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00:14:57  <albertd__>I'm getting "Subdomain chosen belongs to another user" after move to ams and doing a deploy
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00:19:08  <blakmatrix>albertd__: what is the subdomain you are trying to use?
00:19:19  <albertd__>metrological/jsonip
00:19:37  <blakmatrix>subdomain ?
00:19:46  <albertd__>metrological is our account
00:19:55  <albertd__>move jsonip from us to ams
00:20:12  <albertd__>now an deploy of a new version causes this error
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00:22:32  <blakmatrix>albertd__: thats because the app is deployed from another account
00:22:42  <blakmatrix>do you own acount dahan ?
00:22:47  <albertd__>ok, yes
00:23:08  <caseywebdev>blakmatrix: any feedback on my question ^
00:23:10  <blakmatrix>you will need to change the subdomain of dahan/jsonip
00:24:05  <albertd__>blakmatrix: just removed it from that account
00:24:21  <blakmatrix>caseywebdev: that tool doesn't work currently
00:24:33  <caseywebdev>so email the certs manually?
00:24:52  <albertd__>blakmatrix: working thx
00:25:13  <blakmatrix>caseywebdev: yes, if you are a businessplan user
00:25:54  <caseywebdev>is that new? I have an individual domain running with ssl right now and was trying to set up another
00:26:26  <blakmatrix>caseywebdev: yes
00:26:32  <caseywebdev>aw bummers
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00:28:02  <albertd__>blakmatrix: do you also have the external ip's (internet) used in ams dc?
00:28:47  <blakmatrix>caseywebdev: I know I'm sorry, your existen apps will have it grandfathered in but new ones thats a feature strictly fro businessplans
00:29:02  <caseywebdev>no problem, thanks
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00:30:09  <blakmatrix>albertd__: let me look that up for you
00:30:20  <albertd__>blakmatrix: thx
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00:44:52  <albertd>blakmatrix: any luck finding the ip's?
00:45:48  <blakmatrix>albertd: It seems we haven't got that list yet so we have to find it out, working on that
00:46:10  <albertd>blakmatrix: np, i'll stick around, thx again
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01:10:22  <albertd>blakmatrix: another question, do you also have the ipv6 for the ams dc?
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01:17:41  <blakmatrix>albertd: http://external-ip.jyt.eu.ams1.jitsu.com/
01:18:20  <albertd>blakmatrix: thx, did you see also my question regarding ipv6?
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01:21:54  <indexzero>albertd: We're checking it out
01:22:07  <albertd>indexzero: thx
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01:32:13  <indexzero>albertd: I haven't spoken to Joyent yet about this (and I'm honestly a little unfamiliar with IPv6), but it appears that our drones in Joyent data centers don't have an IPv6 network interface so even if the gateway has one, I wouldn't be sure how to force it
01:32:52  <albertd>indexzero: ok, could you put this on the roadmap?
01:33:39  <indexzero>albertd: Let me keep investigating
01:33:43  <albertd>indexzero: when is it wise to become an enterprise customer?
01:34:10  <indexzero>albertd: when you want to have an operational competency in your company
01:34:42  <albertd>indexzero: how do you mean operational competency?
01:34:44  <indexzero>that might sound a little obtuse, but basically when you buy the enterprise product you need a dev/ops team to use it
01:35:01  <albertd>indexzero: ah okay
01:35:16  <albertd>indexzero: it's not managed like the business packages
01:35:21  <indexzero>albertd: exactly
01:35:41  <albertd>indexzero: in that case let's stick to the business package :)
01:35:48  <indexzero>:)
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01:37:16  <albertd>indexzero: on the ipv6 topic, our customer is requiring this so i hope we can facilitate this.
01:37:24  <indexzero>albertd: I'm still investigating
01:37:31  <indexzero>I have an idea about how to figure it out
01:37:38  <indexzero>should have an answer for you in a minute
01:37:51  <albertd>indexzero: wow thats quick :)
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01:39:15  <indexzero>albertd: Actually I'm going to have to follow-up with Joyent
01:39:29  <indexzero>hit another deadend
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01:39:48  <albertd>indexzero: ok should i check with you tomorrow?
01:40:00  <indexzero>yeah
01:41:57  <albertd>indexzero: could you also ask joyent how long the dns timeout is set, we moved from the us dc to ams dc, and *.jit.su is still pointing to us dc.
01:42:28  <indexzero>albertd: That's not Joyent, that's us. *.jit.su always points to the US DC
01:42:43  <indexzero>you can hit *.jyt.eu.ams1.jit.su
01:43:02  <albertd>indexzero: ah ok, learning every minute :)
01:43:52  <albertd>indexzero: will it be possible in the future as a business user to have multiple dc active?
01:44:07  <indexzero>albertd: yes, that is on the roadmap
01:44:47  <albertd>indexzero: very nice, i must say you're all doing a grea
01:44:54  <albertd>t job
01:45:45  <albertd>indexzero: how much storage can we use on an app in business, still the 90 megs?
01:47:41  <indexzero>albertd: Where are you getting the 90megs number from?
01:47:53  <indexzero>albertd: FYI I opened an issue on our docs in response to your DNS inquiry (https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook/issues/70)
01:48:31  <albertd>indexzero: I think the 90megs was set on the personal plan?
01:48:45  <indexzero>90megs for what?
01:48:46  <indexzero>disk?
01:48:48  <albertd>indexzero: thx for the ticket
01:48:54  <albertd>indexzero: disk
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01:48:57  <blakmatrix>albertd: it was 2 GB soft limit for filesystem
01:49:04  <blakmatrix>on individual plans
01:49:11  <indexzero>albertd: yeah blakmatrix is correct, not sure where 90megs came from
01:49:16  <indexzero>disk is tied to the size of the drone
01:49:26  <indexzero>so 512MB drones have more, and 1GB drones have the most
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01:49:37  <indexzero>keep in mind that the disk is writable but essentially ephemeral
01:50:01  <indexzero>when you redeploy the information you previously wrote to disk will be lost
01:50:33  <albertd>indexzero: ok clear, for access logging you would recommend using amazon s3 or so?
01:51:00  <indexzero>albertd: Yeah, cloud based storage
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01:51:55  <albertd>indexzero: and blakmatrix thx both, i'll check in tomorrow to check on the ipv6
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02:12:24  <indexzero>albertd: Got a response from Joyent: https://help.joyent.com/entries/21625908-Joyent-IPv6-FAQ
02:12:29  <indexzero>so basically they don't support it
02:12:39  <indexzero>but it's still possible via an outbound IPv6 tunnel
02:13:07  <albertd>indexzero: is that easy to add?
02:14:31  <indexzero>albertd: I'll ask them about their roadmap
02:14:48  <albertd>indexzero: thx
02:14:51  <indexzero>albertd: I have a meeting with the Telefonica folks tomorrow, they may support this
02:15:01  <indexzero>in which case you could use tf-lon-1
02:15:25  <albertd>indexzero: also an option, how are the connections to ams and germany?
02:15:45  <indexzero>albertd: haven't benchmarked it yet
02:15:54  <indexzero>I believe TF is planning a german DC though
02:15:58  <indexzero>which we will be in when they do
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02:16:32  <albertd>indexzero: let's sync up tomorrow, thx for your efforts till now
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02:37:10  <JeffWillden>When signing up for a new account on nodejitsu.com, it tells you "the username _abc_ is not available" but _abc_ is not the username that you entered, it's the one that was entered by the last person to visit the website.
02:37:40  <JeffWillden>The next person who signs up for an account then gets the same message but with your username.
02:37:44  <JeffWillden>There
02:37:58  <JeffWillden>There's some synch issue going on there.
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03:00:41  <ebovine>Are there any docs for laying out a Flatironjs config file? It looks like according to the docs if I structure an element named "log" it will automagically go into Winston for me, but I can't for the life of my find any docs for that file.
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03:07:21  <Nodejitsu-Github>[godot] indexzero pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/WHN1AQ
03:07:21  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master 1be87d7 indexzero: [dist] Version bump. 0.2.7
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03:34:11  <ebovine>Figured it out reading the source. Thanks for the framework.
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03:50:34  <michael__>is anyone else getting 'subdomain chosen belongs to another user'?
03:52:05  <jcrugzz>michael__: yes that has been an issue since the infrastructure overhaul. Try doing a `jitsu start` (if your app is already deployed) and then another `jitsu deploy`
03:52:26  <jcrugzz>if that doesn't work, there should be someone around who could help
03:52:39  <michael__>so it's a bug, not me?
03:53:14  <jcrugzz>michael__: yea just a bug. but make sure your subdomain doesn't have any periods in it, that can cause issues
03:55:11  <michael__>hmm.. yeah, it has a period in it... I think for now I'll just keep activating my snapshots manually (while logged in)
03:55:34  <michael__>thanks,
03:55:51  <jcrugzz>np
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04:41:14  <caseywebdev>is it possible to have both individual and business accounts on the same nodejitsu...account
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07:53:13  <sidoaight>Newblet question: Is there a resource that explains how to handle requests from various domains? I want to send requests from certain sub domains to different things. So, for example, one might have store.example.com and chat.example.com get handled by different things (programs, apps, folders, etc)
07:53:51  <sidoaight>My working hypothesis is that I set all domains using instructions here: https://handbook.nodejitsu.com/features/dns
07:54:19  <sidoaight>And then somehow use node.js code to "direct" traffic around.
07:54:35  <sidoaight>I guess I'm looking for confermation/denial of that hypothesis.
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07:55:09  <nlognbob>known deployment problems?
07:55:55  <julianduque>nlognbob: deployments are ok :)
07:56:00  <nlognbob>https://gist.github.com/bobmayo56/4942974
07:56:35  <julianduque>sidoaight: you can setup subdomains to point to certain applications using dns config
07:56:49  <julianduque>nlognbob: let me check
07:57:24  <alucardX>morning guy
07:57:40  <julianduque>alucardX: good morning :)
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07:57:56  <alucardX>ey, stupid question: where I can find nodejitsu stickers for my laptop? O:-)
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07:59:27  <julianduque>alucardX: I have the same question :p
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08:00:20  <julianduque>nlognbob: whats your app name?
08:00:48  <nlognbob>it is nlogn
08:03:25  <julianduque>nlognbob: https://gist.github.com/julianduque/b98b958b0ae1894b5e2e
08:03:41  <julianduque>nlognbob: you are trying to load a module that isn't on your package.json dependencies
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08:04:08  <julianduque>nlognbob: add the ms module to your project using 'npm install ms --save'
08:04:11  <nlognbob>look earlier, my app started and it was killed
08:04:19  <julianduque>nlognbob: using --save it will add the dep to the package.json
08:04:43  <nlognbob>killed right as it was printing it's first log message "KNOCK KNOCK APPLICATION STARTED AT Wed, 13 Feb 2013 07:51:24 GMT"
08:05:13  <nlognbob>I get a lot of that. there seems to be a race to start the app, and if it doesn't start right under the wire it gets killed
08:05:46  <thor_>Hello there, I'm getting an error on the continuous deployment webhook: https://gist.github.com/thormuller/86cc1010cf8776c70b7f
08:06:03  <thor_>Namely, "App name / subdomain combination is not available"
08:06:16  <thor_>but I can manually deploy from CLI just fine
08:06:31  <julianduque>thor_: whats your subdomain on the package.json file?
08:06:47  <thor_>originalco
08:07:13  <nlognbob>julianduque, are you sure the real message isn't "Script took too long to listen on a socket, stdout'?
08:08:40  <julianduque>nlognbob: error: error:service type=user, message=Script took too long to listen on a socket, stdout=*************************************************************************
08:08:55  <julianduque>nlognbob: is your app a web application? it listens to a port?
08:09:16  <julianduque>thor_: weird, let me check the error
08:09:33  <thor_>thanks
08:09:45  <nlognbob>yes.
08:10:00  <nlognbob>that's almost the first thing it does. I've tried to make it quick since this has been a problem in the past, but I'd really like to initialize some things.
08:11:32  <nlognbob>oh wait, I may be looking at wrong window. hold on. yes, gist was from yesterday. bla.
08:11:48  <nlognbob>ok, nlogn deployed sucessfully.
08:13:12  <julianduque>nlognbob: it is running now?
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08:14:06  <nlognbob>yes. it worked about 10 minutes ago but I was looking at the wrong window. I have it try 10 times automatically since often it takes 2 or 3
08:14:19  <nlognbob>sorry about the confusion, it looks ok now
08:14:37  <nlognbob>I also was able to deploy my other server ok.
08:14:52  <julianduque>nlognbob: awesome! :)
08:15:17  <nlognbob>about this business of sometimes having to try 2 or 3 times, is that something I should report?
08:15:28  <nlognbob>or are you guys still working on that?
08:15:44  <nlognbob>its not a big deal for me
08:18:20  <julianduque>you can always report the issues you encounter :)
08:19:49  <nlognbob>ok
08:20:00  <nlognbob>thanks for the help, bye
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08:20:18  <julianduque>thor_: so, you can deploy via cli but no via webhook riht?
08:20:24  <thor_>right
08:20:25  <julianduque>s/riht/right?
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08:25:21  <julianduque>thor_: can you re-enter your credentials in the service settings (at github) and re-try again please?
08:25:26  <thor_>sure
08:28:31  <thor_>the endpoint should be https://webhooks.nodejitsu.com correct?
08:29:27  <julianduque>thor_: yes :)
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08:30:43  <thor_>okay, I've done that and hit test hook
08:31:18  <julianduque>thor_: retry again with a git push to see if the webhook works now
08:31:32  <thor_>ok
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08:34:14  <thor_>same error, alax
08:34:16  <thor_>alas
08:35:53  <thor_>do you have any idea why the err object shows app name and subdomain as "false" ?
08:36:12  <julianduque>Can you send an email to [email protected] with the error in order to keep track of that. I will investigate later if there is something on the API
08:36:50  <julianduque>thor_: we changes something in our api to prevent subdomain hijacking, maybe the problem is related, i'm investigating this issue right now :)
08:36:56  <julianduque>s/changes/changed
08:37:14  <thor_>thanks, and I'll send that note
08:37:32  <julianduque>but if you send the email i'll be able to keep track of the issue and answer to you when it's fixed
08:38:01  <thor_>will do
08:38:42  <julianduque>thanks
08:43:34  <julianduque>thor_: issue received
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11:16:24  <Nexxy>look what I inadvertently got in a picture! http://instagr.am/p/Vqt2yHk7tE/
11:17:30  <julianduque><3
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11:20:12  <matej_>hi, how can I download logs for my application?
11:20:24  <matej_>i can only see a part of it.. i need more :(
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11:21:59  <matej_>i need to download my log from nodejitsu. how do i do it?
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11:23:34  <julianduque>matej_: you can do it with 'jitsu logs all <number lines>'
11:27:41  <julianduque>if you want it in a file you can do 'jitsu logs app <app name> <number lines> --no-colors --raw > app.log'
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11:32:12  <matej_>cool thank you
11:32:41  <julianduque>:)
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13:30:21  <arush>getting the timeout issue on deploy again
13:30:53  <arush>https://gist.github.com/4nkush/c8c07f825e06b3b38f76
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13:33:24  <arush>hello?
13:33:38  <julianduque>Hello arush
13:33:41  <julianduque>i'm checking the logs
13:34:14  <julianduque>your app is running right? or isn't deploying?
13:35:18  <arush>its running
13:35:22  <arush>trying to deploy new version
13:38:44  <julianduque>whats your timeout config? 'jitsu config get timeout'
13:38:58  <julianduque>try to increase the number the next time you see the error
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13:41:31  <arush>julianduque: it worked second time around
13:41:43  <arush>julianduque: i already set my timout to something insane yesterday
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13:42:07  <arush>data: timeout 100000000
13:43:47  <arush>julianduque: are the business plans more reliable than this?
13:44:06  <arush>julianduque: because I would be willing to pay if 99.9% of deploys worked
13:44:14  <arush>julianduque: right now it's around 60%
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13:45:57  <julianduque>arush: business plans offer greater reliability and you can use the datacenter and even add more ram to a drone
13:48:25  <julianduque>well.. sleep time here \o/
13:48:50  <cronopio>julianduque: take care man, we will miss you ;)
13:49:18  <julianduque>:D
13:49:22  <julianduque>thanks cronopio :D
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13:56:45  <dgoran>got problem on windows
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13:57:24  <dgoran>deploy error
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13:57:34  <dgoran> $ cd votrpt1 && npm install run the app: $ node app C:\NodeStuff>cd votrpt1 C:\NodeStuff\votrpt1>npm install npm WARN package.json [email protected] No README.md file found! npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/hjs npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/express/3.1.0 npm http 200 https://registry.npmjs.org/express/3.1.0 npm http 200 https://registry.npmjs.org/hjs npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/exp
13:58:56  <dgoran>sorry
13:58:58  <dgoran> $ cd votrpt1 && npm install run the app: $ node app C:\NodeStuff>cd votrpt1 C:\NodeStuff\votrpt1>npm install npm WARN package.json [email protected] No README.md file found! npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/hjs npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/express/3.1.0 npm http 200 https://registry.npmjs.org/express/3.1.0 npm http 200 https://registry.npmjs.org/hjs npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/exp
13:59:37  <cronopio>dgoran: please use gist.github.com and paste the whole log
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14:01:29  <dgoran>info Uploading: [=============================] 100% info: Updating app application-name info: Activating snapshot 0.0.1-3 for application-name info: Starting app application-name error: Error running command deploy error: socket hang up info: info: jitsu's client request timed out before the server could respond. Pleas e increase your client timeout(Ex. `jitsu config set timeout 100000`) help: This error may
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14:03:24  <dgoran>ok total noob here so let me figure out gist first lol
14:04:48  <cronopio>dgoran: is ok, Im seeing some Error information. If your app is taking much time in get up, a short solution could be `jitsu config set timeout 100000`
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14:05:24  <dgoran>https://gist.github.com/dgoran/4944833
14:05:44  <dgoran>i tried increasin and still same output
14:06:09  <cronopio>dgoran: just for a quick test, try increasing even more
14:06:16  <dgoran>ok
14:06:40  <cronopio>dgoran: also as your snapshot seems already uploaded, you can try jitsu apps start
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14:09:13  <dgoran>http://goran.votrpt1.goran.jit.su/ 404 error
14:09:28  <dgoran>but it said jitsu not ok
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14:17:37  <cronopio>dgoran: I got this message trying to start your app "package.json error: can't find starting script: node app", maybe you are missing the .js? in the package.json?
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14:35:22  <tbone00>Good morning! I'm getting an internal server error after I tried to deploy
14:43:03  <cronopio>tbone00: good morning, please paste me on gist.github.com the whole log
14:43:18  <tbone00>will do
14:45:58  <tbone00>https://gist.github.com/cpeele00/d799f2a9c66c589e9790
14:46:43  <cronopio>tbone00: ok, the problem here is "Error: Cannot find module 'jade'"
14:46:58  <cronopio>tbone00: can you paste me also your package.json, seems jade is missing there
14:47:14  <tbone00>ah..sure will
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14:48:15  <tbone00>ok, updated : https://gist.github.com/cpeele00/d799f2a9c66c589e9790
14:48:23  <tbone00>yeah, you are right, jades not in there
14:49:01  <jaha>my site "hydrochem.com" is unresponsive and i am unable to stop or restart (jitsu throws 500 errors) can you please force a restart
14:49:14  <cronopio>tbone00: you have two options, manually edit package.json or use npm to do that using `npm install --save jade`
14:50:29  <tbone00>gotcha will do. thanks for the help!
14:50:54  <jaha>webops is also unresponsive
14:51:35  <cronopio>tbone00: you're welcome!
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14:52:30  <caseywebdev>is it possible to have both an individual plan and business plan on the same account?
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14:53:07  <jcrugzz>caseywebdev: I dont believe so. I think you either upgrade to business or stay as an individual plan
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14:54:22  <cronopio>jaha: Im investigating...
14:54:44  <caseywebdev>guess I'll just have to make another account when the time comes
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14:56:26  <caseywebdev>it'd be nice if that was possible though so I could run, for example, a low traffic blog/toy app and high traffic server on the same account
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15:02:04  <dscape>caseywebdev: for now there is no such option
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15:02:50  <caseywebdev>how does deploying work if you're using multiple accounts? do you have to switch accounts per project?
15:02:50  <dscape>it's in the plan for engineering, but not exactly as you stated
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15:02:58  <dscape>caseywebdev: right now, yes
15:03:04  <caseywebdev>I see, thanks
15:03:10  <dscape>`jitsu sign in`
15:03:36  <dscape>caseywebdev: multiple subscriptions would be circumventing the problem
15:03:46  <Guest12377>Hi, I I've a problem. I deploy correctly my app. (this operation ends with "nodejitsu ok"), but really it isn't started. When I go on my nodejitsu webpage I can see that my app is stopped and the start button is disabled. What is wrong??
15:03:46  <dscape>the real thing you probably want is organization accounts
15:03:56  <caseywebdev>yea, like github...
15:03:59  <dscape>:)
15:04:03  <dscape>caseywebdev: exactly
15:04:14  <dscape>while we dont have that, you need to have an account for you and your company
15:04:16  <dscape>sorry about that
15:04:28  <caseywebdev>no problem, thanks for the info
15:04:37  <cronopio>Guest12377: what is the subdomain of your app?
15:04:37  <dscape>caseywebdev: glad i was of some help
15:04:42  <dscape>let us know if you need more help
15:05:07  <Guest12377>this unichatok.jit.su
15:06:07  <cronopio>Guest12377: thanks, also I need the username and app name
15:06:25  <Guest12377>username: bafio
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15:06:36  <Guest12377>appname: ultima
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15:07:57  <jaha>cronopio: any luck?
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15:09:00  <cronopio>jaha: confirm me please your app name and username please
15:09:37  <cronopio>Guest12377: you already got a subscription?
15:10:25  <Guest12377>I'm trying the free version
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15:11:56  <cronopio>Guest12377: the free sandbox is only one drone and you are already using it :-)
15:13:53  <Guest12377>ah true, thank you very much XD
15:15:16  <cronopio>Guest12377: you can get 3 drones just for USD$7 / month :D
15:15:20  <cronopio>Guest12377: is a pleasure!
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16:00:51  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/union/compare/47bbb17e6338...ab658b048737
16:00:51  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/union/builds/4770858
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16:24:52  <caseywebdev>any plans to make custom domain SSL available to individual plans again or is that never coming back?
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16:28:23  <jcrugzz>caseywebdev: Looking at this, https://www.nodejitsu.com/paas/pricing, I don't think the custom domain ssl was ever intended for individual plans
16:28:42  <jcrugzz>So i would assume no at this point in time
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16:29:22  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/union/commit/9a81ce6f2850
16:29:22  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/union/builds/4771314
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16:37:52  <caseywebdev>so if you want SSL on a low traffic nodejitsu app it's https://xxx.jit.su or nada, =\
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16:40:50  <cronopio>caseywebdev: yes, that feature now is only for business plans
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16:52:16  <cronopio>jcrugzz: hi man!, finally after this huge release I can focus on your work on pkgcloud. Thanks for contributing
16:54:14  <jcrugzz>cronopio: I can imagine you must have been busy, and no problem.
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17:55:45  <roman_>!help
17:55:45  <_ddgbot>http://help.duckduckgo.com/
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17:56:13  <jcrugzz>roman_: what seems to be the issue?
17:56:22  <roman_>I'm having trouble with installing jitsu on ubuntu 12.04
17:56:43  <jcrugzz>what have you tried?
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17:57:21  <roman_>sudo npm install jitsu -g
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17:57:37  <jcrugzz>gist the output
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18:06:15  <roman_>jitsu install fails, output https://gist.github.com/romanlv/4946713
18:09:16  <jcrugzz>interesting. roman_ how did you go about installing node and can you tell me the version you are using?
18:09:27  <dscape>roman_: do `node --version`
18:09:28  <cronopio>roman_: Im not sure what happens there, but maybe a npm cache clean could help
18:09:31  <dscape>in your command line
18:09:43  <dscape>also wat cronopio said
18:09:59  <dscape>ubuntu has been known to ship node 0.5.3
18:10:04  <dscape>so trying to make sure that's not the case
18:10:10  <jcrugzz>O.O
18:10:14  <jcrugzz>thats craziness
18:10:30  <dscape>jcrugzz: indeed, i had a bug with util._extend — how i learned they did that
18:13:03  <jcrugzz>dscape: ha that must have been a fun one. Of all versions for them to ship though
18:13:22  <roman_>npm node -v : 1.1.4
18:14:15  <roman_>shit, node --version , says v0.6.12
18:14:20  <jcrugzz>roman_: well from that npm version i can tell the node version you have is out of date
18:14:35  <roman_>how to update ?
18:14:38  <jcrugzz>id recommend installing from source
18:14:57  <jcrugzz>http://nodejs.org/download/ download source from here
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18:16:15  <roman_>jcrugzz_: ok, is there a easier way ? :)
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18:17:39  <jcrugzz>roman_: hmm depends if the apt-get repo is up to date. Id personally recommend installing from source as the best method, and i can guide you through it
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18:18:39  <jcrugzz>but you can give this https://github.com/joyent/node/wiki/Installing-Node.js-via-package-manager a try
18:18:48  <jcrugzz>follow the steps under ubuntu
18:19:02  <jcrugzz>cant guarantee it will work though
18:20:06  <roman_>great, it worked. Thanks!
18:20:59  <dscape>roman_: the jitsu issue should be what cronopio said
18:21:06  <dscape>npm cache clean
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18:21:38  <roman_>no, npm cache clean didn't help, updating node helped
18:22:26  <dscape>roman_: awesome :)
18:22:30  <dscape>problem solved then?
18:22:58  <jcrugzz>roman_: awesome
18:23:08  <roman_>yes, thanks everyone
18:23:26  <jcrugzz>np :)
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18:38:09  <mmalecki>ircretary: tell indexzero debrief sounds good
18:38:09  <ircretary>mmalecki: I'll be sure to tell indexzero
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18:40:07  <blakmatrix>ircretary: remind me in a million years to let the dogs out
18:40:07  <ircretary>blakmatrix: I'm not sure what to do with that command. Ask for help in PM.
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18:42:51  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/union/compare/9a81ce6f2850...6c8ee6b2196f
18:42:51  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/union/builds/4771479
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18:51:05  <bizzby>Hi, I am getting an error when deploying. I recorder the gist here: https://gist.github.com/fabriziomoscon/ec7806a9dfe76a2d4c10 is there anyone from support that can have a look into this?
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19:05:58  <Fishrock123>I get a 403 when logging in from the nodejitsu homepage, yet the webops page login works fine. Just FYI.
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19:07:31  <blakmatrix>Fishrock123: thx
19:07:37  <blakmatrix>`3rdEden: ^^
19:08:04  <`3rdEden>Fishrock123: well that's odd
19:08:15  <`3rdEden>As logging in worked fine here lol
19:08:15  <blakmatrix>bizzby: do yuo still need help?
19:08:32  <`3rdEden>i'll see if can i figure out what goes on
19:08:40  <Fishrock123>It kinda logs me in, but I am unable to access anything except the logout function.
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19:09:49  <blakmatrix>bizzby: just use "coffee server/bootstrap.coffee" as the start script... you can put the TZ in enviroment with `jitsu env set TZ Europe/London`
19:09:54  <`3rdEden>Fishrock123: could you remove your cookies to see if that resolves it?
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19:10:04  <`3rdEden>Maybe there are double sessions
19:13:05  <Fishrock123>I would rather not, logged into too many things that I don't want to have to log back into. D: /excuse
19:13:13  <Fishrock123>So ima try with my other comp instead..
19:13:20  <`3rdEden>Fishrock123: are you logging with an uppercase letter in your username?
19:13:31  <Fishrock123>Yes
19:13:33  <`3rdEden>ah
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19:13:35  <`3rdEden>that's it then
19:13:54  <`3rdEden>Fishrock123: will be fixed in 10 minutes
19:14:05  <Fishrock123>Lol ^_^
19:14:10  <`3rdEden>Fishrock123: Thanks for the help <3!
19:14:23  <Fishrock123>'Welcome! Thanks for the support. :D
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19:19:55  <`3rdEden>Fishrock123: Could you confirm that it's fixed?
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19:22:09  <Fishrock123>Fails to authorize now. JSON: {"status":"error","message":"Authorization failed with the provided credentials."}
19:22:22  <Fishrock123>Works on the webops one just fine.
19:23:08  <bizzby>Ok I see. So I guess that exporting NODE_PATH at this stage is not considered "best practice"?
19:23:17  <`3rdEden>Fishrock123: do you get that error on nodejitsu.com or on webops?
19:23:38  <Fishrock123>nodejitsu. Webops has worked fine this entire time.
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19:25:31  <`3rdEden>Fishrock123: bleh
19:25:35  <`3rdEden>That's odd
19:25:51  <`3rdEden>I'll dive deeper then
19:26:29  <Fishrock123>Is there any carcahters in passwords that it processes differently than webops
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19:26:51  <Fishrock123>And, oops, characters*.
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20:00:39  <albertd>hi all, can someone help me how i can generate an ssl cert + key for a business plan?
20:01:12  <blakmatrix>albertd: i can help you
20:01:33  <albertd>blakmatrix: hi again thx
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20:02:10  <albertd>blakmatrix: yes
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20:47:36  <albertd>indexzero: any news from joyent about ipv6?
20:47:53  <indexzero>albertd: They could not give me an ETA
20:48:12  <albertd>indexzero: ok thx
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22:09:27  <tprice>why does no one read the git issuse?
22:09:33  <tprice>for like months too
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22:18:23  <mmalecki>tprice: what issue?
22:18:29  <mmalecki>I'd be happy to look at it
22:20:27  <tprice>thats not the point
22:21:25  <tprice>this is one
22:21:27  <tprice>https://github.com/nodejitsu/haibu/issues/119
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22:21:51  <harbhub>hey fellas
22:22:04  <tprice>oh and another
22:22:08  <tprice>https://github.com/nodejitsu/haibu/issues/105
22:22:10  <jcrugzz>harbhub: whats up
22:22:21  <harbhub>jcrugzz, not much my man
22:22:39  <harbhub>i'm starting to get customers seeking web development
22:22:52  <harbhub>pretty soon i will have my own business as a web developer
22:23:00  <harbhub>and... i'm making a video game!
22:23:02  <jcrugzz>thats awesome
22:23:04  <indexzero>tprice: Have you considered opening a pull-request?
22:24:09  <jcrugzz>harbhub: I want to see that video game
22:24:25  <harbhub>oh you will
22:24:31  <harbhub>i learned how to animate spritesheets
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22:24:40  <harbhub>so i can make a 3d environment on a 2d canvas
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22:24:57  <harbhub>now all i need is to learn how to use maya (or some program) to make the 3d animations myself
22:25:05  <harbhub>and then generate spritesheets of them
22:25:18  <harbhub>and then i can have an efficient, quality 3d world
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22:25:25  <harbhub>the game mechanics are cool
22:25:31  <jcrugzz>ahh interesting, I've always been curious how thats done. THeres no way to do without using a program like maya?
22:25:34  <harbhub>i will be hosting it on my site soon
22:25:38  <harbhub>well
22:25:44  <harbhub>you could have an artist
22:25:48  <harbhub>just draw a bunch of images
22:26:02  <harbhub>i.e. a bunch of drawings of the same object from different angles
22:26:17  <tprice>indexzero: for it not to be read?
22:26:18  <harbhub>you can add some lighting code to account for shadowing
22:26:49  <harbhub>i really don't know another alternative other that using software designed to make it easy to create a 3d object and render a spritesheet from it
22:26:54  <harbhub>than*
22:27:05  <indexzero>tprice: All pull requests are read, 90%+ of all pull-requests with tests are merged
22:27:50  <harbhub>jcrugzz and company, i was wondering, is there a way that i can encrypt the data sent to the server such that people cannot intercept the data that is being sent to the server?
22:28:08  <yawnt>harbhub: ssl?
22:28:12  <harbhub>besides that
22:28:18  <indexzero>tprice: You also sighted two bugs in documentation that could be easily resolved if someone spent the time to read the code and update README.md
22:28:31  <indexzero>any pull-requests with just changes to *.md files are merged almost immediately
22:28:54  <harbhub>can i just store all the data as a JSON stringified object, put a key that is the encrypted password with the value being all that data, and then send it in a way that people cannot access the data without knowing the key?
22:29:07  <yawnt>harbhub: yeah
22:29:26  <harbhub>but
22:29:28  <yawnt>sec, lemme see if i can find a gist
22:29:39  <harbhub>wouldn't the hacker be able to see the object as a whole?
22:29:46  <yawnt>https://gist.github.com/ericchen/3081970 there, i knew it was somewhere
22:29:47  <harbhub>yawnt, okay thanks
22:30:02  <yawnt>harbhub: but really, just use ssl
22:30:09  <harbhub>why?
22:30:21  <jcrugzz>harbhub: because it secures the whole tcp pipe
22:30:23  <yawnt>because it's simpler to implement
22:30:35  <harbhub>hmm
22:30:41  <harbhub>fair enough
22:30:43  <harbhub>how does ssl work?
22:30:56  <yawnt>you just do requests to https
22:30:58  <harbhub>i know what it does, but how does it really work
22:31:01  <yawnt>usually clients handle this themselves
22:31:17  <harbhub>but what does ssl do exactly?
22:31:33  <harbhub>let's say i wanted to send this: 'hello my name is bobert mcgee'
22:31:39  <harbhub>and i don't want anyone to see that data
22:31:48  <harbhub>what does ssl do to protect it from being seen?
22:32:04  <yawnt>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_Security
22:32:06  <yawnt>:D
22:32:28  <harbhub>i will read that
22:32:34  <harbhub>and then ask you more questions :D
22:33:00  <yawnt>oh i'm about to go to bed
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22:33:23  <yawnt>but i'm sure you'll find someone to answer to your doubts :)
22:33:43  <jcrugzz>harbhub: haha, ill see if i can answer them. Havent implemented the dirty details of a secure handshake in a little while
22:34:24  <harbhub>okay goodnight yawnt and i'm looking forward to discussing the dirty details of a secure handshake
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22:44:35  <harbhub>are you guys "name-based virtual servers"?
22:45:05  <blakmatrix>harbhub: you can use cname or the host IPs
22:45:35  <blakmatrix>harbhub: https://dns.jit.su has a list of the ips you can connect to your app from
22:46:01  <harbhub>that is not what i'm asking
22:46:16  <harbhub>blakmatrix, i am learning about TSL and SSL
22:46:24  <blakmatrix>harbhub: sorry, we dont use apache
22:46:30  <harbhub>?
22:46:37  <harbhub>i am ignorant
22:46:44  <harbhub>please inform me of what you mean?
22:46:58  <harbhub>are you a name-based virtual server?
22:47:16  <harbhub>https://gist.github.com/harbhub/4949091
22:47:25  <harbhub>blakmatrix, ^ please refer to that
22:47:39  <blakmatrix>harbhub: we use node-http-proxy https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy
22:48:00  <harbhub>how does that mitigate the certificate issue?
22:48:35  <harbhub>remember, i am extremely new to security
22:48:41  <harbhub>so i just want to know every detail possible
22:48:43  <harbhub>:)
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22:50:01  <harbhub>blakmatrix, is a 'drone' an individual server?
22:50:10  <harbhub>or is it a part of a virtual server network?
22:50:29  <blakmatrix>harbhub: we use http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Name_Indication to deal with SSL
22:51:50  <blakmatrix>harbhub: see https://www.nodejitsu.com/paas/faq#what-is-a-drone-
22:52:12  <jeffrg>hello. is there any documentation about how to plan how many drones to deploy? Might have an article in a major paper about my app and want to be ready.
22:52:12  <harbhub>okay
22:52:25  <harbhub>also, do you guys prevent man-in-the-middle attacks, or is the onus on me?
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22:53:44  <jcrugzz>harbhub: SSL prevents most MITM attacks, the only way to be comprised is through a DNS based MITM i believe. Someone correct me if im wrong
22:54:09  <harbhub>^ someone verify him if he is correct, please
22:54:16  <harbhub>i am learning all the attacks
22:54:20  <harbhub>so that i can defend properly
22:55:26  <cronopio>yeah I think jcrugzz is right, should be a spoofing DNS to do a MITM using SSL
22:57:00  <harbhub>wow
22:57:07  <harbhub>there are so many attacks from the past
22:57:09  <harbhub>and the present
22:57:13  <cronopio>not impossible but hard to do across internet, maybe in a local network is more easy do that
22:57:13  <harbhub>so many clever tricks!
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22:58:55  <jcrugzz>harbhub: the easiest attack is on someone's router
22:59:02  <jcrugzz>WPS sideload attack
22:59:09  <jcrugzz>since most have WPS enabled by default
22:59:12  <blakmatrix>jeffrg: No, statistics vary from app to app
22:59:29  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: no, the easiest attack is social engineering lol :P
22:59:32  <harbhub>what is WPS?
22:59:37  <cronopio>lol
22:59:37  <harbhub>what is social engineering?
22:59:39  <jcrugzz>blakmatrix: FAIR ENOUGH
22:59:41  <jcrugzz>lol
22:59:43  <harbhub>lol
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22:59:48  <harbhub>is that like the Captcha attack?
22:59:57  <harbhub>they made a game that got people to solve captchas for a prize
22:59:58  <jcrugzz>social engineering is how most people are compromised
22:59:58  <harbhub>lol
23:00:05  <jcrugzz>with teh availability of information on the internet
23:00:08  <harbhub>explain social engineering to me, please
23:00:14  <blakmatrix>harbhub: its like me buddying up to you just so i can get enough details to attack stuff
23:00:24  <harbhub>what do you mean?
23:00:38  <harbhub>like faking being friends to get information from me?
23:00:54  <harbhub>i might be misinterpreting what you are saying lol
23:00:56  <blakmatrix>harbhub: basically I get you to spill secrets just by talking to you lol
23:01:01  <harbhub>okay
23:01:05  <blakmatrix>harbhub: one of many forms http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_engineering_(security)
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23:01:08  <jcrugzz>harbhub: refer to http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/09/cosmo-the-god-who-fell-to-earth/
23:01:08  <harbhub>lol yep i thought that was what you meant
23:01:08  <cronopio>someone sometime told "I study social engineering becasue there is no patch for human stupid"
23:01:26  <harbhub>lol
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23:01:34  <harbhub>cronopio, that is false
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23:01:39  <jcrugzz>cronopio: lol, im not willing to give up on humans yet!
23:01:42  <harbhub>the patch has been known for years
23:01:48  <harbhub>education
23:01:59  <harbhub>the problem is figuring out how to educate people
23:02:04  <jcrugzz>indeed
23:02:06  <harbhub>which i solved, too
23:02:06  <jcrugzz>easily
23:02:09  <harbhub>i am a private tutor
23:02:23  <cronopio>harbhub: good point. At least in my contry there is a complot against education
23:02:24  <harbhub>the secret to education is to have a private tutor that is intelligent
23:02:46  <harbhub>i.e. a mentor
23:02:53  <harbhub>anyways, i am not worried about social engineering
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23:03:08  <harbhub>if my users give out their information, then that user will be the only person compromised
23:03:21  <harbhub>hmm
23:03:26  <harbhub>that could lead to other issues...
23:03:47  <cronopio>harbhub: but if someone call you and said you that is Nodejitsu support, and ask for your password? what can you do?
23:03:48  <harbhub>anyways i will worry about the social aspect of security after i solve the technical security problems
23:03:55  <harbhub>i can ignore it
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23:04:00  <harbhub>because none of you would do that
23:04:04  <harbhub>i'm not an idiot
23:04:05  <harbhub>lol
23:04:08  <cronopio>lol
23:04:16  <harbhub>i know about metasploit and backtrack
23:04:21  <jcrugzz>MOST BLOCK ALL LOOPHOLES
23:04:23  <harbhub>i'm scared to click links in my email
23:04:38  <harbhub>most blocks are loopholes. what does that mean?
23:05:41  <harbhub>so if you guys use http proxy, and i use http proxy on my server, then yeah that is a lot of proxies
23:05:50  <blakmatrix>cronopio: did you see we only use tokes now with the new jitsu ?
23:05:58  <blakmatrix>tokens
23:06:08  <cronopio>blakmatrix: YEAH!!! I notice that this morning
23:06:13  <cronopio>blakmatrix: SO AWESOME!!!!
23:06:19  <cronopio>blakmatrix: thank you man
23:06:30  <jcrugzz>harbhub: meant must lol
23:06:31  <harbhub>SNI is cool
23:06:38  <harbhub>i'm glad you guys use that technology
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23:06:47  <harbhub>i feel safe with you as my server providers (and my friends)
23:06:49  <cronopio>harbhub: you don't need to use node-http-proxy in your app, if you want to deploy on nodejitsu
23:07:01  <blakmatrix>cronopio: cept for `jitsu token <command>` since a token can only mangae itself lol
23:07:06  <harbhub>right, but i can use proxy if i desire
23:07:47  <harbhub>guys i just realized something
23:07:49  <harbhub>i am so lucky
23:07:52  <harbhub>to start programming now
23:07:54  <cronopio>harbhub: I think yes, could work fine
23:08:00  <harbhub>i can't imagine having to program for IE6
23:08:02  <harbhub>lol
23:08:23  <cronopio>harbhub: there is some unlucky people that have to work for IE5!
23:08:25  <blakmatrix>harbhub: whats worse than that.. is programming for IE7
23:08:32  <cronopio>lol
23:08:38  <harbhub>http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/09/cosmo-the-god-who-fell-to-earth/ is this real?
23:08:45  <jcrugzz>yes
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23:08:55  <harbhub>i just ignore IE all together
23:09:07  <harbhub>if my users want to use IE, they can download firefox or chrome
23:09:23  <harbhub>i do not support IE in my code 0.o
23:09:26  <blakmatrix>harbhub: IE10 is pretty slick,
23:09:32  <harbhub>how slick?
23:09:37  <harbhub>does it conform with w3?
23:09:38  <jcrugzz>blakmatrix: dont you give microsoft any props
23:09:47  <blakmatrix>lol
23:10:20  <harbhub>DDoS’ed
23:10:23  <harbhub>what is that?
23:10:34  <harbhub>denial of service attack
23:10:39  <blakmatrix>Microsoft has done a lot towards node.js with recent efforts
23:11:01  <blakmatrix>thier azure tool is pretty neat to takes props from jitsu
23:11:29  <harbhub>azure sucks
23:11:34  <harbhub>i tried that garbage out lol
23:11:47  <harbhub>microsoft hasn't helped nodejs
23:11:50  <harbhub>we have helped nodejs
23:12:03  <jcrugzz>blakmatrix: I have a hard time giving them props even for that, they are trying to cover up all the bad they have done and still do.
23:12:15  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: `jitsu apps browse` was added as a result
23:12:30  <harbhub>sorry blakmatrix, but it is hard for me to think about microsoft as anything other than a money-hungry entity that cares only about it's ability to gain capital
23:12:41  <harbhub>i.e. they do not help because they want to help, they help because it benefits them
23:12:58  <harbhub>i'm with jcrugzz
23:13:00  <jcrugzz>harbhub: we are on the same page ha
23:13:05  <harbhub>yes we are heh
23:13:19  <harbhub>especially since we both said that at about the same time heh
23:13:32  <harbhub>hey blakmatrix, i have a moral question for you
23:13:35  <blakmatrix>harbhub: its easy to do because behind that company are people like gblock and other OS fanatics :)
23:13:42  <harbhub>if i donate a billion dollars to charity, does that make me generous?
23:13:45  <harbhub>and kind and good?
23:13:49  <harbhub>that answer: not necessarily
23:14:01  <harbhub>it depends on your *reasons* for donating that money
23:14:16  <harbhub>if it is to get a tax cut, then it should not even be considered charity
23:14:24  <jcrugzz>lol ive always been curious to what bill gates is *really* doing in africa
23:14:27  <blakmatrix>harbhub: being charitable is always selfish :P
23:14:28  <cronopio>yeah donating to reduce tax is kind of.... (I dont know the correct word=
23:14:37  <harbhub>scummy
23:14:40  <harbhub>is the correct word
23:14:49  <harbhub>like a scum bag
23:14:55  <harbhub>heh
23:15:10  <cronopio>scummy: new word of the day, thanks harbhub
23:15:47  <harbhub>Cloudflare hack
23:15:52  <harbhub>you are welcome
23:16:17  <cronopio>harbhub: but always when you got a few millons in your bank is a good move make some donations
23:16:33  <harbhub>oh i will
23:16:36  <harbhub>i plan on saving the world
23:16:57  <cronopio>harbhub: education is the way!, I like how you think
23:16:59  <harbhub>i think that much of the world is in distress, and i will fix that
23:17:15  <harbhub>i took graduate level courses in environmental engineering
23:17:25  <harbhub>including a life cycle analysis (sustainability) course
23:17:31  <jcrugzz>education and the push towards making things *actually* sustainable
23:17:47  <harbhub>so first, i learned how the environment works, how humans interact with it, the problems we cause, how we solve the problems, etc
23:17:49  <jcrugzz>and to stop doing that whole exploitation concept
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23:18:03  <harbhub>so i can buy solutions to large global problems once i have the capitial
23:18:13  <harbhub>heh jcrugzz
23:18:20  <harbhub>we truly are on the same page my man
23:18:36  <harbhub>i will make my money from making a video game that is online
23:18:50  <harbhub>as well as an application that i am not at liberty to discuss
23:19:00  <harbhub>anyways, this Cloudflare hack
23:19:07  <harbhub>has that been solved?
23:20:25  <harbhub>hmm social engineering attacks are real problems... not
23:20:38  <harbhub>i will not let anyone access my information, therefore my users are safe
23:21:40  <blakmatrix>harbhub: if it exists there is a way to get at it
23:21:47  <harbhub>ok
23:22:46  <harbhub>i am not willing to work for you guys mainly because i work for myself and like to keep it that way, however: if i were to try to work for you guys, what would you look for?
23:23:00  <harbhub>the preamble is just so you know that my actual intent is not to acquire a job
23:23:12  <harbhub>i am just curious as to what you guys look for in your employees
23:23:26  <harbhub>i will better understand your business that way
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23:28:53  <blakmatrix>harbhub: we usually look for people who are experts with node and or who have contributied to Open Source Projects, If we get a lot of Pull requests to our Open source projects, we tend to notice
23:29:20  <harbhub>ok
23:29:55  <harbhub>so in a month's time (when i am a full fledged expert with node) you would consider me :)
23:30:04  <harbhub>that is good to know
23:30:13  <harbhub>p.s. open source is the best
23:30:26  <harbhub>my first few projects will be closed so that i can generate a ton of money
23:30:32  <harbhub>then i will write open source the rest of my life
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23:32:59  <thedracle_>Hostname/IP doesn't match certificate's altnames?
23:33:05  <harbhub>time to print and read that cosmo article
23:33:12  <thedracle_>For some reson deploy is failing with this...
23:33:17  <thedracle_>And causing me great sadness...
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23:34:02  <blakmatrix>thedracle_: ? I need more information
23:34:47  <thedracle_>Perhaps something blowing up in my ap itself?
23:34:49  <thedracle_>One second.
23:35:07  <thedracle_>http://pastebin.com/LPpb7uq9
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23:36:38  <blakmatrix>thedracle_: interesting what are you doing, are you trying to set up an https server yourself ?
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23:36:58  <Nodejitsu-Github>[godot] jcrugzz opened pull request #31: Adjusted change reactor primitive (master...change-primitive) http://git.io/GjtGVQ
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23:37:27  <blakmatrix>thedracle_: can you gist me your package.json and give me your username/appname?
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23:38:39  <mmalecki>tprice: sorry, we do not always have resources to support all of our open source projects
23:38:47  <mmalecki>we rely on community's help
23:39:03  <mmalecki>reading code and documenting auth tokens is something everyone can do
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23:41:12  <cronopio>thedracle_: also try using --debug flag to get more information
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23:45:05  <tprice>mmalecki: the auth token was just on example
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23:45:56  <tprice>i thank you for saying "we do not always have resources to support all of our open source projects"
23:46:16  <tprice>its just frustrating dealing with you guys sometimes
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23:47:31  <thedracle_>blakmatrix: No.. Maybe this is part of the force-ssl stuff my application is doing.
23:47:54  <thedracle_>blakmatrix: I'm trying to deploy a meteor application to Nodejitsu. There is a force-ssl module that does HTTPS as part of the stack.
23:48:04  <thedracle_>blakmatrix: Maybe this is the source of the issue.
23:48:35  <thedracle_>cronopio: Will do :)
23:48:53  <blakmatrix>thedracle_: yeah use the debug flag and then gist us the output
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23:49:15  <thedracle_>Sorry. Total Nodejitsu Noob :)
23:49:25  <thedracle_>I've been using heroku, but it doesn't support sticky sessions, and you guys do.
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