00:00:34  <jesusabdullah>coderarity: somewhere I saw a function called noop() that wasn't actually a noop XD
00:01:08  <Sly>I had a noop() that wasn't a noop() before. I just made it a "yes" man.
00:01:26  <Sly>Always returned true.
00:01:44  <mmalecki>I made a noop() which printed a stack trace once
00:01:49  <mmalecki>got pretty useful
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00:07:34  <jesusabdullah>those names are entirely inappropriate.
00:07:55  <jesusabdullah>those functions should've been named yes() and staackTraaace() respectively
00:08:00  <jesusabdullah>or, hellYeah()
00:08:05  <Sly>lol
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00:42:03  <deoxxa>mmalecki: huzzah
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00:42:51  <mmalecki>deoxxa: in case of european transfer, I wouldn't even have them by now
00:42:59  <deoxxa>crazy
00:43:00  <mmalecki>probably in 6 hours or so
00:43:17  <mmalecki>when CENTRAL AUTHORITY people get to their sad jobs
00:43:29  <mmalecki>and start fucking with actual money
00:43:40  <mmalecki>while being really sad
00:43:45  <mmalecki>because they start at 8
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00:47:27  <mmalecki>deoxxa: CAN YOU FEEL HOW SAD THEY ARE?!
00:47:44  <deoxxa>i can feel how sad they are
00:47:48  <deoxxa>i had to be up before 10 this morning
00:47:51  <deoxxa>that sucked gigantic dicks
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00:48:24  <deoxxa>had to be in at this co-working place
00:48:28  <deoxxa>(which i'm at now)
00:48:31  <deoxxa>(it's annoying)
00:48:53  <deoxxa>people with lattes and fixed gear bicycles and ironic scarves and shit
00:49:35  <mmalecki>latte is good, unless it's a starbucks latte
00:49:58  <mmalecki>those were starbucks lattes, weren't they?
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01:07:26  <deoxxa>mmalecki: nah probably some underground place you haven't heard of
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01:10:52  <mmalecki>deoxxa: heh
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01:20:05  <coderarity>omg meatload
01:20:11  <coderarity>meatloads of meatloaf
01:23:36  <chjj>wat
01:23:45  <chjj>!
01:23:48  <deoxxa>meatwad
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04:51:13  <mmalecki>develop.nodejitsu.com <- hint
04:51:24  <Sly>:o
04:51:27  <Sly>I see newness.
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05:55:05  <lonehangman>Is anyone around to help?
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06:05:45  <cronopio>lonehangman: sure
06:06:51  <lonehangman>ok
06:07:09  <lonehangman>It keeps throwing an internal server error
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06:08:05  <cronopio>lonehangman: can you share us your package.json?
06:08:15  <lonehangman>Error running command deploy Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error ENOENT, open '/root/tmp/tmp-11983fej3nbk/build/package/package.json'
06:08:32  <lonehangman>I'm guessing it's because I'm on a windows pc
06:10:05  <lonehangman>and don't have the /root/(etc) like linux and OS X has
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06:12:42  <mmalecki>lonehangman: cna you try now?
06:13:11  <lonehangman>Does it matter if I'm on a pc or max/linux?
06:14:14  <lonehangman>and nope, same error
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08:23:07  <kenniyu>hello, i'm trying to deploy with jitsu deploy, but somethings wrong with my package.json it appears
08:23:08  <kenniyu>https://gist.github.com/3863999
08:23:37  <yawnt>hi
08:23:41  <yawnt>can i see your package.json?
08:24:08  <kenniyu>yes
08:24:21  <kenniyu>https://gist.github.com/3864014
08:24:40  <yawnt>where is your code located?
08:24:56  <kenniyu>locally?
08:25:16  <yawnt>you need to change ' to " first
08:25:18  <kenniyu>do i need to create a repo for it?
08:25:21  <kenniyu>ok
08:25:42  <kenniyu>that worked
08:25:47  <kenniyu>thanks!
08:25:59  <yawnt>in json it's quotes, not single quotes
08:26:01  <yawnt>you can't switch them
08:26:05  <yawnt>you're welcome :)
08:26:07  <kenniyu>oh alright
08:26:10  <kenniyu>thanks so much
08:26:23  <yawnt>pleasure.. for any more doubts, ping me :)
08:26:40  <kenniyu>one more thing
08:26:45  <yawnt>yes?
08:26:46  <kenniyu>actually
08:26:49  <kenniyu>https://gist.github.com/3864020
08:26:55  <kenniyu>i just got a error about readme.MD not found
08:27:38  <yawnt>that is a warn
08:27:47  <yawnt>the error is with the compile step
08:27:53  <kenniyu>oh wait
08:27:55  <kenniyu>youre right
08:28:50  <kenniyu>hm
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08:30:39  <kenniyu>is that an error on my part
08:31:23  <yawnt>"https://github.com/LearnBoost/socket.io/tarball/master" <- can you please change the socket.io version with that?
08:32:15  <yawnt>kenniyu: also, any particular reason to use those old versions of express etc?
08:32:54  <kenniyu>actually, i think thats the wrong version of express i have in my package.json
08:33:00  <kenniyu>does that affect socketio
08:33:04  <yawnt>no
08:33:11  <yawnt>but there express3 out :)
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08:37:29  <kenniyu>alright cool
08:37:38  <kenniyu>so do i just change the socket.io version to what learnboost uses?
08:38:00  <kenniyu>0.9.10?
08:38:23  <yawnt>change it to
08:38:32  <yawnt>"https://github.com/LearnBoost/socket.io/tarball/master"
08:38:38  <yawnt>also i would update packages
08:38:43  <yawnt>2.3.11 is like a year old
08:38:50  <yawnt>and use node 0.8.x which is way faster
08:40:14  <kenniyu>nvm
08:40:16  <kenniyu>it works now
08:40:18  <kenniyu>thanks so much
08:40:26  <yawnt>:)
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10:11:57  <paulwoodiii>hey I'm just starting out and I can't figure out the jitsu install command
10:12:10  <paulwoodiii>it seems to want to generate an app for me
10:12:15  <yawnt>hey
10:12:20  <paulwoodiii>but I already have an app ready
10:12:22  <yawnt>yes, that's exactly what jitsu does :)
10:12:27  <yawnt>if you want to deploy your app
10:12:32  <yawnt>it's `jitsu deploy`
10:12:33  <yawnt>:D
10:12:51  <yawnt>*what jitsu install does
10:12:51  <paulwoodiii>oh boy
10:13:06  <yawnt>?
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10:13:48  <paulwoodiii>deploy seems to be working then
10:13:53  <yawnt>::D
10:13:54  <paulwoodiii>thats a kink in the tutorial
10:14:36  <yawnt>tutorial?
10:14:38  <yawnt>you mean the handbook?
10:15:19  <paulwoodiii>http://www.nodejitsu.com/paas/getting-started.html
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10:15:52  <yawnt>it says that install installs an example app
10:15:59  <yawnt>and that deploy deploys it
10:16:00  <yawnt>:)
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10:16:54  <paulwoodiii>yep gotta learn the fun way
10:17:09  <yawnt>:)
10:17:43  * standoopart
10:19:46  <paulwoodiii>heh case sensitive server too...
10:20:28  <paulwoodiii>so how do I get things on my own domain name?
10:21:02  <yawnt>there a step by step guide here http://dns.jit.su
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10:24:41  <paulwoodiii>great that helps
10:24:47  <yawnt>you're welcome
10:25:00  <paulwoodiii>how about mongodb and server space? anything out there to tell me more about that?
10:25:22  <yawnt>check out the nodejs handbook
10:25:27  <yawnt>it has a whole section about databases
10:25:34  <yawnt>*nodejitsu handbook
10:25:39  <yawnt>https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook
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10:26:29  <paulwoodiii>wow!
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11:24:42  <yawnt>deoxxa: ping
11:24:59  <deoxxa>ping pong ping ping pong ding ding ding ding dang ding dang
11:25:21  <yawnt>deoxxa: they set up a hackathon
11:25:24  <yawnt>the day after nodejsconf.it
11:25:29  <yawnt>you thinking what i'm thinking?
11:25:43  <deoxxa>eat a ton of pizza?
11:25:49  <yawnt>that
11:25:50  <yawnt>and?
11:25:56  <deoxxa>mountain dew
11:26:05  <yawnt>no mountain dew in italy
11:26:11  <deoxxa>TRIP IS CANCELLED
11:26:13  <yawnt>lol
11:26:17  <yawnt>hahhaa
11:26:21  <deoxxa>no, i get what you're saying :P
11:26:23  <deoxxa>bittorrent.js?
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11:26:36  <yawnt>deoxxa: I MEAN
11:26:39  <yawnt>LET'S WIN THE HACKATHON
11:26:42  <deoxxa>oh
11:26:44  <yawnt>with bittorrent.js
11:26:52  <deoxxa>how do you win at a hackathon
11:26:56  <yawnt>it says put together a nice piece of code
11:26:56  <deoxxa>do you hack more than everyone else
11:26:58  <yawnt>which is also realtime
11:27:03  <deoxxa>oh
11:27:04  <deoxxa>perfect
11:27:05  <yawnt>let's use bittorrent.js to stream real time data
11:27:11  <deoxxa>yes
11:27:12  <deoxxa>agreed
11:27:15  <yawnt>LIEK A BAWS
11:27:17  <deoxxa>that's got nerd cred all over it
11:27:20  <yawnt>i think it's possible
11:27:26  <yawnt>like.. pretty weird, but possible
11:27:40  <deoxxa>definitely
11:27:43  <yawnt>what do you think?
11:27:50  <yawnt>i mean.. i don't know the bittorrent protocol so well
11:28:13  <yawnt>first prize is a parrot
11:28:16  <yawnt>the drone
11:28:26  <deoxxa>i think it'd be awesome
11:28:26  <deoxxa>it's pretty simple
11:28:26  <deoxxa>i'm actually writing a streaming bencode encoder/decoder right now, lol
11:28:26  <deoxxa>wat
11:28:30  <deoxxa>parrot
11:28:34  <yawnt>AR Parrot
11:28:38  <deoxxa>ohhhh
11:28:39  <deoxxa>haha
11:28:40  <yawnt>the flying thing you can control via UPD
11:28:44  <yawnt>UDP
11:28:50  <yawnt>also 3 tickets for jsday 2013
11:29:01  <yawnt>if the world doesn't end
11:29:06  <yawnt>IN DECEMBER
11:29:17  <yawnt>http://nodejsconf.it/hackathon.html <- deoxxa
11:29:19  <deoxxa>jsday? where's that?
11:29:22  <yawnt>italy
11:29:22  <yawnt>lol
11:29:28  <deoxxa>oh lol
11:30:14  <yawnt>we need to ask mmalecki[zzz]
11:30:22  <yawnt>after his done with zzz'ing
11:30:24  <yawnt>*he's
11:31:12  * deoxxanods
11:31:37  <yawnt>lol
11:31:44  <yawnt>turns out node knockout is during that weekend
11:31:53  <yawnt>but mmalecki[zzz] can't partecipate to node knockout
11:32:02  <yawnt>so maybe we can do the nodejsconf.it one
11:32:10  <deoxxa>project.pipe(hackathon).pipe(knockout)
11:32:13  <yawnt>lol
11:34:36  <yawnt>13:27 deoxxa> i'm actually writing a streaming bencode encoder/decoder
11:34:40  <yawnt>for what?
11:35:08  <deoxxa>no real reason
11:35:13  <deoxxa>just because i thought it'd be cool
11:35:18  <yawnt>also
11:35:21  <yawnt>what's a bencode?
11:35:30  <yawnt>ah
11:35:33  <yawnt>bittorrent stuff
11:35:37  <deoxxa>"bencode" is the serialisation format used in bittorrent files
11:35:38  <deoxxa>yeah
11:35:42  <deoxxa>and in tracker responses
11:35:43  <yawnt>nicey nice
11:35:48  <yawnt>do want to see the code
11:36:04  <deoxxa>k, one sec
11:36:19  <yawnt>YOU ENEMY OF THE OPEN SOURCE
11:36:26  <deoxxa>lol
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11:40:56  <deoxxa>creating repo...
11:41:11  <yawnt>yeah yeah sure
11:41:28  <Nexxy>calculating percentages...
11:41:29  <deoxxa>lol
11:41:35  <Nexxy>reticulating splines...
11:41:42  <yawnt>Nothing to see here yet. Move along.
11:41:47  <deoxxa>taking the canoli...
11:41:58  <deoxxa>https://github.com/deoxxa/bencode-stream/blob/master/lib/decoder.js
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11:43:38  <deoxxa>still doing strings/dicts
11:43:56  <yawnt>i want the encoder
11:44:05  <deoxxa>it doesn't exist yet
11:44:11  <deoxxa>it's so closed source that even i don't have it
11:44:15  <yawnt>ENEMY OF THE OPEN SOURCE
11:44:15  <deoxxa>:o
11:44:30  <yawnt>if only tou had an S in your nickname
11:44:33  <yawnt>i'd change it to $
11:45:24  <deoxxa>"d€oxxa"?
11:45:41  <yawnt>uh
11:45:43  <yawnt>that'd work
11:45:55  <yawnt>change yo nick to d€oxxa you capitalist
11:46:26  <yawnt>jokes aside
11:46:29  <yawnt>it kinda looks cool :3
11:46:30  <deoxxa>freenode doesn't allow it :<
11:46:38  <deoxxa>yeah i'm making it a sax-style parser
11:46:43  <deoxxa>wondering if i should emit partial strings
11:46:48  <yawnt>i wonder how you could achieve real time though
11:47:04  <yawnt>stream a magnet link to the client, downloads the magnet which is the text \s
11:47:17  <deoxxa>real time isn't that important to me, i just want to be able to validate huge torrent files with minimal memory consumption
11:47:24  <yawnt>it is to the hackathon
11:47:33  <deoxxa>oh, yeah, that's a different thing though
11:47:40  <deoxxa>real time via bittorrent is easy
11:47:45  <yawnt>- REAL TIME! (if we’d not wanna go real time, we'd just use COBOL)
11:47:54  <yawnt>i did think of using COBOL after reading that
11:47:58  <yawnt>just for the lulz
11:48:00  <deoxxa>basically the way it works is like this
11:48:23  <deoxxa>your bittorrent client talks to a tracker (or the DHT) and goes "i want all the peers that are seeding torrent asdfqwer"
11:48:32  <yawnt>there's cobol on cogs which is a web framework for cobol
11:48:35  <deoxxa>the tracker goes "k, here you go, these peers said they have some of the torrent"
11:48:51  <deoxxa>then all the communication goes on between the peers themselves
11:48:56  <yawnt>i see
11:49:01  * broofajoined
11:49:15  <deoxxa>so you just create a random 20 byte value, use that as your "info_hash", then register yourself as a "seed" for that "torrent" on the tracker
11:49:34  <deoxxa>in reality, there's no torrent and no seeding, you're just registering yourself with a channel of sorts
11:49:49  <yawnt>nice
11:49:52  <yawnt>tricky
11:49:59  <deoxxa>then other clients ask the tracker (or again, the DHT), about that same info_hash
11:50:11  <deoxxa>the tracker goes "hey sure, this guy says he's seeding or whatever"
11:50:16  <deoxxa>and that's that
11:51:03  <deoxxa>the bittorrent protocol is generic enough that you can hijack an unused packet type id and implement your own sub-protocol
11:51:51  <deoxxa>http://wiki.theory.org/BitTorrentSpecification#Peer_wire_protocol_.28TCP.29 << it's a lot simpler than you'd expect
11:52:09  <yawnt>gotcha
11:52:11  <Nexxy>like for BT-based botnets
11:52:12  <yawnt>we'd still need a tracker though
11:52:13  <Nexxy>;P
11:52:38  <deoxxa>yawnt: trackers are a very simple affair, <20 LoC with http/bencoding available
11:52:58  <yawnt>kk
11:53:15  <deoxxa>or we could just use whatever tracker thepiratebay uses
11:53:15  <deoxxa>haha
11:53:22  <yawnt>nop
11:53:27  <deoxxa>no internet?
11:53:28  <yawnt>piratebay is blocked in italy
11:53:30  <deoxxa>oh
11:53:32  <deoxxa>that's right
11:53:33  <yawnt>yeah
11:53:37  <deoxxa>lol lame
11:53:39  <Nexxy>WASTE is way cooler IMHO
11:53:45  <deoxxa>waste?
11:53:47  <yawnt>we could get a VPN
11:53:51  <Nexxy>yeah
11:53:52  <yawnt>tunnel the traffic through the VPN
11:53:56  <yawnt>use thepiratebay
11:53:58  <Nexxy>or... just... use waste
11:54:01  <yawnt>then back through us
11:54:04  <yawnt>*to us
11:54:04  <deoxxa>waste?
11:54:07  <yawnt>throught he vpn
11:54:08  <Nexxy>LOOK IT UP
11:54:09  <Nexxy>FUCK
11:54:13  <Nexxy>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WASTE
11:54:15  <deoxxa>i'm googling "waste"
11:54:25  <Nexxy>it's an encrypted mesh network protocol or w/e
11:54:29  <Nexxy>p2p
11:54:31  <Nexxy>all that jazz
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11:54:41  <deoxxa>using waste isn't as fun as hijacking bittorrent though
11:54:47  <Nexxy>more secure though
11:55:12  <deoxxa>hm, not necessarily
11:55:36  <deoxxa>you could potentially set up an onion router kind of thing over bittorrent
11:55:44  <yawnt>deoxxa: or
11:55:48  <yawnt>you know what we could do?
11:56:10  <deoxxa>wt
11:56:12  <deoxxa>wat
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11:57:47  <yawnt>https://twitter.com/yawnt/status/254693766584221696
11:57:49  <yawnt>^ deoxxa
11:58:11  <deoxxa>that hurts my brain
11:58:15  <yawnt>:D
11:58:42  <yawnt>took half an hour for me, chjj and coderarity to come up with thta
11:58:43  <yawnt>*that
11:59:50  <Nexxy>chjj still exists?
12:00:27  <yawnt>yeah
12:00:31  <yawnt>talked to him this morning
12:01:30  <chjj>Nexxy: ohhi
12:01:47  <yawnt>i feel magic right now
12:01:49  <yawnt>lol
12:02:50  <Nexxy>chjj, hai
12:05:18  <chjj>Nexxy: <3
12:09:26  <Nexxy>chjj, <3
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12:22:39  <deoxxa>oh yeah yawnt guess what
12:22:49  <yawnt>you won the lottery
12:22:53  <deoxxa>close!
12:22:58  <deoxxa>bossman told me today he's paying for my flights :3
12:23:00  <yawnt>the lottery won you
12:23:04  <yawnt>oh
12:23:07  <yawnt>nice one
12:23:13  <deoxxa>lol @ the lottery won me
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12:24:28  <deoxxa>ok, this thing nearly reads strings now
12:24:56  <deoxxa>i'm buffering the whole string for now
12:29:32  <Nexxy>where flying
12:29:40  <yawnt>to italy
12:29:45  <yawnt>he's coming to say hello to yawnt
12:29:58  <yawnt>actually it's for nodejsconf.it
12:30:01  <yawnt>but yeah still italy
12:30:06  <Nexxy>neat
12:31:07  <deoxxa>yep
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12:31:17  <deoxxa>italy, then germany, then sweden, then singapore, then japan
12:31:21  <yawnt>wat
12:31:23  <yawnt>germany?
12:31:28  <deoxxa>mmm
12:31:30  <deoxxa>visiting a friend
12:31:33  <yawnt>WURSTEL UND BIER
12:31:48  <deoxxa>lel
12:31:49  <yawnt>*WURSTELN
12:31:56  <yawnt>BRATWURST
12:32:02  <yawnt>can i come too deoxxa ? i know german
12:32:10  <deoxxa>can't think of a reason why not!
12:32:12  <yawnt>you just need to pay for everything
12:32:15  <deoxxa>haha
12:32:17  <deoxxa>that's a reason why not
12:32:17  <yawnt>even the stuff i break
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12:34:08  <Nexxy>does a cloud status of sunny skies mean the clouds are offline?
12:35:37  <deoxxa>ಠ_ಠ
12:35:40  <deoxxa>i demand an answer
12:35:56  * Nexxyfoot-stomp
12:37:07  <Nexxy>why don't we refer to cloud bandwidth as precipitation?
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12:37:18  <Nexxy>you could have bandwidth packages like
12:37:20  <Nexxy>"Light drizzle"
12:37:30  <Nexxy>"torrential downpour"
12:37:55  <Nexxy>and "HAIL THE SIZE OF SOFTBALLS"
12:38:22  <deoxxa>heh
12:38:23  <deoxxa>balls.
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12:45:05  <mdedetrich>hi everybody
12:47:33  <deoxxa>yawnt: updated it to work with strings :3
12:47:48  <yawnt>:
12:47:50  <yawnt>:3
12:48:01  <deoxxa>now... keys
12:48:21  <Nexxy>as in alicia?
12:48:49  <deoxxa>iiiii keep streaming
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12:49:07  <deoxxa>oh keys already work somehow
12:49:10  <deoxxa>that's nice i guess
12:49:47  <deoxxa>little bit broken though
12:50:45  <evilcelery>nice update apart from the fact that i only seem to get one line in my log messages now
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12:56:32  <evilcelery>is there a way to access the logs other than through the web admin interface?
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12:57:14  <yawnt>evilcelery: jitsu logs
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13:04:12  <`3rdEden>evilcelery: also, I just pushed out a fix for the web interface so it shows multiple logs again
13:04:25  <jjl_>hi folks. i'm just wondering what the status is with regard to non-node services e.g. databases
13:11:15  <evilcelery>when you guys push out service fixes does it restart our apps? i've noticed a couple of lost connections in my app in the last half hour, just wondering if that's the cause
13:11:59  <yawnt>jjl_: hey
13:12:10  <yawnt>we support databases through external providers
13:12:19  <yawnt>currently jitsu offers mongodb, redis and couchdb
13:12:33  <jjl_>yawnt: which providers?
13:12:38  <yawnt>but pretty much databases as a service works fine
13:12:49  <yawnt>jjl_: mongohq for mongodb, iriscouch for couchdb and redistogo for redis
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13:13:23  <jjl_>is there some doc for this? i'm brand new to nodejitsu and was kinda hoping for something not too far removed from heroku
13:13:26  * jjl_is lazy
13:14:04  <yawnt>jjl_: sure
13:14:05  <yawnt>hold on
13:14:18  <yawnt>https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook
13:14:29  <yawnt>there's a database section :)
13:15:10  <evilcelery>by the way, the new live logs in the webapp are great
13:15:28  <yawnt>happy to know you like them :D
13:15:46  <jjl_>yawnt: how does this work with billing etc.?
13:16:21  <yawnt>jjl_: if you need more than the free plan, you have to buy a plan from the providers
13:16:57  <yawnt>and then it works the same as the free plan :)
13:17:19  <jjl_>okay, so i'd need to go create an account with one of those and update the connection string in my app?
13:17:27  <yawnt>yes
13:17:32  <jjl_>okay. thanks
13:17:40  <`3rdEden>evilcelery: When we push a update the admin interface it will not affect your applications. Also thanks for the kinds words about the logs streaming, glad you like it
13:18:21  <jjl_>yawnt: oh one more question, what's latency like to those providers? are they hosted nearby?
13:18:41  <yawnt>jjl_: currently the datacenter is US East
13:18:46  <yawnt>for nodejitsu
13:18:50  <yawnt>while for the db providers
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13:19:09  <yawnt>i don't know for sure, it's better if you ask them... perhaps on their website
13:19:20  <jjl_>okay. thanks for the help
13:19:23  <yawnt>you're welcome :)
13:20:50  <booyaa>nodejitsu/joyent this is their own dc not stuff hanging off aws right?
13:21:01  <yawnt>it's joyent's yeah
13:24:58  <deoxxa>https://github.com/deoxxa/bencode-stream/blob/master/lib/decoder.js yey
13:25:11  <deoxxa>as far as i can tell, that should parse pretty much anything valid that you can throw at it
13:25:35  <deoxxa>and there's no buffering at all
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13:25:55  <mbalho>wow neato
13:26:19  <deoxxa>it shouldn't be too hard to implement an object builder on top of that that does a tiny bit of buffering
13:26:22  * deoxxapoke yawnt
13:26:26  <yawnt>yes?
13:26:27  <yawnt>oh
13:26:30  <yawnt>reading :D
13:27:02  <deoxxa>now i need to do a streaming encoder as well
13:27:30  <yawnt>deoxxa: encodeeer
13:27:32  <yawnt>yeah right :D
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13:35:44  <deoxxa>k, done
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13:35:54  <yawnt>:D
13:35:56  <yawnt>link
13:36:02  <deoxxa>https://github.com/deoxxa/bencode-stream/blob/master/lib/encoder.js
13:36:02  <yawnt>also i'll watch the reph
13:36:06  <yawnt>*repoh
13:36:09  <deoxxa>the encoder is crazy simple
13:36:14  <yawnt>first starrer
13:36:17  <yawnt>*stargazer
13:36:21  <deoxxa>gotta make those streams real streams though
13:36:23  <yawnt>lol
13:36:30  <deoxxa>there's no pause() etc yet
13:36:31  <yawnt>nice encoer
13:36:33  <yawnt>*encoder
13:36:33  <yawnt>:P
13:36:42  <deoxxa>yeah lol
13:36:45  <deoxxa>now i need to benchmark it
13:37:12  <yawnt>do it
13:37:20  <deoxxa>it's 12:30am :<
13:37:23  <deoxxa>i need to sleep instead
13:37:24  <yawnt>ouch
13:37:25  <yawnt>ok
13:37:28  <yawnt>night
13:37:30  <deoxxa>gotta be at a meeting tomorrow morning lol
13:37:31  <deoxxa>sux2bme
13:37:35  <yawnt>i got lesson in 30 mins
13:37:36  <yawnt>no
13:37:37  <yawnt>25
13:37:42  <yawnt>english <.<
13:38:47  <deoxxa>hello, pleased to meet you, how are you, i am well
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13:42:07  <Nexxy>"I WILL LIKE THE LARGE STEAK, PLEASE"
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13:54:58  <RabidFire>morning guys
13:55:25  <RabidFire>I'm having some trouble deploying: error: Error running command deploy. error: socket hang up
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14:04:45  <RabidFire>ash, I see new version of the dashboard. looks awesome, guys!
14:04:50  <RabidFire>aah*
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14:29:52  <Hello__>Hello Guys :)
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14:30:18  <Hello__>I tried to install jitsu in ubuntu
14:30:30  <Hello__>with sudo npm install jitsu -g
14:30:34  <Hello__>and i get errors
14:31:01  <Hello__>That there is no compatible version found
14:31:22  <Hello__>exactly -> ERR! message No compatible version found: [email protected]'>=1.0.0- <1.1.0-' <-
14:31:36  <Hello__>any idea?
14:34:58  <AvianFlu>Hello__: you need to update your node version
14:35:04  <AvianFlu>to 0.6.21 or one of the 0.8 versions
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14:39:38  <AvianFlu>kilian_: you should also just try again, that's our build server having an error
14:39:41  <AvianFlu>I'll have a look at it presently
14:40:22  <kilian_>I've been trying for an hour now… :(
14:40:36  <kilian_>that's my package.json https://gist.github.com/3866036
14:40:57  <kilian_>that's the error: ENOENT, open '/root/tmp/tmp-20417eu7gva8/build/package/package.json'
14:41:22  <kilian_>already deleted and recreated a new app multiple times...
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14:42:05  <AvianFlu>why does the express dependency say ">= undefined"?
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14:43:00  <kilian_>AvianFlu: it all comes from the jitsu cli
14:43:08  <RabidFire>AvianFlu: that happened to me too. I ended up setting 'analyze': false in my package.json and manually ensuring that all the dependencies had the right versions.
14:43:13  <AvianFlu>oh. well that's the problem
14:43:24  <AvianFlu>kilian_: set analyze: false in your package.json and fix that version
14:43:31  <RabidFire>jitsu didn't recognize all the packages, and had 'undefined' for a few. :(
14:43:38  <AvianFlu>felix broke the require-analyzer it seems...
14:44:03  <RabidFire>oh that felix!
14:45:33  <kilian_>AvianFlu: nothing doesn't work
14:45:56  <AvianFlu>"nothing" is a very non-specific term, I need to know what you tried and what happened
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14:47:07  <kilian_>I mean, nothing changed, same error. I followed your instructions, added analyze:false in my package, deleted the app and redeployed
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14:47:37  <kilian_>also I fixed the undefined value.
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14:49:49  <AvianFlu>can you show me the new package.json?
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14:50:48  <kilian_>AvianFlu: https://gist.github.com/3866036
14:51:38  <RabidFire>what does 'private': true do?
14:51:52  <AvianFlu>it prevents accidental 'npm publish'
14:52:02  <RabidFire>I see
14:52:18  <kilian_>AvianFlu: it's for npm
14:52:50  <kilian_>ops, used the wrong mention ;)
14:53:11  <RabidFire>:D
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15:40:34  <bradleymeck>kilian_: I hear you have been having some problems, mind if I take a look? Can you seen me any relevant stack trace / logs and run `tar -tzf $(npm pack)` and gist the results
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15:41:36  <tazrover>just ran 'jitsu users confirm' command to activate my account but my info says "Nodejitsu not ok". any suggestions?
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15:43:28  <pksunkara>HN upvote: http://news.ycombinator.com/newest
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15:44:49  <AvianFlu>tazrover: try 'jitsu logout' first
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15:47:37  <tazrover>AvianFlu: thanks! works. remembered now i had created a different account during the private beta.
15:47:59  <AvianFlu>tazrover: yeah, it's a common gotcha
15:49:08  <tazrover>AvianFlu: I've made the gotcha list
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15:59:12  <luney>http-proxy is damn awesome. I've come around... Maybe until nginx supports websockets
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16:10:46  <RabidFire>hey guys, I'm having trouble enforcing https on some of my routes on nodejitsu: https://gist.github.com/7f01bb6c749b3c8bd089
16:10:59  <RabidFire>used to work on AWS just fine
16:11:22  <RabidFire>seems like req.connection.encrypted is not being set or something
16:11:25  <RabidFire>any suggestions?
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16:15:59  <bradleymeck>RabidFire check req.headers['x-forwarded-proto'], ssl is terminated at the balancer once you are inside the vlan
16:16:19  <RabidFire>ah, I knew it!
16:16:38  <RabidFire>btw, when you have ssl termination, do I need to write the code for 'https' servers in app.js?
16:16:49  <RabidFire>seems like that part will never get called?
16:17:09  <bradleymeck>well you can if you want, but in generall just use http unless you want overhead
16:18:08  <RabidFire>ok, are there any security issues I need to worry about with the termination?
16:19:30  <bradleymeck>its a single direct hop so none that i can think of, you will want to check in your app that it is forwarded for https but other than that no
16:19:59  <RabidFire>awesome, thanks!
16:20:06  <RabidFire>btw, I opened a support ticket for this: #11708
16:20:13  <RabidFire>I guess you could close it now :)
16:20:28  <RabidFire>I'm loving the immediate responses I get from the IRC channel
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16:34:22  <evilcelery>hey, i've got some strange behaviour in one of my apps. it almost seems to be running twice.
16:34:53  <doubletap>hmm… a new billing system to which a company is migrating. I wonder if it is a good idea to put my credit card in there. I could see an infinite loop breaking my bank.
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16:35:53  <diestrin>Hi.. is there anyone that can tell me exactly what is a drone?
16:36:26  <anoemi>diestrin: hey
16:36:33  <evilcelery>I've stopped the app but it's still printing log messages from the intervals that are running
16:37:15  <diestrin>hi anoemi!
16:37:28  <diestrin>could you help me with that?
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16:37:43  <anoemi>diestrin: hows it going? :)
16:37:48  <anoemi>diestrin: a drone is a single unit of computing power, its what you need for a single app
16:37:56  <lpin>evilcelery it's probaby a zombie process
16:38:14  <evilcelery>how do i get rid of it?
16:38:21  <lpin>ask AvianFlu or mmalecki
16:38:35  <evilcelery>i think there may be a couple of them
16:38:38  <anoemi>diestrin: does that make sense?
16:38:41  <evilcelery>ok
16:38:51  <diestrin>anoemi: so if I want to make a chat with SocketIO, I just will need one? even if 1000 eople use it?
16:39:06  <diestrin>people*
16:39:19  <lpin>diestrin a drone will handle like 500 concurrent websocket connection
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16:39:33  <lpin>depends on the ram usage of your app
16:39:50  <lpin>a drone now have 256 mb of ram
16:40:38  <AvianFlu>diestrin: yeah, the basic rule is about 1 drone per ~500 websockets
16:40:42  <diestrin>ah ok... that make much more sense to me
16:40:57  <doubletap>it is ironic how slow the webops.nodejistu.com is,
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16:41:49  <mmalecki>doubletap: we're not charging you ourselves, we use chargify
16:42:01  <diestrin>ok thank you, it's clear now
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16:42:27  <mmalecki>doubletap: also, care to explain the slowliness?
16:42:50  <anoemi>diestrin lpin cool :)
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16:43:16  <doubletap>mmalecki: just getting from one url to the next is quite slow. and going from apps to account just returned a blank page.
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16:55:15  <ggoodman>AvianFlu: It would seem that I've put off getting in touch with Sales about Plunker (UNTIL NOW!)
16:55:37  <alexstoick>hi guys. got a quick question
16:55:49  <ggoodman>AvianFlu: ...just an FYI in case you can contribute your point of view
16:55:55  <blakmatrix>hey guys
16:56:08  <AvianFlu>ggoodman: send an email to [email protected] about it and we can get the conversation started
16:56:27  <ggoodman>AvianFlu: I sent to [email protected], but will forward the email to [email protected]
16:56:30  <alexstoick>k
16:57:40  <ggoodman>done
16:58:06  <alexstoick>sent one as well
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16:59:13  <yawnt>alexstoick: what is your question about?
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17:00:28  <alexstoick>the billing changes
17:00:34  <alexstoick>im wondering if you can keep a free account
17:00:35  <yawnt>yes?
17:00:36  <alexstoick>so to say
17:00:45  <alexstoick>or you have to subscribe to a plan
17:01:06  <yawnt>you can deploy apps for free on nodejitsu in two ways
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17:01:20  <yawnt>you either are in the development sandbox
17:01:24  <yawnt>which lasts a month
17:01:31  <yawnt>or your app is completely open source with MIT license
17:02:28  <alexstoick>well
17:02:36  <alexstoick>atm i am in the developer sandbox
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17:02:50  <st_luke>wait, can't use bsd license?
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17:03:08  <st_luke>fffffff
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17:03:27  <alexstoick>but the project is open source
17:03:36  <ggoodman>yawnt: are you saying that fully open-source MIT apps can run freely w/o special arrangements?
17:03:55  <alexstoick>its something for school to be more precise
17:04:58  <alexstoick>anyway. what are the steps that you have to take in order to run it freely ?
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17:05:09  <alexstoick>cuz there was no such option there.
17:05:12  <lpin>ggoodman it is written in FAQ
17:05:16  <yawnt>ggoodman: yes
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17:05:27  <AvianFlu>alexstoick: send an email to [email protected] describing your situation and we'll see what we can do
17:05:50  <ggoodman>yawnt, lpin: never thought to look there :p
17:05:51  <alexstoick>ye. send quite a brief email. I'll guess I'll just send another one
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17:08:15  <ggoodman>lpin: I've found a FAQ but don't see anything that specifically states that MIT O/S apps can be run for free indefinitely
17:08:33  <yawnt>ggoodman: see here https://webops.jitsu.com
17:08:41  <lpin>there ^
17:09:03  <ggoodman>ah, different FAQ
17:09:06  <ggoodman>thx
17:09:07  <yawnt>ggoodman: anyway email [email protected] with your situation and we'll see what we can do to help you
17:09:16  <ggoodman>its done :)
17:09:26  <yawnt>thank you ;)
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17:22:40  <doubletap>mmalecki: I just changed my password and it redirected to a 401 error. I logged out thinking that maybe I could start over since i kept getting a 401 on /account and now my credentials do not work.
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17:23:56  <doubletap>I should have checked with you before logging out when I saw the 401. Would you like me to go through the "forgot password" process?
17:24:21  <yawnt>doubletap: yes, please
17:24:28  <jose__>Hi, I am just trying to add my credit card but it gaves me Declined 2046... Its from Argentina, works fine in all websites :(
17:26:03  <AvianFlu>jose__: that message is coming back from our payment gateway (chargify) - we'll look into it, but I'm not sure what that means offhand
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17:27:33  <jose__>I tried with my wife credit card, and it gaves me " Proccesor Networ Unavailable (try again 3000) "
17:28:52  <jose__>np
17:28:59  <jose__>thanks AvianFlu
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17:31:44  <jcrugzz>slick new interface guys, been waiting for that email. One little suggestion is with the name/surname ordeal under account. slightly confusing as I usually do not see surname
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17:32:47  <AvianFlu>jcrugzz: not a bad point. It's the kind of thing that happens with a european frontend team :D
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17:35:02  <doubletap>yawnt: I changed my password and my credentials still dont work. I assume that I have the correct username since when I put in the incorrect username I get a different message of "myusername not found"
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17:35:36  <jcrugzz>AvianFlu: Ah well that makes sense. May need to have those fields adjusted to be american friendly hah
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17:38:40  <jmeiden>Who understands nodejitsu plans? What is a 'drone' (CPU?) how much bandwith, storage, memory? Is a database included?
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17:40:08  <yawnt>jmeiden: a drone is a computing unit.. it has 256 MB of ram .. a database is not included but available via external providers
17:40:09  <blakmatrix>jmeiden: pleas take a look at the faq page on http://webops.jitsu.com
17:40:27  <yawnt>some of these providers are also supported in the web interface (redis, mongo, couch)
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17:43:36  <chakrit>is there a dedicated link or something from Joyent to Amazon? always wondered that.
17:43:52  <yawnt>sorry?
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17:44:46  <chakrit>i mean, suppose I use a db provider that's hosted on amazon (e.g. heroku postgres)
17:45:02  <chakrit>from an app hosted on nodejitsu/joyent
17:45:16  <chakrit>would it be slow?
17:45:25  <yawnt>i've been using heroku postgres with nodejitsu
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17:45:40  <yawnt>and i never found it slow
17:45:41  <yawnt>:)
17:45:55  <chakrit>well, ok. :)
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17:46:07  <espdallo>I got a noob question... my apps page shows 403 but when I do 'jitsu apps list' I see my app, any pointers?
17:46:49  <BrandonGriggs>Hi there, our custom SSL keeps going in and out https://api.knackhq.com is this a DNS resolving issue?
17:47:24  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: What do you mean?
17:48:11  <BrandonGriggs>blakmatrix: getting errors on connecting: "You attempted to reach api.knackhq.com, but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself as *.nodejitsu.com. This may be caused by a misconfiguration on the server or by something more serious. An attacker on your network could be trying to get you to visit a fake (and potentially harmful) version of api.knackhq.com. You should not proceed, especially if you have never see
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17:48:45  <AvianFlu>BrandonGriggs: it could be dns resolving
17:48:58  <AvianFlu>I'll have a look
17:49:19  <BrandonGriggs>AvianFlu: thanks!
17:49:23  <AvianFlu>BrandonGriggs: seems to work from here so far
17:49:35  <yawnt>works from here too
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17:50:43  <RabidFire>hey guys, is it possible for me to check logs beyond the last 50 lines or so?
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17:51:05  <RabidFire>BrandonGriggs: I faced the exact same problem just now!
17:51:15  <RabidFire>It was fine before though
17:51:19  <BrandonGriggs>AvianFlu: yeah, it's been up and down....it's back up for me now. What would be the cause of that?
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17:51:47  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: DNS resolving issues
17:51:55  <AvianFlu>could be one bad balancer... have you changed your own DNS lately?
17:53:12  <BrandonGriggs>no DNS changes. This happened a week or so ago and it ended up being a nodejitsu load balancing issue
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17:54:20  <doubletap>github appears to be down.
17:54:22  <beanz>anyone having database connection problems?
17:55:06  <AvianFlu>BrandonGriggs: I'll do a rolling balancer restart, I suspect there's one with bad cached data somehow
17:55:56  <BrandonGriggs>AvianFlu: ok, thanks
17:56:04  <beanz>connects locally, copy on nodejitsu can't connect to mongolab :(
17:56:39  <AvianFlu>beanz: are you by chance using version 1.1.8 of the mongodb driver?
17:56:48  <AvianFlu>cause it's broken on SunOS
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17:57:37  <beanz>i'm using 1.1.10
17:57:48  <beanz>seems to be an intermittent problem
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17:58:56  <blakmatrix>beanz can you conect with a local client?
17:59:13  <beanz>yup
17:59:33  <beanz>local copy connects to mongolab database fine
17:59:52  <beanz>deploy and I get a connection error on the remote logs
18:00:09  <AvianFlu>beanz: but it's not a 100% failure rate? it works sometimes?
18:00:16  <AvianFlu>what kind of error is it that you get
18:00:24  <tomshreds>Hey about the new pricing plans, will there be any way of testing stuff for free? Or we will have to pay? (I don't mind, I already pay full time for AWS) I'm just curious.
18:00:37  <yawnt>tomshreds: yes, there a 1 month trial
18:00:39  <beanz>seemed to stop working yesterday around this time and then came back online
18:00:43  <tomshreds>yawnt: fine thanks
18:00:57  <yawnt>tomshreds: it's called development sandbox.. more info at https://webops.jitsu.com
18:01:15  <blakmatrix>beanz: its working for me http://blakmatrix.mongolian-test.jit.su/ , I'm using mongolian to connect but that shouldnt be an issues
18:01:33  <blakmatrix>yawnt: do you still have your mongoose test app running?
18:01:44  <yawnt>blakmatrix: checking
18:02:08  <blakmatrix>beanz: have yo uchecked your app logs is there anything useful in there?
18:02:39  <yawnt>blakmatrix: no i don't
18:02:46  <yawnt>i can code one though
18:02:50  <yawnt>shouldn't take too long
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18:04:06  <beanz>error Wed, 10 Oct 2012 17:46:52 GMT Error: failed to connect to [alex.mongohq.com:10048] at Server.connect.connectionPool.on.server._serverState (/opt/haibu/apps/******/*****/package/node_modules/mongoose/node_modules/mongodb/lib/mongodb/connection/server.js:482:73) at EventEmitter.emit (events.js:115:20) at connection.on._self._poolState (/opt/haibu/apps/****/****/package/node_modules/mongoose/node_modules/mongodb/lib/mongodb/conne
18:04:20  <blakmatrix>Whoa buddy
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18:04:26  <blakmatrix>pleas put that in a gist
18:04:35  <blakmatrix>http://gist.github.com
18:04:39  <yawnt>that is exactly the error mongo 1.1.8 gives :\
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18:05:25  <blakmatrix>yawnt he said he was using 1.1.10
18:06:00  <yawnt>yeah i know
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18:06:57  <AvianFlu>so it's probably not fixed
18:07:00  <AvianFlu>1.1.7 will work I bet
18:07:18  <Fabryz>Hello
18:07:23  <yawnt>hai Fabryz
18:07:40  <chakrit>just got npm install error for sqlite3 again :/ hmmm...
18:08:20  <Fabryz>was reading the "Billing Migration Notice", I now have 16 repos on nodejitsu, what happens if I buy the small one? Do I get to select which ones to put a drone on? Will the other be erased?
18:08:33  <Fabryz>the small plan*
18:09:05  <jesusabdullah>Fabryz: yeah, you should be able to buy a small drone for each app
18:09:15  <yawnt>Fabryz: no, they won't, stopped apps can stay on nodejitsu
18:09:15  <jesusabdullah>Fabryz: apps that aren't paif for will just get turned off
18:09:21  <yawnt>and you pay for teh ones you want to run
18:09:21  <yawnt>:)
18:09:44  <chakrit>I was confused a bit by that too.
18:09:46  <Fabryz>alright
18:09:46  <jesusabdullah>chakrit: using sqlite on nodejitsu won't work well because you'll lose all your data between deploys
18:09:53  <Fabryz>so 1 drone = 1 application right?
18:09:59  <chakrit>jesusabdullah, that is fine as it's a static data.
18:10:01  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: yes
18:10:16  <Raynos>your credit card details submission form is slow
18:10:26  <chakrit>I thought I could bought a plan (like $7 small = 3 drones) and then distribute those drones to apps later.
18:10:43  <Fabryz>Think I will have to buy the Small plan for now, have 2 apps that must stay online
18:10:50  <blakmatrix>also 2-3-n drones can be provisioned for one app
18:10:54  <blakmatrix>or n apps heh
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18:11:56  <Fabryz>is it me or logging into the site is now very slow?
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18:12:40  <Raynos>i think the entire site is slow
18:12:48  <Raynos>probably because of the "fill out your profile" email blast?
18:14:09  <Fabryz>uhm
18:14:31  <Fabryz>I got redirected to https://webops.nodejitsu.com/apps/backtime with 403, backtime was an app that I restarted from the panels days ago
18:15:09  <Fabryz>I get 403 also on account
18:15:31  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: as do i because i downt own the account
18:15:37  <blakmatrix>is the app yours?
18:15:42  <Fabryz>it's mine
18:15:50  <blakmatrix>what is you username
18:15:53  <Fabryz>Fabryz
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18:16:34  <Fabryz>i'm logged on the site but it gives me 403 on /apps and /account
18:17:48  <Fabryz>what do?
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18:18:51  <chakrit>four deploys and still failing w/ sqlite3 :(
18:18:53  <Fabryz>jesusabdullah
18:18:55  <chakrit>https://gist.github.com/3867417 tips?
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18:19:44  <Fabryz>is it because i'm still on the "free plan" or what?
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18:20:21  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: i'm take a look
18:20:29  <Fabryz>blakmatrix ok
18:20:44  <snelis>hello
18:20:49  <yawnt>hi snelis
18:21:08  <yawnt>chakrit: looking.. i'll see what i can do
18:21:12  <snelis>Is there any progress on EU-amsterdam hosting ?
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18:23:18  <chakrit>the strange thing is that the app is still running fine (just new deploys not going up)
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18:23:29  <chakrit>guess I got locked into a bad drone when I switched to paid plans?
18:23:49  <panzi>you told me there will always be a minimal free plan but now I'm told I have to chose a payed plan! I simply do not have a credit card. It's not the money (3€/Month), it's that I have no way of paying it!
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18:24:32  <panzi>why can't I pay via bank transfer?
18:25:07  <blakmatrix>panzi: http://blog.nodejitsu.com/on-disrupting-pricing-models this was sent out 3 months ago
18:26:11  <snelis>how much traffic is included in a drone ?
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18:26:49  <blakmatrix>snelis: according to http://legal.nodejitsu.com/acceptable-use-policy 1TB
18:26:59  <blakmatrix> /mo
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18:27:47  <panzi>I never saw this and I even follow nodejitsu on twitter :/
18:27:55  <blakmatrix>panzi: just a thought hate to put you out, but when i go to the store there is always a rack with disposable credit cards
18:28:01  <panzi>however, I still can't pay this
18:28:07  <panzi>because I don't have a credit card
18:28:15  <panzi>I could pay via bank transfer
18:28:18  <blakmatrix>you of course have to pay for it in the store though
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18:30:40  <blakmatrix>I think debit cards work too, your bank doesnt give you debit card?
18:31:16  <mattfjacobs>does anyone else have problems deploying an app with canvas module as a dependency?
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18:31:43  <Fabryz>blakmatrix any news on my account?
18:32:21  <panzi>blakmatrix: I'll figure something out, but I never have seen such disposable credit cards at my local store here in Austria
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18:35:09  <panzi>(even though a lot of people have credit cards here in Austria you usually pay in cash)
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18:36:21  <anoemi>panzi: hey, so i hear there was some confusion around credit card details
18:36:29  <anoemi>anything i can do to help?
18:36:49  <anoemi>ok, guess not :)
18:36:57  <lpin>lol
18:37:34  <lpin>that guy is always a little upset
18:37:37  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: i'm tring to figure out if there is an issue
18:37:48  <Fabryz>blakmatrix ok
18:37:56  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: with your username being Fabryz vs fabryz
18:38:08  <Fabryz>HA
18:38:47  <Fabryz>well from console I should be fabryz actually. Why did it allow me to log with the other? (uppercase/lowercase conversion i guess)
18:38:55  <Fabryz>will logout and re try
18:39:31  <blakmatrix>curl -u <username>:<password> api.jit.su/apps/Fabryz/backtime
18:39:35  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: ^
18:39:47  <blakmatrix>would also be helpful
18:40:28  <Fabryz>logged in successfully with the "real" username
18:40:42  <Fabryz>can see the apps and account pages
18:40:47  <blakmatrix>so is that the issue
18:40:57  <blakmatrix>you logged in with Fabryz?
18:41:03  <blakmatrix>originally
18:41:21  <Fabryz>blakmatrix yes, that was the one with the issues
18:42:00  <blakmatrix>crazy
18:42:02  <blakmatrix>thanks
18:42:10  <blakmatrix>you had another issue/
18:42:12  <blakmatrix>?
18:42:21  <blakmatrix>sorry so much going on lol
18:44:37  <Fabryz>think i'm ok for now, going to buy the small plan
18:45:14  <Fabryz>also do you know why this year Nodejitsu is not sponsoring nodejsconf.it conference?
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18:45:57  <blakmatrix>not sure, might be because we're "booked thin"
18:46:09  <blakmatrix>anoemi: ^^
18:46:16  <sarajchipps>hi all
18:46:31  <yawnt>hai sarajchipps
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18:46:49  <anoemi>sarajchipps: hai!
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18:47:32  <sarajchipps>I just went to upgrade to one of the new paid accounts, and my email wasn't found…. I promise I have/had an account. Any thoughts?
18:47:51  <blakmatrix>anoemi: Fabryz asked "do you know why this year Nodejitsu is not sponsoring nodejsconf.it conference?" I thought you might be able to give him a better answer than i could
18:48:02  <yawnt>sarajchipps: did you try to login with your username?
18:48:07  <anoemi>Fabryz: we would have loved to! but too many confs, not enough money to put into confs. and because other people reached out earlier, it was partly first come first serve
18:48:21  <Fabryz>dang
18:48:30  <yawnt>Fabryz: i'll be at nodejsconf.it anyway
18:48:34  <yawnt>so will mmalecki
18:48:39  <Fabryz>nice :)
18:48:59  <sarajchipps> I wasn't sure that I remembered, so I thought I'd go through email. However it's possible they were never linked.
18:49:12  <sarajchipps>I will try all the usual.
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18:49:41  <anoemi>Fabryz: but we definitely want to talk to the organizing team next year, and the earlier ppl reach out the better
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18:50:15  <AvianFlu>sarajchipps: we can do a search if need be, pm me any likely emails if you don't figure it out yourself
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18:51:23  <Fabryz>blakmatrix there may be a bug on the /apps page
18:51:25  <Fabryz>hold
18:51:48  <sarajchipps>AvianFlu: no need, just found it, thank you!
18:52:03  <sarajchipps>have a good afternoon, all
18:52:07  <yawnt>you too :)
18:52:22  <Fabryz>blakmatrix confirm, I do not see few of my apps, they appear randomly
18:52:30  <Fabryz>they also happen to be on the lower side of the list
18:53:05  <Fabryz>CSS bug I guess, I see them on HTML
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18:53:27  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: Oh yes i discovered that one last night our devs are workign on it
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18:53:35  <blakmatrix>I have 40 aps btw :P
18:54:00  <blakmatrix>most are just testing though :P
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18:54:06  <Fabryz>so you don't see 28 of them? :)
18:54:13  <blakmatrix>basically haha
18:54:19  <`3rdEden>blakmatrix: that's gonna be once expensive bill in a month for you ;)
18:54:30  <Fabryz>eh now I must stop too many apps that I linked on my opensource github repos :(
18:54:34  <blakmatrix>lol
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18:54:50  <chakrit>ok after eight deploys sqlite3 is back to working again. =.=
18:55:31  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: , you might be able to keep some up for free we will look at our apps on a case by case basis if it is running OS code
18:55:37  <blakmatrix>OS = Open Source
18:55:50  <Fabryz>nice!
18:56:37  <blakmatrix>just send an e-mail to [email protected] whit the open source apps you would like us to host for free and why.. yada yada
18:57:28  <Fabryz>some old ones give "An error has occurred: {"bytesParsed":0,"code":"HPE_INVALID_CONSTANT"}" guess i need to refurbish some
18:57:29  <Fabryz>ok
18:58:22  <AvianFlu>Fabryz: that particular error
18:58:23  <Fabryz>will stop them for now and fix as soon as I have time to fix
18:58:26  <AvianFlu>means disable the flash fallback
18:58:28  <AvianFlu>in socket.io
18:58:33  <JeanSebTr>Hi! I've just read the Billing Migration Notice and tried to login to my account, but I only get 403 responses.
18:58:34  <Fabryz>ah, ok
18:58:45  <Fabryz>I HAVE A DEJA VU
18:59:19  <Fabryz>JeanSebTr tried with your username all in lowercase?
18:59:33  <Fabryz>to login*
18:59:38  <blakmatrix>yes lower case username
18:59:51  <blakmatrix>what is username btw so i can take a look
19:01:20  <JeanSebTr>Well, I probably used "JeanSebTr" with the uppercase letters and I seem to be logged in because /apps redirect me to /apps/{myAppName}
19:02:59  <JeanSebTr>hahaha! logout + login with lowercase did the trick !
19:03:09  <blakmatrix>just log in with jeansebtr, thats how it is in our DB, we're working on a fix for that
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19:04:04  <JeanSebTr>but still, I had a session with /apps redirecting me to /apps/myApp. That's funny :)
19:07:43  <Fabryz>think it autoselect the first app when going on /apps
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19:09:37  <blakmatrix>heh
19:11:30  <mmalecki>that mixed case username should be fixed folks
19:14:04  <blakmatrix>mmalecki: ++
19:14:04  <kohai>mmalecki has 127 beers
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19:15:28  <Fabryz>mmalecki I confirm
19:16:08  <Fabryz>now I will always log with the fancy FaBrYz
19:16:11  * mmaleckiis a happy puppy
19:16:23  <yawnt>no more sad pandas
19:16:27  <yawnt>only happy puppies
19:16:28  <yawnt>\ò/
19:16:28  <Fabryz>or fabryZ or even FABRYZ when angry
19:16:46  <Fabryz>how to ask kohai how much karma I have?
19:16:50  <mmalecki>Fabryz: ++
19:16:51  <kohai>Fabryz has 9 moustaches
19:16:53  <yawnt>lol
19:17:07  <yawnt>easy way
19:17:12  <Fabryz>ya :)
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19:34:43  <fooman>hey guys, love seeing the paid plans available -- if i sign up for the large individual plan that is 0.0042 per hour per drone, correct? so if i use 6 drones that is (6 * 730 hours/month) * 0.0042 = about $19/month ?
19:35:23  <AvianFlu>fooman: your math sounds pretty accurate to me
19:35:39  <fooman>awesome, love you guys so much
19:35:42  <fooman>thank you :)
19:35:47  <yawnt>:) thank you!
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19:37:43  <fooman>also, once i sign up for the paid plan, can i send my ssl certificate to support and have the implemented on my domains? it's a wildcard certificate that i use on 5 subdomain on my site
19:37:57  <fooman>and will it work with autoscale if more drones need to fire up?
19:38:20  <yawnt>yes
19:39:36  <fooman>i hope more people flock to nodejitsu now that these paid plans are out. for me, there was no going back. as soon as i ran jitsu deploy for the first time, i was done handling all the scaling issues myself
19:43:42  <fooman>and hey guys, just fyi the email receipt for signing up for the paid plan displays illegal characters on Apple Mail w/ Mountain Lion. looks like any of the unicode stuff, copyright symbol, etc... comes across as illegal character
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19:53:21  <jesusabdullah>unicode chars are illegal?
19:53:26  <jesusabdullah>weaksauce
19:53:30  <jesusabdullah>uber weaksauce
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19:57:52  <phillyDesignr>anyone have problems installing jitsu
19:58:01  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: hey
19:58:03  <yawnt>what's up?
19:58:13  <phillyDesignr>hey
19:58:31  <phillyDesignr>I keep getting error installing jisu
19:58:37  <yawnt>what's the error?
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19:59:17  <phillyDesignr>i had a previous version but couldn't delpoy googled the error it said upgrade jitsu now can't install
19:59:21  <phillyDesignr>one sec
19:59:27  <yawnt>sure
19:59:40  <phillyDesignr>there's a bunch i'll get the first
19:59:54  <prenders82>I'm having trouble uploading with a reference to Serialport - https://gist.github.com/3868012
19:59:54  <yawnt>can you paste everything here? http://gist.github.com
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20:00:24  <prenders82>At least it seems like serialport - any ideas?
20:00:38  <yawnt>why are you installing serialport?
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20:01:21  <phillyDesignr>https://gist.github.com/3868041
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20:01:23  <yawnt>prenders82: anyway can i see your package.json please? paste it in a gist
20:01:49  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: can you try to install without sudo?
20:02:00  <blissdev>i'm having issues with the web admin panel, was trying to setup billing and now I'm getting 403's
20:02:07  <phillyDesignr>i can't -g without sudo
20:02:55  <prenders82>+yawnt: https://gist.github.com/3868050
20:04:13  <yawnt>prenders82: why are you installing serialport?
20:04:20  <yawnt>also change socket.io to "https://github.com/LearnBoost/socket.io/tarball/master"
20:04:28  <mikevalstar>hey, quick question. Whats the standard with Nodejitsu for file storage? (basically i need to host images for a blog) ... can you just store to the filesystem, is there a storage limit? or should I be storing using a cloud service?
20:04:54  <yawnt>mikevalstar: there is a 2 GB limit
20:05:10  <yawnt>but a cloud service like S3 would be better, also for your app's performances
20:05:22  <prenders82>+yawnt: noduino project to control arduino via websockets
20:05:25  <mikevalstar>ok cool thanks
20:05:50  <yawnt>prenders82: change the socket.io part and try re-deploying please
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20:08:06  <phillyDesignr>yawnt: any ideas?
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20:08:35  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: how did you install nodejs?
20:08:42  <phillyDesignr>brew
20:08:46  <prenders82>+yawnt: what should I change it to?
20:08:46  <blakmatrix>phillyDesignr:
20:08:55  <yawnt>prenders82: https://github.com/LearnBoost/socket.io/tarball/master"
20:08:56  <blakmatrix>brew is not good for installing node
20:09:12  <blakmatrix>it wont link files correctly and makes you do more work
20:10:03  <blakmatrix>phillyDesignr: I would suggest removing node from brew then installing the node package from the http://nodejs.org website
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20:10:14  <blakmatrix>its relatively painless
20:10:48  <phillyDesignr>hmmm i just went through all these issues upgrading frojm 0.6.11
20:11:02  <phillyDesignr>with symlinks
20:11:11  <chrillo>is this the right place to ask for help when I can't login to the nodejitsu dashboard and it tells my username is unknown
20:11:36  <phillyDesignr>I'm affraid cause I just got everything working again and I'm not the most technically advanced
20:11:49  <blakmatrix>phillyDesignr: right... symlink hell :)
20:12:08  <blakmatrix>I use latest version of mac OSX
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20:12:37  <phillyDesignr>that's another thing I'm on 10.6.8
20:12:53  <blakmatrix>phillyDesignr: I dont bother with node on brew because its to complicated, and frankly the dmg is super simple
20:13:05  <prenders82>+yawnt: Same issue https://gist.github.com/3868102
20:13:16  <phillyDesignr>ok maybe i'll give it a try
20:13:31  <blakmatrix>phillyDesignr: make sure you remove it from brew first
20:13:41  <phillyDesignr>do i brew uninstall node
20:13:56  <blakmatrix>phillyDesignr: I hade a user yesterday get weird errors because it still had it
20:14:05  <blakmatrix>i believe its `brew remove node`
20:14:28  <phillyDesignr>will that take care of the symlink crap too
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20:14:37  <blakmatrix>do a `brew list` afterwards to make there is nothing node related left
20:14:47  <phillyDesignr>k ty
20:14:49  <prenders82>+yawnt: is that what you meant? https://gist.github.com/3868108
20:15:17  <ggoodman>hey guys, is it normal that my login credentials don't work on the new devops page?
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20:15:31  <ggoodman>sorry, webops
20:15:34  <yawnt>prenders82: looking
20:15:39  <blakmatrix>phillyDesignr: after that get the downloader from http://nodejs.org/download/
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20:16:05  <yawnt>prenders82: ok, we fix'd the socket.io error
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20:16:10  <yawnt>now it's time for serialport
20:16:18  <prenders82>awesome
20:16:19  <blakmatrix>ggoodman: check your Password in ~/.jitsuconf
20:17:10  <AvianFlu>prenders82: what are you trying to do with serialport on the server?
20:17:25  <ggoodman>blakmatrix: the gui is telling me that my username is not recognized
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20:17:50  <blakmatrix>ggoodman: using all lower case?
20:18:01  <blakmatrix>what is you username so i can take a look in our db
20:18:02  <prenders82>@AvianFlu: noduino project for controlling a remote arduino unit over websockets
20:18:20  <ggoodman>blakmatrix: weird... now it suddenly works
20:18:42  <`3rdEden>ggoodman: I pushed out fix for that a couple minutes ago, if webops.nodejitsu is still not working for you, give me a ping
20:18:48  <ggoodman>problem solved?!
20:18:52  <blakmatrix>ggoodman: might have gotten in as we were restarting or ushing out a fix
20:19:01  <blissdev>thanks for the fix, please disregard my support email
20:19:10  <AvianFlu>prenders82: yeah, it looks like this won't compile on smartOS
20:19:18  <AvianFlu>it's a linker problem most likely, or an include dir problem
20:19:23  <AvianFlu>maybe check the issue tracker for serialport
20:20:01  <prenders82>@AvianFlu: Right. I'll check... Thank you
20:20:36  <prenders82>+yawnt: Let me know if you come up with any further magic!
20:20:47  <ggoodman>cool, nice update to develop.jit.su guys
20:21:00  <yawnt>prenders82: well, if what serialport does
20:21:01  <`3rdEden>ggoodman: glad you like it :)
20:21:05  <yawnt>is try to read from the serial port
20:21:13  <yawnt>it fails cause there is none in the cloud obviously
20:21:42  <yawnt>i thought it was a way to communicate with your local serial port
20:21:43  <yawnt>over web sockets
20:21:52  <phillyDesignr>blakmatrix: uninstalled node from brew - installed from the package you suggested - tried again to install jitsu no luck
20:22:13  <blakmatrix>can you not sudo install ?
20:22:19  <phillyDesignr>mope
20:22:22  <phillyDesignr>mope
20:22:23  <blakmatrix>why not?
20:22:24  <prenders82>+yawnt: no actually... we're just sending data. Perhaps I can pull it out. It was included as standard with the noduino project
20:22:40  <yawnt>prenders82: try to pull it out
20:22:52  <yawnt>cause it's what is making the deploy fail
20:23:06  <prenders82>+yawnt: that makes sense. will do.
20:23:27  <phillyDesignr>https://gist.github.com/3868176
20:27:04  <blakmatrix>phillyDesignr: try running `sudo npm cache clear`
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20:28:51  <phillyDesignr>k its doing it seems to be taing a while
20:29:07  <phillyDesignr>k done
20:29:35  <phillyDesignr>try sudo npm install jitsu -g again?
20:30:20  <Sly>Farrin
20:31:09  <blakmatrix>yes
20:31:12  <phillyDesignr>k
20:32:23  <phillyDesignr>finally it worked! thanks man
20:32:29  <blakmatrix>np
20:32:35  <blakmatrix>glad its woking
20:32:50  <phillyDesignr>i'll have to remmeber that clear cache command
20:32:55  <blakmatrix>in the future just upgrade by downloading a new dmg file from the nodejs.org website
20:33:06  <phillyDesignr>will do
20:33:23  <phillyDesignr>no im going to try and deploy we'll see how that goes
20:33:23  <blakmatrix>phillyDesignr: if ou see a lot of 304s and having errors installing... npm clear chache :)
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20:42:14  <tazrover>deployed to nodejitsu, loaded app at subdomain and all worked fine. changed a few straightforward lines of html, deployed again, app won't load on subdomain. any ideas?
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20:42:51  <yawnt>tazrover: appname username?
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20:43:09  <phillyDesignr>blakmatrix: need your help again - error deploying - https://gist.github.com/3868282
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20:43:27  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: are you using mongodb?
20:43:39  <phillyDesignr>yep
20:43:51  <yawnt>can i see your package.json?
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20:44:02  <yawnt>please paste it here https://gist.github.com
20:44:10  <tazrover>yawnt: app name "application-name", username "trevormcleod"
20:44:20  <phillyDesignr>https://gist.github.com/3868293
20:45:19  <ralphtheninja>sup?
20:45:24  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: try this please .. cd into node_modules/mongoose
20:45:32  <yawnt>hey ralphtheninja , nice to see you here
20:45:34  <phillyDesignr>k
20:45:47  <ralphtheninja>hey man, thanks .. been lurking most of the time before :)
20:46:11  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: then edit mongodb in mongoose's package.json and set version to 1.1.7
20:46:18  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: then run npm install in mongoose folder
20:46:23  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: tell me when you're done :)
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20:48:01  <phillyDesignr>yawnt: finished
20:48:18  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: ok, now into your package.json .. in your app's directory
20:48:31  <phillyDesignr>k
20:48:35  <yawnt>add "bundledDependencies": ["mongoose"]
20:48:46  <yawnt>then save and try re-deploying
20:51:58  <ggoodman>yawnt: which version of mongoose is that hoop-jumping for?
20:52:01  <phillyDesignr>yawnt: cool it worked thanks - good to know for the future need to use mongodb 1.1.7 under mongoose
20:52:18  <yawnt>phillyDesignr: ^_^ nice
20:52:20  <yawnt>ggoodman: sorry?
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20:53:07  <ggoodman>yawnt: is it for all versions of mongoose that users need to force [email protected]?
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20:53:21  <yawnt>yeah
20:53:35  <yawnt>mongodb is having troubles running on SunOS lately =\
20:53:52  <yawnt>1.1.7 seems to work just fine though
20:53:55  <ralphtheninja>trying http CONNECT with e.g. 'curl -X connect localhost:4000' but the 'connect' event doesn't fire on the server, any ideas? https://gist.github.com/3868236
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20:55:35  <joemertz>Hi. I'm here about Ticket #11729. Is it a safe assumption that the same credentials I use with jitsu commands should work to log me into the nodejitsu web site?
20:55:45  <jesusabdullah>yes
20:56:17  <joemertz>In my case they don't. I can logout and login via jitsu. But cannot via the web site.
20:56:34  <jesusabdullah>Is your username mixed case?
20:56:51  <blakmatrix>joemertz: what is your username btw
20:56:54  <joemertz>joemertz
20:57:02  <joemertz>and that is what I use with jitsu.
20:57:03  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: can you investigate? I gotta step out
20:57:11  <joemertz>should I camel case it for the web site?
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20:57:38  <blakmatrix>no
20:58:03  <blakmatrix>can you refresh your cache and try logging in again
20:58:16  <joemertz>cache as in browser cache?
20:58:19  <blakmatrix>yes
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20:59:25  <tomshreds>Hi, I've been wondering. Is MongoDB databases free?
20:59:34  <tomshreds>As for redis and couchdb
20:59:49  <blakmatrix>tomshreds: yes all the ones under the databases tabs are free
21:00:04  <tomshreds>That's awesome. Well-done integration.
21:00:05  <blakmatrix>they are limited though to the free version
21:00:08  <tomshreds>ok
21:00:32  <tomshreds>If we ever "surpass" the free limits? We create an account with let's say MongoHQ for a bigger plan?
21:00:38  <yawnt>yes
21:01:07  <tomshreds>good thanks
21:01:22  <tomshreds>I'm starting to think I'll be able to switch from AWS. This is awesome.
21:01:44  <yawnt>:)
21:03:06  <tomshreds>Any plans of hard-disk access? I mainly host stuff on S3 but let's say we store uploaded images on nodejitsu? would it be possible?
21:04:21  <joemertz>cleared cache, saved passwords, cookies, everything. restarted chrome. tried again. authorization failed.
21:04:33  <yawnt>tomshreds: sure! we provide a 2 gb disk space
21:05:07  <tomshreds>wow this is great. but no sftp access or something? if we ever need to check things out on the disk when we're live?
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21:05:17  <yawnt>tomshreds: no sftp :P
21:05:49  <tomshreds>Something else to check stuff out? At worst we can build a node-based file manager to check stuff so that's a point.
21:06:24  <tomshreds>I gotta say, this channel is the best piece of marketing of Nodejitsu. Everytime I get in here I get super fast reponse (Y)
21:07:12  <yawnt>tomshreds: well, if you need serious file hosting
21:07:23  <yawnt>i'd advise to use S3 or similar services
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21:07:32  <tomshreds>I guess I'll simply move the rest of my stuff to S3, you are right
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21:07:45  <yawnt>if it's just for basic images, css, and javascript
21:07:49  <yawnt>nodejitsu will do
21:07:50  <yawnt>:)
21:08:14  <tomshreds>I have 3 little website that didn't need all the S3 power, so I did it simply by hosting statically stuff in the app itself. But I'll update them to support S3
21:08:15  <tomshreds>ok
21:08:17  <tomshreds>Perfect, thx
21:08:53  <yawnt>tomshreds: for serious file hosting i mean like, your users upload documents
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21:21:41  <joemertz>mmalecki: are you on this channel also? I just sent you an email.
21:22:57  <joemertz>I also have a question about the free-level account. I was about to send 27 students to sign up so as to host their node projects. Is that still an option? And for only 30 days or longer?
21:24:52  <mmalecki>joemertz: sure I am
21:25:59  <anoemi>joemertz: heya!
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21:27:11  <anoemi>joemertz: so they can definitely host for 30 days for free
21:28:13  <joemertz>then after 30 days? Do they have to pay? Do you have some academic program that can last a semester?
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21:28:51  <anoemi>unfortunately we don't have anything like that set up yet
21:29:07  <anoemi>we've worked really hard to make hosting really cheap $3/drone
21:29:33  <anoemi>we can't really do free
21:29:57  <yawnt>joemertz: you're a teacher and you make your students use nodejs?
21:29:57  <anoemi>but if your students had trouble with that, there might be some bulk arrangement we could make
21:30:00  <joemertz>Certainly cheap. The cost is not too much the concern. Assuming a credit card is a little less clear.
21:30:10  <blakmatrix>we do have FOSS but we do that on a case by case basis
21:30:14  <anoemi>joemertz: that makes sense
21:30:24  <jesusabdullah>joemertz: didn't I talk to you about all this over email?
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21:31:26  <joemertz>Not that I recall.
21:31:36  <jesusabdullah>maybe one of your students
21:31:58  <joemertz>That could be. I have very industrious TAs. I wouldn't be surprised if they have been doing research.
21:32:13  <blakmatrix>joemertz: what is your class?
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21:32:23  <jesusabdullah>If this is a college course, you could just tell your students to suck it up and shell out their $3.00
21:32:31  <jesusabdullah>I often had to pay lab fees
21:32:37  <jesusabdullah>that doesn't seem out of the question here
21:32:41  <joemertz>http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/course/67-328/
21:32:43  <jesusabdullah>just a suggestion
21:33:11  <jesusabdullah>okay, that's a pretty cool class
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21:33:47  <joemertz>Thanks. Going well so far. Last year had to patch together our own shared server. Looking forward to better solutions this year.
21:34:11  <yawnt>joemertz: just.. congratulations! i'm a student myself and we're stuck with plain old java
21:34:32  <Fabryz>hello, issues on the site? Pressed the Activate Small plan to see if there were other infos and went on "An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNRESET"}"
21:34:43  <joemertz>I also teach a course with JEE. This is more fun. :-)
21:34:47  <yawnt>haha
21:35:27  <anoemi>joemertz: so can you drop me a line over email and let me know the number of students and the timeframe you were looking at?
21:35:34  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: does it do it again ?
21:36:15  <anoemi>joemertz: we're not totally set up for it, but its great that you're teaching node in school, would be great to figure out a way to help
21:36:32  <Fabryz>blakmatrix it hanged loading
21:36:59  <Fabryz>it will ask confirmation before actually activating it, right?
21:37:45  <Fabryz>500 on /apps
21:38:03  <Fabryz>and back again
21:38:14  <joemertz>sure. I'll email you. where?
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21:43:30  <jesusabdullah>joemertz: try [email protected] /cc anoemi ;)
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21:48:09  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: should be better now
21:49:36  <Fabryz>blakmatrix ok
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21:50:16  <yawnt>deoxxa: ping
21:50:26  <dragon>In node-http-proxy, what's the best way to createServer() to add a mapping after calling listen()?
21:50:30  <deoxxa>yawnt: pong
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21:50:56  <yawnt>deoxxa: watch what i just tweeted you
21:51:43  <deoxxa>lol yeah
21:51:52  <deoxxa>koalas will mess you up
21:51:58  <Fabryz>blakmatrix was looking at https://webops.nodejitsu.com/account/new/small is it supposed Not to pre-fill out all the credit card fields that I already set on my account page?
21:52:19  <yawnt>deoxxa: I MEAN
21:52:22  <yawnt>LOOK AT THE JEANS!
21:52:36  <deoxxa>dude have you seen their claws?
21:52:43  <blakmatrix>yawnt: I would have drop kicked the mofo once it went for my leg
21:53:13  <blakmatrix>cute cuddly endangered... i dont care, self defense lol
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21:53:33  <deoxxa>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVgiG7_Ey9k this is so accurate
21:53:58  <deoxxa>blakmatrix: good luck, those things are so stoned all the time they wouldn't realise you were kicking them. they'd just bite harder.
21:54:15  <bengourley>Hey, just got a pricing question if anyone's around
21:54:24  <yawnt>bengourley: yes?
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21:55:02  <blakmatrix>Fabryz: it "saves" your info, i know its handled through chargify's api so nothing fish is going on
21:55:33  <yawnt>deoxxa: i laughing so hard right now
21:55:44  <bengourley>I want to have multiple apps on a developer account. Is the price of 'Large' per hour per app? And does it just charge you more if you deploy multiple apps?
21:55:51  <Fabryz>blakmatrix, also on Chrome the Save button overlaps the other red one
21:56:04  <blakmatrix>yeah lol
21:56:56  <blakmatrix>i think the devs have gone out for the day, but i'll sort out a list
21:56:58  <Fabryz>blakmatrix ah so you mean it's supposed to not refill it?
21:57:48  <blakmatrix>umm i dunno lol it "fills" it with placeholder text... like its the default, greyed out
21:58:05  <blakmatrix>if its filled out then i suspect its somethign whit your chrome filing it out
21:58:32  <Fabryz>ya there's the placeholder, so expected
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21:58:56  <Fabryz>ù
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21:59:10  <Fabryz>I had another question, but I forgot. welp
21:59:25  <blakmatrix>lol
21:59:32  <yawnt>bengourley: yes
21:59:40  <yawnt>per hour per drone :)
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22:01:17  <bengourley>yawnt: so if you ended up having 5 drones, in a month of 30 days you would pay 0.0042 * 24 * 30 * 5 = $15.12… which is i guess why the regular package @ $11 is recommended?
22:01:57  <yawnt>yep :D
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22:03:05  <bengourley>Cool, ok. Is it simple to change package?
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22:11:13  <mmalecki>bengourley: yeah, you just click `upgrade` iirc
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22:15:23  <tomshreds>Hey, somebody could explain to me what's the large plan? $0.0042 / HOUR
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22:23:01  <CoverSlide>42 microdollars per hour. what's confusing about that
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22:25:58  <Leo__>Hello, could i ask help on a node.js subject?
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22:31:14  <tomshreds>CoverSlide: yes but for how many drones?
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22:37:22  <blakmatrix>the drones are unlimited, its essentially 3$dron/month
22:37:36  <blakmatrix>large is ther so you can make however many apps you want
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22:44:30  <Leo__>Does anybody know how i can attach a id to each http.request() i make? Cause i make lots of http.requests for a single web page to be processed, how can i know when to res.end()?
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22:51:14  <tazrover>locally everything works fine. when i deploy, the browser can't get my home view. my app is listening on port 8080. any suggestions?
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22:59:41  <blakmatrix>Leo__: I am confused
23:00:12  <blakmatrix>tazrover: what is your site?
23:00:45  <tazrover>blakmatrix: mcleod.jit.su
23:01:09  <blakmatrix>tazrover: that's a router error
23:01:39  <blakmatrix>without knowing more about the code your app uses i'm afraid i cant be of much help
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23:02:33  <tazrover>blakmatrix: any idea why it would work locally, but not once I deploy?
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23:03:25  <raadad>hello
23:03:25  <blakmatrix>could be a number of reasons, the first one comming to mind is lack of dependencies
23:03:37  <blakmatrix>2nd would be enviroment variable settings
23:04:13  <raadad>im getting the socket hang up error :( my user name is raadad, and im a njitsu virgin :(
23:06:03  <raadad>@dscape, I saw you had the same issue, and it was posted on stack overflow , i however do not use any < 1024 ports and dont use more than 50mb :(
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23:07:49  <blakmatrix>raadad: can you give me a gist of the output
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23:08:59  <raadad_>https://gist.github.com/3869131
23:09:20  <raadad_>thanks for the help blak
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23:10:04  <raadad_>is it becuase i have not included any dependancies in my package.json?
23:10:49  <tazrover>blakmatrix: thx. my start file is https://gist.github.com/3869124
23:12:15  <blakmatrix>raadad: that could be entirely the case
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23:15:47  <tomshreds>i love you warn: Your package.json version will be incremented for you automatically
23:17:38  <tomshreds>Hey guys, is it normal that most of the time when I deploy I get "error: Error: socket hang up"
23:17:46  <tomshreds>And I retry with the same build and it works.
23:18:31  <blakmatrix>tazrover: I dont see anywhere where you are defining /
23:19:46  <blakmatrix>tazrover: it also looks pretty complex using express and then binding now.js to the server, I'd suggest finding an exapmle that does wat you want first then build off of that.
23:20:00  <blakmatrix>i dont have any nowjs/express examples
23:20:09  <blakmatrix>but i do have an express/ soket.io
23:20:33  <blakmatrix>tazrover: check this out https://github.com/nodeapps/boilerplates/tree/master/socket.io
23:21:37  <tazrover>blakmatrix: the index = require('./routes/index') is requiring this function https://gist.github.com/3869180
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23:22:29  <tazrover>yeah I read somewhere that nowjs and express don't play well together, but can't remember why and was confused why it worked locally but not after deploy
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23:25:29  <mikeschinkel>I'm building a services that would let others run sandboxed scripts. What would happen is they upload a script that does an infinite loop, such as while(1)? Does Nodejistsu have any way to detect and terminate such a process?
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23:28:26  <blakmatrix>mikeschinkel: ummm... I'd say no.... we dont do runtime inspection
23:28:37  <tazrover>blakmatrix: i was only using nowjs because if was looking for an easy way to call server functions from the client.
23:28:40  <blakmatrix>mikeschinkel: if the app crashes though we can detect that
23:30:56  <blakmatrix>tazrover: dnode is really good for that
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23:33:01  <tazrover>blakmatrix: planning to switch to diode asap:) but wanted to get this sucker working before I swap out nowjs. do you think now is causing my issue? i feel like im defining / properly ?
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23:35:47  <nmanousos>congrats on turning on billing - i just signed up for a micro plan :)
23:35:52  <nmanousos>question regarding mongohq db's
23:36:08  <nmanousos>is there a way to log in to mongohq.com and see the mongodb that i created via nodejitsu?
23:36:24  <nmanousos>maybe some way to associate that db with my mongohq account?
23:38:59  <blakmatrix>tazrover: just put that external declaration right in the startfile
23:39:35  <blakmatrix>app.get('/', (){...} );
23:40:51  <blakmatrix>nmanousos: unfortuneatly not since they are all provisioned under the same username
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23:44:26  <tazrover>blakmatrix: awesome! works fine now. why is how I had it an issue?
23:44:41  <tazrover>blakmatrix: thank you!
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23:45:50  <blakmatrix>tazrover: the way you were doing it I think declared that route async... so by the time the server started that module might not have gotten called
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23:47:06  <blakmatrix>whic could explain why it worked localy and not on our systems
23:47:12  <blakmatrix>just the execution of things
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23:49:03  <tazrover>blakmatrix: wow. was not expecting that. first async gotcha. thx again!
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23:53:55  <nmanousos>blakmatrix: no prob - thx. what if my db gets huge tho and i need to set up a plan w/ mongohq? should i create a new db with them and migrate?
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23:55:58  <mikeschinkel>blakmatrix Sorry, had to go away for a while. The question is, what will happen if I run while(1) on your servers? Will it DDoS your services, or will the app crash? I don't want to try it for obvious reasons.
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23:59:07  <mmalecki>mikeschinkel: nothing bad will happen
23:59:17  <mmalecki>I doubt the app would even crash
23:59:33  <mmalecki>ddos wouldn't obviously happen due to a distributed nature of nodejitsu