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02:53:17  <kenperkins>so good to be home
02:53:34  <mmalecki>heh :)
02:53:36  <mmalecki>I feel ya
02:57:16  <kenperkins>what's new?
02:57:43  <mmalecki>kenperkins: not much, coding C still
02:58:05  <kenperkins>what do you guys do in C?
02:59:12  <mmalecki>kenperkins: process monitors and some other low level stuff
02:59:18  <kenperkins>i c
02:59:22  <mmalecki>like https://github.com/opsmezzo/aeternum
02:59:35  <julianduque>kenperkins: i C what you did there :p
02:59:55  <kenperkins>? what did I do there
03:00:12  <mmalecki>lol
03:00:18  <julianduque>haha
03:00:23  <mmalecki>think about it, kenperkins :D
03:00:24  <julianduque>kenperkins: `i c` talking about C
03:00:30  <kenperkins>oh, ha
03:00:34  <kenperkins>I didn't even realize
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03:23:44  <kenperkins>so was the big pkgcloud/openstack customer that charlie couldn't talk about bloomberg?
03:23:47  <kenperkins>:D
03:24:59  <jcrugzz>kenperkins: rrichardson is a cool dude
03:25:05  <jcrugzz>:p
03:25:12  <kenperkins>yea I met him today, completely fucking serendipitously
03:25:35  <kenperkins>i was talking about pkgcloud to my boss and he was like "hi I'm rick and I'm working on openstack for bloomburg"
03:25:38  <kenperkins>"using pkgcloud"
03:25:46  <kenperkins>i was like WAT WAT WAT (southpark)
03:25:58  <kenperkins>was awesome
03:26:12  <kenperkins>and then 5 minutes later their CTO did a rocking keynote
03:26:14  <jcrugzz>kenperkins: haha that is pretty awesome
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03:26:34  <kenperkins>so he and I are going to follow up
03:26:44  <kenperkins>assuming of course my PR doesn't get shitcanned :D
03:27:42  <jcrugzz>kenperkins: haha you should be fine. You have been doing good stuff
03:29:02  <julianduque>awesome :)
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03:39:10  <kenperkins>sigh
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03:46:34  <smcguinness>just got this when trying to deploy
03:46:35  <smcguinness>https://gist.github.com/smcguinness/5401648
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03:55:59  <smcguinness>I'm getting timeout errors on deploys
03:56:38  <smcguinness>and also getting a 500 errors when trying to start manually
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06:11:37  <vlad____>I'd like to deploy my an irisCouch redis instance in the same data center as my nodejitsu app, I know that my irisRedis Instance in 'nj-east1.jo' but I'm not sure how to check where my nodejitsu app is deployed.
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06:14:41  <julianduque>vlad____: check it with `jitsu apps view`
06:14:55  <julianduque>vlad____: if you are an Individual customer you are on us-east-1
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06:16:14  <vlad____>So if my redis is on nj-east1.joy, direct LAN will not be possible with an individual plan?
06:17:14  <julianduque>vlad____: no
06:17:42  <julianduque>vlad____: because they are different vlans
06:18:08  <vlad____>got it, and with a business plan I can deploy anywhere I want?
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06:41:05  <booyaa>`3rdEden: dude listening to you on nodeup :D
06:41:28  <`3rdEden>ohnoes!
06:41:47  <`3rdEden>Turn the volume down, i'm horrible at english ;9
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06:43:35  <booyaa>dude nah i understood you ;)
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06:43:54  <`3rdEden> \o/
06:44:12  <`3rdEden>Anyways, I hope you find it interesting :)
06:44:34  <booyaa>very, hearing the pain from early adopter
06:44:39  <booyaa>+s
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08:43:35  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] flatiron/winston#170 (master - 530b3d3 : Christopher Jeffrey): The build was fixed.
08:43:35  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/winston/compare/1f01dc026bc5...530b3d3bba23
08:43:35  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/winston/builds/6408543
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09:26:23  <klaemo>hey jitsus :) is there an ETA for node 0.10 on nodejitsu?
09:33:28  <nathan7>klaemo: When our new app host is here everything will pretty much just work
09:33:50  <klaemo>:)
09:34:13  <standoo1>new app host?
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09:38:15  <nathan7>standoo1: our current application host embeds your application in it
09:38:34  <nathan7>It's harder to manage than our new architecture
09:38:58  <nathan7>embedding your application into it means they both have to run on the same noe
09:39:01  <nathan7>*node
09:39:18  <standoo1>will there be support for ftp or ssh?
09:40:01  <nathan7>which is problematic since we support nodes back to 0.6 and getting it to work on 0.10 would take a bunch of work
09:40:28  <nathan7>standoo1: no, but how's real monitoring and DTrace instrumentation sound?
09:41:43  <standoo1>sounds good for deployment
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10:02:26  <Siyfion>Argh... deploys still failing 1st time.
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10:05:57  <Siyfion>https://gist.github.com/Siyfion/66aa3d6d92186e3bcfbe
10:06:43  <Siyfion>Seriously guys, I love you all and when it works, it works well.. But the *constant* deploy & routing issues are starting to get more than a little annoying :\
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10:13:39  <Siyfion>`3rdEden: I don't suppose you could lend a hand?
10:13:45  <nathan7>fuckdamnit
10:13:53  <nathan7>Siyfion: could you run that with --debug?
10:13:55  <Siyfion>`3rdEden: I've even tried activating the snapshot manually
10:14:02  <Siyfion>oh thanks nathan7
10:14:24  <Siyfion>nathan7: can I activate the snapshot with --debug?
10:14:29  <nathan7>Yeah
10:14:38  <Siyfion>nathan7: Or do you want me to redeploy all?
10:14:45  <nathan7>I'm pretty sure this is the universe punishing me for being so optimistic
10:15:00  <nathan7>Siyfion: on the routing issues side - that should be a lot better now
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10:15:15  <Siyfion>Hmmm key bit: result: { error: 'not_found', reason: 'deleted' },
10:15:19  <nathan7>o.o
10:15:28  <nathan7>can you gist that completely?
10:15:31  <Siyfion>nathan7: I'll try a redeploy
10:15:35  <Siyfion>okay
10:15:46  <nathan7>Did you change your version number to something earlier than the latest?
10:16:01  <Siyfion>https://gist.github.com/Siyfion/858100beca2be61a04f7
10:16:11  <Romu>Hi there, get an error on the app "grolsch-bigbold-prototype" and apparently no logs, anyone can help?
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10:16:36  <simonmaddox>hey, can anyone help? I'm getting a 500 error on `jitsu deploy`
10:16:45  <nathan7>Hi
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10:18:17  <nathan7>Romu: username?
10:18:36  <Siyfion>nathan7: About to make a gist for a full deploy now.. 2 ticks
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10:18:50  <Siyfion>nathan7: lol... typical... It worked this time.
10:18:52  <Siyfion>:\
10:19:21  <nathan7>Yeah, I'm starting to think we should take the npm approach
10:19:22  <Romu>stinkdigital
10:19:34  <nathan7>we keep the silly-level log, if there's a crash, we write it to disk
10:19:38  <nathan7>(a la npm-debug.log)
10:21:15  <Siyfion>nathan7: Probably not a bad idea
10:21:34  <nathan7>It has helped me a lot (I triage npm issues / do my best to make npm kick a bit more ass)
10:21:52  <nathan7>it's pure gold with rare issues lik ethis
10:21:53  <nathan7>*like this
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10:23:24  <rich___>Hi - having trouble with jitsu deploy at the moment
10:25:01  <nathan7>Hi
10:25:22  <nathan7>rich___: Could you please gist the full jitsu output and jitsu output with --debug?
10:28:03  <rich___>https://gist.github.com/medovob/7b9a0ec4a2fef4fba02f
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10:32:13  <nathan7>hrm
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10:34:53  <Romu>I think my instance runs fine only on node 0.10.x, which is not available on nodejitsu right?
10:35:11  <nathan7>Not yet, will be soon
10:35:13  <Romu>I'll downgrade on my side to node 0.8.x and test
10:35:24  <nathan7>npm install -g nave
10:35:29  <nathan7>nave use 0.8 npm start
10:35:33  <nathan7>tahdah, your app on 0.8 [=
10:35:41  <Romu>great, thanks :)
10:35:49  <nathan7>(you can just use nave use 0.8 to get a shell in which 0.8 is the default node)
10:37:56  <Romu>ok, it is running on 0.8.x, so that's not the issue
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10:38:14  <Romu>should I gist the --debug log?
10:39:21  <nathan7>yes please
10:40:05  <Romu>https://gist.github.com/soundstep/5403326
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10:42:30  <starcount>Hi. I'm having trouble uploading all of a sudden... https://gist.github.com/recipher/5403340
10:42:36  <starcount>starcount/core-staging
10:42:42  <nathan7>Yep, we're investigating
10:42:43  <starcount>500s every time.
10:42:57  <starcount>Ah, cool. Just us?
10:43:03  <starcount>Or everyone?
10:43:35  <nathan7>Our CouchDB replicas have different ideas about what exists and what doesn't
10:46:23  <starcount>Ok. Thanks. Bloody CouchDB again :)
10:48:11  <nathan7>It's a brilliant DB system but I'm not sure anyone is utilising it as heavily as we are
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10:57:14  <mmalecki>starcount: restart please :)
10:57:17  <mmalecki>er
10:57:20  <mmalecki>retry
10:57:24  <mmalecki>sorry, just woke up
10:57:54  <mmalecki>starcount: damn couch started 404'ing every single thing, that was just ridiculous
10:58:25  <starcount>Retrying...
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11:06:23  <Romu>Any news? Did you find out if it is on my side or yours?
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11:07:59  <nathan7>Romu: Our side
11:08:08  <nathan7>Romu: Concerning the 500s from deploying
11:08:22  <Romu>ok cool
11:08:40  <Romu>You are investigating then I guess, I'll be waiting here :)
11:11:13  <nathan7>It's fixed
11:12:45  <nathan7>I did 50 deploys with no issues
11:14:16  <Romu>ok great
11:15:40  <Romu>What was the problem? (if it is relevant for me to know, I'm always curious)
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11:18:48  <nathan7>Romu: Our provisioner CouchDB was 404ing on everything
11:19:09  <Romu>Right!
11:19:31  <mmalecki>this was probably the most messed up thing I've ever seen couchdb do
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11:22:28  <Romu>I got a 502 error, apparently something to do with the package.json not accessible on a private repo?
11:22:42  <nathan7>eh
11:22:45  <nathan7>502 where?
11:22:50  <Romu>http://grolsch-prototype-bigbold.jit.su/
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11:23:22  <Romu>app is apparently started, even if I had to do it from the web admin
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11:23:44  <mmalecki>Romu: oh, that's an error from your app
11:23:58  <Romu>right
11:23:59  <mmalecki>let me look more closely
11:24:55  <mmalecki>Romu: can you disable flash fallback for socket.io :) ?
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11:25:27  <Romu>that's a transport for flash sockets if I'm not wrong
11:25:35  <Romu>our app is flash
11:26:12  <nathan7>flash sockets do not work with nodejitsu I'm afraid
11:26:18  <nathan7>we just handle HTTP
11:26:22  <standoo1>why not?
11:26:30  <Romu>aow
11:26:40  <`3rdEden>Because it requires a flash socket policy file server on port 843
11:26:55  <`3rdEden>and apps only run on port 80
11:26:55  <mmalecki>flash sockets are pure tcp too
11:27:00  <nathan7>Does socket.io set that up or not?
11:27:08  <nathan7>because we might be able to just run a policy file server
11:27:11  <`3rdEden>nathan7: it tries to set it up automatically
11:27:44  <nathan7>hmm
11:27:54  <`3rdEden>It spins up a https://github.com/3rd-Eden/FlashPolicyFileServer on a port
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11:28:47  <nathan7> <allow-access-from domain="*" />
11:29:17  <`3rdEden>needs more then that ;0
11:29:23  <Romu>If you are using a hosting provider that doesn't allow you to start servers other than on port 80 or the provided port and you still want to support flashsockets you can set the flash policy port to -1 before you set the transports option.
11:29:23  <nathan7>I'm not sure how okay it is to serve that up
11:29:28  <Romu>I'll try that
11:29:50  <Romu>quote from https://github.com/LearnBoost/Socket.IO/wiki/Configuring-Socket.IO
11:29:55  <nathan7>Ah, cool
11:29:59  <`3rdEden>I know, i wrote that.
11:30:07  <Romu>ah lol :D
11:30:16  <`3rdEden>the problem with that is, that it's still doing a TCP connection instead HTTP
11:30:26  <`3rdEden>we only support HTTP ;9
11:30:43  <nathan7>It's going over port 80, right?
11:30:44  <`3rdEden>(and websockets, but they are started with HTTP)
11:30:48  <`3rdEden>nathan7: ye
11:30:53  <nathan7>if it can do raw TCP it can do websockets
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11:31:25  <`3rdEden>nathan7: it tries to do a policy file request on the requested server port instead of the default 843 or 10843 port
11:31:26  <nathan7><?xml version="1.0"?><!DOCTYPE cross-domain-policy SYSTEM "http://www.macromedia.com/xml/dtds/cross-domain-policy.dtd"><cross-domain-policy><allow-access-from domain="*" secure="false" /></cross-domain-policy>
11:31:30  <nathan7>happy now?
11:31:42  <nathan7>`3rdEden: ah
11:31:50  <nathan7>`3rdEden: How's a policy file req work?
11:32:10  <`3rdEden>allow-access-from domain="*" to-ports="*"
11:32:16  <starcount>Hi.
11:32:27  <starcount>I'm getting socket hang up continually on deploy.
11:32:35  <`3rdEden>nathan7: it sends a <policy-file-request/> packet
11:32:48  <Romu>do I have to serve a crossdomain.xml file on the server then?
11:32:53  <`3rdEden>(to the normal connection if it doesn't have a dedicated policy server)
11:33:03  <`3rdEden>crossdomain.xml files are different then policyfiles
11:33:13  <nathan7>`3rdEden: You can't really do XSS with it as far as I can tell
11:33:21  <nathan7>`3rdEden: it seems pretty safe to handle this
11:33:38  <`3rdEden>nathan7: yup
11:33:55  <nathan7>We can just have a process on the balancers that serves a wildcard policy
11:34:53  <Romu>does that mean there's a solution then? :)
11:36:41  <nathan7>We're looking into it :D
11:37:02  <Romu>ok great, I'll wait here then ;)
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11:39:38  <nathan7>meanwhile this building is empty
11:39:51  <nathan7>so I'm off for a bit, heading to my place
11:42:14  <Romu>any idea when I can get news for the flashsocket issue?
11:42:31  <Romu>so I can plan a fallback if that will take time on your side
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11:43:08  <starcount>I'm having trouble deploying. I've managed it once... but it's giving me "socket hang up" and "not authorized" most of the time. starcount/activity-staging
11:43:16  <nathan7>oi
11:43:24  <nathan7>can you try jitsu logout/jitsu login?
11:43:34  <starcount>Sure
11:45:01  <starcount>Is that that the deployment equivalent of "can you try turning it off and on again?" ?
11:45:16  <starcount>"socket hang up" again.
11:45:33  <starcount>It gets to "starting"
11:45:38  <nathan7>starcount: if this were audio chat, I'd have done that with the voice and everything
11:45:54  <nathan7>starcount: --debug time!
11:46:02  <starcount>Ok
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11:48:21  <starcount>@nathan7... https://gist.github.com/recipher/5403641
11:48:30  <starcount>I don't see anything obvious in there.
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11:50:30  <nathan7>strange
11:50:36  <nathan7>[04/17 13:50:00 GMT+0200] info: Started Wed Apr 17 2013 12:50:00 GMT+0100 (GMT)
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11:51:09  <Siyfion>nathan7: Do we have a time traveller?
11:51:27  <nathan7>Siyfion: no, that time is entirely right
11:51:32  <nathan7>it's nathan's local time
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11:54:56  <Siyfion>nathan7: What's up with it?
11:55:03  <Siyfion>nathan7: Looks fin
11:55:04  <Siyfion>*e
11:55:27  <nathan7>Siyfion: Exactly!
11:55:41  <Siyfion>nathan7: lol.
11:56:05  <Siyfion>nathan7: Only thing I can see in the gist is that the socket was obviously closed...
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11:56:19  <Siyfion>nathan7: But from jitsu's end
11:56:50  <nathan7>starcount: I don't see anything wrong besides that one error
12:00:32  <Romu>Hey nathan sorry to ask again, any idea when I can get news for the flashsocket issue?
12:00:51  <Romu>I would need to plan a fallback if that will take a long time for you to look into it
12:00:52  <nathan7>Romu: `3rdEden is currently having a nosebleed
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12:01:03  <nathan7>Romu: he was going to look for the GitHub issue on it
12:01:04  <Romu>lol ok
12:01:51  <starcount>nathan7: what do I do then? just persevere?
12:02:08  <Romu>so I might get some news in the next hours? Like, we need more time, possible, or not possible.
12:02:41  <nathan7>starcount: I'm not sure what's going on :(
12:02:48  <nathan7>Romu: Next few days
12:03:05  <Romu>ok, that's what I needed to know
12:03:05  <nathan7>(I'm careful with my optimism)
12:03:24  <Romu>I'll come back here later then! Thanks for the help today!
12:03:29  <nathan7>[=
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12:04:47  <starcount>nathan7: I'm just studying the logs. I think it might be deploying ok, but giving me that error anyway.
12:05:06  <Siyfion>starcount: try activating the snapshot
12:05:35  <starcount>Hard to tell. That server is running a background process, which just coordinates activity on Iron Worker. So, the logs aren't conclusive.
12:05:38  <Siyfion>starcount: jitsu snapshots activate ;)
12:05:52  <Siyfion>starcount: put --debug on it too
12:05:52  <nathan7>starcount: does it spawn a child process?
12:06:26  <starcount>Nope, it uses node-schedule.
12:06:45  <starcount>Actually, that module might use a child process, but I'm not certain.
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12:07:43  <nathan7>That seems to just schedule functions
12:08:08  <starcount>Yep.
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12:08:51  <starcount>I just tried jitsu snapshots activate and it gave me "No free servers"
12:09:25  <starcount>Going for lunch. I'll be back in 30 mins. Cheers.
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12:10:28  <nathan7>starcount: DC?
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12:42:41  <standoo>can i use any port i want in nodejs?
12:44:37  <nathan7>Yep, we'll route HTTP to it
12:44:48  <nathan7>listen on on any single port and your HTTP will end up there
12:45:29  <standoo>mynode.jit.su:<any port number>?
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12:47:16  <standoo> mynode.jit.su:<any port number>?
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12:47:57  <nathan7>standoo: er, no
12:48:12  <nathan7>standoo: because that's equivalent to anythingelse.jit.su:port
12:48:25  <nathan7>standoo: HTTP gives us information on which domain you're asking for
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12:51:57  <standoo>:p
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13:12:24  <starcount>No Free Servers in Amsterdam.
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13:13:42  <nathan7>starcount: Yeah, we're working on it
13:14:52  <starcount>Thanks.
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13:24:00  <nathan7>starcount: Fixed!
13:24:06  <nathan7>starcount: Sorry for the delay
13:24:49  <starcount>Thanks. I'll try now.
13:26:12  <kenperkins>nathan7: seems like that happens from time to time, what's going on?
13:26:12  <starcount>Nope... No free servers available.
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13:29:41  <nathan7>starcount: Hrm. We just freed a bunch of orphans, we're spawning actual fresh servers now
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14:22:55  <starcount>@nathan7: I'm deployed ok now. Thanks :)
14:26:15  <nathan7>starcount: [=
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14:47:42  <hlavko>hello. i am trying to deploy my https+express+socket.io app but it is returning 502 bad gateway response, however on localhost it is working correctly. anyone experienced something similar ?
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14:58:41  <aaaron__>Hello, is it possible to install binary files like phantomjs alongside jitsu apps?
15:04:14  <yawnt>aaaron__: hey
15:04:19  <yawnt>not yet, i'm afraid
15:04:47  <yawnt>aaaron__: the problem with phantomjs is that it requires quite a heavy dependency tree
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15:06:10  <aaaron__>Ok thank you
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15:40:15  <legomind>hey everyone anyone having problems with this error? https://gist.github.com/legomind/0b36f802e91a7a5eabd5
15:42:02  <legomind>i keep seeming to run into an error of some sort. I haven't been able to upload my app for three days now.
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15:43:02  <nathan7>legomind: Have you tried increasing your timeout as the error says?
15:43:12  <legomind>yes i did.
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15:43:36  <legomind>and i even tried using somebody elses internet
15:43:49  <legomind>I'm on a mac, no firewall
15:43:59  <legomind>and i disabled my antivirus web shield
15:44:03  <nathan7>And you're using jitsu 0.12.10-2?
15:44:10  <nathan7>which node version?
15:44:23  <legomind>jitsu -v
15:44:23  <legomind>0.12.10-2
15:44:27  <legomind>node -v
15:44:28  <legomind>v0.8.19
15:44:28  <yawnt>legomind: could you run a speedtest?
15:44:42  <yawnt>http://www.speedtest.net/
15:45:35  <legomind>http://www.speedtest.net/result/2651911774.png
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15:45:41  <legomind>I'm on a business class connection
15:46:46  <yawnt>legomind: are you on in a company network?
15:46:51  <legomind>no.
15:46:54  <legomind>my own
15:47:09  <yawnt>weird
15:47:13  <legomind>yea.
15:47:16  <yawnt>mind running "jitsu deploy --debug"
15:47:21  <yawnt>and posting the output here?
15:47:22  <legomind>ok one minute
15:47:30  <yawnt>thank you :
15:47:31  <yawnt>:)
15:48:08  <legomind>thank you. I appreciate the immediate assist. I have a client waiting on this app.
15:49:49  <legomind>i believe somebody here yesterday told me that jitsu respects .gitignore?
15:50:06  <yawnt>legomind: it was me, yes it does
15:50:19  <yawnt>legomind: but if you have a .npmignore too, that will be used
15:50:54  <legomind>is there a way to disable that? I have a folder that i do not want in my git repo, but is neccicary for my app to run.
15:51:17  <yawnt>legomind: add a .npmignore
15:51:20  <yawnt>a blank file
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15:51:35  <yawnt>jitsu will use that instead of the gitignore
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15:51:50  <legomind>great
15:51:53  <legomind>thnx
15:53:15  <legomind>https://gist.github.com/legomind/5b2ebd12db400dc3a739
15:53:24  <legomind>here is the debug output
15:54:27  <yawnt>legomind: also "jitsu config get timeout" what outputs?
15:54:46  <yawnt>exit
15:54:52  <yawnt>wops wrong window
15:54:53  <yawnt>;D
15:55:30  <legomind>https://gist.github.com/legomind/f37910f9eaf9efdb0fa0
15:55:33  <legomind>here you are
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15:55:58  <yawnt>legomind: "jitsu config set timeout 240000"
15:56:06  <yawnt>and retry please :)
15:56:13  <legomind>kay
15:56:29  <legomind>running...
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16:01:34  <legomind>https://gist.github.com/legomind/94d42db0b350333dd949
16:01:42  <legomind>it uploaded this time...
16:01:45  <legomind>it just didn't work
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16:03:45  <nathan7>wait a sec
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16:04:05  <nathan7>Your app is 48MB
16:04:06  <legomind>ok
16:04:14  <nathan7>legomind: Are you including a lot of static assets or something?
16:04:24  <nathan7>because a 48MB app is unlikely to fare well, yeah
16:04:32  <legomind>no. not that i know of give a second
16:05:46  <legomind>oh, there are some hi res images in my static folder.
16:06:01  <legomind>i can size them down a bit, but I do need them somewhat large
16:06:18  <nathan7>It's usually a better idea to put those on a CDN
16:06:35  <legomind>ok. thats not a problem.
16:06:49  <legomind>ill delete them and try again.
16:07:27  <hlavko_>hello. i am trying to deploy my https+express+socket.io app but it is returning 502 bad gateway response, however on localhost it is working correctly. anyone experienced something similar ?
16:07:54  <legomind>are you using ssl?
16:08:06  <yawnt>legomind: so the error you're getting now
16:08:10  <jcrugzz>hlavko_: what is your username/appname?
16:08:18  <yawnt>is not related to the timeout which was fixed by just increasing it
16:08:23  <legomind>no.
16:08:25  <yawnt>it's jsdom failing to compile properly
16:08:28  <legomind>not that i can see
16:08:51  <legomind>yes but jsdom compile find on my machines when i delete the node_modules folder and run nom install
16:09:00  <hlavko_>jcrugzz: hlavko/nescio-server
16:09:08  <legomind>yawnt: comiles finee
16:09:18  <yawnt>legomind: yes but you're not using our same stack i take ;)
16:09:23  <yawnt>compilation is OS/hardware dependent
16:09:26  <legomind>true
16:09:28  <legomind>:)
16:09:41  <hlavko_>legomind: yes, i am using ssl
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16:09:56  <legomind>hlavko_: with self signed certs?
16:10:14  <nathan7>hlavko_: if you're trying to use the https module - don't do that, we handle the SSL for you
16:10:27  <legomind>hlavko_: thats my point.
16:10:31  <hlavko_>legomind: no, generated from StartSSL
16:10:43  <starcount>Hi. I keep getting 401 Not Authorized when I try to deploy.
16:10:50  <starcount>I jitsu logout
16:11:00  <legomind>hlavko_: do what nathan7 said
16:11:00  <starcount>And jitsu login
16:11:02  <starcount>every time
16:11:11  <nathan7>okay that's bad
16:11:12  <starcount>but makes no difference
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16:11:27  <starcount>Got logged out of webops too.
16:11:27  <hlavko_>nathan7, legomind: ok, i will try, thx
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16:12:21  <jcrugzz>starcount: can you not login to webops?
16:13:35  <starcount>I can.
16:13:42  <starcount>But it has logged me out a few times today
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16:14:01  <starcount>Can't deploy now and I have a broken app.
16:14:16  <jcrugzz>starcount: make sure you have the newest jitsu
16:14:23  <jcrugzz>and try logging in again
16:14:26  <jcrugzz>that is quite odd
16:14:47  <starcount>I have the latest jitsu. Just installed it yesterday.
16:15:13  <starcount>But I'll try again.
16:15:20  <jcrugzz>starcount: can you show me the output of a jitsu login followed by a `jitsu deploy --debug`?
16:15:31  <starcount>Sure.
16:15:38  <legomind>yawnt: without the images i get this: https://gist.github.com/legomind/d957a676c4c39cf5afcf
16:16:41  <yawnt>legomind: looking
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16:17:52  <yawnt>legomind: do not deploy please
16:18:03  <yawnt>i'm checking the output
16:18:03  <legomind>yawnt: ?
16:18:15  <legomind>yawnt: ok. got it.
16:18:18  <yawnt>checking the error you got :)
16:18:25  <legomind>yawnt: no touching. :)
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16:19:10  <starcount>Ok, it worked at the 5th time of trying. Annoying! :)
16:20:19  <jcrugzz>starcount: Yea that does not seem right, I'm glad it finallt worked though! so it was unauthorized until the 5th try?
16:20:35  <starcount>Ok. It seems to have resolved itself now. Not sure what was going on there. I updated jitsu, so maybe that was it?
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16:20:55  <hlavko_>nathan7, legomind: thx, it works now. i did not realize that you implictly provide https support. but what in case i want to setup custom domain name?
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16:22:04  <jcrugzz>starcount: good possibility
16:22:12  <hlavko_>because your certificate does not match url
16:22:18  <legomind>hlavko_: glad its working now. I wouldn't know about ssl on a custom domain.
16:22:21  <starcount>Ok. Now I have another problem, which may or may not be our code...
16:22:27  <starcount>Site is hanging... http://staging.core.starcount.jit.su/
16:22:29  <jcrugzz>starcount: sup?
16:22:44  <hlavko_>nathan7, legomind: because your certificate does not match my url. it is possible to solve it somehow ?
16:22:48  <starcount>That was why I was deploying. Nothing in the logs (papertrail).
16:23:01  <starcount>I'll get socket hangup in a minute.
16:23:05  <starcount>Any ideas?
16:23:22  <nathan7>hlavko_: Business plan users can set up custom SSL
16:23:33  <jcrugzz>starcount: is this app starcount/staging-core? or what is it
16:23:43  <starcount>Ah, interestingly, my latest snapshot wasn't activated.
16:24:09  <starcount>Yes.
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16:24:35  <hlavko_>nathan7, legomind: thx!
16:24:45  <starcount>But no error on deploy.
16:24:50  <starcount>I've seen that before.
16:25:11  <starcount>Just running jitsu snapshots activate
16:26:31  <yawnt>legomind: can you change engines to
16:26:34  <jcrugzz>starcount: let me know if you are able to activate it
16:27:12  <yawnt>`"engines": { "node": "0.8.x" }`
16:27:14  <yawnt>legomind: ^ ?
16:27:21  <legomind>yawnt: sure
16:27:29  <yawnt>legomind: that's the correct syntax
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16:28:23  <starcount_>@jcrugzz: nope
16:28:27  <starcount_>401 not auth
16:28:28  <starcount_>again
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16:28:48  <jcrugzz>starcount_: whattt. do you have another person using your account as well?
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16:30:31  <starcount_>Yes. I actually meant to ask about that...
16:30:49  <starcount_>How do I enable other users to access the apps?
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16:31:14  <starcount_>Schoolboy error. Never even occurred to me.
16:31:24  <nathan7>starcount_: You can set the API key name
16:31:32  <nathan7>a moment
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16:31:53  <starcount_>?
16:32:02  <starcount_>Point me to the docs.
16:32:03  <nathan7>jitsu config set apiTokenName joe
16:32:15  <nathan7>this is badly documented
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16:32:35  <nathan7>the default token name is jitsu
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16:33:31  <starcount_>I don't have time to look at this at the moment. I'll come back to it. At least I know what the issue is.
16:33:56  <nathan7>starcount_: the procedure is jitsu logout && jitsu config set apiTokenName something-unique && jitsu login
16:34:07  <starcount_>Ok, cool.
16:34:12  <nathan7>starcount_: as long as you use different token names, you'll be fine
16:34:21  <starcount_>Ah, ok. I see.
16:34:36  <starcount_>I'll sort that out.
16:34:46  <nathan7>[=
16:34:56  <yawnt>legomind: you can try redeploying now :)
16:35:10  <legomind>yawnt: ok. will do.
16:36:45  <legomind>yawnt: https://gist.github.com/legomind/c5967da09fbfcfe9823a
16:36:52  <legomind>yawnt: what now?
16:37:09  <legomind>yawnt: co-generators is in the npm registry
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16:37:28  <legomind>yawnt: and it does not need to compile. it is a native module
16:37:44  <yawnt>legomind: add it to "dependencies" :)
16:37:57  <nathan7>it's a devDependency
16:38:10  <nathan7>we don't install devDependencies, they're things that are unnecessary in production
16:38:24  <legomind>yawnt: wow. i feel like an idot. why did it put that there???
16:38:32  <yawnt>legomind: haha it happens
16:38:43  <yawnt>legomind: 8 hours straight coding and i've done waaay worse ;)
16:39:10  <legomind>yawnt: :)
16:39:41  <legomind>yawnt: I should sleep.
16:39:51  <legomind>yawnt: haven't done that in a few days!
16:39:58  <yawnt>legomind: welcome to the club D:
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17:00:51  <booyaa>which of the two mongodb providers that you recommend is nearer to indie plan datacentre? mongohq or mongolab?
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17:02:03  <jcrugzz>booyaa: i think they are both within joyent-us-east-1
17:02:28  <jcrugzz>well i am fairly certain
17:02:34  <jcrugzz>so it shouldnt matter
17:02:34  <booyaa>cool thanks
17:02:47  <booyaa>i really should do someone speed tests
17:02:52  <booyaa>-one
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17:15:05  <starcount>I'm deploying but my app isn't activating the latest snapshot. And I'm not getting any errors. Won't manually activate either.
17:15:10  <starcount>Driving me up the wall!
17:15:20  <starcount>starcount/activity-staging
17:15:40  <legomind>starcount: check your package.json under scripts make sure your start command is valid.
17:15:43  <legomind>that was my issue
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17:16:50  <rvafletch_afk>hey, does the business plan offer, or do you plan to offer, multiple user access?
17:18:28  <starcount>Nope, that's not it. I'm on my 145th deploy, it's not changed. And I checked it anyway, it's fine.
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17:19:22  <starcount>I've had this before. It fixed itself but I don't think the underlying reason was found.
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17:22:39  <jcrugzz>starcount: yea let me see
17:24:29  <jcrugzz>rvafletch_afk: for now I would just make an account and have the account info shared in some secure manner. We dont currently offer that but possibly in the future. Id recommend checking out nodejitsu.uservoice.com where you can voice that want :)
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17:26:58  <rvafletch>jcrugzz: Cool, I'll do that. I would be great for large organizations that have IT depts with Napoleon complexes =)
17:27:58  <starcount>jcrugzz: Thanks, let me know. I'm blocked right now.
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17:32:14  <grexican>hey everyone. firstime jitsu deployer here. Having trouble running web servers. Should I be able to 'http.createServer' on any old port?
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17:32:42  <nathan7>grexican: Yep
17:32:43  <jcrugzz>grexican: yes you can listen on any port above 1024 and less than 9000 i believe
17:32:45  <starcount>grexican: Higher than 1024 or 80, I believe.
17:32:48  <grexican>trying something with socket.io, non-standard ports. On local machine, everything works. Deployed, my client can't connect. Error: connect ECONNREFUSED
17:32:57  <nathan7>grexican: ah
17:33:04  <grexican>trying on port 1337
17:33:08  <nathan7>grexican: did you disable flashsockets?
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17:33:35  <grexican>well, it's not in my packages file... does that disable it!? :P
17:33:39  <nathan7>grexican: in socket.io
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17:33:57  <nathan7>Enabled by default and it causes it to listen on 843 with a flash policy file server
17:33:58  <grexican>don't think so. Also I'm doing node cliekt to server. I'm not using a web client in this case
17:34:09  <grexican>no I didn't disable it
17:34:58  <nathan7>oh, nvm
17:35:06  <nathan7>it is disabled by default
17:35:10  <nathan7>grexican: user/appname?
17:35:17  <jcrugzz>starcount: got it
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17:36:12  <starcount>@jcrugzz: ?
17:36:24  <jcrugzz>your latest snapshot is running
17:36:26  <starcount>@jcrugzz hit me with the deets
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17:36:58  <grexican>I'm running two types of servers: one on 1337 (http + socket.io). and one on 1338. It doesn't look like I'm able to get through to either, neither with my client.js nor with hitting it with a browser
17:36:59  <jcrugzz>there are some bad drones over there that need to be cleaned up. Im going to spawn some new ones so there wont be more issues (ideally)
17:37:03  <jcrugzz>starcount ^^
17:37:04  <starcount>If I deploy now, will it work? I need to set a schedule time in the config.
17:37:17  <starcount>Ok, I'll try again, then.
17:37:34  <nathan7>grexican: That might mess things up
17:37:49  <nathan7>grexican: Hook everything up to one HTTP server
17:39:03  <grexican>why would that mess things up? with how the cloud/drone deployment works? I ideally want to expose a few different ports with my deployed app. Though if push comes to shove I think I can work it all through one.
17:39:08  <grexican>let me at least try taking out those other servers and see if it helps
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17:41:52  <grexican>nathan7: hrmm no that won't work for me. I do need them separate. I can hack it for a quick test to see if it helps. But in the end I'll need separate ports
17:42:55  <nathan7>grexican: then deploy two apps
17:43:08  <grexican>nathan7: can you explain the limitation?
17:43:23  <starcount>@jcrugzz Now I'm getting "socket hang up". Amsterdam has been a clusterfuck all day today.
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17:43:51  <jcrugzz>tarcount: let me clean some of these up
17:43:54  <jcrugzz>starcount*
17:43:56  <nathan7>grexican: You can only run one HTTP server
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17:44:07  <nathan7>grexican: we have no way of knowing where to route your app's requests
17:44:15  <starcount>Ok, thanks. I'm up against it today, it seems. Yep, 3x socket hang up.
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17:44:43  <jcrugzz>starcount: yea that'll be from hitting bad drones
17:45:02  <starcount>ETA?
17:45:49  <jcrugzz>starcount: wont be long, like 5-10
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17:48:35  <starcount>@jcrugzz Cool, good man.
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17:57:37  <jcrugzz>starcount: should be good now, give it a go
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18:02:47  <starcount>On it.
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18:13:49  <starcount>@jcrugzz: cheers, that worked. Fingers crossed AMS is good now :)
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18:14:13  <jcrugzz>starcount: should be :). Let me know if you run into anything else
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18:36:12  <starcount>@jcrugzz Just deployed another site, didn't activate... starcount/core-staging
18:36:36  <jcrugzz>starcount: ok 1 second
18:39:16  <jcrugzz>starcount: is nodetime in your package.json dependencies?
18:40:44  <jcrugzz>i got an error that it couldnt find that module
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18:40:57  <jcrugzz>and ill brb, nathan7 will help you if you have any questions :)
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18:42:29  <starcount_>@jcruggzz: thanks. Sorted. Why no error on deploy?
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18:56:50  <mcarter>Is the jitsu npm package having issues today?
18:58:05  <nathan7>How so?
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18:58:39  <mcarter>npm ERR! cb() never called!
18:58:39  <mcarter>npm ERR! not ok code 0
18:58:40  <mcarter>Toward the end of upgrading, npm throws:
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19:08:52  <mcarter>@nathan7 I don't have to remove the jitsu package before re-installing it, do I? I didn't see it in the documentation so I presumed that wasn't necessary
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19:13:09  <nathan7>mcarter: should work just fine, yeah
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19:15:25  <mcarter>interesting, it just worked without throwing an error. I guess npm could of been having a small hiccup or two
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19:17:17  <nathan7>npm has those, yeah
19:17:20  <nathan7>I wish I could fix them all :(
19:17:30  <nathan7>oh, a cb not called
19:17:40  <nathan7>are you using the latest npm?
19:18:53  <mcarter>1.2.14 and node 0.10.0
19:20:57  <nathan7>ah
19:21:02  <nathan7>0.10.0 is bugged
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19:23:00  <mcarter>is it?
19:23:08  <mcarter>im upgrading to .10.4 atm
19:23:11  <nathan7>It kind of broke npm
19:23:16  <mcarter>oh, nice
19:23:17  <nathan7>we did some magic in npm to work around it
19:23:32  <nathan7>and I think node itself got some fixin' too
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20:08:27  <booyaa>`3rdEden++ re: thor would be nice to see that be the standard tool for websockets like ab is for plain old http ;)
20:09:55  <`3rdEden>booyaa: yeah definitely
20:10:07  <`3rdEden>we need more ws related tooling
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20:35:34  <starcount_>Hi.
20:35:42  <jcrugzz>starcount_: whats up?
20:35:44  <starcount_>I have an odd issue.
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20:36:05  <jcrugzz>whats going on
20:36:13  <starcount_>So, I have a set of drones listening for messages from RabbitMQ.
20:36:27  <starcount_>When they get a message, they process it.
20:36:37  <starcount_>And generate a score from a definition file.
20:36:55  <starcount_>To simplify, the scores have changed.
20:37:18  <starcount_>But I'm now getting some data being generated with the old score, and some with the new score.
20:37:31  <starcount_>Which leads me to think that...
20:37:44  <jcrugzz>starcount_: hmmm so there may be some zombies running eh?
20:37:47  <starcount_>I might have a zombie somewhere still listening.
20:37:53  <starcount_>Feasible?
20:38:05  <jcrugzz>let me look into it
20:38:06  <starcount_>starcount/core-staging
20:38:13  <starcount_>Excellent, thanks.
20:38:48  <starcount_>I've got zombie issues on the other side - Julian was looking into it. Background processes (using node-schedule) still listening after being dry-docked.
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20:41:54  <starcount_>I have to say - if this is a zombie issue, then we've got a significant problem, I guess, no?
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20:42:40  <starcount_>Because I can't rely on the latest version of my code being the only one that is active. Maybe it isn't a zombie, though. What do you do when you dry-dock a server?
20:42:48  <jcrugzz>starcount_: just took out the zombies
20:44:01  <jcrugzz>We are currently working on a different strategy for deploys that should cause much much less of this
20:44:12  <jcrugzz>ideally none of it :P
20:44:48  <julianduque>sweet :)
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20:46:05  <starcount_>Excellent, thanks.
20:46:11  <starcount_>None of it would be good.
20:46:25  <starcount_>Why would this happen, out of interest?
20:49:56  <julianduque>starcount_: better strategy for deploys, less memory footprint on the drones, improve performance, more control
20:49:59  <julianduque>hehe
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21:00:53  <julianduque>starcount_: but, i'm not 100% sure on how zombies exists.. maybe keep alive process that doesn't get killed (listening/handling Signal calls)
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21:06:09  <starcount_>Ok, cool. What's the prognosis for ensuring they are killed/don't exist in the future? At the moment, that's the number one worry I have before we go live (on Friday).
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21:07:27  <julianduque>starcount_: we are automating the zombie killing process, but, with the new deploy strategy that will be eliminated
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21:07:52  <julianduque>i don't have an ETA yet but that is priority
21:10:45  <starcount_>I think I still have zombies.
21:11:04  <starcount_>I've re-running my process and I'm getting old scores (and new).
21:11:26  <starcount_>Entirely feasible that there are a lot of the fuckers hanging around. We've been deploying a lot.
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21:12:39  <julianduque>starcount_: core-staging right?
21:13:04  <starcount_>Thats right.
21:13:10  <julianduque>let me check
21:13:39  <starcount_>I'm looking at my AMQP connections, but I'm not certain about which connections to kill. Maybe I should just kill all of them and start again.
21:13:46  <starcount_>Thanks.
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21:14:23  <julianduque>I will search the zombie, let me do the magic here :)
21:15:04  <starcount_>Thanks. Axe to the head.
21:15:22  <jcrugzz>shotgun is way more fun ;)
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21:16:02  <starcount_>That works. I'd be in with the flamethrower.
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21:22:07  <julianduque>starcount_: I think they were killed, can you confirm please?
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21:24:03  <starcount_>I'll give it a whirl.
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21:27:48  <starcount_>I think you killed all my servers :)
21:27:49  <starcount_>http://staging.core.starcount.jit.su/fan/51658ed1caf72d7127000002
21:28:35  <starcount_>Yep, jitsu restart gives this... Error: Cannot restart application that is not running.
21:28:40  <julianduque>oh
21:28:42  <julianduque>wth
21:28:53  <starcount_>I've run jitsu start.
21:29:28  <starcount_>500. I'll deploy again.
21:29:44  <starcount_>Tricky business, zombie killing. Delicate :)
21:30:10  <julianduque>that shouldn't happens
21:31:29  <starcount_>Error: tar exited with code: 2 error: at ChildProcess.Tar.init (/root/haibu-orchestra/node_modules/haibu/lib/haibu/repositories/tar.js:57:25)
21:32:10  <julianduque>starcount_: can you create a gist with the full log
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21:32:33  <carmbrecht>what's up guys
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21:33:49  <julianduque>starcount_: its running now right?
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21:34:22  <starcount_>Just redeployed it.
21:35:29  <starcount_>Working now. Let's see if the zombies are gone too... (assuming that is the problem of course, and not my code - but I think not :) )
21:35:33  <julianduque>starcount_: sorry for that... the killing zombie process were too much
21:35:48  <starcount_>No worries.
21:37:19  <starcount_>Of course, I'm still getting bogus results. I'm going to have to put some logging in to confirm what I think. Annoying, but all in a day's work...
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21:38:10  <julianduque>starcount_: i think is not your code but a dependency, can you give me auth to lurk into the code and deps by myself?
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21:38:57  <starcount_>Absolutely, go for it.
21:39:07  <starcount_>Thanks.
21:39:11  <Slaytorson>Is it possible to run PHP on nodejitsu?
21:39:34  <julianduque>Slaytorson: not possible, only node.js web apps
21:41:04  <Slaytorson>@julianduque thanks! I've been looking at app fog and nodejitsu and app fog doesn't seem production ready, if you ask me. Very slick interface but seems like they have issue after issue, according to twitter.
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21:47:26  <jcrugzz>Slaytorson: if you are interested in trying out our service id check out https://www.nodejitsu.com/getting-started/
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21:48:42  <wilsonpage>My app is 404ing for some reason, can anyone help?
21:49:34  <jcrugzz>wilsonpage: username/appname?
21:49:56  <wilsonpage>wilsonpage/tunetub
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21:53:33  <mmalecki>http://tunetub.nodejitsu.com/ - works for me, wilsonpage?
21:55:04  <jcrugzz>wilsonpage: should be all set
21:55:22  <wilsonpage>It seems subdomains are no longer working
21:55:28  <jcrugzz>?
21:55:36  <wilsonpage>http://foo.tunetub.jit.su
21:55:41  <mmalecki>wilsonpage: you mean x.tunetub.nodejitsu.com?
21:56:08  <wilsonpage>Yep
21:57:04  <mmalecki>wilsonpage: this is caused by our new LB architecture. should be fixed shortly, we probably underestimated how many people use that.
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21:57:47  <wilsonpage>Ah right, my app basically runs off subdomains.
21:57:54  <wilsonpage>Each group is a subdomain
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22:20:29  <kenperkins>hey cronopio, cronopio[phone]
22:20:32  <kenperkins>sorry about this morning
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22:25:40  <starcount_>julianduque - can you let me know via email, where you get to with the zombie hunting? Do you want me to raise a ticket? I think there's one still open, right?
22:25:51  <starcount_>I'm off to bed.
22:26:10  <julianduque>starcount_: I will use the one open
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22:27:52  <starcount_>thanks
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22:28:17  <starcount_>Do I have visibility of that issue? Zendesk? or equivalent?
22:29:38  <julianduque>starcount_: Zendesk #12952
22:30:13  <starcount_>Thanks
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22:34:33  <jaha1>any suggestions on debugging a rising RSS but a steady heap? my app keeps hitting the +250mb mark and hanging for a bit before resetting
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22:35:38  <jaha1>im watching it increase on nodefly but cant pinpoint the problem
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23:18:43  <niftylettuce>Anyone here familiar with node-http-proxy? It looks like nodejitsu itself uses the module
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23:18:56  <mmalecki>we do, in fact!
23:19:11  <niftylettuce>I'm having trouble setting up a simple HTTPS proxy on port 443 which proxys to various domains with their own CA/CERT/KEY pairs
23:19:24  <mmalecki>niftylettuce: you're going to need SNICallback
23:19:35  <niftylettuce>mmalecki: yes, but IE doesn't support SNI
23:19:55  <niftylettuce>mmalecki: and thus in node 0.10.x if I don't pass an https.key .cert .ca then it doesn't work at all
23:20:29  <niftylettuce>mmalecki: e.g. try https://getprove.com, or https://teelaunch.com -- it works fine ... but then try it a non-SNI browser
23:20:34  <mmalecki>niftylettuce: well, no way to do it then
23:20:45  <mmalecki>SNI is the only way this can be supported
23:21:03  <mmalecki>unless you are proxying to specific domain, in which case a wildcard cert would help
23:21:13  <mmalecki>also, newest IE supports SNI
23:21:13  <niftylettuce>yeah I am proxying to specific domains
23:21:25  <mmalecki>niftylettuce: all under one domain?
23:21:33  <mmalecki>like, a.domain.com, b.domain.com?
23:21:44  <niftylettuce>no, under one IP
23:22:14  <mmalecki>no way to do it without SNI, then, I'm afraid
23:22:29  <mmalecki>I'm a huge fan of telling people using old IE to get an actual browser
23:22:53  <niftylettuce>even IE8 doesn't work
23:23:02  <niftylettuce>and Windows XP can only go up to IE8
23:23:06  <niftylettuce>so thats like, a huge customer base
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23:23:41  <mmalecki>niftylettuce: firefox, chrome and opera support win xp tho
23:24:11  <niftylettuce>mmalecki: here's my simple setup https://gist.github.com/anonymous/28e4378a98fd37c4c9e7
23:24:24  <mmalecki>unless you go with http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SubjectAltName
23:24:36  <niftylettuce>ignore missing commas crap in that gist
23:25:25  <mmalecki>niftylettuce: you can't pass an array/object. the thing is, SNI is a mechanism, not a node API.
23:25:27  <niftylettuce>mmalecki: so the only other way to do this is with individual servers for each, or SubjectAltNames?
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23:25:35  <mmalecki>yeah
23:25:48  <niftylettuce>and I can't get SubjectAltNames without having to buy new SSL certs i think, eff.
23:25:49  <mmalecki>we use SNI tho and are happy with it
23:26:04  <mmalecki>niftylettuce: why not tell people to get an actual browser?
23:26:05  <mmalecki>or OS?
23:26:13  <niftylettuce>well I can't do that if I can't even get them on my damn site
23:26:29  <niftylettuce>they just get error and can't connect...
23:26:29  <mmalecki>niftylettuce: oh, you can :)
23:26:37  <mmalecki>use http at first
23:26:45  <mmalecki>then redirect to https if it's possible
23:26:56  <mmalecki>but oh, actually, people will link to https anyway
23:26:57  <mmalecki>hmm
23:27:07  <niftylettuce>i have https and then if user types http it redirects to https
23:27:20  <mmalecki>right
23:28:32  <niftylettuce>not sure why the proxy doesn't work though
23:28:36  <niftylettuce>the router obj
23:28:39  <niftylettuce>that should do it?
23:29:32  <mmalecki>I mean, you're redirecting everything to 6000, what are you seeing?
23:29:48  <niftylettuce>no ignore that, so for example site2 goes to 7000
23:30:20  <niftylettuce>i just rewrote that quickly as example
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23:30:42  <niftylettuce>weird. now it's working?
23:30:43  <niftylettuce>wtf
23:30:47  <mmalecki>hah :)
23:31:17  <niftylettuce>oh so I see, the problem is here with 0.10.x
23:31:30  <niftylettuce>that's right. b/c I had to specify in https not only the SNICallback but also a default key/cert/ca pair
23:31:55  <niftylettuce>in https object* -- https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy/issues/399
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23:44:56  <Regan>Hello - I would like to run a load test on my application. Is there a prescribed way of doing this in nodejitsu? I am using Blitz.io right now.
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23:48:39  <CoryG89>I received an e-mail the other night saying that my open source application http://github.com/CoryG89/Get24 was approved for a drone and that it was now enabled. I am paying for a micro instance currently so there should be another available but I only when I log into my control panel at webops.nodejitsu it says that I am currently using 1 out of 1 drones for Get24. Is it possible that this value may not be updated or should I b
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23:49:59  <julianduque>CoryG89: try to deploy a new one with jitsu
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23:50:49  <CoryG89>Ok, yeah I'll admit I haven't actually tried to deploy one yet, I'll do that now.
23:52:03  <julianduque>Regan: point to your subdomain and share the results if you want to :)
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23:58:41  <Regan>Julian: I went ahead and ran it, and the results were a bit poor. I was getting timeouts on a pretty simple app at lower user levels. When I checked the site during the test, it returned a 403 - client denied by server configuration.
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