00:02:01  <rje>rphillips, do we have an numbers for resource use or performance?
00:12:38  <rphillips>hmm
00:17:55  <rphillips>rje: what sort of performance?
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00:18:09  <rphillips>i would say it's about the same as the previous version
00:18:34  <rje>is our resource use improved or the same?
00:18:45  <rphillips>yeah, about the same
00:19:49  <rje>hmmm, we need more to talk about on the rackspace blog, dev blog we're good in spades
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12:23:00  <rphillips>good morning
12:31:12  <creationix>mornin
12:32:28  <rphillips>https://github.com/luvit/luvit/pull/767
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16:14:02  <rphillips>sousoux: dhl just showed up with a lovely arm9 board :)
16:14:03  <rphillips>thanks
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18:46:14  <sousoux>rphillips: good to hear. hopefully it is in a box!
18:47:08  <sousoux>If you upgrade to 2.47.0 firmware from cloudgate.option.com I'll send you a beta build of luvitred running on Luvit 2.0
18:56:10  <sousoux>creationix: any chance of moving to xpcall in the event handlers in luv? 1 level of stack on an error is not as useful as it could be.
18:56:45  <creationix>sousoux: sure, what kind of event has the shallow stack?
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20:36:50  <sousoux>lhandle.c: if (lua_pcall(L, nargs, 0, 0)) {
20:36:51  <sousoux>thread.c: if (lua_pcall(L, 1, 1, 0))
20:36:51  <sousoux>thread.c: if (lua_pcall(L, i, 0, 0)) {
20:36:51  <sousoux>work.c: if (lua_pcall(L, i, LUA_MULTRET, 0)) {
20:36:51  <sousoux>work.c: if (lua_pcall(L, i, 0, 0))
20:36:51  <sousoux>work.c: if (lua_pcall(L, i, 0, 0))
20:38:20  <sousoux>creationix: most of the errors that I see come from lhandle
20:38:39  <sousoux>They are my problem but a full stack dump would be nice
20:53:05  <sousoux>For example: Uncaught Error: [string "bundle:/deps/timer.lua"]:107: bad argument #1 to 'is_closing' (Expected uv_handle userdata)
20:54:24  <sousoux>Doesn't tell me much about where the error occurred. I will track it down but when the debug log comes from a customer I have less reproducability so more information is very welcome.
20:54:31  <rphillips>sousoux: so, how do I assign a static IP?
20:54:48  <sousoux>Via the LAN?
20:54:55  <rphillips>yeah, so this is what I did
20:55:13  <rphillips>logged in via the lan on 192.168.1.1 and assigned my local IP: 10.0.1.100
20:55:25  <sousoux>CloudGate is designed as a remote gateway so we do not handle routing on a LAN well
20:55:34  <rphillips>ah hah
20:55:46  <rphillips>i switched it over to 'lan' on the website
20:56:04  <rphillips>then plugged it into my home network, and 10.0.1.100 never comes online
20:56:19  <rphillips>switch it back to the private lan, and I can browse to it
20:56:36  <sousoux>You can switch on remote access in the system tab.
20:56:40  <rphillips>how should I set this up? WAN? dynamic dns?
20:56:46  <sousoux>Then switch the ethernet to WAN
20:57:10  <sousoux>The internal network on the CloudGate will then be NATed
20:57:28  <sousoux>It is really expeting to be the boundary router
20:57:33  <sousoux>expecting
20:57:56  <sousoux>We have to focus on the use case that sells the product!
20:58:15  <rphillips>gotcha
20:58:29  <sousoux>You can get to the interface on the remote access port
20:58:36  <sousoux>https
20:59:01  <sousoux>Maybe we should do a skype some time and I can explain
20:59:35  <rphillips>i'll try that... i almost had it
21:00:01  <sousoux>Generally it is used to provide monitoring and access to some piece of weird remote kit. Of all types!
21:00:27  <sousoux>Everything from school buses to oil well compressors
21:00:46  <sousoux>Via building automation
21:01:58  <sousoux>switch off LAN/WAN switchover. add a static route and you should get it to be happy on a LAN
21:02:14  <sousoux>It will not route via its WWAN inyterface though
21:02:23  <sousoux>and a static IP
21:03:56  <sousoux>The LAN/WAN switchover is just a scheme for provisioning the device over the LAN interface - it will look for a DHCP server and then try to contact our provisioning server. It will get in the way if you want to fix it on a static address via its LAN interface.
21:08:05  <sousoux>I'll send you the luvitred image tomorrow. I should have a new release candidate then.
21:13:57  <rphillips>sousoux: that worked!
21:14:37  <rphillips>i was missing the remote access checkbox
21:14:47  <sousoux>Yup.
21:15:15  <sousoux>Luvitred is accessible via that scheme. hence my need for working https!
21:15:26  <rphillips>i'm on 2.47.0 as well
21:15:49  <rphillips>send me over a link whenever, and I'll try it out
21:16:03  <sousoux>OK. I'll get you an image tomorrow. I have the previous RC but I have know issues that I need to resolve tomorrow.
21:16:48  <sousoux>BTW. os.hostname() exists no longer. I added it within LuvitRED but I guess you will need to add back to luvit.
21:17:10  <sousoux>I don't know how to cope with that for windows
21:17:37  <sousoux>I used ffi -> gethostname to get it for Linux
21:18:48  <sousoux>https://nodejs.org/api/os.html#os_os_hostname
21:22:51  <rphillips>yeah, that is what we did as well
21:22:52  <rphillips>https://github.com/virgo-agent-toolkit/rackspace-monitoring-agent/blob/988330698fc5283017ddcf46c1228dda7a38f25d/hostname.lua
21:22:59  <rphillips>perhaps we should add that into luvit again
21:37:21  <creationix>sousoux: got my cloudgate. Sadly my torx drivers only go down to t7
21:39:30  <sousoux>oops
21:39:36  <sousoux>security measure
21:39:39  <sousoux>:)
21:40:09  <creationix>those antennae are awesome though :)
21:40:58  <rphillips>my t6 driver is too tiny to get grip :)
21:44:16  <rphillips>http://www.amazon.com/Professional-Portable-Screwdriver-Extension-Maintenance/dp/B00CDIY3HS/ref=pd_sbs_263_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=1YN1B77V1SHDNXH7GGEC
21:44:28  <rphillips>i think i'll go with this one and prepared for next time
21:44:33  <rphillips>be prepared*
22:07:14  <creationix>sousoux: on the shallow errors, what are you seeing?
22:07:25  <creationix>Is it hitting the fatal uncaught exception handler in luv?
22:07:56  <creationix>https://github.com/luvit/luv/blob/master/src/lhandle.c#L67-L70
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