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00:09:36  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix_: That's a good idea.
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00:48:27  <mmalecki>Nexxy: WRONG.
00:48:49  <mmalecki>also, i felt asleep FOR SOME REASON
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00:51:42  <TooTallNate>mmalecki: cause you're drunk?
00:52:02  <mmalecki>TooTallNate: that might be one of many reasons
00:52:10  <TooTallNate>:p
00:52:14  <mmalecki>but now I feel lesss drunk and I feel like fixing it
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00:57:07  <mmalecki>all editors suck
00:57:42  <benlower>blakmatrix: you around?
00:58:13  <benlower>i figured out my issue from yesterday but now i'm getting: Error: spawn ENOMEM
00:59:07  <benlower>is my app running out of memory? if so, what are the limits and how do i ensure i stay w/in them? :-)
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01:07:29  <bradleymeck>finally, build server works… on 1 *nix
01:07:32  <bradleymeck>lol
01:07:53  <bradleymeck>npm*
01:08:52  <mmalecki>bradleymeck: does it involve require('npm')?
01:08:58  <bradleymeck>no
01:08:59  <bradleymeck>god no
01:09:02  <bradleymeck>CLI only
01:09:19  <mmalecki>this is starting to look good
01:09:20  <bradleymeck>throw cli in a nice little isolated env with `nobody` privileges
01:09:23  <bradleymeck>let it chug away
01:09:36  <mmalecki>how many bash scripts does it involve?
01:09:51  <bradleymeck>1 sudo call using spawn()
01:10:18  <bradleymeck>cause i cant sudo -u from node directly :(
01:10:19  <mmalecki>oh, yeah, please don't call sudo
01:10:23  <bradleymeck>i have to
01:10:37  <mmalecki>doesn't node have uid and gid spawn params?
01:10:45  <bradleymeck>not in docs … /checks
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01:11:00  <mmalecki>avianflu will know more
01:11:02  <bradleymeck>i dont think posix does
01:11:09  <mmalecki>i think at some point it was removed or some shit
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01:11:18  <mmalecki>but then maybe fixed
01:11:19  <mmalecki>?
01:11:20  <mmalecki>dunno
01:11:22  <Sly> SUDO_USER: 'sly',
01:11:22  <Sly> SUDO_UID: '1000',
01:11:22  <Sly> SUDO_GID: '1000'
01:11:25  <Sly>process.env
01:12:25  <mmalecki>yeah, but it keeps fucking with env in a lot of different and unexpected ways
01:12:59  <Sly>What do you mean?
01:13:03  <bradleymeck>Sly we also really do want it to be a `nobody` user, we dont want a build server worker to touch random things
01:13:16  * Slywasn't here for half the conversation.
01:13:20  <Sly>I don't even know what's being talked about.
01:13:24  <bradleymeck>Sly just that sudo will remove env vars etc and -E isnt reliable cross *nix
01:13:29  <Sly>I just saw something about GID/UID.
01:13:42  <bradleymeck>ah, talking about how to get rid of a `sudo` call
01:13:57  <bradleymeck>anyways drinking time now that got a few builds running
01:14:16  <mmalecki>bradleymeck: ++
01:14:17  <kohai>bradleymeck has 50 beers
01:14:28  <mmalecki>I'm happy I'm not the only one!
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01:15:38  <Sly>$ sudo NODE_ENV=test node
01:15:38  <Sly>> process.env.NODE_ENV
01:15:38  <Sly>'test'
01:15:43  <Sly>I don't have any problem with it. O_o
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01:16:22  <mmalecki>Sly: yeah, but try modifying PATH
01:16:52  <Sly>$ sudo node
01:16:52  <Sly>> process.env.PATH
01:16:52  <Sly>'/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin'
01:16:57  <Sly>$ sudo PATH='test' node
01:16:57  <Sly>> process.env.PATH
01:16:57  <Sly>'test'
01:17:00  <Sly>Works fine.
01:17:04  <mmalecki>hm, nice
01:17:08  <mmalecki>what OS is that?
01:17:13  <Sly>Ubuntu
01:17:20  <mmalecki>that certainly didn't work on Fedora last time I trie
01:17:22  <mmalecki>*tried
01:17:29  <mmalecki>it's some safe_env shit
01:17:46  <Sly>Not a clue. Fedora has kernel panicked on my computer, even in a VM, since Fedora 15.
01:17:49  <Sly>Not sure if they ever fixed it.
01:18:01  <mmalecki>nice...
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01:18:21  <Init--WithStyle->Is there any way I can use the import/export tools on my jitsu mongoDB instance?
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01:19:26  <Init--WithStyle->I'm trying to drop a 2000 x 2000 array into a geospatially indexed collection, but after 546 lines of the 2d array I get cut off... maybe i'm hitting the database too intensively?
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01:30:54  <mmalecki>Init--WithStyle-: mongodump or whatever should work
01:30:55  <kohai>Init has -49 beers
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01:31:30  <Init--WithStyle->i have no clue how to use that... is there a guide/tutorial somewhere on someone using mongodump with nodejitsu?
01:31:50  <mmalecki>you use it just like you'd use it with your local db
01:31:54  <mmalecki>except different creds
01:31:59  <mmalecki>but I don't use mongo really
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01:32:27  <Init--WithStyle->what do you use as your jitsu database mmalecki ?
01:32:38  <mmalecki>couchdb
01:33:23  <Init--WithStyle->mmm I see
01:34:35  <Init--WithStyle->mmalecki: it seems that it takes a few seconds for my collection count to update when I create a large new collection (in my case, 200 000 sized)
01:34:49  <Init--WithStyle->does jitsu buffer insert commands on the database if the rate is too high and gradually pull them in?
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01:38:35  <mmalecki>that's a question for mongohq, our mongodb provider
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01:41:04  <jesusabdullah>that's also a question for whatever mongodb library you're using
01:41:08  <jesusabdullah>The answer is probably no
01:43:22  <Init--WithStyle->i've got some weird stuff going on when I try doing a for looped insert of a 2000 x 2000 2d array
01:43:49  <Init--WithStyle->like... process running out of memory in my console and the collection's count being stuck at 574
01:45:25  <Init--WithStyle->just doing a double for loop and inserting one piece of data for each
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01:59:20  <Sly>Strange how Google makes V8 parse octals natively when they're assigned to a variable, but not bits.
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02:03:15  <Sly>Then again, it looks like their scanner.cc file hasn't been touched in a while.
02:03:18  <Sly>http://pastebin.com/6mFNdvdS
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02:25:26  <harbhub>i need some support
02:25:34  <harbhub>i use nodejitsu free service
02:25:40  <harbhub>i am ready to pay for scalable hosting
02:26:42  <mmalecki>harbhub: sup? what's your usecase?
02:27:08  <harbhub>im making a simple website for now
02:27:13  <harbhub>just a few routes
02:27:20  <harbhub>html 5 and css3
02:27:25  <harbhub>with some jquery and javascript
02:27:31  <harbhub>i want to keep my first app simple
02:27:33  <harbhub>its a website
02:27:41  <harbhub>it runs perfectly on my local host
02:27:51  <harbhub>now, i want it to work live on harbhub.com
02:27:55  <harbhub>i own the domain name
02:28:09  <harbhub>and can point the nameservers where ever they need to go
02:28:25  <harbhub>can you help me go live?
02:31:25  <harbhub>is nodejitsu the right tool for the job?
02:32:25  <mmalecki>sure
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02:32:34  <mmalecki>no need to manipulate name servers
02:32:44  <mmalecki>see https://dns.nodejitsu.com/ :)
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02:37:17  <harbhub>thanks for linking me
02:37:29  <harbhub>do you know if it matters what prefix is before the ip addresses?
02:37:35  <harbhub>i have host gator's registry rocket
02:37:46  <harbhub>i am changing the A-name records
02:38:01  <harbhub>i'm not sure what to set the Host Name to
02:38:23  <harbhub>*
02:38:25  <harbhub>@
02:38:26  <harbhub>www
02:38:35  <harbhub>those are the three it lists with IP addresses
02:39:49  <mmalecki>just domain.com
02:39:54  <mmalecki>or whatever
02:39:58  <mmalecki>no prefixes
02:40:03  <harbhub>harbhub.com
02:40:23  <mmalecki>yeah
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02:42:23  <harbhub>ok i added them :)
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02:42:35  <harbhub>but like.. now what?
02:42:49  <harbhub>i have a folder on my comp that i want to upload to harbhub.com
02:43:00  <harbhub>it works on my local host
02:43:14  <harbhub>it is purely node, html, css, javascript
02:43:15  <mmalecki>jitsu deploy :)
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02:43:27  <harbhub>will it know to deploy to my harbhub.com?
02:43:50  <mmalecki>yeah, as long as you have a proper package.json
02:44:03  <harbhub>;)
02:44:16  <harbhub>if it really is this simple, i will cry from joy
02:44:19  <harbhub>let me try
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02:44:48  <harbhub>do you guys not support node 0.8.*?
02:45:26  <mmalecki>we do
02:45:35  <mmalecki>why not?
02:45:54  <harbhub>ok i will put that engine in my package.json
02:46:07  <harbhub>it defaulted to 0.6.* for me
02:46:09  <harbhub>thats why i ask
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02:46:48  <mmalecki>what's your jitsu version? we changed that recently i think
02:48:08  <harbhub>let me check
02:48:46  <harbhub>0.9.6
02:48:53  <harbhub>:(
02:48:55  <harbhub>it didnt work
02:48:59  <harbhub>waittt
02:49:01  <harbhub>one sec
02:49:04  <harbhub>its a subdomain i made
02:49:24  <harbhub>ok the subdomain works
02:49:25  <harbhub>but
02:49:28  <harbhub>it isnt my site
02:49:35  <harbhub>it is harbhub.jit.su
02:49:44  <harbhub>i just want to go to harbhub.com
02:49:45  <harbhub>:)
02:49:56  <mmalecki>harbhub: dns takes some time to update
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02:50:14  <mmalecki>I don't even see it's pointed to nodejitsu yet
02:50:19  <harbhub>so eventually it will point to harbhub.com
02:50:20  <mmalecki>returns empty for me
02:50:21  <mmalecki>yeah
02:50:23  <harbhub>hehe
02:50:25  <harbhub>works for me
02:50:26  <harbhub>http://harbhub.box7.harbhub.jit.su
02:50:28  <mmalecki>like, give it half an hour
02:50:43  <harbhub>i just deployed that random thing i made
02:50:46  <mmalecki>:)
02:50:51  <harbhub>to see if it works and it does :)
02:51:09  <harbhub>if this works, and harbhub.com is hosted
02:51:14  <harbhub>and its all done on node (which i love)
02:51:22  <harbhub>then i will cry from joy
02:51:25  <harbhub>:)
02:51:34  <harbhub>hmmm
02:51:48  <harbhub>does redis install locally in my app's folder?
02:51:57  <harbhub>next i want to learn redis for user authentication
02:52:04  <harbhub>just making sure i can do it all in my app directory
02:52:10  <harbhub>and deploy that to jitsu
02:52:14  <harbhub>and have a db that works
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02:52:34  <mmalecki>what do you mean by " does redis install locally in my app's folder"?
02:52:41  <harbhub>as in
02:52:45  <harbhub>if i requrie redis
02:52:47  <mmalecki>we don't install redis on your machine
02:52:48  <harbhub>in package.json
02:52:52  <mmalecki>oh, yeah, it'll install it
02:52:53  <harbhub>o.0
02:53:01  <harbhub>okay :)
02:53:04  <harbhub>thats what i was wondering
02:53:09  <mmalecki>I thought you meant the server
02:53:21  <harbhub>nope, just want my app to have its own redis db
02:53:23  <harbhub>and a mongodb
02:53:33  <mmalecki>sure, check out `jitsu db` command :)
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02:53:36  <harbhub>and every other thing that i can do on my computer's local host :)
02:54:21  <harbhub>cool i like
02:54:31  <harbhub>i heard you guys merged with joyent
02:54:54  <harbhub>are you guys scalable? like could you handle twitter type loads on my app?
02:54:56  <harbhub>just wondering
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02:55:18  <mmalecki>twitter as in twitter.com or as in, @notch tweets about my app?
02:55:36  <harbhub>twitter.com
02:55:41  <harbhub>the magnitude of users it has
02:55:51  <harbhub>can you guys handle that if i make a huge app?
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02:56:02  <harbhub>huge as in tons of users, like twitter amount of users
02:56:13  <mmalecki>we don't have enough servers in our public cloud, but with private hosting, sure, why not?
02:56:22  <mmalecki>(private hosting === private cloud)
02:56:31  <harbhub>sweet
02:56:42  <harbhub>would you guys work with me on load balancing and managing the servers
02:56:47  <harbhub>if i get a huge app?
02:56:52  <mmalecki>yup
02:56:56  <mmalecki>we did that few times
02:56:59  <harbhub>:)
02:57:03  <harbhub>can you name a few?
02:57:09  <harbhub>i'd like to check them out
02:57:09  <mmalecki>with now.jit.su, for example
02:57:22  <mmalecki>it got pretty popular recently :)
02:58:09  <harbhub>all i see are clocks lol
02:59:02  <harbhub>cool
02:59:05  <harbhub>i clicked a clock lol
02:59:08  <harbhub>#thisisnow
02:59:11  <harbhub>that is pretty nice
02:59:19  <harbhub>my app should take off too
02:59:29  <harbhub>its great to know that you have my back :)
02:59:45  <harbhub>screw it, i will start with public, and once i get a working prototype
02:59:50  <harbhub>i will go private
02:59:54  <harbhub>and you and i both profit :)
03:00:08  <harbhub>i want to make my app open sourced on github
03:00:16  <harbhub>so people can integrate with it, like twitter
03:00:25  <harbhub>or in now's case, instagram
03:01:03  <harbhub>new york needs to relax lol, they post so many pics!
03:01:49  <mmalecki>harbhub: it's night there, I think. which means that life is getting started :)
03:02:15  <harbhub>hehe
03:02:20  <harbhub>hey can you look at this for me
03:02:34  <harbhub>i think that the deploy might not have gone through properly
03:02:35  <harbhub>info: Welcome to Nodejitsu harbhub info: It worked if it ends with Nodejitsu ok info: Executing command deploy info: Analyzing your application dependencies in index.js info: Checking app availability harbhub.com error: The subdomain you have requested is already in use. prompt: subdomain: (harbhub.Box7.harbhub) info: Checking app availability harbhub.com info: Creating app harbhub.com info: Creating s
03:02:48  <harbhub>pp harbhub.com info: Activating snapshot 0.0.0-1 for harbhub.com info: Starting app harbhub.com info: App harbhub.com is now started info: http://harbhub.box7.harbhub.jit.su on Port 80 info: Nodejitsu ok
03:03:02  <mmalecki>harbhub: can you paste that into a gist?
03:03:09  <harbhub>see how it says: started on http://harbhub.box7.harbhub.jit.su
03:03:11  <harbhub>sure
03:03:14  <harbhub>sorry about that
03:03:18  <mmalecki>np
03:03:41  <harbhub>https://gist.github.com/3431692
03:04:48  <harbhub>Box7 is the name of the directory of my app
03:05:07  <harbhub>i guess that is why part of the subdomain is box7
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03:05:16  <mmalecki>harbhub: yeah. looks like harbhub/myApp is taking harbhub.jit.su
03:05:26  <harbhub>:(
03:05:35  <harbhub>do i need private?
03:05:38  <mmalecki>nope
03:05:42  <harbhub>hmm
03:05:47  <mmalecki>but you can only have one app per subdomain
03:05:51  <harbhub>i put all the right IPaddresses
03:05:59  <harbhub>right
03:06:04  <harbhub>how do i make it with no subdomain
03:06:11  <harbhub>as in, make it the main page
03:06:15  <harbhub>harbhub.com
03:06:27  <mmalecki>harbhub: this is totally unrelated
03:06:32  <harbhub>oh
03:06:42  <harbhub>yea i am not sure where to go from here
03:06:44  <mmalecki>harbhub: and that domain doesn't work yet because DNS didn't get fully propagated
03:06:47  <mmalecki>so just wait
03:06:54  <harbhub>okay, just making sure
03:07:05  <harbhub>what programming languages do you know?
03:07:30  <harbhub>i want to get to know ya a little better
03:07:50  <mmalecki>c, c++, pascal, js, bits of asm, python, ruby, c#
03:07:56  <harbhub>cool
03:08:06  <mmalecki>probably few more but I only use C and JS these days :)
03:08:07  <harbhub>you sound like a boss
03:08:13  <harbhub>heh nice
03:08:17  <harbhub>ever code a game?
03:08:29  <mmalecki>nah, I just write some code
03:08:35  <mmalecki>oh, no, just simple snake in js
03:08:38  <mmalecki>that was fun
03:08:42  <harbhub>lol
03:08:46  <harbhub>i wanna make that
03:08:50  <harbhub>and host it on harbhub
03:08:53  <harbhub>snake.harbhub.com
03:09:02  <harbhub>it will be a separate app :)
03:09:12  <harbhub>hmmm
03:09:21  <harbhub>i could actually
03:09:27  <harbhub>route it as harbhub.com/games/snake
03:09:29  <harbhub>o.0
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03:10:05  <harbhub>i love the internet, i love node, and if my dns resolves properly then i will loe nodejitsu as well
03:10:13  <harbhub>do you like MMA?
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03:14:09  <harbhub>mmalecki: when the dns resolves, the path will be harbhub.box7.harbhub.com ?
03:14:22  <mmalecki>harbhub: no, it'll be harbhub.com
03:14:38  <mmalecki>subdomain is only relevant for nodejitsucom
03:14:41  <mmalecki>and jit.su
03:14:44  <mmalecki>and jitsu.com
03:14:52  <harbhub>ok
03:15:03  <harbhub>can you tell me how you got .su?
03:15:23  <mmalecki>oh, haha, it's a long story
03:15:29  <mmalecki>indutny lives in Russia
03:15:35  <harbhub>i have a long time :)
03:15:45  <harbhub>.su is for russia?
03:16:02  <mmalecki>soviet union :)
03:16:28  <harbhub>haha
03:16:49  <harbhub>if i had a server, could i make a .hh?
03:16:52  <harbhub>for harbhub :)
03:16:54  <harbhub>harbhub.hh
03:16:56  <harbhub>heh
03:18:29  <harbhub>mmalecki: once the dns resolves, will i be able to deploy over the current app without having to wait again?
03:18:45  <mmalecki>yeah
03:18:58  <mmalecki>wait, what are you waiting for, actually?
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03:19:15  <mmalecki>also, if you have that domain in your package.json you won't even have to deploy it again
03:19:21  <mmalecki>it'll just start working
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03:20:42  <harbhub>i'm waiting for harbhub.com
03:20:46  <harbhub>to work :)
03:20:48  <harbhub>http://harbhub.box7.harbhub.jit.su/
03:20:57  <harbhub>should be what i see when i go to harbhub.com
03:21:15  <mmalecki>oh, yeah, than yes
03:21:16  <harbhub>or is that not what is going to happen? that is what i want to happen
03:21:20  * bardupart
03:21:27  <harbhub>ok sweet
03:21:30  <mmalecki>yeah, this is when it'll happen
03:21:44  <harbhub>im goin to watch some family guy and learn more jquery in the meantime
03:22:43  <harbhub>ps thx for your help
03:22:51  <harbhub>it is appreciated
03:22:53  <kokotron>what is harbhub gonna be?
03:23:00  <harbhub>the best website ever
03:23:02  <kokotron>im interested
03:23:06  <kokotron>top secret?
03:23:10  <harbhub>hehe
03:23:11  <harbhub>nope
03:23:16  <harbhub>harbhub is just gonna be my personal site
03:23:18  <harbhub>but
03:23:22  <harbhub>once i get it working
03:23:28  <harbhub>and get familiar with nodejitsu
03:23:33  <harbhub>then i will work on my big project
03:23:40  <harbhub>which will need the private server
03:23:46  <kokotron>cool
03:23:58  <harbhub>sadly that one is secret (i entered an NDA.. i cant say what the project is) :(
03:24:13  <kokotron>eh it's all good
03:24:15  <kokotron>sounds awesome
03:24:30  <harbhub>glad you think so!
03:24:38  <harbhub>im super excited for all of this
03:24:45  <harbhub>i have the iphone app mostly ready
03:24:45  <kokotron>ever mess with websockets?
03:24:50  <harbhub>ya a bit
03:24:55  <harbhub>i like socket.io
03:25:01  <kokotron>fo sho
03:25:10  <harbhub>how about you?
03:25:17  <kokotron>just messin around, learning
03:25:18  <harbhub>whatcha all about kokotron?
03:25:22  <harbhub>sweet
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03:25:33  <kokotron>working on a chatroom as of late
03:25:36  <harbhub>tron reminds me of my friend lol
03:25:40  <kokotron>just a test project
03:25:41  <harbhub>cool
03:25:42  <kokotron>haha cool
03:25:52  <harbhub>do u know html?
03:25:55  <kokotron>yeah
03:25:59  <harbhub>css? jquery? js?
03:26:11  <kokotron>css, js, php, python
03:26:27  <harbhub>tru
03:26:32  <kokotron>i've been too stubborn to get into jquery
03:26:33  <harbhub>html css js
03:26:37  <harbhub>heh
03:26:41  <kokotron>which is foolish on my behalf
03:26:50  <harbhub>ya lol it is useful
03:26:56  <harbhub>it looks crazy weird at first glance
03:26:58  <harbhub>but really it isnt
03:27:10  <harbhub>the $ sign just stands for jquery
03:27:11  <harbhub>lol
03:27:21  <kokotron>i like picking through it's source though, lotta cool stuff in there
03:27:22  <harbhub>then you select and element
03:27:26  <harbhub>ya
03:27:30  <harbhub>its nice
03:27:36  <Init--WithStyle->I've got something really crazy going on with mongoDB right now..
03:27:41  <kokotron>whoever wrote that is a friggin genius
03:27:45  <Init--WithStyle->i'm putting a 2d array into it... 2000x500 dimensions
03:27:51  <kokotron>wow
03:28:00  <Init--WithStyle->and for some odd reason... on the y coordinate it won't put anything past line 386
03:28:09  <Init--WithStyle->my for loop is i 0 -> 500
03:28:14  <Init--WithStyle->but it only goes up to 386....
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03:28:21  <harbhub>send me the code
03:28:30  <harbhub>i'll test it on my machine
03:28:33  <kokotron>im gonna hit the hay, cya guys tomorrow
03:28:41  <harbhub>later koko
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03:29:00  <harbhub>gist me
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03:36:01  <coderarity>"gist me"
03:36:04  <coderarity>lol
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03:38:02  <harbhub>heh
03:38:08  <harbhub>i think i fit in here
03:38:28  <Init--WithStyle->coderarity: harbhub when I cut down the loop to only go through 500,000 items instead of 1,000,000 it didn't get cut off
03:38:39  <Init--WithStyle->Is this some sort of jitsu limiter? Could it be mongoDB?
03:38:51  <harbhub>sounds like it
03:38:57  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, you're gonna have to help me here
03:38:57  <kohai>Init has -50 beers
03:39:11  <Init--WithStyle->coderarity: I am reading in a 2d array of size 2000 x 500
03:39:20  <Init--WithStyle->it contains ints
03:39:24  <coderarity>you're storing THAT in mongodb?
03:39:31  <Init--WithStyle->sure
03:39:47  <Init--WithStyle->mongodb can have collections of billions of documents in size I heard..
03:39:49  <coderarity>that's like 4000000 bytes
03:39:59  <Init--WithStyle->not a big deal I thought?
03:40:06  <Init--WithStyle->It's the tile representation of my game world
03:40:14  <Init--WithStyle->2000 length by 2000 width of tiles
03:40:27  <coderarity>3.8 MB? it might be fine
03:40:30  <Init--WithStyle->well 2000 by 500 right now
03:41:00  <coderarity>idk, I don't store 3.8 MB docs ;P
03:41:13  <Init--WithStyle->the doc itself isn't 3.8 MB... the collection is, right?
03:41:22  <Init--WithStyle->each piece is a document correct?
03:41:24  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, can I see your code? maybe you can use the cursor better
03:41:25  <kohai>Init has -51 beers
03:41:46  <Init--WithStyle->http://pastebin.com/QqqKYunn
03:41:49  <Init--WithStyle->pushWorldToDB
03:41:58  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, yeah, so 2000 * 500 * 4 bytes per int = 3.8 MB
03:41:58  <kohai>Init has -52 beers
03:42:03  <coderarity>assuming I'm not really fail
03:42:09  <coderarity>kohai, stfu
03:42:16  <mmalecki>!stfu kohai
03:42:23  <mmalecki>hm
03:42:25  <mmalecki>kohai: ++
03:42:25  <kohai>I am Kohai, semi-useful communications-facilitating pseudointelligence!
03:42:26  <kohai>kohai has 14 beers
03:42:37  <mmalecki>there *was* a command
03:42:47  <Init--WithStyle->actually it might be a bit bigger coderarity since I am saving a loc [x,y] and a piece of elevation data (int)
03:43:42  <Init--WithStyle->hmm it seems that I can't get past a count of exactly 763825
03:43:53  <Init--WithStyle->when I reach that point now inserts don't seem to change anything..
03:43:58  <Init--WithStyle->Am I being limited by jitsu?
03:44:04  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, unlikes
03:44:05  <kohai>Init has -53 beers
03:44:09  <coderarity>unlikely*
03:44:40  <Init--WithStyle-> would be interested to figure out why my document count on my collection is being frozen to 763, 825 entries..
03:45:07  <coderarity>wait, document count?
03:45:25  <Init--WithStyle->did you take a look at the code?
03:45:37  <Init--WithStyle->i'm doing a mongo insert into my 'worldTiles' collection
03:45:41  <Init--WithStyle->each insert creates a document right?
03:45:50  <coderarity>oh, I get it a bit
03:46:09  <coderarity>you're storing an array in a collection
03:46:12  <Sly>Oh, awesome. V8 fails to compile with GDB JIT. -_-;
03:46:26  <coderarity>so you have 1000000 documents
03:46:38  <coderarity>i think mongodb can handle1 mil docs
03:46:47  * shamajoined
03:46:57  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, in any case, it's not jitsu, it's probably because you need to shard your databases to handle that many documents
03:46:59  <kohai>Init has -54 beers
03:47:15  <Init--WithStyle->coderarity: I have no clue how to "shard" the database lol
03:47:23  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, but I would suggest rethinking your storing method instead, storing 1 mil documents seems a little over the top
03:47:25  <kohai>Init has -55 beers
03:47:43  <Init--WithStyle->coderarity: each "document" is supposed to represent one position in the game world
03:47:48  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, it's the reason that MongoDB can handle stuff like this, check out http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/Sharding+Introduction
03:47:48  <Sly>../src/mark-compact.cc: In member function �void v8::internal::MarkCompactCollector::Prepare(v8::internal::GCTracer*)�:
03:47:48  <Sly>../src/mark-compact.cc:783:5: error: �compacting_collection_� was not declared in this scope
03:47:49  <kohai>Init has -56 beers
03:47:50  <mmalecki>you might be exceeding your plan
03:47:50  * Slygrowls.
03:47:54  <Init--WithStyle->in the future I would store the elevation of that tile... it's contained object... etc...
03:48:10  <mmalecki>Sly: I think jit gdb doesn't work since ages
03:48:12  <Init--WithStyle->mmalecki: how so?
03:48:25  <Sly>mmalecki, it's still in the build options.
03:48:32  <Sly>gdbjit=on
03:48:56  <mmalecki>Init--WithStyle-: how many megs is that?
03:48:57  <kohai>Init has -57 beers
03:48:58  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, i see
03:48:58  <kohai>Init has -58 beers
03:49:18  <Init--WithStyle->umm
03:49:21  <Init--WithStyle->well
03:49:41  <Init--WithStyle->763 825 "documents"..
03:49:42  <coderarity>12 bytes per document with just the data alone, times 1,000,000
03:49:47  <Init--WithStyle->each has a [x,y] and a int
03:50:00  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, it'd be 1,000,000 documents with 2000*500
03:50:01  <Init--WithStyle->the x,y would be 8 bytes right?
03:50:03  <kohai>Init has -59 beers
03:50:14  <Init--WithStyle->right if i wasn't being limited or bugged w/e
03:50:22  <mmalecki>I might be too drunk to calculate that, someone give me number of megs please
03:50:26  <coderarity>right
03:50:37  * Slydoesn't even know what's going on.
03:50:47  <Init--WithStyle->12 000 000 B
03:50:54  <coderarity>mmalecki, the wonder that is calculator programs :P
03:51:00  <Init--WithStyle->assuming i'm correct in saying one document is about 12 Bytes...
03:51:30  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, sounds right to me
03:51:31  <kohai>Init has -60 beers
03:51:45  <coderarity>Init ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
03:51:46  <kohai>Init has -59 beers
03:51:56  <Init--WithStyle->so 12 MB
03:52:13  <coderarity>nah, a little off
03:52:14  <Init--WithStyle->doesn't really seem to be a large amount of space..
03:52:27  <mmalecki>yeah, that should work with our plan
03:52:33  <coderarity>11.44
03:52:51  <Init--WithStyle->11.444091796875
03:52:57  <Init--WithStyle->so...
03:53:04  <Init--WithStyle->hmm
03:53:11  <coderarity>mmalecki, he's connecting to an external database, and mongodb does weird stuff so that you don't get documents you don't need assuming you do it right
03:53:15  <Init--WithStyle->but I can't seem to insert anything more right now
03:53:38  <Init--WithStyle->it's pretty much frozen at 763,825 right now
03:53:40  <coderarity>seems weird
03:54:06  <Init--WithStyle->Do i have some sort of other problem like.. key size or sharding size or namespace size or something?
03:54:23  <coderarity>inserting documents?
03:54:46  <Init--WithStyle->Mongohub reports a size of 48,884,816 and a storageSize of 61,108,224
03:55:03  <Init--WithStyle->with the avg ObjSize being 64.
03:55:06  <mmalecki>our plan is 64 MB btw
03:55:22  <Init--WithStyle->isn't 64 MB on the mongo DB a bit smallish?
03:55:40  <mmalecki>well, for free?
03:55:48  <mmalecki>not really
03:55:48  <Init--WithStyle->it also reports the total index size is 24,789,632 ... whatever that means
03:56:02  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, where is your mongodb running?
03:56:02  <mmalecki>oh, right, it needs space for its index
03:56:04  <kohai>Init has -60 beers
03:56:13  <coderarity>you mongodb isn't on nodejitsu, it's on some external service
03:56:14  <Init--WithStyle->coderarity: it's a jitsu DB
03:56:23  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, that's a sandbox mongohq
03:56:23  <kohai>Init has -61 beers
03:56:23  <Init--WithStyle->I could send you the addy
03:56:29  <Init--WithStyle->ah?
03:56:43  <coderarity>"Database comes with 64MB of storage. It's just to get you up and going."
03:56:54  <coderarity>so 64 MB, like mmalecki says
03:56:56  <Init--WithStyle->right
03:57:04  <coderarity>if you want more, sign up for a bigger planm
03:57:10  <Init--WithStyle->gotcha
03:57:13  <coderarity>at http://www.mongohq.com
03:57:23  <Init--WithStyle->then that must be the problem
03:57:33  <mmalecki>protip: get joyent plan if you want it to be epicly fast
03:57:33  <Init--WithStyle->gmail can gives 5 GB for free but mongoHQ gives 64 MB :(
03:58:00  <mmalecki>kind of expensive, but well
03:58:07  <Init--WithStyle->I wish that mongoHQ would throw some sort of console error or something to at least let me know whats going on
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03:58:34  <Init--WithStyle->I'll just cut the world size to 10% for development then
03:58:40  <Init--WithStyle->Thanks for helping me through guys :)
03:58:40  <coderarity>joyent is the bestest evar
03:59:02  <Init--WithStyle->joyent doesn't provide mongoDB instances though right?
03:59:07  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, what are you making, out of curiosity?
03:59:09  <kohai>Init has -62 beers
03:59:12  <Init--WithStyle->all of the ones used in jitsu are mongoHQ?
03:59:26  <coderarity>there's this http://wiki.joyent.com/display/jpc2/Joyent+MongoDB+SmartMachine
03:59:28  <Init--WithStyle->coderarity: a 2d tile RPG
03:59:49  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, are you storing the map in mongodb? it's like a tilemap or something?
03:59:49  <kohai>Init has -63 beers
03:59:55  <Init--WithStyle->yes
04:00:09  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, is this map a dynamic thing? like players can change it?
04:00:10  <kohai>Init has -64 beers
04:00:13  <Init--WithStyle->I will work with it on the server's RAM, but I need a permanent place to store it from time to time
04:00:24  <Init--WithStyle->won't hit the database directly, just for backing up
04:00:44  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, hmmm, I see, that's an interesting situation.
04:00:45  <kohai>Init has -65 beers
04:01:06  <Init--WithStyle->The game is multiplayer so I need space for players to play :)
04:01:08  <coderarity>large amounts of data for backup from time-to-time
04:01:17  <Init--WithStyle->right
04:01:31  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, maybe you'll find redis a better match? just a suggestion, maybe worth checking out,
04:01:33  <kohai>Init has -66 beers
04:01:40  <Init--WithStyle->Redis is more for dynamic stuff though?
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04:02:02  <coderarity>you may have to scale your game to more than one server
04:02:13  <coderarity>and in case you do, redis would be a better match, since it stores things in RAM
04:02:29  <coderarity>redis stores things in RAM and backs it up occasionally, which is essentially what you're doing
04:02:35  <coderarity>but it's more scalable
04:02:40  <Init--WithStyle->redis is a database server like mongo right?
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04:04:00  <coderarity>a bit
04:04:15  <coderarity>like i said, it stores it in RAM and then backs it up occasionally
04:04:26  <coderarity>mongodb doesn't do that AFAIK
04:04:35  <coderarity>it's a lot faster for games, afaik
04:04:44  <coderarity>then again you should research it and make sure
04:05:01  <Init--WithStyle->yes looks like redis is about 2x write / 3x read compared to mongodb
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04:05:08  <Init--WithStyle->jitsu has some redis interoperability?
04:05:44  <coderarity>yep
04:06:04  <Init--WithStyle->cool, just spooled one up
04:06:09  <Init--WithStyle->any recommendation for a redis driver?
04:06:28  <coderarity>https://github.com/mranney/node_redis is pretty straightforward
04:06:33  <coderarity>it's not a really complicated thing
04:06:38  <Init--WithStyle->great
04:06:43  <Init--WithStyle->gonna NPM that in and get going
04:06:56  <Init--WithStyle->similar storage space restrictions as the mongoDB?
04:07:25  <coderarity>you can't use hiredis with nodejitsu, so you have to edit 'node_modules/redis/package.json` and remove the hiredis dependency and then add "bundleDependencies": ["redis"] to your app's package.json
04:07:42  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, it's redistogo
04:07:42  <kohai>Init has -67 beers
04:08:07  <coderarity>oooh, 5 MB on redis
04:08:10  <coderarity>ouch
04:08:32  <coderarity>http://redistogo.com/ is fairly cheap though
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04:08:35  <Init--WithStyle->coderarity: yea I ran into bundleDependencies aggrevation awhile back
04:08:50  <Init--WithStyle->had to redo the structure of my app to allow for a npm pack to work correctly
04:09:19  <Init--WithStyle->memory is not cheap on those things..
04:09:57  <Init--WithStyle->RAM isn't that expensive o_O
04:10:35  <mmalecki>I mean, get a paid plan if you need more storage?
04:10:58  <Init--WithStyle->sure
04:11:04  <Init--WithStyle->i'm just saying :)
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04:44:35  <harbhub>mmalecki: the dns still hasnt resolved
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04:45:48  <mmalecki>harbhub: http://just-dnslookup.com/index.php?vh=harbhub.com&c=&s=dns+lookup%21
04:46:02  <mmalecki>harbhub: doesn't look like it's resolving anywhere
04:46:17  <mmalecki>you sure you saved it and entered A records?
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04:55:01  <harbhub>sorry had to take a call
04:55:38  <harbhub>i used registryrocket
04:55:43  <harbhub>and set all the a name
04:55:47  <harbhub>to the ip addresses
04:55:57  <harbhub>and used the hostname: harbhub.com
05:03:34  <harbhub>i'm a sad panda
05:06:10  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: it definitely looks like a dns config issue on your end, I tried running `host harbhub.com` and didn't see anything (much less any of our ip addresses)
05:07:11  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: one suggestion: You may have to wait for DNS propogation, especially if you just bought harbhub.com
05:07:29  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: another is to make sure the nameservers are set properly
05:07:32  <deoxxa>harbhub: check to make sure there's no "cloaking" services or anything enabled - i've been bitten by that more than once
05:07:36  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: cause, like, there are two steps y'know?
05:07:59  <harbhub>nameserveres set to whom?
05:08:20  <harbhub>i just used registry rocket's default
05:08:30  <harbhub>in order to change the a names it made me
05:08:32  <harbhub>o.0
05:09:34  <harbhub>i just changed the nameservers
05:09:56  <harbhub>to the default, therefore it might be propagating like you said
05:10:40  <harbhub>jesusabdullah: what does 'host harbhub.com' do exactly? i dont seem to have that command in my terminal
05:11:20  <coderarity>harbhub, you don't have `host`? what system are you on?
05:11:45  <coderarity>harbhub, you can just use the list at http://dns.jit.su/ tho
05:12:04  <coderarity>wait, what? nvm, listen to jesusabdullah
05:12:14  <harbhub>mac 10.7.4
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05:12:34  <harbhub>i contacted host gator
05:12:42  <coderarity>macs should come with `host`… maybe you don't have Xcode developer tools installed?
05:12:44  <harbhub>they said it should take 24 to 48 horus usually
05:12:48  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: it hits the dns server
05:12:49  <harbhub>for nameserver propa
05:12:59  <harbhub>i have xcode dev tools
05:13:01  <coderarity>there this weird Xcode command line tools thing to install
05:13:11  <coderarity>in help->downloads or something like that
05:13:21  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: and pulls down the list of ip addresses that url resolves to
05:13:32  <harbhub>oh
05:13:34  <harbhub>so it works
05:13:36  <harbhub>it just shows nothing
05:13:45  <harbhub>yep
05:13:50  <harbhub>tried it for google.com
05:13:52  <harbhub>got the info
05:13:52  <jesusabdullah>type "host jesusabdullah.net"
05:13:56  <harbhub>thanks for the tip
05:14:00  <jesusabdullah>that's what you need harbhub.com to look like
05:14:07  <harbhub>gotcha
05:14:51  <harbhub>hey jesus
05:14:55  <harbhub>wanna know how i know your smart?
05:15:06  <harbhub>cuz i went to your site and saw something about matlab
05:15:08  <harbhub>:
05:15:09  <harbhub>:)
05:15:11  <jesusabdullah>hah
05:15:22  <jesusabdullah>I was a mechanical engineering grad student in a past life
05:15:31  <jesusabdullah>my thesis is on github
05:15:36  <jesusabdullah>!gh jesusabdullah/anisotropy
05:15:39  <kohai>jesusabdullah, https://github.com/jesusabdullah/anisotropy
05:15:59  <harbhub>im a civil engineering bachelor student
05:16:02  <jesusabdullah>my greatest achievement in the field of engineering
05:16:04  <harbhub>graduate this december
05:16:04  <jesusabdullah>word
05:16:15  <harbhub>ill check out your thesis in a sec
05:16:18  <jesusabdullah>so you'll probably be able to understand a good chunk of my thesis
05:16:26  <jesusabdullah>especially if you know your heat transfer
05:16:38  <harbhub>heat transfer...
05:16:40  <harbhub>so easy
05:16:45  <harbhub>i took partial diff
05:16:54  <harbhub>we used software for 3d heat transfer
05:16:59  <jesusabdullah>in one dimension at steady state, maybe
05:17:01  <jesusabdullah>trololo
05:17:05  <harbhub>we set stuff to 0 for insulated
05:17:07  <harbhub>lol
05:17:13  <harbhub>heh 1d
05:17:18  <harbhub>i should understand it
05:17:34  <harbhub>my partial diff teacher was on crack though
05:17:45  <harbhub>3d heat transfer is close to insane
05:17:49  <jesusabdullah>indeed
05:18:07  <jesusabdullah>but more tolerable than fluid flow
05:18:22  <harbhub>what do you do?
05:18:39  <harbhub>i knew you were smart, but now i know know
05:18:53  <harbhub>yes, two knows
05:18:54  <harbhub>heh
05:19:09  <coderarity>woah
05:19:44  <harbhub>what i love about your abstract
05:19:55  <harbhub>is that i can already tell you know way more about what you are talking about than i do
05:19:57  <harbhub>:)
05:20:30  <harbhub>i got sick-nasty at designing and analyzing reinforced concrete columns
05:20:33  <harbhub>and wrote about it
05:20:45  <harbhub>i think i know sort of how that feels to really know something
05:20:58  <jesusabdullah>When you write a thesis, you have an entire commitee making sure you don't sound like an idiot
05:21:58  <harbhub>snow stores and releases energy...
05:22:00  <harbhub>what?
05:22:02  <harbhub>hehe
05:22:03  <jesusabdullah>also, gotta love material mechanics
05:22:26  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: the same way that any material can absorb heat and radiate it later
05:22:27  <harbhub>love mechanics of materials
05:22:32  <jesusabdullah>yeah me too
05:22:33  <harbhub>ya but
05:22:38  <harbhub>the snow is colder
05:22:41  <harbhub>than its surroundings
05:22:44  <jesusabdullah>is it?
05:22:45  <harbhub>so how does it release
05:22:54  <harbhub>yeah man, its snow :)
05:22:56  <harbhub>burr
05:23:00  <jesusabdullah>ah but air can be cold too
05:23:03  <jesusabdullah>and soil can be frozen
05:23:06  <harbhub>colder?
05:23:10  <jesusabdullah>indeed
05:23:16  <harbhub>they have to have less heat than snow
05:23:23  <harbhub>or else snow absorbs the heat o.0
05:23:30  <harbhub>hmm
05:23:33  <harbhub>colder than snow
05:23:34  <jesusabdullah>on a "hot" winter day, the snow gets direct sunlight on it and heats up
05:23:39  <jesusabdullah>and then a cold wind comes in
05:23:43  <jesusabdullah>a cold, frigid wind
05:23:43  <harbhub>that should be my montra
05:23:52  <harbhub>"Harbach: Colder than snow"
05:23:56  <jesusabdullah>hah
05:24:01  <harbhub>copyright
05:24:02  <harbhub>hehe
05:24:20  <harbhub>ok fine so i'll bite
05:24:24  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC99JhQq-3w
05:24:27  <harbhub>youve got this freezing (lliterally) snow
05:24:44  <harbhub>being touched by colder stuff
05:24:50  <jesusabdullah>or warmer
05:24:59  <harbhub>Cold as ice
05:25:01  <jesusabdullah>just has to be a few degrees
05:25:12  <harbhub>"Harbach: Cold as -1 Kelvin"
05:25:25  <jesusabdullah>now that's cold
05:25:30  <jesusabdullah>colder than LN
05:25:35  <harbhub>inexplicitly cold
05:25:43  <jesusabdullah>colder than possible actually but we can ignore that for the moment
05:25:44  <harbhub>LN?
05:25:47  <harbhub>natural log?
05:25:47  <jesusabdullah>liquid nitrogen
05:25:52  <harbhub>o.0
05:25:59  <harbhub>how do they make that?
05:26:02  <jesusabdullah>ah
05:26:04  <harbhub>i always wondered
05:26:08  <harbhub>how do we make stuff so cold
05:26:12  <jesusabdullah>a multi-stage freezer apparatus
05:26:13  <harbhub>how do we make stuff so hot
05:26:24  <jesusabdullah>do you know how a refrigerator works?
05:26:24  <harbhub>high pressure low temp?
05:26:28  <harbhub>no
05:26:29  <harbhub>how
05:26:31  <jesusabdullah>ah
05:26:50  <harbhub>cold....as.....ICE....YOURE COLD AS ICE to meeee
05:27:01  <harbhub>cold as a fridge
05:27:11  <jesusabdullah>Have you ever worked with a propane torch?
05:27:15  <harbhub>no
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05:27:18  <jesusabdullah>or noticed a propane bottle getting cold in general?
05:27:22  <harbhub>where are you from?
05:27:26  <harbhub>move to miami, fl
05:27:29  <harbhub>and hang out with me
05:27:33  <harbhub>nope
05:27:39  <harbhub>nvr been around propane
05:27:42  <jesusabdullah>hmm
05:27:53  <harbhub>are you in this channel a lot?
05:28:02  <harbhub>are you a nodejitsu employee?
05:28:07  <jesusabdullah>well basically, what happens is that temperature and pressure are linked, so you can change the temperature of something just by changing the pressure
05:28:10  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: sure am
05:28:14  <harbhub>ok
05:28:17  <harbhub>cuz its getting late
05:28:22  <jesusabdullah>sure
05:28:26  <harbhub>too late for me to function lol
05:28:32  <harbhub>temp and press linked
05:28:32  <harbhub>yes
05:28:34  <harbhub>i agree
05:28:38  <harbhub>i know about boilers
05:28:43  <harbhub>like for distilling water
05:28:48  <jesusabdullah>long story short, a heat pump (like what's in your fridge) is a heat engine running in reverse
05:28:49  <harbhub>you have stages
05:28:51  <harbhub>multi stage
05:28:53  <harbhub>and basically
05:29:02  <harbhub>each stage has higher temp and lower press
05:29:03  <jesusabdullah>that uses pressure and temp changes to pull heat from one area and then dump it to another
05:29:12  <harbhub>so that the liquid water gets hotter in each chamber
05:29:18  <jesusabdullah>yup, and you do that in reverse to make it colder
05:29:19  <harbhub>then at the last once it evaporates
05:29:26  <harbhub>and then they condense it
05:29:29  <jesusabdullah>yup
05:29:34  <harbhub>on a coil or whatever you wanna condense on
05:29:37  <jesusabdullah>heat pump = heat engine in reverse
05:29:39  <harbhub>then you have water
05:29:43  <harbhub>heat pump
05:29:44  <harbhub>?
05:29:48  <harbhub>heat engine?
05:29:51  <harbhub>what are those
05:30:03  <harbhub>yes im serious
05:30:20  <harbhub>heat pump like a heater?
05:30:28  <harbhub>clearly its too late for my brain lol
05:30:34  <jesusabdullah>a heat engine is like, a car engine, or a steam power plant
05:30:59  <jesusabdullah>where you use heat to cause expansion and contraction in a gas, and then use that expansion/contraction to drive a turbine or piston
05:31:39  <harbhub>what is a jesus abdullah?
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05:31:46  <jesusabdullah>so you run that in reverse, and you use a turbine or piston (like an air compressor) to cause expansion and contraction and move heat from a cold area to a warm one
05:31:47  <harbhub>like jesus mind?
05:31:59  <jesusabdullah>"Hay-suess Abdullah"
05:32:03  <jesusabdullah>and total nonsense
05:32:24  <harbhub>what do you do for a living?
05:32:38  <jesusabdullah>I run nodejitsu's support
05:32:42  <harbhub>oh
05:32:44  <harbhub>sweet
05:32:53  <jesusabdullah>yup
05:33:04  <harbhub>i wanna work with node jitsu
05:33:11  <harbhub>i fit in
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05:33:14  <jesusabdullah>that reminds me btw: You ever notice how an air compressor gets hot when you run it?
05:33:26  <harbhub>nope never noticed that
05:33:30  <jesusabdullah>well they do
05:33:36  <jesusabdullah>cause of all that compressing
05:33:41  <harbhub>well yea
05:33:41  <jesusabdullah>good ol' thermodynamics
05:33:44  <harbhub>actually i do notice
05:33:48  <coderarity>jesusabdullah, yes
05:33:51  <jesusabdullah>Yeah, that's why they have radiating fins
05:33:52  <harbhub>the back of the fridge is hot air vent
05:34:05  <coderarity>jesusabdullah, it gets REALLY hot
05:34:25  <harbhub>i get it now
05:34:28  <harbhub>all you guys with @
05:34:34  <jesusabdullah>coderarity: you can increase the efficiency of your air compressor by breaking it up into stages with intercoolers in between
05:34:35  <harbhub>are with node jitsu team
05:34:48  <harbhub>multi stage
05:34:49  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: and some with +'s as well
05:34:50  <harbhub>i love it
05:35:03  <jesusabdullah>"yo dawg I heard you like turbochargers
05:35:04  <harbhub>well hire me when u guys get a chance
05:35:20  <jesusabdullah>so I got you a turbo for a turbo so you can increase your turbo's perf while you increase your engine's perf"
05:35:26  <harbhub>lol i heard you like superchargers
05:35:36  <coderarity>harbhub, nah, there's some people who aren't @'d
05:35:49  <harbhub>why are they scared?
05:35:52  <coderarity>mostly just devops and support are @'d
05:36:02  <coderarity>harbhub, i think it's just because they don't need it, idk tho
05:36:11  <harbhub>sounds like fear to me heh
05:36:15  <jesusabdullah>scared?
05:36:24  <jesusabdullah>oh, yeah, like
05:36:24  <harbhub>well i wanna work for/with u guys
05:36:32  <harbhub>cuz ur awesome and i love node
05:36:39  <coderarity>harbhub, node loves you.
05:36:43  <harbhub>:)
05:36:47  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: We have a lot of open source code, if you have the time and interest to get involved we encourage it
05:37:14  <jesusabdullah>harbhub: it looks good if/when we look for hires as well, we tend to pull from the pool of our open source contributors
05:37:16  <harbhub>well when i graduate in december
05:37:18  <harbhub>u guys should hire me
05:37:33  <coderarity>harbhub, you doing computer science?
05:37:39  <harbhub>civil engineering
05:37:43  <coderarity>harbhub, oh, right
05:37:56  <coderarity>harbhub, i once knew an entire family of civil engineers ;P
05:37:57  <harbhub>didnt know i loved comp science until a couple months ago
05:38:10  <coderarity>harbhub, happens to a lot of people :O
05:38:18  <harbhub>it took me less than two months to learn node, socketio, html, css, and javascript
05:38:21  <harbhub>and basic jquery
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05:38:31  <harbhub>but i will be jquery pro soon
05:38:40  <coderarity>harbhub, welcome to the club of fast learners
05:38:43  <harbhub>civil is fun
05:38:43  <coderarity>harbhub, we have cookies
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05:38:52  <harbhub>can i has cookie?
05:38:54  <harbhub>lol
05:39:00  * coderaritygives harbhub a cookie
05:39:10  <harbhub>munch munch nom nom nom
05:39:13  <harbhub>yum
05:39:15  <harbhub>lol
05:39:21  <jesusabdullah>harbhub++
05:39:22  <kohai>harbhub has 1 beer
05:39:36  <harbhub>drink drink chug
05:39:38  <harbhub>yum
05:39:44  <harbhub>harb has 0 beer
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05:40:31  <harbhub>if i make a really awesome iphone app, or a really awesome website, or both
05:40:39  <harbhub>u guys should hire me
05:40:51  <harbhub>*then
05:41:21  <harbhub>gonna sleep
05:41:26  <harbhub>later guys
05:41:32  <harbhub>really enjoy the channel
05:41:42  <harbhub>ttyl peace
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06:17:02  <lpin>morning
06:17:09  <coderarity>lpin, hail
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07:19:59  <yawn>yo sup
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07:49:22  <nlognbob>I'm getting this when I deploy: Assertion failed: knp->data_type == KSTAT_DATA_INT32, file ../deps/uv/src/unix/sunos.c, line 349
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07:50:04  <mmalecki>nlognbob: stop using cluster, please :)
07:50:13  <mmalecki>also, this is caused by os.cpus() call
07:50:21  <mmalecki>so remove it and you'll be fine
07:50:23  <yawn>does someone still use cluster?
07:50:29  <nlognbob>actually, I do call os.cpus(). no cluster though
07:50:39  <nlognbob>i'll take out.
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07:50:53  <nlognbob>anything else? I just like to log the environment when I start
07:51:14  <mmalecki>nope, that's it
07:51:28  <mmalecki>also, it'll be fixed in next node release
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07:53:33  <nlognbob>so I assume cluster is not recommended?
07:53:40  <mmalecki>nope
07:53:55  <nlognbob>ok, deploy worked, thanks!
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09:19:22  <geraldyeo>hi, can anyone help me with a problem with deploying an app using redis?
09:19:31  <mmalecki>sure, what's up?
09:19:58  <geraldyeo>my logs are showing this> https://gist.github.com/3434524
09:20:29  <mmalecki>yup, hiredis doesn't compile under smartos correctly
09:20:35  <geraldyeo>this is my package https://gist.github.com/3399996
09:20:43  <mmalecki>okay, so, a way to fix it
09:20:50  <mmalecki>go to node_modules/redis
09:20:53  <mmalecki>open package.json
09:20:58  <mmalecki>remove hiredis dependency
09:21:14  <mmalecki>and add "redis" to bundleDependencies of your package.json
09:23:01  <geraldyeo>ok, how about optionalDependencies part in the json?
09:23:44  <mmalecki>compilation actually succeeds, but loading it fails due to linking problem
09:23:53  <mmalecki>oh, yeah, remove optionalDependencies
09:24:10  <mmalecki>the "hiredis" part, I mean
09:24:52  <geraldyeo>ok, and jitsu deploy again?
09:24:57  <mmalecki>yeah
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09:28:57  <geraldyeo>thanks Maciej, that cleared the error
09:29:15  <mmalecki>awesome :)
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11:06:51  <thomasfr>mmalecki: I just had the same issue with redis / hiredis. THis fixed it. But i came across another issue. When i 'jitsu databases create redis foo', the example code for creating a redis client is wrong. The host and port arguments are interchanged
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11:08:14  <mmalecki>thomasfr: oh, interesing
11:08:30  <mmalecki>can you open an issue on nodejitsu/jitsu? I'll look into it later, epicly busy now
11:09:25  <thomasfr>no prob. Just wanted to say
11:10:41  <mmalecki>thanks <3 :)
11:10:49  <thomasfr>here is the gist i get from the jitsu cli https://gist.github.com/3435622. I will file an issue
11:10:58  <thomasfr><3 back
11:11:02  <thomasfr>;)
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11:12:15  <lpin>thomasfr i use https://github.com/ddollar/redis-url
11:13:12  <thomasfr>lpin: thanks for the hint.
11:13:37  <lpin>np
11:14:30  <thomasfr>I think the issue with hiredis on smartos is already filed? Who has to fix this? hiredis or smartos or nodejitsu?
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11:15:49  <lpin>https://github.com/mranney/node_redis/pull/242 i think hired is will be dropped soon
11:15:54  <mmalecki>yeah, it'll
11:16:05  <mmalecki>also, it's hiredis issue, unfortunately
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11:24:12  <thomasfr>ah i see. Great news. Hopefully we get the js impl. soon
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11:28:57  <mmalecki>thomasfr: trying to make that happen asap :)
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11:33:06  <thomasfr>just playin around the first time with nodejitsu so is it possible to increase the used instances for my app manually. With cloundfoundry i would do something like 'vmc appname instances 4' for example.
11:33:17  <thomasfr>mmalecki: cool
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11:55:45  <mmalecki>thomasfr: nope, we'll introduce that after billing
11:55:55  <mmalecki>does your app need it?
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12:10:15  <thomasfr>mmalecki: ah ok. when do you think will you start billed service?
12:11:15  <thomasfr>mmalecki: No. Actually it does need it. Just wanted to play around and test that, since this is what i also did on cloudfoundry
12:12:00  <mmalecki>thomasfr: very soon
12:12:07  <mmalecki>matter of days
12:13:10  <thomasfr>nice
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12:51:40  <thomasfr>What is the suggested way of staging ones application when using nodejitsu? Local Haibu for testing and development? Second nodejitsu host for testing and development snapshots?
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12:55:42  <thomasfr>answer to my own question https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/issues/292
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12:56:32  <marciopuga>anyone alive?
12:57:20  <marciopuga>hello?
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13:16:13  <thomasfr>marciopuga: hello!
13:16:38  <marciopuga>thomasfr: hey!
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13:30:17  <onsela>Hi all
13:37:09  <coderarity>onsela, hi
13:37:18  <coderarity>marciopuga, sup?
13:37:54  <onsela>hi code rarity. is it possible to get some help from you experts on a problem?
13:38:09  <coderarity>onsela, yeah, what's your problem?
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13:38:53  <onsela>My nodejistu app stops responding after a while and there no entries in the app log. Also no errors.
13:39:04  <onsela>It works local w/o problems
13:39:11  <onsela>where should I check, any ideas?
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13:40:39  <coderarity>onsela, what's your username/app name? also, what do you mean by "stops responding", ECONNREFUSED?
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13:44:00  <onsela>let me check
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13:45:30  <onsela>I got ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE with Chrome. I am checking from the server side now.
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13:59:51  <marciopuga>coderarity: just came here to say that This is now has just hit 1 million visits in 3 weeks. Thanks everyone for the love.
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14:00:10  <coderarity>marciopuga, :O sweeeeet
14:00:21  <coderarity>marciopuga, I'll make sure people know :D
14:00:21  <marciopuga>so fucking awesome man!!
14:00:34  <marciopuga>not just now.jit.su
14:00:38  <marciopuga>all the pages together
14:00:41  <marciopuga>hit 1mi
14:00:42  <coderarity>right
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14:01:15  <coderarity>onsela, if i get a username/app name i'll give it a look
14:02:07  <onsela>code rarity, app name is wordjin and just now it stopped responding again. I get an empty response.
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14:03:27  <onsela>code rarity, I saw an error in the logs now. I didn't see it before. I think it's something to do with session which I disabled in my previous deployment
14:04:18  <coderarity>onsela, well, we get throttled by loggly, so a lot of the times logs don't go through later in the day
14:04:25  <coderarity>onsela, we're working on fixing it
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14:22:15  <onsela>coderarity, thank you
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14:22:49  <joemccann>hey jitsu folks
14:23:00  <joemccann>how can i point http://photopipe.jit.su
14:23:01  <joemccann>to
14:23:05  <joemccann>http://photopi.pe
14:23:17  <joemccann>i'm getting a 404 from nodejitsu on photopi.pe
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14:24:13  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/resourceful/compare/877562645d18...968e9eed4a86
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14:24:25  <coderarity>joemccann, http://dns.jit.su
14:24:55  <coderarity>the build was created broken, no one broke it
14:25:09  <joemccann>ahh
14:25:11  <joemccann>gotta add the "domains": [
14:25:12  <joemccann> "jesusabdullah.net",
14:25:13  <joemccann> "www.jesusabdullah.net"
14:25:14  <joemccann> ],
14:25:15  <joemccann>piece
14:25:16  <coderarity>yes
14:25:20  <coderarity>yes indeed
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14:25:49  <coderarity>onsela, my guess? you're out of memory or something
14:25:56  <coderarity>onsela, it's REALLY slow
14:26:14  <coderarity>lemme see
14:26:57  <onsela>code rarity, I gave up using sessions and memory store completely and there are a few mongo db queries
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14:27:39  <onsela>coderarity, so I don't know why it's slow…
14:27:51  <joemccann>yup, works now
14:27:58  <joemccann>shit is magical
14:28:00  <coderarity>joemccann, \o/
14:28:08  <coderarity>onsela, hmm
14:28:11  <joemccann>add a domains array to my package.json and now the cname shit works
14:28:13  <joemccann>amazeballs
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14:28:52  <coderarity>memory seems to be fine, might just be my internet slow
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14:30:26  <coderarity>onsela, woah, looks like a zombie was created
14:31:51  <onsela>coderarity, so what's a zombie? what should I do?
14:32:03  <coderarity>onsela, I'm not sure yet, you're listening on port 3000, right?
14:32:17  <onsela>yes that's right
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14:38:42  <onsela>coderarity, I would say that it hangs on a callback but it doesn't happen on my dev box
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14:41:05  <tiloso>hi everyone! I got an error trying to deploy an app. Copied the output to the following gist: https://gist.github.com/3437238
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14:42:17  <tiloso>do you have any suggestions how to solve the issue?
14:43:14  <coderarity>tiloso, try deploying again
14:45:11  <coderarity>tiloso, also, you shouldn't use hiredis with nodejitsu atm, so you need to remove the hiredis dependency from node_modules/redis/package.json and add "bundleDependencies": ["redis"] to your app's package.json
14:45:42  <deoxxa>why does hiredis break?
14:46:12  <coderarity>mmalecki, ^ ?
14:48:09  <tiloso>thanks for the hint. I'll try it without hiredis
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14:51:07  <coderarity>onsela, what's happening is your app is somehow getting started but haibu is losing track of it
14:51:21  <coderarity>onsela, but your app won't respond to any requests
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14:51:41  <coderarity>onsela, about why your app won't respond to requests, I'm not sure
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14:54:55  <tiloso>works fine now! your support is awesome!
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14:55:49  <coderarity>tiloso, sweeet
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15:28:09  <BennyP101>Hey all, Im having some trouble deploying a derbyjs app. I've created a very basic app using 'derby new application', which creates all the files and runs locally just fine. When I try and deploy though, I get the following https://gist.github.com/3437730
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15:31:10  <yawn>it looks like the server is out of memory
15:31:34  <yawn>have you tried re-deploying?
15:32:52  <BennyP101>Im just trying again now, its hanging at info: Starting app application currently
15:33:38  <yawn>you'll have to wait for some devops then, i guess
15:34:27  <BennyP101>ok cool, thanks
15:34:32  <yawn>they should be online pretty soon :)
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15:53:42  <BennyP101>Hmm, interestingly, even though it says nodejitsu not ok, the app IS actually up and running...
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16:00:54  * mmaleckitopic: Nodejitsu - Host applications. Keep them up. | Cloud Status: All systems go. | Please update your `jitsu` to 0.9.7.
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16:28:58  <onsela>coderarity, I found the problem. It's because of a loop that never ends. Sorry to steal your time. Thank you again.
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17:08:28  <joemccann>hey guys
17:08:31  <joemccann>quick questin
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17:08:51  <joemccann>i want to be able to add a config.json file to my nodejitsu app
17:08:52  <joemccann>but
17:08:58  <joemccann>i have it ignored in my gitignore file
17:09:09  <joemccann>typically I'd SSH into a box and create it there
17:09:12  <joemccann>so
17:09:16  <joemccann>how do i do that with nodejitsu
17:09:17  <joemccann>?
17:09:36  <blakmatrix>joemccann: you have to temporarily remove it when you deploy
17:09:38  <joemccann>i don't want to put the config file in git because it has tokens, creeds, etc
17:09:50  <blakmatrix>either that
17:09:52  <joemccann>no, but it needs to be there
17:09:56  <joemccann>for the app to run
17:09:58  <blakmatrix>or use enviroment variables
17:09:59  <joemccann>the difference is
17:10:02  <joemccann>i don't want it in source control
17:11:09  <blakmatrix>joemccann: I'm sying temporarily edit your .gitignore file, comment out the exclusion for your package.json, deploy, then revert the gitignore file
17:12:44  <blakmatrix>either that or use jitsu enviroment varuables with `jitsu env set key value` https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook#environment-variable-management
17:14:34  <joemccann>hmm
17:14:34  <joemccann>ok
17:15:25  <joemccann>not sure how the env vars help me hre
17:17:20  <blakmatrix>joemccann: the other thing you could do is pull your config script from somewhere
17:17:48  <joemccann>what do you mean
17:17:51  <blakmatrix>eithewr on preinstall or post install, before your app is executed
17:18:14  <joemccann>pull it from where
17:18:21  <joemccann>sitting on a server somewhere?
17:18:24  <blakmatrix>well basically you'd *download* it from somewhere
17:18:30  <joemccann>seems like a bad idea
17:18:42  <joemccann>then you have credentials sitting on a server somewhere
17:19:16  <blakmatrix>could use some sort of authentication
17:20:00  <blakmatrix>but then you still have to auth it in the start up script
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17:20:03  <blakmatrix>hmmm
17:20:48  <blakmatrix>how many items do you have to configure your app that you want to keep * secret*
17:21:43  <joemccann>have a look at this
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17:21:49  <joemccann>github.com/joemccann/photopipe
17:21:54  <joemccann>in the plugins dir
17:22:03  <joemccann>one would create a foo-config.json
17:22:07  <joemccann>where in that config
17:22:21  <joemccann>is say an oath client id, etec
17:22:24  <joemccann>the idea is
17:22:32  <joemccann>if you want to use fb or instagram or wahtever
17:22:39  <joemccann>you create your OWN config and drop it in to that dir
17:22:42  <joemccann>and then it works
17:23:01  <joemccann>parking it in source control is a bad idea to begin with but in addition to that, it may confuse folks
17:24:00  <joemccann> make sense
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17:28:01  <blakmatrix>joemccann: its good to have a templated config file though if your gonna do that, or instructions in the readme, I dunno about me but it takes time reading the code to try and format the config file right.
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17:28:36  <yawn>hai
17:28:49  <joemccann>in this case, you simply replace what is in the template config with your stuff from the registered app, say, with instagram for example
17:29:04  <joemccann>but
17:29:15  <joemccann>it needs to pushed in the deploy but NOT in source control
17:30:26  <blakmatrix>how many things do you have because it wont take too much to set up enviroment variables, infact you could do a fail over, if the env variables dont exist you look for the config file
17:34:12  <blakmatrix>access it through process.env.ENV_VARIABLE or if your using express(app.settings.env) or nconf (`nconf.env();/*to load*/nconf.get('ENV_VARIABLE');` )
17:36:49  <joemccann>the env option doesn't scale
17:36:50  <joemccann>because
17:37:08  <joemccann>if you add fb, twitter, linked in, dropbox, 500px, instagram, box.net, etc
17:37:13  <joemccann>config files make it easier
17:37:40  <joemccann>i'm writing a method now that pulls the file from a public dropbox link and writes it to the proper path
17:37:52  <joemccann>it only needs to live there once
17:37:59  <joemccann>so once it fetches it the first time and writes to disk
17:38:03  <joemccann>i can remove it from dropbox
17:38:08  <joemccann>it's a hack but way more scalable
17:38:18  <blakmatrix>config files dont scale either you still will have to reload them when you make changes the same as enviroment variables
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17:39:39  <blakmatrix>you could also do this at runtime
17:40:38  <blakmatrix>have an endpoint you can access once the webserver is up and modify them at runtime
17:40:50  <joemccann>the point of config file is it doesn't change for something like photopi.pe
17:40:56  <joemccann>you create an app with instagram
17:41:07  <joemccann>get the client id, client secret and set your oauth url and u are done
17:41:18  <joemccann>same with other oauth providers
17:41:49  <joemccann>if you do it in the app
17:41:51  <joemccann>such as express
17:41:54  <joemccann>app.settings.env
17:42:08  <joemccann>you still are checking into source control info you don't want publicly exposes
17:42:11  <joemccann>exposed
17:42:30  <joemccann>if i do app.set('instagram-client-key', 'asdj3498jdvnk;asdf')
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17:42:39  <joemccann>then anyone that uses the repo has my client-key
17:42:46  <joemccann>otherwise
17:43:17  <joemccann>on command line you end up with and incredibly long command given N number of configs
17:43:22  <joemccann>the easiest solution
17:43:25  <joemccann>is a config.json
17:43:31  <joemccann>per oauth provider
17:43:40  <joemccann>but you just create them on the machines one time
17:43:50  <joemccann>the delta here is i can't SSH into my nodejitsu instance
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17:48:37  <blakmatrix>I dont think its too much trouble to run `jitsu env set instagram-client-key asdj3498jdvnkasdf`
17:49:06  <blakmatrix>it's how i've done it when i didnt want to bother fiddling with my config.json or do a runtime change
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17:51:36  <joemccann>yeah but then it becomes
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17:52:37  <joemccann>jitsu env set instagram-client-key asdj3498jdvnkasdf instagram-client-secret asdj3498jdvnkasa instagram-oauth-url foo.com/bar fb-client-key adsfkljadfa fb-client-secret adsfdadasdasf fb-oauth-url foo.com/badfa …….. N number of oauth providers
17:52:55  <joemccann>to me, it just seems verbose and very error prone
17:53:01  <joemccann>to each their own i suppose
17:56:12  <blakmatrix>if you absolutely must do ssh or something like that, according to one of our support folks you can expose the "repl module over an http stream and connect with curl -sSNT."
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17:57:22  <blakmatrix>https://gist.github.com/2937794
17:57:41  <blakmatrix>https://gist.github.com/2053342
17:57:48  <joemccann>whoa gnarly
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17:59:50  <blakmatrix>yeah
18:00:15  <blakmatrix>cool considering its all javascript
18:00:26  <blakmatrix>but still uncharted territory
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18:10:13  <blakmatrix>joemccann: some one mentioned that a blank .npmignore file might overwrite the gitignore file and allow you to deploy the config file
18:10:31  <joemccann>???
18:10:52  <AvianFlu>joemccann: npm reads your .npmignore first, and the .gitignore if it isn't there
18:10:59  <AvianFlu>jitsu uses npm, so the same still applies
18:11:11  <AvianFlu>well, we use one of npm's deps, but it's the same idea
18:14:26  <joemccann>so if i include the config files to be ignored in .gitignore which is where they are now
18:14:41  <joemccann>i can include a blank .npmignore and the config files will be sent in jitsu deploy?
18:14:52  <joemccann>my assumption was jitsu deploy pulls from the git repo and not locally
18:14:54  <joemccann>is that wrong?
18:15:27  <blakmatrix_>joemccann: it does not pull from your git repo
18:15:35  <joemccann>ahh
18:15:42  <joemccann>so the .npmignore may be the way to go?
18:15:48  <blakmatrix_>thats why i was telling you to temporarily toglle your gitignore file
18:15:55  <joemccann>i see
18:15:56  <joemccann>right right
18:16:14  <joemccann>yeah i thought i had to temporarily fuck with my ignore file
18:16:16  <blakmatrix_>i'm not sure, never tried it before, AvianFlu says it'll work though
18:16:16  <joemccann>then commit and push
18:16:18  <joemccann>then deploy
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18:16:33  <joemccann>@avianflu is my logic ^^ correct?
18:16:45  <AvianFlu>yeah, it sounds good
18:17:02  <AvianFlu>a blank .npmignore, or one with fewer entries, is definitely the sanest solution
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18:19:26  <joemccann>trying nao
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18:21:07  <joemccann>wow
18:21:08  <joemccann>amazing
18:21:11  <joemccann>mind blown
18:21:11  <joemccann>again
18:21:25  <joemccann>fuckn hell don't know why anyone WOULDN'T deploy node apps with nodejitsu
18:21:27  <joemccann>amazeballs
18:21:35  <AvianFlu>joemccann: ++
18:21:36  <kohai>joemccann has 1 beer
18:21:52  <AvianFlu>and, honestly, you get another one for the word 'amazeballs', which I've never ever heard before
18:21:54  <AvianFlu>joemccann: ++
18:21:54  <kohai>joemccann has 2 beers
18:22:07  <joemccann>lmao
18:22:09  <joemccann>nice one
18:22:40  <joemccann>@avianflu what is your twitter handle?
18:22:42  <blakmatrix_>amazeballz comes from somewhere some one told me but i forgot
18:23:01  <AvianFlu>joemccann: @av1anflu
18:23:40  <joemccann>cheers bruv
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21:08:09  <robinson_k>hi
21:08:22  <robinson_k>have a problem with deploying
21:08:54  <robinson_k>https://gist.github.com/ccd146078c09c281dbf2
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21:09:30  <blakmatrix>hi robinson_k
21:09:34  <blakmatrix>let me take a look
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21:09:41  <robinson_k>thanks
21:10:03  <blakmatrix>robinson_k: how many times have you tried deploying?
21:10:33  <robinson_k>after tat one a second time
21:10:41  <blakmatrix>same thing?
21:10:45  <robinson_k>no
21:10:54  <robinson_k>more errors :(
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21:11:07  <blakmatrix>what were those errors?
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21:11:38  <wingy>what are the options to get the files cached?
21:11:38  <robinson_k>mainly error: FATAL ERROR: Evacuation Allocation failed - process out of memory - in the end
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21:11:45  <wingy>that is having a CDN
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21:12:47  <blakmatrix>robinson_k: can you give me a gist of your package.json to take a look at
21:12:50  <robinson_k>blakmatrix_: updated the gist
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21:12:59  <robinson_k>ah okay, will do so.
21:14:29  <robinson_k>blakmatrix_: https://gist.github.com/99fac207399377627095 for the package.json
21:14:47  <robinson_k>and updated the first gist with the second error-msg
21:15:22  <yawnt>freibier? seems cool :D
21:15:45  <robinson_k>yawnt: surely! :)
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21:19:36  <blakmatrix>robinson_k: ejs should have a * or a version in it
21:19:50  <robinson_k>blakmatrix_: hm. deployed a second (third) snapshot now
21:19:55  <blakmatrix>it looks like you hit a node with a bunch of npm zombie processes
21:19:56  <robinson_k>seemed like a small hiccup.
21:20:36  <blakmatrix>robinson_k: btw anything you have in devDependencies gets installed on the drone too
21:20:49  <robinson_k>blakmatrix: wow. but why?
21:21:35  <AvianFlu>robinson_k: a config issue with npm
21:21:42  <AvianFlu>it doesn't behave quite like we're telling it to
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21:25:29  <robinson_k>i hope this will get fixed soon.
21:25:42  <robinson_k>thanks for your help. need to sleep now.
21:27:04  <blakmatrix>robinson_k: glad to help
21:28:52  <AvianFlu>robinson_k: we're changing the way we install deps for people, it'll go away soon
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21:34:35  <yawnt>i'm out
21:34:36  <yawnt>cya
21:34:40  <coderarity>bai
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21:43:44  <AvianFlu>coderarity: blakmatrix_: do you guys know about kohai's !stfu command?
21:44:00  <blakmatrix>vaugely
21:44:11  <blakmatrix>why
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21:48:58  <AvianFlu>in light of this recent IRC trolling debacle
21:49:04  <AvianFlu>I'm going to demonstrate it
21:49:14  <AvianFlu>!stfu blakmatrix 15
21:49:16  <kohai>Gross Adjusted Noobosity of blakmatrix has exceeded specified telemetry parameters. Irrevocable 15 second mute has been initiated.
21:49:28  <AvianFlu>now, you're an op
21:49:30  <AvianFlu>so you can still talk
21:49:33  <kohai>Noobosity telemetry data now below thresholds. Removing mute for blakmatrix.
21:49:37  <AvianFlu>but if anybody comes in here and starts trolling
21:49:40  <AvianFlu>temporary mute!
21:49:51  <AvianFlu>nothing trolls a troll like muting them while you politely ask them to apologize.
21:50:16  <blakmatrix>is this about what happened in #node.js yesterday
21:50:30  <AvianFlu>yessirree bob!
21:50:42  <AvianFlu>if anything stupid happens, try that first
21:50:50  <AvianFlu>and if it continues, you know where we keep the banhammer
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21:53:17  <blakmatrix>in the depths of hel
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21:55:23  <AvianFlu>nah, it's in that little cabinet, third from the top
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22:01:45  <Tanc>Hi there, I'm a nooby needing help
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22:02:08  <Tanc>anyone ever used nodjitsu for a coffeescript app?
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22:03:03  <AvianFlu>Tanc: lots of people, for better or worse :)
22:03:07  <AvianFlu>it should work just fine
22:03:13  <AvianFlu>we've supported it for a long time
22:03:19  <Tanc>well, can I ask you a few question in priv?
22:03:42  <Tanc>I got a github repo for this, and I'm a bit ashamed of my ignorance :)
22:03:44  <AvianFlu>sure
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22:04:01  <AvianFlu>but be warned, I don't actually know much coffeescript
22:04:09  <AvianFlu>I can read it, but I've never written any
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22:12:57  <blakmatrix>Tanc I wrote on coffee app once
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22:42:04  <mrkhnstn>I am having problems deploying an app that tries to access a redistogo db. Db was setup using jitsu database command.
22:42:35  <mrkhnstn>jitsu deploy returns ok but the browser returns: An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
22:42:38  <blakmatrix_>do you have a gist?
22:42:39  <mrkhnstn>Any idea?
22:42:57  <blakmatrix_>anything in your logs?
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22:43:44  <CoverSlide>does it work locally?
22:43:55  <mrkhnstn>yup, works locally
22:44:05  <mrkhnstn>just having a look at the logs
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22:45:47  <jbpros>I'd like to include a file when deploying that is to be kept ignored by git and NPM. Is that possible?
22:46:23  <blakmatrix_>if both are ignoring then no
22:46:47  <mrkhnstn>there is an error in my logs: ld.so.1: node: fatal: relocation error: file /opt/haibu/apps/mrkhnstn/jitsu_test/package/node_modules/redis/node_modules/hiredis/build/Release/hiredis.node: symbol redisReaderCreate: referenced symbol not found
22:46:50  <blakmatrix_>you'll have to temporily unignore just before you deploy
22:47:05  <jbpros>blakmatrix_: ok then, ty!
22:47:51  <blakmatrix_>mrkhnstn: bundle redis and remove hiredis dependency, see http://package.json.jit.su
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23:08:56  <mrkhnstn>blakmatrix_: Thanks, that worked. Took me a while to figure out bundledDependencies and jitsu deploy --noanalyze
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