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00:25:49  <taterbase>Is it possible to use forever to leave up a daemon process if multiple ones exist for a file?
00:26:00  <taterbase>npm.im/forever I mean
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00:31:27  <jesusabdullah>taterbase: I don't think I can answer your question but I am curious: What are you trying to do? Maybe I'm tired but I'm having a hard time here
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00:31:31  <jesusabdullah>also sup
00:31:53  <jesusabdullah>95% sure I've seen you kicking around twitters
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00:31:59  <jesusabdullah>again: tired
00:32:08  <taterbase>jesusabdullah: yes, I follow you in fact. Thought you were in goa?
00:32:15  <jesusabdullah>just got back to AK
00:32:21  <jesusabdullah>housesitting for my 'rents
00:32:35  <jesusabdullah>for the timebeing
00:32:39  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: sup hows it feel to be back in your stomping grounds
00:32:42  <jesusabdullah>will be living in anchorage through the summer
00:32:45  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: kinda cool!
00:33:14  <taterbase>jesusabdullah: nice. Well I'm trying to keep an app running (on a separate port) while updating a down one. I have two daemons running and would like to have zero downtime upgrades
00:33:23  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: I actually dig Anchorage quite a bit, it's a little quiet but Spenard's cool
00:33:40  <jesusabdullah>Oh I see, the ol' switcheroo
00:33:44  <taterbase>ha ha yes
00:33:48  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: I always liked hanging out in the hillside ;)
00:33:55  <jesusabdullah>ehh
00:34:10  <jesusabdullah>maybe I'll get another girlfriend with a petroleum engineer for a dad
00:34:10  <blakmatrix>course thats where all the rich ppl are
00:34:21  <jesusabdullah>and can hang out there again
00:34:27  <jesusabdullah>spenard's more fun though
00:34:36  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: another idea: buy office space in Mountain View
00:34:43  <blakmatrix>dude mountain view will be a cakewalk for you
00:34:55  <blakmatrix>rofl
00:35:05  <jesusabdullah>except for the possibility of having the entire place robbed
00:35:27  <blakmatrix>"where's your money!" --- "It's in th ecloud"
00:35:41  <jesusabdullah>Oh sick is that a laptop bro???
00:36:11  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: gotta get military surplus computers the ones that weigh 200 pounds
00:36:18  <blakmatrix>then hide shit in side it
00:36:27  <blakmatrix>make it look like your running DOS
00:36:31  <blakmatrix>DOS 3
00:36:33  <blakmatrix>lol
00:36:37  <jesusabdullah>what are we talking like a VX6 here?
00:37:48  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: my grandfather bought like 10 of these from military surplus http://retrotechnology.com/herbs_stuff/z100hp.jpg
00:38:00  <blakmatrix>they all were bad except one
00:38:15  <blakmatrix>he said the others were for "parts" rofl
00:39:11  <taterbase>jesusabdullah: are you working on Big?
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00:41:39  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: just before my grandpa lost his mind he bought a bunch of stuff that looked like http://farm1.staticflickr.com/25/57890656_d0c8a32409_z.jpg?zz=1 , he said it'd be useful incase of the apocolapse ROFL
00:42:18  <blakmatrix>he'd buy MREs ever 3 years enough for 2 of us for 6 months
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00:42:31  <blakmatrix>he was a nut
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00:44:09  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: very nice XD
00:45:17  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: I would have grown p in anchorage, but apparently Aliens like to abduct/run tests on people in highly populated areas... like anchorage
00:45:55  <jesusabdullah>well yeah
00:45:59  <jesusabdullah>it's the lights
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00:47:29  <blakmatrix>I still find that revelation from him quite odd... I mean he was halfway through his alzheimers and he had a moment of clarity and confided that in me... I really was like wtf... how do I respond to that... so I said "thanks" lol
00:49:04  <jesusabdullah>Probably the best reaction given the circumstances
00:50:48  <blakmatrix>man I really hope we ind a cure for alzheimers... It's fucked up, I hope i never get it either
00:51:21  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: I rather die with my mind intact then put loved ones and myself through all that trouble
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00:51:35  <jesusabdullah>I understand that blakmatrix
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00:53:50  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: I know a lot of people find the notebook to be a lovely story, I thought so too, until I actually dealt with it myself.
00:54:29  <jesusabdullah>I haven't seen that actually
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00:56:54  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: I suppose there can be good stories about terrible things
00:57:35  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: my 1984 fear would be reaching the point of diminishing returns with alzheimers
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00:57:51  <jesusabdullah>1984 fear? I'm unfamiliar with that one
00:57:55  <blakmatrix>the point you cant actually doingything because you forget
00:58:04  <blakmatrix>george orwells 1984
00:58:21  <jesusabdullah>sure, but what's a 1984 fear? Keep in mind I haven't actually read or seen it
00:58:28  <jesusabdullah>I'm just vaguely familiar with the plot
00:58:40  <jesusabdullah>really I just pretend that it's the exact same as Brave New World
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00:59:17  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Room_101
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01:00:03  <jesusabdullah>I see
01:00:11  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: brave new world I thought was actually kinda cool
01:00:23  <blakmatrix>1984 is just a militaristic night mare state
01:00:25  <jesusabdullah>I too fear mental deterioration but my risk factors are for another kind altogether
01:00:29  <jesusabdullah>:)
01:00:54  <jesusabdullah>is alzheimer's hereditary?
01:00:58  <jesusabdullah>I actually don't know!
01:01:09  <blakmatrix>supposedly on the motherside it is
01:01:13  <jesusabdullah>ouch
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01:01:24  <jesusabdullah>you know, truth be told
01:01:31  <jesusabdullah>I'm a dementors kinda person
01:01:32  <blakmatrix>whic means i should be good, unless my mom gets it
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01:02:17  <blakmatrix>neither of my grandmothers seem to be showing signs so thats good i guess
01:02:19  <jesusabdullah>well, fingers crossed
01:02:33  <jesusabdullah>my g-ma may or may not have multiple sclerosis
01:02:37  <blakmatrix>yeah no shit
01:02:39  <jesusabdullah>that's a rough one
01:02:52  <jesusabdullah>luckily she's made it to "old" so, like
01:02:54  <jesusabdullah>that's good at least
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01:04:02  <jesusabdullah>bbiaf
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01:04:06  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: well if kurzwil is right and we hit the singularity in our liftime all that might go away with nanites in our bloodstream
01:04:21  <blakmatrix>fixing our DNA telomeres and crap
01:04:31  <blakmatrix>assuming they dont rise up against us ROFL
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01:13:04  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: yeah but kurzweil is kinda coocoo
01:13:13  <jesusabdullah>cukoo?
01:13:16  <jesusabdullah>watEVAH
01:16:05  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: he's been pretty spot on with his predictions in the past, just this one is a giant leap
01:16:15  <jesusabdullah>I mean
01:16:24  <jesusabdullah>his predictions are hitting a singularity of their own
01:16:29  <jesusabdullah>a singularity of lost marbles
01:16:35  <blakmatrix>rofl
01:16:44  <jesusabdullah>I'm still surprised the goog hired him
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01:16:57  <jesusabdullah>I mean I guess they don't give a shit with their cash mattresses
01:17:03  <jesusabdullah>but still!
01:17:34  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: dude did you sign up for life exstension yet, are yuo gonna get the plus package where you turn into tom cruise
01:17:59  <blakmatrix>and then have a nightmare with 2 hot crazy chicks lol
01:18:23  <jesusabdullah>waiting for the price point to drop
01:18:27  <jesusabdullah>hedging my bets here
01:18:30  <jesusabdullah>I'm still young
01:19:31  <blakmatrix>I have 2 ways I want to be dealt with at death, crygenics for ulz or a badass viking funeral :)
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01:22:18  <jesusabdullah>oh geez what was the way I heard of the other day?
01:22:19  <jesusabdullah>Oh right
01:22:25  <jesusabdullah>getting ran over by a nascar driver
01:22:29  <blakmatrix>LOL
01:22:35  <jesusabdullah>talking to my dad
01:22:36  <blakmatrix>must be a nascar fan ?
01:22:55  <jesusabdullah>well, my dad at any rate
01:23:21  <jesusabdullah>but yeah it was like, "if I died because Carl Edwards' car landed on top of me in a full-on pile-up... would that really be so bad?"
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01:31:02  <blakmatrix>jesusabdullah: it could be that kurzweil has borg intentions :P
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01:31:20  <jesusabdullah>seriously skeptical of that dude
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02:06:02  <nlognbob>my web site api.knock.io is showing the mobitec web site
02:06:19  <nlognbob>any nodejitsu people here that can look at the problem?
02:10:14  <blakmatrix>nlognbob: there is a provisioner issue devops is looking into, the best thing to do is to `jitsu apps start` on your app
02:10:32  <nlognbob>i'll do that
02:10:44  <blakmatrix>nlognbob: its essentially what I ended up doing when you were here earlier
02:11:06  <blakmatrix>nlognbob: we hope we'll have a fix soon, sorry
02:11:15  <nlognbob>should the node1.nodejitsu.com hostname bypass the issue for now?
02:11:24  <nlognbob>it is just custom domains?
02:12:06  <nlognbob>I guess not :-(
02:12:32  <blakmatrix>nlognbob: i'm not actually sure if there is a correlation
02:14:02  <blakmatrix>nlognbob: did you deploy since we last spoke?
02:14:13  <nlognbob>I just did a jitsu apps start
02:14:25  <nlognbob>but it gave 500
02:14:37  <nlognbob>error: Error: Error spawning drone error: at onExit (/root/haibu-orchestra/node_modules/haibu/lib/haibu/core/spawner.js:374:17)
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02:15:35  <nlognbob>seems to have fixed it on nlgon1.nodejitsu.com but not on api.knock.io, same server though
02:15:47  <nlognbob>that is nlogn1.nodejitsu.com, typo
02:17:45  <blakmatrix>nlognbob: as far as I am aware this happens when a user provisions drones, so once its working it should stay that way
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02:19:09  <nlognbob>My development servers seem unaffected, but my main production server isn't stable that way. If I could only get it stable. To make things worse, I must deploy a new version tonight.
02:26:10  <blakmatrix>nlognbob: what is node.knock.io
02:26:34  <nlognbob>an alternative name for our sytem
02:26:44  <nlognbob>or did you want to know what it does?
02:27:32  <blakmatrix>nlognbob: for some reason my script that checks your apps domains against the really has some issues, was wondering if it eperhaps pointe d elsewhere or something
02:28:08  <nlognbob>these are equivalent: api.knock.io, node.knock.io, api.getknockknock.com, and a few others. long story why so many.
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02:46:11  <third>I recently bought a wildcard subdomain SSL certificate for my site. I made the necessary code changes to make my site run under https. I used a self-signed certificate on my dev machine and site is running well.
02:46:43  <third>When I deploy my app and visit the site with https, I'm getting a warning "You attempted to reach the.domain.com, but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself as *.nodejitsu.com. This may be caused by a misconfiguration on the server.." in Chrome. Anyone can help or point me to some documentation?
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03:08:57  <Samuel_Roldan>hi all, quick question, i want to point my www.sam3k.com to nodejitsu. Does this package.json look right:
03:08:57  <Samuel_Roldan>https://gist.github.com/sam3k/e8d4b84355319ec50447
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03:12:48  <Samuel_Roldan>anyone awake? =)
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03:26:16  <distilledchaos>so...
03:26:24  <distilledchaos>i just went to my app...and got somebody else's
03:26:36  <distilledchaos>http://1540spying.jit.su
03:26:42  <distilledchaos>is not supposed to be "Modmate Finder"
03:31:29  <distilledchaos>anybody?
03:33:14  <Samuel_Roldan>@distilledchaos i think everyone is sleeping
03:34:25  <distilledchaos>well then
03:34:37  <distilledchaos>hmmm
03:34:39  <distilledchaos>redeploying fixed it
03:34:44  <distilledchaos>so idk
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03:37:47  <Samuel_Roldan>yeah, there is some funkiness going on from time to time
03:37:53  <Samuel_Roldan>and i don't like it :(
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03:45:02  <distilledchaos>me neither
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03:58:28  <distilledchaos>also ECONNRESET is quite annoying
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04:05:00  <third>@distilledchaos, I was having the same issue before and it appears that there's a problem when my app is connecting to MongoHQ. I switched to MongoLab and never it experienced it again. I just mentioned because maybe you have the same case.
04:08:07  <Samuel_Roldan>how do i set an environment variable to empty via jitsu env set ?
04:08:27  <Samuel_Roldan>this won't work: jitsu env set DB_PORT ''
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04:28:44  <nlognbob>is there a way to figure out why I'm getting An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"} from api.knock.io?
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04:29:50  <nlognbob>anybody here?
04:29:55  <nlognbob>same problem with http://nlogn1.nodejitsu.com/api/pub/knock_uuid
04:32:45  <jcrugzz>ping julianduque.
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04:41:20  <zarac>Anyone got experience with 'mongodb'? Got an opinion on the documentation being inconsistent? (1.2.13)
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04:57:08  <julianduque>jcrugzz: i'm here
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04:57:47  <julianduque>nlognbob: investigating..
04:58:11  <nlognbob>thanks
04:58:12  <jcrugzz>julianduque: I know you are always hiding somewhere
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04:58:22  <jcrugzz>;)
04:58:25  <nlognbob>http://api.knock.io/api/pub/knock_uuid seems to be down
04:58:26  <julianduque>jcrugzz: hahaha
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04:58:58  <julianduque>jcrugzz: i'm here from 12am to 8am EST
05:00:48  <jcrugzz>yea i always catch you on the beginning of your shift. you work in the night, hiding in the shadows
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05:01:16  <julianduque>night is the best time to work <3
05:01:28  <julianduque>nlognbob: I'm on it, let me investigate whats happening
05:02:13  <nlognbob>thanks, I appreciate it.
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05:03:39  <julianduque>nlognbob: it should be working fine now
05:03:51  <nlognbob>thanks.
05:03:57  <julianduque>nlognbob: i will take a deep look on the root cause, but for you it's ok
05:04:00  <nlognbob>what was the problem, if you don't mind me asking?
05:04:33  <nlognbob>even if I don't understand, can I echo something back next time it happens?
05:04:46  <nlognbob>like "table in load balancer" or anything?
05:05:09  <julianduque>nlognbob: next time you can start again the app so it will be deployed on new drones
05:05:18  <nlognbob>ok
05:06:43  <julianduque>nlognbob: but it's something on the application that spawn the servers, our devops team are working on a update
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05:07:45  <nlognbob>my app starts more slowly than most, since I wait for one successful MongoDB operation before listening on 8080. Could that be it? I have plans to change that, but hopefully not right away.
05:08:44  <julianduque>nlognbob: that should be a cause, we recommend to always listen as the first thing to do
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05:08:59  <nlognbob>I see
05:09:10  <julianduque>nlognbob: you can start the server then load the mongo info and emit an event, async is awesome <3
05:09:42  <nlognbob>yeah
05:10:06  <julianduque>may I ask you, what are you building?
05:11:06  <nlognbob>it is a sensor application
05:11:21  <nlognbob>we have sensors uploading data to our api, about one datapoint per second per sensor
05:11:42  <julianduque>hardware sensors?
05:11:48  <nlognbob>we are sensing smartphones that have our app installed, that's our magic sauce.
05:11:51  <nlognbob>yes, hardware sensors
05:11:56  <julianduque>oh, awesome!
05:12:21  <julianduque>I worked with bluetooth proximity sensors before
05:12:25  <nlognbob>when somebody with our app comes within 30 feet of our sensors we notice them (with their opt-in of course) and do something.
05:12:33  <nlognbob>really? that's cool.
05:12:43  <nlognbob>thats probably similar. not many people have that experience
05:12:50  <julianduque>nlognbob: oh.. store/shop engagement!
05:13:00  <nlognbob>yup
05:13:02  <julianduque>nlognbob: nice niche
05:13:26  <nlognbob>I haven't figure out the private talk feature of irc yet :-)
05:13:37  <julianduque>nlognbob: I want to build something like that for bus stops
05:13:46  <nlognbob>yup
05:13:49  <julianduque>nlognbob: with /msg <nick> <message
05:13:59  <julianduque>nlognbob: /msg julianduque O hai!
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05:21:21  <afeld>hi all
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05:21:47  <zomgbie>hey is there any chance on getting a static ip? drone based or account based, i wouldn't mind.
05:21:47  <jcrugzz>hello afeld
05:22:25  <afeld>i just got an account switched to the open source plan, but when i try to deploy im getting a 500: "Subdomain chosen belongs to another user"
05:22:28  <julianduque>zomgbie: Hello, what do you need?
05:22:51  <julianduque>afeld: oh, that.. can you create a gist with your package.json :)
05:23:18  <afeld>julianduque: https://github.com/afeld/jsonp/blob/master/package.json
05:23:34  <zomgbie>hi julianduque: unfortunately i have to have a static ip in order to use a payment providers service
05:24:14  <afeld>julianduque: "oh, that" ??? haha
05:24:39  <julianduque>afeld: let me check ;)
05:25:44  <julianduque>zomgbie: hmm I think isn't possible, but.. what if you provide one of the balancers IP?
05:26:30  <zomgbie>julianduque: this is relevant to my interests. please explain regarding that balancer ip? i don't know about this.
05:27:23  <julianduque>zomgbie: all of our apps loads through a certain number of load balancers (8 in total)
05:27:36  <julianduque>zomgbie: you can see the ips with `host yourapp.jit.su`
05:27:40  <afeld>julianduque: https://gist.github.com/afeld/5114389 p.s. thanks
05:28:40  <julianduque>afeld: but thats a 'non_fatal' error, it says that your app deployed
05:29:00  <afeld>julianduque: my app says otherwise http://jsonp.jit.su/
05:29:20  <julianduque>afeld: ok, give me 5 minutes and I will look directly onto it
05:29:22  <zomgbie>julianduque: will this ip stay the same? i guess not right? i have to send the payment provider my servers ip address - beforehand... by mail!
05:30:09  <julianduque>zomgbie: it will stay the same
05:30:31  <julianduque>zomgbie: but, that ips are for *all* our apps in `us-east-1` datacenter
05:33:43  <julianduque>afeld: I'm on it right now ;)
05:33:56  <afeld>julianduque: i appreciate it
05:35:40  <afeld>ironically the problem occurred with the commit where i was adding the nodejitsu logo to the footer in appreciation
05:36:40  <julianduque>afeld: oh the irony!
05:37:37  <julianduque>afeld: it looks awesome!
05:37:44  <julianduque>afeld: it's working right now
05:37:55  <afeld>ah cool, thanks!
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05:38:33  <julianduque>CORS is always a pain in the ass
05:38:53  <afeld>still getting the same error when trying to deploy manually :-/
05:39:30  <julianduque>afeld: with jitsu deploy?
05:41:32  <afeld>yah
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05:42:23  <mercmobily>Hey guys, mercmobily here. I am getting this: Error running command publish error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error error: socket hang up
05:42:57  <mercmobily>An hints?
05:43:20  * joshonthewebjoined
05:43:53  <mercmobily>josh do you work for nodejitsu?
05:44:00  <julianduque>mercmobily: i do
05:44:09  <julianduque>mercmobily: let me check whats happening ;)
05:44:10  <mercmobily>Hey guys, mercmobily here. I am getting this: Error running command publish error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error error: socket hang up
05:44:19  <mercmobily>julian thanks.
05:44:22  <mercmobily>I am sure it's my fault
05:44:32  <kaspertidemann>Is there any way to force SSL using Nodejitsu?
05:45:04  <mercmobily>I just spent all night last night and this morning changing hotplate so that in a remote deploy it would use Dojo from a CDN, and when in nodejitsu it will use the CDN...
05:45:16  <mercmobily>When this app starts up, I am going to call it a day for today.
05:47:24  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: you should do it on your app: https://www.nodejitsu.com/documentation/a-quickstart/faq#how-do-i-force-my-clients-to-use-https-with-my-application
05:47:27  <jcrugzz>kaspertidemann: https://www.nodejitsu.com/documentation/a-quickstart/faq#how-do-i-force-my-clients-to-use-https-with-my-application.
05:47:30  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: and we will handle the ssl for you
05:47:33  <jcrugzz>beat me
05:47:38  <julianduque>jcrugzz: ÑA!
05:47:51  <julianduque>mercmobily: Yes, I helped you last night, let me see whats happening now
05:47:55  <jcrugzz>them ninja reflexes
05:48:07  <mercmobily>Apologies for all the dramas
05:48:13  <julianduque>jcrugzz: it took me a while to find the FAQ in the new docs site
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05:48:21  <julianduque>mercmobily: naaah, it's ok! no drama :D
05:48:33  <mercmobily>Looks to me like the server is already running...?
05:49:16  <julianduque>mercmobily: can you wait me, like.. 5 minutes? i'm looking to something that afeld reporte me ;)
05:49:20  <kaspertidemann>julianduque, jcrugzz: Thanks, you guys. :)
05:49:35  <jcrugzz>:) np
05:49:43  <mercmobily>Sure
05:50:03  <julianduque>mercmobily: yes, app is running but it says Cannot GET /
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05:50:30  <mercmobily>GET / is not a valid url
05:50:40  <mercmobily> /pages/login is
05:50:44  <mercmobily> /pages/register is too
05:50:52  <mercmobily> / was never defined
05:51:21  <julianduque>mercmobily: so it's working for me :)
05:51:31  <julianduque>afeld: looking at it right now, sorry
05:51:38  <mercmobily>(the 1-page web site will go there, but that's ages away)
05:51:45  <mercmobily>!!!
05:51:48  <mercmobily>But...
05:51:57  <mercmobily>When I publish I see that error, I swear!
05:52:07  <julianduque>mercmobily: always?
05:52:13  <mercmobily>Yep
05:52:30  <mercmobily>Trying again now
05:52:31  <afeld>julianduque: no problem. not being able to deploy is better than the site being down *and* not being able to deploy. less pressing. im happy to email support if you prefer.
05:53:12  <mercmobily>Afeld, julianduque: my issue is FAR LESS pressing than afelt's I am happy to wait as long as it takes
05:53:15  <julianduque>afeld: send the email and I'll get the ticket
05:53:29  <mercmobily> Error running command publish error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error error: socket hang up
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05:53:44  <afeld>julianduque: so... do that?
05:54:01  <julianduque>afeld: i'm on it, if you can wait me like another 5 mins ;)
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05:54:09  <mercmobily>Sorry I got booted out Did I miss something?
05:54:09  <afeld>julianduque: k ill shut up
05:54:35  <julianduque>afeld: please, don't... talk to me or i'll feel lonely :p
05:55:00  <mercmobily>Reproducing is simple...
05:55:02  <mercmobily>git clone git://github.com/mercmobily/bookingdojo.git
05:55:06  <mercmobily>cd bookingdojo
05:55:09  <mercmobily>npm update
05:55:12  <mercmobily>jitsu login
05:55:15  <mercmobily>jitsu deploy
05:55:15  <afeld>julianduque: ok then. for your enjoyment, i shall fillibuster #nodejitsu
05:55:16  <mercmobily>That's it
05:55:27  <julianduque>hahaha
05:55:46  <julianduque>i <3 my job :)
05:56:14  <mercmobily>I am such an idiot, without the "OK" message I don't even know my app's URL
05:56:17  <julianduque>afeld: the account cweiss looks familiar to you?
05:56:27  <afeld>julianduque: negative
05:56:49  <mercmobily>Ah here it is
05:57:08  <mercmobily>julianduque: if it's of any help, we have online the OLD version of the application
05:57:18  <mercmobily>(I recognise it from the way Dojo is loaded)
05:58:25  <julianduque>afeld: can you try again with `jitsu deploy` ?
05:58:57  <julianduque>mercmobily: i'll look into it :)
05:59:08  <mercmobily>OK
05:59:28  <mercmobily>I stopped the application, just to see if it was a socket problem, and no, won't deploy anyway. Shut up mode on now :D
05:59:55  <afeld>julianduque: same problem
06:00:56  <mercmobily>afeld: ah! Really?!?
06:01:07  <mercmobily>You getting error: Error running command publish error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error error: socket hang up
06:01:08  <mercmobily>?
06:01:30  <julianduque>mercmobily: no, It's a different one
06:01:33  <mercmobily>ah OK
06:02:05  <julianduque>afeld: and... again?
06:02:26  <julianduque>mercmobily: let me see this :D
06:02:34  <mercmobily>ok
06:02:44  <afeld>julianduque: winner!
06:02:53  <julianduque>mercmobily: also, have you seen this http://opensource.nodejitsu.com
06:02:58  <julianduque>afeld: HALLELUJAH!!!
06:03:14  <mercmobily>Nope. Having a look now, keeping entertained :D
06:03:56  <mercmobily>I wil lget in touch about it. I actually wrote a whole development framework that really does kick butt
06:04:00  <kaspertidemann>jcrugzz: Hm... The code seems to be creating an endless redirection loop.
06:04:20  <julianduque>mercmobily: can you create a gist with the full steps also your package.json and the complete error output :D
06:04:31  <jcrugzz>kaspertidemann: which piece exatly?
06:04:35  <mercmobily>Sure
06:04:56  <jcrugzz>can you gist me what your piece looks like?
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06:05:08  <julianduque>jcrugzz: thanks :D
06:05:12  <kaspertidemann>jcrugzz: https://gist.github.com/KasperTidemann/196ae5c52d02067d2267
06:05:52  <kaspertidemann>jcrugzz: I'm assuming this won't work on localhost because the x-forwarded-proto is something you add to the header upon receiving a request, right?
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06:07:22  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: and on localhost you aren't running an https server right?
06:07:29  <jcrugzz>yea id try it on a drone.
06:08:18  <afeld>julianduque: many thanks for the help
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06:08:34  <mercmobily>The bugger started fine this time
06:09:22  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: Yup, using a self-signed certificate. This is purely for testing purposes (had to test something regarding Socket.IO). I won't be using the self-signed certificate on a drone, obviously.
06:09:23  <jcrugzz>kaspertidemann: it should work fine on the drone due to the magic proxy
06:10:45  <kaspertidemann>jcrugzz: Alright, perfect, thanks.
06:11:25  <julianduque>afeld: my pleasure and sorry for the incoveniences :)
06:11:37  <mercmobily>OK I found the "problem"
06:11:41  <mercmobily>But you might want to investigate
06:11:54  <julianduque>mercmobily: tell me
06:11:54  <mercmobily>https://gist.github.com/mercmobily/5114531 < this is without doing npm update before deploy
06:12:10  <mercmobily>https://gist.github.com/mercmobily/5114537 < this is WITH npm update before deploy
06:12:20  <mercmobily>Which shouldn't _really_ make a difference
06:13:28  <julianduque>mercmobily: i'll investigate
06:13:30  <nlognbob>Ummm, this is a long-shot, but is there anything in the Nodejitsu http path (load balancer, etc) that could cause a 15-second delay? Always 15, never 10, never 20.
06:13:59  <nlognbob>one of our http clients ( a sensor) is always seeing a 15 second delay, but none of the others are! we continue to investigate....
06:14:16  <mercmobily>nlog: is that for me?
06:14:22  <julianduque>mercmobily: for me
06:14:32  <mercmobily>ok
06:14:47  <julianduque>nlognbob: weird, only 1 client see that delay?
06:15:10  <nlognbob>yeah, only 1 client out of about 20
06:15:56  <nlognbob>all our clients should be identical, too. we are going to measure some things and do desperate things like check the md5 checksum of the wget binary :-)
06:16:33  <nlognbob>anyways, lots of things to investigate. But if the 15-second delay reminded anybody here of something we'd add that to the list.
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06:17:13  <nlognbob>This particular sensor is at a university. Can you think of any reason a univeristy firewall would add a 15 second delay to wgets but not to browser requests?
06:17:31  <julianduque>nlognbob: yes, antiviruses?
06:17:40  <nlognbob>ah! maybe.
06:18:13  <julianduque>mercmobily: investigating...
06:18:28  <mercmobily>OK
06:18:35  <mercmobily>I am fixing the online app
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06:19:14  <julianduque>oh, coffee time <3
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06:19:39  <SunnyShah>Hello All
06:20:01  <mercmobily>I can't even touch caffeine
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06:20:15  <julianduque>mercmobily: Error: Cannot find module 'hat'
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06:20:23  <julianduque>mercmobily: try to use specific versions ;)
06:20:27  <julianduque>mercmobily: why?
06:20:28  <mercmobily>!!
06:20:30  <julianduque>Hello SunnyShah
06:20:52  <SunnyShah>Hi julianduque
06:20:52  <mercmobily>Any version of hut will do... and why does it only do it when you do npm update ...?!?
06:21:04  <julianduque>mercmobily: you have something with your deps
06:21:08  <julianduque>mercmobily: it's weird
06:21:14  <SunnyShah>I want to know that, Can we create tcp-server in nodejitsu?
06:21:28  <SunnyShah>Can anyone please help me with this?
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06:21:46  <julianduque>SunnyShah: not by now
06:21:55  <julianduque>SunnyShah: we support only http apps by now
06:22:19  <julianduque>but the future might be brighter
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06:22:23  <SunnyShah>julianduque, Thanks a lot for your answer
06:22:48  <nlognbob>can we have log-running http requests, where data is pushed over the socket line-by-line over the course of 15 minutes?
06:23:13  <mercmobily>julianduque: Well the app is online
06:23:22  <julianduque>mercmobily: phew
06:23:23  <SunnyShah>We are creating a website where we will be using TCP sokets to collect data from some small devices.
06:23:44  <mercmobily>Now I can finally fix a long-term bug that has been in my todo list forever
06:23:54  <julianduque>SunnyShah: awesome, hardware hacking is the best
06:24:05  <mercmobily>(A bug in Dojo, a lot of people are emailing me to get it fixed :D )
06:24:11  <mercmobily>prompt: Is this ok?: (yes) info: Analyzing application dependencies in server.js WARN package.json [email protected] No README.md file found! WARN unmet dependency /home/chiara/oo2/bookingdojo/node_modules/bd requires [email protected]'0.1.x' but will load WARN unmet dependency undefined, WARN unmet dependency which is version undefined WARN unmet dependency /home/chiara/oo2/bookingdojo/node_modules/bd requires [email protected]'0.1
06:24:17  <mercmobily>Did you see that in the logs?
06:24:36  <SunnyShah>julianduque, If we implement websocket in embedded hardware then we can use nodejitsu, Am I right?
06:24:45  <julianduque>mercmobily: it's a warning, you have something bad on the deps
06:24:55  <julianduque>SunnyShah: websocket yes, you can use it :)
06:24:56  <mercmobily>I checked each thing one by one...
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06:25:01  <jcrugzz>mercmobily: what is the bd module?
06:25:07  <jcrugzz>private module?
06:25:09  <mercmobily>it's
06:25:10  <mercmobily>Yeah
06:25:11  <julianduque>yes, it's a private one
06:25:13  <mercmobily>bundledDependency
06:25:17  <jcrugzz>makes sense
06:25:27  <mercmobily>Well, it's _the_ application really
06:25:40  <mercmobily>Which happens to be a module of hotplate
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06:25:48  <julianduque>nlognbob: let me ask
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06:25:58  <mercmobily>Which is a whole bigass framework which started as something small
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06:26:10  <SunnyShah>julianduque, One more question, How fault tolerance is implemented in nodejitsu?
06:26:13  <mercmobily>I _can_ recheck all dependencies from scratch. But I have done it a number of times
06:26:27  <Clay>hello
06:27:08  <Clay>can anyone shed some light into this error: An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"} ?
06:27:36  <SunnyShah>julianduque, If the machine which is hosting my application goes down. Will my website go down too?
06:27:40  <julianduque>Clay: I will, can you provide me your username / app name please
06:28:13  <mercmobily>I cannot find anything wrong with dependencies
06:28:41  <mercmobily>I rechecked things, still no problems
06:28:48  <julianduque>nlognbob: 5 minutes would be ok, longer http requests would get a timeout.
06:28:48  <Clay>sure, my username is claywhitley and the app is named simply "Blog"
06:28:50  <mercmobily>I mean, they are basic
06:28:55  <Clay>thank you
06:29:40  <julianduque>SunnyShah: you can use multiple drones to deploy your apps and our load balancers will do the work
06:29:41  <SunnyShah>julianduque, If the machine which is hosting my application goes down. Will my website go down too? How fault-tolerance is nodejitsu?
06:29:55  <SunnyShah>julianduque, Ok, Thanks
06:29:57  <julianduque>SunnyShah: if the app crashes it will be restarted inmediatly (we use process monitors)
06:30:30  <julianduque>SunnyShah: and we have an amazing / distributed support team
06:31:05  <SunnyShah>julianduque, I have read a lot about it on internet. Your support is a big plus.
06:32:17  <SunnyShah>julianduque, One more question, Do I get error report whenever restart happens in my application?
06:32:18  <julianduque>SunnyShah: and our platform is getting better every day.. also we have business plans if you need more reliability
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06:32:49  <julianduque>SunnyShah: if it is crash looping yes, you receive an email
06:32:52  <mercmobily>Julian: what would you do about the dependency issue if you were me?
06:33:02  <mercmobily>I can leave it
06:33:03  <mercmobily>But...
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06:34:44  <julianduque>SunnyShah: but if you need better error logging you should use a service for that like http://loggly.com/
06:34:56  <julianduque>mercmobily: hmm i need to get more context first
06:36:29  <julianduque>SunnyShah: or this https://rollbar.com/
06:37:17  <mercmobily>The two gists explain pretty much everything...
06:38:25  <mercmobily>Is there a way for me to create a ticket?
06:38:38  <mercmobily>Cannot see any way in the site
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06:41:30  <julianduque>mercmobily: i'm looking
06:42:23  <julianduque>mercmobily: i'll try to reproduce it
06:42:44  <mercmobily>julian: reproducing is really simple, bookingdojo is on git
06:42:59  <mercmobily>If you follow the commands in the second gist, it will happen
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06:45:01  <nlognbob>more problems again: An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
06:45:18  <julianduque>nlognbob: which app?
06:45:25  <nlognbob>http://api.knock.io/api/pub/knock_uuid
06:45:30  <nlognbob>subdomain nlogn1
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06:45:50  <nlognbob>only from firefox, works from chrome. maybe different IPs so different results?
06:45:53  <Clay>The ECONNREFUSED is intermittent for me now, I haven't changed anything, but now see my app up and running again
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06:46:14  <Clay>however it did this in the past, and in a pretty short span of time reverted to showing that error
06:46:44  <julianduque>nlognbob, Clay: looking into this right now
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06:46:59  <julianduque>mercmobily: http://julianduque-bookingdojo.nodejitsu.com/pages/login
06:47:16  <mercmobily>Yep I know it works
06:47:25  <mercmobily>(if you deploy without doing npm update first)
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06:48:10  <Clay>julianduque: thank you, I'm not sure if it's an issue with my code or the server
06:48:33  <julianduque>Clay: it seems that it's ours
06:48:43  <julianduque>we are working on this right now
06:48:51  <mercmobily>Julian, I sent you a recap email
06:48:54  <mercmobily>(I sent it to support)
06:49:04  <mercmobily>My 5 month old (also called Julian) is demanding attention
06:49:16  <mercmobily>And so is my brain, since I've been working non-stop a lot :D
06:49:28  <SunnyShah>julianduque, What exactly is the difference between individual plans and business-plans?
06:49:32  <julianduque>mercmobily: take a rest and go with Julian ;)
06:49:36  <Clay>julianduque: Word, I'm so relieved right now. spent the last hour or so reverting to various snapshots trying to figure out what on earth went wrong.
06:49:49  <mercmobily>OK
06:49:50  <mercmobily>Bye!
06:49:53  <SunnyShah>uptime difference? Processor speed difference? Is it documented somewhere?
06:50:11  <julianduque>SunnyShah: https://www.nodejitsu.com/paas/pricing#business
06:50:40  <julianduque>SunnyShah: you will be able to deploy on different datacenters, you can choose more ram for a drone if you need to
06:51:13  <julianduque>SunnyShah: you get custom ssl certificates
06:51:34  <SunnyShah>julianduque, Wow, This is excellent!
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07:07:16  <SunnyShah>julianduque, One last question, Do you host mongodb on your server or Do we need to rely on mongolab?
07:07:32  <SunnyShah>julianduque, Only issue is network latency.
07:08:42  <julianduque>SunnyShah: we don't host mongo on our servers, you need to use mongolab or mongohq, you may want to select joyent as a datacenter provider
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07:10:07  <SunnyShah>julianduque, Do you provide choice of joyent datacenter location?
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07:11:01  <julianduque>SunnyShah: Individual plans are on Joyent us-east-1
07:11:18  <julianduque>SunnyShah: business plans can select between joyent and telefonica and between us and europe
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07:43:48  <nlognbob>this app is not responding: http://node1.nodejitsu.com/api/pub/knock_uuid
07:44:02  <nlognbob>sorry, typo
07:44:32  <nlognbob>this app has a problem: http://api.knock.io/api/pub/knock_uuid // subdomain nlogn1
07:44:50  <nlognbob>An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
07:44:59  <julianduque>nlognbob: our devops team are working on this right now
07:45:01  <nlognbob>can anybody see what is wrong?
07:45:14  <nlognbob>thanks
07:45:55  <julianduque>We are on it
07:46:06  <indexzero>nlognbob: I'm not seeing that
07:46:29  <nlognbob>it works for me now, too.
07:46:55  <nlognbob>Is there any way my app would create that error? Or does it always come from your system?
07:47:31  <indexzero>nlognbob: Your app seems to be making couchDB very upset
07:47:39  <nlognbob>mongodb
07:47:44  <indexzero>nlognbob: no
07:47:49  <indexzero>that's not going to happen
07:47:51  <nlognbob>??
07:47:51  <indexzero>but thanks
07:48:06  <indexzero>no, we use couchdb
07:48:08  <indexzero>your app is stored in couchdb
07:48:14  <nlognbob>oh, your DB
07:48:20  <indexzero>which our load balancers listen to _changes on
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07:48:41  <nlognbob>hmmm, anything odd about my app?
07:49:10  <indexzero>it's got a very high revision number
07:49:24  <nlognbob>it has been in development for more than a year
07:49:44  <indexzero>nlognbob: Yeah, I doubt that's the root cause, but that's where we are with it now
07:49:51  <nlognbob>I can clear out old revisions, although it will take a long time to do them one by one
07:50:14  <indexzero>nlognbob: Just leave it be for now
07:50:19  <indexzero>reat assured we're on it
07:50:24  <nlognbob>ok
07:50:25  <nlognbob>thanks
07:50:42  <nlognbob>my CEO is kind of upset about all this :-) important demo tomorrow
07:51:23  <nlognbob>ok, just got it on http://nlogn1.nodejitsu.com/api/pub/knock_uuid, but other url with my custom name is ok
07:51:54  <nlognbob>yup, even switching back and forth and reloading several times shows one url working and the other not
07:52:42  <indexzero>nlognbob: Why do you have so many custom domains on your app?
07:52:46  <indexzero>that also might be related
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07:53:20  <nlognbob>historical reasons. I can probably clean them up but I need an hour to go through logs and see if any old hardware is still using the old addresses
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08:06:24  <alucardX>morning
08:07:02  <julianduque>alucardX: morning
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08:25:58  <aus3ys>morning
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08:28:41  <mmalecki>yay for Europe waking up
08:29:12  <julianduque>yay!
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08:32:26  <alucardX>yay! :)
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08:37:55  <booyaa|foo>ning
08:40:22  <nlognbob>is *.nodejitsu.com still supported? my app at nlogn1.nodejitsu.com fails but nlogn1.jit.su succeeds. (charlie: I've reduced number of domain names to 2)
08:40:56  <julianduque>nlognbob: yes, its supported
08:40:57  <mmalecki>nlognbob: sure it is, what IP are you hitting? this is weird, both domains should work
08:41:19  <nlognbob>I'm not sure how to tell what IP Chrome is using
08:42:06  <nlognbob>tcpdump maybe
08:42:10  <mmalecki>I'm seeing it works
08:42:11  <mmalecki>just a sec
08:42:23  <mmalecki>what's the username and appname?
08:42:31  <mmalecki>you'd have thought I'd remember it by now
08:42:35  <nlognbob>user nlogn app nlogn1
08:42:39  <nlognbob>:-)
08:43:25  <nlognbob>Charlie thought my 9 domain names were trashing your CouchDB so I've reduced the number to 2. that should be ok? Surely other clients are using 2.
08:44:49  <nlognbob>it works now
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09:12:17  <nlognbob>http://nlogn1.nodejitsu.com/api/pub/knock_uuid fails now
09:14:43  <julianduque>let me check
09:14:48  <nlognbob>works now
09:14:52  <julianduque>nlognbob: it works for me
09:15:37  <julianduque>but our devops team are working hard hunting that
09:15:53  <nlognbob>the logs indicate several reboots
09:16:37  <nlognbob>5 reboots in a 6 second period
09:16:48  <julianduque>5 reboots?
09:16:54  <nlognbob>yes
09:16:59  <nlognbob>let me gist my log
09:17:01  <julianduque>nlognbob: can you create a gist with the log please
09:17:51  <nlognbob>https://gist.github.com/bobmayo56/7a407acfaf6e016af072
09:18:58  <nlognbob>here's an older one https://gist.github.com/bobmayo56/39fed9f126acf4e0d503
09:19:56  <nlognbob>the second one shows some normal operation of 3 drones once they get going
09:20:26  <julianduque>nlognbob: it is because your app run on 3 drones, you are seeing the log of the 3 apps
09:21:09  <nlognbob>ok, not sure why there was even one reboot, though.
09:21:29  <nlognbob>maybe that accounted for the downtime? I guess a few seconds won't kill me
09:21:48  <nlognbob>but I thought you had zero-time-deploys or whatever, although I did not deploy
09:21:53  <julianduque>the app is restarted if it fails
09:22:10  <nlognbob>no indication of failure
09:22:14  <nlognbob>in the logs at least
09:22:16  <julianduque>and if the deploys fails your app is still up
09:22:40  <nlognbob>if my app exited silently would you put something in the log?
09:22:41  <julianduque>nlognbob: yes, i'll check if I can find something
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09:35:45  * mmaleckitopic: Nodejitsu - Cloud Status https://status.jit.su | We are currently investigating load balancer routing issues affecting small number of applications. If you are seeing ECONNREFUSED errors on your application, `jitsu apps start` will resolve it.
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09:41:13  <nlognbob>ok, here's a new more dramatic error: nlogn1.jit.su
09:41:56  <nlognbob>note how it differs from nlogn1.nodejitsu.com
09:42:58  <mmalecki>nlognbob: what's the error?
09:43:06  <mmalecki>you are probably hitting different LB than I am
09:43:08  <nlognbob>it redirects to www.nodejitsu.com
09:44:08  <nlognbob>yes, redirect is the right word. it is a 301 http redirect
09:44:56  <nlognbob>actually redirects to ssl: https://www.nodejitsu.com
09:45:09  <nlognbob>has x-powered-by: flatiron 0.3.4 header
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09:52:17  <mmalecki>nlognbob: should be resolved now
09:52:27  <dileep>hello anybody is here for help
09:52:36  <julianduque>dileep: Yes, what do you need?
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09:53:09  <nlognbob>cool. we have an important demo at 9am Pacific time; is the problem likely to recur like it has all night?
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09:53:41  <mmalecki>nlognbob: I'm working on a fix as we speak
09:53:49  <nlognbob>okay, thanks
09:54:23  <nlognbob>i think I'll get some sleep and check back an hour before the demo.....thanks for all your help
09:55:38  <mmalecki>nlognbob: sure. I'll put some monitoring on your app
09:55:45  <mmalecki>for some reason it seems to be affected the most
09:55:54  <nlognbob>ok, thanks a lot
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09:56:47  <nlognbob>and if I see it, I guess it is worth my trying "jitsu start" as the best self-help, right?
09:56:59  <nlognbob>that is, if I see a problem again
09:57:40  <mmalecki>nlognbob: correct. I'll try to make that happen automatically
09:57:55  <nlognbob>thanks!
09:58:05  <julianduque>mmalecki: awesome
09:58:14  <dileep>is it tgood to use Haraka - a Node.js Mail Server..or else there are some good options
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09:59:52  <julianduque>dileep: what do you need? send emails or a mail server with accounts and stuff?
10:00:53  <dileep>julianduque: just like gmail
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10:02:08  <julianduque>dileep: do you need a smtp service, you can't run a smtp server on our platform
10:02:58  <dileep>i mean on node.js
10:03:29  <julianduque>dileep: oh, yes, give it a try
10:03:37  <julianduque>dileep: use haraka and share the experience
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10:05:07  <dileep>julianduque:sure Brother,but i need help from time to time for concepts :P
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10:08:43  <dileep>Get your DNS PTR record working - make sure it matches the A record of the host you are sending from......what does dat mean in simple words
10:09:42  <julianduque>dileep: you need to set up the dns of the mail server
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10:24:51  <ranga>hi
10:25:08  <ranga>anyone there ?
10:25:29  <julianduque>ranga: yes :)
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10:25:54  <ranga>i am trying to do jitsu deploy from my local machine..
10:26:08  <ranga>and i am getting the following error - Cannot find express module
10:26:27  <julianduque>ranga: are you sure it is on your package.json dependencies?
10:26:28  <ranga>i am using express 2.5 in package.json..
10:26:39  <ranga>yes
10:26:52  <ranga>express 2.5.x
10:27:03  <ranga>it is in DevDependencies..
10:27:10  <ranga>should it be in dependencies ?
10:27:13  <julianduque>ranga: you need to put it on "dependencies"
10:27:32  <ranga>shud all the files be in dependencies or only express
10:27:41  <julianduque>ranga: yes, devDependencies are only for libs that are neede *only* in a dev environment, not in production
10:27:58  <julianduque>ranga: all of your dependencies that are using in production environment
10:27:58  <aykutyaman>Hello everybody. I was going to subscribe nodejitsu business micro plan, but nodejitsu.com gives me an error. :( I wonder if nodejitsu is production-ready. What do you think?
10:28:08  <ranga>thanks a lot..Let me check it and come back ..
10:28:19  <julianduque>aykutyaman: an error? what kind of error?
10:28:26  <julianduque>ranga: ok :)
10:28:33  <ranga>cheers..
10:28:44  <aykutyaman>This line: An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
10:29:23  <julianduque>aykutyaman: we are experiencing an issue and our team is working on it right now, check http://status.jit.su for more information
10:30:01  <aykutyaman>thank you julian
10:31:03  <julianduque>aykutyaman: it should be fixed asap, but few apps are affected
10:32:30  <aykutyaman>Maybe I have to reconsider to subscribe
10:34:39  <julianduque>aykutyaman: if you have any questions you can contact [email protected] for more information
10:35:31  <aykutyaman>I sent an email without any response for now
10:40:23  <ranga>hi julian,,everything works fine..expect socket.io.
10:40:53  <julianduque>ranga: username / app name
10:40:56  <ranga>failed to load source socket.io in my client side.
10:41:06  <ranga>rangarajan and app name is "ccc"
10:41:51  <ranga>i am able to login to my website using user id /password..after that it is not loading socket.io resource i think..
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10:45:33  <peterbrowse>Hi guys, when you say you're experiencing 'load balancing issues', I'm seeing bigger issues, my app seems to run fine for about 10 minutes after which it appears to be restarting but it's not erroring or logging that... and I can now no longer deploy
10:46:07  <peterbrowse>after a while app stops authorising sockets and hangs for roughly 30 seconds before restarting
10:46:19  <julianduque>peterbrowse: devops team ar on it right now it should be fixed asap
10:46:23  <julianduque>sorry for the incoveniences
10:46:45  <peterbrowse>no it's cool, but I've been seeing the same issues for the last couple of days
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10:47:20  <peterbrowse>locally I'm running 1 instance, and i'm wondering if scaling it to 5 drones is killing memory etc
10:47:29  <ranga>julian - any more information needed..
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10:47:55  <julianduque>ranga: i'm on it, let me check
10:48:07  <nathan7>peterbrowse: 5 drones are literally 5 different VMs each running an instance
10:48:28  <peterbrowse>yeh that's what I figured, seeing f 'socket.io has started' messages in the log
10:48:38  <julianduque>peterbrowse: it should be working now
10:48:43  <peterbrowse>but passed that I'm not seeing any indication of errors
10:49:33  <peterbrowse>it's a cracking service and amazing that you guys offer websockets, as nobody else does... but at the moment I can't seem to locate the issue causing it to effectively stop responding
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10:49:39  <ranga>thank you..waiting for your response.
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10:50:42  <julianduque>ranga: how can I test socket.io on your app?
10:51:00  <julianduque>ranga: http://ccc.jit.su/socket.io/socket.io.js it's ok for me
10:51:06  <ranga>one quick stuff.. I gave the socket port number in the browser as io.connect(http://ccc.jit.su:8080) ..shud it be 80
10:51:30  <ranga>shud port be 80 or 8080...8080 is the listening port in my application.
10:51:36  <julianduque>ranga: yes, or remove the url, use only io.connect()
10:52:12  <ranga>oh..let me check
10:52:31  <nathan7>ranga: The listening port in your application isn't relevant
10:52:43  <nathan7>ranga: It might in fact be listening on an entirely different port
10:52:44  <ranga>will comeback to you..Is there any document to see the logs at the server side..It may help
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10:53:01  <nathan7>ranga: We monkeypatch Socket#listen so it gets hooked up to the load balancers
10:53:08  <ranga>oh ok
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10:53:19  <ranga>but i am looking for a single drone right..still the same
10:53:37  <ranga>first time iam installing this app
10:53:39  <nathan7>Long story made short, everything ends up on the port 80 of our load balancers
10:53:47  <nathan7>and io.connect() is probably what you want
10:53:58  <ranga>oh great
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10:54:33  <ranga>let me redeploy ..thanks julian & nathan :-)
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10:58:07  <ranga>cool ..working
10:58:15  <ranga>thanks a lot onceagain ;-)
10:58:27  <julianduque>ranga: awesome!!
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11:30:56  <mmalecki>all, we are rolling out a suspected fix to load balancer routing problems now
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11:32:35  <julianduque>mmalecki: great!
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12:13:47  <aykutyaman>hi, business plan drone ram size 1024MB, isn't it?
12:14:10  <mmalecki>aykutyaman: you can set it yourself, actually
12:14:41  <aykutyaman>How much does it cost?
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12:17:00  * mmaleckitopic: Nodejitsu - Cloud Status https://status.jit.su | Load balancer routing issues should be resolved. If you are seeing ECONNREFUSED on your app, please contact support.
12:17:56  <`3rdEden>aykutyaman: 4x the price of regular 256mb drone
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12:19:00  <`3rdEden>so it depends on your plan
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12:19:53  <aykutyaman>`3rdEden: I understand, simple math. :) thank you
12:20:01  <`3rdEden>aykutyaman: yep
12:20:22  <`3rdEden>There's a small explaination on the pricing https://www.nodejitsu.com/paas/pricing#business-note here
12:20:53  <`3rdEden>but It only mentions it for large plans, but it's the same for all other business plans
12:22:14  <aykutyaman>thank you
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12:31:23  <mercmobily_>Hello friends at nodejitsu...!
12:31:24  <mercmobily_>An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
12:31:29  <mercmobily_>user: mercmobily
12:31:37  <mercmobily_>Is it my fault?
12:33:35  <julianduque>mercmobily_: it should we working right now
12:33:47  <mercmobily_>Oh OK
12:33:56  <mercmobily_>Julian, you are the only person I know who work more than me
12:34:14  <mercmobily_>Sorry, eventually I will get used to nodejitsu
12:34:23  <julianduque>mercmobily_: No, indexzero and mmalecki are the ones!
12:34:24  <mercmobily_>I am always concerned it's my fault
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12:34:50  <julianduque>the work harder than anyone else!
12:34:52  <mercmobily_>I am going to apply as open source developer
12:34:53  <julianduque>they*
12:35:08  <julianduque>mercmobily_: awesome, send a pull request!
12:35:30  <mercmobily_>Pull request?
12:36:12  <julianduque>mercmobily_: yes, to nodejitsu/jobs :p
12:36:30  <julianduque>mercmobily_: https://github.com/nodejitsu/jobs
12:36:31  <mercmobily_>...nonononono wait, didn't explain properly
12:36:35  <mercmobily_>I am overworked as I am :D
12:36:51  <mercmobily_>I need to get hotplate finished first, then bookingdojo
12:37:10  <mercmobily_>I am not nowhere near as good as real node programmers, I just slowly get it right by working really hard :D
12:37:24  <mercmobily_>I mean, the opensource account... you gave me a URL earlier today -- what was it?
12:37:54  <julianduque>mercmobily_: oooh!!! sorry for the confusion
12:38:04  <julianduque>mercmobily_: yes, send a request ;)
12:38:10  <mercmobily_>Wjat';s the URL for requests?
12:38:20  <julianduque>mercmobily_: that opensource.jit.su
12:44:50  <mercmobily_>OK done
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13:37:52  <Joe_____>hi, we deployed in nodejitsu and it was working fine 10 minutes back. Now we get the error "An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}". How can we debug this issue. How to find more log information on this.
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13:41:16  <khan>why my app crashed with {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
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13:47:11  <Sly>khan: Joe_____: We actually found an issue just a few minutes ago that was being worked on. Can you guys try again?
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13:55:25  <dscape>Joe_____: khan just fixed
13:55:29  <dscape>can you pleasr retry?
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14:02:29  <Suhi>Hello there!
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14:03:39  <Sly>Suhi: Hi.
14:03:41  <Sly>:)
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14:03:59  <Suhi>I have an app living here http://remotio.jit.su/ which should also appear at my domain http://remot.io/ , but I get a 404 on the later
14:04:47  <Suhi>What could be wrong?
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14:07:37  <khan>now it is working
14:08:21  <Sly>Suhi: one second.
14:08:27  <Suhi>Thx!
14:08:29  <Sly>What's your Nodejitsu username and app name?
14:08:39  <khan>what is the exact problem? It creates an doubt in reliability of Nodejitsu
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14:08:48  <Joe_____>yes, now it is working. Can you guys let us know what was the problem in this case
14:08:51  <Suhi>onereason/remot.io
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14:09:44  <Sly>Suhi: it doesn't look like you have any custom domains listed in the database. Did you add any to your package.json to serve remot.io?
14:10:11  <Suhi>Yep: "domains": [ "remot.io", "www.remot.io" ],
14:11:20  <Sly>Suhi: I'm not seeing those in your application document right now.
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14:12:20  <Joe_____>@Sly: @dscape: now it is working. Can you please let us know what was the problem and why it was done.
14:13:12  <Suhi>:O
14:13:50  <Sly>One minute, Suhi. Looking into it.
14:14:47  <Sly>Suhi: try running `jitsu apps update` in the directory where the app is, if you don't mind.
14:15:58  <Suhi>Unfortunately all I got at the moment is a browser and the github service hook to update files
14:16:20  <Suhi>Any button you can push? :)
14:16:24  <Sly>Ah, one second.
14:16:29  <Sly>I'll try to update it from my side. :)
14:16:49  <Suhi>Fingers crossed
14:16:56  <Sly>There. Domains added.
14:16:59  <Sly>Try now. :)
14:17:12  <Suhi>Woohooo! Working!
14:17:15  <Suhi>Thanks!!!
14:17:19  <Sly>No problem.
14:17:51  <Suhi>Have a nice day! Bye!
14:17:56  <Sly>You too. :)
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14:34:45  <drewww>is couch redis down again?
14:35:16  <drewww>erm, seems like it's back but went down like 45 minutes ago
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14:55:57  <dscape>drewww: can you please email reporting this incident to [email protected]
14:56:17  <dscape>this way we can follow up with irisredis regarding the issue
14:56:35  <drewww>yep, sure
14:56:42  <drewww>I mean, it's conceivable that it's a screwup in my end
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14:57:15  <drewww>but things were moving along fine
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16:20:37  <peterbrowse>Hello, I'm having an issue whilst deploying, error code 500
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16:22:09  <peterbrowse>and when I try and login to the control panel, the site is just hanging?
16:22:48  <Sly>peterbrowse: Can you gist the error you're getting in jitsu?
16:23:09  <peterbrowse>the error is just printing out my expected launch notes, no said error code
16:23:12  <peterbrowse>but sure
16:23:50  <peterbrowse>https://gist.github.com/peterbrowse/d8a5902474626a26a8d1
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16:24:45  <goulding> IrisCouch has proved unreliable as a Redis host (though its been excellent for CouchDB). Has anyone had a positive experience using NodeJitsu with any affordable Redis hosts out there? Openredis? redis-cloud.com? redis4you.com?
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16:26:40  <jcrugzz>goulding: id just make sure you look for one that has hosting where your application is
16:26:42  <Sly>peterbrowse: please don't deploy right now, checking it out. :)
16:26:55  <jcrugzz>I havent tried any of them
16:27:09  <goulding>jcrugzz: do you mean on Joyent?
16:27:20  <peterbrowse>okay, will hold horses... by the way, just as a context, this is just a worker app that populates a database, so it's not listening out on any ports etc.
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16:27:38  <jcrugzz>yea for latency reasons
16:27:49  <Sly>peterbrowse: It looks like you're not creating an HTTP server in this app?
16:27:51  <yawnt>jcrugzz: ping
16:28:09  <jcrugzz>yawnt: sup
16:28:20  <yawnt>jcrugzz: is your tmux stuff somewhere on github?
16:29:00  <jcrugzz>yea my dotfiles are https://github.com/jcrugzz/dotfiles
16:29:07  <peterbrowse>okay, if I'm not serving any clients I presumed it wouldn't need one, or is the http server the link to the outside world?
16:29:22  <jcrugzz>most of it was copied from sorin
16:29:29  <peterbrowse>it worked locally... sigh, apologies
16:31:42  <nathan7>peterbrowse: It's expected you listen on a port
16:31:48  <goulding>Looks like openredis has an option for Joyent hosting... maybe I will try that - BTW is there a NodeJitsu forum somewhere? This kind of discussion is better suited to a forum discussion...
16:31:55  <Sly>peterbrowse: you have to listen on a port, but you don't necessarily have to serve anything on it.
16:31:56  <nathan7>peterbrowse: so, require('http').createServer(function(req, res) { res.end() })
16:32:06  <nathan7>peterbrowse: .listen()
16:32:07  <peterbrowse>ah... sweet, I get you
16:32:07  <Sly>But it absolutely has to listen on a port, or the deploy is a failure in the server's eyes.
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16:32:20  <peterbrowse>Makes sense
16:32:24  <peterbrowse>thank you both
16:32:40  <peterbrowse>Cracking support service as usual
16:32:54  <nathan7>I have my non-HTTP apps just if(process.env.SUBDOMAIN) require('http').createServer(function(req, res) { res.end() }).listen()
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16:37:06  <peterbrowse>perfect, looks to up and running as expect. Thank you for pointing an idiot in the right direction
16:37:15  <peterbrowse>*to be
16:37:59  <yawnt>jcrugzz: ty
16:38:16  <nathan7>peterbrowse: Happy to help [=
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16:47:59  <DTrejo>can't wait until jitsu starts hashing each of my package uploads, doing a binary diff on them right before i upload, and then deploying super fast as a result
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16:54:33  <DTrejo>mmalecki ^ just like railgun, or dropbox
16:54:46  <DTrejo>^ http://blog.cloudflare.com/how-to-tell-how-well-railgun-is-working-for-y
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17:10:54  <nathan7>DTrejo: That introduces a lot of complexity
17:11:01  <DTrejo>very true
17:11:05  <nathan7>DTrejo: deploy performance isn't our primary focus
17:11:18  <nathan7>DTrejo: We have zero-downtime deploys
17:11:34  <DTrejo>which are very nice
17:12:13  <DTrejo>nathan7: is one of your metrics of how well the service is doing involve the # of deploys?
17:12:21  <DTrejo>per day/per hour / etc
17:12:44  <nathan7>I'm not certain what we keep metrics on
17:12:56  <DTrejo>because if you wanted to boost that... ;)
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17:24:17  <bjartwolf>site is down... nodejitsu.com is down too, it seems
17:24:22  <bjartwolf>An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
17:27:07  <bjartwolf>anyone on this?
17:27:15  <bjartwolf>now it is up again i think
17:28:23  <bjartwolf>but my drone has stopped nodespdemo.jit.su
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17:31:46  <jcrugzz>bjartwolf: it says it cannot get /authenticate/login
17:31:56  <jcrugzz>it was working before?
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17:44:17  <Sly>bjartwolf: what's the username and application name? Also, nodejitsu.com is back online.
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17:54:50  <aykutyaman>hi, does this error regards port that app listens on? [info] Fri, 08 Mar 2013 17:51:05 GMT warn: error raised: Error: listen EACCES
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17:57:34  <yawnt>aykutyaman: what port are you trying to listen on?
17:57:35  <distilledchaos>so...
17:57:39  <distilledchaos>{"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
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17:57:42  <distilledchaos>on production
17:57:45  <aykutyaman>yawnt: 80
17:57:51  <distilledchaos>and we're trying to actively use it
17:58:07  <yawnt>aykutyaman: do you mind trying > 1024?
17:58:15  <yawnt>distilledchaos: username appname?
17:58:31  <aykutyaman>yawnt: ok
17:58:32  <distilledchaos>yawnt distilledchaos 1540spying
17:58:39  <aykutyaman>yawnt: thank you
17:58:51  <yawnt>distilledchaos: checking
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18:03:13  <yawnt>distilledchaos: the app name is flow-2013
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18:06:04  <yawnt>distilledchaos: works fine here, cna you check now
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18:13:56  <aral>Hey guys, my girlfriend (in a different city in the UK) is only getting the ECONNREFUSED error on my app and I can’t seem to get it (although I was earlier and restarting the app helped). Tried restarting the app again, no dice. Any ideas?
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18:15:23  <jcrugzz>aral: try doing a `jitsu start` that will put it on a new drone
18:15:55  <aral>@jcrugzz Thanks, will try now. I tried jitsu apps start — is that different?
18:16:09  <jcrugzz>aral: that should be the same
18:16:45  <aral>Ah, in which case, it’s the same after a start. Going to try and contact support via the site.
18:16:53  <aral>(Thanks for your help)
18:17:33  <jcrugzz>aral: np. if you stick around Sly/yawnt may become available to help you :)
18:17:47  <aral>Cool, I’ll keep this open :)
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18:18:49  <aral>Oh, so you have to go to the main page to find support and that logs you out. Nice!
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18:36:07  <aral>Hmm, I think it was me: I was hitting xxx.nodejitsu.com instead of xxx.jit.su — assuming that would do it?
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18:37:03  <porsager>Help
18:37:11  <porsager>there is another app at our domain
18:37:15  <porsager>https://api.mydoable.com
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18:38:11  <porsager>i have no idea what that is! not even remotely
18:38:15  <yawnt>porsager: what's the problem?
18:38:40  <aral>Actually, scratch that, site’s still bananas. ECONNRESET — and just got a screenshot of another site showing up (keepr)
18:39:11  <porsager>well either we're hacked or maybe you're pointing our subdomain to a wrong app?
18:39:37  <yawnt>porsager: can you tell me what you're seeing?
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18:40:34  <porsager>i am seing a H1 with "Team 1540 - Spying"
18:40:34  <yawnt>porsager: anyway looking .. sorry for the inconvenience
18:40:34  <aral>Hey porsager, I just had the same thing happen. What’s going on?
18:40:48  <porsager>aral: i have no clue
18:41:13  <aral>I just saw: "Keepr — Welcome to Keepr - A picture is worth a thousand words if you can find it. … Sign up for a Keepr account below"
18:41:17  <aral>(On my site)
18:41:40  <aral>I have to say, this is my first experience deploying with Nodejitsu and colour me unimpressed.
18:42:02  <porsager>yawnt: i have stopped our app so that users don't send info somewhere wrong !
18:42:10  <yawnt>porsager: yes, i apologize
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18:42:32  <porsager>this is really bad ! users send passwords cleartext and someone else could be intercepting them
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18:43:24  <porsager>yawnt: should i not start the app again ? (i wanted to see if our app came back on again)
18:43:37  <yawnt>porsager: you can try
18:43:55  <yawnt>porsager: what's your username appname?
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18:44:02  <porsager>ok, i'll try that and i'll be waiting for an explanation
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18:46:17  <porsager>yawnt: ok our app is back again
18:46:23  <porsager>yawnt: doable / doableapi
18:47:01  <distilledchaos>i have to ask. given that this is designed for production code, how come we experience so many problems?
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18:48:45  <yawnt>aral: what's your username and appname?
18:49:05  <aral>@yawnt are you from Nodejitsu? I’ve emailed them the information
18:49:28  <Sly>aral: yes, he works with Nodejitsu.
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18:50:08  <aral>yawnt: just DMed you (thanks Sly)
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18:59:16  <porsager>yawnt: can you tell me if anyone have had access to our app (source code)?
18:59:44  <yawnt>porsager: it looks like a problem unrelated to your application
19:00:20  <porsager>yawnt: we have keys and passwords in the code.. gonna reset either way just to be sure
19:01:14  <porsager>yawnt: so basically it was our domain that routed to a wrong app ?
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19:01:55  <yawnt>porsager: the result of the issue was that one, we are isolating the cause that originated it
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19:06:59  <yawnt>distilledchaos: on behalf of the team, i apologize.. i realize this isn't up to your standards.. just know that our devops team is working hard to rectify the situation
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19:08:21  <tulsi>hello
19:08:34  <porsager>yawnt: can you email me at the email registered on our account (doable) when you know more ?
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19:09:24  <tulsi>i was wondering if it is possible to connect to IRONMQ from nodejitsu or is there some other message queue addon available?
19:10:36  <BrandonVaughan>howdy; I am trying to use the phantomjs node module and getting and install error. wondering if phantom is something i can use on nodejitsu or not
19:11:03  <jcrugzz>BRandonVaughan: no unfortunately you cannot, it has a lot of external dependencies
19:11:18  <BrandonVaughan>oh ok. thanks
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19:36:27  <Raynos>ill ask robert whether
19:36:29  <Raynos>>_<
19:36:35  <Raynos>https://gist.github.com/Raynos/9802c4fa6d5311dc2f04
19:36:41  <Raynos>Tar failed with nodejitsu
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19:37:54  <Sly>Raynos: try again, please.
19:38:28  <jcrugzz>tulsi: there is no "addon" persay but it is possible. I believe they have a node.js module wrapper for their API
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19:38:40  <jcrugzz>which should allow it to work
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19:40:59  <Raynos>I did
19:41:00  <Raynos>It worked
19:44:26  <Sly>Raynos: Cool. :)
19:44:28  <Sly>Sorry about that.
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19:45:39  <Ari_>Hi
19:46:08  <Ari_>how do I push just the changes of server.js to jitsu and not my whole app?
19:46:24  <Sly>Ari_: You'll have to deploy.
19:46:32  <Ari_>ok Thanks
19:46:36  <`3rdEden>Ari_: Node.js doesn't support hot code reloading
19:47:04  <`3rdEden>So you need to redeploy to see all the changes like sly said :)
19:47:22  <nathan7>Ari_: If you're shipping a lot of assets with your app, put them on a file storage service or CDN
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19:49:46  <Ari_>I am getting An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNRESET"} when I load my app, is the problem mine or nodejitsu'es
19:49:47  <Ari_>?
19:50:17  <Sly>Ari_: it could be an app problem. Have you checked your logs?
19:50:27  <Ari_>yes,
19:50:41  <Ari_>I thought I changed something, but did not
19:50:43  <Sly>Did you get an error?
19:50:50  <Ari_>yes
19:51:04  <Sly>Can you gist the error?
19:52:53  <Ari_>I fixed it
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19:53:29  <Ari_>you seem to be having some problems with your static files.
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19:55:43  <Sly>Ari_: what static files?
19:56:09  <Ari_>@Sly: Go to foo.nodejitsu.com.
19:56:40  <Ari_>shouldn't it be centered and in a different font?
19:57:05  <Ari_>and at webchat.nodejitsu.com, the logo is not showing up/
19:57:07  <Sly>Ari_: are you talking about the 404 page? I'm not seeing any issues?
19:58:26  <Sly>Ari_: that logo isn't available anymore. develop.nodejitsu.com goes to webops.nodejitsu.com now.
19:58:38  <Ari_>ok,
19:58:47  <Ari_>tsorry
19:58:49  <Sly>np
19:58:54  <Ari_>sorry, sorry
19:59:29  <Sly>It's cool. :)
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20:08:52  <distilledchaos>I just got the ECONNRESET error, ran jitsu start, and it works now.
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20:13:46  <aral>I just tried my site again and now I’m seeing the Team 1540 - Spying … Games … with a link to something called Ultimate Ascent. Before that I was getting errors. Seriously, guys, what’s going on?
20:14:58  <aral>(That’s the same page that @porsager reported seeing in place of his/her site earlier)
20:15:11  <Sly>aral: I believe I responded to your email.
20:15:20  <aral>Going to check now :)
20:16:16  <aral>OK, responded with my username to your email, @Sly — had also given that info to @yawnt via DM
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20:17:24  <xpklein1>pinging any admins. I'm getting an error registering my account: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5119503
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20:18:07  <Sly>xpklein1: looks like you're having a local network problem. Are you behind a proxy or something of that nature?
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20:19:02  <xpklein1>Sly: I'm behind a proxy, yes. on a mac. but I added HTTP_PROXY to my profile...?
20:19:31  <Sly>xpklein1: that proxy could be causing problems.
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20:19:57  <aral>@Sly would really love to read about what caused these issues once you guys have isolated it. At the moment, I was trying out Nodejitsu with a side project but these issues have left me scared to deploy anything important here. (Seeing someone else’s site at my URL and having none of the errors I was getting logged are huge showstoppers for any type of hosting). Best of luck tracking it down and I look forward to hopefully reading a blog
20:19:57  <aral>of what happened when you guys find out and fix it.
20:20:18  <xpklein1>Sly: fair enough. any known workarounds?
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20:20:39  <Sly>xpklein1: have you tried without the proxy?
20:20:45  <Sly>It might not be the proxy.
20:21:04  <xpklein1>heh. I'd get off it if I could...
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20:21:20  <xpklein1>"corporate environment"
20:21:23  <Sly>Ah.
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20:24:10  <Sly>aral: you haven't deployed or started again since you had the problem, right?
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20:26:29  <aral>I did twice (a while ago). The first time I was seeing ECONNREFUSED errors. Restarted via webops and that went away. Then I sent the URL to my girlfriend to try and she was seeing ECONNREFUSED and it was working perfectly for me. Then she sent me a screenshot of a different site that appeared. I restarted via jitsu, and that didn’t help. Then, after waiting for an hour or so, I checked a few minutes ago an initially got errors and then sa
20:26:29  <aral>that 1540 — Spying site there.
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20:31:22  <Sly>aral: looking into it right now.
20:31:35  <aral>Thanks, @Sly
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21:03:35  <distilledchaos>my app is completely non-responsive. '{"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}' everywhere
21:03:50  <distilledchaos>no errors in jitsu logs
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21:07:55  <distilledchaos>any status on this error?
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21:08:44  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: I believe there is an issue being looked into. If you provide your username/appname Sly should be able to get to you :)
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21:10:23  <distilledchaos>jcrugzz: ok
21:10:38  <distilledchaos>i also submitted a ticker
21:10:40  <distilledchaos>ticket*
21:11:34  <jcrugzz>that should be helpful :). the nodejitsu ninjas are at work in the background
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21:12:41  <distilledchaos>jcrugzz: i'm curious about your infrastructure. what causes this error?
21:12:46  <distilledchaos>word is load balancers, but that doesn't mean a ton to me
21:14:29  <distilledchaos>even weirder, the app is being used from a number of cell networks, some of which work and some of which don't, and they trade off
21:14:36  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: I am not sure in this case. Im not as familiar with how haibu works currently
21:14:58  <distilledchaos>ah, ok
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21:22:33  <distilledchaos>jcrugzz: haven't heard back from Sly
21:23:58  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: something odd is going on, he is busy helping implement the fix.
21:25:13  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: can you try a `jitsu start` and let me know what happens?
21:26:57  <mmalecki>all, fix to mixing apps up has been deployed. we're now working on fixing affected apps. please contact support should those issues arise.
21:27:13  <blakmatrix>distilledchaos: currently our provisioner is acting up, our devops team is working hard to resolve, I'm sorry I can;t really explain details otherwise it wouldn't be an issue, but devops has a patch incoming. we will be updating twitter/status.jit.su ASAP when we know more
21:27:14  <distilledchaos>mmalecki: sweet!
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21:27:47  <distilledchaos>blakmatrix: can i expect a patch in 10 minutes, an hour, a day, a week?
21:28:07  <distilledchaos>jcrugzz: "Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error"
21:28:15  <distilledchaos>for `jitsu start`
21:28:40  <distilledchaos>second time, "Nodejitsu ok," but the error remains
21:29:17  * blakmatrixtopic: Nodejitsu - Cloud Status https://status.jit.su | Patch Incomming to adress apps getting mixed up
21:29:37  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: ^^ should be soon
21:30:38  <distilledchaos>jcrugzz: ok. sorry for all the hubbub i'm causing...i have users literally waiting at my side for a fix
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21:31:49  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: I understand, no worries :)
21:32:10  <distilledchaos>i'm sure you're familiar with the problem :)
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21:41:39  <kmoney>Can someone help me with a jitsu deploy problem?
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21:41:51  <distilledchaos>it's probably not a jitsu deploy problem
21:41:55  <distilledchaos>but it could be
21:41:59  <blakmatrix>kmoney: what seems to be the problem
21:42:03  <distilledchaos>something on jitsu's end is wonky
21:42:07  <kmoney>ah
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21:42:24  <kmoney>I'm getting an error spawning drone
21:43:04  <distilledchaos>if you go to your app, do you get an ECONNREFUSED error?
21:43:23  <kmoney>Nope. I can get to the app
21:44:15  <kmoney>it just won't restart. I made some changes to the package so it could be something on my end. I added a predeploy hook. does that happen local or on the server?
21:44:19  <distilledchaos>can you run jitsu deploy --debug and post the output?
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21:44:57  <kmoney>yep
21:45:19  <distilledchaos>i think predeploy happens locally, before deploy
21:45:26  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: appreciate the help :). kmoney: they are pushing a patch through currently so that could be affecting your deploy
21:46:06  <distilledchaos>kmoney: http://package.json.jit.su
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21:49:00  <kmoney>okay, so it just deployed successfully except that it started the wrong snapshot
21:49:37  <kmoney>Now it looks like the snapshot started. I think "something on jitsu's end is wonky" was the right answer
21:50:10  <jcrugzz>kmoney so your old snapshot was started?
21:50:14  <jcrugzz>on the deploy?
21:50:20  <kmoney>yes
21:50:26  <kmoney>not even the most recent
21:50:30  <kmoney>or the last working
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21:50:46  <jcrugzz>kmoney: which one?
21:51:12  <jcrugzz>kmoney and whats your username/appname?
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21:55:27  <nathan7>kmoney: 0.3.0-7 is the most recent version we have
21:55:37  <nathan7>kmoney: And that's also what appears to be running
21:56:26  <kmoney>yeah
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21:56:45  <kmoney>I started that to see if it would work. 0.3.0-1 was started after the deploy
21:56:58  <kmoney>this happened to me twice actually
21:57:08  <nathan7>mhm
21:57:44  <kmoney>The deploy failed. I redeployed. I don't remember how many times. When it succeeded it was running 0.3.0-1
21:58:00  <kmoney>And then the same thing happened again.
21:58:38  <kmoney>here's most of the debug log
21:58:41  <kmoney>https://gist.github.com/tmfkmoney/7850fb8cc44b553e0b76
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22:02:18  <distilledchaos>it occurred to me that those gist logs contain the password base64 encoded. not sure what you want to do about that (i promise i won't take advantage of that)
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22:02:50  <kmoney>i will change it now
22:05:17  <distilledchaos>interestingly, previous debug logs i've submitted have the base64 data masked with asterisks
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22:05:50  <distilledchaos>jcrugzz: eta?
22:06:25  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: no eta but I believe they are close. I appreciate the patience :)
22:06:30  <kmoney>that's the header stuff so I can delete it next time?
22:07:00  <Tam2>Hi, does nodejitsu automatically restart an app if it crashes?
22:07:23  <jcrugzz>Tam2: yes.
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22:07:59  <jcrugzz>if you are having an issue currently, a patch is being implemented as we speak
22:08:39  <Tam2>jcrugzz - thanks, as an example i've got 3 nodes, if one of the nodes crashes will it redeploy all 3?
22:09:06  <nathan7>Tam2: If an instance crashes, it's restarted.
22:09:50  <Tam2>okay
22:10:14  <distilledchaos>kmoney: i believe so
22:10:38  <distilledchaos>jcrugzz: sure. i can imagine maintaining a service as large as nodejitsu can be difficult
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22:14:19  <blakmatrix>distilledchaos: not to mention the growth we've seen in past few months
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22:14:59  <distilledchaos>blakmatrix: i can imagine
22:15:01  <blakmatrix>These are really growing pains IMO
22:15:27  <blakmatrix>because lets face it this will not continually happen we wont let it, that'd just be bad
22:17:59  <distilledchaos>blakmatrix: i hope not :)
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22:18:25  <blakmatrix>me either .. I'd be out of a job before long :S
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22:25:47  <jcrugzz>kmoney: can you try redeploying?
22:26:09  <kmoney>sure
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22:27:52  <grownseed>howdy
22:27:56  <blakmatrix>grownseed: hi
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22:28:40  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: can you try and redeploy?
22:29:15  <grownseed>this might be a totally stupid question, but how do you get the CSR to generate an ssl certificate to use on nodejitsu?
22:30:02  <grownseed>or should i just not bother and generate my own?
22:30:11  <blakmatrix>grownseed: You don't need to, use apache configs, they are all interchangeable
22:30:22  <blakmatrix>grownseed: do you have a business plan ?
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22:30:39  <grownseed>nope, does https not work on individual plans?
22:31:07  <jcrugzz>grownseed: not for your own custom domain
22:31:19  <blakmatrix>grownseed: you can use our SSL on your subdomain, but only business plans allow you to use custom SSLs
22:31:30  <grownseed>ah ok, fair enough
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22:31:54  <grownseed>it's not really for me it's actually for my job, I'm getting them to host our Node apps with you but i'm just trying to confirm a few things first
22:31:57  <kmoney>jcrugzz looks like it worked. Sometimes it takes me several times to deploy
22:32:59  <jcrugzz>kmoney: it took several times just before?
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22:33:39  <kmoney>jcrugzz: this one worked first time
22:33:50  <jcrugzz>kmoney: awesome. :)
22:33:55  <kmoney>yep
22:34:07  <distilledchaos>blakmatrix: cool. if i run `jitsu start`, will it work?
22:34:23  <blakmatrix>distilledchaos: yeah try that out we should be good to go know
22:34:35  <blakmatrix>gettign the all clear from devops
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22:35:49  <distilledchaos>crossing my fingers, it's taking a while to start
22:36:36  <distilledchaos>socket hang up :(
22:37:40  <grownseed>totally unrelated question, do you guys run a separate instance of haibu for each user? was just wondering that because as far as haibu's concerned, there's basically no way to have similar app names across users
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22:39:19  <nathan7>grownseed: See the haibu users plugin
22:39:26  <blakmatrix>grownseed: we run one carapace on one haibu on on drone atm
22:39:41  <nathan7>grownseed: A carapace is spawned as haibu-$USERNAME
22:40:00  <grownseed>ah ok, that explains, thanks
22:40:54  <nathan7>grownseed: sorry, the plugin is called setuid
22:41:39  <grownseed>it's just that in certain cases haibu only refers to app's names provided by each app's package and i was wondering why that was
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22:43:42  <grownseed>i might just have different internal app names for the time being
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22:45:24  <distilledchaos_>so...jitsu start doesn't fix the problem
22:47:37  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos_: can you run with a debug flag and pm me the gist?
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22:52:19  <distilledchaos_>jcrugzz: sure
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22:54:33  <porsager>yawnt: Hi - did you figure out what happened earlier today?
22:55:08  <distilledchaos_>hmmm
22:55:30  <distilledchaos_>jcrugzz: it's too long for my terminal, and when i pipe stdout and stderr to a file, it includes all of the ansi escape characters
22:56:05  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos_: using tmux?
22:56:46  <distilledchaos_>gonna be honest--don't know what that is
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23:03:08  <grownseed>distilledchaos_: it lets you run virtual terminals from a single terminal, but I'm not sure how that's going to help you there, are you on Windows or Linux or Mac?
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23:05:06  <grownseed>well either way you should be able to do something like: jitsu deploy --debug > myoutput.txt
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23:05:58  <distilledchaos_>ubuntu
23:06:06  <distilledchaos_>i did that
23:06:09  <distilledchaos_>with 2>log
23:06:13  <grownseed>yeah that should work on ubuntu too
23:06:22  <distilledchaos_>but it contained a bunch of ansi escape codes
23:06:27  <distilledchaos_>got rid of them with a quick regex
23:06:29  <distilledchaos_>but that's rather hacky
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23:12:25  <inspiron>is the code that parses package.json "domains" section open source. I'd like to see an example of how they use "domains" in the code
23:13:03  <distilledchaos>is this what you're looking for: https://github.com/isaacs/read-package-json ?
23:13:30  <distilledchaos>everything node-related should be open-source
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23:15:08  <nathan7>inspiron: the domains section is handled by our load-balancing / orchestration software
23:15:15  <grownseed>distilledchaos: you could maybe try: jitsu deploy --debug | sed -r "s/\x1B\[([0-9]{1,2}(;[0-9]{1,2})?)?[m|K]//g" 2> log.txt
23:15:34  <grownseed>not tested, not my regexp
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23:15:45  <nathan7>inspiron: It's expected to be an array of strings.
23:16:29  <distilledchaos>my bad :/
23:16:47  <inspiron>nathan7: thanks. what does it do with the information
23:17:32  <nathan7>inspiron: Your app is held in the CouchDB, the CouchDB document contains your package.json with some additional information like where it's running
23:17:53  <nathan7>inspiron: We have a CouchDB view keyed on the domain
23:18:38  <nathan7>inspiron: the load balancers follow the changes stream from the DB I believe
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23:18:44  <nathan7>inspiron: so they know where a given app is running
23:19:06  <nathan7>inspiron: It's not complex, it follows fairly naturally
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23:20:46  <blakmatrix>distilledchaos: grownseed: just use --no-color or --raw
23:20:59  <blakmatrix>forget that silly sed command lol
23:20:59  <inspiron>okay, thanks. i'm making a server to run all my apps with virtual host routing. I'm putting the domain to each of those apps in the domains section. I wanted to make it so that in the future if I add an app that I want my server to run I just have to update the package.json. I'm trying to think of the best way to do that. The only way I'm seeing right now is for the order of the domains section to matter. but that doesn't seem cl
23:21:29  <inspiron>the server (in node.js with express) contains the package.json
23:21:40  <distilledchaos>blakmatrix: now that i think about that...
23:21:44  <distilledchaos>i feel really stupid
23:21:53  <inspiron>and the apps are my dependencies
23:22:10  <grownseed>blakmatrix: haha fair point, forgot about those flags
23:22:14  <blakmatrix>don't, there is a lot of stuff to jitsu to learn
23:22:32  <distilledchaos>yeah, but i already knew those options
23:22:37  <distilledchaos>just didn't occur to me
23:22:38  <distilledchaos>ah well
23:22:42  <blakmatrix>I just leared he other day you can change the release option
23:23:12  <blakmatrix>it is/was undocumented so i had no idea
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23:23:26  <distilledchaos>huh
23:23:33  <nathan7>blakmatrix: release option?
23:23:36  <grownseed>i'm pretty much done dissecting haibu, jitsu's next :D
23:23:56  <blakmatrix>https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/issues/397
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23:25:29  <blakmatrix>more info here https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook/issues/88
23:25:51  <distilledchaos>cool
23:25:56  <nathan7>grownseed: there's a *lot* of magic in between those two
23:26:15  <blakmatrix>distilledchaos: yeah, this will make a lot of grunt users happy
23:26:37  <distilledchaos>heh
23:27:00  <grownseed>nathan7: i figured there was :) (https://github.com/grownseed/haibu-ishiki)
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23:27:29  <nathan7>grownseed: ah! you're that guy
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23:27:47  <nathan7>grownseed: Cool stuff [=
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23:28:46  <distilledchaos>;9
23:29:04  <distilledchaos>didn't expect my app to not work all day today
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23:30:03  <distilledchaos>my app gets used over a very few days every now and then, what are the chances this would coincide with this issu
23:30:21  <nathan7>Murphy's law :(
23:30:29  <distilledchaos>yep
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23:30:51  <zarac>Anyone got a favorite XML parser to recommend? (might need HTML support in the future so it doesn't hurt).
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23:31:33  <distilledchaos>i've used xml-stream before
23:31:52  <distilledchaos>worked for my purposes, and wasn't too much of a hastle to use
23:32:01  <distilledchaos>i'm not too fond of xml in general, though
23:32:52  <nathan7>zarac: HTML parsers and XML parsers are fairly disjoint sets
23:33:09  <grownseed>nathan7: lol "that guy"?
23:33:14  <blakmatrix>distilledchaos: what no XML love? Gotta love SOAP systems
23:33:29  <blakmatrix>WSDL and all that jazz
23:33:35  <distilledchaos>weeeee
23:33:41  <nathan7>grownseed: I remember seeing your stuff from a GitHub issue
23:33:55  <jcrugzz>zarac i know isaacs has one https://github.com/isaacs/sax-js
23:33:59  <zarac>I don't like xml too much either. I'm gonna try 'xmlparser' and 'xml2js'.
23:34:04  <nathan7>xml2js is nice
23:34:06  <zarac>Oh.. i'll check that one out too jcrugzz
23:34:07  <grownseed>nathan7: ah yeah that must be the log tailing thing ^^
23:34:09  <nathan7>as far as that goes for XML
23:34:14  <nathan7>grownseed: a few months ago, the nathan was building the same
23:34:21  <nathan7>grownseed: a homerolled nodejitsu, that is
23:34:31  <jcrugzz>zarac: i think xml2js uses that to be honest ha so that should be good
23:34:39  <nathan7>though I am incapable of coming up with fancy Japanese names
23:34:51  <distilledchaos>aww
23:34:52  <zarac>Thanks nathan7, I've become aware of that in the past. Ended up using regex for the HTML issues. ; )
23:35:08  <zarac>Thanks a bunch, dudes and dudettes. ; )
23:35:10  <nathan7>HTML parsers will gladly take XML
23:35:12  <distilledchaos>zarac: yeah, those look like better options
23:35:29  <distilledchaos>zarac regex for html >.>
23:35:32  <distilledchaos>for shame
23:35:36  <grownseed>nathan7: hehehe
23:35:46  <zarac>; )
23:36:21  <nathan7>HTML tags lea͠ki̧n͘g fr̶ǫm ̡yo​͟ur eye͢s̸ ̛l̕ik͏e liq​uid pain
23:36:32  <distilledchaos>please no :(
23:36:42  <jcrugzz>O.O
23:37:04  <nathan7>http://stackoverflow.com/a/1732454/49047
23:37:20  <grownseed>in terms of prod, i have absolutely no intention of competing with nodejitsu :D i'm just hoping i can make an easy to use dev server basically
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23:37:50  <nathan7>Yeah, that was what I was trying
23:38:17  <distilledchaos>nathan7: best answer
23:38:31  <nathan7>I still think my primary mistake was not reusing jitsu
23:39:14  <grownseed>yeah i'm getting a bit concerned with that part
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23:39:43  <grownseed>not that i don't think it'll be particularly hard but it's gonna be pretty tedious
23:40:02  <nathan7>building a nodejitsu-compatible API and just using jitsu is the easy route
23:41:01  <grownseed>i'm gonna be honest, i didn't really like the haibu api which is i put my own together
23:42:11  <nathan7>mhm
23:42:32  <grownseed>although i guess the nodejitsu api is not just haibu (or is it even haibu at all?)
23:43:08  <nathan7>grownseed: Haibu is a single part of our stack
23:44:01  <distilledchaos>at this point, can i expect my app to be fixed today?
23:45:05  <grownseed>nathan7: makes sense :)
23:45:07  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: I believe so yes
23:45:18  <nathan7>distilledchaos: it's a load balancer issue
23:45:48  <nathan7>distilledchaos: Through 3 out of 8 load balancers your app is inaccessible
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23:47:04  <distilledchaos>nathan7: how are you trying to resolve this issue?
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23:49:04  <grownseed>distilledchaos: they're feeding the balancer prozac in the hope it gets itself back together
23:49:28  <distilledchaos>it's not fun to be depressed :(
23:49:29  <nathan7>we're currently struggling to keep it in a strait jacket
23:49:55  <distilledchaos>it just wants to be free :'(
23:50:44  <grownseed>i'm sure that poor balancer's been subjected to atrocities no normal person could ever endure
23:51:24  <nathan7>well, there's a lot of load on it
23:51:32  <nathan7>it's a delicate balancing act
23:52:20  <jcrugzz>distilledchaos: it will be free, i know it!
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23:54:16  <distilledchaos>a load balancer
23:54:20  <distilledchaos>with a lot of load on it
23:54:21  <distilledchaos>imagine
23:54:28  <distilledchaos>:p
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23:54:37  <jcrugzz>lol
23:54:47  <grownseed>"Balancer on wire", the compelling story of a depressed server on a quest for stability
23:54:55  <distilledchaos>XD
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23:56:18  <nathan7>..if I take a balancer down, will you guys write me a novel?
23:56:47  <distilledchaos>i'll think about it
23:56:59  <distilledchaos>only if i get to use a butterfly to write it
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23:57:36  <grownseed>"Balancing: the story of a murderer" ?
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