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00:32:54  <barnzy>Hi all, are your badges working? Does it matter if my GitHub repo is private? Just keeps saying 'Deployment status: Not found'.
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00:41:26  <nathan7>I'm afraid I don't really know anything about the webhooks :(
00:44:18  <barnzy>No worries nathan7, thanks for replying.
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01:03:00  <peterbrowse>hi
01:04:22  <peterbrowse>I'm getting intermittently "An error has occurred: {"bytesParsed":0,"code":"HPE_INVALID_CONSTANT"}" and having to execute jitsu apps start
01:04:32  <peterbrowse>but nothing is being logged?
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01:19:26  <nathan7>peterbrowse: can you gist a full log?
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01:19:41  <nathan7>peterbrowse: Are you on a reliable network?
01:20:00  <peterbrowse>yes, and nothing error wise was being logged
01:20:38  <nathan7>Despite that, could you please just gist the jitsu output start to end?
01:24:12  <peterbrowse>oh and also, is it possible to use version 0.10.0 of node.js or is 0.8.14 the only support package at the moment?
01:24:28  <peterbrowse>*version
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01:34:31  <jesusabdullah>hond on, question
01:34:42  <jesusabdullah>nathan7: peterbrowse: Is that from a jitsu deploy or from visiting your web page?
01:35:00  <nathan7>peterbrowse: we're unbreaking 0.10
01:35:05  <nathan7>peterbrowse: but it's fairly broken
01:35:10  <nathan7>peterbrowse: even npm is broken
01:35:19  <peterbrowse>ah... haha
01:35:33  <nathan7>Over the next few weeks we're porting things over
01:35:36  <nathan7>I'm in charge of this
01:35:44  <nathan7>this is an unprecedented adventure for me
01:35:51  <peterbrowse>wow.
01:35:52  <peterbrowse>props
01:36:03  <peterbrowse>sorry I should of said that output is on visiting the URL
01:36:30  <nathan7>Ah!
01:36:48  <nathan7>peterbrowse: What does your code look like?
01:37:06  <nathan7>peterbrowse: Because HPE_INVALID_CONSTANT would mean that you're returning something that isn't valid HTTP
01:37:43  <peterbrowse>could be linked to the http server not working correctly
01:38:10  <peterbrowse>It's been working... but I kept getting a cross domain error when it was switching to XHR-polling of socket.io
01:38:32  <peterbrowse>the app obviously starts on port 80
01:38:43  <peterbrowse>but i was having the socket.io connect over port 8080
01:40:09  <nathan7>!
01:40:16  <nathan7>peterbrowse: You can only listen on one port
01:40:27  <nathan7>peterbrowse: That'll be hooked up to our load balancers
01:40:40  <nathan7>peterbrowse: Just attach socket.io to your main HTTP server
01:40:41  <peterbrowse>so I should get socket.io going over port 80?
01:40:47  <nathan7>peterbrowse: and just do io.connect()
01:40:47  <peterbrowse>okay
01:40:52  <nathan7>peterbrowse: no parameters
01:42:57  <peterbrowse>I will try that now... I've had it working so it's obviously just not the right way to do it... I had no parameters in the connect, as i've come across this before and I was using connect() to serve static files
01:43:43  <peterbrowse>but I will configure all socket.io to go over port 80 as well but I didn't want to get the error "warn: error raised: Error: listen EADDRINUSE"
01:44:27  <nathan7>peterbrowse: You have to hook them up to the same http server
01:44:54  <peterbrowse>okay done that... now the issue is only coming from hitting the url without the www prefix :-s
01:46:32  <peterbrowse>wow. Now i'm getting a load of 500 errors on static resources... aahhh
01:46:40  <nathan7>:|
01:48:12  <nathan7>peterbrowse: how urgent is this?
01:48:40  <peterbrowse>not massively, sorry, didn't mean randomly vent on here
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01:49:45  <nathan7>peterbrowse: just asking, it's 3AM but I don't mind losing sleep if it's over something Really Urgent™
01:50:11  <peterbrowse>haha, true... I should probably pick more sociable hours to do bug fixing
01:50:56  <nathan7>I was.. coding up multiple inheritance for JS with ES6 proxies
01:51:18  <nathan7>in retrospect that was a clear sign that I should've gone to sleep
01:51:22  <nathan7>this is sheer insanity
01:51:24  <nathan7>also, it works
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01:55:37  <peterbrowse>haha, so you're having a lot more success than I am...
01:55:57  <nathan7>success is relative
01:56:01  <nathan7>this is fucking insane
01:56:34  <peterbrowse>haha, walk away...
01:57:17  <nathan7>no, I'm rewriting it with ES6 syntax and everything :D
01:58:03  <nathan7>http://sprunge.us/PPKJ
01:58:24  <peterbrowse>perfect for 3am then...
01:58:55  <jesusabdullah>es six moar liek es sucks amirite
01:58:56  <nathan7>usage: Klass.prototype = extendMulti(Klass.prototype, KrazyShit, SleepDeprivedPerson)
01:59:13  <jesusabdullah>nathan7: s/Klass/Fhqwhclass/
01:59:29  <nathan7>jesusabdullah: ?
01:59:37  <peterbrowse>Insane... ha
01:59:58  <jesusabdullah>I don't like the use of klass over class for aesthetic reasons
02:00:05  <jesusabdullah>my recommendation is to call it fhqwhclass instead
02:00:13  <nathan7>jesusabdullah: I was just trying to demonstrate usage
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02:00:50  <nathan7>also let-bindings let me feel less guilty over if (x = blah())
02:00:59  <nathan7>that being said, it's 3AM exactly
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02:13:24  <Nexxy>jesusabdullah, rofl
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02:15:12  <jesusabdullah>:)
02:16:20  <jesusabdullah>Nexxy: lookit https://gist.github.com/jesusabdullah/5178955
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02:48:56  <Nexxy>jesusabdullah, wtf am I reading
02:50:16  <Nexxy>oh, literate programminz
02:50:24  <Nexxy>._.
02:50:57  <Nexxy>jesusabdullah, I'm cutting holes in ikea furniture
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04:13:29  <ArxPoetica>someone around?
04:13:36  <ArxPoetica>having deploy issues
04:13:40  <ArxPoetica>:(
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04:14:00  <ArxPoetica>It's actually giving me info: Nodejitsu ok
04:14:04  <ArxPoetica>but then it just hangs
04:14:12  <ArxPoetica>doesn't return the console cursor to me $
04:14:39  <ArxPoetica>and the app isn't updated
04:14:44  <ArxPoetica>though it's still running
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04:17:32  <ArxPoetica>doh…just realized (of course) it's my own fault probably
04:17:37  <ArxPoetica>still — that hang is weird
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04:18:33  <ArxPoetica>hang time
04:18:48  <ArxPoetica>it's not returning my console to my control — is that new functionality?
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06:54:58  <distilledchaos>does nodejitsu support ports other than 80?
06:55:17  <distilledchaos>(i.e. if i wanted a raw tcp server, could i do so alongside an http server?)
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06:58:25  <bren_>hi, can I get some help with a 500 server error with a nodejitsu call stack?
06:58:59  <distilledchaos>everybody official is asleep or afk
06:59:03  <distilledchaos>i might be able to help you
06:59:08  <distilledchaos>is this during the deployment process?
06:59:08  <bren_>do you work there?
06:59:11  <distilledchaos>nope
06:59:24  <bren_>no, it's a 500 server runtime with a callstack in nodejitsu's code
06:59:30  <distilledchaos>hmmm
06:59:36  <distilledchaos>probably outside of my knowledge
06:59:38  <bren_>i can email their support address
06:59:40  <bren_>thanks though
06:59:43  <distilledchaos>np
06:59:45  <distilledchaos>good luck
07:00:03  <distilledchaos>their support address is probably the best idea
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07:49:04  <kfrancoi>Hi everyone
07:50:00  <kfrancoi>I have a problem with the deployment of my node application on nodejitsu. Can somebody help me ?
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07:56:54  <kfrancoi>The command jitsu deploy is working (ends with Nodejistu ok), but the start cannot start after
07:57:05  <kfrancoi>the app cannot start after
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08:05:52  <yawnt>kfrancoi: hey, can i see the output of jitsu?
08:05:57  <yawnt>you can paste everything in a gist
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08:08:32  <kfrancoi>sure
08:09:19  <kfrancoi>there you go : https://gist.github.com/kfrancoi/5180576
08:10:02  <kfrancoi>after this, my terminal never give my cursor back.. (As it is still waiting from nodejistu)
08:11:58  <yawnt>kfrancoi: jitsu is not yet 0.10 ready, we are in the process of migrating everything
08:12:08  <yawnt>can you try with 0.8.22 for the time being?
08:12:17  <kfrancoi>how can i do that ?
08:12:23  <yawnt>nvm enables you to run seamlessly different version on the same pc
08:12:29  <yawnt>or 'n' by visionmedia
08:12:42  <kfrancoi>I put this in my pakage.json at the moment : "engines": { "node": "0.8.x" }
08:12:49  <yawnt>https://github.com/visionmedia/n
08:13:09  <yawnt>kfrancoi: i mean 0.8.22 locally on your machine, where you have 0.10.0 :)
08:14:05  <kfrancoi>ok... I'll use your tool to switch version
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08:26:29  <kfrancoi>ywant : Even with node 0.8.22, my app is not starting
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08:27:01  <yawnt>kfrancoi: ok can you paste the output of jitsu start --debug in a gist?
08:27:10  <yawnt>also i'll need your username and appname please :)
08:27:14  <yawnt>(full output of jitsu)
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08:29:38  <bren_>anyone available to help with a server issue?
08:30:00  <kfrancoi>username : sagacify
08:30:18  <kfrancoi>appname : gsk-i4-node
08:30:25  <yawnt>bren_: yes, what's up?
08:30:37  <yawnt>kfrancoi: also the full output of "jitsu start --debug" please
08:32:04  <kfrancoi>here is your gist : https://gist.github.com/kfrancoi/5180576
08:32:07  <bren_>a few issues. most recent is whether a file got deployed properly. I'm seeing this error in my webserver: "Error: Cannot find module './patch'". Is this file in /opt/haibu/apps/breville/BrendanLand/package/node_modules/connect/lib/ properly?
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08:34:43  <yawnt>kfrancoi: how big is your app?
08:35:13  <yawnt>bren_: is that a file you have added?
08:35:20  <yawnt>to connect i mean
08:35:38  <kfrancoi>it's quite large for the moment... we still need to "build it". So far, it's about 300mb
08:36:03  <yawnt>kfrancoi: mh yeah that's the problem..
08:36:17  <yawnt>what is happening is that while extracting the archive of your app the drone runs out of memory
08:36:26  <bren_>it should have been installed on your end as a node module, as part of connect.
08:36:26  <yawnt>are you using an individual plan or a business one?
08:36:31  <bren_>but my logs indicate that the file's not there.
08:36:51  <yawnt>bren_: so you didn't edit your local "connect" module in any way?
08:36:54  <bren_>no
08:37:01  <kfrancoi>so far... individual plan, but I plan to switch to business
08:37:11  <yawnt>kfrancoi: individual plans' drones are 256 MB of ram
08:37:13  <kfrancoi>(I just want to make sure it works before ;-) )
08:37:16  <bren_>it's just installing based on a normal package.json. i'm just not sure how to peek to see if it got installed on your end properly.
08:37:27  <yawnt>if you move to business you can provision up to 1024 MB
08:37:28  <kfrancoi>I see
08:37:32  <yawnt>that might mitigate the issue
08:37:52  <kfrancoi>ok
08:37:55  <yawnt>but i strongly suggest that you move the heaviest parts of your app (i assume static assets) to some dedicated server like S3
08:38:20  <kfrancoi>the heaviest part of my app is the dojo development library
08:38:37  <yawnt>that way deploy speed rises and also overall performances of the app (since node wasn't built to serve static assets) :)
08:38:51  <kfrancoi>I understand, we need to work on that
08:39:12  <yawnt>bren_: username and appname?
08:39:12  <bren_>breville / brendanland
08:40:17  <kfrancoi>Thanks for you help yawnt
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08:40:46  <yawnt>kfrancoi: anytime
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08:43:27  <yawnt>bren_: from the logs i see that you're also getting a "script took to long to listen on a socket"
08:43:45  <yawnt>can you move your ".listen()" call as up in your code as possible?
08:44:08  <bren_>oh, i went through this previously and thought i'd made it fast enough
08:44:50  <bren_>but i can take another look
08:45:23  <bren_>is that related to why it's not finding that file?
08:46:10  <yawnt>bren_: yes, i think so
08:48:08  <bren_>ah okay
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08:56:04  <bren_>I got my listen time down to 124 ms on my local machine (a 5 year old laptop) but when I deploy it says: "Error spawning drone error: Script took too long to listen on a socket"
08:57:22  <yawnt>looking into it, sorry for the incovenience
08:57:52  <bren_>the most painful thing is the wide variety of error messages that result.
08:58:04  <bren_>i think this is the first time it's actually told me it took too long to spawn :)
08:58:24  <bren_>second deploy seems to have worked
08:58:33  <yawnt>honestly it's peculiar, i haven't seen something like this ever before
09:00:36  <bren_>now i can't look at my logs. i already opened issue 12746 for this a couple hours ago. i'm getting the second gist right now.
09:02:08  <yawnt>bren_: how big is your app?
09:02:59  <bren_>not very big as far as i know
09:03:30  <yawnt>bren_: you can check with `npm pack`
09:03:32  <bren_>less than 1 MB of JS. the only static asset is a favicon that is 1400 bytes
09:03:38  <nathan7>f=$(npm pack); du -h $f; rm $f
09:04:31  <bren_>164426 bytes
09:04:51  <yawnt>ok
09:05:19  <yawnt>bren_: what are you doing before running .listen() ?
09:05:49  <bren_>you're welcome to look at my server.js
09:05:58  <yawnt>ok :)
09:06:23  <bren_>var connect = require('connect'); var app = connect() .use(connect.favicon(__dirname+'/favicon.ico')) .use(showPage); var http = require('http'); var webServer = http.createServer(app); webServer.listen(process.env.PORT || 8080 /*, '0.0.0.0' */ );
09:07:26  <yawnt>this should be perfectly fine
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09:08:52  <ktross>I'm having trouble creating an app on nodejitsu: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/91034c8369093d461139
09:09:30  <bren_>i changed it a little to get it like this, after you told me to.. but i still got told that it was taking too long on my first deploy after that. the second deploy then went okay.
09:10:07  <yawnt>ktross: can i see your package.json?
09:10:23  <yawnt>also can you paste the full output of jitsu (so i can see node / jitsu version)
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09:10:31  <yawnt>run it with a --debug flag (so jitsu deploy --debug)
09:10:33  <yawnt>thanks :)
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09:13:33  <bren_>i'm still getting same error with logs. i also logged into the nodejitsu.com website and it's also having trouble pulling the log.
09:13:58  <yawnt>bren_: i tried deploying your app
09:13:59  <yawnt>and it worked fine
09:14:13  <yawnt>but at some point it crashed trying to connect to redis
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09:14:36  <bren_>that's because you need the env variables set up
09:14:40  <yawnt>ok
09:14:48  <bren_>otherwise it defaults to a set that won't work on nodejitsu
09:15:03  <yawnt>yep, i was jjus making sure
09:15:28  <yawnt>about the logs, we're going to move away from loggly (which currently manages the logs)
09:15:33  <yawnt>because it has proven to be unreliable
09:16:11  <bren_>oh. one of your guys just recommended it to me last week when i asked :)
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09:16:26  <yawnt>loggly?
09:16:44  <bren_>yeah. i asked what you recommended for logging solutions, and was told that's what you guys used internally.
09:17:03  <yawnt>yeah we still do but we're going to go away for the problems i mentioned
09:17:08  <bren_>i see.
09:17:16  <nathan7>bren_: That's me, yeah
09:17:32  <nathan7>I also told you that they were problematic
09:17:44  <nathan7>it was just the first logging-as-a-service that popped into my head
09:17:54  <yawnt>bren_: in the mean while you can roll out your own stuff using for example winston
09:18:05  <yawnt>which supports loggin to redis, mongo and a bunch of other services
09:18:24  <nathan7>or IRC :D
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09:19:08  <bren_>i see. unfortunately i'm kind of blocked without having logging right now. i'm debugging some other issues but i need to see that log in realtime.
09:19:42  <bren_>i guess i'll see it in loggly
09:21:03  <bren_>oh, looks like loggly.com is having trouble
09:22:07  <bren_>brb
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09:40:16  <juliangruber>ghub.io just went down durin a redeploy, there was the econnrefused error. jitsu apps start helped. will the propability of this happening again be lower when I use the business plans?
09:40:20  <juliangruber>*during
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09:49:58  <juliangruber>and this error just happened: https://gist.github.com/juliangruber/fd75a82ad6e3c30b05c7
09:52:16  <nathan7>juliangruber: Can you tack a --debug onto that please?
09:52:25  <nathan7>also, damn, ghub.io is useful
09:52:39  <juliangruber>jitsu deploy worked the next time I tried
09:52:41  <juliangruber>thanks :)
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10:28:19  <juliangruber>logs for ghub don't show
10:33:11  <nathan7>Hrm
10:33:26  <nathan7>We can't really do a lot about that, Loggly is being shit
10:41:16  <juliangruber>https://gist.github.com/juliangruber/a9d3ce5cc7a21606b300
10:41:22  <juliangruber>again and again and again and again :D
10:41:50  <juliangruber>a new solution with support for streaming logs would be rad
10:42:03  <juliangruber>jistu logs stdout should just stream
10:42:48  <nathan7>Yeah, that's one of the things that'll be coming with our new logging infrastructure
10:43:42  <juliangruber>awesome
10:44:25  <juliangruber>any eta? I'll be moving my apps to joyent until stuff is working again
10:45:44  <nathan7>Checking
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11:11:09  <bright_day>is something wrong with nodejitsu i cant deploy it gives me time out everytime i do
11:12:44  <nathan7>juliangruber: Don't have an ETA for you, sorry
11:12:51  <mmalecki>bright_day: can you give me jitsu output
11:12:52  <mmalecki>?
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11:13:21  <mmalecki>juliangruber: we'll be trying to implement this asap
11:13:41  <bright_day>@mmalecki http://hastebin.com/juwugiradi.xml
11:14:28  <mmalecki>bright_day: full output please :)
11:14:57  <bright_day>@mmalecki http://hastebin.com/tosoyakiro.hs
11:15:54  <mmalecki>okay, what's your username?
11:16:12  <bright_day>beqa.mkheidze
11:19:45  <mmalecki>bright_day: are you using cluster module, per chance?
11:20:07  <bright_day>@mmalecki no not really
11:24:51  <mmalecki>bright_day: okay, I'm looking, I think I need to deploy a bug fix real quick
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11:41:41  <bright_day>@mmalecki any news?
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11:48:46  <mmalecki>bright_day: still working on it
11:49:42  <mmalecki>bright_day: for some reason processes of your app stay alive
11:49:50  <mmalecki>and I need to deploy a fix to kill them
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13:00:20  <mmalecki>bright_day: hey, I'm seeing this app start with 10 drones
13:00:28  <mmalecki>can you give it a try with, say, 3?
13:00:37  <mmalecki>I'm patching servers presently
13:01:20  <mmalecki>brb
13:02:14  <bright_day>@mmalecki okay i will try with 3
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13:35:06  <kaareal>hey there
13:35:15  <kaareal>https://gist.github.com/kaareal/5181516 getting a 500 when i try to get the log file
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13:36:05  <Nodejitsu-Github>nodejitsu-api/master cf80ccf Maciej Małecki: [dist] Bump `request`
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13:37:00  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master 37cd795 Maciej Małecki: [dist] Test on node v0.10
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13:40:58  <gschier>Is there a trick to getting an SSL app working on nodejitsu?
13:41:11  <Sly>gschier: are you using a business account?
13:41:16  <gschier>no
13:41:44  <Sly>gschier: SSL is handled at our load balancer. It's automatically handled for *.jit.su domains, but you'll need a business plan to support custom domain SSL.
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13:42:13  <gschier>hrmm, alright
13:44:02  <kaareal>hey Sly could you help me out again, my log file seems to be stuck i get back a 500, instead of the log https://gist.github.com/kaareal/5181516
13:44:07  <gschier>If I only want 1 out of my n apps to be SSL do I need to create two accounts?
13:47:20  <Sly>gschier: pretty sure you will, unless you want to be charged for business drones for the other applications.
13:47:36  <gschier>ya, I suspected that
13:47:37  <gschier>thanks
13:47:42  <Sly>np
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13:54:21  <oroce>hi, it seems something broken with logs, because i'm getting error: https://gist.github.com/oroce/5181603
13:54:27  <juliangruber>on every `jitsu deploy / jitsu start` you could fire a GET request to the main domain and check if the econnrefused error comes back, if so restart the drone
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13:54:50  <juliangruber>oroce: that's because of jitsu's logging service provider
13:55:51  <Sly>oroce: first, can you upgrade your jitsu version from 0.9.7? We're on 0.12.5 now.
13:56:18  <oroce>@Sly ofc, a moment
13:56:46  <Sly>oroce: cool. When you get that done, try again. If it fails, do it with `--debug` attached and gist that output for me.
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13:57:13  <Sly>Cause it worked fine for me.
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13:57:34  <oroce>@Sly ok now i'm getting logs on webops and in cli, too (webops was broken too)
13:57:44  <bren_>repeated deploy failures. can anybody help?
13:57:52  <Sly>bren_: I responded to your email earlier.
13:58:08  <bren_>oh hi, thanks. that was for broken logs. now i can't even deploy.
13:58:20  <Sly>oroce: jitsu shouldn't effect webops, so loggly may be having intermittent problems.
13:58:35  <Sly>bren_: Ah, right. What seems to be the issue?
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13:58:48  <bren_>loggly has been busted for hours.. on their site as well. fwiw
13:58:58  <bren_>i get "error: Error running command deploy error: socket hang up info: The nodejitsu api reset the connection"
13:59:04  <Sly>bren_: shows everything as online for me. I just checked.
13:59:39  <Sly>bren_: mmalecki was fixing some things earlier, and I'm not sure if he's deployed it yet.
13:59:40  <bren_>i've been told previously that i'm not listening fast enough, but i worked with another engineer tonight and reduced my delay time even lower.. i don't know how to listen any faster than i am.
13:59:47  <oroce>@Sly ok thanks
13:59:54  <Sly>bren_: you might have got caught in a restart. Can you try again with `--debug`?
14:00:07  <Sly>oroce: no problem. :)
14:00:50  <bren_>doing it now.
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14:01:06  <Sly>Awesome.
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14:03:39  <bren_>https://gist.github.com/breville/5c0906d667bdefc5434d
14:04:05  <Sly>bren_: yeah, I'm looking at the deploy logs atm. :)
14:08:48  <bren_>thanks!
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14:11:45  <Sly>bren_: I'm not sure why it's not showing, but it looks like there's an error coming from your app in one of the drones.
14:11:54  <Sly>I'm not completely sure, but that could be what's wrong.
14:11:59  <Sly>*not showing in logs
14:13:09  <gschier>So I'm getting an error trying to add my certs within the web interface http://i.imgur.com/3TtYiKI.png
14:14:04  <gschier>Also, my logs are timing out https://gist.github.com/gschier/5181674
14:14:59  <bren_>i've not had much luck retrieving logs tonight, otherwise i'd diagnose right away.
14:15:35  <bren_>i've noticed that sometimes (earlier today) a file is missing that should have been part of the deploy. as though something failed in the npm install process.
14:16:10  <bren_>gschier, i've been seeing similar errors for hours now
14:16:19  <bren_>with logs timing out
14:16:32  <gschier>hmmm
14:16:38  <bren_>and in fact i just got the same thing
14:17:14  <bren_>gist with --debug for failed logs: https://gist.github.com/breville/d64992ec2431cfded803
14:19:28  <Sly>bren_: I see your app start on one drone, then log `error: {"test":4,"hi":3,"blah":"hello world","time":"2013-03-17T14:07:32.631Z","level":"warn"}` and apparently exit?
14:20:23  <bren_>no, this is just some debug spew
14:20:25  <bren_>it shouldn't exit
14:21:05  <Sly>bren_: Ah, alright.
14:21:28  <bren_>i've been spewing this same line forever in my app, and it's never been an issue on nodejitsu, even within the last hour. so unless you've just made a change to kill processes because of the word error, then this shouldn't be it :)
14:23:23  <Sly>bren_: couldn't tell if it was a custom error handler that exits on like.. `process.on('uncaughtException')` or whatever it is..
14:23:50  <bren_>ah i see. no, shouldn't be that.
14:25:02  <bren_>here's what a successful startup looks like on my home machine: https://gist.github.com/breville/bee0158f7865767aac16
14:26:43  <Sly>bren_: really not sure what's up at the moment. Looking into it, but I can't seem to find anything that looks out of order...
14:27:21  <bren_>this is super frustrating.. it's been flakey for a long time.
14:27:38  <bren_>i've been told a few times it's because i don't listen in time, but i don't see how that can be the issue any more.
14:27:55  <Sly>bren_: it's definitely not because you're not listening quick enough.
14:28:05  <Sly>It doesn't seem to be related to your app at all, actually.
14:28:06  <bren_>as for logs, i can't even get to them to help diagnose.. i've got the same issue as gschier
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14:29:20  <Sly>bren_: yeah, I'm seeing the same output as your local app.. but it stops after the error object.
14:30:04  <bren_>i am curious.. do you guys have a bug/issue tracking system internally?
14:30:30  <bren_>oh, well maybe it's just waiting for some traffic after that.
14:30:48  <bren_>from the website, it looks like the app might have succesfully deployed after all, even though it kept telling me it had failed.
14:31:24  <bren_>which is amusing, since the last time it told me it successfully deployed (about an hour ago), it hadn't.. it still had an old version. :/
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14:32:12  <Sly>bren_: 0.0.1-71 is activated, but 0.0.1-73 is your latest.
14:32:25  <bren_>oh, that's the last two failures then
14:32:56  <bren_>but yeah, i remember in the last hour it said i'd successfully deployed, i loaded the site, and it was still the old version.
14:33:14  <bren_>but that's not as serious as these current deploy failures
14:33:21  <bren_>and the inability to pull logs
14:34:00  <Sly>bren_: indeed. It's very troubling.
14:34:14  <bren_>so, do you guys track these issues?
14:34:18  <bren_>or is it kind of ad hoc?
14:37:37  <Sly>bren_: we try to handle all bugs that are reported to us. Things like Loggly are out of our control, though.
14:38:05  <bren_>that's fine. it's just hard to see sometimes whether reports are tracked all the way through.. i seem to end up in IRC day after day with similar issues :/
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14:44:30  <bren_>is there anything more i can do to help? i'll have to leave soon.
14:45:11  <Sly>bren_: not really. I do have your email, though... so I can update you as soon as I know something.
14:46:36  <Nexxy>anyone have a recommendation for SSL cert provider?
14:46:55  <gschier>I just bought a Comodo cert from namecheap.com
14:47:31  <Nexxy>gschier, the $7.95 one?
14:47:31  <gschier>Does anyone want to help me diagnose my SSL problems? I can't seem to upload my certs to the web interface
14:47:32  <bren_>thanks very much. and let me know if i can do anything more on this end.
14:47:39  <gschier>Nexxy: yep
14:47:57  <Nexxy>gschier, does it validate and everything? do I have to add an intermediate?
14:49:16  <gschier>Ya it needs an intermdiate
14:49:32  <gschier>I haven't been able to get it working on Nodejitsu yet
14:49:35  <gschier>that's why I'm here
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14:52:53  <nathan7>gschier: The web interface is out of order I'm afraid
14:53:11  <gschier>i c
14:53:16  <gschier>is there a way to do it from the cli?
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14:59:30  <fusiongrokker>getting jitsu deploy errors this morning... https://gist.github.com/atuttle/c64509d09846710a5b78#file-error-L30
15:01:24  <fusiongrokker>worked that time...
15:01:30  <fusiongrokker>very inconsistent
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15:14:02  <Sly>fusiongrokker: sorry about that. Trying to find out what's going on right now.
15:14:57  <fusiongrokker>not a big deal as long as retrying a couple of times eventually gets through :)
15:16:45  <Sly>fusiongrokker: thanks for being patient. Appreciate it. :)
15:16:59  <fusiongrokker>Sly: thanks for being awesome.
15:17:49  <Sly>:)
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16:08:34  <barnzy>Hi all, getting a 500 internal server error on deploy, any way of getting more of a description? Nothing drastic has changed in the build.
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16:16:23  <Sly>barnzy: hey there. Can you gist the exact error that you're getting for me?
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16:18:10  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master e1d0f12 Julian Duque: [fix] process don't exit after jitsu deploy, drain event isn't called
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16:18:56  <barnzy>Sly: Will do, give me a second and I will copy it into gist
16:19:06  <Sly>Alright. :)
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16:20:37  <barnzy>Sly: Strange, I just attempted to deploy again with the --debug flag for information ready to copy into gist and the deploy worked second time round. Very odd...
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16:21:10  <Sly>barnzy: hm.. What's your username/app name?
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16:21:42  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master 7506927 Maciej Małecki: [dist] Bump version to 0.12.6
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16:22:11  <barnzy>barnzy/arc
16:22:30  <barnzy>I made no code changes in between the deploys so I'm mystified at the random 500 deploy problem.
16:23:09  <fusiongrokker>anyone know where I can find a list of valid timezone strings ala "Europe/Copenhagen" or "America/Los_Angeles"? Best if I can request them from a library, but I'll settle for a hard-coded list somewhere which I can embed in my app...
16:23:32  <Sly>barnzy: alright. Well, seems like it's working now. I'll look into why you got the 500.
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16:23:52  <barnzy>Thanks Sly, yes, second time is a charm in this case. :-)
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16:27:30  <mmalecki>what the hell, travvy?
16:27:57  <mmalecki>works for me :-)
16:28:22  <mmalecki>all, I'm publishing jitsu which should work with node v0.10.x
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16:35:05  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master 2641a44 Maciej Małecki: [dist] Bump `flatiron` to 0.3.5
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16:37:11  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/jitsu#395 (master - 14f6b4e : Maciej Małecki): The build is still failing.
16:37:11  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/750692797673...14f6b4ef3ac4
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16:37:28  <nathan7>fusiongrokker: /usr/share/zoneinfo
16:39:22  <fusiongrokker>hm, unfortunately just having the names isn't enough... I'll also need their standard and DST offsets. I imagine that data is encoded in those files but I'm not sure how to get it out... also, would I have permission to access that on jitsu servers?
16:40:04  <nathan7>fusiongrokker: I don't see it on the drones
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16:40:09  <nathan7>maybe it's somewhere else on SunOS
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16:43:28  <mmalecki>fusiongrokker: maybe (new Date()).getTimezoneOffset()
16:43:33  <fusiongrokker>I'm considering throwing together a quick module that on compile scrapes the contents of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tz_database_time_zones and just hard-codes an array of options.
16:44:11  <fusiongrokker>mmalecki: that doesn't get me what I need. I need to offer users their choice of time zone and be able to calculate their local-adjusted time for events stored in UTC.
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16:44:49  <mmalecki>fusiongrokker: ahh
16:45:04  <mmalecki>fusiongrokker: hmm, I'm not sure if there's such a thing at all
16:45:19  <fusiongrokker>the calculation is simple enough if you know their current offset.
16:47:26  <mmalecki>fusiongrokker: you might get that from them with JS tho
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16:49:52  <fusiongrokker>I'd rather do it on input from api requests so that I don't have to transform data in bulk (potential for cpu blocking) when they're reading. my data is specific to a single user and tz, so I'd like to transform->save; but api requests don't offer the opportunity to get their current time offset.
16:51:33  <fusiongrokker>so the thought is to get their tz at registration and use that to transform before saving
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16:55:43  <nathan7>Damnit, esprima is missing one of my favourite ES6 features
16:56:00  <nathan7>esprima, y u no implement default parameters
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17:53:52  <surjikal>Hey dudes, is hook.io still alive? Seems like a cool project
17:54:53  <surjikal>All the github links are dead on this page: http://blog.nodejitsu.com/distribute-nodejs-apps-with-hookio
17:56:20  <mmalecki>it isn't, sorry
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17:57:16  <surjikal>@mmalecki, cool! Is there a github project I can check out?
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18:34:42  <fusiongrokker>anyone want to offer feedback before I npm publish this? https://github.com/atuttle/node-tz-db
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18:39:09  <mmalecki>surjikal: I'd look at bunch of Dominic Tarr's modules
18:39:47  <mmalecki>fusiongrokker: not sure if standard isn't to specify offset in seconds
18:39:51  <mmalecki>but that's up to you :)
18:43:10  <fusiongrokker>mmalecki: the thought crossed my mind. the current format is exactly what's scraped from wikipedia. I believe that the timezone library can use these strings... http://bigeasy.github.com/timezone/#section-66
18:43:22  <fusiongrokker>but I think I will try to add seconds
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19:04:37  <fusiongrokker>mmalecki: added seconds
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19:05:56  <nathan7>fusiongrokker: You don't need it to be JS
19:06:15  <nathan7>fusiongrokker: just generate pure JSON and then do "main": "index.json"
19:06:23  <fusiongrokker>ah nice
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19:06:35  <fusiongrokker>do I still have to do module.exports = ?
19:06:38  <nathan7>nope
19:06:41  <fusiongrokker>sweet
19:06:47  <fusiongrokker>JSON.stringify for the win
19:06:48  <nathan7>require.extensions['.json'] handles that
19:06:57  <nathan7>as an extra plus, non-JS people can use it too now
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19:08:28  <nathan7>We did a young hackerspace day, all these kids running around and shit
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19:21:09  <fusiongrokker>nathan7: I converted to json but then:
19:21:11  <fusiongrokker>tz = require('index.json')
19:21:12  <fusiongrokker>Error: Cannot find module 'index.json'
19:21:17  <fusiongrokker>oh ./
19:21:49  <fusiongrokker>there we go :)
19:21:55  <fusiongrokker>rubber IRC
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19:27:22  <fusiongrokker>nathan7: converted to index.json and pushed; thanks for the tip! :)
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20:07:00  <surjikal>I can't find hook.io documentation.. anyone know here it is?
20:07:05  <surjikal>where*
20:07:26  <surjikal>@mmalecki, I looked at his github page, but couldn't find anything
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20:30:31  <mmalecki>surjikal: hook.io is discontinued
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20:56:27  <sveisvei>Im being lazy, so here I go; getting Failure: haibu Error (500): Internal Server Error, but nothing more in the logs
20:56:51  <sveisvei>must be something simple :P
21:01:19  <`3rdEden>sveisvei: sometimes a simple start/redeploy helps
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21:12:57  <sveisvei>`3rdEden: yeah, would think so - but might be something buggy with my user
21:13:13  <sveisvei>tried to just make an empty express app and deploy it, nothing works it seams
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21:48:45  <sveisvei>and working, oh well :P
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