server.. I get it now.
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16:43:18  <ggoodman>Hi guys, I've got a runaway server process that's out of sync with the client and was wondering if anyone could kill it
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17:20:20  <mattpardee>hey ggoodman unfortunately that's likely a problem with the cloud9 software itself, which we cannot really resolve without killing the IDE server your project is on
17:20:44  <mattpardee>the process manager on cloud9 is one of the pieces of software we are refactoring soon
17:21:10  <ggoodman>ok, cool.. fortunately i'm only working on the client side stuff so if the server continues to serve it... so be it ;-)
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23:10:45  <Kyle>I have yet another question, is it not possible to change a project from public to private or vice versa?
23:12:33  <mattpardee>Kyle not now, but that is on our roadmap
23:14:14  <Kyle>Bah, what a pain
23:14:18  <Kyle>time to remake the project, then heh
23:21:13  <mattpardee>I agree, to be honest, I have projects that I definitely want to be private now
23:21:27  <mattpardee>unfortunately we are so busy with other tasks
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