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00:14:33  <nathan7>mmalecki: by the way, https://github.com/isaacs/npm/pull/2495#issuecomment-6101338
00:16:39  <mmalecki>nathan7: yeah, I forgot to respond to that
00:19:17  <nathan7>mmalecki: then do so
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00:54:34  <InspiredJW>IE on SSL does not work
00:55:37  <mmalecki>InspiredJW: interesting, which IE version is that?
00:56:12  <InspiredJW>IE8
00:56:15  <nathan7>Lack of SNI?
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00:57:26  <mmalecki>InspiredJW: this is a very outdated version which most likely isn't compatible with our certs or (as nathan7) mentioned, lacks support for SNI
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00:59:47  <InspiredJW>what do you mean?
00:59:58  <mmalecki>I mean that IE 8 is very old
01:00:01  <InspiredJW>Did I give you old cert?
01:00:06  <InspiredJW>hmm
01:00:13  <InspiredJW>I personally does not use IE8
01:00:36  <InspiredJW>but I need to support IE8 perhaps IE7 :(
01:00:40  <mmalecki>IE8 doesn't support feature we use for serving certificates
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01:01:04  <InspiredJW>so I can't apply SSL on LTE IE8?
01:01:12  <InspiredJW>Even on business plan?
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01:03:21  <mmalecki>InspiredJW: I wouldn't think so. I think someone fixed it by using a custom cert, but I don't recall the details. what's the URL you are hitting?
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01:03:44  <InspiredJW>https://ninjasquare.com
01:04:25  <InspiredJW>TLS config in my app side
01:04:30  <InspiredJW>not in load balancer?
01:04:58  <mmalecki>load balancer handles TLS and SNI.
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01:53:51  <P0sixninja>hello
01:54:21  <P0sixninja>Can i get some help?
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01:55:05  <P0sixninja>Pretty Please :P
01:56:06  <nathan7>Hi!
01:56:10  <P0sixninja>Hi!
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01:56:40  <P0sixninja>Hello?
01:57:03  <nathan7>What can I help you with?
01:57:45  <P0sixninja>Im having issues deploying my first application, i get a internal server error , error: Error running command deploy error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error error: No matching versions found,
01:58:01  <P0sixninja>if you can help it would be so helpful... Thanks
01:58:01  <nathan7>Can you pastebin your package.json?
01:58:05  <P0sixninja>Sure...
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01:58:50  <P0sixninja>http://pastebin.com/JAT1puBz
02:00:28  <nathan7>Why the very very specific engine version requirement?
02:00:55  <nathan7>I wouldn't be surprised if a load of drones was a minor version behind
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02:01:07  <P0sixninja>:O , lol... is there something else i need to put there?, i dont really need the extremely specific version
02:01:21  <nathan7>Remove the engine block
02:01:24  <P0sixninja>what would you suggest i put there?
02:01:56  <nathan7>You will never need it unless you're writing a native extension
02:02:19  <P0sixninja>oh.. so i can leave it blank even though it requires it there?
02:02:44  <nathan7>http://pastebin.com/R1cLTLMP
02:02:50  <nathan7>err, what the fuck, pastebin
02:03:05  <nathan7>http://pastebin.com/ekRLJWDG
02:03:48  <P0sixninja>okay, it says it requires a engine specification
02:04:01  <nathan7>It does?
02:04:11  <nathan7>A moment, let me check that
02:04:29  <P0sixninja>i put 0.0.0 and it worked :P
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02:05:04  <P0sixninja>okay... now my app wont start...
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02:05:11  <nathan7>">=0.8" should do
02:05:21  <P0sixninja>Failure: haibu Error (500): Internal Server Error
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02:05:22  <P0sixninja>okay
02:05:35  <nathan7>jitsu logs should tell you what your app did
02:05:41  <nathan7>or did it fail to deploy
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02:06:43  <nathan7>Hey anoemi
02:06:59  <P0sixninja>okay... how do i do like a npm command, like installing ttapi
02:07:10  <anoemi>nathan7: ohai!
02:07:13  <anoemi>happy new year
02:07:43  <Sly>anoemi: ohai!
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02:08:02  <nathan7>anoemi: Happy new year C=
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02:08:12  <nathan7>P0sixninja: npm install --save ttapi
02:08:16  <anoemi>how is everybody?
02:08:26  <nathan7>P0sixninja: That'll add it to your package.json and install it locally
02:08:49  <Sly>anoemi: I'm good. :x
02:08:50  <nathan7>On a side note, package.json.jit.su's SSL certificate is invalid (*.jit.su doesn't match it)
02:08:55  <nathan7>P0sixninja: http://package.json.jit.su/
02:09:07  <nathan7>hurr
02:09:09  <nathan7>Wrong thing
02:09:44  <nathan7>(though a useful reference)
02:11:37  <P0sixninja>okay lol... i did the jitsu install --save ttapi, but it still says cannot find module ttapi
02:11:45  <nathan7>jitsu install?
02:11:51  <nathan7>jitsu install is for grabbing example apps
02:11:55  <nathan7>npm install --save ttapi
02:12:03  <P0sixninja>oh yeah... that
02:13:18  <P0sixninja>i did that from my console on my computer, but how do i get that on nodejitsu?
02:13:37  <P0sixninja>:O, do i have to redeploy?
02:13:55  <nathan7>Yep
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02:17:30  <nathan7>P0sixninja: Working?
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02:28:00  <P0sixninja>@nathan7, no im still having issues
02:28:18  <P0sixninja> Error: Error spawning drone at Object.onTimeout [as _onTimeout] (/root/haibu-orchestra/node_modules/haibu/lib/haibu/core/spawner.js:396:15) at Timer.list.ontimeout (timers.js:101:19) For help with this error contact Nodejitsu Support:
02:31:16  <nathan7>Okay
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02:31:30  <nathan7>Is that the full error message?
02:31:38  <nathan7>If not, pastebin
02:31:48  <P0sixninja>here... ill pastebin it
02:32:12  <P0sixninja>http://pastebin.com/iL69G18j
02:33:40  <P0sixninja>just to try and simplify my code to barebones, iv completely took all of the code out of it except the part that initializes it, but the same exact error code happens
02:35:42  <nathan7>Ah
02:35:52  <P0sixninja>? any ideas
02:35:53  <nathan7>as I thought
02:35:59  <nathan7>Can you paste your code?
02:36:05  <nathan7>Does it listen on a port?
02:36:12  <nathan7>Does it take forever to initialise?
02:36:25  <nathan7>Generally the first thing you want to do is fire up your HTTP listener
02:36:26  <P0sixninja>No... usually it takes about 3 seconds to initialize on my server
02:37:13  <P0sixninja>http://pastebin.com/X4MDbfhT
02:38:22  <nathan7>Does this serve a web app at all?
02:38:31  <P0sixninja>turntable.fm
02:38:38  <P0sixninja>yes
02:38:51  <nathan7>How?
02:39:06  <P0sixninja>through the turntable api
02:39:09  <nathan7>I just see you connecting to another web app
02:40:02  <P0sixninja>yes
02:40:05  <nathan7>require('net').createServer().listen() will probably make it run
02:40:49  <P0sixninja>ill add it
02:42:13  <P0sixninja>Dude... You should be awarded some kind of medal... It worked perfectly i see the problem is it was looking for a server to initialize..!! Thank you so much
02:42:44  <nathan7>C=
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02:44:49  <P0sixninja>nathan if you want to see my robot work, his name is p0sixninja and hes online at http://turntable.fm/mix_n_match_anything_goes2 , hes currently djing for my server
02:45:22  <nathan7>Not in the US unfortunately
02:45:56  <P0sixninja>:O ? it wont let you outside the us?
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02:49:35  <nathan7>Nope.
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02:52:15  <mmalecki>yeah, that sucks. I use a proxy in the US
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03:00:06  <Sly>mmalecki: what does it do when you try to access it without a proxy?
03:00:10  <Sly>Just give you a message?
03:01:23  <mmalecki>yeah
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03:02:46  <Sly>Have you tried sniffing to see if it redirects from the page, or if it just sends you straight to that error?
03:03:06  <Sly>If it redirects, you might be able to disable Javascript and keep it from doing it.
03:03:19  <Sly>Depending on how they're doing it.
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03:07:26  <mmalecki>Sly: it's just /
03:07:30  <mmalecki>there's no JS
03:07:40  <Sly>That sucks.
03:07:48  <Sly>Means it's probably .htaccess'd.
03:07:58  <Sly>Or whatever they're using.
03:08:51  <Sly>Sometimes you can get around things like that with turning JS off.
03:09:00  <Sly>Dunno why people think redirecting something like that with JS is a good idea.
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03:09:16  <Sly>At least, client side.
03:09:31  <Sly>Doing it with Node and the location header is fine.
03:11:18  <Sly>That's kinda like disabling right click. It's useless. xD
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03:13:01  <mmalecki>yeah
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03:28:02  <InspiredJW>mmalecki: so should I ask you to remove currently enabled SSL on load balancer
03:28:12  <InspiredJW>and serve Certificates with my app?
03:28:23  <InspiredJW>IE sucks :(
03:28:36  <InspiredJW>I need support IE7~8
03:28:41  <InspiredJW>need to support
03:29:09  <mmalecki>you can't serve certificates from your app
03:29:24  <mmalecki>I'd give another certificate a go tho
03:30:04  <mmalecki>(different CA)
03:30:36  <mmalecki>I'm not exactly sure what's the issue here, sorry :(
03:30:50  <InspiredJW>you said
03:31:05  <mmalecki>might be SNI or might be the certificate
03:31:10  <InspiredJW>old IE does not support SNI
03:36:36  <InspiredJW>http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2348244
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03:39:24  <mmalecki>nice. I tried googling but ended up on MS forum where they said that it works
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03:39:54  <mmalecki>this is why I suggested that the cert is at fault
03:43:11  <InspiredJW>you mean
03:43:20  <InspiredJW>I sent you guys wrong cert file?
03:43:40  <mmalecki>no, your cert is fine. IE is at fault.
03:43:52  <InspiredJW>but some other sites are fine with IE SSL
03:44:00  <InspiredJW>is there work arounds for IE?
03:45:42  <mmalecki>IE doesn't support technology we use to serve SSL certificates
03:45:50  <mmalecki>I'm afraid there's no work around
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04:05:58  <InspiredJW>perhaps.... socket.io problem
04:06:02  <InspiredJW>transports...?
04:08:40  <mmalecki>what do you mean?
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04:26:58  <jimmy>Hey I have a question about sending a header on connection if someone could help me out.
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04:46:59  <mmalecki>jimmy: hi
04:47:37  <jimmy>Hello
04:47:49  <mmalecki>what's up?
04:48:07  <jimmy>I was needing some help on sending some initial data on connection
04:48:50  <jimmy>Basically I'm trying to send a SID when I connect and compare the ip's in the database, if they match you're authenticated.
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04:50:22  <jimmy>Now I can read headers so I thought of sending it by a header but not sure how to accomplish that. I also tried send it by the url with parameters but it won't connect when I add ?test=test or whatever to the end
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04:55:25  <mmalecki>you mean, how do you set headers in node?
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04:56:55  <jimmy>Yeah
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04:58:50  <jimmy>errm sorry send header on client side
04:59:12  <mmalecki>from node?
04:59:46  <mmalecki>http.request({ path: '/url', host: 'host.com', headers: { 'header': 'hello world' }})
05:00:12  <jimmy>Yeah, the client sends a header to the node server
05:01:20  <InspiredJW>mmalecki: the problem is about ..
05:01:22  <InspiredJW>in IE..
05:01:22  <mmalecki>there are more detailed docs at nodejs.org
05:01:32  <InspiredJW>scoket.io connection cannot be made with SSL
05:01:43  <InspiredJW>other browers are fine
05:01:53  <InspiredJW>that is the only problem
05:02:10  <jimmy>I'm using sockjs
05:02:30  <InspiredJW>it's similar one right?
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05:03:11  <jimmy>Yeah it just has more cross-browser support. Not sure if that is covered though
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05:04:23  <mmalecki>InspiredJW: this is socket.io bug then
05:04:30  <mmalecki>or IE.
05:04:55  <mmalecki>I don't use IE so I can't really help you out here
05:05:30  <InspiredJW>I don't use IE
05:05:37  <InspiredJW>only use when I test for IE users
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06:49:53  <InspiredJW>who should I ask to make IE ssl work?
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07:08:55  <dviramontes>hi - first time deploying an app on your service, - love it so far but im having a bit of a problem. I was wordeing if you could help - https://gist.github.com/4432826 - i know this is usr error - but im not sure where to start
07:10:06  <dviramontes>the error message says there is something wrong with package.json - obviously but after updating the file. I still get the same error.
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07:18:05  <dviramontes>nv found the answer in your wonderful docs ^___^ catastrophy avoided - thanks a good night
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07:36:25  <alucardX>morning
07:38:29  <InspiredJW>http://expressjs.com/api.html#app.listen
07:38:39  <InspiredJW>http.createServer(app).listen(80);
07:38:39  <InspiredJW>https.createServer(options, app).listen(443);
07:38:43  <InspiredJW>does this work in Nodejitsu?
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07:38:56  <InspiredJW>listening on two ports
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08:19:41  <rvagg>mmalecki: could you check 'nodejsau' for me pls? jitsu says it's stopped but there is an irc bot hanging off that service that is still running and responding! web request returns the expected 404 tho
08:27:37  <AvianFlu>rvagg: did it just die?
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08:31:59  <InspiredJW>avainflu: who can disable my ssl?
08:32:04  <InspiredJW>I have just reissued new one
08:32:13  <InspiredJW>it is no longer valid
08:32:31  <rvagg>AvianFlu: indeed it did! ta muchly
08:32:48  <InspiredJW>How can I use https if I serve SSL through my app (instead of load balancer)
08:32:49  <AvianFlu>InspiredJW: email [email protected]
08:32:53  <InspiredJW>I did
08:32:58  <AvianFlu>InspiredJW: you can't serve SSL through your app
08:33:08  <AvianFlu>it gets terminated at the balancer level and you can't listen on more than one port
08:33:17  <InspiredJW>then...
08:33:19  <InspiredJW>through nodejitsu
08:33:24  <InspiredJW>IE cannot be served with SSL?
08:33:35  <InspiredJW>since nodejitsu load balancer does not support IE with SSL?
08:33:50  <AvianFlu>if you try the app in IE via your *.jit.su URL
08:33:52  <AvianFlu>does it work?
08:34:03  <InspiredJW>ok let me try
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08:35:08  <InspiredJW>I even tried https://now.jit.su
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08:35:12  <InspiredJW>other app
08:35:13  <InspiredJW>still same
08:35:29  <InspiredJW>actually it works(-ish) but not showing valid SSL certificate
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08:40:25  <AvianFlu>try *jitsu.com just to make sure, we got those certs at different times
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08:59:08  <mAritz>I have a browser js question that so far no one has been able to answer. Maybe you jitsu masters can help me. :D
08:59:09  <mAritz>I have micro-stutters in a canvas app of mine and no idea how to figure out what's causing them. I'm fairly certain it's not the GC, because according to the webdev tools memory timeline gc jumps in every ~5-7s and the micro stutters are like every 1-3s. My rendering time for all frames is 2-3ms (never more than 4ms) and my update ticks run at a smooth 30fps (would run at ~300fps). any ideas?
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10:01:29  <dscape>mAritz: sorry, no browser or canvas experience here
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10:05:48  <cesconix>dusuc
10:05:51  <cesconix>suck
10:06:19  <cesconix>(excuse me)
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10:09:38  <dscape>cesconix: mornin :)
10:10:13  <cesconix>^^
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11:28:13  <talha>hey
11:29:03  <talha>i got an error
11:29:05  <talha>here it is
11:29:05  <talha> error: Error running command deploy error: EPERM, lstat 'C:\Users\Tk-\AppData\Local\ElevatedDiagnostics'
11:29:08  <talha>help
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11:52:25  <dscape>hi talha
11:52:42  <dscape>or not
11:52:43  <dscape>:)
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13:34:45  <cesconix>In my Nodejitsu account i've 2 app: 1 for front-end, 1 for back-end (api). When I upload a file to back-end, can I move this file to front-end (app) directory?
13:35:41  <dscape>cesconix: no, they are in two different machines
13:35:55  <dscape>i would recommend using a CDN solution for files anyway
13:36:19  <dscape>(and you can do this programmatically if you want of course, its not hard)
13:37:27  <cesconix>thanks dscape! I now see what is a CDN
13:38:14  <dscape>cesconix: no problem :)
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15:11:23  * anoemitopic: Nodejitsu | Cloud Status: https://status.jit.su/ | Happy New Year!
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16:33:18  <cesconix>dscape: could you suggest me some cdn, please?
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16:47:48  <dscape>cesconix: still there?
16:47:52  <dscape>sorry i was afk
16:47:57  <cesconix>yep
16:48:10  <dscape>i dont have any suggestion to give you, at least in a official capacity
16:49:16  <dscape>some famous ones are Akamai & CloudFront (Amazon) for example
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16:55:15  <jesusabdullah>dscape: how goes
16:56:15  <cesconix>therefore, if i understood, with CDN solutions i can upload files in cloud for save bandwidth and disk space
16:56:28  <jesusabdullah>that's the idea homie
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16:59:20  <jesusabdullah>aww dscape doesn't wanna hang
16:59:45  <Sly>jesusabdullah: OHAI
16:59:53  <jesusabdullah>sup dawg
17:00:02  <Sly>Not shit. Working on the status page.
17:00:14  <jesusabdullah>nice
17:00:20  <Sly>Kinda on and off. Gotta take the pup to the vet today.
17:00:37  <Sly>Time for his bordetella shot. It was actually time a couple months ago, but I kinda forgot to check his paperwork.
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17:02:58  <nathan7>Hey jesusabdullah
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17:33:09  <MikeMac>Hey, having a bit of trouble deploying a pretty simple app, and it told me to try coming here. I'm getting a Haibu 500 error: "Error spawning drone"
17:33:32  <nathan7>Is that the full error?
17:33:32  <MikeMac>The stacktrace seems to point to a problem with Process._handle.onexit
17:33:41  <MikeMac>I can give the full stacktrace if you like
17:33:45  <nathan7>Interesting, can you pastebin/gist it?
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17:34:16  <MikeMac>http://pastebin.com/9zq1DVD3
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17:35:22  <nathan7>Hm, can you do a jitsu logs?
17:35:29  <MikeMac>I am using process.exit() to kill the process at the end of its' run. Is that not acceptable for NJ?
17:35:52  <nathan7>It's assumed to be a failure
17:35:55  <AvianFlu>MikeMac: what does the script do
17:35:59  <nathan7>since we expect a long-running server
17:36:27  <nathan7>something that listens on a port and accepts connections
17:36:28  <MikeMac>Goes out to a mongolab DB and makes a query, then sends me an email under certain conditions. Very simple, I'm relatively new to Node.
17:36:58  <AvianFlu>MikeMac: okay, that's your problem
17:37:04  <AvianFlu>our infrastructure expects HTTP servers
17:37:05  <MikeMac>I see... maybe NJ isn't what I need to use, then
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17:37:22  <MikeMac>Gotcha
17:37:26  <AvianFlu>you're free to do that kind of thing, but your app will wind up auto-killed if it doesn't grab an HTTP port
17:37:27  <nathan7>You probably want to watch the DB and send the email when something happens anyway
17:38:02  <nathan7>You can run long-running things that aren't actually HTTP apps if you stick in a require('net').createServer().listen()
17:39:02  <MikeMac>nathan7: What do you mean by that? I can essentially attach my process to my mongolab DB and receive events when changes happen?
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17:39:43  <MikeMac>(again, pretty new to Node & mongoDB, so forgive my newb-ness)
17:40:30  <nathan7>I figure mongo has facilities for that
17:40:39  <nathan7>In CouchDB it's _changes and there's the excellent Follow lib
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17:42:34  <MikeMac>I really wanted to use Mongolab, since it runs with a REST API automatically, and tied in so easily to my front-end. I don't think it has email-on-change capabilities at the moment. I may have to dig into the mongoDB driver info later on.
17:42:56  <nathan7>Not email-on-change
17:43:15  <nathan7>You can use something like Postmark and have REST email
17:43:28  <nathan7>and follow the MongoDB changes and use that to fire stuff off over Postmark
17:44:22  <nathan7>Damn, I haven't played with Mongo in forever
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17:45:00  <nathan7>a wild `3rdEden
17:45:07  <MikeMac>Hmmm, thanks for pointing me towards Postmark, that looks like just about what I need. I may not need the node app after all (though I enjoy learning about it) :-)
17:45:43  <MikeMac>Thanks a lot!
17:47:33  <`3rdEden>ohai nathan7
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18:35:03  <sente>http://c.sente.cc/eli4/close_file_please.js
18:35:24  <sente>i'm having issues with node not closing, releasing files
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18:35:45  <sente>is the logic in my pasted snippet fishY?
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18:39:45  <blakmatrix>sente: looks like your trying to close a stream
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18:39:54  <blakmatrix>sente: try destroy instead
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18:40:53  <blakmatrix>sente: take a look at http://nodejs.org/api/stream.html#stream_writable_stream
18:41:20  <blakmatrix>that is what is getting created when you call fs.createWriteStream
18:42:40  <AvianFlu>sente: don't just close the stream's fd
18:42:54  <AvianFlu>you need to call stream.destroy() or stream.end() like blakmatrix has suggested
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18:43:33  <sente>okay
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18:47:08  <sente>ideally though, i dont want to open/close the file for each request to app.get('/trackit', function (req,res){
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18:47:19  <sente>but i want the file to rotate every day
18:47:39  <sente>is there a better/common way to do this?
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18:51:12  <blakmatrix>logrotate
18:51:23  <blakmatrix>its a standard unix tool
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18:53:04  <sente>yeah, heh, i meant in node
18:53:09  <blakmatrix>sente what is your nodejitsu app doing? I mean is it logging to a file or just to memory?
18:53:40  <blakmatrix>if your looking for a node solution there are several tools like https://github.com/soldair/node-rotator
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18:54:54  <sente>blakmatrix: it creates files of the form:
18:55:16  <sente>log_2012_11_28.json, log_2012_11_29.json, etc
18:55:51  <sente>if you go app.com/trackit?params=..., it will append a line to the day's log file
18:56:22  <sente>this file is only written to when the app.com/trackit route is reached
18:56:32  <sente>i'm using the more 'standard logging' for general logs
18:58:47  <blakmatrix>ah
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19:05:21  <airandfingers>I'm getting an ETIMEDOUT when I try to deploy.. i think my folder may be too big? https://gist.github.com/4436959
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19:13:06  <blakmatrix>airandfingers: is there anything really large in your apps folder?
19:13:44  <airandfingers>@blakmatrix: yep, i just went through and removed ~200M of stuff that i don't need to deploy..
19:14:16  <airandfingers>@blakmatrix: didn't realize that was in there.. i'm assuming the upload time exceeded jitsu's timeout timer
19:14:21  <blakmatrix>lol
19:14:24  <blakmatrix>yeah
19:14:38  <blakmatrix>you can change the client side timeout time
19:14:57  <blakmatrix>with `jitsu config set timeout n`
19:15:09  <blakmatrix>n bing milleeconds before time out
19:15:27  <blakmatrix>but it sounds like it was a good thing in this case :)
19:16:03  <airandfingers>got it, that's what i was after
19:16:20  <airandfingers>haha yeah, glad i didn't get that reply earlier, or i'd probably be waiting for my 250M to upload @@
19:16:38  <airandfingers>how can i check the current timeout time? i thought "jitsu config timeout" would work, but i just get the usage
19:17:07  <airandfingers>nvm, "jitsu config get timeout"
19:17:15  <blakmatrix>`jitsu config get timeout`
19:17:17  <blakmatrix>:)
19:17:32  <airandfingers>^^ thanks @blakmatrix
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19:31:09  <jesusabdullah>hello blakmatrox
19:31:16  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: yo
19:31:23  <jesusabdullah>wat up
19:31:34  <blakmatrix>nm
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19:44:14  <jesusabdullah>word
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19:46:48  <nathan7>jesusabdullah, jesusabdullah
19:46:50  <nathan7>what's up
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19:57:19  <jjjjjj>!help
19:57:20  <_ddgbot>http://help.duckduckgo.com/
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19:58:24  <CoverSlide>!spinjitsu
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21:10:20  <nathan7>Hey blakmatrix
21:10:28  <blakmatrix>nathan7: hey
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21:13:44  <blakmatrix>nathan7: whats up?
21:14:18  <nathan7>blakmatrix: Trying to find a way to parse HTML that doesn't suck
21:14:58  <nathan7>blakmatrix: I want to transform my Markdown + HTML blog entries into plain HTML and then pull out the <code src="" /> elements
21:15:21  <nathan7>blakmatrix: and replace them with the content of the file their .src refers to
21:15:34  <nathan7>blakmatrix: parsing HTML is a pain it seems though
21:15:51  <nathan7>There's Cheerio and such, but as far as I can tell they won't give me my HTML back
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21:20:51  <st_luke>nathan7: regex
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21:21:36  <nathan7>st_luke: I was considering going there, yeah
21:22:17  <st_luke>if you've got files that are markdown + html already then it might be the easiest way to go without trying to fiddle around with a bunch of other tools that do half of what you need
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21:23:56  <monko>i have a question about using the Net library for streams in node.jitsu. the library is found at http://nodejs.org/api/net.html
21:24:02  <monko>does anyone have any experience with this?
21:24:48  <nathan7>I probably want to include some git metadata with the code anyway
21:25:30  <nathan7>monko: nodejitsu is a platform for node.js apps - nodejitsu is not node.js
21:25:37  <nathan7>But yes, we have experience with that
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21:26:05  <blakmatrix>nathan7: well i know the new blacksmith does a great job generating html code from both, but as far as parsing a npm search is as good as you'll get I suppose, i don't know of any particular go to awesome html parsers, I've always just used jquery or regex personally
21:26:24  <monko>ok. can you give me any tips? because my node.js app using streams works fine when i am just testing it and deploying it locally with my laptop acting as the server. but deploying to nodejitsu seems to goof stuff up
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21:26:38  <monko>nathan7 ok. can you give me any tips? because my node.js app using streams works fine when i am just testing it and deploying it locally with my laptop acting as the server. but deploying to nodejitsu seems to goof stuff up
21:27:33  <nathan7>What's the error?
21:27:47  <nathan7>What's your app doing?
21:28:13  <monko>well. i am able to connect to it jsut fine (or at least, i think i can) but whenever i send any packets to it, it ends the conneciton
21:28:35  <nathan7>Nodejitsu only really supports web apps, so you can't really have a raw TCP server on nodejitsu
21:29:44  <monko>ah. so streams + nodejitsu not so great?
21:30:07  <nathan7>HTTP is a stream too, a file you're reading is a stream
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21:30:28  <nathan7>Streams work fine, taking incoming non-HTTP TCP connections doesn't work
21:30:30  <monko>ok. well http://nodejs.org/api/net.html
21:30:36  <monko>how about that library?
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21:30:51  <nathan7>That's the node.js core lib for doing TCP.
21:31:15  <nathan7>That isn't http://nodejs.org/api/stream.html
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21:32:19  <monko>ok? i feel like we are just arguing semantics. im not trying to debate anything. im just curious if anyone can offer some advice or help with getting http://nodejs.org/api/net.html to work with nodejitsu
21:33:04  <nathan7>Not semantics - streams are a very general mechanism
21:33:24  <nathan7>You're trying to something listening on a plain TCP socket to accept connections from outside
21:33:28  <nathan7>connections that are not HTTP
21:33:37  <monko>correct
21:33:52  <nathan7>If you connect to blah.jit.su, you're connecting to the nodejitsu load balancers
21:34:11  <nathan7>(connecting to jit.su or their IP address would do the same)
21:34:17  <nathan7>They take HTTP, use the HTTP Host header to figure out what app it should go to
21:34:50  <blakmatrix>the balancers currently only accept http and websocket traffic
21:35:04  <nathan7>WebSockets would work I suppose
21:35:46  <monko>k. thank you
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21:52:44  <bingomanatee>hello there
21:53:57  <blakmatrix>bingomanatee: hello
21:54:43  <bingomanatee>hi - I just signed in to the closed beta - the invite mail may have fallen through the cracks for [email protected]/bingomanatee - can you resend?
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21:55:20  <blakmatrix>let me take a look
21:55:25  <bingomanatee>thanks
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22:07:00  <ForbesLindesay>I keep getting Error: Subscription limit reached. No drones started. on my account when trying to re-deploy an app that's already in use on my account. It's using one of my 3 drones and I want it to continue using one of my 3 drones.
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22:20:38  <ForbesLindesay>I stopped one of my less critical apps to free up a drone and the deployment succeeded, but now I can't re-start the app I had to stop
22:21:00  <blakmatrix>ForbesLindesay: what is your account name?
22:23:21  <ForbesLindesay>ForbesLindesay is my account name
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22:33:00  <blakmatrix>ForbesLindesay: your component app seems to be running 2 drones
22:33:51  <ForbesLindesay>It only shows as running one drone in the UI
22:33:58  <ForbesLindesay>and I only want it to run one drone
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22:34:01  <blakmatrix>I see
22:34:07  <blakmatrix>let me see if i can fix it
22:34:19  <blakmatrix>ForbesLindesay: try now
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22:39:36  <ForbesLindesay>Thanks, it let me start it this time :)
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