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00:04:46  <forbeslindesay>does nodejitsu use any kind of ip based rate limiting?
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00:17:31  <forbeslindesay_>I lost my wifi for a sec if anyone replied to me I didn't see it
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00:20:47  <samberic>Hey gang. Status page indicated everythings ok but nodejitsu looks pretty broken; home page isn't rendering
00:21:02  <samberic>and JS is off so can't login
00:21:18  <blakmatrix>:o where are you located
00:21:26  <samberic>Hong Kong
00:21:27  <blakmatrix>it's loading fine for me :S
00:21:39  <samberic>Tried it across FF, Safari and chrome
00:22:07  <blakmatrix>can I get you to do a traceroute for me to nodejitsu.com ?
00:23:08  <samberic>traceroute to nodejitsu.com (165.225.131.4), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets 1 10.0.1.1 (10.0.1.1) 4.196 ms 1.317 ms 2.712 ms 2 n220246174254.netvigator.com (220.246.174.254) 5.369 ms 3.056 ms 2.858 ms 3 10.193.233.22 (10.193.233.22) 9.512 ms 4.744 ms 5.351 ms 4 wtsc3a014.netvigator.com (218.102.40.14) 5.254 ms 5.255 ms 6.746 ms 5 tenge11-3.br01.hkg05.pccwbtn.net (63.218.255.33) 8.341 ms 8.064 ms 5.561 ms
00:23:12  <Chevex>Success!
00:23:16  <Chevex>http://codetunnel.com/blog/post/codetunnel-now-lives-at-nodejitsu
00:23:19  <Chevex>Love you guys.
00:23:23  <blakmatrix>samberic: does http/https make a differnece?
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00:24:33  <samberic>also just tried to deploy and got a tastey nodejitsu 500 error
00:24:40  <samberic>info: Creating snapshot 1.0.1-13 info Uploading: [=============================] 100% error: Error running command deploy error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error
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00:27:44  <blakmatrix>samberic: any better now?
00:28:06  <samberic>nope, fraid not, still not rendering the frontpage
00:28:13  <blakmatrix>samberic: what is the ip it is connecting to do you know?
00:28:49  <blakmatrix>curl -v nodejitsu.com (or jit.su or jitsu.com whichever you are using)
00:29:11  <samberic>* Connected to nodejitsu.com (165.225.130.235) port 80 (#0)
00:30:33  <samberic>Gist for when I try to deploy : https://gist.github.com/samberic/c06f618a1e5e117152aa
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00:33:46  <samberic>yep
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00:35:15  <samberic>Any idea what's causing the deploy issue then if connection is ok?
00:35:26  <samberic>I have to leave for work shortly so may have to give up on this
00:35:31  <blakmatrix>samberic: well the deploy failed because it looked up 'fs' https://registry.npmjs.org/fs
00:35:42  <blakmatrix>which for me says theres no document there
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00:36:06  <samberic>(btw, just tried nodejitsu on my phone and all was well, v strange)
00:36:25  <blakmatrix>samberic: I am guessing might be a firewall issue
00:36:39  <samberic>strange, nothings changed overnight
00:38:13  <blakmatrix>might be something stuck in your system preventing retrieval, not eally familiar with those kinda problems, if you can get to it on your phone I'd look at what not working... like is it on the same network or using carrier service?
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00:38:50  <samberic>yeh it's on wifi. Ok, I'll have a play around later, thanks for all your help
00:39:15  <samberic>managed to get my app up at least so unrelated :)
00:39:17  <samberic>cheers!
00:39:19  <samberic>HAve a great day
00:39:23  <blakmatrix>you too :)
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01:35:43  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master 6ae6035 Jarrett Cruger: [fix] fixed shouldEmitData so the tests using it wouldn't make the test suite hang
01:35:43  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master 36e117a Charlie Robbins: Merge pull request #42 from jcrugzz/fix-shouldEmitData-macro...
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01:37:21  <alex___>I'm getting a 401 when logging in, can anyone help?
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01:37:41  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master cd48890 indexzero: [fix] Events should be immutable across reactors.
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04:54:26  <Chevex>I can't seem to get the github hook to work. Can anyone help me?
04:54:54  <julianduque>Chevex: Yes, tell me how can I help?
04:55:21  <Chevex>I can 'jitsu deply' successfully.
04:55:28  <Chevex>But the github hook emails me an error every time
04:55:42  <julianduque>Chevex: can you create a gist with the error please!
04:55:50  <julianduque>I will take a look ;)
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04:56:40  <Chevex>https://gist.github.com/Chevex/5219033
04:56:54  <arunoda>I got error when deploying, seems like a hiredis error: https://gist.github.com/arunoda/c5e2d56668aa807cb655
04:57:06  <Chevex>I'm not sure how to paste the curl error from the prompt :/
04:57:29  <Chevex>Is there an easier way to get that blob of json from the CURL at the bottom of the email?
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04:59:41  <julianduque>arunoda: hiredis doesn't compile on smartos, so you need to use 'redis' instead
05:01:09  <arunoda>yes. I just read it on the stackoverflow
05:01:13  <Chevex>I managed to get the curl
05:01:21  <Chevex>using web-based curl tool
05:01:22  <Chevex>https://gist.github.com/Chevex/5219033
05:01:25  <Chevex>I updated the gist with it
05:01:31  <arunoda>that means I've to sacrifice the performance
05:01:47  <arunoda>is there anyway I can use a linux box on nodejitsu
05:01:50  <arunoda>?
05:02:32  <julianduque>arunoda: no, we only support smartos boxes
05:02:38  <julianduque>Chevex: let me check
05:02:46  <arunoda>okay. thanks
05:03:53  <julianduque>arunoda: I'm looking if there is plan to support SmartOS build for hiredis
05:08:48  <Chevex>The error looks like it's something about App name / subdomain combination is not being available.
05:08:51  <Chevex>Not sure what that means.
05:09:04  <Chevex>Especially since jitsu deploy works fine.
05:09:19  <julianduque>Chevex: you an ignore that error, is on the non_fatal section, I'm investigating..
05:09:27  <julianduque>Chevex: it is a private repo?
05:09:33  <Chevex>No, public
05:09:41  <Chevex>https://github.com/Chevex/CodeTunnel
05:13:40  <Chevex>brb
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05:15:34  <Chevex>back
05:15:40  <Chevex>any luck?
05:15:45  <julianduque>Chevex: not yet
05:15:47  <Chevex>error is pretty general
05:15:52  <Chevex>I appreciate the help.
05:18:23  <julianduque>Chevex: did you follow all the steps described in https://www.nodejitsu.com/getting-started-with-github ?
05:19:41  <Chevex>I did not see that. Thank you I will take a look.
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05:19:57  <julianduque>Chevex: repeat the steps and try again
05:20:02  <julianduque>oops
05:20:08  <julianduque>farewell matey!
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05:22:00  <julianduque>Chevex: repeat the steps and try again please, and let me know the results
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05:23:32  <arunoda_>how can I use jitsu logs with follow logs options? just like tail -f
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05:25:48  <Chevex>Just so you know, some images are missing on the getting started with github page.
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05:26:29  <julianduque>arunoda_: you can't by now, we are implementing that feature
05:26:36  <julianduque>Chevex: you are right, let me see what happened
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05:29:04  <arunoda_>julianduque: thanks
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05:35:17  <julianduque>Chevex: I'm reporting the issue to frontend team
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06:24:58  <AndChat|447225>I followed the instructions for github and still cannot deploy
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06:40:54  <fauntle_local>well
06:40:57  <fauntle_local>that's not good: https://status.jit.su/
06:41:26  <julianduque>What happened?
06:41:44  <fauntle_local>"404
06:41:44  <fauntle_local>No application found for "status.jit.su""
06:41:52  <fauntle_local>no idea
06:41:55  <julianduque>I'm seeing it up... let me check please
06:42:04  <fauntle_local>relayjs is down too with the same error
06:42:45  <BrandonGriggs>yep, I'm getting 404
06:43:06  <julianduque>wait, pinging devops right now
06:43:23  <fauntle_local>:explosion:
06:43:47  <BrandonGriggs>same with my custom domain....no application found
06:46:38  <Raynos>nodejitsu is down?
06:46:40  <julianduque>our devops team are investigating right nao
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06:48:52  <julianduque>confirmed, 1 balancer is down, updated status site: http://status.jit.su/
06:48:58  <julianduque>it should be fixed asap
06:49:20  <julianduque>they are up now.. investigating...
06:49:46  <julianduque>Can you confirm if you are up again please?
06:49:56  <fauntle_local>this might be disingenuous, but should the status site really be running on that?
06:50:01  <fauntle_local>relayjs is running
06:50:13  <fauntle_local>I can get to status
06:51:11  <julianduque>I will keep the status until we confirmed that all is good
06:51:14  <julianduque>thanks for your patience
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07:42:43  <alucardX>morning
07:43:14  <julianduque>alucardX: morning!
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08:08:37  <petrivoges>I suddenly dont have an app in my profile although i'm already on snapshot 41
08:09:09  <petrivoges>had some password issues as well
08:09:22  <julianduque>petrivoges: whats your username please?
08:12:58  <petrivoges>petrivoges
08:14:01  <julianduque>petrivoges: you have two users.. petrigoves and petri.goves
08:14:16  <julianduque>s/goves/voges
08:14:17  <julianduque>sorry
08:14:29  <julianduque>so, the app is runnin on petri.voges account, not petrivoges
08:15:59  <petrivoges>very strange
08:16:26  <petrivoges>as i've been deploying for the past two to 3 weeks without an issue
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08:19:48  <julianduque>petrivoges: petrivoges account was created on Dec 12 / 2012, and petri.voges on March 09 2013
08:21:05  <petrivoges>i dont know what happened julian, petri.voges is the active one
08:21:12  <petrivoges>thanks
08:21:30  <petrivoges>will delete the inactive one
08:24:04  <julianduque>petrivoges: so, with petri.voges you will not have problems ;)
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12:40:25  <ragulka>Hi, what specs does a drone have? How much CPU power/cores, RAM, disk space?
12:40:54  <ragulka>Also, if I have one web app and one background worker, will that take 2 drones?
12:41:01  <Sly>ragulka: that depends on what kind of account you decide to go with. Our sandbox and individual plans are limited to 256 MB of RAM, and 2 GB of disk space.
12:41:17  <ragulka>Copared to Heroku, is drone = dyno?
12:41:19  <Sly>ragulka: Our business plans can range from 256 MB of RAM to 1 GB of RAM.
12:41:22  <ragulka>How about business plans?
12:41:37  <Sly>A drone is one server, and one application.
12:41:44  <ragulka>Okay, good
12:42:14  <ragulka>One application per server then?
12:42:18  <Sly>Yup. :)
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12:43:49  <ragulka>Okay, thanks! One more question: Redis, MongoDB are included with business plan - are they hosted on nodejitsu then or are they external serbices like MongoHQ? Any limits, etc?
12:44:15  <Sly>Actually, we provide redis, mongo, and couch to all of our customers -- not just business users.
12:44:24  <Sly>And yes, they're all external services. We don't run them.
12:44:34  <Sly>MongoLab, MongoHQ, IrisCouch, IrisRedis, Redis2Go
12:45:25  <Sly>And you're signed up with their free tier plans when you provision them with the jitsu client.
12:45:31  <ragulka>Aha okay. So if i want to run 1 app and 1 worker on my own SSL, I need at least the Micro Business Plan, right?
12:45:34  <Sly>So, I think Mongo would be like.. 512 MB of storage?
12:45:51  <Sly>Yeah, you would need a business plan for SSL on a custom domain.
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13:25:31  <ragulka>Are the database (MongoLab for example) URLs available in ENV variabes?
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13:31:26  <mmalecki>ragulka: if I remember correctly, yes
13:31:56  <ragulka>Do you know how I can find out about them?
13:34:09  <mmalecki>ragulka: dump process.env in the logs or over http maybe? I'm looking at the code and they seem to be added to the environment
13:34:27  <ragulka>found it: jitsu env list
13:35:02  <ragulka>But it doesnt look like database url are in env variables
13:35:09  <ragulka>I can add them myself, ofcourse
13:35:11  <mmalecki>they seem to be added dynamically
13:35:16  <mmalecki>I'm testing it right now
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13:38:44  <mmalecki>ragulka: hmm, indeed doesn't seem to be there. I'll try fixing it. for now you can just set them manually
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14:04:45  <ragulka>I'm having trouble with getting my app to start. There are no errors in the log (at least not after I fixed the initial redis connection issue). Can you help me? I can email logs and jitsu output
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14:31:11  <jmags>morning, nconf question: I have nconf variable in my server.js, what's the best way to pass that deeper into routes and models? appears instantiating again (var conf = require('nconf')) within a model doesn't use the same store.
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14:35:53  <Sly>jmags: that kinda depends on how you're wanting to do it.
14:36:32  <Sly>Are you already passing the conf variable through to routes and models?
14:36:38  <Sly>Or are you just initiating new ones in everything?
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14:45:21  <jmags>@sly trying to figure out what's best :) I have routes and models, and now I have to get the nconf var into them (eg. db connection info etc).
14:46:48  <Sly>Well, whatever you do it will have to come from the original module. Are you adding your routes in there, and just have the functions in other files?
14:47:13  <Sly>If so, you could do something like.. `require('./routes/thefile.js').bind(conf)` and then `this` would be the conf in the routes.
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14:47:49  <Sly>But the files would have to be `module.exports = function(req, res) { /* your route stuff */ }` and that's it.
14:48:22  <Sly>However.. if you're using Express or something of that nature.. you may not want to use `.bind` because it can overwrite `this.response` or whatever it is that Express uses.
14:50:00  <jmags>I am using Express
14:51:09  <Sly>Ah. Yeah, that kinda throws `.bind` out the window. Cause Express binds `this` to itself.
14:51:27  <Sly>It'd just rebind it over your bind.
14:53:10  <jmags>hm, ok. any standard pattern for passing a few variables around (like db and conf)?
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14:53:54  <jmags>or will it always be var User = module.exports = function(conf, db)
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14:53:56  <Sly>jmags: like I said, it kinda depends on how you're doing it. Is your code in a repository anywhere, so that I could look at it?
14:54:50  <jmags>thanks, this is early days so I'm looking more for how I *should* do it. In the nconf examples, there's no usage where multiple files use the conf variable.
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14:56:07  <jmags>I've googled around and come up blank.
14:56:34  <Sly>Ah, I see.
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15:02:14  <Sly>One minute
15:02:50  <jmags>Thx
15:04:49  <Sly>jmags: https://gist.github.com/Southern/ad1bc1eb2742305e9dd7 should work
15:05:01  <Sly>You just won't have Express in `this` in the route.
15:05:12  <Sly>Trying to think of how else it could be done..
15:06:08  <Sly>Actually.. I wonder if Express would carry it over under `this`..
15:06:40  <Sly>Might could just do `var express = require('express'), app = express(); app.conf = nconf;` and then use `this.conf` in the routes.
15:07:06  <Sly>Not that familiar with Express, so not sure what all it passes through its routes.
15:08:08  <jmags>Awesome, thanks for the quick demo @Sly. I'll test the Express passing. I think you can also do something like app.set("conf", conf), and then access it through a getter
15:08:24  <Sly>jmags: that could work too.
15:08:59  <jmags>ok I'm going to go poke at it, thanks for your time. biab.
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15:10:12  <Sly>np
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15:22:15  <praveen__>Hi, can anyone here help me with an iris couch connection?
15:23:23  <praveen__>Anyone here?
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15:26:54  <praveen8692>Hello, anyone available for support?
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15:32:28  <mmalecki>praveen8692: hi, what's up?
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15:39:19  <praveen8692>I am unable to upgrade my Iris couch connection to a direct connection.
15:39:40  <praveen8692>It is connected but not as a direct connection.
15:40:30  <mmalecki>praveen8692: what do you mean?
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15:40:43  <mmalecki>all iriscouch databases go through a proxy
15:41:23  <praveen8692>Actually, it's a redis database hosted on Iris.
15:41:40  <mmalecki>they go through a proxy too
15:41:40  <praveen8692>The one created from the databses tab.
15:41:49  <mmalecki>is that a problem?
15:42:02  <praveen8692>Yes, the latency is quite high.
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15:42:57  <mmalecki>praveen8692: are you testing that on nodejitsu?
15:43:13  <mmalecki>they are hosted in the same DC, so latency should be quite low
15:43:15  <praveen8692>Yes.
15:43:39  <mmalecki>what's the latency you are seeing?
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15:44:25  <praveen8692>I'm seeing close to 900 ms for the database request. Before, it used to be around 290 or so.
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15:45:12  <mmalecki>interesting. your app is in joyent us-east-1?
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15:45:36  <praveen8692>How do I check where it is?
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15:46:29  <mmalecki>are you on individual plan :) ?
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15:47:12  <praveen8692>I'm on the initial developer sandbox. I will be upgrading to the individual plan soon. (within the next 2 days)
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15:47:47  <mmalecki>yeah, so you are in joyent us-east-1
15:48:02  <mmalecki>I'll reach out to JasonSmith to get to know what's causing the latency
15:48:17  <praveen8692>Alright, thanks.
15:48:29  <mmalecki>praveen8692: what's your username and application name?
15:48:48  <praveen8692>My username is praveen8692 and application name is WordGrid
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15:52:09  <mmalecki>praveen8692: thank you. sending email right now, I'll reach out to you when I know more
15:52:37  <praveen8692>Sure. How will you reach me? By my e-mail?
15:52:57  <mmalecki>praveen8692: yeah :)
15:53:13  <praveen8692>Okay, thanks :)
15:53:54  <mmalecki>pleasure
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16:16:28  <lpin>mmalecki to reduce latency introduced by the proxy iris-redis provides a convenient method to upgrade to a direct connection
16:16:29  <lpin>https://github.com/iriscouch/iris-redis#upgrading-to-a-direct-connection
16:16:50  <lpin>the problem is that the ip picked by that method is a local ip
16:17:11  <lpin>which is not accessible from nodejitsu
16:17:51  <lpin>JasonSmith told me this is because you are on two different account on joyent
16:18:49  <lpin>using 165.225.128.188 when upgrading to a direct connection is fine
16:20:12  <lpin>s/is fine/solve the issue
16:20:18  <mmalecki>lpin: yeah, our VLANs are different
16:21:37  <lpin>but praveen8692 is gone :>
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16:26:13  <mmalecki>lpin: right, I'll email him
16:26:30  <mmalecki>lpin: that IP isn't direct btw
16:26:37  <mmalecki>it's the proxy IP I think
16:27:45  <lpin>ah ok, so it's the same as using normal connection
16:28:11  <mmalecki>apparently
16:28:22  <mmalecki>I'm wondering if we could get migrated to the same VLAN
16:28:52  <lpin>anyway that was the ip under _config:ip KEY before it was changed to a local ip
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16:29:41  <lpin>if it was the proxy ip it was a fake direction connection ;)
16:29:51  <mmalecki>fg
16:30:53  <mmalecki>ENOTSHELL
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17:06:55  <ragulka>Hi, question about the Business plan again - I couldn't find info if different RAM sizes affect the pricing? If I need a 512MB RAM drone, does it still cost 48$/month?
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17:08:13  <yawnt>ragulka: drones are calculated based on ram usage
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17:08:40  <yawnt>so a 512MB drone will not cost as much as 256MB drone
17:08:59  <yawnt>ragulka: https://www.nodejitsu.com/paas/pricing/ check the bottom of the page (where the explanation number 2 is)
17:10:12  <mmalecki>ragulka: hey, I seem to have missed your previous question about starting the app, is this still a problem?
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17:11:12  <ragulka>mmaalecki: no, i contacted via email and i was told my app consumes too much memory, so i'm trying to figure out how much the 512MB plan would cost
17:11:41  <ragulka>yawnt: im not sure i understand - is only the Large business plan with 512MB memory?
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17:15:09  <ragulka>Is 1 month (approximately 720 hours), with 1 drone and 512MB RAM then: 1*720*(512/256)*0.033 = 47.52$?
17:17:25  <yawnt>ragulka: no but if you have for example
17:17:34  <yawnt>3 drones
17:17:37  <yawnt>those are 256 MB drones
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17:18:08  <yawnt>so if you choose to run a 512 mb, it'll count as 2
17:19:08  <ragulka>And I can do that on any of the Business plans?
17:20:04  <yawnt>yes, i believe so
17:20:42  <ragulka>But if that's the way it works, my calculation should be correct, no? On the Large plan, I can choose the amount of drones? And if I choose 1 drone with 512MB it would be the same as choosing 2 drones with 256MB RAM?
17:21:46  <yawnt>ragulka: 1 drone with 512 of ram is equal to two drones with 256
17:21:51  <Sly>ragulka: the $48 is a flat rate. Think of it this way.. on the months where there are 31 days, you would be paying $49.10 if it weren't a flat rate of $48.
17:22:01  <Sly>Then on months when it's 30 days, it would be $47.52.
17:22:17  <yawnt>ragulka: but take note that also the large plan has an initial fee of $ 240
17:22:35  <Sly>You're pretty much paying the same thing throughout the year, but it's just not bouncing up and down like that.
17:23:04  <ragulka>yawnt: the initial fee is like a.. setup fee or is it a credit that I can use to pay for the drone hours?
17:23:24  <yawnt>credit
17:23:55  <yawnt>:)
17:24:38  <ragulka>ok, got it thanks. Perhaps it would be a good idea to somehow explain it on the website, make it a bit clearer. Because I sure did not understand :P
17:24:42  <ragulka>:)
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18:29:08  <gerd_>Hi, I am experiencing continued deployment problems. Though 'jitsu deploy' / 'jitsu snapshots activate' report that the app was started successfully, it did not actually start. What can be done?
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18:30:35  <yawnt>gerd_: hey, are you using continuos integration via github?
18:30:52  <gerd_>@yawmt nope
18:32:32  <yawnt>gerd_: can i see the full output of jitsu --debug?
18:32:35  <yawnt>you can paste it here
18:32:42  <yawnt>http://gist.github.com
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18:38:27  <kfrancoi>Hi everyone!
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18:39:56  <kfrancoi>I have a question : What is the best way to host a somewhat large quantity of static file on my node.js web app ? (the static content is progressively uploaded by my users)
18:39:59  <kfrancoi>Thanks a lot
18:41:16  <blakmatrix>kfrancoi: absolute best place is to host it at a CDN
18:41:50  <blakmatrix>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Content_delivery_network
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18:42:49  <kfrancoi>Such as Amazon S3 ? Or do you have a better advice ?
18:42:50  <blakmatrix>kfrancoi: there is a nice list of some free and not so free ones in the wiki article
18:43:07  <kfrancoi>Thanks for the link by the way
18:43:15  <blakmatrix>kfrancoi: S3 is ok but its more for storage rather than delivery
18:43:50  <blakmatrix>along the same lines as S3 is dropbox
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18:44:29  <blakmatrix>kfrancoi: we use rackspace cloudfiles ourselves for users snapshots
18:45:45  <kfrancoi>Great.. I'll do some price study to check what is the best deal. (essentially for a small web app at the begining)
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19:01:16  <ArxPoetica>Auth error: ERR invalid password <— this sounds ominous
19:01:27  <ArxPoetica>JasonSmith it's not letting me auth on REDIS
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19:04:25  <blakmatrix>JasonSmith: ping ^
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20:00:51  <rphl84>Hello. My application allows you to upload images. Where should I store them? Which service should I use?
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20:02:02  <jcrugzz>rph184: rackspace cloudfiles and amazon s3 are decent options.
20:02:15  <jcrugzz>not sure of any others currently
20:04:42  <rphl84>jcrugzz: Amazon S3 vs. Cloudfront – Which to Use? application only shows a gallery of images.
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20:05:00  <ArxPoetica>S3 isn't true cloud
20:05:05  <ArxPoetica>but probably cheaper
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20:06:44  <jcrugzz>rph184: it seems that cloudfront is the beastier CDN layer that can use s3 object storage
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20:09:32  <rphl84>well. understood. thanks for showing the way jcrugzz
20:10:04  <rphl84>tks ArxPoetica
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20:10:45  <ArxPoetica>yup what jcrugzz said
20:10:52  <ArxPoetica>leverages it
20:11:01  <ArxPoetica>leverages s3
20:11:02  <jcrugzz>np :)
20:11:17  <ArxPoetica>so setting up in s3 is a good thing if you intend to use cloudfront at some point
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20:13:06  <rphl84>agree
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21:54:24  <Nodejitsu-Github>[godot] jcrugzz opened pull request #43: [fix] have map reactor handle an error event if it is async and errors (master...map-handle-error) http://git.io/ZzvY1A
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23:33:26  <st_luke>indexzero: in the past I thought your criticism of GA was a bit harsh
23:33:34  <st_luke>indexzero: but now I think you were not being harsh enough
23:33:45  <indexzero>heh
23:34:04  <st_luke>there's a live band playing
23:34:12  <st_luke>and it's quite loud
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23:35:33  <mercmobily>Hey guys, is there a way to get a node to *upgrade* to the latest versions of modules it depends on without re-deploy?
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23:39:32  <mercmobily>Guess not :D
23:41:47  <st_luke>mercmobily: i dont think there is
23:42:04  <st_luke>since you're changing an app's codebase if you think about it
23:49:14  <mmalecki>mercmobily: there's none
23:49:22  <mercmobily>No worries
23:49:26  <mercmobily>:D
23:49:43  <mmalecki>since, as st_luke said, it's changing the code of your app :)
23:50:03  <mercmobily>Do you actually *copy* the tree of each module into a subdir to make things work? Or just use symlinks? Our of curiosity...
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23:57:18  <mmalecki>mercmobily: we just wexecute `npm install` and create a tarball with all the modules
23:57:32  <mercmobily>Ah OK!
23:57:50  <mercmobily>Hang on... you do that on the *local* machine?
23:57:57  <mercmobily>And then send a big fat tgz over?
23:58:11  <mmalecki>nope, our build server does that
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23:58:39  <mmalecki>when master API receives the tarball, it is then built by the build server and send to the actual server which will run it