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00:00:07  <mmalecki>kenperkins: merged v0.1 of hock, publishing now
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00:00:48  <kenperkins>w3wt
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00:03:49  <mmalecki>kenperkins: what's your npm handle?
00:04:11  <mmalecki>also, w00t, open source! https://github.com/mmalecki/hock
00:05:19  <kenperkins>hmm I can't remember
00:05:20  <kenperkins>looking
00:06:34  <kenperkins>I guess it's 'kperkins'
00:07:56  <kenperkins>I guess I have both kenperkins and kperkins :D
00:08:01  <kenperkins>I'll fix that later, use 'kperkins' for now
00:08:57  <mmalecki>sure, you're added :)
00:09:23  <pksunkara>hey mmalecki
00:09:28  <pksunkara>how you doing?
00:09:46  <mmalecki>pksunkara: great, chilling. how are you?
00:10:00  <pksunkara>relaxing :)
00:10:19  <pksunkara>my academics are almost finished :D
00:10:38  <mmalecki>pksunkara: oh, nice! how did your exams go?
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00:12:35  <pksunkara>mmalecki: final project, no exams this semester
00:12:46  <pksunkara>finished the project today
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00:16:20  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/rackspace/pkgcloud/compare/d72745e3aca5...ce36b6dfbe36
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00:16:44  <mmalecki>pksunkara: sweet!
00:16:48  <mmalecki>what's your project?
00:18:58  <kenperkins>how about that, the build was fixed :D
00:19:08  <mmalecki>kenperkins: you rock
00:19:14  <mmalecki>kenperkins: is it consistent?
00:19:31  <kenperkins>absent one actual call out to couchIris that occasionally times out (which I'll fix)
00:19:32  <kenperkins>yes
00:20:00  <mmalecki>kenperkins: iriscouch API does that sometimes
00:20:23  <kenperkins>irisCouch rather
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00:20:43  <kenperkins>hardcoding is bad mmmmkay: https://github.com/nodejitsu/pkgcloud/blob/master/lib/pkgcloud/iriscouch/database/client/index.js#L147-L173
00:21:06  <mmalecki>hahahah
00:21:16  <mmalecki>well, true :)
00:21:21  <kenperkins>I'll fix it
00:21:28  <kenperkins>getting these tests redone is like 90% of the challenge
00:21:31  <mmalecki>kenperkins: btw, we should add random latency feature
00:21:41  <kenperkins>eh?
00:21:55  <mmalecki>like, server responds after random interval
00:22:10  <mmalecki>to detect inconsistent/time-dependent tests
00:22:12  <kenperkins>ah to hock
00:22:15  <kenperkins>sorry was confused
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00:24:35  <kenperkins>hm, only touched 71 files
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00:31:46  <kenperkins>I'll submit PR after dinner
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00:32:13  <mmalecki>kenperkins: sure
00:32:26  <mmalecki>kenperkins: not gonna work on this stuff today, have stuff to code
00:32:30  <mmalecki>(personal)
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00:38:50  <kenperkins>mmalecki: i meant for pkgcloud
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00:41:25  <mmalecki>kenperkins: got it
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01:27:59  <coinification>is it possible to utilize the https/ssl certificate i have on me.jit.su for my page hosted on another domain? am i even right in thinking that this certificate is active and supposed to be used?
01:28:57  <julianduque>the certificate is only valid for *.jit.su or *.nodejitsu.com domains
01:29:03  <julianduque>so you can't use it for another domain
01:29:24  <julianduque>you need to acquire your own certificate and uploaded to the platform (business plans feature)
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01:46:06  <coinification>julianduque: thanks :) does this mean that i can use ssl over me.jit.su for socket.io?
01:46:06  <coinification>or will that be treated as cross domain origin?
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01:50:53  <julianduque>coinification: you can use ssl just append https:// and it's done
01:51:56  <coinification>awesome :) will test that later, thanks a lot :)
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02:10:29  <ylaassel>julianduque: Hey Julian! Sorry I had to go. Just got back. Are you still here?
02:11:07  <julianduque>ylaassel: yes
02:11:28  <julianduque>ylaassel: try destroying the bad snaptshot and deploy the new one
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02:13:04  <Sakuras>how intall depencies for example socket.io and mongodb in jitsu ?
02:13:40  <julianduque>Sakuras: with npm install --save (to add the dep to package.json)
02:15:13  <ylaassel>julianduque: Ok, will try that out. Thanks!
02:17:22  <ylaassel>julianduqye: Is there a way to do it without destroying the snapshot? Because I'd like to be able to go back to it.
02:17:42  <ylaassel>julianduque: Is there a way to do it without destroying the snapshot? Because I'd like to be able to go back to it.
02:19:13  <ylaassel>julianduque: It seems like there is a problem deploying something with a lower version number than what's current.
02:19:18  <Sakuras>in local is perfect, but i need deploy with "jitsu deploy" and ERROR(500)
02:19:47  <julianduque>Sakuras: can you create a gist with your package.json and `jitsu deploy --debug` output
02:20:22  <julianduque>ylaassel: I think so, I will file an issue in our api to investigate it
02:22:07  <ylaassel>julianduque: Sounds good. Because sometimes one may just want to deploy an old version to archive for later use.
02:22:52  <julianduque>ylaassel: added to feature requests
02:23:58  <Sakuras>correctly in the package.json plus I'm using mongodb, which should change in server.js to work?
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02:24:30  <julianduque>Sakuras: use a remote mongodb instance, you can create one with `jitsu databases create mongo`
02:25:02  <ylaassel>julianduque: Thanks. Also, one more thing. Is there a way to view/list the current files of the app?
02:25:28  <julianduque>ylaassel: no, is not, another good feature request :)
02:25:44  <julianduque>ylaassel: but you can fetch the snapshot and check it by yourself
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02:27:24  <ylaassel>julianduque: Ah I see. Yeah, that'd be a nice addition. :)
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02:33:57  <Sakuras>well, now not that mongodb error but should I set that fails socket.io 'socket hang up'
02:35:17  <julianduque>Sakuras: can you create a gist with package.json and output error please :)
02:35:21  <julianduque>I will take a look
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02:53:18  <ylaassel>julianduque: Something weird happened. I was trying to deploy a brand new app but kept resulting in a 500 error over and over. I just changed the order of the "version" line in package.json, and the deployment worked.
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02:53:45  <ylaassel>julianduque: Just an FYI.
02:55:22  <julianduque>ylaassel: hmm weird
02:57:34  <ylaassel>julianduque: "version" was preceding "scripts" in order. I just put "scripts" before "version", and it suddenly worked.
02:57:46  <julianduque>ylaassel: hmm I will try to reproduce the error
03:01:42  <ylaassel>julianduque: Alright.
03:02:13  <ylaassel>julianduque: Is there a difference between "jitsu deploy" and "jitsu apps deploy"?
03:02:36  <julianduque>ylaassel: it's weird, i think the error is unrelated to the position of the properties
03:02:46  <julianduque>ylaassel: no, jitsu deploy is an alias
03:03:56  <ylaassel>julianduque: Alright then. I may or may not have been using "jitsu deploy" and "jitsu apps deploy" interchangeably. :/
03:05:08  <ylaassel>Oh wait. You said there is no difference, I thougt they were and the problem might be because of that. Sorry.
03:05:45  <julianduque>no, they are the same
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03:18:22  <kenperkins>cronopio around?
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03:42:22  <coinification>could someone take a look at this gist?
03:42:22  <coinification>https://gist.github.com/manarius/5493611
03:42:22  <coinification>its a 500 error whilst deploying,
03:42:22  <coinification>line 256: ERR! cb() never called!
03:42:22  <coinification>jitsu deploy --noanalyze deploys successfully
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03:44:15  <julianduque>coinification: if you delete your node_module folder and type `npm install` it works?
03:44:35  <ljharb>if package.json is set up right, yes
03:44:37  <coinification>yeah it does. i have a fork of stylus in there that i reference by git url though
03:45:04  <coinification>thats the only thing special in there i think, no npm links or something like that
03:45:14  <julianduque>that seems like a weird npm bug
03:45:38  <julianduque>coinification: try to have fixed version numbers on the deps
03:45:56  <coinification>since --noanalyze is working its no problem, i just saw quite a few people today that mentioned 500 errors and thought a gist of such a log might help
03:46:35  <coinification>i will try fixed version numbers, shouldnt use latest packages in production anyways (blush)
03:46:45  <julianduque>coinification: ok :)
03:46:53  <julianduque>and come back if still a problem
03:47:00  <coinification>i will :)
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03:54:28  <coinification>just exchanged the latest to version numbers, nodejitsu is ok now :)
03:54:36  <julianduque>coinification: awesome!
03:54:37  <julianduque>:)
03:55:00  <coinification>added the dependencies as a comment, node_modules from custom git urls work flawlessly, its definitely the version numbers.
03:55:00  <coinification>https://gist.github.com/manarius/5493611
03:57:11  <coinification>thanks for the help, i would have tried to remove bcrypt and that git url first and maybe some other stuff before trying the version numbers, plus it got me to finally know that my dependencies will work in the future, i just was too lazy to change till now :)
03:57:37  <julianduque>coinification: :)
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06:52:38  <booyaa>crikey guys saw the new post, understand why you have to raise the price. but it's a bit of a jump. i did wonder how long you could maintain specially large indie plan which gave you unlimited drones
06:52:55  <booyaa>mind you still cheaper than heroku
06:53:11  <booyaa>and you've also got amazing support
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06:56:07  <booyaa>i don't get the drone limits so if you're on a large plan (10), max drones you can run is 3 per app?
06:57:16  <booyaa>metrics is a new thing that comes as part of opsmezzo?
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09:19:47  <Baastrup>Hello, I was disconnected before, so I will allow my self to ask again :) Is it possible to disable the forever restart of an app? Fx by exiting with a certain exit code
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10:27:48  <DeeLindesay>My website seems to be oscillating between running very slowly and being off line. I have tried restarting but it does not seem to have helped. Can you help (PS Complete novice at this and not even used webchat before so I realise that I might not even be in the right place)
10:32:48  <Swaagie> DeeLindesay hey there your in the right place
10:33:36  <Swaagie>DeeLindesay, could you provide me with your username/appname?
10:35:28  <DeeLindesay>App is maps, username is ForbesLindesay (but I'm not Forbes:) )
10:38:51  <Hounddog>so... i am just playing around with haibu as usual and i am thinking how to integrate now continuous deployment. i have seen on nodejitsu itself there is a support for that. how would one go ahead when just using haibu?
10:39:27  <Hounddog>what i mean with cd i also need to integrate some options to be able to rollback to previous version.
10:39:52  <Hounddog>maybee someone has some hints :)
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10:46:36  <bahaaldi_>Hi guys, since couple of days my github hook doesn't work anymore, my application is not automatically deployed
10:46:44  <bahaaldi_>I don't know where to begin to debug this
10:47:05  <bahaaldi_>Hook is properly configured on git
10:48:01  <bahaaldi_>nothing appears in nodejitsu logs
10:48:21  <bahaaldi_>and I don't receive any deployment failure mail
10:52:27  <nathan7>Hmm, we've been having some issues with webhooks
10:53:13  <Baastrup>Hello nathan7, do you know if it is possible to disable the forever restart of an app? Fx by exiting with a certain exit code
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10:54:48  <bahaaldi_>alright then, I'll then deploy with the CLI
10:54:51  <bahaaldi_>thanks for the ingo
10:54:52  <bahaaldi_>info
10:55:37  <nathan7>Baastrup: Afaik an error code should stop it, but I'm not sure
10:55:56  <nathan7>bahaaldi_: We're working to resolve this, sorry for the inconvenience [=
10:56:11  <Swaagie>DeeLindesay, your app is fine btw, I think you (I noticed it as well for our homepage) experienced a temporary hiccup in the master API
10:57:53  <DeeLindesay>+Swaagie: Thanks, yes seems to be OK now
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10:58:09  <Swaagie>DeeLindesay, ye sorry for the inconvenience, keeping an eye on it
10:58:19  <Swaagie>the master api that is ;)
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11:12:54  <Baastrup>nathan7: process.kill(1) doesn't work
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11:16:25  <nathan7>Baastrup: process.exit(1)
11:16:34  <nathan7>it might be 255 or something
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11:29:08  <Baastrup>nathan7: ohh yeah, thanks, but that doens't seem to work either. But now it's difficult for me to see anything, as the logs output given by 'jitsu logs' is half an hour old. This happens quite often. Why is that?
11:30:03  <Baastrup>nathan7: it is especially as it has already given me newer output, but is now giving old\
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11:30:53  <Baastrup>nathan7: +strange
11:32:03  <Hounddog>how do you actually update an app in haibu? as seems i can only spawn new drones
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11:53:22  <nathan7>Baastrup: Loggly is being shitty :(
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11:57:43  <Baastrup>nathan7: ok :/ But do have another idea for exiting a app and avoiding restart. Setting process.exit(1) didn't seem to work
11:58:25  <nathan7>Baastrup: What's your goal, anyway?
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12:02:54  <Baastrup>nathan7: to stop an app under certain conditions
12:03:46  <Baastrup>nathan7: when do you expect logging to be up and running again?
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12:32:01  <Hounddog>interesting, just searched through the haibu code to find parameters and found update /clean etc
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12:32:22  <Hounddog>i can start and stop an app but on update it tells me it cannot update an app which is not running
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13:24:39  <Hounddog>grmbl
13:24:54  <Hounddog>somehow not getting anything to run the way it should
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13:37:01  <kenperkins>morning folks
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13:40:40  <atomless>Hi all, I bet a noob pops in daily and asks this very question, but can anyone point me to an example of a large web app built on flatironjs?
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13:47:04  <mmalecki>atomless: hi
13:47:20  <atomless>hi mmalecki
13:47:20  <mmalecki>atomless: opsmezzo is a bunch of flatiron apps, both CLI and http
13:47:30  <mmalecki>atomless: for example, opsmezzo/composer
13:48:04  <atomless>cool I've been reading about opsmezzo and it sounds awesome
13:48:11  <mmalecki>http://github.com/opsmezzo/composer
13:48:25  <mmalecki>atomless: it's awesome :)
13:48:32  <atomless>mmalecki: I'm sure it is
13:48:34  <mmalecki>runs entire nodejitsu cloud
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13:50:39  <Baastrup>mmalecki: Do you know a method of making an app exit without being restarted? (process.exit(1) doesn't work)
13:50:41  <atomless>mmalecki: What I'd like to find is some examples of complete and reasonably large web apps written on flatiron - I really like the modular approach of flatiron and after researching all the other node frameworks around I've decided that flatiron fits the way I like to work
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13:52:36  <atomless>mmalecki: it would be super helpful to get an insight into how a larger app might be optimally structured. I know one of the philosophies of flatiron is to not enforce particular ways of structuring things but still an example or two from those who wrote the thing would be extremely nice
13:52:56  <Baastrup>mmalecki: I guess I could make it crash looping and thus being stopped by nodejitsu, but I wonder if there is a more elegant solution.
13:53:16  <mmalecki>Baastrup: you have to call stop API
13:53:32  <mmalecki>POST api.nodejitsu.com/apps/:username/:app-name/stop
13:54:03  <mmalecki>atomless: yeah, composer is nicely structured
13:54:40  <Baastrup>mmalecki: arh ok, have only been using the command line
13:54:55  <Baastrup>mmalecki: thanks
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13:56:33  <atomless>mmalecki: cool, found it! Great, I'll take a look through. Thanks!
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13:58:55  <Hounddog>hi mmaleckihow are you?
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13:59:41  <mmalecki>Hounddog: yo :)
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13:59:47  <mmalecki>I'm good, how are you?
13:59:58  <Hounddog>doing fine :)
14:00:07  <sfusco>not sure what the policy is here, but …. here is my error it said to post it here https://gist.github.com/bccreleaser/5495404
14:00:53  <Hounddog>just a little frustrated with haibu currently :) seems you need a big hammer to get it working :p
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14:02:28  <mmalecki>sfusco: hi :)
14:02:29  <sfusco>?
14:02:36  <sfusco>hey, what's up?
14:02:54  <mmalecki>looks like apac module is set not to install on sunos
14:03:09  <sfusco>is there some way of specifically requesting a different os?
14:03:41  <mmalecki>sfusco: actually, if you set "apac": "git+https://github.com/dmcquay/node-apac.git", it should work
14:03:59  <sfusco>k, let's try that
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14:04:02  <sfusco>hang one sec
14:04:53  <sfusco>… deploying
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14:05:38  <sfusco>ok, looks like that worked, but i'm getting a different error
14:05:46  <sfusco>"Script took too long to listen on a socket
14:05:46  <sfusco>error:
14:05:46  <sfusco>error: This type of error is usually a user error."
14:06:03  <sfusco>if it works locally… is there something special I need to do to "yield" to the jitsu host?
14:06:37  <sfusco>come to think of it, it's not listening for connections at all
14:06:46  <sfusco>it's only a client to other things
14:07:00  <sfusco>is it required to accept connections on port 80?
14:07:03  <mmalecki>sfusco: yeah, you should start an http server
14:07:07  <sfusco>k
14:07:14  <sfusco>ok, thanks for the assist :)
14:07:23  <mmalecki>just go `require('http').createServer().listen(8000)`
14:07:27  <mmalecki>this'll do a trick :)
14:07:32  <sfusco>got it
14:09:27  <sfusco>looks like that did it
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14:11:18  <Baastrup>mmalecki: Thanks for the help with the api, t works. But am I misunderstanding something. Isn't authentication necessary?
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14:20:02  <zkirill>what are some practices for doing dev mode (uncompiled front end resources) vs. production mode (compiled front end resources). I was thinking of using a node CLI argument to indicate which front end resources to use?
14:20:04  <kenperkins>see everyone later
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14:20:34  <mmalecki>zkirill: we do NODE_ENV=production
14:20:44  <mmalecki>Baastrup: yeah, it's necessary
14:20:56  <mmalecki>we don't want other people to stop your apps
14:21:32  <zkirill>mmalecki: thank you!
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14:32:03  <sfusco>is there a way to tail logs?
14:32:37  <mmalecki>sfusco: not yet, sorry
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14:38:29  <markmarijnissen>Q: What happens after a long period of inactivity? Will the nodejitsu-app go on pause?
14:38:43  <mmalecki>markmarijnissen: it won't
14:38:46  <mmalecki>we don't pause apps
14:39:09  <markmarijnissen>okay thanks. it seems that after a long period of inactivity, a ETIMEDOUT error occurs between nodejitsu and openredi
14:39:21  <markmarijnissen>i thought perhaps if the app gets downsized to 0
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14:41:37  <mmalecki>markmarijnissen: nope, we don't do such stuff. it might be on openredis side tho
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14:42:41  <markmarijnissen>i've mailed both nodejitsu support and openredis, and everything seems to be fine. I'm puzzled! (but not the only one: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/redis-db/vfums8vxd3E/WYnxw0xXjaMJ)
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14:43:21  <markmarijnissen>OpenRedis answered they only see fast responses (milliseconds) and fast forking times. Nodejitsu e-mail support basically answered that this isn't their problem.
14:43:43  <markmarijnissen>I'll just try switching to a different redis provider, to see if that helps!
14:44:09  <mmalecki>markmarijnissen: what module are you using for accessing redis? can you show me the error?
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14:44:40  <james>I need some help with my first deployment to nodejitsu
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14:45:39  <Guest35602>i need help with my first deployment to nodejitsu
14:45:48  <mmalecki>Guest35602: yo
14:46:15  <Guest35602>I get a 502 hang up error when i go to my subdomain
14:46:30  <mmalecki>Guest35602: what's the username and appname?
14:46:43  <Guest35602>paintzen and paintzen-paintsite
14:46:52  <markmarijnissen>i am using node_redis, to be specific: https://github.com/tonistiigi/node_redis/tree/redisparse-integration
14:47:23  <markmarijnissen>this particular fork fixes an issue with parsing MULTI commands (but I can try updating to latest master of node_redis as that should be fixed now)
14:47:55  <mmalecki>Guest35602: you have to disable secure server in angular
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14:48:07  <markmarijnissen>and what happens is: a http-request takes minutes to respond and just failes. then i see a ETIMEDOUD error. i'll paste log
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14:48:46  <mmalecki>markmarijnissen: yeah, you should look at logs from your app
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14:49:55  <Guest35602>mmalecki: okay, i'll try that, but if you don't mind explaining why, that'd help me too
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14:51:02  <markmarijnissen>https://gist.github.com/anonymous/6acad81e6b6c85a663a0
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14:51:50  <smc>hey everyone- i was in here a few weeks back inquiring about the status of node-fibers on joyent smartos (required to run meteor on nodejitsu) and was told they were on the hook for a fix. was curious if anyone knew whether or not they got around to that yet?
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14:52:28  <markmarijnissen>smc: would love to know that too. Is there any way I can subscribe to a nodejitsu newsletter telling me about these kinds of things?
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14:59:14  <Guest35602>mmalecki: it worked but now i get a ENOENT error when i try to acces my admin section
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15:09:32  <booyaa>there's a blog
15:12:09  <nathan7>smc: Hey
15:12:18  <nathan7>smc: I tried them and they seemed to work
15:12:47  <smc>nathan7: great thanks, so latest stable will work right out of box?
15:13:05  <nathan7>smc: It should, yeah
15:13:12  <nathan7>I haven't tried an actual Meteor app
15:13:25  <smc>awesome, will try sometime soon
15:13:30  <smc>thanks for checking on fibers status!
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15:14:54  <nathan7>smc: I checked and they worked, but you had just left
15:15:06  <nathan7>couldn't find you on the internets elswehere
15:15:09  <nathan7>*elsewhere
15:16:23  <smc>thanks for trying to reach out and let me know
15:17:01  <nathan7>I'm glad you came back [=
15:17:36  <smc>only other point/question id have, prob better for the meteor team but will have hosting implications... meteor seems to have switched the default single threaded node event/callback based model for a thread per request model
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15:18:04  <smc>so sync blocking calls will be actually blocking in meteor land... will nodejitsu count a meteor thread as my 1 process?
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15:19:23  <smc>just not sure at which level you draw the line
15:19:28  <nathan7>smc: They're actually one thread
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15:19:41  <nathan7>smc: fibers are not actually threads
15:19:45  <nathan7>smc: they're more like coroutines
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15:19:54  <smc>ahh, ok
15:20:01  <smc>makes a bit more sense now
15:20:01  <nathan7>they are, in fact, coroutines
15:20:36  <smc>i guess the wording in the meteor docs was just sloppy in that regard
15:20:40  <smc>perfect, thanks nathan!
15:23:25  <nathan7>C=
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16:14:25  <hanishabsigh>hey just looking for some help setting up https on a business account, what port should the server listen on?
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16:15:55  <nathan7>hanishabsigh: Hi
16:16:02  <nathan7>hanishabsigh: just the usual
16:16:07  <nathan7>hanishabsigh: we sort the HTTPS
16:16:12  <nathan7>hanishabsigh: Your app just gets plain HTTP
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16:28:31  <hanishabsigh>how can I force https incoming?
16:29:25  <hanishabsigh>I have a cert and key I'd like to use
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16:32:28  <nathan7>hanishabsigh: You give us the cert and key
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16:37:05  <hanishabsigh>ok understood thanks
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16:39:11  <Hounddog>mmalecki: do you know what i could be doing wrong when sending an update to haibu and it is telling me cannot update an app that is not running?
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16:39:47  <Hounddog>and the app is running... i have it on an ec2 server open currently if you want to see
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16:44:16  <starcount>I've having some app troubles.
16:44:33  <starcount>Getting ECONNREFUSED on startup. Can't diagnose why.
16:45:07  <starcount>starcount/core-production
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16:47:01  <yawnt>standoo1: what's the subdomain of your app?
16:47:10  <yawnt>* starcount
16:47:22  <starcount>core.starcount.jit.su
16:47:46  <starcount>I think that it can't see an external resource but not sure what it is.
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16:49:50  <yawnt>starcount: it's stopped
16:50:16  <starcount>Yep - I know! I've made it fail locally too. Not a nodejitsu issue.
16:50:38  <yawnt>ok cool :)
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17:00:29  <ericissocial>If anyone has a moment, I'm getting an error trying to use 'jitsu users confirm username xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx' and am not quite sure how to get it working correctly. Here is the error: "events.js:72 throw er; // Unhandled 'error' event"
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17:02:57  <starcount>@yawnt: someone broke our Papertrail config.
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17:10:53  <ericissocial>Nevermind, it appears to be something with cygwin and jitsu not cooperating with one another.
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19:39:02  <atomless>hi all, I'm curious what people think about hapi the node framework being developed by walmartlabs : https://github.com/spumko/hapi
19:39:08  <atomless>Any thoughts?
19:39:43  <ljharb>how's it better than express?
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19:41:58  <atomless>Eran Hammer presents a nice intro here : http://hueniverse.com/2013/01/hapi-hapi-joi-joi/
19:42:42  <atomless>And the docs are pretty detailed http://spumko.github.io/
19:44:02  <ljharb>i don't want to read docs tho :-/ i want to know why a new option for <foo> is better than the defacto standard <foo> that's already out
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19:56:04  <albertd_>hi all
19:56:22  <albertd_>mmalecki: i'm seeing slowness on eu-ams1, can you check?
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20:03:24  <albertd_>mmalecki: are you checking?
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20:05:09  <mmalecki>albertd_: yo
20:05:22  <mmalecki>I'm just starting my day here, checking things now
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20:05:49  <albertd_>mmalecki: thanks! good morning then :)
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20:24:27  <mmalecki>albertd_: which app is that, exactly? I'm not seeing any slowness from our monitoring, but might be some network problems
20:25:18  <albertd_>mmalecki: mas, proxy, jsonip
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20:27:29  <albertd_>mmalecki: now getting 502 max retries
20:27:55  <aykutyaman>hello, my app does not response since 10 minutes. I restarted it, but everything is same. Is there any network problem, maybe?
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20:29:55  <bobbypainter>hi, having problem deploying: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5498114
20:30:47  <Guest68165>Hi, can an app be served over https, using my own domain?
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20:32:16  <julianduque>Guest68165: Yes, business plans support custom ssl domains, you need your own certificate
20:32:18  <bobbypainter>i did, and it worked, but it seems like every other time i get the same error
20:32:55  <Guest68165>@julianduque: Thanks, I've just found this actually http://docs.nodejitsu.com/articles/HTTP/servers/how-to-create-a-HTTPS-server
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20:33:43  <julianduque>Guest68165: that is for your own server, that doesn't work on nodejitsu
20:34:28  <julianduque>aykutyaman: what its your subdomain?
20:34:56  <bobbypainter>also, I am trying to set up a custom domain, but something seems not to be working. I switched to a paid individual plan and then added the addresses from "host jit.su" to an a record. But it doesn't seem to be resolving. I added the domain to my package.json as well.
20:35:28  <julianduque>bobbypainter: what is the domain so I can check?
20:35:40  <bobbypainter>does it matter that I'm trying to redirect to a subdomain? I'm trying to resolve dev.paintzen.com to my nodejitsu instance
20:36:13  <bobbypainter>my app is paintzen-paintsite.jit.su
20:37:04  <julianduque>bobbypainter: let me check
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20:46:51  <julianduque>bobbypainter: your DNS A records are wrong
20:47:17  <donc>Has anyone used Maas360 with their PhoenGap apps? My client wants to use Maas360 to distribute apps. I'm wondering if I can write a plugin to get an ID from the MDM profile on iOS and Android.
20:47:50  <julianduque>bobbypainter: its 225 not 255 (165.225.130.240)
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20:48:24  <maltedmilk>Hi, trying to start my app but getting a "No free servers available" error...
20:48:42  <julianduque>maltedmilk: on which datacenter, also username and app name
20:48:59  <maltedmilk>user and app both "liveblogpro"
20:49:07  <maltedmilk>Just the standard data center
20:49:49  <bobbypainter>@julianduque: thanks
20:49:54  <julianduque>maltedmilk: i'm on it
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20:50:15  <maltedmilk>@julianduque: cheers
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20:53:35  <julianduque>maltedmilk: could you try again please?
20:54:05  <maltedmilk>@julianduque: same error (I'm using the CLI)
20:57:39  <julianduque>maltedmilk: ok, give it another try
20:58:57  <maltedmilk>@julianduque: it's working again, great!
20:59:08  <maltedmilk>@julianduque: thanks for sorting this so quickly
20:59:38  <julianduque>maltedmilk: thanks for your report
20:59:39  <julianduque>:)
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21:08:38  <leichtgewicht>Hey guys.
21:08:49  <leichtgewicht>Having problems with forever.
21:09:13  <leichtgewicht>/home/ubuntu/local/lib/node_modules/forever/lib/forever.js:419
21:09:13  <leichtgewicht> monitor.send(JSON.stringify(options));
21:09:13  <leichtgewicht> ^
21:09:14  <leichtgewicht>TypeError: Object #<ChildProcess> has no method 'send'
21:09:16  <leichtgewicht> at Object.startDaemon (/home/ubuntu/local/lib/node_modules/forever/lib/forever.js:419:11)
21:10:12  <julianduque>leichtgewicht: whuch version and node version?
21:10:15  <julianduque>which
21:10:28  <leichtgewicht>node 0.10.5
21:10:47  <julianduque>leichtgewicht: and forever version?
21:11:07  <leichtgewicht>the lastest from npm
21:11:28  <leichtgewicht>It seems to have that problem just if I run it as superuser for port 80
21:12:33  <julianduque>leichtgewicht: please file an issue in http://github.com/nodejitsu/forever :)
21:12:45  <leichtgewicht>awesome.
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21:29:54  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] chjj pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/6HB7jQ
21:29:54  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master c9ba896 Christopher Jeffrey: [minor] set process title to 'jitsu'.
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21:34:45  <jcrugzz>leichtgewicht: i dont think forever is updated for 0.10 yet
21:34:58  <jcrugzz>should work for 0.8.x
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21:44:18  <robmozart>is 0.10.x supported yet?
21:44:31  <nathan7>Nope.
21:44:36  <nathan7>We're working on it.
21:44:44  <robmozart>ok, thanks
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21:46:41  <brian_edgerton>I have a question about Director:
21:47:11  <brian_edgerton>is it possible to use ":" in a url without them being replaced with the catchall regexp?
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21:48:10  <brian_edgerton>trying to make an OPTIONS endpoint like /api/posts/:post/comments and I don't want the substitution to happen
21:48:39  <julianduque>brian_edgerton: did you tried scaping \: ?
21:48:45  <brian_edgerton>i did
21:49:10  <brian_edgerton>i'm followed it all the way down to regifyString() in router.js in Director
21:49:33  <julianduque>brian_edgerton: not sure about that, file an issue in http://github.com/flatiron/director
21:49:36  <brian_edgerton>and the only luck I'm having is if I make a small modification to the regex to allow escaping
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21:54:33  <brian_edgerton>if I submitted a PR, would this be something that Director would be interested in supporting?
21:55:17  <nathan7>maybe
21:55:20  <nathan7>depends on the implementation
21:55:25  <nathan7>we can discuss that in a github issue
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21:55:49  <brian_edgerton>i'm filling it out now
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21:56:46  <nathan7>[=
21:57:18  <brian_edgerton>https://github.com/flatiron/director/issues/191
21:57:54  <nathan7>maybe :: would be a nice syntax
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22:02:04  <brian_edgerton>just saw your post in here, after replying to the ticket :)
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22:06:06  <brian_edgerton>posted one more question. thanks!
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22:20:38  <kenperkins>hola from Rax SFO
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22:35:44  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/rackspace/pkgcloud/compare/cf938e52e269...9478302f2bd0
22:35:44  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/rackspace/pkgcloud/builds/6802901
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23:23:31  <drew_>Hi, I am trying to change my view files (jade) at runtime in an express app. by writing to the file system - works locally but not when deploy?
23:24:18  <julianduque>drew_: how are you trying to do it?
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23:24:20  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/rackspace/pkgcloud/compare/9478302f2bd0...42b71f5b380a
23:24:20  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/rackspace/pkgcloud/builds/6804030
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23:25:14  <drew_>just using fs.writeFile
23:25:27  <jesusabdullah>kenperkins: are you a nodejitsuka now?
23:25:44  <kenperkins>jesusabdullah: I work for rackspace
23:26:19  <julianduque>drew_: username and appname please :)
23:27:13  <drew_>sure, username:8legd app:secureapps
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23:28:06  <drew_>this is the route: http://secureapps.nodejitsu.com/convert
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23:30:55  <julianduque>drew_: I'm seeing this error: https://gist.github.com/julianduque/f795662b3f4274c394ae
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23:33:42  <drew_>thanks julian, that error is unrelated - just missing css - have just redeployed to get it out of the way
23:33:57  <julianduque>drew_: how can I test the app?
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23:36:06  <drew_>I am just writing the date to the view file so the timestamp should be changing - all fine locally - I am writing to __dirname + '/views' if that helps?
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23:39:06  <julianduque>drew_: express use view template caching on production env
23:41:46  <julianduque>drew_: use app.disable("view cache");
23:41:58  <drew_>aahhh I wondered if it might be some caching! thanks for your help :)
23:42:08  <julianduque>:)
23:44:37  <jesusabdullah>kenperkins: I see, cool
23:44:38  <drew_>yay! all good now. thanks again for the support
23:44:46  <julianduque>drew_: awesome!
23:44:57  <kenperkins>jesusabdullah: yep, it's really awesome, I get to spend 90% of my time on opensource projects
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