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00:05:32  <mercmobily>Ahhhhhhhh OK
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00:11:20  <mmalecki>mercmobily: jitsu apps stop and jitsu apps start
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00:12:50  <mercmobily>not possible from web interface?
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00:17:06  <mmalecki>mercmobily: it is, those buttons are there too
00:17:51  <mercmobily>AH! Right there at the top! I am blind!!!
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02:23:17  <mercmobily>Is anybody around to check if my application as an open source developer has been accepted?
02:23:37  <mercmobily>username: mercmobily
02:24:05  <mercmobily>I sent an email, I am writing hotplate and installing it using jitsu is just soooooooooo simple, I want to make it the default method of deploy!
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03:54:08  <mercmobily>Uh... maybe my message didn't get there!
03:54:09  <mercmobily>I sent an email, I am writing hotplate and installing it using jitsu is just soooooooooo simple, I want to make it the default method of deploy!
03:54:27  <mercmobily>Actually it's Fri night in the US... maybe it's best if I don't get an answer ahahah
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04:12:58  <cronopio>mercmobily: yes, open source request are managed by humans, so yo need to wait for it
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04:35:59  <bren>hi all. why is my website down?
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04:46:06  <bren>hello.. anybody working this channel?
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05:14:49  <bren>anybody here? website down 45 minutes and counting
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05:27:38  <bren>anybody here? website now down for an hour.
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05:59:04  <bren>any support available here?
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07:17:39  <Shaun_>Good morning
07:17:44  <Shaun_>Quick question
07:17:59  <Shaun_>I've just signed up and am deploying my first app
07:18:15  <Shaun_>I have a private module in my repro
07:18:36  <Shaun_>how do I reference it in my package.json file?
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07:28:09  <yawnt>Shaun_: hey
07:28:17  <yawnt>you can add it to your "bundledDependencies"
07:28:24  <yawnt>and it will be uploaded in your tarball
07:28:33  <yawnt>for example if i have my "privateModule" i would write
07:28:49  <yawnt>in "dependencies": { "privateModule": "x.x.x" } (where x.x.x is version)
07:28:51  <yawnt>and under
07:28:58  <yawnt>bundledDependencies: ["privateModule"]
07:28:59  <yawnt>:)
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07:35:18  <Shaun_>I've managed to get it sorted
07:35:26  <Shaun_>thank you for the prompt reponse.
07:35:38  <Shaun_>I think I love Nodejitsu, it could be true love.
07:35:58  <yawnt>well that's very good to hear!
07:36:10  <yawnt>if you have any questions, you know where to find us
07:36:54  <Shaun_>Many thanks!
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11:07:18  <Killroy>Hi
11:08:29  <Killroy>I'm currently testing an app ahead of commercial deployment and am curious what Nodejitsu can do. I've been running some load tests with loader.io, but get almost 100% error rates. Any ideas? What can I expect form Nodejitsu?
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11:10:13  <nathan7>Killroy: Oi
11:10:19  <nathan7>Killroy: 100% error rates?
11:10:29  <nathan7>Killroy: Do you have any details beyond that?
11:10:34  <Killroy>between 90% and 100%
11:10:45  <Killroy>When I hit the page during testing I get server error 500
11:10:52  <nathan7>Killroy: Anything more detailed?
11:10:53  <Killroy>this is scaling up toi 100 conenctions
11:11:33  <nathan7>Could you perhaps link me to the report?
11:11:34  <Killroy>Well, I'm more interested if I am hitting some limitations of the service. I am testing it on the cheapest $3/month tier.
11:11:43  <Killroy>Let me see
11:12:06  <Killroy>Just re-run the test hitting a static page and 0 errors. So likely my app is too slow?
11:12:19  <nathan7>Are you running 3 drones?
11:12:37  <nathan7>You're probably running your app on just one
11:12:42  <Killroy>http://ldr.io/13kRTm3
11:12:42  <nathan7>So scale up - jitsu setdrones 3
11:13:05  <Killroy>I am not familiar with how it should work. How would the apps share data?
11:13:14  <Killroy>They're not currently db backed and run straight out of memory
11:13:40  <nathan7>ah
11:13:49  <Killroy>Also, I'm new to node.js. So I'd rather optimize my app first and avoid stupid mistakes before I go multi-drone ;)
11:13:50  <nathan7>node apps are generally share-nothing
11:13:58  <nathan7>*shared
11:14:03  <nathan7>so you keep all your shared state in redis or something
11:14:12  <wolverian>Looks like http://psp.jit.su/cat doesn't work at all at the moment
11:14:22  <Killroy>yeah
11:14:30  <Killroy>the static files work. Let me restart the app
11:14:36  <nathan7>I think it's failing to allocate memory or something
11:14:39  <nathan7>and losing the connection
11:15:20  <Killroy>Hmm...
11:15:31  <Killroy>I don't think it should be using much dynamically allocated memory
11:15:38  <Killroy>whats the jitsu command to restart an app?
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11:16:09  <nathan7>jitsu restart
11:16:29  <Killroy>Hmm, still not working.. strange
11:16:49  <Killroy>Ah, but going to the root and clicking hte link worked
11:16:52  <Killroy>canb you see teh page now?
11:17:14  <nathan7>hrm
11:17:39  <Killroy>Works fine for me now
11:17:49  <Killroy>I'd liek to add some memory profiling if that's possible...
11:18:10  <Killroy>I'm planning to move everything to MongoDB later, but I want to learn the basics first
11:18:19  <nathan7>There's NodeFly
11:18:29  <Killroy>This is a re-write of a VERY old site (14 years old)
11:19:02  <Killroy>Ok, will cehck that out. But a node.js appshould require a lot of additional memory for sub-sequent requests?!
11:19:12  <nathan7>?
11:19:24  <nathan7>You shouldn't need a lot of memory at all
11:19:56  <nathan7>okay
11:19:59  <nathan7>I just restarted your app
11:20:09  <nathan7>/cat is throwing an exception or something and crashing it
11:20:43  <Killroy>Hmm, it comes up fine though
11:20:44  <Killroy>one sec
11:21:04  <nathan7>It ECONNRESETs for me every time
11:21:14  <Killroy>No exception running it locally
11:21:22  <nathan7>a moment
11:21:24  <Killroy>Strange...
11:21:34  <Killroy>what about the root page / ?
11:21:50  <nathan7>That's fine here
11:21:53  <Killroy>It's doing the samy dustJs parsing and gzipping
11:22:01  <nathan7>Ah
11:22:11  <nathan7>[03/23 12:20:52 GMT+0100] /opt/haibu/apps/killroy/PlanetSoftPages/package/server.js:277
11:22:15  <nathan7>[03/23 12:20:52 GMT+0100] if(r[2] !== undefined && r[2].length > 0) {
11:22:17  <nathan7>[03/23 12:20:52 GMT+0100] ^
11:22:20  <nathan7>[03/23 12:20:52 GMT+0100] TypeError: Cannot read property '2' of null
11:22:22  <nathan7>Tahdah.
11:22:31  <Killroy>Strange, don't see that error running localy
11:22:39  <Killroy>And yes, I ahve added very little error checking yet ;)
11:22:52  <Killroy>Is this jkust opening /cat/
11:22:56  <Killroy>Or are you trying /cat ?
11:23:06  <Killroy>I'm not handling invalidURLs yet
11:23:20  <nathan7>My browser probably eats the trailing slash
11:23:24  <nathan7>ah
11:23:32  <nathan7>Yep.
11:23:36  <nathan7>Missing trailing / crashes it
11:23:46  <Killroy>Yeah,that's known
11:23:49  <Killroy>no problem
11:24:11  <Killroy>duh... loader.io didn't have teh trailing slash
11:24:14  <Killroy>one sec... grr
11:24:24  <Killroy>It's teh simple things usually :(
11:25:11  <Killroy>Ah-ha!
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11:25:21  <Killroy>BTW, are you a Nodejitsu employee?
11:26:16  <nathan7>Yar.
11:26:36  <nathan7>Note the little + next to my name
11:29:39  <Killroy>Ah, cool. Thanks for the help :)
11:29:54  <Killroy>BTW, are there performance differences betweehn the individual and commercial packages?
11:30:41  <Killroy>Last test 64%. But it seems that after a certain load the start timing out
11:30:48  <Killroy>64% error rate, taht is
11:30:56  <Killroy>So mostly a performance issue on my app side
11:31:56  <nathan7>Killroy: You can have drones with more memory on business plans
11:32:00  <nathan7>Killroy: and SSL on custom domains
11:32:08  <Killroy>I c
11:32:13  <nathan7>Killroy: (we offer free SSL on *.jit.su / *.nodejitsu.com)
11:37:06  <nathan7>Killroy: anyway, if things mess up - jitsu logs
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11:38:03  <Killroy>cool. thanks :) Still getting used to the environment!
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11:38:58  <mmalecki>how are you liking it, Killroy :) ?
11:43:03  <Killroy>Pretty awesome.. was looking for server-side Js platforms 4 years ago... then I turned around and four years had passed and here they are :D (I'm oldish)
11:43:44  <Killroy>I gotta run. Thanks for helping me out. I'm gonna optimize teh app andperf test some more. I hope there aren't issues with load testing 100-200 connections on my drone!
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11:59:20  <nathan7>Server-side JS has existed since the 90s
11:59:31  <nathan7>It hasn't kicked ass until Node appeared, though
12:03:00  <mmalecki>yeah, it was mostly ignored until node appeared
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12:09:09  <nathan7>mmalecki: tbh I'd have told the dude that it's outside the scoep of node-http-proxy
12:09:18  <nathan7>also wtf
12:09:19  <nathan7>https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy/issues/390
12:12:38  <nathan7>I want boneless fish
12:14:05  <nathan7>like we have seedless grapes
12:19:23  <mmalecki>nathan7: let me respond to that :)
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12:23:30  <nathan7>oh hey, I was unaware of util.puts
12:23:39  <nathan7>I tend to do process.stdout.write()
12:23:52  <mmalecki>why not console.log :) ?
12:23:56  <mmalecki>I never use util.puts
12:24:47  <nathan7>mmalecki: console.log does + '\n'
12:24:53  <nathan7>mmalecki: sometimes I don't want that
12:25:06  <mmalecki>right :)
12:25:50  <mmalecki>I don't like the fact that process.std{out,err} is sync
12:26:06  <nathan7>o:
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12:28:02  <pjnovas>hello!
12:28:06  <pjnovas>quick question
12:28:38  <pjnovas>does nodejitsu charges me if I stop all drones for some month?
12:28:41  <nathan7>QUICK ANSWER
12:28:48  <pjnovas>haha :)
12:28:48  <nathan7>No, not if you still have a subscription going
12:28:59  <nathan7>You can stop them and stop your subscription
12:29:12  <nathan7>and they'll still be there
12:29:24  <nathan7>And as soon as you set up a subscription again you can start them again
12:29:42  <pjnovas>so I should stop the suscrption without deleting the account, right?
12:29:45  <nathan7>Yep
12:30:11  <pjnovas>awesome! that was what I wanted to heard, thanks!
12:30:38  <nathan7>[=
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13:14:33  <zoki_>i just deployed my node app to nodejitsu, but it doesn work. my page return this: Welcome to socket.io.
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13:18:47  <bren>indexzero, are you the ceo?
13:26:58  <nathan7>Yar, he is
13:27:10  <nathan7>zoki_: username / appname?
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13:28:43  <zoki_>app: zoranf-heroku
13:28:47  <zoki_>username: zoranf
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13:36:27  <mmalecki>bren: he is :)
13:37:58  <bren>can you ask him to check his email?
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13:38:47  <mmalecki>bren: sure. he tends to be kinda busy tho. is there any way I could help you?
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13:38:55  <bren>i want it escalated to him. i'm furious.
13:39:09  <mmalecki>sure. is this the snapshots issue?
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13:39:18  <bren>not sure.
13:39:22  <bren>don't think so.
13:39:36  <mmalecki>okay, did you send an email to support? can you describe your issue?
13:39:46  <bren>i've done it all 8 hours ago.
13:39:50  <bren>please have him read his mail.
13:39:54  <mmalecki>sure :)
13:40:13  <bren>thanks
13:40:51  <zoki_>var io = require("socket.io").listen(8080); is this the corret way?
13:41:07  <mmalecki>zoki_: yeah, but this way only socket.io is used
13:41:15  <mmalecki>zoki_: so no express or anything
13:41:24  <mmalecki>zoki_: what are you trying to do?
13:41:34  <zoki_>ok, it's ok, i only need socket.io
13:42:01  <mmalecki>so the 'Welcome to socket.io' is expected, what were you expecting to see?
13:42:48  <zoki_>some input i puted in the index.html file
13:43:24  <mmalecki>zoki_: so you need some static file serving like express
13:43:42  <zoki_>but on my local machine it works just fine
13:44:36  <mmalecki>zoki_: can you show me your code?
13:44:56  <zoki_>sure, how do i do that?
13:45:06  <mmalecki>http://gist.github.com :)
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13:47:16  <zoki_>https://gist.github.com/zoranf/5227787
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13:50:38  <mmalecki>zoki_: okay, you're going to need to use express here
13:50:43  <mmalecki>let me find an example for you
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13:51:52  <nathan7>bren: breville/BrendanLand is up now.
13:53:34  <mmalecki>zoki_: check out http://socket.io/#how-to-use, the Using with the Express 3 part
13:54:18  <zoki_>k, thx
13:56:01  <zoki_>why is it important to send static content?
13:56:08  <zoki_>i'm why can't I just use socket.io?
13:56:12  <zoki_>i mean*
13:56:43  <wolverian>zoki_: Didn't you want to see index.html? That's static content.
13:58:23  <zoki_>yeah i did, but how come it works on my machine and not when i deploy it on nodejitsu
13:58:30  <nathan7>bren: If you have a business-critical app that requires priority support: A business plan comes with wake-us-at-3AM priority support
13:58:42  <bren>nathan7, why did it take 9 hours to get this fixed?
13:58:58  <nathan7>bren: I had to figure out what app name from IRC logs
13:59:07  <bren>secondly, if there's no monitoring, how do I know to wake you guys up at 3am?
13:59:30  <nathan7>You can set up external monitoring if you wish
13:59:51  <bren>this is unbeliavable.
14:00:08  <bren>have you root caused the bug? i had the same bug three days ago and was promised i'd be emailed a root cause. i've heard nothing.
14:00:32  <mmalecki>zoki_: it's rather unlikely that it came up locally - socket.io has no static file serving, maybe you were running a different file server too
14:00:36  <bren>nathan7, why didn't you just email me back and ask for the app name?
14:02:49  <bren>and you're saying i've got ot pay $35k/year just to have my website stay up?
14:03:50  <bren>oh, i found your other pricing page.
14:05:47  <bren>it doesn't mention wake-at-3am.
14:06:01  <nathan7>"priority support"
14:06:22  <bren>that could mean anything, to be honest.
14:06:43  <bren>anyway, it really took 9 hours to look up irc logs?
14:06:50  <bren>and has this been root caused per the promise last week?
14:06:53  <nathan7>I was not awake.
14:07:11  * drewwwjoined
14:07:27  <bren>don't you guys have 24/7 support?
14:08:32  <nathan7>I'm afraid we can't offer 24/7 support for $7 a month, no.
14:09:06  <bren>you should probably call that out on your sign up page.
14:09:13  <nathan7>Our support staff is here the majority of the time
14:09:20  <nathan7>and often even outside their shifts
14:10:13  <bren>which is great.. but really doesn't make sense for a 24/7 business like web hosting.
14:10:45  <nathan7>We offer business plans for business-critical apps. We offer individual plans for people who want to cheaply host non-critical apps.
14:11:08  <bren>i guess 9 hours downtime is considered non-critical these days.
14:11:20  <bren>anyway, do we have a root cause?
14:11:32  <bren>second time i've seen this in 3 days.
14:11:56  <nathan7>bren: I did a jitsu start
14:12:02  <nathan7>bren: Your app came to life.
14:12:18  <bren>yup, but root cause?
14:12:23  <nathan7>The most probable cause is app crash-looping.
14:12:24  <mmalecki>bren: caching inconsistencies in our load balancing and routing layer, it seems
14:12:31  <mmalecki>or application crash-looping
14:12:39  <bren>the logs also showed it started 9 hours ago, but obviously something went wrong.
14:12:51  <bren>no crash-looping in logs.
14:12:54  <bren>nor were there last time.
14:13:50  <bren>is there a github issue i can follow?
14:14:02  <mmalecki>there is an internal one
14:14:20  <bren>that's something.
14:14:25  <bren>look, i know you guys are working super hard.
14:14:34  <mmalecki>this is happening really rarely at this point, but we are deploying changes to our production architecture which will make it not appear ever again.
14:14:45  <bren>but this has been incredibly frustrating. if all goes well, cheap account is audition for expensive account, and my confidence is pretty shake in this whole platform right now.
14:15:21  <bren>i've lost count of the hours i've spent in irc the last 2.5 weeks troubleshooting issues.
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14:20:10  <zoki_>great, now i can't deploy it anymore
14:20:42  <mmalecki>zoki_: jitsu output please :). I think there might be a change in the code you might need to make
14:22:18  <zoki_>http://i45.tinypic.com/2rlymnd.jpg
14:22:20  <zoki_>:)
14:23:31  <mmalecki>zoki_: oh, interesting one. I presume it worked previously with those credentials? can you retry while I check what the hell happened here?
14:23:49  <zoki_>yes it worked
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14:24:13  <zoki_>i'll wait
14:24:26  <mmalecki>zoki_: please try deploying now :)
14:24:44  <mmalecki>zoki_: what's your username?
14:25:36  <zoki_>zoranf
14:26:37  <zoki_>again, sme error
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14:26:41  <zoki_>same*
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14:28:30  <Ari>Hi
14:28:52  <albertd_>hi, we're facing issues on the eu-ams1, is this known?
14:29:03  <nathan7>Ahoy
14:29:05  <Ari>how do I have jitsu use my gitignore and not my npmignore?
14:29:30  <nathan7>Err, npmignore is given precedence over gitignore
14:29:42  <Sly>albertd_: what kind of problems?
14:30:03  <albertd_>Sly: check the logs on metrological / mas
14:30:16  <Sly>Will do.
14:30:22  <Ari>there is no way to use gitignore and not npm ignore
14:30:30  <Sly>Ari: remove .npmignore
14:30:59  <mmalecki>zoki_: can you do `jitsu apps list`? if your password is correct, it should work
14:31:08  <Ari>Reason: I added my ssl certs to npmignore, but need them for nodejitsu
14:31:37  <mmalecki>Ari: you can use .jitsuignore then
14:31:39  <Sly>albertd_: what exactly is this doing? Looks like it's your application is having requests to time out.
14:31:46  <bren>oh, one more question. if sessions are sticky to drones, how do i do monitoring that covers all my drones?
14:31:56  <Ari>they added that feature?
14:32:04  <mmalecki>Ari: I did, yeah :)
14:32:08  <albertd_>Sly: it's very slow and we don't have an idea why..
14:32:15  <Ari>ok thanks
14:33:01  <zoki_>it worked apps list
14:34:08  <nathan7>bren: Well, you can have drones report back
14:34:15  <mmalecki>bren: we'll be introducing monitoring fairly soon, from our internal network too
14:34:19  * defunctzombie_zzchanged nick to defunctzombie
14:34:39  <mmalecki>they don't have public IPs because we'd run out of joyent's public IP block :)
14:34:58  <Sly>albertd_: it looks like your application is crash looping.
14:35:26  <zoki_>mmalecki: deploy works now
14:35:45  <bren>april 3, right?
14:35:56  <mmalecki>bren: april 2nd, iirc
14:36:02  <mmalecki>bren: but something around this, yeah
14:36:14  <albertd_>Sly: any idea why?
14:36:22  <zoki_>but no page return me not found
14:36:27  <zoki_>now*
14:36:37  <Sly>albertd_: I'm about to jump on the drone in just a second and see what's going on.
14:36:59  <mmalecki>zoki_: can you show me the code now? also, what's your subdomain?
14:37:14  <zoki_>http://zoranf-heroku.nodejitsu.com/
14:38:26  <Ari>.jitsuignore does not work
14:39:13  <zoki_>https://gist.github.com/zoranf/5227937
14:39:21  <Sly>albertd_: I'm not sure exactly what's causing it, but it's something in your application. You didn't deploy with localhost in your database field or something like that, did you?
14:39:21  <mmalecki>Ari: actually, wait a second, what SSL certs? for https server?
14:39:37  <Sly>albertd_: All I'm seeing on the drone is the same thing you're seeing in your logs.
14:40:02  <Ari>yep
14:40:07  <mmalecki>zoki_: rename index.php to index.html :)
14:40:24  <mmalecki>zoki_: also, let's make this easier for you
14:40:29  <albertd_>Sly: no, would a restart help?
14:40:49  <Sly>albertd_: not sure. Looking into your main start right now to see what's making connections.
14:40:52  <mmalecki>zoki_: move all your public files (index.html, client.js) to a `public` directory
14:41:20  <zoki_>how do i do that? on nodejitsu?
14:41:25  <zoki_>:)
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14:41:28  <mmalecki>zoki_: simply do that locally
14:41:37  <mmalecki>just put them into a new directory in your app
14:41:41  <mmalecki>which you call public
14:41:41  <Ari>@mmalecki: yes I need the ssl certs for an https server
14:41:43  <zoki_>ok
14:42:06  <mmalecki>Ari: hmm, SSL certs are handled by our load balancer tho, that won't work on nodejitsu
14:42:16  <zoki_>ok, i moved them to public
14:42:26  <Sly>albertd_: it could be where you're sending http.get requests to the CDN thing..
14:42:35  <Ari>why could I not create a https server on port 443?
14:43:00  <Sly>albertd_: or it could be where you're connecting to your database.
14:43:04  <Ari>?
14:43:18  <Sly>Ari: we handle HTTPS at our load balancers. By the time it reaches your app, it's HTTP again.
14:43:24  <Ari>ok
14:43:28  <albertd_>Sly: i'll check the CDN.
14:43:31  <Ari>thanks
14:43:51  <Ari>by the way,
14:44:03  <Sly>Ari: you'll have headers such as 'X-Forwarded-For', 'X-Forwarded-Proto', etc
14:44:06  <Ari>when jitsu gets an error, it does not exit
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14:44:12  <Ari>ok thanks
14:44:29  <Sly>What do you mean it doesn't exit?
14:44:35  <Sly>It's just hanging at the end of the program?
14:44:39  <mmalecki>zoki_: then make your server.js look like this: https://gist.github.com/mmalecki/336658b1479c8b187673
14:44:59  <mmalecki>Ari: is it node v0.10.0? I'm still trying to find the cause of this :)
14:45:03  <Sly>^
14:45:06  <Sly>Was just about to mention that.
14:45:10  <mmalecki>zoki_: it'll serve all files from the public directory :)
14:45:19  <mmalecki>so you can put whatever you want in there
14:45:47  <Sly>albertd_: all I can tell you for sure is that it's something in your app. Haibu starts it properly, and then it stays up for about 20 seconds before finally dying and restarting again.
14:46:42  <mmalecki>albertd_: do you have uncaughtException handlers or anything?
14:46:59  <mmalecki>I can try tracking down v8 exceptions there, if there's a probe for this in dtrace
14:47:07  <zoki_>ok, nice thx :) let me just deploy it now :)
14:47:12  <mmalecki>Sly: PM me the ip of the drone please and I'll look
14:47:58  <Ari>@Sly: Yes, its just hanging
14:48:09  <Ari>let me check
14:48:11  <Sly>Ari: yeah, that's a known bug with Node 0.10.0 because of Streams2.
14:48:29  <Sly>It actually started at version 0.9.5, so anything above that will have that problem.
14:48:29  <Ari>yep its v0.10.0
14:48:47  <Ari>oh
14:48:58  <Ari>does node 0.10.1
14:49:06  <Ari>have that problem
14:49:08  <Ari>?
14:49:13  <Sly>Yeah. Same problem.
14:49:19  <Sly>It's all related to Streams2 being released in 0.9.5.
14:49:37  <Sly>It's screwed with a lot of people's code.
14:50:12  <Ari>boo
14:50:32  <Ari>so go back to 0.9.4?
14:51:03  <Sly>Ari: that would solve it temporarily.
14:51:12  * eschnoujoined
14:51:31  <zoki_>one question, my node server must b running on my macinhine ?
14:51:53  <nathan7>?
14:52:20  <zoki_>well I deployed my app and it doesn't work
14:52:33  <zoki_>like server.js isn't running
14:52:35  <booyaa>hey dude, some really weird caching on nodejitsu
14:52:43  <booyaa>it doesn't happen locally can someone help?
14:52:59  <Sly>booyaa: what's up?
14:53:01  <mmalecki>zoki_: it doesn't, I'm looking at your app now
14:53:36  <mmalecki>zoki_: ah, I see the problem
14:53:48  <mmalecki>zoki_: you are using 127.0.0.1 in your app :)
14:54:02  <zoki_>aah, what should i set there?
14:54:07  <Ari>switched back t0 v0.8.22
14:54:10  <booyaa>Sly: i run the code locally (i've set the cacheness freshness level to 2 minute)
14:54:26  <mmalecki>zoki_: replace src="http://127.0.0.1:8080/socket.io/socket.io.js" with src="/socket.io/socket.io.js"
14:54:45  <mmalecki>zoki_: and io.connect('http://127.0.0.1:8080'); with io.connect();
14:54:50  <booyaa>i make a change locally and it works, i run it on nodejitsu it says it's changing the content but it doesn't
14:55:00  <booyaa>using express and ejs templating
14:55:01  * andreypoppjoined
14:55:20  <booyaa>Sly: http://poisonpentametron.nodejitsu.com/edition/
14:55:29  <Sly>booyaa: have you tried setting NODE_ENV="production" when running it to see if it's something with the way the NODE_ENV is setup?
14:55:39  <booyaa>ah yeah okay will do
14:57:08  <Ari>what does jitsu host do?
14:57:35  <Sly>Ari: ?
14:57:45  <Sly>Ari: I'm not aware of `jitsu host` existing?
14:58:01  <mmalecki>Sly: it's jitsu config set remoteHost
14:58:14  <Sly>Ah, it's aliased now?
14:58:21  <mmalecki>(I think, it seems sane)
14:58:44  <Sly>Lemme check while I have the code open
14:58:59  <Sly>Nope. It's not aliased.
14:59:08  <zoki_>hum no browser console returns this: GET http://127.0.0.1:8080/socket.io/1/?t=1364050626776
14:59:08  <Sly>Ari: where did you see `jitsu host` at?
14:59:16  <mmalecki>Sly: in the topic
14:59:19  <Sly>Oh.
14:59:28  <zoki_>and i changed it
14:59:32  <mmalecki>you can probably remove this part from there at all
14:59:49  * Slytopic: Nodejitsu | Cloud Status https://status.jit.su | Submit suggestions to http://nodejitsu.uservoice.com
14:59:57  <booyaa>Sly: damn it's happening locally now
15:00:04  <booyaa>thanks for the test though
15:00:07  <Sly>booyaa: yeah, I kinda figured that was it.
15:00:11  <mmalecki>zoki_: this looks like cache issue to me, I see it the right URL when I query your app
15:00:24  <zoki_>and no errors?
15:00:26  <mmalecki>zoki_: clear your cache and refresh your page
15:00:28  <mmalecki>yeah
15:00:30  <booyaa>gonna try changing one thing then i got probs
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15:00:56  <mmalecki>chrome has those fucks up, if you're using that
15:01:11  <Sly>^
15:01:20  <Sly>Chrome's cache is aggressive like whoa.
15:01:32  <Sly>I keep mine disabled in the developer panel, but it still caches sometimes.
15:01:43  <mmalecki>yeah, I thought I had no access to nodejitsu private repos yesterday
15:01:53  <mmalecki>turns out it was cached from incognito mode :o
15:02:10  <mmalecki>or from when I was logged out, whatever
15:02:25  <Sly>mmalecki: what branch of Chrome are you on?
15:02:48  * zokijoined
15:02:58  <mmalecki>Sly: Canary, heh
15:02:58  <Ari>it was at the top of webchat
15:03:02  <Ari>not any more
15:03:18  <zoki>hmm, in source code path is OK, but browser console still gets error can't load resource
15:03:30  <mmalecki>zoki did you clear your cache and refresh?
15:03:36  <Ari>what does jitsu config set remoteHost do?
15:03:37  <Ari>????
15:03:41  <zoki>yes I did
15:03:48  <booyaa>oh buggery i think i've been checking the wrong site
15:03:51  <zoki>i tried it ni other browser and it's not working
15:04:13  <mmalecki>Ari: points jitsu to another master API host. it's not really useful unless you have a private nodejitsu installation
15:04:38  * zoki_quit (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
15:06:01  <mmalecki>zoki: hmm, okay, are you going through some sort of proxy? do you have curl installed?
15:06:01  <Ari>Or a private haibu instance?
15:06:11  <Sly>mmalecki: I'm on dev. The cache stuff is a regression. I knew you had to be on something besides beta to have that happening.
15:06:20  <Sly>*beta or stable
15:06:37  <mmalecki>zoki: this is what I'm getting: https://gist.github.com/mmalecki/0a04f4cf1c14fe1c4183
15:06:37  <nathan7>Ari: Private nodejitsu instance - Nodejitsu Enterprise
15:06:47  <Ari>oh
15:06:48  <Sly>Ari: not really. jitsu uses the Nodejitsu API. The Nodejitsu API controls the Haibu API.
15:06:50  <zoki>i don't think I'm going through some proxy
15:07:03  <mmalecki>Ari: haibu integration is being worked on, but won't be there until some time
15:07:06  <zoki>how do i install curl?
15:07:13  <Ari>@Sly: So i can do it?
15:07:16  <mmalecki>Ari: I use if when I run nodejitsu locally, I point it to localhost
15:07:47  <zoki>yeah me too, but app isn't working, when u write something in the second input it should display that aboe it
15:07:56  <Sly>Ari: unfortunately, our server-side code isn't open source. You could always create your own way of handling things with the Nodejitsu API, though. That repository is open source. You'd just have to make your routes the same.
15:08:13  <Sly>Ari: https://github.com/nodejitsu/nodejitsu-api
15:08:24  <mmalecki>zoki: testing here :)
15:08:37  <mmalecki>zoki: seems to work here
15:08:37  <nathan7>If you want to implement your own nodejitsu-y thing - implement the API and use jitsu
15:08:56  <nathan7>(building your own jitsu is way worse)
15:08:59  <mmalecki>zoki: what error are you seeingin the console?
15:09:16  <mmalecki>http://i.imgur.com/sgLIWi1.png
15:09:22  <Sly>lol, nathan7. That's what we were just saying. :P
15:09:40  <Ari>nodejitsu.com and jit.su are down!
15:09:43  <Ari>!!!
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15:09:50  <Sly>Ari: O_o
15:09:52  <Sly>Ari: they're up for me?
15:09:59  <nathan7>Worksforme
15:10:09  <nathan7>er, shit
15:10:15  <Ari>not for me
15:10:22  <zoki>hehe, so strange :D
15:10:26  <zoki>http://i50.tinypic.com/10r4gar.png
15:10:28  <zoki>thats what i get
15:11:39  <nathan7>io.connect()
15:11:41  <nathan7>No parameters
15:11:52  <nathan7>It'll automagically figure out hte right URL
15:11:58  * eschnouquit (Ping timeout: 258 seconds)
15:12:22  <zoki>yea, i have without param.
15:12:34  <nathan7>o.o
15:13:21  <mmalecki>zoki: when I fetch js/client.js I still see 127.0.0.1
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15:13:32  <mmalecki>save the changes and redeploy for me to be sure?
15:13:53  <mons54>Hello
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15:14:04  <zoki>ill redeploy it
15:14:16  <zoki>server.listen(8080);
15:14:21  <zoki>this is ok fro server
15:14:22  <zoki>?
15:15:08  <mmalecki>zoki: yup, it's fine :)
15:15:15  <nathan7>mons54: Hi!
15:15:18  <zoki>when i deploy i gt 3 warning about package.json
15:15:33  <mons54>I can not deploy with node v10.0 in package.json, is this normal ?
15:15:46  <mons54>* node v0.10 sorry
15:16:27  <booyaa>well good news is i can reproduce it locally. gonna switch back to dev, can't believe it's a configuration issue
15:16:28  <mmalecki>zoki: what warnings?
15:16:50  <nathan7>mons54: Yep
15:16:54  <nathan7>mons54: We haven't rolled 0.10 out yet
15:17:09  <nathan7>mons54: 0.10 is not production-ready
15:17:15  <nathan7>mons54: Critical bugs are still being found in it
15:17:52  * paralleljoined
15:17:53  <mons54>ok thank you very much
15:18:11  <zoki>http://i46.tinypic.com/3460sk7.png
15:18:48  * Ariquit (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
15:19:29  <mmalecki>zoki: that's expected, we should replace that 'warn' with 'info' :)
15:19:35  <zoki>oh :)
15:19:58  <zoki>is tjere a way to get files from nodejitsu?
15:20:00  <zoki>ther*
15:20:02  <zoki>there*
15:20:18  <zoki>it seems like io.connect doesn't change
15:20:40  <mmalecki>yeah, `jitsu snapshots fetch`
15:21:27  <mmalecki>zoki: mind if I fetch that and take a look?
15:21:35  <zoki>sure
15:22:03  <mmalecki>zoki: ahh, I see two files, js/client.js and public/js/client.js
15:22:19  * parallelquit (Ping timeout: 258 seconds)
15:22:20  <mmalecki>you seem to be editing the wrong one. you should edit the one in public :)
15:22:41  <zoki>:) ugh
15:24:28  * thl0joined
15:24:35  <zoki>i just delete that file and redeploy, and hope for it to work :)
15:24:51  <zoki>oh true :)
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15:33:34  <zoki>http://zoranf-heroku.nodejitsu.com/js/client.js
15:33:44  <zoki>empty connect?
15:33:53  <mmalecki>zoki: you have to modify public/js/client.js, not remove any other file
15:34:25  <zoki>i removed that client.js that was in js file as the server is
15:34:49  <mmalecki>right, but the file which is sent to the browser is public/js/client.js
15:34:54  <mmalecki>and you have to modify this one instead
15:35:08  <zoki>i delete that one and modifed in public
15:35:13  <zoki>but still not working
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15:35:42  <mmalecki>zoki: ah, can you remove the tarball from your app directory :) ? it's making the app huge
15:35:52  <mmalecki>and seems like servers are having problems unpacking it
15:36:00  <zoki>yah :D
15:36:07  <zoki>sry, didn't see it there
15:36:17  <mmalecki>sure :). you should be good when that's done
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15:46:58  <zoki>it's working! :)
15:47:22  <mmalecki>great :)
15:47:29  <zoki>how can I deploy another app? i just change the name in json file?
15:47:54  <nathan7>mhm
15:47:57  <nathan7>and subdomain
15:50:12  <zoki>thx, how can i see do logs from node server.js?
15:50:19  <nathan7>jitsu logs
15:50:23  <nathan7>[=
15:50:43  <zoki>=)
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16:15:52  <custardcream>hey - experiencing some problems with our ssl certificate only on Internet Explorer. Seems to be working fine in Chrome etc. Any ideas?
16:16:27  <custardcream>I've not noticed these issues before, but I can't honestly remember I tried to use IE. Certainly used to work before swapping to NJ.
16:16:54  <nathan7>custardcream: Yeah, old IE doesn't do SNI
16:16:59  <nathan7>custardcream: So we can't know which cert to send
16:17:00  <custardcream>app: liveblogpro / user: liveblogpro
16:17:17  <nathan7>custardcream: Nothing we can do about it :(
16:17:31  <custardcream>ok fair enough
16:17:32  <nathan7>(of course beating microsoft with blunt objects is encouraged)
16:17:41  <Sly>^ This is always encouraged, imo
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16:17:45  <custardcream>a healthy attitude
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16:18:32  <custardcream>alright, thanks for the info
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16:33:26  <booyaa>Sly: <3
16:33:36  <booyaa>thanks buddy i haven't fixed the problem but i've got a work around now
16:33:53  <booyaa>something in my modules is causing caching when i set node_env as production
16:34:07  <booyaa>i set it to stage and boom working!
16:34:20  <booyaa>almost certainly express' fault
16:34:33  <booyaa>christ this has had me pulling out hairs for a week
16:34:42  <Sly>rofl
16:34:45  <Sly>I know how that goes.
16:35:50  <booyaa>what a crazy thing to discover, doesn't surprise me that node_env production and development have special meaning in libs
16:36:07  <booyaa>time to rtfm (what i should've done in the first bloody place)
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17:19:42  <robinson_k>Sly: can you give an assumption about the current response times for a submitted open source node app at nodejitsu?
17:20:13  <nathan7>robinson_k: We're.. rather swamped by the demand
17:20:37  <nathan7>Your ETA depends entirely on queue position
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17:22:24  <robinson_k>yes, sure.
17:23:05  <robinson_k>but what are the overall times so if i would send a request now and were the last person in the queue.
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17:23:09  <robinson_k>more than 1 month?
17:23:13  <starcount>Hi.
17:23:57  <nathan7>robinson_k: Dunno, julianduque / anoemi are in charge of this
17:23:58  <starcount>Does anyone know if there is a way to find out from within my app, a unique drone identifier? Like doing cluster.worker.process.pid
17:24:21  <starcount>But for drones, rather than forked processes?
17:24:26  <nathan7>starcount: var identifier = ~~(Math.random() * 1e5)
17:25:23  <starcount>Ok, cool. Guaranteed to be unique? I guess I could use uuid as well.
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17:26:10  <starcount>I'm trying to determine the best way to shard a background process running across multiple drones, so that each drone works on a distinct set of data.
17:27:01  <Sly>albertd_: one minute.
17:27:10  <albertd_>Sly: thx
17:27:34  <Sly>albertd_: which datacenter is it in?
17:27:45  <albertd_>Sly: eu-ams1
17:27:56  <nathan7>starcount: Yeah, a UUID is probably a better idea
17:28:08  <Sly>Alright. Would help if I get on the right server. XD
17:28:13  <starcount>Cool, thanks.
17:29:27  <Sly>albertd_: it seems that all of your apps are crash looping? O_o
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17:29:58  <albertd_>Sly: the CDN had issues, but they have solved this just a few minutes ago.
17:30:01  <Sly>Wait, maybe that was just the logs taking forever. I thought it was following and doing that.
17:30:27  <Sly>Let me try that again and give it time to catch up. xD
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17:38:11  <abrams>question: i got "this subdomain is already taken" messages - but ive deployed this project many times - any way to resolve this?
17:39:20  <Sly>albertd_: still looking.
17:39:28  <nathan7>abrams: are you using a sub-subdomain?
17:39:32  <albertd_>Sly: thx
17:39:38  <abrams>nathan7: nope
17:39:46  <nathan7>abrams: what subdomain/
17:39:47  <nathan7>*?
17:39:53  <abrams>nathan7: sharedcinema
17:40:40  <nathan7>abrams: chrisabrams/sharedcinema is the only thing I see using it
17:40:44  <abrams>thats me
17:41:23  <nathan7>Are you sure you're using the same app name?
17:42:03  <abrams>in the package.json
17:42:16  <abrams>ive tried "name": "sharedcinema" and "name":"sharedcinema.com"
17:42:52  <nathan7>"name": "sharedcinema" should work
17:43:19  <abrams>trying again
17:43:21  <abrams>hmm
17:43:22  <abrams>ok
17:43:23  <abrams>works now
17:43:26  <abrams>:)
17:43:30  <nathan7>\o/
17:43:55  <abrams>looks like it just needed a refresh after chaning it to sharedcinema.com and back to sharedcinema
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17:50:06  <chrisaiv>Hello everybody!
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17:50:45  <chrisaiv>I was wondering if anyone has successfully deployed SailsJS (https://github.com/balderdashy/sails) on Nodejitsu?
17:51:32  <nathan7>Should work fine
17:51:56  <chrisaiv>Apparently, Sails builds on top of the ExpressJS stack –so it's not too out of the normal stack– but I'm having trouble figuring out how to deploy
17:52:09  <nathan7>Build an app the usual way, jitsu deploy
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17:52:55  <nathan7>a moment, building a sails test app
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17:53:10  <albertd_>Sly: any idea what is going wrong?
17:53:24  <Sly>albertd_: still looking into it right now. Sorry about the wait.
17:53:33  <albertd_>Sly: np, thx
17:57:48  <chrisaiv>The sails deploy error I get is pretty cryptic. https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5228750
17:58:13  <nathan7>oh god
17:58:45  <chrisaiv>Sorry for the noob-ish errors.
18:00:00  <nathan7>This is sails doing something
18:00:34  <chrisaiv>https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5228766
18:00:51  <nathan7>try jitsu env set PORT 1234
18:00:55  <chrisaiv>Here's what my config looks like. OK
18:02:11  <nathan7>chrisaiv: or set port to 0
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18:04:34  <chrisaiv>ok
18:04:35  <chrisaiv>one sec
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18:06:38  <chrisaiv>@nathan7. Setting it to port 0 prevented errors
18:07:04  <chrisaiv>But it doesn't appear on the site http://travel-aid.jit.su/
18:07:21  <nathan7>mhm
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18:12:40  <nathan7>chrisaiv: It throws the same error if I try to start it
18:12:56  <chrisaiv>Interesting
18:12:59  <chrisaiv>Bummer
18:13:27  <nathan7>I have an idea on what's causing this
18:14:31  <chrisaiv>Is there a quick fix?
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18:14:53  <nathan7>chrisaiv: the quickest fix: bundle sails as a dep, and remove that code
18:15:00  <nathan7>chrisaiv: or set an explicit host
18:15:16  <chrisaiv>Hmmm.
18:15:43  <chrisaiv>1. bundle sails as a dep = bundle sails as a ????
18:15:47  <chrisaiv>2. Remove which code?
18:15:59  <chrisaiv>3. How can I set it as an explicit host?
18:16:05  <nathan7> if(!sails.explicitHost && !sails.express.app.address()) {
18:16:11  <nathan7>dependency
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18:16:23  <nathan7>sails, lib/sails.js, line 444
18:17:02  <nathan7>chrisaiv: if you add host: "travel-aid.jit.su" to your config
18:17:05  <nathan7>chrisaiv: That should work
18:17:22  <chrisaiv>Awesome, thanks! Lemme give that a try
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18:23:45  <chrisaiv>I'm still not getting it
18:24:11  <chrisaiv>I added an explicit host in my config https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5228843
18:24:20  <nathan7>I'm trying to get it to run in production mode on my machine
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18:24:27  <nathan7>but it seems to hate me
18:24:38  <chrisaiv>I know the feeling quite well
18:24:40  <chrisaiv>LOL
18:24:43  <nathan7>oh, it doesn't actually respect NODE_ENV
18:24:45  <nathan7>shitty thing
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18:26:05  <nathan7>chrisaiv: is it still giving the error that it can't listen?
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18:29:04  <chrisaiv>hmm
18:32:11  <chrisaiv>Well how about this
18:32:20  <chrisaiv>if it makes sense, how about I come back in a few hours
18:32:35  <chrisaiv>and maybe we'll think of some cool new solution?
18:33:12  <nathan7>Sure
18:33:45  <nathan7>Hacking the Sails listening code and bundling it with your deploy could work
18:34:25  <chrisaiv>OK
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18:34:39  <chrisaiv>I'll give it another shot in a bit. (I've been on this thing for hours now)
18:34:52  <chrisaiv>Thank you natha7
18:34:54  <nathan7>I'd love to get this working
18:36:30  <albertd_>Sly: just did a retry, and seems to work now...
18:36:38  <Sly>albertd_: nice.
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19:35:32  <custardcream>hi guys, I'm getting a security certificate error on IE, meaning that our app wont run - i was told this was due to SNI, but SNI exists on IE 7+ - I'm seeing an error on IE8, running in Windows 7. My dev hasn't been able to replicate this error running on IE 10, in compat mode. Can anyone shed any light?
19:36:07  <ljharb>try browserling or browserstack and see if you can repro it on ie 8
19:36:34  <custardcream>im getting the error in 8
19:37:23  <custardcream>and have also seen in other versions - just can't seem to reproduce it with 100% certainty
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19:40:12  <custardcream>nathan7: any suggestions?
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19:44:45  <custardcream>I am also seeing the issue affecting chrome on mac
19:45:33  <Sly>custardcream: what's the site? I'm on Mac too. I'll test it on my side.
19:45:49  <custardcream>this is a suitable example page
19:45:51  <custardcream>www.liveblogpro.com/event/514dbee50e4a85da26001636
19:46:09  <Sly>https or regular http?
19:46:34  <Sly>Oh, nevermind. It redirects to regular http.
19:46:39  <Sly>Works fine for me on Chrome?
19:46:58  <custardcream>this is what I can't work out
19:47:05  <custardcream>Browserstack is giving me an error
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19:47:19  <custardcream>on Chrome, and I've had errors reported on Chrome/Mac
19:47:33  <custardcream>I've also seen errors on IE, but also had reports of it working fine on IE
19:47:42  <Sly>I'm not seeing anything failing to respond or anything of that nature.
19:47:50  <custardcream>browserstack is reproducing everything nicely though... so i know I'm not mad...
19:47:58  <Sly>All of the XHRs are working as expected... all the requests loaded fine..
19:49:15  <custardcream>it throws up a certificate error on IE
19:49:20  <custardcream>looks liek this
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19:49:45  <Sly>custardcream: I'm confused. Your domain is pointing to Linode?
19:50:05  <custardcream>We host our php on linode yeah
19:50:18  <custardcream>and some parts of our app
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19:50:54  <Sly>custardcream: I'm not sure this is a problem with our platform, then. It could be a problem with Linode, since it's what's really handling your traffic.
19:51:02  <custardcream>http://eastman.cdn.liveblogpro.com/514e00220e4a85f4250015fb.png
19:51:27  <custardcream>hm ok
19:51:31  <custardcream>find that unlikely
19:51:43  <Sly>Well, I mean.. when I curl your page, it goes to nginx.
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19:51:58  <Sly>So it's really nginx that's serving the request.
19:52:00  <custardcream>we've never experienced this before; i'll find if something's changed over there
19:52:07  <custardcream>thanks for the help
19:53:06  <Sly>custardcream: updates.liveblogpro.com is on our network, right?
19:53:15  <custardcream>yes, that's right
19:54:25  <Sly>Yeah, it looks like your stuff may be having problems between nginx and our network or something.
19:54:57  <custardcream>i have a feeling there may have been some updates pushed to the linode side of things in the last 24hours
19:55:05  <custardcream>im just not sure what
19:55:12  <custardcream>so expecting that may be the cause
19:55:43  <Sly>Could very well be.
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19:57:02  <custardcream>alright, i may come back to you about this tomorrow with developer in tow. Thanks for the help, as ever.
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20:50:46  <grincy>n00b question: getting error: EACCES, open '/Users/me/package.json when I try to jitsu deploy my hello-world app, what to do?
20:53:43  <mmalecki>grincy: hi. what are the permissions on package.json?
20:53:57  <mmalecki>jitsu seems not to be able to write/read it
20:53:59  <grincy>read only, except for me
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20:54:10  <grincy>right, does it need to be able to write?
20:54:15  <mmalecki>yeah
20:54:20  <mmalecki>since it writes version changes :)
20:54:20  <grincy>ah
20:54:27  <grincy>got it :)
20:54:36  <grincy>do you know the chmod code offhand?
20:55:12  <mmalecki>chmod u+w package.json :)
20:55:22  <grincy>:) thx
20:55:32  <mmalecki>or a+w, but give this one a try first :)
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20:56:44  <grincy>fyi yeah it's a+w
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21:00:23  <grincy>yay, it worked! :)
21:00:31  <mmalecki>grincy: :)
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21:00:46  <grincy>does jitsu block me from editing deployed scripts?
21:01:04  <grincy>just tried to edit myserver.js, couldn't write
21:01:50  <mmalecki>it doesn't... you probably have your permissions messed up a bit
21:01:55  <grincy>blarg
21:02:02  <grincy>yeah ok
21:02:15  <mmalecki>are you deploying as a different user or something?
21:02:19  <mmalecki>this could cause some problems
21:02:26  <grincy>no same user
21:02:29  <mmalecki>I mean, as a different user than you use to edit them?
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21:02:45  <grincy>and it looks like i should have permission- -rw---r--r
21:02:57  <grincy>but then vim won't save it for me
21:03:06  <mmalecki>right, but the owner has no +w there
21:03:17  <grincy>ah
21:03:28  <mmalecki>or wait
21:03:37  <grincy><- needs to review file permission codes :(
21:03:38  <mmalecki>I got it wrong, it goes the opposite way
21:03:45  <mmalecki>hah, no, I do :)
21:03:49  <grincy>ah
21:03:51  <grincy>ha
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21:04:21  <mmalecki>you might be running vim as a different user, then
21:04:23  <grincy>hm just gonna try with chmod a+w instead of actually teaching my self something here
21:04:26  <mmalecki>if it doesn't let you save it
21:04:36  <grincy>hm that would be weird
21:04:40  <grincy>it's the same iterm2 session...
21:05:12  <grincy>a+w and now I can edit it
21:05:30  <grincy>so I guess those first three letters aren't for me
21:05:45  <grincy>that must the for the owner... which apparently, I am not
21:05:48  <grincy>which is also weird
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21:08:17  <doorty>Hi, what command do I do to re-deploy? I'm getting an error that the subdomain belongs to another user: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5229355
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21:13:26  <grincy>hey, I want to chown the .jitsu directory to my username
21:13:30  <grincy>is that a bad idea for any reason?
21:13:40  <grincy>(from root)
21:14:05  <mmalecki>grincy: hmm, it should be owned by you
21:14:08  <mmalecki>I mean, mine is
21:14:14  <mmalecki>and there's no reason it wouldn't be
21:14:19  <grincy>hm strange
21:14:21  <mmalecki>doorty: hey. looking now
21:14:26  <mmalecki>grincy: ohhh
21:14:26  <grincy>maybe I sudo installed everything or sthg
21:14:36  <mmalecki>or `sudo jitsu deploy` or something?
21:14:45  <grincy>yeah i think so
21:14:53  <grincy>my old myapp dir turned out to be owned by root
21:15:16  <grincy>so i sudo jitsu deployed out of wild-guess laziness
21:15:26  <mmalecki>hah, yeah, that'll do it
21:16:13  <grincy>heh well I guess I've learned some things today anyway :P
21:19:20  <mmalecki>hah, good for you, so did I :D
21:19:46  <mmalecki>doorty: what's your username and subdomain?
21:20:15  <grincy>nodejitsu rules! thanks for all the help, mmalecki :)
21:22:21  <mmalecki>grincy: pleasure. hit us up if you run into any problems again :)
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21:27:05  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] mmalecki pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/Fr6YDQ
21:27:05  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master 5576b0a Maciej Małecki: [dist] Bump `npm` to 1.2.15
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21:28:24  <doorty>@mmalecki username: doorty, domain: seniorserve-homepage
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21:29:11  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/jitsu#406 (master - 5576b0a : Maciej Małecki): The build passed.
21:29:11  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/17601a958d93...5576b0ad0bfb
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21:30:44  <mmalecki>doorty: okay, can you show me your package.json?
21:32:33  <doorty>@mmalecki package.json - https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5229434
21:33:05  <mmalecki>doorty: ah, you are trying to deploy with subdomain: "homepage-seniorserve.app"
21:33:19  <mmalecki>but the last part of the subdomain ("app") is already taken
21:33:30  <mmalecki>if you change it to "homepage-seniorserve" it'll work with no problems
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22:29:01  <zoki>what do I need to work with mongoDB on nodejitsu?
22:30:25  <zoki>or better which db should i use?
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22:32:12  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/client-reconnect 12905f5 Maciej Małecki: [minor refactor] Do not use `net.Socket` constructor
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22:34:49  <zoki>so i can use nodejitsu for month?
22:35:37  <Sly>zoki: I actually prefer using CouchDB because you get a web UI with it.
22:35:48  <Sly>I'm not really familiar with MongoDB.
22:36:09  <Sly>But you would need to look at a module to connect to Mongo, such as mongoose.
22:36:30  <zoki>oh, tought so, did come across it, what do you use for couchDB?
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22:36:57  <Sly>zoki: IrisCouch is the provider we use for our CouchDBs that you provision with us.
22:37:40  <zoki>oh, can't create database: The database provider is having some internal issues, please try again later
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22:39:52  <Sly>zoki: O_o
22:39:55  <Sly>Where are you seeing that?
22:40:13  <zoki>nodejitsu.com
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22:41:23  <zoki>ok,early I created DB on mongoseDB
22:41:34  <zoki>now i deleted that, and now couch works just fine
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22:44:31  <Sly>zoki: so you were able to get one created?
22:44:36  <zoki>yes
22:44:45  <Sly>CouchDB?
22:44:49  <Sly>Or Mongo?
22:44:55  <zoki>yup, what module should i use, nano?
22:45:00  <Sly>That's what I use.
22:45:34  <zoki>can u point me to some good guids?
22:46:47  <Sly>Uhm.. let me see.. trying to remember where one's at.
22:47:11  <Sly>Ugh, don't tell me Github is down again.
22:47:15  <Sly>Taking forever to load.
22:47:34  <mmalecki>Sly: they are seeing packet loss
22:47:40  <Sly>Ah, ffs.
22:47:56  <Sly>zoki: I think dscape has some examples in the repository for it.. but I can't get to it to see right now.
22:48:01  <Sly>http://github.com/dscape/nano
22:48:32  <zoki>oh, kk thx, ill try it later
22:48:53  <Sly>No problem.
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22:52:07  <Sly>zoki: github finally loaded for me. Just took forever.
22:52:19  <Sly>You might be able to get it open. He's got all of the API and a few examples in there.
22:52:35  <zoki>Sly: how do u access web ui for couchdb?
22:52:48  <Sly>zoki: add /_utils/ to the end of your couchdb url
22:52:50  <Sly>That'll get you into futon
22:55:00  <zoki>how should i format the attributes in db table, _id or id? or it doesn't matters
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22:55:45  <Sly>Depends on if you plan on using the 'id' field for anything in your documents.
22:55:49  <Sly>If you are, it's best to use _id
22:56:17  <zoki>if there is no _ in front of name than u can't use it afterwards?
22:56:34  <Sly>Oh, wait.
22:56:43  <Sly>I thought you were talking about the _id that CouchDB assigns documents.
22:57:25  <zoki>oh, no i meant those that i created
22:57:31  <Sly>Each document will have _id and _rev that's set by Couch.
22:57:48  <Sly>The ones you create can be anything other than those.
22:57:56  <zoki>ok
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23:32:49  <wkf>hello. I'm not having any luck adding new custom domains to a project via package. The web interface shows only the old ones. I have deployed the package.json, but nothing changes. Is there something else I need to do in order to get this working?
23:34:52  <wkf>I have continuous deployment enabled through github
23:36:42  <wkf>hmm, deploying manually seemed to fix it. thanks
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23:42:33  <Karam>It didn't work
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23:49:27  <nathan7>wkf: [=
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