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01:40:11  <Harmonius>Hey guys I have a problem setting my password with jitsu on lion osx terminal, when I run the command emailed to me, it crashes. any help?
01:40:28  <Sly>Harmonius: gist the output that you see when you run jitsu.
01:40:32  <Sly>http://gist.github.com
01:42:16  <Harmonius>here's what it output in my terminal: https://gist.github.com/4083157
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01:42:46  <Sly>Harmonius: what version of Node and Jitsu are you using?
01:42:49  <Sly>npm -v
01:42:50  <Sly>jitsu -v
01:42:52  <Sly>Er
01:42:53  <Sly>*node -v
01:42:54  <Sly>Not npm
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01:43:28  <Harmonius>jitsu 0.11.3, node v0.6.13
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01:43:39  <Sly>Oh, wow.
01:43:41  <Sly>Upgrade Node.
01:43:54  <Harmonius>aww okay, was not aware that I had old version
01:44:12  <Sly>Yeah, they're on 0.8.x stable, 0.9.x-pre on Github.
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01:45:04  <Harmonius>hey when I do sudo npm update node -g it doesn't do anything
01:45:19  <Sly>Can't install node with NPM.
01:45:23  <Harmonius>oh?
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01:45:26  <Sly>https://nodejs.org
01:45:29  <Harmonius>riiight
01:45:37  <Sly>Er.
01:45:40  <Sly>http://nodejs.org
01:45:42  <Harmonius>lol thanks
01:45:43  <Sly>Forgot they don't have HTTPS running.
01:46:25  <Harmonius>k thanks for the help
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01:55:23  <mdedetrich>yo peeps
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02:30:37  <jmhmd>Hi, I just joined nodejitsu, and I have a question about the npm package htmltidy that doesn't appear to work on sunos.
02:30:51  <jmhmd>here is the package: https://npmjs.org/package/htmltidy
02:31:35  <jmhmd>there are binaries for windows, linux, and darwin, but my googling for a precompiled sunos binary has come up empty. Any thoughts, or am I stuck for now?
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02:52:56  <Sly>Hey, mdedetrich.
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03:32:09  <mdedetrich>Sly: yo
03:32:27  <Sly>mdedetrich: How are you?
03:32:38  <mdedetrich>eh a lot of stuff going on atm
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03:36:14  <jmhmd>Anyone know if nodejitsu has a html tidy installation?
03:36:17  <matt1337357>hey guys - i have a quick question: how do I set the number of drones for a single application?
03:36:37  <matt1337357>I feel like it should be obvious... but I didn't get an answer from google
03:36:40  <Sly>matt1337357: jitsu apps setdrones <app name> <drone amount>
03:36:47  <matt1337357>Sly: thanks
03:41:08  <InspiredJW>Sly: I couldn't find "jitsu apps setdrones" documentation anywhere
03:41:14  <InspiredJW>Where can I find that?
03:42:02  <InspiredJW>oh.. it's added in new "jitsu"
03:42:08  <InspiredJW>It wasn't there before :)
03:42:10  <Sly>InspiredJW: I'm not sure if it was documented in the README yet. You can use `jitsu help` though.
03:42:17  <InspiredJW>yeah
03:42:31  <InspiredJW>When I was using 0.11.0, there wasn't
03:42:44  <InspiredJW>how can I check latest version of certain package in npm?
03:43:04  <Sly>That you have installed, or in the registry?
03:44:09  <InspiredJW>in the registry (npm package)
03:44:40  <Sly>npm show <package> version
03:45:23  <InspiredJW>oh
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03:45:51  <InspiredJW>And I have found that npm outdated works as well
03:46:00  <InspiredJW>comparing installed one and the package one
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04:02:21  <mdedetrich>@jheusala: what exactly do you mean
04:02:26  <mdedetrich>woops
04:02:43  <mdedetrich>jmhmd: what exactly do you mean
04:02:55  <coderarity>InspiredJW: I added it to the documentation, be sure to be up to date
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04:11:55  <jmhmd>so I have an app that has https://npmjs.org/package/htmltidy as a dependency. That package includes some precompiled binaries of html tidy for several OS's.
04:12:27  <jmhmd>Wondering if there is a binary accessible for nodejitsu as the precompiled one doesn't work
04:12:43  <coderarity>it doesn't say it supports solaris, and that's what we're running
04:13:36  <coderarity>idk why it doesn't just build itself, though
04:15:13  <jmhmd>It uses http://tidy.sourceforge.net/, i think. Is there a way to build from source for solaris? That sounds painful.
04:15:50  <coderarity>says 404
04:16:04  <coderarity>oh, commalol
04:16:22  <coderarity>jmhmd: just write a node-gyp file for it
04:16:54  <jmhmd>googling...
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04:17:31  <coderarity>http://tidy.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/tidy/tidy/build/readme.txt
04:17:44  <coderarity>should help you know how to write it
04:18:35  <jmhmd>sweet, i'll give it a shot, thanks
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04:43:10  <jmhmd>does node-gyp work for building old code bases written in C? I mean, tidy was last updated looks like 4-5 years ago.
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05:20:11  <Nodejitsu-Github>[node-http-proxy] mmalecki pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/TbBLkQ
05:20:11  <Nodejitsu-Github>node-http-proxy/master 22639b3 Maciej Małecki: [dist] Bump version to 0.8.5
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05:21:54  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/node-http-proxy#65 (master - 22639b3 : Maciej Małecki): The build passed.
05:21:54  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy/compare/8a88774ecf85...22639b378189
05:21:54  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy/builds/3223072
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06:14:39  <deoxxa>1) breakfast
06:14:42  <deoxxa>2) paris
06:14:49  <Sly>3) come to my house
06:14:52  <deoxxa>- a todo list, by deoxxa
06:14:56  <deoxxa>you live in paris?
06:14:56  <Sly>And sly
06:15:06  <Sly>No, but you can always come after you go to Paris. :D
06:15:11  <coderarity>i think sly did at least 1/3 of the work
06:15:21  <deoxxa>lol
06:15:32  <deoxxa>Sly: if it's somewhere between paris and amsterdam, sure!
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06:15:45  <Sly>deoxxa: no where close.. but we can pretend!
06:15:51  <deoxxa>:<
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06:17:41  <Sly>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGwPSPIhohk
06:17:44  <Sly>Music for everyone. :D
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07:45:09  <alucardX>morning
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08:05:40  <mmalecki>ircretary: tell avianflu that I'm going to kill you in a rather unpleasant way
08:05:41  <ircretary>mmalecki: I'll be sure to tell avianflu
08:06:29  <yawnt>mmalecki: ah did i tell you that i got your message fmro 27th oct a couple days ago?
08:06:40  <yawnt>i guess ircretary was lagging fairly decently D:
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08:56:17  <booyaa>ircretary: tell mmalecki lulz
08:56:18  <ircretary>booyaa: I'll be sure to tell mmalecki
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08:56:31  <booyaa>rawesomes
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08:57:48  <mmalecki>ircretary: notes
08:58:06  <mmalecki>booyaa: yeah lulz
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09:29:04  <feklee>All my apps are down: 404
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09:29:52  <mmalecki>feklee: hm, what's your username?
09:30:54  <feklee>mmalecki: feklee
09:31:39  <mmalecki>feklee: realitybuilder.com is up forme
09:31:54  <feklee>mmalecki: What about sq.rotogame.com?
09:32:03  <mmalecki>feklee/realitybuilder is stopped
09:32:06  <mmalecki>looking
09:32:29  <mmalecki>it's stopped
09:32:50  <feklee>Less than an hour ago, I got a message that payment failed. So likely that's related.
09:33:02  <feklee>But you cannot just shut down all my apps due to a payment glitch.
09:33:20  <feklee>Every professional providere (known to me) offers a grace period at least of some days.
09:33:28  <mmalecki>chjj: ^ we should introduce a grace period
09:33:30  <feklee>Typically a week or two.
09:33:45  <feklee>The question is: What can I do now?
09:34:23  <mmalecki>sorry for the problems. we'll fix it, in the meantime I'll just give you credit to run those apps :)
09:34:50  <feklee>mmalecki: Great!
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09:47:46  <feklee>mmalecki: Please let me know when the sq.rotogame.com can be started again. In the meantime, I'll contact my bank.
09:48:51  <mmalecki>feklee: sure. I'll start it - chargify is getting extra slow today
09:48:58  <mmalecki>also, please see your pm :)
09:52:01  <nathan7>Hey earthlings
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10:04:16  <feklee>mmalecki: PM by email or via IRC msg? (didn't get any)
10:04:32  <mmalecki>IRC message
10:04:36  <mmalecki>oh, weird
10:05:07  <mmalecki>feklee: at any rate, I gave you 3 months of the small plan :)
10:05:44  <mmalecki>now I'm attempting to make chargify work with that subscription again
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10:08:16  <Nodejitsu-Github>[nodejitsu-api] 3rd-Eden created webops (+1 new commit): http://git.io/P2q7-Q
10:08:16  <Nodejitsu-Github>nodejitsu-api/webops ddd5933 3rd-Eden: [copy] The API isn't only used in `Jitsu` but also other applications such as webops...
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10:08:24  <feklee>mmalecki: I'm using an EMACS IRC client. Maybe that't the problem.
10:09:08  <feklee>mmalecki: Anyway, thanks a lot! Nodejitsu's support is a pleasure. :-)
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10:12:30  <rvagg>of course Emacs has an IRC client.... goodness
10:12:59  <mmalecki>feklee: there we go. I forced application start.
10:13:05  <mmalecki>should be up now :)
10:13:37  <mmalecki>also, thanks, great to hear that you like our support
10:13:56  <feklee>mmalecki: Works! :-)
10:14:38  <mmalecki>awesome
10:15:24  <deoxxa>i hate your support :<
10:15:30  <deoxxa>they're so mean to me
10:15:35  <feklee>rvagg: In defense of that client: It works amazingly well! Only the msg didn't pop up into my face like in other IRC clients. So I first had to search it in my buffers list.
10:15:43  <yawnt>especially because they don't cook kangaroos for breakfast
10:15:45  <yawnt>right deoxxa ?
10:15:49  <deoxxa>exactly!
10:16:06  <mmalecki>oh yeah, we have to work on cooking kangaroos for breakfast
10:16:15  <mmalecki>our support doesn't have enough experience here
10:16:19  <yawnt>it's planned
10:16:24  <mmalecki>deoxxa: now I have to cook pasta :<
10:16:31  <yawnt>with kangaroo pesto
10:16:44  <deoxxa>sucked in
10:16:51  <yawnt>OH
10:16:57  <yawnt>VIVO TAB IS OUT
10:17:17  <deoxxa>hen again, i'm stuck at montpellier train station for the next... hour or so
10:17:22  <deoxxa>so i guess you kind of win
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10:18:10  <rvagg>Mikeal yesterday: "I'm so f&^$ing annoyed that I haven't seen a single kangaroo yet"
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10:18:22  <yawnt>deoxxa: where are you going next?
10:18:46  <deoxxa>paris
10:18:58  <yawnt>have fun
10:18:59  <deoxxa>rvagg: he just needs to drive 20 minutes out of the city
10:19:07  <deoxxa>yawnt: i hope i will!
10:19:18  <yawnt>paris is nice
10:19:31  <feklee>deoxxa: Are you on 3G?
10:19:32  <mmalecki>I hope they have vodka ._.
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10:19:47  <yawnt>mmalecki: are you going to be in paris when deoxxa is there?
10:19:53  <mmalecki>yawnt: nope
10:19:56  <yawnt>:(
10:20:00  <deoxxa>feklee: nope, cracked a wep network
10:20:06  <yawnt>i wanted you to slap him for me
10:20:12  <yawnt>"italian breakfast is better"
10:20:14  <yawnt>but ok
10:20:14  <mmalecki>nathan7: so yo, I'll be in Amsterdam in January
10:20:37  <deoxxa>i'm going to be there on like monday :o
10:20:43  <mmalecki>exact date unknown
10:20:46  <yawnt>i am there now
10:20:47  <yawnt>:O
10:20:52  <yawnt>nah, just kiddin
10:20:52  <nathan7>mmalecki: Awesome
10:21:08  <feklee>deoxxa: Did that a lot of times in Spain, but not possible in German anymore.
10:21:09  <nathan7>deoxxa: coo'
10:21:25  <nathan7>If I trip over my dick at my front door, I am at Schiphol
10:21:34  <deoxxa>heh
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10:21:56  <feklee>deoxxa: Last time in France, I got an Orange prepaid SIM, with a 1GB data option for 9EUR.
10:22:16  <yawnt>that's expensive :\
10:22:30  <feklee>The cheapest you get in France.
10:22:39  <nathan7>That's not too bad
10:23:08  <deoxxa>yeah that's actually pretty good...
10:23:13  <nathan7>Here you pay 10EUR/mo or more for 1GB if you're not awesome like me
10:23:18  <feklee>Only it only worked for browsing in my phone. Tethering didn't work, at least not out of the box.
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10:23:31  <deoxxa>my phone costs like $60/month and i only get 1GB transfer
10:23:44  <yawnt>here you can get 10 GB with 20 euros / month
10:24:09  * nathan7has ∞ GB for 10 eur/mo
10:24:23  <deoxxa>cheater!
10:24:38  <nathan7>You can't get this subscription anymore though
10:24:39  <yawnt>i cant' see that symbol because utf8 is broken in this vps
10:24:44  <yawnt>and i'm not in the mood to fix it
10:24:45  <yawnt>lol
10:24:45  <nathan7>yawnt: infinity!
10:24:56  <yawnt>nice
10:24:59  <deoxxa>$ LANG=en_US.UTF8 irssi
10:25:04  <nathan7>It's pretty good because I tend to forget to switch to wifi
10:25:10  <yawnt>deoxxa: yeah but i'd have to reboot
10:25:11  <nathan7>and my home intertube has been acting weird
10:25:18  <yawnt>lose my super record of uptime
10:25:23  <yawnt>oh whatever
10:25:26  <nathan7>hmm
10:25:27  <yawnt>brb fixing utf
10:25:38  <nathan7>My longest uptime was on my WRT54GL
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10:25:57  <nathan7>which was up for a year before I had to move it to a different wall socket because someone moved the printer
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10:26:19  <yawnt>test utf8 guys
10:26:42  <yawnt>i mean.. say something dammit
10:26:53  <nathan7>
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10:26:57  <yawnt>thanks
10:27:10  <feklee>nathan7: I'm just about to replace the WRT54GL today (for some probably crappy German Telekom device)...
10:27:29  <nathan7>feklee: :(
10:27:48  <nathan7>That router is the most happifying router I ever bought
10:27:55  <nathan7>There's nothing quite like the joy of embedded Linux
10:27:56  <yawnt>i want an asus N55
10:28:04  <yawnt>it's like a star trek space ship
10:28:06  <yawnt>inside a router
10:28:12  <yawnt>it even has a dual core processor
10:28:18  <nathan7>o:
10:28:38  <nathan7>Linky?
10:28:46  <yawnt>http://www.asus.it/Networks/ADSL_Modem_Routers/DSLN55U_Annex_A/
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10:29:06  <feklee>nathan7: Hm, maybe we should continue using it. But the new device has everything in one (we needed a new modem).
10:29:06  <yawnt>it has torrent download integrated, two usb ports
10:29:11  <yawnt>i bet it can even make coffee
10:30:24  <nathan7>feklee: I used to run a shitty Speedlink set up to DMZ to my Atom box which I used as router
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10:31:01  <nathan7>feklee: no DHCP on the speedlink, Atom box had a static 10.0.0.0/8 address, it served DHCP on 192.168.1.0/8
10:31:36  <nathan7>feklee: The WRT54GL just was an 802.11 to ethernet bridge
10:32:22  <nathan7>feklee: I had a setup without the Atom box and the WRT54GL as router with the Speedlink DMZ'd to it before I got the Atom box
10:32:37  <nathan7>And now I have a Fritzbox which we got for free and I care less about network stuff
10:33:36  <feklee>nathan7: I'll give the new all-in-one a chance. Can still revert to the WRT54GL for wifi.
10:34:56  <nathan7>feklee: mhm
10:35:14  <nathan7>Also, yay, my nodestuff VPS is up again after a failed experiment
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10:35:29  <nathan7>Modern Arch with systemd doesn't like really old kernels and/or OpenVZ
10:36:27  <feklee>nathan7: Which VPS do you use for Arch?
10:36:42  <feklee>Recently thought about trying out Arch.
10:36:44  <nathan7>feklee: I was trying to get Arch onto Afterburst's machines
10:36:48  <nathan7>I <3 Arch
10:37:02  <nathan7>But heck, Debian will do for serving up my shit
10:37:16  <feklee>nathan7: Arch looks interesting. I ran Slackware for some years, but upgrades were always a pain.
10:37:38  <feklee>Like the rolling release idea, and simplicity.
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10:38:26  <nathan7>feklee: The simplicity is where it really shines to me
10:38:37  <nathan7>Latest stuff is cool, it breaks sometimes, but the simplicity saves the day there too
10:39:01  <zeuslalkaka>hey, I think you guys unpublished flatiron 0.2.9. I see it as a tag, as well as my old flatiron installation, but now if I try to install that version it cannot find it and it is not listed in the
10:39:16  <nathan7>I used to be a Debian fanboy but I constantly needed to google this and google that and find some obscure thing
10:39:17  <zeuslalkaka>releases section of 'npm info flatiron'
10:40:29  <zeuslalkaka>versions section*
10:43:41  <nathan7>Arch is simple enough that either some fucked up the same way and posted about it or it's really obvious
10:45:11  <zeuslalkaka>Soo was there any reason why you guys unpublished flatiron 0.2.9?
10:46:47  <yawnt>zeuslalkaka: i think there was a problem with `st`, not sure though
10:47:06  <zeuslalkaka>`st`?
10:47:13  <yawnt>isaacs/st
10:47:31  <zeuslalkaka>ahh oaky
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12:17:18  <jfroma>hi
12:17:30  <jfroma>how do i change the amount of drones in an application from the cli?
12:24:46  <mmalecki>jitsu apps setdrones
12:25:01  <jfroma>thanks yes! just found in the code hhehe
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14:09:52  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/forever-monitor#11 (master - a3d974e : Maciej Małecki): The build passed.
14:09:52  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/forever-monitor/compare/5521fb635c97...a3d974e564e5
14:09:52  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/forever-monitor/builds/3227922
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15:07:09  <sandfox>anyone else getting some deploy errors with jitsu?
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15:13:34  <sandfox>anyone here?
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15:18:52  <mmalecki>yes, sup?
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15:19:57  <sandfox>mmalecki: getting deploy errors and connection refused problems with jitsu when deploying: https://gist.github.com/26ccd2f0b889728d59fd
15:21:11  <mmalecki>sandfox: please try `jitsu apps start`
15:21:34  <mmalecki>it's rackspace failing to store our snapshot. we'll be removing cloudfiles from our stack due to these error soon
15:22:30  <sandfox>ok, that seems to have started it, does this mean the latest uploaded version is currently running?
15:22:37  <mmalecki>yes
15:23:44  <sandfox>rockstar, thanks
15:24:00  <mmalecki>pleasure :)
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16:18:06  <vekexasia>Hi everybody.
16:18:10  <_sorensen>hello
16:18:13  <vekexasia>I've a dumb question cause i'm dumb :P
16:18:26  <vekexasia>I'm storing some date values using nodejitsu instance
16:18:33  <vekexasia>specifically i'm using Date.now()
16:18:44  <vekexasia>what that does return exactly ?
16:18:57  <vekexasia>will it change according to the timezone ?
16:19:02  <vekexasia>is it utc ?
16:19:45  <mmalecki>utc yes
16:19:59  <vekexasia>so
16:20:40  <vekexasia>if I need to compare
16:20:49  <vekexasia>i will need another utc right ?
16:21:11  <mmalecki>yeah
16:23:09  <vekexasia>where did you find
16:23:20  <vekexasia>that date.now returns utc?
16:25:13  <deoxxa>the EMCA specification says it has to, afaik
16:25:13  <deoxxa>erm, ecma
16:25:40  <vekexasia>deoxxa the question was more : where can i look at the ecmascript specs?
16:27:04  <Sly>vekexasia: http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/files/ECMA-ST/Ecma-262.pdf
16:27:09  <Sly>That's the current EMCA specifications.
16:27:58  <vekexasia>thanks
16:28:31  <vekexasia>just out of curiosity that i understand it right
16:28:39  <vekexasia>Can you fire an Date.now
16:28:44  <vekexasia>in your local node instance ? :P
16:29:30  <vekexasia>(obviously this will meaningfull if you're not based in europe )
16:30:11  <Sly>You can use Date.now in anything that is Javascript based and follows the ECMA standard, which Node does.
16:31:08  <vekexasia>i've to understand
16:31:18  <vekexasia>If System.currentTimeInMillis
16:31:22  <vekexasia>is comparable
16:31:28  <vekexasia>with ecma Date.now
16:31:34  <Sly>Where are you getting "System" from?
16:31:42  <vekexasia>it's java (sorry)
16:31:50  <Sly>Ah.
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16:32:00  <vekexasia>that is why i asked
16:32:04  <vekexasia>you to fire
16:32:06  <vekexasia>a Date.now for me
16:32:14  <Sly>Date.now returns the current time in milliseconds, in the UTC timezone, so that it's uniform.
16:32:22  <Sly>You can always convert the time you get with Date.now using Date.
16:32:32  <vekexasia>nope i want all UTC :P
16:32:45  <vekexasia>can you Date.now() for me ?
16:32:55  <Sly>For what? O_o;
16:33:06  <vekexasia>proof for me
16:33:28  <Sly>lol.
16:33:31  <Sly>I can promise, it works.
16:33:49  <vekexasia>lol but i just want to make sure
16:33:53  <mmalecki>> Date.now()
16:33:54  <mmalecki>1353083631041
16:33:54  <vekexasia>i need a proof :P
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16:34:10  <vekexasia>thanks mmalecki
16:34:14  <vekexasia>love you
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16:36:53  <vekexasia>mmalecki: where are you from ?
16:37:00  <vekexasia>or what is your timezone ?
16:37:26  <mmalecki>I think I'm in GMT+2 now?
16:37:31  <vekexasia>damn it
16:37:33  <mmalecki>I'm in Italy
16:37:37  <vekexasia>lol
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16:39:16  <vekexasia>Sly ? Are you in GMT + 2 too
16:39:18  <vekexasia>?
16:39:27  <Sly>I'm EST.
16:39:30  * Slysucks with timezones.
16:39:33  <Sly>I think it's GMT-4?
16:39:37  <vekexasia>ok perfect
16:39:51  <vekexasia>can you PLEASE fire Date.now()?
16:40:02  <vekexasia>:)
16:40:29  <Sly>> Date.now()
16:40:30  <Sly>1353084019360
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16:40:50  <vekexasia>that's it ... thank you very much
16:40:58  <vekexasia>and sorry for this dumb question but I needed to be sure.
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17:09:07  <kuryaki1>is it only me or some projects at the knockout are failing to often ?
17:09:38  <yawnt>kuryaki1: what are you experiencing
17:09:39  <yawnt>?
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17:35:21  <nathan7>hrm
17:35:56  <nathan7>I need to figure out haibu again
17:36:02  <nathan7>because fleet isn't working well
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17:39:45  <Sly>yawnt: <3
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17:42:28  <Sly>What's up?
17:42:38  <yawnt>nm you?
17:42:45  <Sly>Same.
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17:47:13  <nathan7>I might just give up on running my own node shit and pay up for nodejitsu
17:48:54  <nathan7>Oh hey, I still am in dev sandbox
17:48:57  <nathan7>Sweet.
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18:16:07  <martin____>Hi guys, got a little bit of a deployment issue, tried it two times, got a rackspace file not found: https://gist.github.com/4089575
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18:22:34  <blakmatrix>martin____: let me take a look
18:22:48  <martin____>blakmatrix rth
18:22:49  <martin____>thx
18:23:25  <blakmatrix>martin what is your username?
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18:24:21  <blakmatrix>martin____: ^
18:25:04  <martin____>blakmatrix modeista
18:25:16  <martin____>site name is modeista-site
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18:29:41  <blakmatrix>martin____: I took a look into your account I see the 0.0.1-219 snapshot is archived but not active
18:30:44  <martin____>blakmatrix - that makes sense, because I got the could not find on rackspace message, which I assume references the snapshot that should be loaded into the drones
18:31:18  <mmalecki>martin____: we're going away from cloudfiles next week
18:31:38  <martin____>mmelecki so I have been told. Should I just retry again?
18:31:51  <mmalecki>jitsu apps start`please
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18:33:06  <blakmatrix>martin____: given the error you recieved I believe our cloud files service is just being slow. If you see this error again, check `jitsu snapshots list` to see if your snapshot is finally showing up, and if it is you can just do a `jitsu snapshots activate <[username/]appname>`and then `jitsu apps start`
18:33:39  <martin____>blakmatrix ok. thx.
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19:21:41  <jamies>hello! I'm curious if a AWS East or AWS West instance of Redis would be faster transit to my NodeJitsu app?
19:22:16  <blakmatrix>jamies: atm east should be fastest
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19:22:59  <jamies>great thanks. only other question I have is encrypted transit (but for mongohq)... I'm new to hosted DBs, and wondering if thats inherent in the transport or not
19:24:20  <blakmatrix>jamies: as far as I am aware generally you have to explicitly use SSL default is non-secure
19:25:41  <jamies>makes sense. thanks.
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19:52:39  <sr-ix>I'm trying to get the nodeapps/boilerplate examples to work. has anyone successfully installed the dnode app?
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19:59:32  <nathan7>sr-ix: https://gist.github.com/3729590 works for sure
19:59:47  <nathan7>sr-ix: but it's a full express app
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20:03:06  <sr-ix>nathan7: Thanks. Turns out I was just in the wrong version of node in my nvm
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20:04:46  <nathan7>nvm, nvm
20:04:50  <nathan7>nvm nvm.
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20:20:31  <caseywebdev>If anyone can chime in, I'm trying to force HTTPS redirects for HTTP requests, but due to the http proxy Express always returns 'http' for req.protocol, even when loading 'https://example.com'
20:20:56  <caseywebdev>so basically, how can I determine if the request is https?
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20:21:36  <blakmatrix>caseywebdev: check out http://headers.jit.su
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20:22:01  <blakmatrix>in there you will see "x-forwarded-proto":"http"
20:22:12  <blakmatrix>when you do it via https
20:22:22  <blakmatrix>that gets changed to https
20:22:24  <caseywebdev>beautiful, thanks!
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20:42:29  <zeuslalkaka>Hey, quick question regarding forever-monitor, if the Node process that starts forever dies, will the forever process also die?
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20:48:02  <rooted>Hi
20:48:10  <rooted>Anyone around that could help me with a deployment problem?
20:49:58  <Sly>rooted: what's up?
20:50:26  <Sly>zeuslalkaka: I don't think the forever process will die unless you kill it specifically.
20:50:43  <Sly>I don't know of anything that forces it to exit in forever-monitor if it's killed.
20:51:05  <blakmatrix>`pkill node`
20:51:09  <zeuslalkaka>Sly: Thanks :)
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20:51:27  <zeuslalkaka>might as well test it in the repl i guess
20:51:28  <Sly>blakmatrix: yeah, `pkill node` would kill all of the node processes though.
20:51:41  <Sly>They just want to kill forever-monitor it seems.
20:51:52  <zeuslalkaka>I dont want to
20:51:56  <zeuslalkaka>I want it to keep living
20:51:57  <zeuslalkaka>:)
20:52:02  <zeuslalkaka>if i want to kill it, I have its pid file
20:52:23  <Sly>Yeah, well.. in either case, I don't know of any code in forever-monitor that kills forever if its process is killed.
20:52:28  <Sly>It should leave it alone.
20:53:05  <caseywebdev>I keep getting a Error: Rackspace Error (404): Item not found on deploy =\
20:54:05  <Sly>caseywebdev: probably just a Rackspace fluke. Have you tried more than once?
20:54:25  <blakmatrix>caseywebdev: checkout http://errors.jit.su I just put that error with a solution in there
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20:58:05  <caseywebdev>blakmatrix: thanks, that worked, but that's an annoying one =\
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21:01:12  <blakmatrix>caseywebdev: Iknow, :(, but next week we should be phasign cloud files out
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21:02:39  <caseywebdev>blakmatrix: sounds good, love your guys' speedy support
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21:09:53  <nmanousos>having trouble deploying - any help would be appreciated: https://gist.github.com/4090920
21:10:36  <donto>Getting the same error here too
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21:12:04  <blakmatrix>donto: nmanousos: http://errors.jit.su/#Rackspace Error (404): Item not found
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21:12:44  <blakmatrix>>The Rackspace cloud files service is taking too long to report that the snapshot has indeed uploaded, since the nodejitsu stack can't download the snapshot from cloudfiles, the deploy fails.
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21:13:00  <blakmatrix>> Most likely the snapshot will be available moments after you recieve this error. To deploy your new snapshot, run `jitsu snapshots activate <[username/]appname>`. Once activated run `jitsu apps start` to start your app.
21:15:28  <nmanousos>ah weird - looks like it's already running
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21:19:41  <john__>Hey everyone, I'm doing some test on latency with socket.io and I'm getting between 100ms and 800ms for a full trip. Is there anything I can do to improve this?
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21:23:18  <blakmatrix>thats pretty high
21:23:32  <blakmatrix>http://wsping.jit.su
21:24:28  <AvianFlu>john__: what part of the world are you in?
21:24:37  <john__>average is at 313ms on wsping
21:24:40  <john__>montreal canada
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21:25:23  <john__>which is 6hours north of New York...
21:25:31  <john__>or about 500km
21:25:50  <blakmatrix>im in seattle and average for me is 72
21:26:00  <blakmatrix>but I'm also on a fast ISP
21:26:37  <blakmatrix>http://speedtest.net/ gives me an average latency of 3ms
21:27:10  <john__>are jit.su server located on the west coast?
21:27:18  <blakmatrix>east
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21:27:52  <john__>speedtest gives me 25ms ping
21:29:14  <AvianFlu>john__: no, joyent us-east-1 in northern virginia
21:29:27  <AvianFlu>if you're seeing ping that high just from your app, it's probably something in the app
21:29:42  <AvianFlu>sometimes, an individual VM will be on a physical host with something using a ton of cpu, and it'll be slow
21:29:52  <AvianFlu>so you could try a `jitsu apps start` to test that possibility
21:30:46  <john__>alright testing it
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21:33:00  <john__>jitsu apps start give me similar results
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21:37:15  <john__>I was wondering, do we get a slice of all cpus with a drone? or just 1 cpu? Just a slice of 1 cpu? Should I use cluster to make use of all available cpus?
21:38:09  <AvianFlu>you should not use cluster
21:38:14  <AvianFlu>you will massively slow down your app
21:38:16  <blakmatrix>no cluster
21:38:21  <AvianFlu>you get a slice of one physical cpu
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21:51:38  <st_luke_>w00t montreal
21:53:18  * blakmatrixtopic: Nodejitsu - Host applications. Keep them up. | Cloud Status: all systems up and running. | Having issues? Take a look at http://errors.jit.su/
21:55:24  <john__>hey st_luke are you from montreal?
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21:56:13  <st_luke_>no I'm American
21:58:11  <john__>ah, would have asked you to try out my app to see if you can a similar latency...
21:59:06  <john__>well i guess it wouldn't hurt anyway. Would you guyz mind checking the latency you get from this: http://latencytest.jit.su/ ?
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22:01:18  <AvianFlu>john__: ~30ms
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22:01:41  <john__>damn, are you sitting on your server?
22:01:57  <AvianFlu>I'm in brooklyn
22:02:02  <AvianFlu>so it's still a few hundred miles away
22:03:34  <john__>I'm starting to think I might need some kind of dedicated server if I want a very low and reliable latency...
22:03:43  <mmalecki>john__: 165 ms from Italy, on a pretty shitty connection
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22:04:19  <CoverSlide|TPFR>91 ms from southern california
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22:04:27  <CoverSlide|TPFR>73 from my office
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22:05:14  <john__>do you guyz get a lot of fluctuation or it's very stable?
22:05:27  <mmalecki>stable
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22:05:48  <john__>that's interesting, could my connection be that bad...
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22:06:21  <CoverSlide|TPFR>maybe
22:06:27  <CoverSlide|TPFR>are you on wifi or something?
22:06:34  <CoverSlide|TPFR>or on a train?
22:06:43  <john__>home wifi
22:06:45  <CoverSlide|TPFR>or on a boat?
22:06:49  <john__>submarine...
22:07:08  <CoverSlide|TPFR>maybe try on wired
22:07:19  <john__>good idea
22:08:02  <john__>alright well thanks guyz for your time.
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23:02:15  <Sly>Everyone doing okay in here tonight?
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23:04:00  <SubtleGradient>Sly: yes
23:04:09  <Sly>SubtleGradient: Glad to hear it. :D
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