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00:01:20  <harbhub>blakmatrix, that was what i was looking for
00:01:21  <harbhub>however
00:01:25  <harbhub>ssl might be a better option
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00:35:41  <blakmatrix>How is everyone doin'?
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00:36:00  <jcrugzz>excellent
00:36:11  <jcrugzz>how are you doing blakmatrix?
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00:38:26  <blakmatrix>not to bad, about to get sick of this chiptune music station i created on spotify
00:39:07  <jcrugzz>you like spotify? Not a fan of the whole facebook integration
00:39:18  <jcrugzz>or just anything thats linked to facebook
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00:41:39  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: to that I say yeah... meh... I'm not a big facebooker... I make sure apps do the minimum amount, but still lol
00:42:04  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: I actually like the integration... can see what music some of my freinds/coworkers listen to
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00:42:39  <blakmatrix>sometimes its nice to listen to differnt musak
00:43:29  <jcrugzz>yea i feel you on that
00:43:41  <jcrugzz>I just know facebook is doing dirty things so i forbid myself from using it
00:43:59  <jcrugzz>i just rock out with pandora so i can be lazy and not pick my music
00:44:02  <jcrugzz>let the algorithm do the work
00:45:45  <jcrugzz>blakmatrix: best browser extension ive ever used https://abine.com/how-donottrackme-works/
00:45:46  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: I have pandora one as well haha
00:46:05  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: I like though that with spotify I can actually play exact songs on my desktop
00:47:09  <jcrugzz>yea that is where its convenient. I just cant handle the ads
00:47:17  <jcrugzz>i pay for pandora
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00:55:45  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: http://youtu.be/j4vxyF89hyI
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00:55:59  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: what u think of that type of music
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00:56:15  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: some of my freinds say it makes thier ears bleed lol
00:56:39  <jcrugzz>lol I mean its like 8bit dubstep
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00:57:17  <jcrugzz>its doable on lower volume. higher volume would be bad
00:57:31  <jcrugzz>its better than some dubstep ive heard though
00:58:06  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: I love putting headphones on and rocking out to http://youtu.be/Rl_ovH9ypkM (it actually utilizes stereo)
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01:32:37  <jaxon_>I am using a service (ravenwall.com) that wants to connect to my app via rubytooth.com:3003/status.json. Port 3003 doesn't seem to be open. Or it could be routes setup. Is there a way to open access to port 3003?
01:33:30  <blakmatrix>jaxon_: no sorry, only ports that are open are 80 and 443
01:34:17  <blakmatrix>jaxon_: if you could revers it it'd work, if your app could connect to them
01:34:35  <jaxon_>Ok, thanks. I'll look into it. ;)
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04:30:38  <Costa>Hey, any good tutorials or resources for getting videos up on s3 to be referenced from within my node app?
04:30:51  <Costa>Amazon S3
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06:45:01  <sean_>morning, can i get some advice on a custom DNS deploy?
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07:58:46  <NielsKoole>Good morning..
07:58:51  <yawnt>hi :)
07:59:15  <NielsKoole>Can i ask a question here about setting up a Node js SSL connection?
07:59:27  <yawnt>go ahead!
07:59:32  <NielsKoole>Nice
08:01:05  <NielsKoole>Well I created a small node js server with socket.io and deployed it on jitsu with the necessary certificates.
08:01:18  <NielsKoole>The deploying process succeeded
08:02:00  <NielsKoole>But when i want to connect with my iphone app, I get a -1200 error message saying: An SSL error has occurred and a secure connection to the server cannot be made.
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08:02:27  <yawnt>NielsKoole: are you using a custom domain?
08:02:32  <julianduque>it is a custom domain?
08:02:32  <julianduque>lol
08:02:36  <yawnt>o/
08:02:53  <julianduque>and alsom it is a trusted certificate or a self-signed?
08:03:14  <NielsKoole>It's a self signed certificate, and the domain is nielskooletest.jit.su
08:04:04  <julianduque>NielsKoole: are you creathing an http server?
08:04:13  <julianduque>NielsKoole: with jit.su you don't need to create an https server
08:04:28  <yawnt>yeah
08:04:32  <yawnt>NielsKoole: what happens is
08:04:41  <yawnt>client <-> proxy <-> your app
08:05:05  <yawnt>since proxy is https you can just use plain http on your app and still take advantage of nodejitsu's ssl
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08:05:15  <yawnt>just type like "https://nielskooletest.jit.su"
08:05:16  <yawnt>:)
08:05:50  <yawnt>we'll need your ssl certificate only if you want a custom domain (eg NielsKoole.com) to be used as an alias for your .jit.su app
08:05:53  <NielsKoole>So I don't have to take care of my certificates by myself?
08:06:01  <NielsKoole>Really?
08:06:08  <NielsKoole>So it should be really easy!
08:06:14  <yawnt>yes :)
08:06:41  <NielsKoole>Damn, can you wait a sec?
08:06:56  <yawnt>sure
08:06:57  <NielsKoole>I will test it right on
08:07:16  <julianduque>wi will handle ssl for you :)
08:07:24  <julianduque>we
08:10:25  <`3rdEden>Also, never use self signed certs when you are testing real-time applications
08:10:53  <NielsKoole>The reason I want to use SSL is because the socket cannot connect via 3G
08:10:54  <`3rdEden>Browsers will refuse those connections
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08:12:11  <NielsKoole>Ok, I have updated my server script.. But it doesn't work yet..
08:12:26  <NielsKoole>With my app I try to connect to this url: https://nielskooletest.jit.su:80/
08:12:40  <julianduque>without the :80
08:12:46  <yawnt>it's 443
08:12:48  <yawnt>not 80
08:12:49  <yawnt>:P
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08:14:16  <NielsKoole>Nice, did the trick!
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08:14:31  <yawnt>NielsKoole: ;)
08:14:41  <julianduque>awesome
08:15:35  <NielsKoole>Well, guys. Nodejitsu is really awesome!
08:15:51  <julianduque>Yes, it is :D
08:15:55  <julianduque>thanks NielsKoole
08:16:01  <yawnt>glad you like it!
08:16:58  <NielsKoole>I can now connect with my app to nodejitsu over 3G
08:17:09  <NielsKoole>It's really really great!
08:17:25  <NielsKoole>Damn..
08:17:29  <NielsKoole>Made my day!
08:17:42  <julianduque>\o/
08:17:48  <julianduque>let's do the victory dance!
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08:18:03  <NielsKoole>Haha
08:20:59  <NielsKoole>This is first service on the internet which pays of the monthly costs!
08:21:00  <NielsKoole>Really
08:21:52  <yawnt>NielsKoole: say that on twitter! :P
08:22:25  <yawnt>but seriously, we appreciate it :)
08:22:54  <NielsKoole>I will!
08:23:01  <NielsKoole>Got to go now, see you!
08:23:24  <julianduque>bye bye
08:23:27  <yawnt>cya
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08:33:22  <wsieroci>if i use redis do i have to get somehow password and username to get access or just var store = redis.createClient()?
08:33:55  <yawnt>wsieroci: yes, it's in webops.jit.su
08:34:48  <wsieroci>yawnt: thanks
08:34:55  <yawnt>pleasure :)
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10:08:51  <wsieroci>do you know any good tutorial about redis and socket.io?
10:10:17  <julianduque>wsieroci: http://ejosh.co/de/2012/07/node-js-socket-io-and-redis-beginners-tutorial-server-side/ ?
10:11:20  <julianduque>thats the first google result :p
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10:13:05  <wsieroci>julianduque: thanks, i have seen this tutorial. I am just wondering if i save socket in redis database and try to get it and use it on another socket.io server instance if it will be ok?
10:13:27  <`3rdEden>socket.io book; http://bit.ly/1269Pix
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10:14:09  <wsieroci>another socket.io server = another drone
10:14:29  <`3rdEden>socket.io doesn't save anything in redis, unless you use socket.set/get to save data
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10:15:44  <wsieroci>`3rdEden: ok, maybe i just to read more about this topic to got the idea
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10:16:06  <wsieroci>`3rdEden: i will check your link, tahnks
10:16:23  <`3rdEden>wsieroci: when you use socket.io with the RedisStore it will use the pub/sub functionality of redis to sync connection details between the different drones
10:16:39  <`3rdEden>if you don't do any broadcasting to different connections
10:16:49  <`3rdEden>you wouldn't need redis-store support
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10:18:40  <wsieroci>`3rdEden: the problem is that i am saving information about connections in map in memory (javascript variables) in my app and when i am using more than one drone then app just stop to work
10:21:18  <`3rdEden>wsieroci: you could use the socket.get/set function for that but I would advice to write your own redis layer for storing data instaed
10:22:29  <`3rdEden>also one small tip, socket.io doesn't have connection sessions
10:22:53  <`3rdEden>it does have a "sessiond id" but it's actually a poorly named connection id and will differ between connect/disconnects
10:23:17  <`3rdEden>so if want to store data based on sessions, you would have to code up that as well
10:23:38  <wsieroci>`3rdEden: i dont need store data based on sessions
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10:41:48  <wsieroci>i see everywhere that if app is using redis then when one client want to send message to another then they have to be in the same 'room' which is realized by socket.join method. What if i dont want to use room and want to just use socket.emit for given client to send message to him. Can I just store this client's socket in redit store (suppose that i am using some channel id to recognize
10:41:48  <wsieroci>who is in the same *room*)?
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10:52:08  <JonnyT>Hello just setting up a few business apps and have a query about setting up dns..
10:52:25  <julianduque>JonnyT: tell me, how can I help?
10:53:10  <julianduque>JonnyT: did you read http://handbook.nodejitsu.com/features/dns?
10:53:12  <JonnyT>ok doing "host nodejitsu.com" provides 9 ip addresses for the load balancers right ?
10:53:55  <JonnyT>if i want to setup two apps First App called from www.domain.com or domain.com
10:54:14  <JonnyT>Second app api.domain.com
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10:54:42  <julianduque>JonnyT: you just setup your domain field in the package.json
10:54:44  <JonnyT>yes i have it opened
10:55:33  <julianduque>JonnyT: first with domains: ["domain.com", "www.domain.com"]
10:55:44  <julianduque>JonnyT: the second with domains: ["api.domain.com"]
10:55:52  <JonnyT>ok i get that, its the a records on my domain provider, do i have to setup 3 x 9 a records for www.domain.com, api.domain.com, domain.com
10:56:14  <JonnyT>yes thats right
10:56:49  <julianduque>JonnyT: only 9 domain.com -> IP
10:56:57  <JonnyT>ahh ok
10:58:10  <JonnyT>no cname or a records setups for www. or api. ??
10:58:45  <julianduque>you can setup the cnames point to domain.com
10:59:02  <julianduque>CNAME www -> domain.com
10:59:08  <julianduque>and CNAME api -> domain.com
10:59:25  <JonnyT>Whats does this achieve?
10:59:41  <JonnyT>just stops you duplicating the a records right ?
11:00:09  <julianduque>yes
11:00:46  <JonnyT>Https setup...
11:01:19  <JonnyT>If user comes from a http address how do i force them onto a https address
11:01:33  <JonnyT>I see in FAQ u have code for this
11:01:53  <julianduque>JonnyT: you can do it in your app like https://gist.github.com/julianduque/6ea5d4369e68062a8094
11:01:55  <JonnyT>But do i need to run two servers for each app
11:02:07  <julianduque>and the domain cert you need to send the keys to support email (if you have business plans)
11:02:24  <julianduque>JonnyT: no, you don't need to run https server, we will handle the ssl for you
11:02:43  <JonnyT>ahh ok
11:02:52  <JonnyT>Thats what confused me
11:06:52  <JonnyT>ssl certificates what companies do you recommend using ?
11:08:58  <julianduque>comodo / thawte / verisign
11:09:22  <JonnyT>Thanks julianduque for your help...
11:10:11  <julianduque>:)
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12:07:49  <rickibalboa>Eventemitter2 is maintained by you guys right? How does it work, I basically need an inter-process eventemitter, is that capable of doing that?
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12:16:23  <chrismatheson>just wondering if i can add my existing mongohq account and see it under database's ?
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12:17:05  <julianduque>chrismatheson: you can use it but don't see it under databases command
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12:17:16  <chrismatheson>yeah figured :)
12:17:31  <chrismatheson>thanks julianduque
12:17:55  <julianduque>rickibalboa: the maintainer is h1jinx and idk about the project.. sorry :|
12:17:58  <chrismatheson>btw i had some issues signing up and i think there may be now two 'dead' accounts, who can i tell so they can be cleaned up ?
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12:18:35  <rickibalboa>julianduque, ok thanks. I found some module called ipevents which looks like it will do the trick
12:18:46  <julianduque>awesome!
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12:18:53  <julianduque>chrismatheson: which accounts?
12:19:25  <chrismatheson>'chrismatheson' and 'peachproductions', i finally got it right with my current one 'cmatheson'
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12:22:10  <julianduque>chrismatheson: and what was the problems?
12:22:59  <chrismatheson>first one i signed up FAR too soon and was not ready to try out my app on nodejitsu, seccond one i signed up using the web and never got an email with password
12:23:03  <chrismatheson>sorry got to run now
12:23:09  <chrismatheson>thanks for all your help
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12:23:34  <julianduque>ok chrismatheson, thanks and have a nice day!
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12:33:26  <wsieroci>#join socket.io
12:33:56  <julianduque>it's with / ;)
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12:37:05  <wsieroci>yea, sorry :)
12:37:13  <julianduque>:p
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12:42:42  <wsieroci>is it ok if i ask here questions regarding just socket.io? not especially nodejitsu?
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12:44:36  <julianduque>feel free to ask, maybe someone is able to answer the question ;)
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12:45:36  <wsieroci>someone has already answered my question on socket.io
12:46:17  <julianduque>awesome :D
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13:17:31  <FajitaNachos>Hey everyone, just get started with Node.js and Nodejitsu tonight. I just signed up for the free dev sandbox. I installed jitsu and followed the instructions in the welcome email. Is there a sub domain associated with my account or is that only paid plans?
13:17:52  <FajitaNachos>getting*
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13:27:13  <FajitaNachos>nevermind. Figured it out when I ran the deploy
13:32:04  <chrismatheson>is there a way to clear out logs ??
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14:19:07  <nesQuick>Hey everybody - so why can't I define astartscript w/o file extension?
14:23:27  <JonnyT>Can someone help me with a ssl certificate for a few business apps please ?
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14:36:21  <dscape>JonnyT: do you own a business plan?
14:36:40  <dscape>nesQuick: email support @ nodejitsu
14:36:48  <JonnyT>Yes i do
14:36:50  <dscape>i'm not familiar with the codebase
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14:36:56  <dscape>JonnyT: cool
14:37:05  <dscape>what is your username/appname?
14:37:48  <JonnyT>ahh apps are not up yet, doing things in reverse lol
14:37:53  <JonnyT>username jarvisking
14:38:17  <dscape>JonnyT: great
14:38:26  <dscape>im not a support engineer, just filling the gaps here
14:38:35  <dscape>so give me a second while i read out docs on how to do this :)
14:38:42  <dscape>btw in the future this will be possible in webops.jit.su
14:39:01  <JonnyT>great..
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14:41:51  <dscape>JonnyT: you need to provide me
14:42:13  <dscape>the key, the certificate, the domain you wish to use, and the certification authority
14:42:24  <JonnyT>ahh ok
14:42:33  <dscape>email to [email protected], cc me
14:42:36  <dscape>im [email protected]
14:42:45  <dscape>ill take care of that for you
14:42:59  <JonnyT>ok, will do it in next few minutes
14:43:44  <dscape>thanks JonnyT
14:43:58  <JonnyT>will be setting two apps up, and the certificate is a wildcard certificate to handle the domain and subdomains is that ok?
14:44:54  <JonnyT>Or is the ssl certificate linked on an account basis ?
14:45:07  <dscape>JonnyT: let me check
14:45:21  <dscape>sorry, support engineers are trained and know this inside out
14:45:27  <dscape>as i said im just filling the gap here :)
14:45:30  <dscape>but ill find out for you
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14:47:06  <dscape>JonnyT: yeah, wildcards are fine
14:47:15  <dscape>they are actually the rule in most of our customers, not the exception
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14:56:35  <JonnyT>Nuno, email has been sent...
14:56:43  <dscape>JonnyT: just saw it
14:56:46  <dscape>thanks so much
14:56:51  <dscape>already coordinating with devops to deploy this
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14:57:09  <dscape>JonnyT: should I get back to you via email, here, or both?
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15:00:22  <JonnyT>I am available on both email or irc
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15:01:55  <JonnyT>I take it the apps need to created for the ssl certificate to be assigned to them ?
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15:14:07  <dscape>JonnyT: yes
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15:22:06  <johnc>'morning all. My app doesn't seem to want to start back up...nothing has changed...
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15:23:42  <johnc>Goes from starting, to started, and then back to stopped. The last deployment was 2 days ago.
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15:29:25  <dscape>JonnyT: what is your username / app name?
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15:30:17  <johnc>johnclayton / channeltwit
15:31:52  <johnc>the deployment from the other day introduced clustering - i was trying to restart the app to see if that would kill off the child processes, which I suspect were the reason I was not seeing the new path working
15:32:49  <dscape>johnc: i can rollback your app to the latest stable version
15:33:06  <dscape>do you know which snapshot that was?
15:33:15  <johnc>0.0.1-23 probably
15:33:44  <dscape>JonnyT: I've been looking for the CA certificates
15:33:46  <dscape>for comodo
15:33:49  <dscape>but couldnt find them
15:33:54  <dscape>would you mind mailing that to me too?
15:34:04  <dscape>they should be available somewhere in the comodo site
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15:34:34  <dscape>johnc: do you mind doing
15:34:41  <dscape>jitsu snapshots fetch
15:35:00  <dscape>and determine which one is the version you are trying to run?
15:35:20  <dscape>or maybe check in your git logs
15:35:33  <dscape>johnc: you have 0.0.1-23 active
15:35:40  <dscape>currently
15:36:03  <johnc>webops dashboard says #26 is active...
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15:36:19  <johnc>that would certainly explain why the new path wasn't working
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15:37:45  <johnc>i'd like to be running #26 - what info did you need from git logs?
15:38:52  <dscape>johnc can you please take a snapshot of that please?
15:39:01  <dscape>I'm opening an issue in webops to make sure that gets fixed
15:39:52  <johnc>sorry - could you clarify? snapshot of what?
15:40:33  <dscape>johnc: the webops interface showing #26 is active
15:40:41  <dscape>im filling the bug to make sure that does not happen again
15:40:54  <dscape>I already have the output from jitsu capture
15:40:55  <dscape>d
15:41:15  <johnc>ah - here ya go: http://cl.ly/image/2h1A2r2w030L
15:41:31  <dscape>johnc: thank you so much
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15:41:38  <dscape>its necessary so we can keep track of these things
15:41:48  <JonnyT>Sorry nuno i attached the wrong file :-(, email with certificates sent..
15:42:05  <johnc>can/should I try activating a different snapshot or leave it be until someone can take a look?
15:42:10  <dscape>JonnyT: no problem :)
15:42:11  <johnc>(non-production app)
15:42:25  <dscape>JonnyT: i activated your snapshot
15:42:28  <dscape>check if its all good
15:42:54  <JonnyT>Snapshot ?
15:43:09  <dscape>sorry JonnyT i meant johnc
15:43:43  <johnc>dscape: app is still offline and showing the same thing from the screen-cap
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15:45:13  <dscape>johnc: checking it out
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15:49:22  <nathan7>Hi earthlings!
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15:58:23  <Siyfion>I'm having some issues moving my deployment onto the telefonica servers; can someone help? I have a Gist of the log...
16:00:36  <nathan7>Hi!
16:00:52  <nathan7>Siyfion: Link to the gist please?
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16:17:18  <johnc>dscape: I need to leave for a bit - I'll check in later if it still isn't running. Thanks for the help!
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16:26:49  <my>hello,
16:27:23  <my>My domain stop working and not log is indicate what is going on. Do you have any suggestion where to look ?
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16:29:53  <my>Please somebody give me help
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16:30:23  <nathan7>my: Hi!
16:30:32  <nathan7>my: What exactly is the problem?
16:30:42  <my>http://mynameisnotreal.gi.jit.su/
16:30:51  <my>This is my domain. It give me a 404 error.
16:31:36  <my>My profile indicate it is started and no any error logs said why 404
16:31:46  <my>It was working previous.
16:31:50  <nathan7>I am investigating
16:32:28  <my>Just today, I am trying to demonstrate to a client . So, I am holding them to wait now...
16:32:35  <my>Thank you so much for any help.
16:32:53  <my>It seems working again
16:33:05  <nathan7>Are you sure it is still 404ing? I just checked it through every load balancer and it seems to work through all of them
16:33:08  <nathan7>ah
16:33:10  <nathan7>[=
16:33:50  <my>now is working.
16:34:14  <my>It is not working 5 mintues ago... thanks
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16:40:25  <ArxPoetica>anoemi — how can I find the port on a mongohq sb?
16:40:30  <ArxPoetica>is it in the connection string?
16:40:33  <ArxPoetica>i.e., 39277
16:40:55  <nathan7>ArxPoetica: It's in the connection string after the colon
16:41:07  <ArxPoetica>mongodb://nodejits…@…:39277…
16:41:10  <ArxPoetica>right there?
16:41:11  <nathan7>Yep
16:41:13  <ArxPoetica>ok cool
16:41:15  <ArxPoetica>thx
16:42:41  <Siyfion>Oh a quick q; is it the case that the mongolab database will always be on a particular host / does it move with your deployment?
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16:43:53  <nathan7>Siyfion: DBs are independent of apps
16:44:49  <Siyfion>So will a mongolab db always be in the states if I added it through Nodejitsu? ie. is it better to go "direct" to mongolab and then sort out the host location through them?
16:45:26  <nathan7>Siyfion: You can do that, yeah
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16:46:23  <Siyfion>nathan7: Okay, cool thanks.
16:47:41  <nathan7>Siyfion: We're working on making this awesomer
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16:48:29  <Siyfion>nathan7: No problem, I don't expect you guys to have everything implemented straight from the off ;0
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16:50:36  <dscape>hi JonnyT
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16:50:49  <bish_>Hi. I'm stuck on this for more than a week now. I keep getting a "2046 Declined" error whenever I try to subscribe to a paid plan (Personal Micro). I even exchanged a couple of emails with farrin.reid but haven't got a reply for quite a while now. I can attach the screenshot of the error if that helps. Please help me sort this out. My nodejitsu username is anupbishnoi
16:51:03  <dscape>did you reply to my email?
16:51:07  <JonnyT>Just uploaded two basic apps to the business account with the domains for each app in the package.json
16:51:45  <JonnyT>I see there is a SSL tab now to select the certificates for each domain !
16:54:34  <JonnyT>Just got the email about the engineers working on it at present..
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16:56:51  <dscape>JonnyT: if the webops interface fixed it for you, then awesome
16:56:58  <dscape>nathan7 is working on it though
16:56:59  <bish_>Hi.
16:57:15  <bish_>I keep getting a "2046 Declined" error whenever I try to subscribe to a paid plan (Personal Micro).
16:57:27  <bish_>I even exchanged a couple of emails with farrin.reid but haven't got a reply for quite a while now.
16:57:36  <bish_>I can attach the screenshot of the error here if that helps.
16:57:39  <bish_>Please help me sort this out. My nodejitsu username is anupbishnoi
16:58:23  <dscape>bish_: farrin is in a timezone where its really early
16:58:28  <dscape>i'll help you check that out
16:58:32  <dscape>give me a second
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17:00:21  <bish_>ok. sure
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17:02:03  <JonnyT>is underscores allowed in subdomains getting a 404..
17:03:10  <nathan7>They are
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17:03:25  <nathan7>http://nathan7_testapp.jit.su/
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17:04:06  <ArxPoetica>anoemi — is there any way to rename a db?
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17:04:31  <ArxPoetica>I just realized I gave the db a name from another client we're working with, oops
17:04:47  <nathan7>You can just delete and recreate it
17:04:56  <ArxPoetica>k
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17:05:13  <ArxPoetica>I s'pose I could replicate it somehow
17:05:18  <ArxPoetica>but that's probably easier
17:05:19  <nathan7>I could dive into the DB and fiddle with the record
17:05:30  <ArxPoetica>meh, it's okay
17:05:49  <ArxPoetica>that would be a nice feature though *feature request* !!!
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17:06:19  <nathan7>ArxPoetica: Noted
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17:16:22  <johnc>dscape: back...any updates?
17:17:04  <JonnyT>ssl is now working!, Thanks Nuno for all your help it is much appreciated...
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17:17:49  <dscape>JonnyT: no problem
17:17:56  <dscape>sorry for taking so long, im just not used to support
17:18:03  <dscape>and wanted to make sure everything was handled properly :)
17:18:14  <dscape>johnc: our devops team has isolated the error
17:18:19  <dscape>and are working on it as we speak
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17:18:32  <johnc>awesome - thank you!
17:18:45  <dscape>can you email us the details for safe keeping so we can get back to you when its resolved?
17:19:47  <JonnyT>just need to redirect the http traffic to https with that snippet of code u sent earlier on...
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17:21:06  <dscape>JonnyT: :) awesome
17:21:13  <johnc>dscape: [email protected]?
17:21:21  <dscape>johnc: yeah!
17:21:25  <johnc>will do
17:21:46  <dscape>If you can johnc
17:21:53  <dscape>refer issue #265
17:22:07  <dscape>as i logged it internally too
17:22:14  <dscape>and it will save you the time from having to write the details again
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17:53:59  <ForbesLindesay>Does anyone know if it's possible to have my nodejitsu drone commit changes to a git repository and `git push` them to github? I can do it locally, but it asks for my username and password, so I'm not sure how I could provide them from the automated nodejitsu drone?
17:54:28  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: You can have git read a .netrc
17:55:03  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: or you can push to https://user:[email protected] URLs
17:55:22  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: and you can get GitHub authorizations that you can use to replace user/pw
17:55:26  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: (you can even limit their scope)
17:55:45  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: What awesome things are you going to do with this? :>
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17:58:27  <ForbesLindesay>I have a system for displaying pipermail output in a format that looks a bit like GitHub issues. Since people aren't very good at always posting markdown formatted messages to esdiscuss I want to make it possible for people to propose edits. As such I'm storing the posts in github repositories.
17:59:32  <nathan7>mhm
17:59:33  <nathan7>Awesome
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18:10:58  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: Where can I find this stuff?
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18:20:08  <ForbesLindesay>https://github.com/esdiscuss has what I've done so far
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18:21:13  <ForbesLindesay>Your suggestion of .netrc seems to have worked :) I now just need to deploy it to nodejitsu and I'll be ready to start publicising it
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18:31:27  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: Glad it worked [=
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18:51:27  <alessioalex__>hello guys
18:51:40  <jcrugzz>hello
18:53:49  <nathan7>Hi.
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19:11:26  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] dscape created check-version-fix (+1 new commit): http://git.io/n_Sn-A
19:11:26  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/check-version-fix 0ebdc1a Nuno Job: [fix] Fixes jitsu not reporting new version...
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19:12:53  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/commit/0ebdc1a72716
19:12:53  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/4822750
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19:13:21  <joeblau>hello
19:13:50  <nathan7>Hi!
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19:16:09  <joeblau>I'm trying to troubleshoot some lag on my server
19:16:48  <joeblau>when I navigate to my domain occasionally, it will take upwards of 30 seconds to serve my html
19:17:33  <nathan7>Mhm
19:17:34  <joeblau>I'm currently on the free tier so maybe those drones might have something to do with it
19:17:48  <nathan7>They're normal joyent/us-east-1 drones
19:18:10  <joeblau>so im also running new relic
19:18:31  <joeblau>and the response time on the server side is actually blazingly fast
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19:19:32  <nathan7>joeblau: Interesting
19:19:47  <nathan7>joeblau: user/appname?
19:19:58  <joeblau>joeblau/gitignore
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19:20:49  <joeblau>I took a screenshot a few minutes ago when it happend
19:21:09  <joeblau>its the chrome inspector showing ~30 second load time then everything shows up
19:21:55  <nathan7>joeblau: gitignore.io, not gitignore q=
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19:22:40  <joeblau>haha sorry
19:22:44  <joeblau>you're right
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19:26:32  <harbhub>how do you add multiple domains to the package.json?
19:26:58  <nathan7>harbhub: "domains": ["this.com", "that.com"]
19:27:05  <harbhub>okay
19:27:10  <harbhub>so just add an 's' to domain
19:27:14  <harbhub>and make an array
19:27:14  <nathan7>Yep
19:27:16  <nathan7>Yep.
19:27:16  <harbhub>sounds simple enough
19:27:20  <nathan7>[=
19:27:23  <harbhub>testing
19:27:47  <joeblau> "domains": [ "domain1.com", "domain2.com" ],
19:27:52  <harbhub>also
19:27:57  <harbhub>how do i turn off ports?
19:28:01  <harbhub>i only want one port running
19:28:05  <harbhub>no tracert
19:28:09  <harbhub>no nothing else lol
19:28:15  <harbhub>maybe ssh port, but that is it
19:28:22  <nathan7>ports?
19:28:29  <jcrugzz>only 80 and 443 are open harbhub
19:28:31  <harbhub>ports
19:28:37  <harbhub>ok
19:28:39  <jcrugzz>you can listen on any port internally
19:28:41  <harbhub>what is 443?
19:28:45  <jcrugzz>ssl
19:28:46  <joeblau>TLS
19:28:47  <nathan7>We handle HTTPS
19:28:47  <harbhub>ok
19:28:51  <harbhub>right
19:28:55  <harbhub>and 80?
19:28:55  <nathan7>harbhub: Your app can listen on one port, no more no less
19:28:58  <joeblau>HTTP
19:29:00  <harbhub>i know that is a newb question lol
19:29:00  <harbhub>ok
19:29:05  <nathan7>harbhub: And we do magic to make requests end up at your app
19:29:11  <harbhub>80 = http port 443 = https port
19:29:13  <harbhub>got it
19:29:13  <nathan7>You just get plain old HTTP
19:29:16  <jcrugzz>crazy witchcraft
19:29:19  <harbhub>lol
19:29:20  <harbhub>heh
19:29:25  <nathan7>And we do a lot of witchcraft
19:29:36  <joeblau>lol
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19:30:17  <nathan7>Goddamnit, why won't I get a slow response?
19:30:32  <jcrugzz>yea joeblau your site loaded instantly for me
19:30:48  <jcrugzz>nifty little site btw
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19:31:07  <joeblau>I dunno, most of the it's fine but every once in a while I'll see it take a while
19:31:24  <joeblau>thanks jcrugzz
19:31:29  <jcrugzz>nathan7 smack that drone back into shape
19:31:45  <joeblau>I still need to fix a few minor things on it
19:32:02  <jcrugzz>joeblau: its actually pretty funny because i just did a search before for an android .gitignore
19:32:05  <nathan7>joeblau says New Relic says the request takes little time to process
19:32:19  <nathan7>so that'd be a load balancer issue
19:32:24  <jcrugzz>ahh
19:32:28  <jcrugzz>good to know
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19:32:51  <nathan7>So I'm going to hammer it over all the LBs and see if I can get it to act up
19:33:01  <harbhub>so fellas
19:33:05  <harbhub>i have two domains
19:33:15  <harbhub>do i use req.headers.host
19:33:17  <harbhub>to get the domain?
19:33:23  <nathan7>Yep.
19:33:31  <joeblau>Okay thanks
19:33:34  <harbhub>will that return the http://domainname.com
19:33:39  <harbhub>or
19:33:42  <harbhub>domainname.com
19:33:43  <harbhub>?
19:33:51  <nathan7>The latter.
19:33:56  <harbhub>great
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19:35:58  <joeblau>jcrugzz: The command line function works really well. I'm always making .gitignore files for different projects so I put this together
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19:37:05  <wolverian>Hi everyone. Can I scale to more than one drone during developer sandbox testing?
19:37:41  <nathan7>No.
19:37:53  <nathan7>Dev sandbox has only one drone.
19:38:15  <jcrugzz>joeblau: i dig it
19:41:45  <wolverian>nathan7: Thanks.
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19:44:58  <harbhub>how do you scale with more drones?
19:45:00  <harbhub>i.e.
19:45:18  <harbhub>well
19:45:32  <harbhub>i guess you could load balance all file serving
19:45:40  <harbhub>plus the redis db is separate from the app itself
19:45:50  <harbhub>so each drone can poke at that
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19:46:18  <joeblau>Inside your web app, it looks like there is a +/- button to add and remove drones
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19:47:04  <nathan7>harbhub: You keep all central state in redis
19:47:15  <harbhub>what does that mean?
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19:47:55  <jcrugzz>harbhub: redis is your memory store rather than js objs or arrays in your app
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19:48:05  <harbhub>right
19:48:12  <harbhub>ok
19:48:13  <joeblau>brb
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19:49:00  <harbhub>does nodejitsu have any vulnerabilities?
19:51:33  <nathan7>If we knew of any we'd be busy fixing them
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19:52:59  <harbhub>so
19:53:18  <harbhub>by having nodejitsu as my host provider, i get security built in?
19:54:04  <nathan7>Nothing is magically secure
19:54:51  <harbhub>ok
19:55:44  <harbhub>i guess ultimately
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19:55:51  <harbhub>i want to be sure the the private key
19:55:53  <harbhub>on my server
19:55:58  <harbhub>cannot be seen by anyone ever
19:56:07  <harbhub>so firstly, i never serve it to requests
19:56:14  <harbhub>what other measures can i take?
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20:00:16  <nathan7>harbhub: don't trust user input is the golden rule
20:00:31  <harbhub>i don't trust user input
20:00:32  <harbhub>but
20:00:38  <harbhub>is the ONLY way to make an input
20:00:41  <harbhub>via the request?
20:01:42  <nathan7>Of course.
20:01:48  <harbhub>ok
20:01:54  <harbhub>then no one can hack me
20:02:04  <harbhub>they can't inject code
20:02:05  <nathan7>Drones are on a private network
20:02:06  <harbhub>i don't let them
20:02:08  <nathan7>Inaccessible from the outside
20:02:12  <harbhub>kinky
20:02:27  <nathan7>The only way in is through the load balancers and the API servers.
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20:03:24  <billybonos>hello
20:03:36  <nathan7>Hi!
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20:04:42  <nathan7>joeblau: I'm sending 81000 reqs to your app
20:04:48  <nathan7>joeblau: This is gonna take a while q=
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20:05:40  <harbhub>hey nathan7
20:05:49  <harbhub>how do i protect against API server and load balancer attacks?
20:06:00  <nathan7>Hm?
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20:06:18  <harbhub>you said the only way would be through those outlets
20:06:19  <nathan7>The load balancer is what takes a request and passes it to the right app
20:06:25  <harbhub>ok
20:06:28  <nathan7>And the API server is what provisions drones and such
20:06:31  <harbhub>ok
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20:06:54  <harbhub>so those wouldn't be able to get my files from my app, would they?
20:07:10  <harbhub>basically, i have one file, my private key, that i do not want anyone to see ever
20:07:25  <harbhub>what are all of the measures you would take to prevent it from ever being seen
20:07:36  <harbhub>because maybe the time that i upload it
20:07:39  <harbhub>jitsu deploy
20:07:43  <nathan7>That's over HTTPS
20:07:43  <harbhub>maybe that is a point of attack
20:07:47  <harbhub>ok
20:07:54  <harbhub>that is good to know
20:07:55  <harbhub>also
20:08:05  <harbhub>do you guys change your keys every month?
20:08:15  <harbhub>or do you just use the same keys indefinitely?
20:08:27  <billybonos>any advice on how to best access console logs?
20:08:31  <billybonos>loggly?
20:08:32  <nathan7>billybonos: jitsu logs
20:08:47  <nathan7>My private keys are more closely guarded than anything else I own in the world.
20:08:47  <billybonos>I will look that up
20:08:52  <billybonos>thanks!
20:09:00  <nathan7>billybonos: That uses Loggly internally
20:09:11  <billybonos>hmmm I'm out of my element but ok
20:09:12  <nathan7>We're working on moving away from Loggly because they do funky shit.
20:09:16  <billybonos>I'll investigate
20:09:27  <billybonos>is there any reference you could point me to?
20:09:32  <billybonos>to get started
20:09:48  <billybonos>or should I just start with command line jitsu logs?
20:09:57  <nathan7>jitsu logs shows logs from your app
20:10:09  <billybonos>ok great
20:10:19  <nathan7>harbhub: But either way, everything critical is rotated frequently
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20:15:57  <harbhub>nathan7
20:16:01  <harbhub>do you have any apps?
20:16:10  <harbhub>on the jitsu drones?
20:16:21  <nathan7>harbhub: Hmm?
20:16:34  <harbhub>do you have any hosted apps?
20:16:39  <harbhub>hosted via nodejitsu
20:16:41  <nathan7>harbhub: We eat our own dogfood, Nodejitsu runs on Nodejitsu.
20:16:51  <harbhub>that isn't my question
20:16:58  <harbhub>do you, nathan7, have your own app
20:17:04  <harbhub>i'm curious
20:17:12  <nathan7>I have a small app that runs the backend of an Android app
20:17:18  <harbhub>ok
20:17:23  <nathan7>which notifies people when the Amsterdam hackerspace is open
20:17:23  <harbhub>and does it have a private key?
20:17:33  <nathan7>It has a Google Cloud Messaging privkey, yes
20:17:37  <harbhub>what is Amsterdam hackerspace?
20:17:48  <nathan7>http://techinc.nl/
20:17:51  <harbhub>so your private key is physically a file on your app?
20:17:56  <nathan7>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hackerspace
20:18:01  <nathan7>harbhub: No, an env var.
20:18:09  <harbhub>ok
20:18:19  <harbhub>why an env var as opposed to a file?
20:18:42  <harbhub>are you from amsterdam?
20:19:31  <nathan7>I keep my app in git, it's open source, I'd rather not have a config file lying around when I can keep things in env var
20:19:34  <nathan7>*env vars
20:19:46  <harbhub>are env vars more secure?
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20:21:40  <harbhub>do the two domains that my app services need to point to the SAME dns server?
20:21:51  <harbhub>or can they each point to whichever dns from nodejitsu?
20:21:55  <nathan7>?
20:22:07  <nathan7>The DNS server is where what your domain points at is held
20:22:27  <nathan7>You tell your DNS server where your domain should point
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20:22:55  <harbhub>right
20:23:00  <harbhub>but
20:23:08  <harbhub>there are like 7 nodejitsu servers
20:23:09  <nathan7>We don't control your DNS server
20:23:10  <harbhub>that i could point to
20:23:13  <nathan7>Oh, yes
20:23:17  <nathan7>We have 10 load balancers I believe
20:23:21  <nathan7>Add them all.
20:23:22  <harbhub>does it matter which i choose?
20:23:35  <harbhub>what if i only add one
20:23:38  <harbhub>and they are different
20:23:41  <harbhub>for each domain
20:23:43  <harbhub>does that matter?
20:24:01  <nathan7>If you're not handling email at your app domain, just add a CNAME record to jit.su
20:25:06  <nathan7>It's not a good idea to point at one load balancer because it means you higher the load on that one balancer
20:25:46  <harbhub>what is a cname?
20:25:48  <st_luke>have you guys considered setting multiple a records for a load balancer subdomain then having people cname their domain to it?
20:26:03  <nathan7>That's jit.su, st_luke
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20:26:16  <nathan7>oh, jit.su has email records too now
20:26:26  <nathan7>x.jit.su then
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20:26:56  <nypllabs>hello?
20:27:00  <st_luke>doesn't look like jit.su has any mx records set up but it wouldn't affect cnames
20:27:11  <yawnt>st_luke: i'm laughing so hard at that recruiter mail atm
20:27:28  <st_luke>yawnt: yeah, that was a weird one
20:27:31  <nypllabs>got an error deploying to nodejitsu, error said to contact here
20:27:58  <harbhub>paste your error to a gist
20:28:05  <nathan7>st_luke: It does from here
20:28:14  <nathan7>nypllabs: A gist with the error please
20:28:27  <nathan7>nypllabs: https://gist.github.com/
20:28:30  <nypllabs>https://gist.github.com/mgiraldo/ae7a97278ac376495e21
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20:30:11  <st_luke>nathan7: ah I see them now via dig @8.8.8.8, looks like there's an issue with using host -t mx on the domain, maybe cause it's in the ussr
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20:30:17  <nathan7>nypllabs: Can you run that with --debug?
20:30:35  <nathan7>st_luke: host jit.su shows them for me
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20:31:25  <st_luke>nathan7: a bunch just showed up, just added?
20:32:36  <nathan7>st_luke: No idea
20:32:44  <st_luke>oh well doesn't really matter
20:33:33  <nypllabs>nathan7: jitsu deploy --debug?
20:33:41  <nathan7>nypllabs: Yeah
20:33:43  <nypllabs>on it
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20:38:31  <nypllabs>nathan7: updated the gist
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20:39:52  <nathan7>nypllabs: ah!
20:40:11  <nathan7>nypllabs: seems something is going on in your app
20:40:16  <nypllabs>hm
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20:40:35  <nathan7>nypllabs: https://gist.github.com/mgiraldo/ae7a97278ac376495e21#file-gistfile1-txt-L118-L123
20:41:25  <nypllabs>right... app needs redis
20:41:44  <nypllabs>how do you setup redis in nodejitsu (sorry... more familiar with heroku)
20:42:37  <nypllabs>nathan7: created
20:42:43  <nathan7>jitsu db will let you provision a redis DB
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20:49:13  <joeblau>nathan7: I'm back, did you use ab or some other tool?
20:50:07  <nypllabs>nathan7: ok app is running now after i added an env var to what i think should be the redis db
20:50:46  <nathan7>nypllabs: [=
20:51:18  <nypllabs>getting a 500 error to this url though: http://crowd-demo.jit.su/socket.io/1/?t=1360961362382
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20:53:36  <nathan7>joeblau: quickly written tool
20:53:51  <nathan7>nypllabs: I see no 500
20:53:57  <nathan7>nypllabs: Try making sure you've disabled flash sockets
20:54:26  <nypllabs>the app works locally so i dont think it's flash sockets error
20:55:23  <nypllabs>nathan7: thing is the url itself works (visiting it in the browser) but if requested from app chrome logs a 500
20:55:30  <nathan7>Flash sockets do not work over nodejitsu.
20:55:43  <nypllabs>where do i disable this
20:55:55  <nypllabs>n00b here : )
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20:56:58  <nathan7>nypllabs: err, wherever you set up all the socket.io transports
20:57:14  <nathan7>joeblau: I get 188ms requests at worst
20:57:38  <nypllabs>nathan7: io.set 'transports', ['websocket', 'xhr-polling', 'jsonp-polling']
20:57:51  <joeblau>nathan7: yeah that's what I was seeing when I ran ab
20:58:01  <nathan7>nypllabs: Hmm, should be fine
20:58:20  <joeblau>I did 1000 request with 10 concurrent users and I was seeing sub 200ms speeds
20:59:03  <joeblau>nathan7: I'll let this thing bake a little bit and if i see something else happen i'll let you know
21:00:07  <nathan7>!
21:00:11  <nathan7>I was mis-sorting
21:00:24  <nathan7>joeblau: I see them!
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21:04:21  <nathan7>joeblau: Doesn't seem to be specific to a single load balancer
21:05:16  <joeblau>nathan7: What do you see?
21:05:33  <nathan7>joeblau: 7-second requests
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21:06:25  <joeblau>nathan7: ah! Which URI are you hitting? the gitignore.jit.su or gitignore.io endpoint?
21:06:30  <nathan7>joeblau: gitignore.io
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21:10:54  <nathan7>joeblau: Yep, it's uniform across balancers
21:10:56  <nypllabs>nathan7: how can i view logs for an app? the jitsu equiv of heroku logs -t? i try jitsu logs and i get a "no logs for app in timespan" message
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21:11:13  <nathan7>nypllabs: jitsu logs is the right command
21:11:42  <nathan7>nypllabs: We don't have tailing yet though
21:11:51  <nypllabs>ok
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21:21:48  <nathan7>joeblau: running the same bench on a simple hello world app now
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21:29:27  <harbhub>you guys will get trailing?
21:29:31  <harbhub>it would be epic to trail the logs
21:29:38  <harbhub>i could watch as people use my site
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21:34:54  <joeblau>harbub, you can embed other monitoring solutions into your application
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21:37:20  <nypllabs>nathan7: ok it is an "operation not permitted" error in the redis db... any sample code of how to set up the db that you might have?
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21:37:44  <sam_saccone>hello, I deployed a new app, but it is not showing up in my admin interface as a deployed app
21:37:55  <sam_saccone>or even created at all
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21:38:46  <nathan7>sam_saccone: Hi
21:38:49  <nathan7>sam_saccone: How did you deploy it?
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21:39:29  <sam_saccone>data: stats unknown mojo-social 0/1 ---
21:39:36  <sam_saccone>hi nathan
21:39:42  <sam_saccone>i did jitsu deploy
21:40:10  <nathan7>What username?
21:40:28  <sam_saccone>mojotech
21:40:30  <sam_saccone>https://gist.github.com/samccone/7060de37227e2e4c72bf
21:40:35  <sam_saccone>here is the stack
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21:42:23  <nathan7>Hmm, no trace of it in the DB
21:42:45  <sam_saccone>strange eh
21:42:47  <nathan7>sam_saccone: Does your ~/.jitsuconf perhaps contain an endpoint setting?
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21:44:08  <sam_saccone>hmm
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21:44:21  <sam_saccone> "userconfig": "/Users/mojotech/.jitsuconf", "directories": {}, "username": "mojotech", "password": "**********************"
21:44:36  <nathan7>That's all?
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21:45:08  <sam_saccone>yup
21:45:10  <sam_saccone>that is all
21:45:22  <nathan7>and deploying again does the same thing?
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21:46:00  <sam_saccone>http://dl.dropbox.com/u/36928599/Screenshots/75.png
21:46:08  <sam_saccone>creates a snapshot
21:46:12  <sam_saccone>activates it
21:46:19  <sam_saccone>gives me a status ok
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21:46:56  <sam_saccone>i am updating the npm right now....
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21:48:18  <opec>anyone use hover.com with jitsu
21:49:09  <nathan7>There should be no issue with using any given domain name registrar
21:49:09  <sam_saccone>ah.. ok the old version was not throwing the right error
21:49:11  <sam_saccone>i see it now :)
21:49:14  <nathan7>sam_saccone: Lovely
21:49:22  <nypllabs>nathan7: works now... nodejitsu-generated redis password had a : and it screwed up things
21:49:27  <sam_saccone>just had not payed for this account
21:50:11  <nathan7>nypllabs: We're aware of it, we can't really do a lot about that
21:50:20  <nathan7>nypllabs: that's an IrisRedis thing
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21:50:46  <nypllabs>nathan7: maybe add a note somewhere... known "bug" or something... added an env var for now
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21:54:14  <harbhub>can i pay a little extra to enable the SSL that business plans can use?
21:54:22  <harbhub>i.e. can i pay a little extra for my drone?
21:54:29  <harbhub>to make it so i can use ssl to my domain?
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21:58:18  <JonnyT>Getting an error "getaddrinfo ENOTFOUND" when "jitsu apps deploy" ?
21:58:33  <nathan7>That'd be a network issue on your end unfortunately
21:58:50  <JonnyT>ahh makes sense..
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22:13:10  <matej__>Hello, can someone advise me on how to get more than one ip address for an app? I need it to scale itself. is any of that possible?
22:13:50  <nathan7>matej__: What do you mean?
22:14:13  <nathan7>matej__: You can scale to multiple instances of an app
22:14:26  <matej__>ok so I have an app that plays a game for you. In order to not get banned, i need each person to have unique IP.
22:14:34  <matej__>an online game, travian
22:14:47  <matej__>can i do it within an app?
22:15:21  <matej__>so say someone registers their account on my website(app) and that app creates a new drone with its ip and starts the script dedicated to the account
22:15:29  <nathan7>Err
22:15:37  <blakmatrix>matej__: people behind a firewall like universities will have troubles with your app
22:15:48  <matej__>there may be a simpler way to do this such as a proxy or relay.
22:15:54  <matej__>the app will run on nodejitsu?
22:16:02  <nypllabs>nathan7: jitsu deploy sends my latest git commit or just the folder i am standing in as is?
22:16:08  <matej__>and i will use the web interface
22:16:16  <nathan7>If you're getting banned from a service, you're probably violating their terms of service
22:16:34  <nathan7>nypllabs: It does npm pack, so it packs up the folder minus filed listed in .npmignore or .gitignore
22:16:42  <nathan7>nypllabs: (the first of the two that exists)
22:16:48  <matej__>you don't understand. You may get banned if I log in to multiple accounts from the same IP on the same server
22:17:49  <matej__>my problem is the ip addresses, im not sure how to allocate them to one app
22:18:01  <nathan7>All outgoing requests from an app go through our NAT
22:18:12  <nathan7>We have like four IPs for outgoing connections
22:18:20  <matej__>oh right
22:18:28  <nypllabs>nathan7: hmmm... cause i have trouble seeing the latest code show up in the browser... using different browsers, cleaning cache and all that
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22:22:50  <matej__>ok thanks.. i will make executables people can run on their machines. it uses port 80 which is open from most firewalls
22:22:56  <matej__>acts like a browser anyway
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22:26:57  <nypllabs>nathan7: thanks
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22:57:56  <CoverSlide>nodejitsu is narcissistic: http://twitamore.com/nodejitsu
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22:58:13  <nicholasf>hi
22:58:44  <nicholasf>I'm trying to find a link to details about the micro instance on nodejitsu. Does that package let you run a db of any kind?
22:59:43  <nathan7>DBs are independent
22:59:54  <nathan7>CoverSlide: And most of our employees <3 @nodejitsu too
23:00:04  <nicholasf>nathan7: ok
23:00:10  <nathan7>nicholasf: You can provision DBs at our DB partners with jitsu db
23:00:21  <nicholasf>gotcha
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23:01:57  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] nathan7 created update-deps (+1 new commit): http://git.io/x9VZAw
23:01:57  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/update-deps 03e375a Nathan Zadoks: [email protected]
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23:03:39  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/jitsu#340 (update-deps - 03e375a : Nathan Zadoks): The build passed.
23:03:39  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/commit/03e375af3253
23:03:39  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/4827676
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23:08:56  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] nathan7 pushed 1 new commit to update-deps: http://git.io/kQpTSg
23:08:56  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/update-deps 432b7b6 Nathan Zadoks: [email protected]
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23:12:35  <wesbos>hey guys
23:12:53  <nathan7>Hey!
23:12:53  <wesbos>Nodejitsu puts everything through port 80, right?
23:13:18  <nathan7>Yep.
23:13:33  <nathan7>Whatever port you listen on, we'll pick it up and make sure your HTTP ends up there.
23:13:51  <wesbos>what if I'm running socket.io on 9000 and a file server on 80
23:13:54  <wesbos>do they clash?
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23:14:52  <nathan7>wesbos: That wouldn't work, no
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23:15:02  <wesbos>just need to run two instances for that then?
23:15:03  <nathan7>wesbos: Just attach your socket.io to your HTTP server
23:15:07  <nathan7>wesbos: or separate the two
23:15:15  <wesbos>ah okay
23:15:18  <nathan7>wesbos: whatever is most appropriate, you know better than I do
23:15:24  <wesbos>makes sense
23:15:26  <wesbos>okay thanks
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23:33:15  <harbhub>can my drone have multiple subdomains?
23:33:32  <blakmatrix1>harbhub: no
23:33:48  <harbhub>:(
23:34:16  <blakmatrix1>harbhub: wait what do you mean br drone, your plan?
23:34:37  <harbhub>?
23:34:47  <harbhub>what is br drone?
23:34:54  <harbhub>i have the individual micro drone
23:34:58  <harbhub>so one drone
23:35:04  <harbhub>i want multiple subdomains
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23:35:28  <harbhub>so my one drone has multiple domains, however, can it also have multiple subdomains?
23:35:31  <blakmatrix1>if you are on the plan with one drone, you can ave many apps, each wit tier own subdomains, however, you may only have one app active at a time
23:36:30  <blakmatrix1>harbhub: do you have a similar example?
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23:37:23  <harbhub>what?
23:37:26  <harbhub>i have one app
23:37:29  <harbhub>on my one domain
23:37:31  <harbhub>it is active
23:37:42  <blakmatrix1>whats the link ?
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23:37:46  <harbhub>my package.json has domains:["dom1.com","dom2.com"]
23:37:52  <harbhub>i want to make
23:38:09  <harbhub>subdomains:['sub1.jit.su',"sub2.jit.su"]
23:38:16  <blakmatrix1>ok
23:38:25  <harbhub>can i add the multiple subdomains the same way i made the multiple domains?
23:38:39  <blakmatrix1>harbhub: no you only get one nodejitsu subdomain
23:38:48  <harbhub>:(
23:38:56  <harbhub>ok
23:39:47  <joeblau>harbhub: who is your domain provider, they should allow you to create subdomians and map them to whatever url you want.
23:40:15  <harbhub>i wanted two subdomains
23:40:18  <harbhub>to have two ssls
23:40:32  <joeblau>unless, you're just going with the jit.su hosted app
23:40:41  <joeblau>ah i see
23:41:25  <joeblau>Alright guys, it's been real; it's been fun. Have a great weekend.
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23:50:39  <JonnyT>Cant figure out why my app is hanging, simple hello world with a http->https redirect
23:51:13  <blakmatrix1>JonnyT: got a gist of your code?
23:51:37  <JonnyT>one sec
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23:53:14  <JonnyT>https://gist.github.com/turkingj/adeeb0d9a9c8070aef51
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23:56:45  <harbhub>do you have a business plan?
23:56:50  <JonnyT>yes i do
23:56:51  <harbhub>jonnyT?
23:56:52  <harbhub>ok
23:57:28  <JonnyT>added ssl certificates today everything was working earlier..
23:57:47  <harbhub>well, personally, i wouldn't use express
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23:58:32  <JonnyT>ehh?
23:58:54  <JonnyT>better way of doing the redirect ?