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00:00:34  <anoemi>ArxPoetica: we're having deploy issues right now
00:00:48  <ArxPoetica>I see.
00:00:52  <ArxPoetica>So check back. :)
00:00:52  <anoemi>no further info at the moment but we're looking into it as we speak
00:01:01  <ArxPoetica>good luck :)
00:01:07  <anoemi>ArxPoetica: thx ;)
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00:01:49  <ace_>jitsu deploy fixestodeploy :)
00:01:52  <ace_>easy!
00:01:59  <anoemi>bardu: i just tried to repro that and i couldn't
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00:02:09  <anoemi>did you see that just now?
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00:02:50  <bardu>anoemi: no, as I said trying this for months now
00:03:48  <fusiongrokker_>after I upgrade to a business plan will I be able to deploy the same app across multiple datacenters?
00:03:53  <anoemi>bardu: right, im just wondering when the most recent attempt was
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00:05:10  <bardu>anoemi: just minutes ago
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00:09:09  <bardu>anoemi: the email I got yesterday about the scheduled maintenance started with "Hi undefined", something seems to be weird with my account. At least the billing works.
00:10:42  <anoemi>bardu: there was an error with that email, it seems everyone saw 'undefined', its not associated with your account
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00:11:08  <anoemi>bardu: im filing a github issue for that error you mentioned in webops
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00:12:14  <bardu>anoemi: ok, thanks
00:12:33  <anoemi>bardu: which browser are you using?
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00:13:15  <bardu>anoemi: FF on Ubuntu, will try Chrome right now
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00:15:21  <bardu>anoemi: that's odd ... it works with Chrome
00:16:08  <anoemi>i tried to repro in chrome and didnt have the problem
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00:17:18  <olex>huh, strangely, I had some knackhq.com login screen instead of my app
00:17:41  <olex>deployed a few times, and it just worked as I came in to irc
00:17:42  <Nijiko>Is it common to get deploy errors repeatedly and all different most of these are no free servers available but the rest are haibu
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00:18:37  <anoemi>olex: what were you trying to do when that happened?
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00:18:50  <bardu>anoemi: I also notice for quite some time that deleting snapshots is an issue, idling for long time and then I had to reload the page. However, it seem also related to FF, works like a charm in Chrome
00:19:06  <anoemi>bardu: the issue has been logged in github
00:20:08  <anoemi>Nijiko: no its not, we're seeing deploy errors across our platform right now. devops is working on it right now.
00:20:33  <Nijiko>https://gist.github.com/Nijikokun/9282262ffce2421f623a
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00:21:44  <olex>@anoemi I've had an app running without any deploys over the weekend, I believe. I saw the knack login screen about an hour ago, then deployed a few times. It went away just as I joined IRC (7:17) - the latest deploy now showed
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00:22:55  <Nijiko>.-.
00:23:01  <Nijiko>ok anoemi
00:25:49  <anoemi>olex: thats weird. definitely let us know if that happens again.
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00:26:52  <olex>yeah it was super strange, I'll get a network trace if I see it again
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00:34:14  <tim___>any updates on ECONNREFUSED?
00:34:30  <tim___>just making sure it's not on my end
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00:35:26  <anoemi>tim___: there are issues across the platform
00:35:44  <anoemi>tim___: no updates yet, but ill let you know immediately when i have any
00:36:29  <tim___>ok, thank you
00:36:36  <anoemi>np
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00:47:14  <Nijiko>I got one deploy in
00:51:19  * anoemitopic: Nodejitsu - One of our load balancers 165.225.129.253 has been having issues. Please remove it from your DNS. | Cloud Status https://status.jit.su
00:52:04  <anoemi>Nijiko: good stuff
00:52:17  <Nijiko>Actually two
00:52:24  <Nijiko>so i'd say it might be starting to get stable
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01:27:21  <anoemi>is anyone else seeing improvements in deploys?
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01:28:27  <anoemi>SomeKittens: yep
01:28:31  <anoemi>hey there
01:28:51  <SomeKittens>Hi, I'm hoping we can solve my issue: https://nodejitsu.zendesk.com/requests/12649
01:30:18  <SomeKittens>This is my first time working with SSL in Node, so I may be missing something somewhere
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01:31:00  <anoemi>SomeKittens: which kind of Nodejitsu plan are you on?
01:31:35  <SomeKittens>Micor
01:31:37  <SomeKittens>Micro*
01:32:44  <SomeKittens>We'll be moving to a larger plan when we finish the site and start acquiring users
01:33:44  * aokayrrunawaypart
01:34:01  <anoemi>SomeKittens: is that a micro individual plan, or business plan?
01:35:08  <SomeKittens>Just the personal one, do I need a business one to use SSL?
01:36:20  <anoemi>custom SSL is only available on business plans
01:36:30  <anoemi>so thatd be the issue
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01:37:12  <SomeKittens>Ah, thanks! I should have read your docs first, sorry for wasting your time. In the future, it might be helpful to have a better explanation with the error message.
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01:42:53  <anoemi>SomeKittens: no prob. so you're saying it would be better if the error message said specifically that the feature you were trying to use wasnt available under your plan?
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01:46:44  <SomeKittens>Yeah, that would have saved me a lot of time
01:48:16  <timsavery>hello there...trying to force ssl when I have a custom ssl cert on a business plan, this does not seem to be working for me: http://handbook.jit.su/a-quickstart/faq#faq-how-do-i-force-my-clients-to-use-https-with-my-application
01:48:28  <timsavery>is it still up-to-date?
01:50:46  <anoemi>SomeKittens: would you mind add that suggestion to http://nodejitsu.uservoice.com ?
01:50:50  <anoemi>*adding
01:52:17  <anoemi>timsavery: it is :)
01:52:58  <timsavery>blast! ok...will try again...thanks!
01:53:13  <anoemi>np
01:53:16  <timsavery>@anoemi: I'll follow up about Node Philly too :)
01:53:21  <Nijiko>hmm
01:53:26  <Nijiko>still seems like nodejitsu having issues
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01:54:52  <anoemi>timsavery: coolness :D
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01:58:11  <anoemi>Nijiko: which issues are you still seeing?
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01:59:21  <Nijiko>t Object.onTimeout [as _onTimeout] (/root/haibu-orchestra/node_modules/haibu/lib/haibu/core/spawner.js:396:15)
01:59:21  <Nijiko>error spawning drone
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02:21:20  <timsavery>@anoemi: I'm dying here...the redirect works locally...can't get it to work when deployed...seems like an infinite redirect loop or something...here is my code: https://gist.github.com/timsavery/5087481
02:21:33  <timsavery>put the redirect code directly from the handbook
02:21:52  <timsavery>help please!
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02:24:04  <AvianFlu>timsavery: try dumping req.headers['x-forwarded-proto'] before you check it
02:24:08  <AvianFlu>in the logs
02:24:14  <AvianFlu>so you can see if it's set as you expect
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02:26:05  <timsavery>@AvianFlu: did that too...from the log: "redirecting to https://www.graysonsaves.org/"...exactly what I expected
02:26:25  <timsavery>@AvianFlu: also...going directly to the https:// just sits there, never returns
02:26:43  <AvianFlu>that's strange
02:26:51  <AvianFlu>how long has this been the case
02:26:53  <AvianFlu>is this a new app?
02:28:09  <timsavery>I added a custom ssl cert this past weekend with the help of @coderarity, just trying to force ssl now cause I accept payments via stripe and need don't want to allow http
02:28:54  <timsavery>I made sure it is not a browser cache issue as well...because the 301 does get cached
02:29:14  <timsavery>you can double check me...does https://www.graysonsaves.org work for you?
02:29:46  <AvianFlu>nope
02:29:48  <AvianFlu>but
02:29:49  <AvianFlu>https://gist.github.com/timsavery/5087481#file-gistfile1-txt-L10-L19
02:29:55  <AvianFlu>don't you need to call next() or something there?
02:30:01  <AvianFlu>if the if doesn't evaluate to true?
02:30:02  <timsavery>oh shit
02:30:38  <timsavery>I hope I am not that stupid...probably am...let me try
02:30:39  <AvianFlu>that's probably why it just hangs
02:30:48  <AvianFlu>cause you've blocked your middleware chain :)
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02:32:52  <Guest94469>im having dns issues
02:33:10  <Guest94469>my subdomain is going to the wrong website.
02:33:13  <Guest94469>http://jenklee.nodejitsu.com/
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02:35:31  <timsavery>@AvianFlu: first off, I formally apologize for sucking that hard and missing that....secondly, still doesn't work :
02:35:33  <timsavery>:)
02:35:44  <AvianFlu>timsavery: what's it doing now
02:35:54  <timsavery>different error though from https://www.graysonsaves.org...An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
02:35:58  <timsavery>nothing in my logs
02:36:06  <timsavery>redirect is good though
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02:36:11  <timsavery>I don't use a db here
02:36:22  <AvianFlu>just `jitsu apps start`
02:36:23  <timsavery>its a pretty static page
02:36:28  <AvianFlu>that will probably fix it
02:36:49  <timsavery>ok...says it is running in the web dashboard
02:36:57  <AvianFlu>okay
02:37:36  <AvianFlu>Guest94469: username / appname?
02:38:54  <AvianFlu>Guest94469: looks like it's fixed now
02:39:57  <timsavery>@AvianFlu: wierd...okay so "jitsu apps start" hung, stopped and restarted app twice in web dashboard and now it works!
02:40:17  <timsavery>super glad this is working now.
02:40:36  <timsavery>thanks again...and sorry about the "next()" thing :)
02:41:07  <AvianFlu>np
02:41:15  <AvianFlu>and don't feel bad, everybody does it sometimes
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02:44:24  <renatoargh>Guys, what port should I set my app to listen when deploying to nodejitsu??? 3000 or 80 ?
02:44:38  <AvianFlu>it doesn't really matter
02:44:40  <AvianFlu>use 3000
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03:07:19  <semmy>Hey there! I seem to be problems deploying -- or more specifically, problems activating snapshots once they are deployed.
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03:07:52  <jcrugzz>semmy: did this start happening recently?
03:08:51  <semmy>I was having problems with it on Saturday, and after getting help here I discovered that my tarball was too big. So I scaled it down significantly and it seemed to work, but I'm having trouble again this evening.
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03:12:00  <jcrugzz>semmy: does it give you any error output?
03:13:16  <semmy>I got a couple of errors earlier when I tried to deploy, but I haven't recently. It ends with "Nodejitsu ok" and the package is archived, but it's not active. When I try to activate it via the web interface or the command line I get "nodejitsu ok" but it's still not active.
03:13:21  <semmy>I'm trying to deploy again now
03:14:32  <jcrugzz>semmy: try deploying with `jitsu deploy --debug` and gist the output
03:14:57  <semmy>ok, running it with debug now
03:16:02  <semmy>i did just get an error on the last deploy, though: https://gist.github.com/semmypurewal/fc336934cd7976beea3d
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03:19:20  <jcrugzz>semmy: hmm try increasing your timeout to 120000
03:19:58  <semmy>ok, here's the deploy with debug: https://gist.github.com/semmypurewal/30fdae0517d99555d4a0
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03:21:05  <jcrugzz>semmy: huh it seems like you have a pretty old version of `jitsu`
03:21:16  <ArxPoetica>how does one update jitsu?
03:21:19  <jcrugzz>can you run `npm install jitsu -g`
03:21:31  <ArxPoetica>answered
03:21:37  <jcrugzz>:)
03:21:38  <ArxPoetica>do you have to run sudo on that puppy?
03:21:45  <jcrugzz>ArxPoetica: depends on your OS
03:21:52  <jcrugzz>on OS X with homebrew i dont
03:21:52  <ArxPoetica>mac
03:22:02  <jcrugzz>since the permissions are setup to allow me to
03:22:10  <ArxPoetica>gotcha
03:22:23  <semmy>ok, updating jitsu
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03:23:31  <semmy>trying to deploy again
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03:25:02  <jcrugzz>semmy: ok
03:25:15  <semmy>jcrugzz
03:25:20  <semmy>jcrugzz: nice! it worked!
03:25:25  <semmy>thank you so much!
03:25:29  <jcrugzz>semmy: awesome :)
03:25:36  <jcrugzz>np
03:25:47  <semmy>i'll have to keep that in mind -- remember to check jitsu version for updates before deploying
03:25:53  <semmy>thanks again
03:26:04  <jcrugzz>semmy: and you can also update your node version :P
03:26:16  <semmy>will do
03:26:17  <semmy>thank you
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04:08:36  <oliverschoening>.
04:08:37  <oliverschoening>.
04:08:37  <oliverschoening>.
04:10:12  <oliverschoening>:-/ Problem.. jitsu deploy worked fine, and it says it is running. But on the website it isnt, and the link is 404
04:10:29  <oliverschoening>Now it works!, nvm
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04:26:11  <oliverschoening>Hm.. I have terrible delay on my app. How come :)
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05:18:31  <simpleshadow>Receiving 500 error when spawning my drone
05:18:31  <simpleshadow>https://gist.github.com/simpleshadow/c1b1c09e40889aa8fdc9
05:18:37  <simpleshadow>it's been a few weeks since i've started it up
05:18:37  <julianduque>Let me see
05:18:56  <julianduque>simpleshadow: can you gist me your package.json file please?
05:19:09  <simpleshadow>o wait
05:19:11  <simpleshadow>engine version
05:19:15  <simpleshadow>didn't notice this 'til now
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05:19:43  <julianduque>always use 0.8.x or 0.6.x not an exact version
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05:21:34  <simpleshadow>https://gist.github.com/simpleshadow/5088213
05:22:08  <simpleshadow>waiting for it spin up with node 0.8.x
05:22:17  <simpleshadow>to spin up*
05:22:40  <julianduque>Let me know if it works
05:23:37  <simpleshadow>nope didn't work
05:24:04  <simpleshadow>Error says "Script took too long to listen on a socket"
05:24:41  <julianduque>simpleshadow: whats your username? so I can check
05:24:55  <simpleshadow>julianduque simpleshadow
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05:25:33  <simpleshadow>great, thanks
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05:29:00  <julianduque>simpleshadow: it will take a few minutes, i'm working on it
05:29:43  <simpleshadow>no rush, i'll be around
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05:32:40  <jcrugzz>simpleshadow: make sure you have the latest jitsu `npm install jitsu -g`
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05:35:38  <simpleshadow>updating now
05:37:13  <simpleshadow>ok, updated. attempting to redeploy.
05:37:32  <simpleshadow>hey cool, upload progress :P
05:37:45  <julianduque>hehehe pimpin!
05:38:37  <julianduque>my internet connection is killing me :/
05:40:47  <jcrugzz>julianduque: what kind of speeds do you get down in columbia?
05:41:03  <simpleshadow>got the same error
05:41:31  <julianduque>jcrugzz: max... 10mb
05:41:34  <julianduque>:/
05:41:35  <simpleshadow>https://gist.github.com/simpleshadow/5088275
05:41:52  <jcrugzz>julianduque: :/ thats no fun
05:41:58  <julianduque>jcrugzz: i know
05:42:37  <julianduque>simpleshadow: trying to see the root cause but my internet connection is trolling me, but i'm on it
05:43:07  <jcrugzz>simpleshadow: want to run a `jitsu deploy --debug` it will give a bit more info.
05:43:33  <simpleshadow>jcrugzz: on it
05:43:45  <jcrugzz>and if you didn't know, julianduque is a ninja. he will ninja star his internet connection to figure out the issue
05:44:24  <julianduque>jo jo jo, i'm trying to
05:46:08  <simpleshadow>strange, using --debut it worked
05:46:12  <simpleshadow>debug*
05:46:17  <julianduque>it worked?
05:46:32  <simpleshadow>yes
05:46:33  <simpleshadow>haha
05:46:39  <jcrugzz>awesome lol
05:46:46  <simpleshadow>all i changed
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05:47:02  <julianduque>did you change something?
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05:50:16  <simpleshadow>julianduque: all i changed was including --debug in the deploy
05:50:24  <simpleshadow>makes no sense but it's running now
05:50:42  <julianduque>maybe you hit some internal timeout, I was able to deploy your app too on a test account
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06:40:01  <dileep>anybody know for the error of Error: Encountered the following error while trying to read given image: Error: EISDIR, read
06:42:24  <julianduque>dileep: you are trying to load an image that is a directory
06:43:00  <dileep>Error: Encountered the following error while trying to read given image: Error: ENOENT, open './home/dileep/Pictures/myimage.jpg'
06:44:24  <julianduque>dileep: and that ENOENT is because the file doesn't exist
06:44:37  <julianduque>dileep: it is in the folder?
06:44:53  <dileep>yeah it is in the folder
06:45:19  <dileep>https://gist.github.com/dileephell/5064310
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06:49:40  <julianduque>dileep: https://gist.github.com/dileephell/5064310#file-gistfile1-txt-L26 remove the . from the path
06:57:02  <dileep>FATAL ERROR: JS Allocation failed - process out of memory 5 Mar 12:25:25 - [nodemon] app crashed - waiting for file changes before starting...
06:57:27  <julianduque>ups!
06:57:46  <julianduque>dileep: you are out of memory, is the image too big?
06:58:16  <dileep>hmmm 2.9 Mb
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07:33:01  <jaha>how do I proxy localhost request to another server to bypass ajax cross domain issues?
07:34:15  <jaha>i dont want to proxy everything, just under a certain route
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07:35:34  <julianduque>jaha: You can use https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy
07:36:21  <julianduque>jaha: just make sure you are routing only on the specific route checking the req.url param
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07:49:40  <jaha>julianduque: thanks
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08:01:34  <Raynos>https://gist.github.com/Raynos/348ab02f4e244dfcdadc
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08:01:44  <Raynos>^ How do I tell nodejitsu to just run that command
08:02:19  <julianduque>Raynos: can you gist me the package.json please
08:02:23  <Raynos>sec
08:02:25  <Raynos>think im fixing it
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08:02:54  <Raynos>https://gist.github.com/Raynos/cd70081776e333cc9787
08:04:16  <julianduque>Raynos: let me see what's wrong..
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08:09:03  <Raynos>im trying to just run a command
08:09:05  <Raynos>and have it work
08:09:31  <Raynos>and the docs are down too https://www.nodejitsu.com/forward#/docs -.-
08:10:06  <julianduque>Raynos: If i'm not wrong, you can't pass params to the start script, you can wrapp the call on a single script
08:10:16  <Raynos>thats what im trying now atm
08:10:21  <julianduque>Raynos: yes, we are migrating the docs right now, it should be fixed in a couple of minutes
08:10:53  <Raynos>https://gist.github.com/Raynos/2ea5c2c42746129c0188 :(
08:11:02  <Raynos>im spawning a child process that listens to a socket
08:11:58  <julianduque>Raynos: nodejitsu by now only works with http
08:13:14  <Raynos>I have a server that spawns a child process that starts a http server ( https://github.com/Raynos/graphics/blob/master/bin/server.js )
08:14:26  <mmalecki>Raynos: you have to spawn it in the same process we spawn
08:14:29  <mmalecki>er
08:14:36  <mmalecki>start the server in the same process
08:16:17  <Raynos>how do I spawn it in the same process?
08:16:36  <indexzero>I think if you just require the script it should work
08:16:43  <indexzero>set process.argv to what you want
08:17:24  <indexzero>it might not like the #!
08:17:33  <Raynos>ah well
08:17:35  <Raynos>I can do that for sure
08:18:12  <indexzero>Raynos: That script doesn't seem to start a server
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08:20:21  <Raynos>ugh requiring it doesnt work cleanly either
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09:22:02  <ace__>Hi, I've been getting Error: socket hang up for the past 18 hours or so. Is there any issues with socket allocation?
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09:23:15  <julianduque>ace__: do you have a log with the error? can you create a gist with it?
09:26:21  <ace__>I have the error, I've not used github before
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09:27:10  <julianduque>ace__: use any service, pastebin would work too
09:27:32  <ace__>https://gist.github.com/anonymous/53bbb4dd18eb52c30183
09:27:44  <ace__>actually it turned out to be pretty simple :)
09:28:20  <julianduque>ace__: can you give me your username and app name please
09:28:35  <julianduque>i will investigate whats going on
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09:47:07  <ace__>aceofpack
09:47:13  <ace__>and app name is Pong
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09:49:01  <julianduque>i'm checking right now
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10:00:04  <ace__>line 283 onwards init is where the port is assigned
10:08:12  <julianduque>ace__: i'm on it
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10:10:52  <julianduque>ace__: i think I found the cause
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10:13:57  <julianduque>ace__: it's related to socket.io transport bug
10:13:59  <julianduque>ace__: http://www.evilprofessor.co.uk/533-an-error-has-occurred-bytesparsed0codehpe_invalid_constant/
10:14:19  <julianduque>ace__: you need to remove flashsockets transport
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10:14:40  <ace__>gladly!
10:15:46  <ace__>trying this now..
10:16:28  <ace__>ah yes, deployed fine
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10:16:53  <ace__>huge thanks for playing detective!
10:17:01  <ace__>much appreciated
10:17:05  <julianduque>ace__: awesome!
10:17:06  <julianduque>:D
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12:55:41  <juliangruber>something with domains just broke :O http://alrtio.nodejitsu.com/ works but http://alrt.io/ says ECONNREFUSED, syscall "connect"
12:56:13  <juliangruber>already restarted
12:57:04  <julianduque>juliangruber: works for me, let me check the balancers
12:58:16  <julianduque>hmm all balancers are good. investigating.
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12:58:35  <juliangruber>just saw the message about the broken load balancer
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12:59:03  <julianduque>oh, you are right
12:59:20  <julianduque>its up but misbehaving
13:00:11  <juliangruber>I removed the a-record for this load balancer
13:00:18  <juliangruber>It was the first one in my list
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13:00:38  <julianduque>let it propagate and test again
13:01:46  <juliangruber>julianduque: works again :)
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13:02:00  <julianduque>juliangruber: awesome! :)
13:02:05  <julianduque>bbl o/
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13:26:52  <xexmedes>Does anyone else have 20 minutes of error 500 followed by my site trying to get me to a /home url I don't have !!?!!
13:29:22  <xexmedes>So, just me then. Great. Also, nothing shows in the logs.
13:31:59  <juliangruber>xexmedes: could be related to the misbehaving loadbalancer
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13:33:36  <xexmedes>OK, I just got in. It looks like all is OK on the status page
13:34:12  <xexmedes>Any word on when the loadbalancer will be fixed?
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13:39:04  <juliangruber>just remove its dns entry for now
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13:51:21  <BuildingAndroidA>Does anyone know how many concurrent socket connections a single drone can handle?
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13:57:49  <juliangruber>BuildingAndroidA: Doesn't matter, right? Drones are so cheap and you need multiple instances anyway
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14:11:08  <xexmedes>Hmm. SOmeone might want to change the balancer status to something else than green at the status.jit.su page. It works 10% of the time for me and I have a customer demo. Sigh
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14:20:56  <mmalecki>xexmedes: more details would be appreciated
14:21:14  <mmalecki>xexmedes: from our internal metrics I see that balancers are working appropiately
14:21:47  <xexmedes>OK, sorry. the url is https://gamebus.jit.su my account is psvensson
14:22:13  <mmalecki>okay, that's likely your app crashing. let me take a look
14:23:49  <xexmedes>Thx. Now I get (as I do fairly often) An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"} so it might be some iriscouch issue, perhaps?
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14:28:03  <xexmedes>Hmm. Now the admin site works, but a client get instead a page with a 'TrisFast' logo
14:28:30  <xexmedes>Clearly that balancer is leaking things. Maybe a rollback if possible?
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14:29:23  <mmalecki>xexmedes: I just restarted all our balancers and your app
14:29:32  <xexmedes>Thanks!
14:30:26  <mmalecki>what's that TrisFast thing?
14:30:29  <mmalecki>is it yours?
14:30:52  <aeosynth>i'm getting ECONNREFUSED errors on my site, http://drafts.in. site loads fine @ http://drafts.in.jit.su, http://drafts.in.jitsu.com
14:31:14  <aeosynth>the errors are happening intermittently, looks good atm
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14:32:51  <xexmedes>Nope, never seen it before.
14:33:09  <xexmedes>It seemd like a random encounter of some sort
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14:48:32  <kmoney>I am having some issues with my site. Anyone around?
14:49:10  <kmoney>I think I might have configured something wrong. It's been going up and down and sending me connection errors
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14:57:09  <rhadium>hello
14:57:19  <rhadium>looks like our app is down
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14:57:29  <rhadium>nodejitsu too
14:57:29  <spacenick>looks like jitsu is down yeah
14:57:52  <xexmedes>Now my service is back to nonresponsive (probably the loadbalancer again) after 30 nice minutes of good uptime
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14:58:36  <xexmedes>Wow yes, even the status.jit.su page is down :o
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15:00:20  <kmoney>looks like the server maintenance went well
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15:02:46  <fusiongrokker>:\
15:03:01  <fusiongrokker>there has been a lot of downtime this week
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15:03:55  <`3rdEden>We just did an update to our loadbalancer, it seems that there's something going wrong. We are working on resolving it asap
15:04:17  <sberryman>yeah, i restarted my app and now i'm getting application not found
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15:05:51  <fusiongrokker>the upside is I know that my monitoring is working...
15:05:54  <`3rdEden>The loadbalancers are slowly going up again so it should be resolved any minute now
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15:06:12  <sberryman>i'm getting an ssl error now
15:07:02  <BrandonGriggs>SSL errors here too. Lots of downtime lately
15:07:31  <fusiongrokker>static pages working but getting: An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNRESET"}
15:07:42  <fusiongrokker>iriscouch problems too?
15:08:17  <sberryman>doesn't seem like an actual joyent issue, all my smartos instances are running fine
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15:11:37  <aeosynth>yeah i'm getting random ECONNREFUSED errors as well
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15:13:52  <sberryman>one of my apps is back up
15:14:04  <fusiongrokker>actually some db requests are working for me... main logged in page is showing lots of summary data, but when I try to view detail of a record I'm getting ECONNRESET
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15:19:15  <fusiongrokker>wwwwweird. try to view a particular doc in iriscouch and it's there. view its detail in my app and I get ECONNRESET... login to my app using another account and look at a different record and have no problem...
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15:20:53  <michokest>hello!
15:21:13  <michokest>i set up an app with SSL, and since yesterday night it's failing intermittently for some users
15:21:28  <michokest>http://cl.ly/image/1V0k0F260P0l
15:21:40  <michokest>example URL here: https://teambox-image-proxy.nodejitsu.com/f7a134aa078f3ed23d99f56df58735f3b31e9211/687474703a2f2f636c2e6c792f3149306232333061323430612f636f6e74656e74
15:24:11  <aeosynth>michokest: nodejitsu reset their load balancers, and its been giving people (incl me) problems
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15:24:39  <michokest>ok, so we're not alone. good to hear! but we're using this to embed ssl images, and since chrome is strict now they won't display
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15:27:38  <michokest>does anyone know how to fix this?
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15:38:21  <Lipathor>hi
15:38:50  <Lipathor>i have stupid question
15:39:25  <Lipathor>can I use https://someuserdomain.nodejitsu.com/ to connect to socket.io ?
15:39:41  <Lipathor>without SSL error?
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15:44:06  <fusiongrokker>`3rdEden: should things be back to normal now? I'm still experiencing issues.
15:44:26  <`3rdEden>fusiongrokker: yes it should be as far as I know
15:44:46  <fusiongrokker>is anyone in here from IrisCouch?
15:45:00  <bradleymeck>JasonSmith: ?
15:45:04  <`3rdEden>fusiongrokker: #iriscouch ?
15:45:09  <fusiongrokker>thanks
15:47:06  <nathan7>Lipathor: SSL should work magically, pretyy much
15:47:09  <nathan7>*pretty much
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15:47:44  <Lipathor>nathan7: but id doesn't
15:48:07  <Lipathor>try https://trewebs.socketiochat.nodejitsu.com/socket.io/socket.io.js
15:48:16  <nathan7>Ah
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15:56:57  <michokest>@nathan7 i still get the wrong ssl cert
15:57:24  <nathan7>We have an SSL cert for *.jit.su and *.nodejitsu.com
15:57:35  <nathan7>We don't have one for *.*.jit.su or *.*.nodejitsu.com
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15:59:05  <michokest>oh ok, i got the right cert now for *.jit.su
15:59:18  <michokest>so this is solved for good?
16:00:09  <nathan7>mhm
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16:55:20  <cureau>hi nodejitsu support, is there a recommended way to handle cronjobs on a multi-drone setup?
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16:56:11  <Sly>cureau: cron jobs are per drone. They don't really interact with each other.
16:56:22  <Sly>It's like having a few Linux boxes in your room. They all run different cronjobs.
16:56:42  <Sly>You can run a cronjob with a script that communicates with something, but the cronjobs themselves don't communicate with each other.
16:57:27  <cureau>so maybe i'm not handling them right as is. i'm using node-cron and creating a 'new CronJob' inside app.js
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16:58:31  <Joe471>hi, is the www.nodejitsu.com down now
16:58:47  <pier_>new to deploy... I use a 'start' script path relative to my project root but fails on can't find script! WHat should it be relative to?
16:59:25  <Sly>pier_: do you have it set to like "./script.js"?
16:59:31  <Sly>If so, change it to "node ./script.js"
16:59:37  <yawnt>Joe471: ouch, looking.. thank you
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17:00:39  <pier_>I have it set to "node ./lib/IBroker -O"
17:00:50  <yawnt>Joe471: fixed, can youc onfirm?
17:00:53  <yawnt>*confirm
17:00:55  <yawnt>:)
17:01:10  <Joe471>yep! it is working now :)
17:01:17  <yawnt>thanks again
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17:02:09  <Joe471>In nodejitsu, when a drone is offered, how much memory will we have
17:02:22  <Sly>pier_: looks alright to me.
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17:02:35  <Sly>Are you getting an error when you use it?
17:02:39  <Sly>Or just that it's not found?
17:02:49  <nathan7>Joe471: 256M
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17:03:13  <cureau>hey @Sly, something happened with the irc lient so that i wasn't seeing any chats. even my own. not sure if you responded. if you did, could you copy and paste your response?
17:03:53  <Sly>cureau: the last message I saw from you was about using node-cron.
17:03:54  <Joe471>thanks nathan7. We are currently using free plan. If we move to the business micro plan, will the performance be faster
17:04:01  <Sly>I didn't say anything after that. I thought you were still typing. :)
17:04:32  <pier_>I get "nodejitsu not ok"... "package.json can't find starting script... start script declared but not found"
17:04:41  <cureau>:), yea i was saying that i guess i imagine app.js to be running on multiple drones, hence multiple firings of the cronjob
17:04:44  <Sly>pier_: what's the username/app name?
17:04:55  <nathan7>Joe471: Business lets you have larger drones
17:04:58  <yawnt>cureau: you should use something like redis to manage job queues
17:05:09  <cureau>as opposed to a linux setup, where a cronjob is directed at a loadbalancer or box, hence one job
17:05:11  <yawnt>so it doesn't matter if you have multiple apps or just one
17:05:12  <yawnt>:)
17:06:08  <Joe471>so the business micro plan - also has 2 drones. In this case, are the drones larger. Do we get more memory in this than the free plan drone. Can you please let me know the memory in each business drone
17:06:13  <pier_>braytak.TopicSpace
17:06:29  <cureau>thanks @yawnt. @Sly, is that the official way to go on this? on as you were saying earlier, there's not need? if no need, could you explain it again?
17:07:09  <Sly>cureau: didn't say they're not needed, but cronjobs (natively) can't communicate with another box's cronjobs.
17:07:26  <Sly>cureau: you can setup a script like yawnt suggested though, and put it in a cronjob.
17:07:39  <Sly>cureau: one that queries a redis database for the jobs it should run.
17:08:07  <cureau>cool. thanks yawnt. thanks sly
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17:09:38  <yetimike>hi guys, I need some help - my account won't let me deploy any more drones (I have a biz account, with 5 drones and its only letting me use 1)
17:09:47  <yetimike>(user yeti)
17:09:51  <Joe471>hi, can anyone let me know the difference between free and business drones. Are they identical in memory, CPU, network bandwidth
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17:10:49  <nathan7>yetimike: Looking into it
17:11:11  <yetimike>nathan7: thanks
17:11:21  <yawnt>Joe471: hey, business drones will be more powerful... but you also get more features than regular plan
17:11:24  <yawnt>*plans
17:11:28  <yetimike>nathan7: also, my site is running really slowly today, as is your admin site - anything up?
17:11:31  <yawnt>like custom ssl on domains for instance
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17:12:04  <Joe471>yawnt: thanks. Is it possible to know the configuration that will be available for the business drones. How much memory, CPU etc.
17:12:23  <Joe471>because we are now testing with free plan and we want to know whether there will be any improvement if we switch to business drones
17:12:53  <yawnt>Joe471: you'll be able to get up to 1GB of RAM per drone
17:12:59  <yawnt>bandwidth isn't hard-limited
17:13:02  <yawnt>CPU is shared
17:13:45  <Lipathor>nathan7: so, how to have SSL connection to nodejitsu without ssl error?
17:14:09  <Sly>Lipathor: I don't see an HTTPS error on nodejitsu.com?
17:14:43  <yawnt>Lipathor: on what url ?
17:14:46  <Lipathor>Sly: try https://trewebs.socketiochat.nodejitsu.com/
17:14:58  <nathan7>Lipathor: Have a subdomain, not a sub-subdomain
17:15:08  <Lipathor>ok
17:15:09  <nathan7>Lipathor: our certificate is for *.nodejitsu.com, not for *.*.nodejitsu.com
17:15:19  <Lipathor>got that
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17:15:26  <Lipathor>thanx
17:15:27  <Joe471>yawnt: thanks. we are using mongolab, we have an option to configure it in EC2 or Joyent or Rackspace. Is it possible to know which is the best option if we run in nodejitsu. Is nodejitsu running in one of these servers, then we will choose that for faster communication
17:15:42  <yawnt>Joe471: if you have business plans you can choose your own datacenter
17:15:48  <yawnt>on regular plan, Joyent US-EAST-1
17:15:55  <Sly>I think he's talking about where to put the database at, yawnt.
17:16:13  <Sly>Joe471: our boxes are hosted with Joyent, so putting MongoLab there would probably mean faster query speeds.
17:16:38  <Sly>The default datacenter is Joyent US-EAST-1 as yawnt mentioned.
17:17:38  <Joe471>thanks sly. thanks yawnt
17:17:40  <Joe471>bye
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17:20:01  <yetimike>nathan7: any update?
17:20:16  <nathan7>yetimike: We're looking at it, haven't found anything odd yet
17:20:26  <yetimike>nathan7: seems like connections to mongohq are very slow
17:21:01  <nathan7>yetimike: ah
17:21:07  <nathan7>yetimike: You have RAM set to 1GB
17:21:28  <yetimike>nope, I set it to 256MB
17:21:40  <Sly>It's showing 1024 in your application document.
17:21:47  <yetimike>nathan7: or at least thats why the delpoy thinks - but thats so flaky
17:22:08  <Sly>Did the memory set command complete successfully, yetimike?
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17:23:02  <yetimike>nathan7: via the deploy? Seems to, it reported back 1 drone running with 256M in 'us-east-1'
17:23:28  <yetimike>nathan7: this was my deploy command; jitsu deploy joyent us-east-1 --drones 1 --ram 256
17:23:46  <Sly>yetimike: run that same command again with --debug on the end of it, and gist me the result please.
17:23:57  <yetimike>nathan7: ok, one sec
17:24:03  * Sly= Sly :3
17:24:10  <yawnt>wut
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17:24:26  <Sly>Also, yetimike.. post that gist to me in PM.
17:24:39  <Sly>Not sure what version jitsu you're on, and that --debug flag can expose sensitive data.
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17:25:40  <yetimike>Sly: first attempt failed, but trying again. I find sometimes I have to deploy up to 3 times for it to actually work
17:26:18  <Sly>yetimike: you had --debug enabled for the failures too, right?
17:27:09  <yetimike>Sly: https://gist.github.com/adastra/5092107
17:27:16  <yetimike>yep
17:27:36  <Sly>Post all the errors too, please. I'd like to see what's going on there too. :)
17:28:27  <yetimike>Sly: this is the one that failed: https://gist.github.com/adastra/5092119
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17:28:44  <Sly>Cool. Thanks. :)
17:28:51  <Sly>Give me a bit to dig through those, and probably some code too.
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17:29:32  <yetimike>Sly: sure, thanks
17:30:11  <Sly>yetimike: it only failed once before it worked, right?
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17:33:32  <Joe260>hi, we created a database in nodejitsu and we see the mongolab URL link. We also went a create a new mongolab account. Now I want to link the database that is running in nodejitsu (under mongolab), into my new mongolab account. Is that possible?
17:35:50  <jcrugzz>Joe260: I don't believe so. You can either provision a database through nodejitsu (which is a limited database) or go through the actual provider if you wanted something for production
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17:38:15  <Joe260>jcrugzz: thanks. so I understand that nodejitsu does provide the link for the mongolab, etc, but we cannot use it with the mongolab account. We will create a new database in mongolab and link it to our app.
17:39:16  <yawnt>Joe260: if you need the datas you can still backup from the nodejitsu mongo and restore on the new db :)
17:39:28  <jcrugzz>Joe260: yea nodejitsu just provides an easy way for you to get up and running with a db. And that sounds like a good plan :)
17:39:49  <jcrugzz>yawnt: ohh thats a nice little perk. didn't know that
17:40:11  <yawnt>jcrugzz: well it's just a mongo db after all
17:40:12  <yawnt>:D
17:40:21  <Joe260>thanks guys!
17:40:21  <yawnt>i mean, i'm pretty sure there's stuff for that
17:41:23  <Joe260>yawnt: jcrugzz: to add, in mongolab we have a clone option, in which we can give the nodejitsu db url and it will automatically clone (backup and restor) it. So one step less!
17:42:06  <yawnt>Joe260: good stuff :)
17:42:20  <jcrugzz>that is pretty sweet.
17:42:33  <jcrugzz>like some couchdb replication :)
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17:57:00  <nathan7>Hey deoxxa
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17:57:26  <deoxxa>morning nathan7
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18:09:54  <Hiji>is here online help from nodejitsu professional?
18:10:04  <yawnt>yessir, how can i help you? :)
18:11:38  <Hiji>just need to know: will nodejitsu stand with amount of 5000+ users online, using nodejs+express+socket.io?
18:11:47  <Hiji>stand very good and fast
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18:13:32  <yawnt>Hiji: that depends a lot on the application you're running, but you can run multiple drones and they are all load balanced
18:13:52  <yawnt>also you can choose a datacenter from the ones that are available in order to have the smallest latency possible
18:14:11  <Hiji>how many drones should i take?
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18:15:53  <yawnt>Hiji: the best way imho would be to add more drones as you need them.. so you can exactly figure out what computing power is necessary
18:16:39  <yawnt>Hiji: for example, if you choose the large business plan ( the one with multiple datacenters) there is no limit to the number of drone you can spawn :)
18:17:09  <Hiji>ok, thank you! you told "you can choose a datacenter". what is datacenter?
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18:17:30  <yawnt>Hiji: it's a location where servers are running
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18:17:36  <yawnt>so basically where your application is hosted
18:18:01  <Hiji>ah.. so, when i buy account, i can choose as many datacenters as i want, right?
18:18:02  <yawnt>for example if you're in europe you would choose servers in Amsterdam or London since they're nearer to your location
18:18:14  <Hiji>ok, thank you
18:18:37  <yawnt>Hiji: we have datacenters available in many parts of the world, you can choose amongst them
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18:48:13  <mons54>Hello, i have a problem with my app : GMT FATAL ERROR: Evacuation error ; GMT Allocation failed - process out of memory
18:48:46  <jcrugzz>mons54: where do you see this error?
18:49:28  <mons54>In the log
18:49:33  <mons54>Do you know the reason for this error?
18:50:03  <mons54>I have 70 connected max
18:50:20  <jcrugzz>well from the sounds of it, whatever your app is doing is loading a lot of information into and causing it to crash
18:50:29  <jcrugzz>into memory*
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18:50:53  <jcrugzz>mons54: are you handling a lot of data?
18:53:05  <mons54>Not much, i save 50 messages, user logins and parts of games during
18:54:56  <nathan7>Hm
18:55:08  <nathan7>You may want to profile your application's memory use
18:55:45  <jcrugzz>mons54: yea i am not sure how those things are being stored but somehow its resulting in you filling up the VMs memory
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18:58:32  <mons54>You think a drone can support many connections?
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18:59:08  <jcrugzz>mons54: a drone can support around 500 websocket connections
19:02:46  <mons54>Ok so I have a problem other hand ... you think it can come from database Moogo ?
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19:04:12  <jcrugzz>mons54: its possible its coming from you interaction with mongo. if you are getting data from it and always loading it into memory for all of these people who are requesting data, it could cause issues
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19:06:30  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] Southern pushed 2 new commits to master: http://git.io/dK1v7A
19:06:30  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master 61c7d42 Colton Baker: [fix] Deploy/start not provisioning correctly....
19:06:30  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master a604894 Colton Baker: [dist] Bump version to 0.12.2
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19:08:30  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/da33a0ce768d...a604894ab546
19:08:30  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/5262565
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19:09:37  <mons54>ok, thanks for this informations
19:10:57  <jcrugzz>mons54: no problem, best of luck!
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19:12:07  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master a604894 Colton Baker: [dist] Bump version to 0.12.2
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19:13:35  <argyleink>Error: Error spawning drone error: at Object.onTimeout [as _onTimeout] (/root/haibu-orchestra/node_modules/haibu/lib/haibu/core/spawner.js:396:15) error: at Timer.list.ontimeout (timers.js:101:19)
19:13:49  <argyleink>Error spawning drone error: Script took too long to listen on a socket error: error: This type of error is usually a user error.
19:13:59  <nathan7>Make sure your .listen() is pretty early
19:14:32  <argyleink>cool, trying
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19:14:56  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/jitsu#355 (master - a604894 : Colton Baker): The build is still failing.
19:14:56  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/86eaa7c94da4...a604894ab546
19:14:56  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/5262772
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19:15:05  <Sly>I KNOW >:O
19:15:12  <Sly>Stop yelling at me, Travis.
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19:16:37  <jcrugzz>lol its ok Sly. Travis is just trying to help
19:17:01  <Sly>It's "broke", but it actually works.
19:17:15  <jcrugzz>ha well thats a bit annoying
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19:19:57  <Sam__>I have the personal account and I had SSL (https:) working. Now it's not working properly. Do I need to upgrade to a business account?
19:21:00  <jcrugzz>Sam__: was this on a custom domain of yours?
19:21:07  <Sam__>yes
19:21:27  <Sam__>www.buscompanyx.com
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19:21:51  <jcrugzz>Sam__: Yea then you would need to upgrade. Custom domain SSL is only for business accounts
19:23:11  <Sam__>Okay. So I go to webops and I upgrade. But will that make https work automatically as before? Or, do I need to resubmit my SSL certs?
19:24:03  <jcrugzz>Sam__: yea you can upgrade from the webops screen in your account. and I am not sure about the second one. cc nathan7 Sly
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19:25:44  <Sam__>Is nathan7 Sly here? How's he going to get the cc?
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19:26:27  <jcrugzz>yea they are around here somewhere, they know a bit more in that area :)
19:26:38  <nathan7>I'm trying to figure that out
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19:46:22  <Sam__>+nathan7: Don't worry I got it back to the way it was.
19:46:58  <Sam__>My developer had commented out a line in routing
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19:50:05  <nathan7>Sam__: [=
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19:56:51  <jcrugzz>hello
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20:02:32  <wiherek_>hi, are micro drones faster than developer sandbox drones?
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20:03:34  <ForbesLindesay>I'm trying to deploy an app and and the command just exits immediately after `info: Checking app availability`
20:04:13  <jcrugzz>wiherek_: they are the same drones. You just get to try one out for 30 days with the developer sandbox
20:04:41  <jcrugzz>ForbesLindesay: that is odd. do you have the latest jitsu running?
20:04:41  <ForbesLindesay>Also, can you confirm, does the large plan include hours in the $11 per month, i.e. if I only used 5 drones, would it be the same price for large vs. regular?
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20:05:55  <ForbesLindesay>I'll try re-installing it, just to be sure, It's now installing 0.12.1 (I don't know if it was up to date before)
20:06:27  <ForbesLindesay>That hasn't fixed the problem it still exists immediately after Checking app availability
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20:08:18  <jcrugzz>ForbesLindesay: I would assume the prices would be equal, I believe large just has a base line of $11 per month so it assumes 5 drones or more. and Ill have someone look into the issue, cc nathan7 Sly
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20:09:08  <ForbesLindesay>cool, that's what I assumed, but the website's not that clear, and I really don't want to be paying $22+
20:10:16  <ForbesLindesay>In case it helps with the issue: User Account: ForbesLindesay, OS: Windows 8, App Name: MAPS-Staging
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20:21:15  <Sly>jcrugzz: ForbesLindesay: that's correct. $11 is the base line.
20:21:36  <Sly>You can calculate your usage by the price * hours. If it's above $11, that's what the charge will be.
20:21:46  <ForbesLindesay>@Sly: Thanks, good to know
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20:26:49  <ForbesLindesay>Requests to my app aren't working after I changed the subdomain
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20:27:46  <ForbesLindesay>They work via the app's real domain, but not via the `.jit.su` subdomain
20:28:11  <ForbesLindesay>http://maps-live.jit.su/
20:29:40  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: Yo
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20:29:52  <ForbesLindesay>Hi
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20:38:19  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: .jit.su works here
20:39:09  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: ah
20:39:12  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: Found it
20:39:16  <ForbesLindesay>:) just flushed my dns cache and everything works (makes me feel a little foolish
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20:39:51  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: One LB is behind
20:40:21  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: We'll promptly kick its butt
20:40:30  <ForbesLindesay>Cool, much apreciated
20:41:27  <ForbesLindesay>Ah, just found the problem I was having with the deploy
20:42:17  <ForbesLindesay>One of the domains in my `"domains"` array was wrong, and was already in use by another of my apps. It could do with a nice helpful error message, but I totally see why it didn't work now.
20:43:35  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: What error did you get?
20:44:06  <ForbesLindesay>I didn't, it just exited the deploy at `info: Checking app availability MAPS-Staging`
20:44:34  <ForbesLindesay>I assume that step also checks the domains are available, but when they are it doesn't manage to output any error info or log, it just terminates.
20:45:15  <nathan7>ForbesLindesay: Next time you encounter something like that, --debug output would be lovely
20:45:42  <ForbesLindesay>cool, I'll try and remember that one
20:46:13  <ForbesLindesay>You guys have been awesome by the way, easily the best tech support from any web-hosting company
20:46:14  <nathan7>Thank you
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21:01:58  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] Southern force-pushed master from a604894 to eefbd25: http://git.io/wyfB0w
21:01:58  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master 1e1449f Colton Baker: [fix] Broken test in apps-test.js after start/deploy change.
21:01:58  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master eefbd25 Colton Baker: [dist] Bump version to 0.12.2
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21:02:54  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] Southern deleted v0.12.2 at a604894: http://git.io/zEVc1Q
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21:03:12  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/jitsu#356 (master - eefbd25 : Colton Baker): The build was fixed.
21:03:12  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/a604894ab546...eefbd2512765
21:03:12  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/5265708
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21:03:25  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] Southern tagged v0.12.2 at d74acfc: http://git.io/X4OipQ
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21:16:57  <kmoney>Are there still issues going on?
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21:19:30  <jcrugzz>kmoney: not that i have seen. Are you having any issues?
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21:23:04  <kmoney>Yes. I am getting this. An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
21:23:30  <kmoney>Is the status message about turning off the load balancer 165.225.129.253 still valid?
21:26:29  <jcrugzz>kmoney: Not positive on the load balancer. what is your username/appname? I'm sure nathan7 can look into this :)
21:27:21  <nathan7>kmoney: Yes, that load balancer is being removed from circulation
21:27:41  <kmoney>tmfkmoney/ranger
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21:34:38  <nathan7>kmoney: yes, that seems to be coming from 165.225.129.253, the LB that is being removed from the pool
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21:39:56  <kmoney>Okay, I've removed that one. I also noticed that process.env.PORT is undefined. Do I have to set that somewhere?
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21:42:08  <nathan7>kmoney: You can define it if you want
21:42:26  <nathan7>kmoney: We basically hijack net.Socket#listen
21:42:37  <kmoney>does it make any difference?
21:42:38  <nathan7>kmoney: so it doesn't really matter what port you give it, we'll hook it up to port 80
21:42:45  <kmoney>ok.
21:42:48  <nathan7>kmoney: (well, on the load balancer end)
21:42:59  <nathan7>kmoney: so, just .listen() and all will be magically fine [=
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21:44:25  <kmoney>I noticed that io.connect() worked for socket.io without a host listed is that why?
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21:48:41  <nathan7>kmoney: No, that's normal socket.io behaviour
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21:49:05  <nathan7>kmoney: Unless you have a special case, you want to just io.connect()
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21:52:51  <kmoney>cool. that's good to know. I am new to this.
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22:30:48  <dangerbell>I'm getting " An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"} " trying to load my site.
22:31:07  <dangerbell>I saw this earlier today on a different app.
22:31:12  <Sly>dangerbell: what's the username and application name?
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22:31:57  <dangerbell>backupbox
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22:32:19  <dangerbell>It seems to be fixed now. Although Chrome seems to cache it really poortly
22:32:23  <dangerbell>*poorly
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22:33:22  <Sly>Yeah, I don't know what's up with Chrome's cache lately.
22:33:29  <Sly>I keep my cache disabled, but it's still caching the past couple of weeks.
22:33:36  <Sly>Someone obviously created a regression bug.
22:33:54  <dangerbell>sly: It's still broken. Seems intermittent.
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22:34:20  <Sly>dangerbell: what's the username again?
22:34:27  <dangerbell>Caching in Chrome has always been overly agressive even when you have caching "turned off"
22:34:41  <dangerbell>sly: username: ericwarnke, app: backupbox
22:35:18  <Sly>dangerbell: the Chrome "disable cache" experiment was working for me. Didn't cache anything.
22:35:28  <Sly>So, yeah. Chrome regression, ftw.
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22:38:28  <Sly>dangerbell: Seems that we're having some balancer issues atm, so that may be the problem.
22:39:06  <dangerbell>Sly: Ok. Do you have an ETA for a fix? I saw this error earlier in the day.
22:39:34  <Sly>dangerbell: It should be relatively soon, but I don't have an exact ETA right now.
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22:46:47  <dangerbell>sly: seems to be working now. But I can't be sure because it looked intermittent.
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22:50:51  <Sly>dangerbell: if it happens again, run `curl -v <your subdomain>` and see what IP you're hitting.
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22:58:25  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] blakmatrix/node-zendesk#11 (master - b455ab7 : Farrin Reid): The build passed.
22:58:25  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/blakmatrix/node-zendesk/compare/c359141bbd77...b455ab76eb9d
22:58:25  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/blakmatrix/node-zendesk/builds/5268884
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22:59:21  <emile>having issues with jistu deploy
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23:00:01  <emile>error: ETIMEDOUT error: Error: ETIMEDOUT error: at Object._onTimeout (/usr/local/lib/node_modules/jitsu/node_modules/request/main.js:670:15) error: at Timer.list.ontimeout (timers.js:101:19)
23:00:21  <jcrugzz>emile: can you run a `jitsu deploy --debug` and gist the output?
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23:01:48  <emile>@jcrugzz, yea, running
23:02:35  <Sly>emile: Looks like a local timeout.
23:02:47  <Sly>Try using `jitsu config set timeout 1000000`.
23:03:13  <Sly>The default is 240000 (4 minutes)
23:03:42  <Sly>Also, what all are you uploading for it to take 4 minutes?
23:04:11  <emile>i'll take a look
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23:10:12  <emile>@Sly, it's the .git folder. way to ignore it on deploy?
23:12:11  <Sly>emile: try `tar -tf $(npm pack)` and make sure .git is actually being uploaded. I believe .git is ignored by NPM by default.
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23:12:33  <Sly>Also, remove that *.tgz file once you're done looking so it's not uploaded with your package.
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23:17:45  <Mikeumus>Hey Gang, I'm getting the following message in WebOps when trying to add drones to a app: "Error: Subscription limit reached. No drones started."
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23:19:21  <Mikeumus>I have three apps each each with a single drone and I was trying to upgrade one of the apps to have three or at least two drones but I'm getting that message.
23:19:35  <Mikeumus>and I have the Tier 1, 5 drones plan.
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23:22:04  <emile>so the deploy works, but now the site says "An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}"
23:23:16  <Sly>emile: what's the username and application name?
23:23:28  <emile>yeti
23:23:33  <Sly>Also, try `curl -v <subdomain>` and tell me what IP it says you're connecting to.
23:24:01  <emile>yetiProd
23:24:21  <Sly>emile: actually, I see the error too.
23:24:42  <emile>67.215.65.132
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23:30:05  <emile>@Sly?
23:30:14  <Sly>emile: looking into it right now.
23:30:16  <Sly>Sorry, meant to tell you that.
23:31:05  <emile>cool. sounds good
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23:32:07  <jcrugzz>Mikeumus: Sly will be with you in a minute :). Does the same thing happen if you try using `jitsu`?
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23:35:15  <tab_>Hi, just had a quick question regarding the paid plans. Does drones = apps? Meaning, one drone one app,
23:35:36  <Sly>emile: looks like we're having some balancer issues at the moment. May take just a little bit to straighten it out, but devops is working on it. :)
23:35:50  <Sly>tab_: yes, one app per drone.
23:36:01  <tab_>great, thanks.
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23:36:08  <Sly>Mikeumus: did you try `jitsu` as jcrugzz suggested?
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23:38:26  <Sly>Also, guys: Jitsu 0.12.2 is out. Should definitely upgrade if you have a business account.
23:38:30  <emile>@Sly, are we talking minutes or hours?
23:39:01  <Sly>emile: that depends on the severity of the issue. It's being worked on right now, but I haven't been given an ETA for a fix.
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23:52:59  <trindaz>quick question for the room: I'm using JMeter to run some tests against my site. It's reporting average response times of 20 - 30 seconds, but when I browse the site *during* the test it's still pretty snappy. Am I reading the JMeter stats wrong, or is there something up stream in nodejitsu that gives user-agent-less requests lower priority, any behavior like that in there?
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23:53:40  <Sly>Are you sure it's in seconds, or milliseconds? Does it specify that it's seconds?
23:54:23  <trindaz>The docs say it's milliseconds. Values like "Average = 21522"
23:55:08  <trindaz>This isn't a problem I'm trying to report, just interested to know if there's anything in nodejitsu that would throw JMeter
23:55:31  <trindaz>And if anyone else had seen similar
23:55:39  <Sly>trindaz: we are having some balancer issues at the moment, so that could be playing into the higher response time.
23:55:46  <Sly>But I'm not sure of why it would be saying it's taking 21 seconds.
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23:56:38  <trindaz>Not a problem Sly, like I said it's still all pretty snappy when I browse the site using Chrome (and submit form data and check on the backend so I know it's definitely not cached)
23:56:40  <Sly>Especially if you tested it and it was fast in the browser.
23:57:15  <Sly>Depending on how JMeter runs, though, the balancer problem could definitely play a part of it.
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