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00:00:11  <julianduque>Madwill: yes you can deploy to nodejitsu and use the remote url
00:00:18  <Madwill>i can serve the page myself i just don't have a node.js server yet
00:00:20  <Madwill>thanks
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00:01:47  <lucashaley>julianduque okay. I'll see what happens with CI from Github the next push I make. Thank you very much for your help!
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00:03:15  <Madwill>ok almost there :Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin.
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00:03:45  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: I understand your frustration, can you try again, I have a suspect now and I need to verify it again
00:03:59  <julianduque>Madwill: and set up the DNS
00:04:08  <dacopenhagen>ahh, okay - I am trying again now - I redownload my cert, etc.
00:04:26  <dacopenhagen>still erroring, I should have the passphrase removed now
00:04:40  <julianduque>ok, let me check, yes is requesting the pass phrase
00:04:41  <dacopenhagen>It was working, I do know I got 1 piece working
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00:04:50  <dacopenhagen>but then it started erring with what I believe was the same files
00:04:58  <dacopenhagen>still...
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00:05:17  <julianduque>you tried again?
00:05:34  <dacopenhagen>yes
00:05:39  <dacopenhagen>when I am running: ew-host-3:originals brandoncopley$ openssl rsa -in nopassphrase.pem -out nopassphrase2.pem writing RSA key
00:05:57  <dacopenhagen>sorry, should've gisted, but you see that the nopassphrase doesn't have a key associated with it
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00:06:41  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: now the error is: info: [Error: The given key does not match the certificate]
00:06:50  <dacopenhagen>ahh okay,good now they don't match : ), i have changed them
00:06:58  <dacopenhagen>so i just have to redo this again and see what happens
00:07:07  <dacopenhagen>that was a nice error
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00:08:23  <dacopenhagen>got it!
00:08:25  <julianduque>and it's ok
00:08:26  <dacopenhagen>great, thanks
00:08:28  <julianduque>ALELUYAH
00:08:33  <Madwill>julianduque do you have a pointer on how do to that ? can i make it run from localhost in the meantime ?
00:08:48  <dacopenhagen>yeah, ehh - ssl is way too complicated sometimes - im just a programmer : P
00:09:14  <julianduque>Madwill: https://www.nodejitsu.com/documentation/features/dns/
00:09:19  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: I know
00:09:38  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: but thanks, we need to improve the error handling on that ssl addon, also support passphrases
00:09:41  <julianduque>:)
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00:20:44  <Madwill>thanks, its never going to work from localhost though right ?
00:21:08  <julianduque>from localhost to remote?
00:23:12  <Madwill>oh that domain thing is not what i'm looking for i believe
00:23:16  <Madwill>yes
00:23:26  <Madwill>localhost to remote or anywhere to there
00:24:26  <Madwill>http://holla.jit.su/ this demo serves a page right ?
00:24:36  <Madwill>where does that page come from
00:26:01  <julianduque>from the app
00:26:13  <Madwill>that's what i'm looking for
00:26:37  <julianduque>you can do it with an http server, node-static or a framework (express or flatiron)
00:26:38  <Madwill>should i set my page in package.json ? how can i make it load index.thml
00:27:05  <julianduque>Madwill: can I see the code snippet you are using?
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00:27:37  <Madwill>but wait i just realized i had to remove something to make it work on windows and probably that it broke it on your server
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00:33:11  <Madwill>didn't work out : https://gist.github.com/rdemarco/5506473
00:34:36  <Madwill>think i'll download the helloworld app
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00:35:59  <julianduque>Madwill: change the fileServer.serve(request, response); outside request.addListener('end')
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00:42:04  <Madwill>It works, that was it! followed wrong tutorial ! thanks, latency is terrible but it works :)
00:42:17  <julianduque>Madwill: it works! :)
00:42:19  <julianduque>awesome
00:43:37  <Madwill>thanks for your incredible patience :)
00:44:23  <julianduque>:D
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01:43:10  <jamund>Hey is anyone using resourceful? I'm trying to figure out if there's a sane way to filter the output that gets sent to the engine. In my case the defaults I'm setting for data I send to the client is different than the format I want to send to the server when creating a new resource.
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01:44:04  <jamund>My main ideas were to use the before('save') hook or to just create a special version of the Resource I use when saving, but none of them seem awesome.
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01:50:36  <julianduque>jamund: don't have experience using resourceful :/
01:50:53  <julianduque>jamund: and you tried the before('save') approach?
01:52:05  <jamund>Yeah basically it *seemed* to me that resourceful was very excitedly enforcing its schema, even after I tried to explicitly delete things in the before save, mainly because what I was seeing was a fancy instance of a resource and not just a JSON representation....
01:52:13  <jamund>I think I can figure it out after digging a bit more into the code !
01:52:37  <julianduque>if you fix something, feel free to send a pull request :)
01:54:32  <jamund>There are some doc limitations as well, so I very well may send some stuff.
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01:56:05  <julianduque>jamund: awesome, thanks!
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03:01:43  <kenperkins>hey InconceivableB
03:01:44  <kenperkins>err
03:01:46  <kenperkins>indexzero
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03:24:09  <JoseB>Hi
03:24:23  <JoseB>looking for some help
03:24:31  <julianduque>JoseB: Hello!
03:24:34  <julianduque>JoseB: How can I help?
03:24:59  <JoseB>I have developed a node.js application that hooks into a corona application.
03:25:14  <JoseB>it is all quite new technology for me
03:25:39  <JoseB>it essentially allows me to connect mobile devices through a tcp server to set up tournaments
03:26:08  <JoseB>I know that we can only listen on port 80, but I cannot get it to connect through the http protocol
03:26:19  <JoseB>is there any info you could point me towards to see how I could do this
03:26:52  <julianduque>JoseB: you need a tcp application?
03:26:56  <JoseB>(I have downloaded the example that you provide, but I am using lua sockets and whereas they do connect with the server they do not connect with the io.socket portion of it)
03:26:57  <JoseB>yes
03:27:14  <julianduque>JoseB: because our load balancers only talk http, so if corona doesn't support http you can't use 80 as tcp protocol
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03:28:30  <JoseB>hmmm…. this is done through lua, which is the scripting language used by corona
03:28:48  <JoseB>any idea how I could check this?
03:29:00  <julianduque>JoseB: hmm really no idea :/
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05:17:07  <juliangruber>https://alrtio.jit.su/
05:17:12  <juliangruber>the request is timing out
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05:29:50  <chilts>anyone able to see why this went down about 15 mins ago? http://redirects.jit.su/
05:29:57  <chilts>still looks to be down now
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05:30:29  <dtudury>so...
05:30:36  <julianduque>let me check
05:30:39  <dtudury>you guys having a rough evening, yeah?
05:30:54  <dtudury>(I don't see anything .jit.su or even nodejitsu.com)
05:31:49  <chilts>julianduque: thanks ... :)
05:33:57  <dtudury>if it's not global, I'm happy to traceroute (or whatever could be useful)
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05:40:51  <julianduque>we are coming back, thanks for your patience
05:41:15  <chilts>thanks - yep, I can see it now :)
05:41:18  <chilts>julianduque++
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05:52:00  <kenperkins>sup
05:52:12  <raushan>my app (ccc.nodejitsu.com) is not getting started....when i am doing jitsu apps start ccc it says nodejitsu OK but when i am accessing it then it is not working it says apps stop...
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05:54:17  <raushan><nathan7> : my app (ccc.nodejitsu.com) is not getting started....when i am doing jitsu apps start ccc it says nodejitsu OK but when i am accessing it then it is not working it says apps stop...
05:55:18  <raushan>@julianduque : my app (ccc.nodejitsu.com) is not getting started....when i am doing jitsu apps start ccc it says nodejitsu OK but when i am accessing it then it is not working it says apps stop...
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05:57:18  <raushan>@nathan7: it was working 2 hours before but i stop it and start it again and now it is no staring...
06:01:53  <raushan>any issue in nodejitsu platform now b'coz i m not able to start my app(ccc.nodejitsu.com) ?
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06:02:58  <raushan>is there any one from nodejitsu ?
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06:04:43  <mmalecki>yeah, I'm looking
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06:06:10  <raushan>@mmalecki : i stoped it and started it again and now it is not starting..it is ending with nodejitsu OK but it is not running...:(
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06:09:21  <KimKim>I have the lowest plan ( Micro individual plan ) and I will use it with 1 iPhone app. However this iPhone app has multiple feeds. "posts from people you follow", "notifications", "mails" etc. Will this count as 1 app and 1 drone or will I have to get a bigger plan?
06:09:54  <mmalecki>raushan: brought it back up. joyent rebooted our redises and balancers needed a little kick.
06:10:23  <mmalecki>KimKim: you only use as many drones as you set it. as long as it's 1 app and 1 drone, it counts as 1 app and 1 drone
06:12:23  <KimKim>mmalecki: will 1 drone / 1 app be enough for the number of "feeds" that I described? :) And of course the number of users effect it , but in number of feeds?
06:12:48  <raushan>@mmalecki : now it is giving Internal Server Error...
06:12:50  <KimKim>NodeJS will listen to each of these feeds
06:12:56  <chilts>mmalecki: don't you have a relationship with Joyent to say that they can't reboot stuff without giving you a heads up?
06:14:19  <mmalecki>KimKim: depending on number of users obviously. benchmark it, but I can almost guarantee that it'll work up to 100 users
06:14:29  <mmalecki>chilts: I never actually read the SLA
06:14:45  <mmalecki>chilts: we do get heads up and are notified earlier of any maintenance
06:15:05  <chilts>cool
06:15:15  <chilts>so this was known about?
06:15:22  <mmalecki>chilts: this one wasn't
06:15:26  <chilts>:(
06:15:33  <mmalecki>chilts: I'm in process of writing an email to them
06:15:38  <chilts>:)
06:15:43  <chilts>heh, good stuff
06:15:48  <chilts>mmalecki++
06:16:03  <chilts>does that bot not hang around anymore
06:16:11  <chilts>mmalecki has 7,276 beers
06:16:15  <chilts>(approx.)
06:16:27  <mmalecki>raushan: I'm seeing nothing in logs of your app, but there are some log messages
06:16:39  <mmalecki>raushan: I'd recommend enabling actual logging in express
06:16:50  <mmalecki>Internal Server Error is almost always your app
06:16:53  <mmalecki>chilts: I wish, heh
06:16:57  <KimKim>mmalecki: Yes, so you think 1 drone / app supports 5 feeds with 100 users using each? :) What are the ranges for users/drone?
06:17:09  <mmalecki>chilts: kohai was still hook.io-based and we pretty much can't install it anymore :)
06:17:28  <mmalecki>chilts: and well, we have better things to do than writing new IRC bots
06:17:31  <chilts>right ... no worries, just wondering :)
06:17:36  <chilts>yeah - not a problem
06:17:42  <chilts>thanks
06:17:45  <mmalecki>chilts: actually, Ana wrote a useful bot!
06:17:47  <mmalecki>chilts: https://github.com/anoemi/puppy-bot
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06:17:56  <raushan>@mmalecki : so there is no prob with nodejitsu platform now ?
06:18:22  <mmalecki>raushan: I'm verifying things, but everything looks good on our end
06:18:28  <chilts>heh, awesome
06:19:47  <mmalecki>another question is, wth didn't redis bring itself back up
06:19:53  <mmalecki>I'll answer that after commercials
06:19:55  <mmalecki>er, sleep
06:20:01  <mmalecki>I meant sleep.
06:21:24  <KimKim>@mmalecki: Yes, so you think 1 drone / app supports 5 feeds with 100 users using each? :) What are the ranges for users/drone?
06:21:39  <KimKim>using each of the feeds*
06:21:54  <raushan>@mmalecki : i restarted my app and now it is working...thanx
06:22:07  <mmalecki>KimKim: that sounds fine, yeah
06:22:26  <mmalecki>KimKim: we've had apps handle front page hackernews kind of traffic on like, 5 drones
06:22:48  <mmalecki>and that kind of traffic is probably around 3000 concurrent connections
06:22:59  <mmalecki>so 500 users at once should be just fine :)
06:23:26  <KimKim>oh, wicked. Thanks :)
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06:33:40  <KimKim>After looking at the DOCS I'm embarrassed to say I don't quite get the structure
06:35:15  <KimKim>Is it : Install NodeJS on MongoHQ > use "jitsu"-terminal to connect to the NodeJS on MHQ > Install the app to MHQ that listens to my remote feed and then pushes data to the user?
06:35:43  <jxson>I'm seeing 502 errors on the status page: https://status.jit.su
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06:55:40  <KimKim>Is there anyone available or should I wait? :)
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07:11:58  <jesusabdullah>mmalecki: wat ur up 2
07:12:10  <yawnt>sleeping atm
07:12:16  <yawnt>hi josh
07:12:36  <jesusabdullah>sup bro
07:12:51  <jesusabdullah>oh man I was gonna tell mmalecki about eureqa
07:12:54  <yawnt>attending a lecture
07:13:02  <jesusabdullah>about? XD
07:13:05  <yawnt>java
07:13:33  <yawnt>OMGIT'SSOFUNNNN
07:13:33  <jesusabdullah>fun!
07:14:25  <jesusabdullah>hah
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07:44:43  <maltedmilk>Is there an ETA on when this snafu will be fixed?
07:46:01  <jesusabdullah>yawnt: I have some guy harassing me on twitter about nodejitsu
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07:46:21  <jesusabdullah>yawnt: https://twitter.com/sven_james/status/330215596241330176
07:47:47  <maltedmilk>You guys never seem to update your status page...? https://status.nodejitsu.com/
07:52:57  <swaagie>maltedmilk, not quick enough, but your right updating now
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08:39:47  <maltedmilk>Looks like things are back to normal, can you confirm?
08:40:06  <Baastrup>up and running again, it seems
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08:40:50  <Baastrup>quite a long downtime without any notice and missing updates of the status page :/
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08:44:08  <swaagie>maltedmilk, Baastrup sorry for the inconvenience, shit happened while 95% of us was sleeping
08:44:25  <swaagie>we're still investigating as to what exactly happened
08:45:07  <Hounddog>good morning
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08:48:00  <KimKim>Is there anyone available or should I wait? :)
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08:50:56  <Hounddog>how would one go ahead when deploying an app to haibu but needing different configs?
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08:51:15  <Baastrup>swaagie: Ok, I reside in Europe so we have been quite awake :)
08:54:00  <swaagie>Baastrup, as do I and the first thing I noticed when waking up was a cloud on fire :/
08:54:26  <swaagie>KimKim, hey there, no go ahead ;)
08:54:41  <Hounddog>nodejitsu broke down? to bad... but shit happens
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08:55:22  <swaagie>well its simply not acceptable
08:55:55  <Hounddog>sure not, but is also not always avoidable and can make the software more stable for the future
08:56:59  <KimKim>Swaagie : Great :)
08:57:00  <KimKim>After looking at the DOCS I'm embarrassed to say I don't quite get the structure
08:57:06  <KimKim>Is it : Install NodeJS on MongoHQ > use "jitsu"-terminal to connect to the NodeJS on MHQ > Install the app to MHQ that listens to my remote feed and then pushes data to the user?
08:57:08  <Hounddog>as long as you figure out what happened fast enough
08:57:27  <KimKim>I just need to get the basic logic of how the ends tie together so I can get started at all
08:58:24  <Baastrup>Hounddog: maybe, but about 3 hours of downtime is very problematic if you have anything just remotely important your app is doing for you.
08:58:45  <Hounddog>3 hours is quite a time i agree
08:59:21  <swaagie>KimKim, what are you trying to do?
08:59:36  <Hounddog>and i am somehow stuck on haibu since nearly 2 weeks now figuring out how to use it properly...
09:00:25  <Hounddog>when i think i am getting somewhere it jumps behind me and kicks me in the a**
09:00:35  <KimKim>I have : An iPhone app with multiple feeds. These feed get data from multiple Drupal feeds (views). I host this Drupal on a webhost (HostGator). I want to use NodeJS to collect data from the Drupal feeds only when something new is added.
09:01:00  <KimKim>I have 1 drone and one application (not installed or setup ) at Nodejitsu currently
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09:01:43  <KimKim>This feature will be the final touch on my app and getting it setup will make my day (week, month)
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09:04:36  <swaagie>KimKim, it seems like you would want some like publisher/subscriber of redis? Basically have your drupal app publish data to redis
09:05:07  <swaagie>and subscribers (your node.js) app would be able to listen to that
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09:06:21  <swaagie>KimKim, or you could have the drupal app call an specific route on your node.js app that will fetch the new data from mongoDb
09:06:30  <KimKim>sounds about right, but doesn't red is only allow 5 mb? Will this work wth mongohq as well?
09:07:16  <swaagie>if you want to go without redis, have drupal store data, wait till its done -> call route on your node.js to fetch updates -> recalculate and done
09:07:29  <KimKim>that sounds like a better alternative, but what I'm worried about is the storage. Is it a maximum of 400mb? That's only like 100-200 images depending on what the users upload
09:07:46  <swaagie>ye we offer up to 512 free mb hosting atm
09:08:11  <swaagie>if you need more you can still use mongohq, but just provide the appropriate connection details from your node.js ap
09:08:35  <KimKim>Isnt there anyway that I could store all my data on my HostGator-web host but just "push" the data to the app without actually storing anything on the cloud?
09:08:43  <swaagie>or run a custom mongohq somewhere on a vps
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09:09:50  <KimKim>Because it feels so foolish to pay to have my data both on my Drupal web host AND the cloud? :/
09:10:33  <KimKim>The best way (feels like it) would be to use the cloud simply to push the data without storing any?
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09:14:06  <swaagie>KimKim, sorry got something in between
09:14:15  <KimKim>no probs
09:14:34  <swaagie>KimKim, if you got access to the vps/drone/instance at that hostgator web
09:14:55  <swaagie>you could install mongodb/couchdb there
09:15:05  <swaagie>how is it stored now, mysql?
09:15:25  <KimKim>that sounds very interesting
09:15:26  <KimKim>yes
09:15:31  <swaagie>there are also mysql bindings in node.js
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09:15:44  <swaagie>http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5818312/mysql-with-node-js
09:15:57  <swaagie>so then you'd just have you node app pull data from the mysql storage
09:17:14  <KimKim>so I need to install mongodb on my Hostgator host, then install Nodejs on mongodb that is on my HostGator host?
09:17:26  <swaagie>no
09:17:45  <swaagie>node.js has nothing to do with the database
09:17:48  <KimKim>I'm sorry if I'm confused but I'm brand new to Nodejs, I just want a structural logical roadmap that I can work from
09:17:58  <swaagie>np, well get there
09:18:21  <KimKim>I feel like an illustration would help endlessly
09:18:55  <KimKim>just so that I see the communications / what I need to install where and etc. The language itself I can learn elsewhere :)
09:19:05  <KimKim>How it all ties together
09:19:45  <swaagie>can you install anything on that HostGator instance?
09:20:20  <swaagie>e.g. is it a full blown vps
09:20:39  <swaagie>or just a reseller?
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09:21:09  <KimKim>Its just a normal web host, nothing dedicated
09:21:11  <kadishmal>Hey guys! Are you experiencing problems on Nodejitsu? Since morning my sites are down
09:21:35  <swaagie>kadishmal, hey there, we had some issues, most are resolved, what is your appname/username?
09:21:48  <kadishmal>radisonhouse/kadishmal
09:21:53  <kadishmal>dl.cubrid.org/kadishmal
09:22:07  <kadishmal>second one is up now
09:22:35  <swaagie>I see radisonhouse up as well
09:23:59  <swaagie>KimKim, then I'm afraid installing anything on it is not possible, thats from experience, I don't what service they are offering
09:24:28  <swaagie>KimKim, is there any specific reason you want to duplicate data to mongodb btw, in respect to mysql that is
09:25:24  <swaagie>kadishmal, can you confirm both are up?
09:25:53  <kadishmal>yup! thank you
09:26:03  <KimKim>I dont really care how it's spread across the servers, I badly need the function. But what I prefer is if I dont have to use storage except for HostGator since I'm already paying for it there.
09:26:03  <swaagie>kadishmal, sorry for the inconveniences
09:26:54  <swaagie>KimKim, I'm just trying to give you the most optimal advise here
09:27:23  <swaagie>if I were you I would create your node.js app, upload it to our cloud and have it fetch data from the hostGator mysql dbase
09:27:31  <swaagie>and forget about mongohq altogether
09:27:40  <swaagie>as it does not add anything
09:28:03  <swaagie>then you would have the drupal app and the mysql hosting on hostGator and the node.js with us
09:28:23  <KimKim>and the hosting at you will only be "push" no "storing of data"? :)
09:29:11  <swaagie>KimKim, you do the pushing by calling a public route of the node.js app that will trigger the recalculation, the data will just be fetch/stored at hostGator
09:29:47  <KimKim>sounds really good
09:30:27  <KimKim>install nodeJS on your cloud > have it listen to my database over at HostGator?
09:30:49  <swaagie>KimKim, nodeJs is installed on our cloud for you
09:30:59  <swaagie>you just build the logic in node.js and push the application to our cloud
09:31:02  <KimKim>Do you know if it's possible to listen to a specific "feed"/"views" or does it only check the "whole" database?
09:31:28  <swaagie>the logic would involve some external api that can be trigger (e.g. listen) by the drupal app
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09:31:40  <KimKim>okok great :)
09:32:18  <swaagie>KimKim, you could just fetch the new rows from the mysql dbase
09:32:22  <swaagie>but that is up to your logic
09:32:30  <KimKim>I have an APi setup from my Drupal hosting. It work as usual by entering a URL that gives back JSON, could the NodeJS lsiten to this API?
09:32:31  <swaagie>probably something can be done with temporary tables/views
09:33:13  <KimKim>ex: listen to www.mysite.com/myapi/feed1.json and retrive any new changes
09:33:35  <swaagie>KimKim, ye you could just trigger a request from inside your application, https://github.com/mikeal/request is great for that
09:35:17  <KimKim>looks great - and request is serverside and pushes the data out to client?
09:35:29  <swaagie>the request is serverside
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09:35:59  <swaagie>there is no push however
09:36:13  <swaagie>the request will return the data from the drupal api
09:36:23  <swaagie>and you can do with it whatever you want
09:36:49  <swaagie>calculate statistics, insert rows back into the mysql dbase over @hostGator etc
09:37:18  <KimKim>sweet, that logic sounds great - really helpful
09:37:39  <KimKim>I just have 2 more questions that will give me the full "view" of the structure
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09:40:01  <KimKim>1. I'm still not sure how to setup the cloud/app . I know there is a step by step tutorial so I dont mean to waste your time but I honestly dont see the structure. I understand the steps but not WHERE to do them. Do I make the steps from my Mac Terminal? Against SSH? Against what host?
09:40:29  <nathan7>Just your terminal
09:40:39  <nathan7>jitsu deploy and your app's in our cloud
09:41:46  <KimKim>2. When NodeJS gets the data and I ready (for me) to send it to the client, how does the client "accept" the data. I assume the client must have a listener against the specific NodeJS-code/port? I mean, if I have multiple users that listen to the NodeJs they still have to get THIER specific data
09:41:55  <KimKim>thanks Nathan :)
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09:43:07  <Hounddog>ok, so here it is... i want to deploy my application to haibu using restcalls. i would want to deploy the app under different appnames with same git data which is possible as i see but i need to then also define different configurations for database. i dont know how i would deploy with a different config...
09:44:24  <kadishmal>swaagie: for some reason only subset of domains work in my app
09:44:32  <KimKim>And Nathan I assume I need to have jitsu installed on my mac for this command to work?
09:44:49  <nathan7>Yep
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09:45:30  <swaagie>KimKim, you got node.js and npm installed?
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09:45:49  <swaagie>locally that is
09:45:53  <KimKim>I havent been able to setup anything yet
09:45:54  <swaagie>kadishmal, how so you mean subset?
09:46:03  <swaagie>KimKim, I suggest you start with that ;)
09:46:05  <KimKim>I need nodejs and npm locally as well?
09:46:23  <swaagie>that will just make your development so much easier, and ye its kinda defacto standard
09:46:25  <kadishmal>the root domain http://radisonhouse.com/ doesn't work while http://www.radisonhouse.com/ works. It used to always work up until today.
09:46:52  <KimKim>okok
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09:47:08  <KimKim>but when it comes to Q#2? :)
09:47:11  <kadishmal>swaagie: I checked that both domains are registered at nodejitsu
09:47:31  <swaagie>kadishmal, checking atm
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09:49:07  <swaagie>kadishmal, I can confirm they are all registered properly
09:49:17  <swaagie>diving deper
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09:49:19  <swaagie>ee*
09:49:25  <kadishmal>swaagie: thanks
09:49:58  <swaagie>KimKim, about #2 you could just insert the data back into mysql
09:50:30  <swaagie>or if outside access is not allowed, have your drupal API receive it on some route and then insert it from inside the dedicated hosting instance
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09:53:20  <KimKim>hm ok, but what I'm thinking about is client side. How does the client (iPhone-app) get the new data, ex notification automatically? Do I use a client side listener?
09:54:01  <Hounddog>is it even possible to do what i am trying with haibu?
09:54:36  <swaagie>KimKim, for what your trying to do that would require some sort of redis pub/sub
09:55:33  <swaagie>how is that app build btw, C# or cordova?
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09:56:20  <KimKim>cordova, so all javascript
09:56:46  <Hounddog>or instead of using a config maybee i should just use env var for this on deploy...
09:56:59  <Hounddog>which does not sound right to me
09:57:16  <KimKim>Content is added to Drupal > Nodejs/cloud notice the new data > sends the new data to the client > The client automatically displays the new data (notification)
09:58:14  <swaagie>KimKim, really hacky but you could have it refresh the data through some intervalled ajax calls
09:58:31  <KimKim>then there would be no need for the nodejs at all :/
09:58:45  <Hounddog>sockets?
09:58:58  <swaagie>could also be possible
09:58:59  <KimKim>I already get all the data I need, I just want to happen ONLY when new data is added
09:59:02  <swaagie>but both are hacky
09:59:10  <swaagie>sockets being a bit unreliable
09:59:44  <Hounddog>would it make sense when spawning a drone to set an env variable to which config file is beeing used?
09:59:48  <KimKim>hm :/
10:00:05  <swaagie>KimKim, I don't know how your perspective is on node.js then
10:00:19  <swaagie>you expect some technology to do stuff it is not designed for in the first place
10:00:34  <kadishmal>swaagie: any thoughts on domains issue?
10:00:37  <KimKim>well it seems like it
10:00:39  <KimKim>:/
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10:00:53  <swaagie>kadishmal, still checking
10:00:58  <kadishmal>it's very important!
10:01:08  <KimKim>so it is not possible to automatically push data to the client using nodeJS?
10:01:29  <swaagie>with redis it is
10:01:50  <swaagie>or websockets
10:01:55  <KimKim>ok, so redis does not store anything, only pushes?
10:01:59  <swaagie>but websockets and mobile, meh
10:02:05  <KimKim>low speed?
10:05:13  <KimKim>does redis work with nodejs or is a completely diffrent thing?
10:05:48  <swaagie>its works with it, but is just a another thing http://redis.io/
10:05:56  <Hounddog>well there is also the application cache... forgot the exact name for the browser which could be used...
10:06:39  <Hounddog>but then nodejs would not really be required in this case... just cache and inform when an update is available and you could pull in the new data then when the moble has connection again
10:07:07  <swaagie>that would be session storage
10:07:50  <swaagie>there are so many routes to Rome, but gotta inspect routes first before asking tbh
10:07:52  <Hounddog>i mean with the application cache... was the right name
10:08:03  <Hounddog>sure...
10:08:39  <swaagie>Hounddog, :) i'll look along with you @ baton as soon as I know why kadishmal domains are not returning his apps
10:09:13  <Hounddog>swaagie: sure, i think i found some way now... just looking if it is feasible
10:09:30  <KimKim>can I pass variables from the client to Redis? Like "I want to listen to feed 2423 and my user-ID is 15"? And then redis resturns the data specified by the client?
10:09:37  <swaagie>kadishmal, I see both routes working now, you redeployed?
10:09:44  <Hounddog>bleh, why could they not just go for nodejitsu instead of having me setup all this crap cloud stuff
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10:12:12  <swaagie>KimKim, see channel #redis
10:13:05  <KimKim>ok, thank you so very much for your patience! I'll go ask over there. Will return if I have any other questions :)
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10:19:50  <kadishmal>swaagie: I will try to restart the app
10:20:29  <kadishmal>swaagie: works fine now! Thank you!
10:20:40  <swaagie>kadishmal, how about the .info domains?
10:20:50  <swaagie>are those still active or?
10:21:16  <kadishmal>they redirect to main domain, not used directly. Used in mails.
10:21:21  <swaagie>kadishmal, I think it was a matter of time for our balancers to catch up on the changes, sorry for the inconveniences
10:21:25  <swaagie>k
10:21:31  <kadishmal>I see
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10:31:11  <dhzr>if anyone is around... I was wondering, what can i research / look into to make sure that the 502 socket error doesn't kill my app until i manually restart it?
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10:39:25  <swaagie>dhzr, hey there
10:39:32  <swaagie>you'd like to check the logs or?
10:39:42  <swaagie>not sure if I understand your question correctly
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10:54:21  <Hounddog>swaagie: i sorted out how to use the config... setting an env var where to find the config and including it then seems to work
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10:57:00  <Hounddog>if i could now just get it to update
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11:02:15  <swaagie>good to know :)
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11:08:39  <KimKim>+swaagie : a quick question
11:08:46  <dhzr>sorry swaagie, well ive gotten it a couple times now... pretty sure its my code somewhere as thats usually the case... but finding docs on why it happens is hard
11:10:21  <KimKim>I have figured most of it out :) But I get this error when i run jitsu:
11:10:23  <KimKim>info: Nodejitsu ok logout
11:10:41  <KimKim>when I try to use Jitsu commands I get errors
11:11:14  <KimKim>I installed it successfully: [sudo] npm install jitsu -g But I still can't run commands
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11:13:09  <dhzr>kim, i think the deploy is down atm mate... https://status.jit.su/
11:13:42  <KimKim>oh, that must be the reason why its instantly going to "logout" and "exit" , thank you
11:13:54  <dhzr>ahh sorry, i read the tail end of that... silly webirc...
11:14:34  <KimKim>?
11:15:25  <swaagie>KimKim, did you signup to nodejitsu?
11:15:54  <swaagie>but you can run your application locally as well to develop first btw
11:16:19  <swaagie>dhzr, that can be updated again, cloud seems stable enough
11:16:26  <KimKim>yes I know, just wanted to make sure it all worked, but I assume its as dhzr says regarding the status?
11:16:40  <swaagie>nah you should be able to deploy
11:16:50  <swaagie>sec let me fix that right away
11:16:51  <KimKim>hm
11:17:10  <swaagie>it can be your running into something else, could you gist me the whole output of the command line
11:17:32  <swaagie>dhzr, also did you check your logs or could you gist me anything that might allow me to spot the error?
11:18:47  <dhzr>when? around the time of the 502 error?
11:19:28  <dhzr>I didn't... it's been business as usual the last month or so, it happens i reboot the app affected... im not very helpful im sorry... but if it happens again i will
11:19:28  <KimKim>https://gist.github.com/OscarAwesome/a4eb48a44f4e5c3143ae
11:20:09  <swaagie>dhzr, could you give me your username/appname please?
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11:20:42  <swaagie>KimKim, your not telling jitsu to do actually do anything
11:20:49  <swaagie>like `jitsu login`
11:20:52  <swaagie>also the ; are not required
11:21:11  <swaagie>https://www.nodejitsu.com/documentation/jitsu/
11:21:12  <KimKim>yes but when I use that command I get the error that the command was not found
11:21:17  <dhzr>did you get that pm swaagie?
11:21:27  <swaagie>KimKim, so the command does not exist
11:21:29  <swaagie>use one listed
11:21:47  <swaagie>like start with `jitsu login` or `jitsu signup`
11:21:52  <KimKim>I type: jitsu login
11:22:00  <nathan7>Yes, jitsu isn't in your PAH
11:22:01  <nathan7>*PATH
11:22:04  <KimKim>"-bash: jitsu: command not found"
11:22:11  <nathan7>Did you install node from homebrew or something?
11:22:22  <KimKim>yes homebrew
11:22:26  <nathan7>Ah.
11:22:28  <nathan7>That breaks npm badly.
11:22:36  <KimKim>oh
11:22:36  <swaagie>dhzr, nope
11:22:46  <nathan7>http://nodejs.org/download/
11:23:14  <KimKim>should I remove the HB and Node folders and start fresh?
11:23:48  <nathan7>I'm not familiar with homebrew (I can't stand macs)
11:23:56  <nathan7>I figure it has package removal
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11:26:01  <KimKim>hm
11:26:14  <KimKim>removed HB and npm
11:26:20  <KimKim>and installed nodejs as per your link
11:26:28  <KimKim>and gets this when i try to install jitsu:
11:26:30  <nathan7>okay
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11:26:39  <KimKim>pm ERR! not a package
11:26:48  <KimKim>var/folders/rj/dctf_
11:26:59  <KimKim>and a pile of numbers following
11:27:05  <nathan7>Do you have a folder called jitsu perchance?
11:27:18  <KimKim>where?
11:27:23  <nathan7>in your current directory
11:27:34  <nathan7>Try this: cd / && sudo npm install -g jitsu
11:28:14  <KimKim>wicked, like a glove!
11:28:29  <KimKim>npm WARN engine [email protected]: wanted: {"node":"0.8.x"} (current: {"node":"v0.10.5","npm":"1.2.18"}) , worries or not?
11:29:29  <KimKim>ah - and I'm in. Thank you so much. This service is redonk
11:30:16  <KimKim>I hate being naggy and askin questions but when it comes to hours in front of a terminal I'm gladly looking stupid instead...
11:30:26  <dhzr>just wait until you see how awesome version control is kim, haha
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11:30:54  <dhzr>i cant tell you how many times ive rolled back in no time -.-
11:31:30  <dhzr>nice for when you didn't time that last redbull right heh
11:32:36  <nathan7>KimKim: Yeah, some of our deps still mention node engine 0.8x
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11:33:16  <KimKim>hehe I can imagine :)
11:33:22  <KimKim>ok, but there is no worries?
11:36:04  <nathan7>Nah
11:36:46  <dhzr>i think the only worries left are to coffeescript or not to coffeescript... hah
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11:40:40  <Nodejitsu-Github>director/master 045fecd Brian Edgerton: [feature] allow escaping of URL parameters...
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11:42:57  <Hounddog>swaagie: everything up and running already so i can maybee pick your brian a little? :)
11:43:04  <Hounddog>brain i mean lol
11:43:39  <swaagie>not yet sorry
11:43:45  <Hounddog>no worries :)
11:43:49  <KimKim>okok good , what do I use for "datacenter"?
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11:44:24  <KimKim>jitsu deploy hello world gets me : Error: No datacenter name specified
11:45:00  <dhzr>the easiest thing to do is just cd to the folder of your app, and type jitsu deploy (as far as i know)
11:46:16  <KimKim>yes, that worked. What do I type for "prompt script.start" ?
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11:47:05  <dhzr>node appfile.js
11:48:18  <dhzr>then you can access your app with npm start, and so can the server. it's all settings from package.json =)
11:49:08  <KimKim>ooh tasty
11:49:31  <KimKim>rror: Invalid input for scripts.start error: Start script was not found in /Users/
11:49:53  <nathan7>err
11:49:58  <nathan7>what are you entering?
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11:53:16  <KimKim>node appfile.js
11:53:23  <nathan7>hmm
11:53:30  <nathan7>This might be trouble with spaces in paths
11:53:36  <dhzr>do you have an appfile.js?
11:53:45  <KimKim>yes, but empty
11:54:37  <dhzr>shux, that would have been an easy fix.
11:54:52  <nathan7>What's your current directory called?
11:55:08  <KimKim>gah I was 1 folder wrong -.-
11:55:09  <KimKim>working now
11:55:45  <dhzr>hehe i love when i do that
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11:56:25  <KimKim>"Failure: haibu Error (500): Internal Server Error"
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11:57:52  <nathan7>Yeah, your app is empty
11:57:55  <nathan7>So it'd instantly exit
11:58:09  <nathan7>which we consider a crash
11:58:20  <dhzr>what about this one? "error: No free servers available. Please visit #nodejitsu on irc.freenode.net or email [email protected] for further information.
11:58:29  <KimKim>is there an example-code?
11:59:09  <dhzr>https://www.nodejitsu.com/getting-started/ might be close
11:59:45  <KimKim>ok now I'm just being stupid. Sorry
12:00:07  <nathan7>dhzr: oi
12:00:12  <dhzr>haha no worries ;)
12:00:19  <nathan7>dhzr: which DC?
12:00:24  <nathan7>dhzr: or are you on individual
12:00:36  <dhzr>individual
12:00:56  <nathan7>okay, thanks
12:01:10  <dhzr>everything is working, deploying causing me more stress than currently working, so don't rush on my account ;)
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12:03:02  <KimKim>hm, however it still does not work
12:03:03  <KimKim>https://gist.github.com/OscarAwesome/f6ac7dc2554f32234dab
12:03:18  <KimKim>even when I have filled the JS-file with the example-js
12:03:36  <nathan7>KimKim: can you gist the content of appfile.js?
12:04:00  <KimKim>https://gist.github.com/OscarAwesome/de74ed33229f54446f35
12:04:07  <KimKim>it is within the "Helloworld"-folder
12:04:25  <KimKim>along with package.json
12:04:55  <dhzr>there could be a dash where there should be a slash?
12:05:04  <nathan7>..can you gist your package.json?
12:05:43  <nathan7>dhzr: Fixed [=
12:05:48  <KimKim>https://gist.github.com/OscarAwesome/2eaa3a2bb25b3159a4c2
12:05:57  <dhzr>thanks... now i gotta drink more redbulls.
12:06:12  <KimKim>many redbulls for me the upcoming 2 nights
12:06:30  <nathan7>KimKim: it expects a bin/server
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12:08:15  <KimKim>should i change it to JS?
12:08:32  <KimKim>and/or the destination
12:08:33  <KimKim>?*
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12:09:10  <dhzr>"start": "node ./bin/server" to "start": "node appfile.js"
12:09:38  <dhzr>?
12:10:05  <nathan7>Yeah
12:11:06  <dhzr>here's one of mine as reference... https://gist.github.com/dhigginbotham/ef6635b4d285b3d3a506
12:11:22  <dhzr>its missing a bit... but i mean, i dont need all that other jazz for most of the stuff i do
12:12:18  <KimKim>hm :/
12:12:19  <KimKim>: /opt/haibu/apps/oandreasson/jitsu/package/appfile.js:2 error: "name": "nodeapps-helloworld", error: ^ error: SyntaxError: Unexpected token : error: at Module._compile (module.js:437:25)
12:12:42  <nathan7>err
12:14:06  <nathan7>you seem to be deploying jitsu itself
12:14:49  <KimKim>nodeception..
12:15:10  <dhzr>can you run the app locally?
12:15:17  <dhzr>without error, that is
12:15:36  <nathan7> ~/package ⮀ ls
12:15:37  <nathan7>appfile.js assets bin helloworld lib node_modules package.json README.md test
12:15:37  <nathan7> ~/package ⮀ jq .name package.json
12:15:37  <nathan7>"jitsu"
12:15:37  <nathan7> ~/package ⮀ jq .name appfile.js
12:15:37  <nathan7>"nodeapps-helloworld"
12:15:37  <nathan7> ~/package ⮀ ls helloworld
12:15:38  <nathan7>appfile.js bin node_modules package.json ReadMe.md
12:16:26  <KimKim>hm let me check
12:17:07  <KimKim>npm WARN install Refusing to install nodeapps-helloworld as a dependency of itself
12:18:03  <dhzr>can you do "node appfile.js" in terminal?
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12:20:18  <KimKim>events.js:72 throw er; // Unhandled 'error' event ^ Error: listen EADDRINUSE at errnoException (net.js:884:11) at Server._listen2 (net.js:1022:14) at listen (net.js:1044:10) at Server.listen (net.js:1110:5) at Object.<anonymous> (/usr/local/lib/node_modules/jitsu/helloworld/appfile.js:5:4) at Module._compile (module.js:456:26) at Object.Module._extensions..js (module.js:474:10)
12:21:19  <KimKim>when i try "node appfile.js" in terminal
12:21:23  <nathan7>l
12:21:24  <swaagie>change the port
12:21:53  <swaagie>to some port not in use
12:21:55  <KimKim>in appfile?
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12:22:28  <swaagie>probably appfile.js yes
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12:23:05  <dhzr>}).listen(8080); change that 8080 to something else
12:26:39  <KimKim>https://gist.github.com/OscarAwesome/8f686a0f919cb8fc56b2
12:27:08  <swaagie>error: Error: App name / subdomain combination is not available
12:27:46  <swaagie>either is taken already, so change them
12:29:00  <KimKim>gaaah
12:29:03  <KimKim>ITS ALIVE
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12:29:38  <dhzr>oi... alright thanks for the help guys =) kim... gl buddy
12:30:16  <KimKim>thanks - and thank you so much for the help :)
12:30:41  <swaagie>great ;)
12:30:48  <KimKim>to all of you. I was not to sure about wether to try NodeJS or not but this helped infinitely
12:34:07  <Hounddog>slowly tying everything togetther here :) got haibu running and node http proxy also with routes.json... only thing i dont like currently i need to start a drone and manually edit the routes.json file then
12:34:35  <Hounddog>seems i need to create some kind of wrapper for haibu to do that then automagically but for now its fine
12:35:08  <Hounddog>just that updating the app seems to not work
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12:35:55  <jetienne>hi
12:37:38  <Hounddog>hey jetienne
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12:39:03  <jetienne>hey Hounddog
12:39:26  <Hounddog>hows it going?
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12:42:34  <jetienne>Houworking hard :)
12:42:39  <jetienne>Hounddog: working hard
12:43:02  <Hounddog>since when do you work? :p
12:43:34  <jetienne>almost a year now that i got a day job :)
12:43:59  <Hounddog>oh, didnt know :o
12:44:07  <jetienne>Hounddog: cto of a game company doing a game ala secondlife in webgl
12:44:22  <Hounddog>i remember secondlife :)
12:44:23  <jetienne>Hounddog: pretty cool. but lots of work. some management too
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13:08:50  <Hounddog>somehow i am getting quite confident that this is a bug in haibu.... running drones/appname/update just returns "message": "Cannot update application that is not running.",
13:08:57  <Hounddog>the application is running
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13:56:32  <fab>does nodejitsu allow me to add a new user with deployment powers only for a specific app?
13:56:38  <fab>I need it for a contractor
13:56:56  <fab>which is working on a project that we pay the hosting of
13:56:57  <Sly>fab: unfortunately, no.
13:57:07  <Sly>You'll have to use the same account.
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14:14:09  <Sly>fab: Sorry. There may be access like that one day, but I'm not aware of if or when.
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14:18:55  <brandon-zacharie>anyone got links/info on how to setup ssl for custom domains?
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14:21:18  <Sly>brandon-zacharie: you should be able to do it from webops. I'm not exactly sure where it's located in there, though.
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16:33:27  <dacopenhagen>I am having issues with "dns" I have forwarded classmind.com's a name records properly and www hits nodejitsu's servers, but nodejitsu isn't feeding up the site on www.classmind
16:33:48  <yawnt>dacopenhagen: add "www.classmind" as well
16:33:55  <yawnt>* "www.classmind.com"
16:33:57  <dacopenhagen>I added www.classmind.com
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16:34:03  <dacopenhagen>"domains": [ "classmind.com", "www.classmind.com" ]
16:34:13  <dacopenhagen>but the issue remains?
16:34:22  <zkirill>dacopenhagen: I am getting both classmind.com and www.classmind.com
16:34:38  <yawnt>yep
16:34:39  <yawnt>i can confirm
16:34:43  <yawnt>dns cache dacopenhagen :)
16:35:17  <dacopenhagen>okay, gr8. that was my hope, but then it was curious www wasn't working
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16:37:21  <zkirill>dacopenhagen: could be a propagation issue on your ISP's side?
16:38:05  <dacopenhagen>yes, that appears it - i did just add, it's just in limbo now
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17:02:00  <kenperkins>morning
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17:22:06  <rossk>mornin
17:22:15  <rossk> / afternoon
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17:29:03  <EricLeslie>I'm getting a "No Free Server" error on deploy npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/yamljs
17:29:03  <EricLeslie>npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/getmac
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17:29:32  <EricLeslie>npm http 304 https://registry.npmjs.org/query-engine
17:29:34  <EricLeslie>npm http 304 https://registry.npmjs.org/semver
17:29:34  <jcrugzz>EricLeslie: can you please paste any error in a gist.github.com as to not spam the channel
17:29:36  <EricLeslie>npm http 304 https://registry.npmjs.org/jschardet
17:29:38  <EricLeslie>npm http 304 https://registry.npmjs.org/lodash
17:29:39  <jcrugzz>otherwise you will be booted
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17:29:50  <EricLeslie>npm http 304 https://registry.npmjs.org/mixpanel/0.0.10
17:29:52  <EricLeslie>npm http 304 https://registry.npmjs.org/growl
17:29:54  <EricLeslie>npm http 304 https://registry.npmjs.org/getmac
17:29:58  <EricLeslie>npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/mkdirp
17:30:00  <EricLeslie>npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/eventemitter2
17:30:02  <EricLeslie>npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/keypress
17:30:04  <EricLeslie>npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/which
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17:30:08  <EricLeslie>npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/coffee-script/1.6.1
17:30:10  <EricLeslie>npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/cli-color
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17:30:40  <boris>hi all
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17:31:34  <boris>question: what does the message no free servers available mean?
17:32:26  <EricLeslie>I have the full output in my gist here, https://gist.github.com/ericleslie/5373206
17:32:47  <jcrugzz>boris: it means more apps are being deployed on our service. let me check on that for you :).
17:32:51  <jcrugzz>EricLeslie: thank you
17:33:03  <boris>;)
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17:36:03  <jcrugzz>boris EricLesli: could you both try deploying again?
17:36:18  <EricLeslie>ok
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17:37:04  <boris>still the same error
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17:37:18  <EricLeslie>jccrugzz: Same error here as well
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17:38:19  <jcrugzz>ok, bear with me a few minutes guys. Ill get this taken care of
17:38:29  <boris>k, waiting
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17:40:52  <bobbypainter>are there no more free servers? I'm trying to deploy an update
17:40:56  <jcrugzz>boris EricLeslie: also just to confirm, you guys are both trying to deploy to joyent-us-east-1? (which is the default)
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17:43:40  <jcrugzz>bobbypainter bors EricLeslie: could you all try again?
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17:45:10  <boris_>jcrugzz: how can i tell? i'm on an individual plan.
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17:45:39  <jcrugzz>boris_: yes that is where you will be then. go ahead and retry for me
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17:46:58  <boris_>jcrugzz: great, deployed! tx!
17:47:06  <jcrugzz>boris_: np :)
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17:50:40  <nathan7>Hey TooTallNate, 'sup?
17:50:59  <TooTallNate>nathan7: oh you know
17:51:01  <TooTallNate>Friday :D
17:51:13  <nathan7>Heh
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18:02:48  <nmanousos>regarding new pricing - will existing large plans with infinite drone usage be grandfathered in?
18:04:25  <jcrugzz>nmanousos: I do not believe so :/. Sorry
18:04:41  <nmanousos>wow, so my monthly bill will be going up by 5x?!
18:04:46  <nmanousos>thats kinda a lot
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18:05:53  <nmanousos>was there going to be any notification of pricing changes? I just randomly saw them on your blog
18:06:11  <nmanousos>maybe email existing customers so they aren't shocked when their next bill is 5x?
18:06:52  <nathan7>nmanousos: An email is coming
18:06:52  <jcrugzz>nmanousos: As detailed in the blog post, it is a step towards sustainability. The changes have not gone into affect yet, and there is an email that will be sent :).
18:07:04  <nathan7>nmanousos: and we're still a fraction of the cost of, say, Heroku
18:07:08  <nmanousos>agreed
18:07:17  <anoemi>nmanousos: yes, there is an email with tailored content going out to each tier of our customer base
18:07:31  <nmanousos>i still love nodejitsu :)
18:07:46  <nathan7>nmanousos: We're not happy we have to up prices, but ultimately we'd be screwing you over too if we went out of business
18:07:47  <anoemi>defining what exactly the change will look like for you
18:08:00  <nathan7>nmanousos: and that's the last thing we'd want to do [=
18:08:04  <nmanousos>agreed
18:08:07  <nmanousos>all good :)
18:08:21  <jcrugzz>nmanousos: we are glad you appreciate what we are doing :D
18:08:31  <nmanousos>where are you guys in nyc?
18:08:34  <nmanousos>im moving over there soon
18:08:44  * nathan7is nowhere in NYC
18:08:48  <jcrugzz>There are 4 of us in NYC
18:09:00  <jcrugzz>we normally dont work from an actual office
18:09:13  <nmanousos>cool
18:09:18  <nmanousos>thats the best way
18:10:29  <zkirill>jcrugzz: what collaboration tools do you guys rely on?
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18:10:54  <jcrugzz>zkirill: we make heavy use of IRC
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18:11:18  <jcrugzz>severely reduces the amount of email between team members
18:11:34  <jcrugzz>and keeps us on the same page
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18:22:08  <bananoid>hello, it is possible to deploy a udp server on nodejitsu?
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18:25:11  <jcrugzz>bananoid: no you cannot at this time. We only support HTTP or HTTPS
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20:19:11  <thealphanerd>hey AvianFlu how goes it
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20:56:26  <robtarr>I'm deploying my first nodejitsu app, can anyone explain this error? Unexpected platform or architecture: sunos x64
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20:57:28  <julianduque>robtarr: which package are failing to install?
20:57:59  <julianduque>robtarr: can you create a gist with the full output error?
20:58:45  <robtarr>https://gist.github.com/robtarr/ca5ef8328214b0f04753
20:59:57  <julianduque>robtarr: hiredis is failing
21:00:18  <julianduque>robtarr: http://errors.jit.su/Redis
21:01:14  <robtarr>Thanks - I'll look into that.
21:01:27  <julianduque>:)
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21:23:11  <robtarr>Is this referring to adding redis to package.json? (Then add ['redis'] to bundledDependencies)
21:23:29  <Baastrup>Hello. I seem to have a run-away process named kiggit_fakefeed. Please stop it. You are welcome to delete it.
21:23:34  <julianduque>robtarr: yes
21:24:01  <julianduque>Baastrup: username and appname please
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21:25:07  <Baastrup>julianduque: Username: Kiggit - Appname: kiggit_fakefeed
21:25:29  <julianduque>Baastrup: let me check
21:28:19  <Baastrup>julianduque: great, thanks
21:28:35  <robtarr>julianduque: I tried the instructions on http://errors.jit.su/Redis, but I'm still getting errors. Here's the latest log. I would greatly appreciate any feedback when you have a moment.
21:30:51  <julianduque>robtarr: show me the gist please :)
21:31:12  <robtarr>Sorry - forgot to paste the link: https://gist.github.com/robtarr/ce5bdcd97d08858daf78
21:32:26  <julianduque>robtarr: show me your package.json please (in a gist)
21:32:26  <Baastrup>julianduque: I have to leave now, but it's still running
21:32:43  <julianduque>Baastrup: i'm on it, can you check if still running?
21:33:02  <robtarr>package.json https://gist.github.com/robtarr/693594574d6f7880905c
21:33:18  <Baastrup>julianduque: is has stopped. Thank you!
21:34:23  <julianduque>Baastrup: awesome
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21:34:49  <julianduque>robtarr: check http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12061494/how-to-fix-hiredis-compilation-issue-on-nodejitsu and https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/nodejs/pl0M43WdDtE
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21:38:12  <mattapperson>What exactly is a node spec wise?
21:38:26  <mattapperson>sorry, drone
21:39:04  <jcrugzz>mattapperson: a standard drone on an individual plan is a 256mb vm that runs your node process and restarts it if crashes
21:39:38  <mattapperson>jcrugzz: OK, so how do CPU and bandwidth come into play?
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21:42:31  <jcrugzz>mattapperson: they don't really. there aren't any bandwidth restrictions (or just a high soft limit)
21:43:51  <robtarr>julianduque: Sorry to keep bugging you with this, I tried the solutions on both of those pages, but it's still not working. I think I may have a different issue now though. https://gist.github.com/robtarr/949a53415639c6d996f5
21:44:42  <jcrugzz>and cpu isn't really a factor as you are at the mercy of node for processing and if you are doing anything intensive memory is the thing you will have to worry about
21:45:13  <mattapperson>cool
21:45:31  <mattapperson>now will drones auto scale up?
21:45:39  <mattapperson>or do I have to manualy watch that
21:47:32  <jcrugzz>mattapperson: well you want to keep in mind that one drone can handle around ~500 concurrent websocket connections. and probably double or more reqs/s
21:47:53  <mattapperson>right
21:47:56  <jcrugzz>so you can set your number of drones based on those type of assumptions
21:48:07  <jcrugzz>but we have auto scaling for business plans coming
21:48:19  <mattapperson>OK cool, when will that be?
21:48:36  <julianduque>robtarr: let me check
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21:49:35  <jcrugzz>mattapperson: i dont have an exact date but its something I am currently working on :). Keep an eye out over the next month or so
21:50:14  <mattapperson>jcrugzz: cool, thanks again :)
21:50:47  <jcrugzz>mattapperson: np :D
21:51:48  <julianduque>robtarr: phantomjs doens't install on nodejitsu because it depends on a binary and they don't support sunos / SmartOS
21:52:07  <robtarr>Thanks.
21:52:55  <julianduque>robtarr: https://github.com/Obvious/phantomjs/issues/47
21:53:14  <julianduque>robtarr: they need to fix the install script
21:54:11  <robtarr>I'll look at pulling it out
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22:00:02  <robtarr>julianduque - thanks for your help. I got it running, now I just need to compile the CSS and JS so it works. :)
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22:00:36  <julianduque>robtarr: oh awesome!
22:00:39  <julianduque>glad it worked
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22:46:55  <cypressf>Hey, I'm having trouble deploying my first application
22:46:57  <cypressf>https://gist.github.com/cypressf/105225d29dd648b74854
22:47:20  <julianduque>cypressf: let me check
22:47:41  <julianduque>cypressf: check this http://errors.jit.su/Redis
22:47:48  <julianduque>cypressf: hiredis fails installing on smartos
22:48:02  <cypressf>smartos?
22:48:28  <cypressf>oh. just googled it
22:48:29  <cypressf>ok
22:48:30  <julianduque>SmartOS / SunOS, it's the OS
22:48:33  <julianduque>https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/nodejs/pl0M43WdDtE
22:48:37  <julianduque>cypressf: also check that article
22:49:23  <mokes>Hi, newb question: I didn't see any performance monitoring tools in your docs
22:49:58  <julianduque>mokes: you can use nodefly, but soon we will have our own metrics
22:50:05  <mokes>how can I know how CPU %, memory usage, etc for my drone? Thanks
22:50:42  <mokes>ok - not familiar with nodefly.... will take a look. when is "soon"?
22:51:44  <julianduque>mokes: don't have an exact date
22:52:07  <jamund>Did nodejitsu ever add support for multiple people being able to deploy a single app?
22:53:00  <julianduque>jamund: if you use github continuous deployment you can do it, but with jitsu cli you can create auth tokens for your user
22:53:15  <julianduque>jamund: and share the tokens (to put in .jitsuconf)
22:53:45  <jamund>What about changing username
22:54:05  <jamund>I have a project I setup on a personal account, it's now needed to be shared by multiple work users who want to be able to deploy it/login.
22:54:09  <julianduque>jamund: you can't
22:54:25  <julianduque>jamund: create a new account and migrate the app to the new account
22:54:40  <jamund>WIll it keep environment variables and stuff?
22:55:08  <jamund>Okay i'll just do that, not the end of the world, thanks
22:55:09  <julianduque>jamund: you need to create the env variables in the new account/app
22:55:17  <jamund>that could take 2-3 minutes!
22:55:19  <jamund>:-p
22:55:20  <julianduque>jamund: haha :)
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23:05:48  <nmanousos>hi, is there a way to check the version of an installed module on a drone?
23:06:20  <nmanousos>i set my package.json to specify a certain version, it works on my dev but not in prod, so i'm curious if there's a version mismatch thats causing this issue
23:06:36  <julianduque>nmanousos: username and appname
23:06:43  <jcrugzz>nmanousos: run a jitsu snapshots fetch
23:06:43  <julianduque>let me check it for you
23:06:51  <jcrugzz>and you can pull down your package
23:06:56  <julianduque>nmanousos: ^ that works too
23:07:00  <nmanousos>nmanousos / coolence
23:07:17  <nmanousos>wanting to make sure i have async >0.2.x running in prod
23:08:10  <nmanousos>ah, i think its a snapshot that isnt running
23:08:16  <nmanousos>i just need to start this latest i think
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23:39:54  <stealth->Hey everyone, does nodejitsu have support for Node 0.10?
23:40:03  <stealth->I am using a module that requires it :/
23:41:30  <jcrugzz>stealth-: not yet unfortunately :/
23:41:57  <stealth->jcrugzz: Hm, damn..... Any idea on a timeline for it?
23:42:43  <jcrugzz>stealth-: keep an eye out on our twitter stream. I dont have an exact date at the moment
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23:43:25  <stealth->Not looking for an exact date; just wondering if we are looking at more than 6 months jcrugzz
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23:48:55  <jcrugzz>stealth-: Ha fair enough. id expect it within this next month :)
23:49:23  <stealth->Very cool, thanks jcrugzz :)
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23:50:06  <jcrugzz>stealth-: np :)
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23:50:52  <julianduque>omg blakmatrix hai
23:51:06  <blakmatrix>hey :)
23:51:14  <jcrugzz>blakmatrix: whats up
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23:51:43  <blakmatrix>nuthin much whats up with you guys
23:51:58  <julianduque>all good :)
23:52:14  <jcrugzz>this ^^
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23:54:44  <eric____>hey
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23:54:55  <jcrugzz>eric____: whats up?
23:55:27  <eric____>Hey , I just downloaded node and jitsu today, and went though basic set up tutorial
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23:55:47  <jcrugzz>awesome :). How'd everything work out?
23:57:06  <eric____>It was clear and helpful. The main reason I did this is because I was trying to run project I downlaoded from a site locally, but because it used a lot of images and such, I kept running into the "Cross origin requests are only supported for HTTP. " error
23:57:53  <eric____>I saw on SO that the way around this was to set up a server. SO now that I have this basic server running on nodejitsu, I was wondering how to run this project with all its files - js, index.html, etc, on the server
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23:58:42  <jcrugzz>eric____: i have a really simple example that should accomplish this
23:58:46  <eric____>awesome
23:58:59  <eric____>if it was on the site, my bad, I only found the super basic example
23:59:27  <jcrugzz>eric____: https://github.com/jcrugzz/super-simple-http
23:59:46  <eric____>awesome thanks jcrugzz!
23:59:56  <jcrugzz>it uses https://npmjs.org/package/ecstatic as a simple static assets server