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01:37:24  <cyberdude>Hello, I have a question about dns and E-mails. I currently have a hosting plan that includes E-mail with just host and a domain pointing to the nodejitsu balancers. I setup the E-mails with just hosts servers and everything is ok. I can send E-mail but can't received. Does anyone knows how to solve this?
01:37:24  <cyberdude>Of course there's nothing listening through those ports. :(
01:37:26  <cyberdude>[(0) arnaldocapo.com. [165.225.130.237]:25: Connection refused]
01:37:27  <cyberdude>[(0) arnaldocapo.com. [165.225.130.241]:25: Connection refused]
01:37:29  <cyberdude>[(0) arnaldocapo.com. [165.225.129.253]:25: Connection refused]
01:37:30  <cyberdude>[(0) arnaldocapo.com. [165.225.131.5]:25: Connection dropped]
01:37:32  <cyberdude>[(0) arnaldocapo.com. [165.225.130.238]:25: Connection refused]
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01:37:36  <cyberdude>[(0) arnaldocapo.com. [165.225.130.239]:25: Connection refused]
01:38:01  <julianduque>cyberdude: please create a gist next time, don't flood the channel
01:38:47  <julianduque>cyberdude: our balancers doesn't have email support
01:39:08  <julianduque>cyberdude: you need to use a mail server or smtp as a service
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01:39:49  <julianduque>cyberdude: and set up the correct MX records in your DNS configuration
01:40:36  <cyberdude>ok, so It's possible then. I'm trying to fix that in the DNS zone records
01:41:00  <cyberdude>thanks, and sorry for the spam, I usually don't use IRC, I thought it was going to be one message
01:41:12  <julianduque>cyberdude: but remember that you need a mail server or a service like zoho mail, google apps, etc.
01:41:29  <julianduque>cyberdude: oh word, no problem :)
01:41:34  <cyberdude>I have one with just host.com
01:41:39  <cyberdude>are you from medellin ?
01:41:43  <julianduque>Si
01:41:50  <cyberdude>que bien parce :)
01:42:15  <julianduque>Si quieres podemos hablar en privado para no llenar el canal de español
01:44:08  <julianduque>are you from mde too?
01:45:05  <cyberdude>ohh, Nope. Puerto Rico. I lived there for a year with my ex
01:45:14  <cyberdude>I miss Medellín
01:45:38  <julianduque>Medellin is awesome :)
01:45:48  <julianduque>I love my city, and run the local meetup.. MedellinJS :)
01:46:17  <cyberdude>If I was there, then I'll probably be going to those :)
01:46:27  <julianduque>ping me if you ever come :)
01:46:58  <cyberdude>WIll do for sure! Thanks for your help.
01:47:46  <julianduque>con gusto!
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04:24:36  <Guest69315>hi, having trouble with a deploy, anyone there?
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04:25:30  <CaptainN>The nodejitsu server tells me it can't find app.js - I'm pretty sure it's there, since I run it locally all the time
04:25:37  <julianduque>CaptainN: what happened?
04:25:52  <julianduque>CaptainN: username and appname please, also create a gist with your package.json :)
04:26:37  <CaptainN>https://gist.github.com/anonymous/62259b2d418fe86fc444
04:26:43  <CaptainN>CaptainN Vignettoscope
04:27:08  <CaptainN>I also get a 500 error if I try to start the server using the web interface
04:27:18  <julianduque>CaptainN: change "/app.js" to "node app.js" and try again
04:27:28  <CaptainN>I tried that, also tried vanilla app.js
04:27:45  <julianduque>CaptainN: and change "node""
04:27:52  <julianduque>to "0.8.x"
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04:31:41  <CaptainN>I tried those things, https://gist.github.com/CaptainN/0b59f5925244b66b4aeb
04:31:43  <CaptainN>still no soup
04:31:57  <julianduque>CaptainN: let me check
04:32:03  <CaptainN>Oh, I got a different error
04:32:05  <CaptainN>500 error
04:32:40  <CaptainN>oh nm, it's the same error, it's pretty late, getting bleary eyed :-)
04:32:55  <julianduque>i'm investigating
04:33:18  <CaptainN>how do I talk right to you (is it /wisper ? been a while since I used IRC)
04:33:23  <julianduque>CaptainN: the file doesn't have the app.js file
04:33:34  <julianduque>with /msg julianduque
04:34:00  <julianduque>CaptainN: you have a *.js in your .npmignore, so you are ignoring files on deploy
04:34:15  <CaptainN>oh! I didn't even know I had one of thos
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04:56:24  <mossman11>Anyone here use forever with mongodb?
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05:36:02  <mark_>building restful services mean??? cant understand what it is...
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05:37:02  <mark_>anybody help me about what it is????
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05:52:09  <Schmed>What is the recommended version of node.js for jitsu?
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05:54:51  <mark_>Schmed :node-v0.8.22
05:54:56  <mark_>stable version
05:59:42  <Schmed>Okay, thanks!
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06:04:30  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/pkgcloud#93 (master - be8940b : Charlie Robbins): The build passed.
06:04:30  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/pkgcloud/compare/c9089d608c45...be8940b878c5
06:04:30  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/pkgcloud/builds/7242113
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06:43:55  <nathan7>mark_: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/REST
06:44:59  <mark_>@nathan7: thanks
06:45:31  <nathan7>mark_: it's basically this
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06:45:35  <nathan7>mark_: You have collections
06:45:40  <nathan7>mark_: like /fruits
06:45:47  <nathan7>mark_: GET /fruits returns the list of fruits
06:45:57  <nathan7>mark_: POST /fruits adds a new fruit
06:46:07  <nathan7>mark_: PUT /fruits replaces the whole list
06:46:17  <nathan7>mark_: GET /fruits/banana gets the banana
06:46:50  <nathan7>mark_: PUT /fruits/banana replaces the fruit or puts a new one in
06:47:05  <nathan7>mark_: DELETE /fruits deletes the entire collection
06:47:13  <nathan7>mark_: DELETE /fruits/banana deletes that single fruit
06:48:05  <nathan7>mark_: PUT and DELETE will produce the same result no matter what the previous state was
06:48:12  <nathan7>mark_: GET should never have side-effects
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06:48:58  <mark_>@nathhan7: thanks Man for Wonderful tutorial :)
06:49:22  <nathan7>mark_: Happy to help [=
06:49:30  <nathan7>Now go build a kick-ass app with that :D
06:50:03  <mark_>Nathan7 : Sure Dude :)
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06:53:37  <shimondoodkin>hello :)
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06:53:50  <shimondoodkin>where do i save user files?
06:54:44  <nathan7>shimondoodkin: You have temporary storage on the drone (__dirname has the location of your app, you can write there)
06:54:48  <nathan7>shimondoodkin: That's wiped on redeploy
06:55:05  <nathan7>shimondoodkin: If you want to permanently store things, use S3 or Dropbox or Rackspace Cloudfiles or something similar
06:55:30  <shimondoodkin>is there something permanent, local?
06:56:11  <nathan7>shimondoodkin: Local is not permanent, no
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06:57:08  <shimondoodkin>is there any example for S3 or Dropbox or Rackspace Cloudfiles or something similar that you can suggest?
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07:04:14  <shimondoodkin>i mean storing permanent files isn't something new to nodejitsu, im sure there is a already known solution
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07:22:07  <shimondoodkin>bye thanks
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08:04:26  <datlong>Error running command deploy Nodejitsu Error (402): Payment Required Error returned from Nodejitsu Error: Subscription limit reached. No drones started. at /root/nodejitsu/lib/nodejitsu/resources/app/co
08:04:36  <nathan7>datlong: username?
08:04:48  <datlong>hj
08:05:04  <datlong>can you fix my problem when i deploy
08:05:22  <nathan7>What's your username?
08:05:51  <datlong>it is datlong
08:07:07  <nathan7>You already have one app running
08:07:17  <nathan7>And you're on the 30-day trial
08:07:21  <nathan7>which gives you one drone
08:07:59  <datlong>what does this mean
08:08:08  <datlong>after 30-day trial
08:08:18  <datlong>my app can't not working?
08:08:42  <nathan7>It's to try out our platform before you get a subscription
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08:41:28  <cococo>how many users online do you think
08:41:52  <cococo>I can get in a server.js hosted in a free account here?
08:41:55  <cococo>for a game
08:42:00  <cococo>socket.io
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08:48:29  <gildean>cococo: idk, maybe a couple hundred?
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08:48:56  <gildean>don't take my word tho', i have no actual basis to support that claim
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08:52:09  <cococo>gildean are u the same person of http://webchat.freenode.net
08:53:20  <cococo>I dont spect so much till I get a payed plan
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08:54:18  <cococo>Want to try it with no strings attached? Get 30 days of development sandbox plan to test Nodejitsu for free.
08:54:20  <cococo>well well
08:54:31  <cococo>I see nodejitsu it is not free anymore
08:54:32  <cococo>:(
08:54:34  <cococo>lol
08:57:04  <swaagie>cococo, hey there, we never were *free*, we do however have 30 days free sandbox to try our architecture
08:57:26  <swaagie>also we if your application is open source you can submit a request for free open source hosting
08:57:31  <swaagie>-we*
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08:58:20  <gildean>cococo: i have nothing to do with the freenode webirc (tho' i've embedded it on some sites)
08:58:21  <swaagie>cococo, http://opensource.jit.su/
09:00:19  <urkele>Hi all, I'm using socket.io on my web app and everything is working fine when I run things on my local machine. when I deploy the code, it seems that client events are not registered with the server (they are the other way around). Is there anything special that I need to config when using socket.io on nodejitsu?
09:00:59  <urkele>*using express BTW
09:02:28  <nathan7>urkele: Do you have the flash policy server turned off?
09:03:12  <urkele>nathan7: not sure what the flash policy is
09:03:56  <nathan7>urkele: That serves a thingy up for the flashsockets transport
09:04:41  <urkele>so I have to disable it in order for socket.io to work on nodejitsu?
09:04:55  <nathan7>urkele: Yep
09:05:00  <nathan7>urkele: otherwise it listens on an extra port
09:05:13  <nathan7>urkele: besides that, everything should just work
09:05:15  <urkele>nathan7: great, I'll give it a try
09:05:39  <nathan7>I'm not the socket.io expert though
09:05:47  <nathan7>`3rdEden is our realtime ninja
09:06:00  <`3rdEden>it does try to listen to an extra port, but it will fail and gracefully fallback to listening to HTTP based policy file requests
09:06:20  <`3rdEden>which doesn't work that well with our loadbalancer as that's optimized for HTTP requests and not TCP
09:06:38  <`3rdEden>but yes, nathan7 is right. Disable flash sockets and it shoudl work
09:07:16  <nathan7>`3rdEden: why would it fail?
09:07:20  <nathan7>`3rdEden: oh, port <1024
09:07:45  <`3rdEden>nathan7: hm actually it listen to port 10843 by default
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09:42:39  <urkele>`3rdEden & nathan7: I've disabled flash policy server and still no connection from client to server
09:43:40  <urkele>`3rdEden & nathan7: any other ideas?
09:47:34  <`3rdEden>urkele: do you have an url?
09:47:54  <`3rdEden>(i gtg in like 5 min)
09:49:03  <urkele>sultag.it
09:49:46  <`3rdEden>connection: connected in th elogs ;)
09:49:49  <`3rdEden>in the logs*
09:50:05  <urkele>yes, that's why I say the server connection is ok
09:50:27  <`3rdEden> still no connection from client to server
09:50:32  <`3rdEden>that's what you said :p
09:51:25  <`3rdEden>As far as I can free from a socket.io perspective it works as intended
09:51:35  <`3rdEden>but I really gtg now, maybe nathan7 can help you out
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09:51:44  <urkele>ok. thanks anyway
09:52:36  <urkele>nathan7: any thoughts?
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09:53:23  <gdownes>Is it possible to use NoSQL with Nodejitsu?
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09:55:03  <nathan7>gdownes: Of course
09:55:14  <nathan7>gdownes: We partner with several database providers
09:55:20  <nathan7>gdownes: CouchDB, MongoDB, Redis
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09:56:02  <nathan7>urkele: I see a connection, I see a websocket connection
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09:56:24  <gdownes>Opps that wasn't the question I meant to ask :S
09:56:35  <gdownes>I meant can you use MySQL
09:56:38  <nathan7>ah
09:57:05  <nathan7>We don't partner with any MySQL providers, but nothing's stopping you from connecting to a MySQL DB
09:57:37  <urkele_>nathan7: yes. there is a WS connection, but the client events don't get to the server
09:58:12  <nathan7>urkele_: the app seems to work here
09:58:20  <gdownes>Thanks
09:58:25  <urkele_>really? you get the images and everything?
09:58:26  <nathan7>urkele_: I get back a set of images
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09:58:47  <urkele_>nathan7: great!
09:59:11  <nathan7>I do see you're not doing it over SSL
09:59:13  <urkele_>nathan7: thanks, I'll see what's wrong on my end. good to know that's it's working :)
09:59:26  <nathan7>It might be a proxy on the way fucking with things
09:59:53  <urkele_>nathan7: SSL would skip the proxy??
10:00:30  <nathan7>urkele_: the proxy can't see the traffic then
10:01:01  <urkele_>nathan7: interesting. so I'll try and config socket.io to force SSL.
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10:03:21  <urkele_>nathan7: nodejitsu has built in SSL support, right? I mean a certificate and all...
10:03:51  <urkele_>nathan7: or do I need to add something to my app?
10:05:44  <gdownes>Is there any future plans to partner with any MySQL providers?
10:07:53  <nathan7>urkele_: Ah
10:07:59  <nathan7>urkele_: Custom domain SSL is for business plans only
10:08:03  <nathan7>urkele_: Are you on a business plan?
10:08:09  <nathan7>gdownes: Not really
10:08:21  <nathan7>MySQL also has a *lot* of issues
10:08:24  <urkele_>nathan7: no. indvidual
10:08:44  <nathan7>urkele_: You could host your WebSockets on a *.jit.su domain
10:10:19  <urkele_>nathan7: it is, it's also has an alternate domain name. but you say that if i use the original *.jit.su domain that I have, It'll have ssl support?
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10:15:48  <gdownes>What issues? Would you point we in the right direction, I'd like to find out about the issues
10:16:00  <gdownes>Thanks for your help btw
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10:25:46  <sparrowman>could anyone help me with the following error?
10:25:53  <sparrowman>error: Error running command deploy error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error error: No matching versions found help: For help with this error contact Nodejitsu Support: help: webchat: <http://webchat.nodejitsu.com/> help: irc: <irc://chat.freenode.net/#nodejitsu> help: email: <[email protected]> help: help: Copy and paste this output to a gist (http://gist.github.com/)
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13:26:07  <sparrowman>hi sorry for reposting but can anyone help me figure out what the issue is here?
13:26:18  <sparrowman>i get this on running a 'jitsu deploy'
13:26:19  <sparrowman>error: Error running command deploy error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error error: No matching versions found
13:27:07  <swaagie>hey there sparrowman, could you run the deploy with --debug please and gist/pastebin me the results?
13:28:01  <sparrowman>sure
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13:28:33  <sparrowman>info: Creating snapshot 0.0.2 debug: { method: 'POST', debug: uri: 'https://api.nodejitsu.com/apps/sparrowman/timeline/snapshots/0.0.2', debug: headers: debug: { Authorization: '*********************************************************************', debug: 'Content-Type': 'application/octet-stream', debug: 'Content-Length': 69825 }, debug: timeout: 240000, debug: rejectUnauthorized: fal
13:29:03  <booyaa|foo>ouch
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13:31:14  <swaagie>sparrowman, use http://www.pastebin.com or https://gist.github.com/ please
13:31:26  <sparrowman>ok will do
13:31:31  <swaagie>only seeing part of the output atm, and its unreadable to the human eye ;)
13:31:32  <swaagie>thanks
13:32:22  <sparrowman>[email protected]:~/Documents/other projects/d3timelineserver|master⚡ ⇒ jitsu deploy --debug info: Welcome to Nodejitsu sparrowman info: jitsu v0.12.10-2, node v0.8.1 info: It worked if it ends with Nodejitsu ok info: Executing command deploy info: Analyzing application dependencies in node app.js debug: { method: 'GET', debug: uri: 'https://api.nodejitsu.com/apps/sparrowman/timeline', debug: he
13:32:24  <sparrowman>oops
13:32:25  <sparrowman>sorry
13:32:30  <sparrowman>https://gist.github.com/adamchapp/5599050
13:32:32  <sparrowman>meant that :D
13:32:33  <swaagie>x)
13:32:37  <booyaa|foo>lol you're paste tastic man
13:32:44  <sparrowman>paste happy
13:33:43  <swaagie>np, anyways this is a problem we'll have to look into deeper, we have had a joyent maintenance the last hours and something is not working along
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13:34:34  <sparrowman>ok thanks swaagie
13:34:36  <sparrowman>i'll check back later
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13:36:03  <igorpavlov>Guys, I had a chat with @mmalecki yesterday about SSL certs. But I really need help ASAP, can anybody else help me?
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13:43:56  <mmalecki>igorpavlov: I just got up
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13:44:20  <mmalecki>igorpavlov: I'm going to need CAs, other than that you're set
13:45:01  <igorpavlov>Oh, from Godaddy I have 2 files.
13:45:17  <igorpavlov>Shall I send you them by email?
13:46:18  <igorpavlov>Or do you mean I need to change Godaddy to anothe CA?
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13:46:36  <mmalecki>igorpavlov: yeah, send them my way please :). email, as attachements
13:46:55  <igorpavlov>OK, doing it now!
13:48:20  <igorpavlov>Sent!
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14:05:50  <mmalecki>igorpavlov: https://www.cpad.in/ is up
14:06:10  <igorpavlov>YAY!
14:06:15  <mmalecki>igorpavlov: and so is https://cpad.in/
14:06:57  <igorpavlov>wow, that is fantastic. Thank you VERY VERY much! May you please tell me what did I do wrong in order not to disturb you next time?
14:07:10  <igorpavlov>I mean not you exactly but the support
14:07:46  <mmalecki>I'm not sure actually, everything looked fine. you uploaded them through webops?
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14:11:39  <igorpavlov>Yes I uploaded private key, public cert and CA cert (cpad.in.crt file)
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14:12:07  <Cinolla>Hi - can anyone help me get my application running? I have a business account
14:12:17  <Cinolla>Error running command deploy error: socket hang up info: The nodejitsu api reset the connection help: This error may be due to the application or the drone server
14:13:17  <igorpavlov>And yeah it didn't allow me to upload for non-www, may be it is better to allow upload www + non-www automatically on webops as if you buy one cert it is almost always goes both for www and non-www
14:15:54  <gamerdrome>Hi, is there someone who could help me with getting my websockets firing
14:16:07  <gamerdrome>there seems to be nothing happening
14:16:08  <mmalecki>igorpavlov: no, it's not always like that. I'm going to pass this one to frontend folks, I don't know too much about frontend
14:16:16  <gamerdrome>occationally I get WebSocket is closed before the connection is established in chrome
14:16:50  <igorpavlov>OK, thank you!
14:17:00  <julianduque>igorpavlov: whats your username and appname?
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14:17:26  <igorpavlov>@julianduque: cp / cp
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14:20:13  <julianduque>igorpavlov: try again, check both non-www and www https
14:20:53  <igorpavlov>I think it is working now, cuz @mmalecki helped me
14:22:14  <julianduque>Cinolla: can you create a gist with the output of `jitsu deploy --debug`
14:22:39  <julianduque>igorpavlov: oh awesome, kudos to mmalecki
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14:24:41  <rd13>I'm getting a 404/502 nodejitsu error from my website today
14:24:55  <Cinolla>@julianduque thanks - I've managed to get it running again, but I had to delete and the re-deloy - I'll run that command and see what I get
14:24:57  <julianduque>rd13: username/appname please
14:25:46  <rd13>username: rd13 / appname: stuartrutter.com
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14:26:29  <julianduque>rd13: let me check
14:26:33  <rd13>thanks
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14:29:24  <kenperkins>nothing better than when you wake up to freshly merged changes
14:31:47  <Cinolla>@julianduque - all seems to be okay now - thanks for getting back to me
14:32:02  <julianduque>Cinolla: glad it worked
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14:38:32  <rd13>It works now thanks julianduque
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14:42:05  <gamerdrome>hi, is there a good place to learn how to get web sockets running beyond the example on my app?
14:42:23  <gamerdrome>I tried putting io.connect() on the client and nothing seems to be passed about
14:42:39  <gamerdrome>sockets seem to keep timing out
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15:20:43  <sandyshankar>We recently upgraded to the Business Plan
15:20:57  <sandyshankar>I was wondering how to increase the RAM for our drones
15:22:09  <swaagie>sandyshankar, hey, see https://www.nodejitsu.com/documentation/features/business/#to-add-more-ram for more information
15:22:50  <sandyshankar>thanks.
15:23:26  <sandyshankar>So the micro plan with 2 drones, means a total of 512 MB RAM?
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15:29:31  <nathan7>sandyshankar: Mhm
15:29:43  <nathan7>sandyshankar: 512M RAM drone is billed as 2 drones
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15:30:01  <sandyshankar>So my assumption is right?
15:30:40  <nathan7>Yeah
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15:31:40  <sandyshankar>nathan7:thanks, I made a mistake of upgrading. Was it me or was the pricing page not explicit?
15:32:16  <swaagie>sandyshankar, nathan7 https://www.nodejitsu.com/paas/pricing/#business-note
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15:33:18  <sandyshankar>swaagie: I thought that was applicable only for large plan :(
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15:34:45  <swaagie>sandyshankar, I can understand your confusion will make an issue for this so its more clear
15:35:45  <sandyshankar>swaagie: My client just upgraded, on my advice, any chance I can revert?
15:37:46  <swaagie>sandyshankar, sorry can't help you with that, just an engineer, your best option is to sent an e-mail to [email protected]
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15:41:13  <demus05>...hello!?
15:42:33  <sandyshankar>swaagie: never say just an engineer ;) thanks for your help, will mail the support team
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15:53:03  <noobster>for the life of me, even with the new pricing, i can not tell the difference between private and business nodes and by the look of it neither could customers - hence need for private pricing increases ... so is it amount of memory is it that private are shared and each instance needs to reload with requestors code or is it that someonw from the airlines industry is working in your marketing
15:53:03  <noobster>and pricing department and if not then ask them why $9 for 1 drone but$33 for 3 and then %50 for 5 and back to $9 for 1 at 10 drones for $90 ?!?
15:53:16  <noobster>nodes=drones
15:55:28  <julianduque>Hello noobster, our last blog post explains the pricing confusion http://blog.nodejitsu.com/update-on-price-changes
15:55:41  <noobster>and whatabout bandwidth not being clearly mentioned somewhere?
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15:56:20  <julianduque>noobster: also, all individual accounts are on a datacenter (us-east-1) and business can use from 2 in US and 3 in Europe (us-east-1, us-sw-1) and (eu-ams-1, eu-lon-1, eu-mad-1)
15:57:20  <julianduque>noobster: we don't have an explicit limit on bandwith, we have a soft limit of 1 TB/month on our use policy: http://legal.nodejitsu.com/acceptable-use-policy.html
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15:58:04  <julianduque>noobster: and business accounts can use 256MB, 512mb and 1024mb drone
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15:58:26  <julianduque>noobster: and both individual and business deploys an app per drone or multiple drones, we don't share drones across apps
15:58:59  <julianduque>noobster: and more to come :) (like metrics and improved logs)
15:59:15  <Nnubes256>I saw that on Suggestions
15:59:29  <noobster>sorry i am a noob but none of that explains technical difference between $9 per drone individual plans and $24 for business drones
15:59:47  <julianduque>we are focusing on improving our cloud and bring more value to our customers
16:00:26  <noobster>and what happens if/when one goes over that 1TB of bandwdith ?!? what then ? surely one would not need to go looking for a new platform
16:01:00  <julianduque>noobster: priority support, multiple datacenters (including europe), extra vm sizes (256, 512, 1024) and custom domains with ssl isn't worth the value?
16:01:14  <noobster>charge whatever you have to - that is not my question ... my question is one techincal difference and if you can not explain it then ...
16:01:27  <noobster>NO
16:01:35  <julianduque>noobster: it's a soft limit not hard one, so it's a recommended limit for *individual* accounts
16:01:44  <noobster>not $24 vs $9
16:02:15  <noobster>do not get me wrong, maybe $9 should be $18 so that all that makes up the extra $6 but even then
16:02:41  <julianduque>noobster: well, I think I was clear enough in technical terms :)
16:03:13  <noobster>now, if you are saying that datacentres can be mixed and matched within one single account and they can not in individual then that adds something but you tell me of another instance where "software" adds that much difference
16:04:04  <jcrugzz>noobster: yes, datacenters can be mixed and matched within an a single account for business plans
16:04:30  <julianduque>noobster: and you have flexible vm's size (in individual accounts you can only use 256mb VMs)
16:04:47  <julianduque>noobster: but in business you can increase up to 1024mb
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16:09:23  <noobster>mixing and matching data centres might be worth $24:$20 but not $24:$9 and while you mention support, how much more support do biz get?
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16:13:07  <noobster>also, do you realize how irrisponsible you are with your prices changes?
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16:14:10  <noobster>while you have to charge what you habe to charge to stay in business because going bankrupt would do no good to any of us, were you really that much clueless about nodejs to have that much underpriced the service in the first place
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16:15:07  <mmalecki>noobster: our original prices were estimated basing on different assumptions. I don't see increasing prices to become substainable as 'irresponsible'.
16:15:16  <noobster>did you realize how many of those "experiments" you just ended up putting out of business because with your irresponsbile initial pricing you ended up suggestting to them that they may indeed have financially sustainable experiments
16:15:47  <noobster>please read again what i just wrote
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16:16:46  <noobster>when not being sure in such cases, you must ALWAYS error on the other side - making it look like you are toooooooooo expensive and then cutting prices if you need to ... but then that would not help your promotion
16:17:03  <mmalecki>noobster: I do not quite understand your assertion about putting experiments out of business. how are experiments business?
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16:17:53  <noobster>did you guys not know much about node when you started and were you really experimenting that much as you were going along ... if so then you are totally irresponsible because OTHERS MADE BETS THAT WERE BASED ON YOUR IRRESPONSIBILITY
16:17:58  <mmalecki>noobster: decision to change our pricing system was carefully considered, it wasn't a thing we did lightly. we based our new costs on our actual operating costs, which is both fair and responsible.
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16:19:11  <mmalecki>noobster: we started when node was on 0.1. I believe we knew quite much about it. however, as I said, we made decisions based on estimates which turned invalid.
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16:19:21  <mmalecki>this kind of thing happens in business.
16:19:49  <mmalecki>would you expect a restaurant to offer you meals *under* the prices of food that is used to prepare those meals?
16:20:15  <mmalecki>this way we can continue operating. it'd be irresponsible to run unsustainable business.
16:20:22  <noobster>here is how ... you provide an environment where i experiment and then you post irresponsible prices and i not only experiment but i also go ahead and invest and build BASED ON YOUR IRRESPONSIBLE COSTS and then you pull the rug from underneath me ... meanwhile i SPENT A LOT to build ... alo, are you really that clueless not to be able to visuallize all sorts fo these types of scenarios
16:20:39  <booyaa|foo>dude nodejitsu had things free for ages
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16:21:17  <booyaa|foo>then they priced things but this was unsustainable and biz plans were being eclipsed by the indie plans
16:21:32  <booyaa|foo>pretty certain a lot of businesses were being running out of indie plans ;)
16:21:37  <noobster>GOOGLE DID THE SAME F'N THING WITH THE APP ENGINE - SO HOW COULD YOU NOT LEARN ANYTHING FROM THEM AND THE UPROAR THAT IT CAUSED ... HELL, MANY OF YOU GOT INTO THE ACT BECAUSE OF THAT THEY DID ... ONLY TO TURN AROUND AND DO THE SAME IRRESPONSIBLE THING
16:21:42  <mmalecki>noobster: I already explained why decisions were made. they were responsible decisions, but some estimates didn't come true.
16:21:48  * julianduquebooted noobster (please low your cases and chill)
16:21:51  <mmalecki>noobster: please stop writing in caps.
16:21:56  <mmalecki>thanks julianduque.
16:21:57  <julianduque>nah, i get tired
16:22:14  <julianduque>it he came back with the same attitude I will ban him
16:22:18  <_mrb_>Hi. Could use some help packaging my app for deployment. Right now it's 30MB compressed (!) when deployed because the node_modules, and other unwanted files, are being included despite what I thought were correct settings in .gitignore and .npmignore.
16:22:20  <booyaa|foo>heh
16:22:27  <_mrb_>See http://pastebin.com/vW8KMjun for the directory structure and those contents of .gitignore and .npmignore... Anyone see what I'm doing wrong? Any help is much appreciated.
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16:22:45  <booyaa|foo>at the end of the day you don't like it there are other providers
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16:25:33  <booyaa|foo>bet that's some hn freemium user who just deskflip because he has to pay for stuff now
16:25:48  <booyaa|foo>pro-tip: roll your own node.js paas if you don't like paying for it
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16:28:10  <irresponsible_no>that is great ... i have aksed you several questions on what the differences between personal and private are and then multiple times about what happens when 1TB is exceeded and only when you exibited total cluelessness by asking how you bankrupted experiments did i start ranting but still on topic ... your answer was to kick me out ... internet really sucks and instead of me ranting here,
16:28:11  <irresponsible_no>i will take my rant elsewhere - which never even crossed my mind until i realized how clueless you are about what your irresponsible actions do to others ... now i will make sure to explain to the industry how you did what google did with app engine - good bye and good luck
16:29:26  <nathan7>Good bye, have a nice day [=
16:29:45  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: we're very happy to answer your questions
16:29:52  <julianduque>_mrb_: please, edit your .npmignore and remove the ignore on node_modules, leave it in your .gitignore
16:30:09  <anoemi>nathan7 but you gotta maintain a respectful tone
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16:31:44  <anoemi>if someone is being inciteful instead of constructive, and shows no willingness to stop we will kick you. irresponsible_no so if you wanna cool down, we're happy to help as best we can
16:31:46  <_mrb_>julianduque: Thanks. 'npm pack' ing right now to test the results...
16:32:09  <irresponsible_no>fine, so lets try one more time
16:32:28  <irresponsible_no>what happens when if/when i exceed 1TB of bandwidth
16:33:23  <_mrb_>julianduque: Still included in the package.
16:33:27  <irresponsible_no>inciteful is when someone is in this business and is so irresponsible not to consider such cases and clearly post pricing for that ... so what happens above 1TB of bandwidth
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16:34:07  <irresponsible_no>gentlemen ;) it's all about pricing and cost structures and sustainability
16:34:31  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: we can help or you be critical, but adding in assitional jabs like you did above helps no one
16:35:00  <irresponsible_no>you raised prices in order to stay in business and that is precisely what many of us will have to do - except some of us are in positions where we can not raise prices \
16:35:15  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: please help me understand the use case, and the reason for your concern about what happens when someone exceeds 1TB
16:35:27  <irresponsible_no>you will also not be able to raise prices on all because some will have to leave because they will not be able to afford it
16:35:55  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: thats correct. we've priced ourselves into a different bracket of the market, and not everyone will be able to continue being our customer
16:37:00  <irresponsible_no>i can not discuss my use case but how is it that you can not understand and accept that to many of us HOSTING is the major if not almost the only cost component
16:37:39  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: we do understand that. that didn't make this pricing move any less necessary though
16:38:16  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: if you cant discuss your use case it makes it very hard for me to give you helpful information about that question
16:39:28  <irresponsible_no>what you could do is to at least try to explain to me how biz might be more bang for the buck?
16:39:56  <irresponsible_no>you could try to explain to me what would happen if/when i go over 1TB
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16:40:00  <irresponsible_no>alo!
16:41:26  <irresponsible_no>you see how unfair (but other words would describe you better) you all are ... i am not asking nor assuming that i should not pay anyting above 1TB but no matter how many times i ask, you are not giving me an answer and you are not even admitting that you do not know - which would be a perfect answer in this sorry discussion
16:41:48  <mmalecki>irresponsible_no: 1 TB limit is a soft limit, meaning that nothing will happen. you don't get cut off. if we get heads up from our provider that we are exceeding our huge bandwidth limitations, we might shoot you an email and ask what's up. but you don't get automatically cut off after 1 TB.
16:42:02  <anoemi>^ right
16:42:35  <irresponsible_no>how can i take you seriosly with that answer
16:42:53  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: thats the same sort of answer you're going to get from any other PaaS
16:43:02  <anoemi>we're just here in IRC with you, talking directly
16:43:06  <irresponsible_no>you mention inciteful but then you are pouring fuel on it
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16:44:44  <irresponsible_no>so you shoot me an email and i show you how i am using 2 TB monthly and quite reasonably and i am not file sharing and how if i get lucky and my app gains traction i could end up using 10 TB - what then?
16:44:58  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: we're answering your question honestly
16:45:14  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: we
16:45:29  <irresponsible_no>others have given answers and they range from you will have to go elsewhere to oh no probs we just fix you up with own servers
16:45:30  <anoemi>'d work out what sort of custom arrangement might work best for you
16:46:45  <irresponsible_no>let me try another sort of questions
16:47:04  <irresponsible_no>are you aware how much crying so many did when google increased their app engine pricing
16:47:20  <irresponsible_no>when they increased it so much
16:47:47  <irresponsible_no>do you get it that many got cought with unsustainable biz models
16:48:17  <irresponsible_no>that were based on so crazy initial low prices
16:48:58  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: what about it?
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16:49:39  <irresponsible_no>do you care or even comprehend how irresponsible it is to be a whore and low price until one builds momentum of tooooooooo many and then increase prices where they knew they would have to bee and cherry pick just those who can afford it because hosting is not their major cost component
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16:50:25  <mmalecki>kenperkins: this is awesome - this was a pain for some time
16:50:37  <kenperkins>errored? wat
16:50:53  <anoemi>irresponsible_no: yep, we made some mistakes. we've corrected them, and now not everyone can host with us.
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16:51:09  <kenperkins>ah, I force pushed right after
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16:51:11  <kenperkins>mmalecki: thanks
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16:51:19  <kenperkins>mmalecki: pretty trivial really
16:51:34  <mmalecki>kenperkins: yeah. ooc, why do you guys expire the token?
16:51:55  <mmalecki>is this a security thing?
16:52:02  <kenperkins>I don't have the reason on hand, my guess is such that if you ever have a token, it's only good for a window
16:52:10  <kenperkins>i.e. left on the cutting room floor
16:52:12  <kenperkins>yea
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16:52:32  <mmalecki>I always print my rackspace tokens and dump them on the floor ;-)
16:52:38  <kenperkins>exactly
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16:53:30  <alex_>i just added my ssl certificate and it said it installed but it is now showing ssl errors
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16:53:41  <julianduque>alex_: whats your domain?
16:53:43  <mmalecki>kenperkins: cloudfiles don't support basic auth, do they?
16:53:49  <alex_>https://classmind.com
16:53:53  <kenperkins>basic auth?
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16:53:56  <kenperkins>meaning like http digest?
16:54:04  <cronopio1>kenperkins: awesome work!, thank you so much
16:54:04  <kenperkins>err http basic
16:54:11  <alex_>classmind.com
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16:54:40  <julianduque>alex_: check again, with www and no www
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16:55:03  <alex_>www. is set up with an old certificate
16:55:08  <alex_>we want without www
16:55:25  <booyaa>welll that was awkward, just typed jitsu deploy when i should done git push...
16:56:00  <mmalecki>booyaa: to be honest, I made `jitsu push` execute `git push` locally...
16:56:08  <alex_>we had just added the certificate for no www
16:56:29  <booyaa>call your gf by ex-gf's name, we still cool though jitsukas
16:58:17  <yawnt>booyaa: OMG YOU BETRAYED JITSU?
16:58:19  <yawnt>er
16:58:19  <yawnt>git
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16:59:00  <alex_>?
16:59:02  <julianduque>alex_: oh you have 2 certificates? let me check then
16:59:18  <alex_>okay thank you
16:59:33  <booyaa>zomg just see how dense a bash completion script (well git's). wondering why someone made a script to autogen this stuff
17:00:10  <booyaa>haha
17:00:13  <julianduque>alex_: should I delete the www.classmind.com one?
17:00:13  <mmalecki>booyaa: there are scripts to autogen this stuff. python has nice stuff too
17:00:21  <julianduque>alex_: and leave classmind.com
17:00:29  <nathan7>booyaa: Who'd you leave us for? :(
17:00:31  <booyaa>cool will start googling
17:00:31  <alex_>yes please
17:00:48  <booyaa>dude i'm still sporting an indie microplan
17:00:55  <mmalecki>booyaa: let me show you a configure script I wrote...
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17:01:27  <booyaa>i'm just trying out stuff with azure, it looks like msft acquired a lot of cool creds with v2
17:01:36  <julianduque>alex_: try again please
17:01:42  <booyaa>that and i need a host who will also do asp/mvc
17:01:46  <booyaa>mmalecki: thanks!
17:02:15  <mmalecki>booyaa: https://gist.github.com/mmalecki/47e1a52536dc952f4893 - when I type ./configure --with, it autocompletes to --with-plugin
17:02:16  <alex_>still not working
17:02:16  <alex_>https://classmind.com/
17:02:19  <mmalecki>booyaa: which is awesome
17:02:21  <julianduque>alex_: btw, great app, I <3 education
17:02:39  <alex_>thank you very much :-)
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17:03:24  <booyaa>nathan7: i'm still trying to getting my head around iisnode, i'm not convinced it's it's on par with node as it it. i mean it's a passthrough module for iis. node doesn't triffle with such things
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17:05:04  <alex_>I am getting this error " you attempted to reach classmind.com but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself as *.nodejitsu.com
17:05:06  <alex_>"
17:05:17  <booyaa>mmalecki: stupid question, but do you end up sourcing that in your bash profile or just use it as a standalone script?
17:05:28  <julianduque>alex_: I'm on it
17:05:29  <mmalecki>booyaa: it just works
17:05:46  <alex_>is it working for you?
17:06:07  <mmalecki>booyaa: if you have bash_completion for python installed, it reads python script somehow and grabs all options
17:06:11  <julianduque>alex_: not yet, i'm checking
17:06:17  <mmalecki>booyaa: I think it executes it with special param or something
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17:06:32  <booyaa>nice will give it a go
17:06:43  <booyaa>found some background pages about this via google
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17:07:16  <mmalecki>alex_: it actualy works
17:07:20  <mmalecki>alex_: try in incognito
17:07:41  <booyaa>now time to find out how crusty python osx is :D
17:08:01  <alex_>Not working in chrome incognito
17:08:02  <mmalecki>alex_: chrome does weird caching, check this out: { "key": "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----\nMIIEoQIBAAKCAQEAstVY12D9Xvrw0B5EEolZ5m6bdSGtM2QEfjWJwGPfCF8kHh0g\nUh64JWcQ4NTJcw6Jg8Wf8T2wBFTxjvBG8Q6Br/VEhKD0Px3vgiJOIexmS4SUhF7N\noH0QQS3GRNMO5eFoRRKcOngEDK/QvW3Bq02AALUt7gukuwJDUfCHRd5Uh28HJWL2\nFrVAXAT50RnP
17:08:04  <booyaa>i definitely know ruby is geborken on lion
17:08:07  <mmalecki>OH SHIT
17:08:09  <mmalecki>oJ08UCVNyY1J+8KwMdNZuwxPpqsIEx/XqvcdOf4a7e4dwQG4dUEW\nCy0TCdOpCLOBZKpmv06iFLvLrS22o8Zt784NnnOLWP96UA8keyyBBsHgwxPJixHq\n09lH5xxRrcQRJP0TGE170uk3uLbC8mh7siDHUwIDAQABAoH/PMZEau2LLbwaGqAu\ngh4rbyQnsKbBNbXH0RxgtAE8ypuKqrE7Sq0l55AfLEkkLPXDxgRjVpigONilPu5p\nLYLAkAvKPUh1uP1zZ8ZAx0aPfRqRXmrZdrEJ1Ry5RKp1Zao0xUSN01D2D1mwlq+2\nIYE0/wiTk1JhqSwbtL0JO7VTBLMkfWXCD8rgDY4Atk23WT6c8UB+yVl7YsZ9QJnj\n1DVL4PPNTB+8CEYJYbX12Cgr9I4o/xFY+u24WKaRtQONFpr5RL6QX6anFqm2NVsk\njSrKSpM6K
17:08:12  <booyaa>thank goodness for home brew
17:08:16  <mmalecki> "cert": "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\nMIIFRzCCBC+gAwIBAgIHJ8lbN9B+gDANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADCByjELMAkGA1UE\nBhMCVVMxEDAOBgNVBAgTB0FyaXpvbmExEzARBgNVBAcTClNjb3R0c2RhbGUxGjAY\nBgNVBAoTEUdvRGFkZHkuY29tLCBJbmMuMTMwMQYDVQQLEypodHRwOi8vY2VydGlm\naWNhdGVzLmdvZGFkZHkuY29tL3JlcG9zaXRvcnkxMDAuBgNVBAMTJ0dvIERhZGR5\nIFNlY3VyZSBDZXJ0aWZpY2F0aW9uIEF1dGhvcml0eTERMA8GA1UEBRMIMDc5Njky\nODcwHhcNMTMwNTE3MTY0MDAyWhcNMTUwNTE3MTY0MDAyWjA7MSEwHwYDVQQLExhE\nb21haW4gQ29udHJvbCBWYWxp
17:08:20  <kenperkins>mmalecki?
17:08:23  <mmalecki> "ca": "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\nMIIFRzCCBC+gAwIBAgIHJ8lbN9B+gDANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADCByjELMAkGA1UE\nBhMCVVMxEDAOBgNVBAgTB0FyaXpvbmExEzARBgNVBAcTClNjb3R0c2RhbGUxGjAY\nBgNVBAoTEUdvRGFkZHkuY29tLCBJbmMuMTMwMQYDVQQLEypodHRwOi8vY2VydGlm\naWNhdGVzLmdvZGFkZHkuY29tL3JlcG9zaXRvcnkxMDAuBgNVBAMTJ0dvIERhZGR5\nIFNlY3VyZSBDZXJ0aWZpY2F0aW9uIEF1dGhvcml0eTERMA8GA1UEBRMIMDc5Njky\nODcwHhcNMTMwNTE3MTY0MDAyWhcNMTUwNTE3MTY0MDAyWjA7MSEwHwYDVQQLExhE\nb21haW4gQ29udHJvbCBWYWxpZG
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17:08:37  <alex_>please dont post my certificate...
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17:08:45  <alex_>lol
17:08:52  <booyaa>sokay bro i forgot it already
17:09:01  <mmalecki>yeah, no, that wasn't complete credentials
17:09:04  <mmalecki>alex_: http://i.imgur.com/wWGda7x.png
17:09:11  <mmalecki>alex_: this is happening to me right now
17:09:28  <Nnubes256>For me, acessing to classmind.com gives me a security warn
17:09:33  <Nnubes256>In Firefox
17:09:57  <alex_>notice the www.
17:09:59  <kenperkins>ditto: I get the revoked cert error
17:10:19  <Nnubes256>Also, accesing with www gives sec_error_revoked_certificate
17:10:20  <booyaa>dudes did i read you're gonna add streaming option in jitsu logs?
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17:10:33  <Nnubes256>Yes, they're going to
17:10:35  <Nnubes256>:D
17:10:52  <mmalecki>alex_: ahhh, so we might be missing something - www is okay, but classmind.com isn't
17:10:59  <mmalecki>alex_: and you want classmind.com, right
17:11:07  <alex_>yes
17:11:12  <alex_>want without www
17:11:37  <julianduque>alex_: both www and no www or only classmind.com ?
17:11:48  <alex_>without www
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17:13:47  <alex_>i want https://classmind.com to work
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17:14:41  <mmalecki>jeez, my browser is going crazy from all those certs
17:14:51  <yawnt>i swear i read "brother"
17:15:03  <mmalecki>yawnt: yeah, i actually feed certs to my brother
17:15:19  <mmalecki>alex_: okay, looking at it more
17:17:04  <yawnt>makes sense
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17:18:40  <mmalecki>alex_: oh, hey, which DC are you hosting this app in?
17:19:09  <mmalecki>ohhh, us-sw-1
17:19:16  <mmalecki>I've been looking at wrong load balancers
17:22:05  <mmalecki>alex_: got a bug in our code. when we removed www.classmind.com, we removed whole domain.
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17:22:14  <mmalecki>alex_: restarting those LBs now
17:22:24  <mmalecki>alex_: should be good in few secs
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17:32:50  <mmalecki>can you guys confirm that https://classmind.com/ works?
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17:33:35  <kenperkins>cronopio1: I'm wondering, do my subtle changes to how you create rackspace clients in my working branch necessitate a v1.0 releaes (semver)
17:34:05  <kenperkins>I think it's got to be v1.0 :S
17:34:18  <kenperkins>because of our changing from 1st Gen compute to 2nd Gen
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17:36:23  <cronopio1>kenperkins: pm'ed
17:36:29  <Nnubes256>Both www.classmind.com and classmind.com are success
17:36:42  <Nnubes256>With valid certs
17:36:43  <mmalecki>w00t, thanks Nnubes256 :-)
17:38:33  <Nnubes256>Now an opinion question :3
17:38:42  <Nnubes256>How weird/awersome would be to make an small MMO in Node.js hosted on Nodejitsu?
17:38:53  <mmalecki>Nnubes256: pretty damn awesome
17:39:02  <Nnubes256>Hah
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17:40:33  <mmalecki>writing MMOs has to be interesting, when you consider the scale
17:40:59  <mmalecki>I'm pretty sure that WoW has some interesting technical challanges
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17:41:12  <Nnubes256>Recreating WoW in Node.js?????
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17:41:29  <mossman11>Anyone here use forever w/ mongodb?
17:41:55  <jcrugzz>Nnubes256: id like to see that
17:42:16  <mmalecki>mossman11: no, but I'd like to hear your insight. I've been thinking about refactoring forever not to suck with external apps
17:42:20  <mmalecki>(meaning not-node)
17:42:35  <mmalecki>mossman11: how's it working for you?
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17:43:16  <mossman11>mmalecki: i can't get the process to start. there was this issue (https://github.com/nodejitsu/forever/issues/148) but it still seems broken.
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17:44:02  <mudcube>Hi, I'm trying to access my app from the control panel (to remove) but keep getting a socket hang up, what to do?
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17:44:17  <nathan7>Hi mudcube
17:44:21  <nathan7>Checking it out
17:44:46  <mmalecki>mossman11: yeah, this one is a bitch, honestly. how I'd like forever to work is, `forever start -- /usr/local/bin/mongodb-linux-x86_64-2.0.0/bin/mongod`. what do you think?
17:44:58  <mudcube>it's kinda strange though, because two of my apps are accessible, but the third is not, and keeps hitting that hangup. the two which are accessible are "green" while the other is "red" (off)
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17:46:12  <mossman11>mmalecki: that seems totally sane. Are there any workarounds I can use to get mongod running with forever?
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17:46:39  <mmalecki>mossman11: can you try `forever -c "/usr/local/bin/mongodb-linux-x86_64-2.0.0/bin/mongod"`?
17:47:51  <mossman11>mmalecki: oddly it just prints out the help message without any error messages.
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17:48:42  <mmalecki>mossman11: yeah, that's forever for you. sorry for that, I think I'll have this issue fixed this weekend.
17:49:47  <mossman11>mmalecki: that would be great. I started digging into the source yesterday but was having a hard time figuring out where it was dying.
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18:11:21  <mossman11>mmalecki: is there an issue I can track?
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18:12:24  <mmalecki>mossman11: no, I'd have to create one and I have no idea how forever will look after refactor yet
18:12:43  <mmalecki>mossman11: can you drop me your email?
18:12:51  <mmalecki>(PM or whatever)
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18:39:24  <alexpol_>Hi guys, do you support node 0.10.x?
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18:41:20  <jcrugzz>alexpol_: sry not yet :/. Keep an eye on our twitter feed for updates on it. It is in the works :)
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18:42:02  <alexpol_>ok, thanks =)
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18:44:28  <jcrugzz>np :)
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18:57:54  <kenperkins>cronopio can you look at https://github.com/nodejitsu/pkgcloud/pull/140 I'd like to merge it and publish a new version of npm
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19:10:20  <mudcube>Hi Nathan, I was disconnected, did you have any luck?
19:10:53  <nathan7>mudcube: Hey
19:11:20  <nathan7>mudcube: What's the user/appname?
19:11:27  <nathan7>mudcube: I think I have a fix
19:11:57  <mudcube>nathan7: the appname is SpectraZ, and the user is mudcube
19:12:29  <nathan7>Ah
19:12:32  <nathan7>I see what happened there
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19:17:33  <mudcube>nathan7: do ya think it's something that's fixable in the next 5-10min?
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19:18:31  <nathan7>mudcube: tahdah
19:18:57  <mudcube>;) thnx
19:19:07  <nathan7>Does it work? :>
19:19:25  <mudcube>yup :)
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19:24:08  <mudcube>nathan7: Hi, I attempted to upload my app again, and hit the same problem... it's strange, I keep getting this "payment required", but it shouldn't be coming up.
19:29:47  <mudcube>"Nodejitsu Error (402): Payment Required" -- but am not trying to start up a new node, just updating one that is already up. I have 5-drones, but only 4 are active.
19:29:49  <cronopio>kenperkins: feel free to merge and tag when you see convenient, at night if I see new tags I will publish it
19:30:47  <nathan7>oh what the hell
19:31:11  <nathan7>mudcube: also, am I seeing this right? node 0.6?
19:31:49  <mudcube>nathan7: good point, what should that be?
19:32:55  <mudcube>nathan7: updating to 0.10.x
19:33:02  <nathan7>mudcube: we don't have 0.10.x support yet
19:33:36  <mudcube>nathan7: ok, what version would you recommend?
19:33:46  <nathan7>mudcube: 0.8 is what we support, 0.10 support is coming
19:34:29  <nathan7>we still have 0.6 support
19:35:21  <mudcube>nathan7: 0.6.x was inserting upon the jitsu deploy command by default
19:35:28  <nathan7>That's odd. Are you running 0.6?
19:35:46  <mudcube>v0.8.16
19:35:46  <mudcube>v0.8.16
19:35:58  <nathan7>That's odd.
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19:38:09  <spartastudio>hi, i am new in nodejitsu i`m trying to deploy my app but i got an error
19:38:16  <spartastudio>"No matching versions found"
19:38:25  <mudcube>I gotta get going in a few, do you think it's possible to get this up and running? I feel like so much time has been spent hitting "dead socket" screens, and "payment required" screens in the past few days...
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19:38:35  <nathan7>mudcube: Yep, I'm investigating this
19:38:37  <nathan7>spartastudio: Ahoy
19:38:45  <nathan7>spartastudio: What's in your package.json's engines field?
19:38:57  <spartastudio>"engines": { "node": "0.10.x", "npm": "1.1.x" }
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19:39:20  <nathan7>Ah.
19:39:25  <nathan7>We don't have 0.10 yet
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19:39:45  <spartastudio>ok, version 0.8 it`s ok?
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19:40:41  <nathan7>mudcube: Spectra0 is running with three drones, oddly enough
19:41:24  <mudcube>hmm, it says 2 in the webops console for me though?
19:41:45  <nathan7>Yeah, it has maxDrones: 2 too
19:43:07  <mudcube>it's odd, a couple days ago, I ran into an issue where I would click on the "minus" button, and it would tell me there wasn't enough drones available... so ended up deleting the app, which fixed that problem... but it was odd
19:43:38  <spartastudio>it`s working now, thanks
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19:52:49  <mudcube>now running into: "Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error"
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19:54:07  <kenperkins>cronopio: do you use normal tags or annotated ones
19:54:25  <cronopio>kenperkins: normal I guess
19:54:40  <kenperkins>git tag 'v0.7.3' or git tag -a 'v0.7.3'
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19:58:23  <mudcube>ok, gotta head out. Please email me when things are working again!
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19:59:58  <cronopio>kenperkins: brb, will review when come back. Thanks again
20:00:02  <kenperkins>np
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20:34:49  <svnlto>i keep hitting the timeout limit on my app when deploying :/
20:35:05  <nathan7>Listen timeout?
20:35:12  <nathan7>That's like.. 30 seconds
20:35:29  <svnlto>i know..
20:35:33  <svnlto>its odd
20:35:56  <svnlto>< /oom
20:36:03  <svnlto>that's the app
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20:36:23  <svnlto>maybe you can see more on your end
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20:39:01  <svnlto>looks like its worked this time round
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20:51:37  <nathan7>svnlto: Are you doing it like after your require()s?
20:51:39  <nathan7>svnlto: or later?
20:52:18  <svnlto>?
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20:53:55  <nathan7>svnlto: Your .listen()
20:54:14  <svnlto>oh
20:54:30  <svnlto>last thing
20:54:53  <nathan7>Yeah, you probably want to move that up
20:55:32  <svnlto>ok..
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20:59:13  <svnlto>do you mean the listen on the proxy or the apps?
20:59:33  <nathan7>svnlto: What do you mean exactly?
21:00:03  <svnlto>not sure which .listen() you are referring to
21:00:13  <nathan7>can I take a look at your code?
21:01:39  <svnlto>sure give me a moment need to commit a few things and then give you access
21:01:54  <nathan7>I can fetch the snapshot
21:02:01  <svnlto>ok
21:02:06  <nathan7>Just need your permission
21:02:06  <svnlto>go for it
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21:03:51  <joshvermaire>is there anything special i need to do to get my app served over https?
21:04:07  <joshvermaire>i have a dead simple test app and i keep getting an error page. 502 socket hang up
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21:04:48  <julianduque>joshvermaire: deploy a simple http app
21:04:59  <jcrugzz>joshvermaire: check the logs of that app
21:05:02  <julianduque>joshvermaire: then access it using https://, you don't need to create an https server
21:05:42  <joshvermaire>jcrugzz: no logs
21:06:45  <joshvermaire>julianduque: the reason i even need https is because i'm trying to subscribe to a notification from google
21:06:45  <jcrugzz>joshvermaire: whats the username/appname?
21:07:13  <jcrugzz>joshvermaire: you will get https no problem as julian said, there just appears to be an issue with the app or the drone you are on :)
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21:07:33  <joshvermaire>ok, appname is stupidsimplejitsu
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21:08:48  <jcrugzz>joshvermaire: is your irc name your username?
21:08:50  <joshvermaire>yep
21:11:24  <jcrugzz>joshvermaire: could you try changing your subdomain to joshvermaire-stupidsimplejitsu?
21:11:37  <joshvermaire>sure
21:11:40  <svnlto>@nathan7
21:12:03  <svnlto>nathan7: i have a guess, it could be that redis is the problem
21:12:19  <svnlto>at least thats the only thing that shows in the logs
21:12:22  <nathan7>I'm reinstalling jitsu after emptying my npm cache, npm fucked up
21:12:48  <joshvermaire>jcrugzz: deployed. ddidn't seem to change anything
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21:16:20  <jcrugzz>joshvermaire: ahh i see the issue. change your `scripts.start` to `node app.js` instead of app.js
21:16:37  <jcrugzz>i think thats causing something weird to go on
21:16:47  <jcrugzz>but you should also change your node engine to 0.8.x
21:18:39  <joshvermaire>jcrugzz: i updated both the node engine and the scripts start command and deployed again
21:18:45  <joshvermaire>jcrugzz: still failing :-/
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21:20:23  <jcrugzz>hmmm
21:20:57  <jcrugzz>let me do a little more digging, this is quite odd cause your app seems to be running fine
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21:21:11  <joshvermaire>ok, great -- thanks a lot
21:21:15  <julianduque>jcrugzz: I will help you with this :)
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21:24:29  <julianduque>joshvermaire: you are trying to create an https server, you need to create an http server and let jitsu handle the ssl stuff for you
21:24:55  <julianduque>joshvermaire: and cert and key needs to be deployed using webops (business plan feature)
21:25:18  <joshvermaire>i see
21:25:33  <julianduque>so, create an http server, and point the address to https://
21:25:47  <julianduque>our balancers will handle the ssl for you
21:25:50  <jcrugzz>our balancers make it work like magic
21:26:32  <joshvermaire>well i know they work magically. just couldnt' figure out what i was doing wrong
21:26:47  <joshvermaire>but i'll definitley do that
21:26:49  <joshvermaire>thanks for the help
21:27:06  <jcrugzz>np :)
21:27:23  <julianduque>awesome :)
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21:33:11  <nathan7>svnlto: hey
21:33:16  <nathan7>svnlto: I see you're listening on multiple ports
21:33:38  <svnlto>yup
21:33:56  <svnlto>multiple apps
21:34:47  <jcrugzz>svnlto: even if you are running multiple apps you can only have one http server, just make them server different html based on URL. or something of the sort
21:35:01  <jcrugzz>(not sure what your app does though)
21:35:47  <svnlto>1 app is just hosting a backbone app the other app is and api
21:36:47  <julianduque>svnlto: merge in a single app, mount backbone app as a static server using 1 single http server
21:36:59  <julianduque>svnlto: you can use ecstatic or connect-static
21:37:40  <svnlto>i need them to be separate
21:38:18  <svnlto>i know I could just merge them but its not what I want
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21:39:19  <julianduque>svnlto: so, you can use 2 drones, one for the api and the other for your backbone app
21:41:28  <nathan7>svnlto: Have the modules be functions
21:41:39  <nathan7>svnlto: function(req, res)
21:41:48  <svnlto>the modules are functins
21:42:02  <svnlto>oh, i see what you mean
21:42:36  <nathan7>And then you can just mount them on one server
21:42:49  <nathan7>oh, I see, you're making internal API reqs
21:43:06  <svnlto>so 1 drone = 1 http server?
21:43:11  <svnlto>is that what it is?
21:43:14  <nathan7>One application is one HTTP server
21:43:21  <nathan7>One drone is one instance of your application
21:43:32  <nathan7>svnlto: We route HTTP to the port you listen on
21:43:50  <nathan7>svnlto: if you listen on 3 ports, 1 in 3 times we'll get it right - there are no guarantees on listen order
21:44:03  <svnlto>gotcha
21:44:07  <julianduque>svnlto: exactly, 1 drone = 1 http server
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21:54:30  <silverwind>Is there an config option to stop the jitsu app from warning about using "*" for dependancy versions?
21:55:30  <julianduque>silverwind: use an specific version instead :)
21:55:46  <jcrugzz>silverwind: I don't think so, but it is trying to tell you something useful :). * dependencies can cause your app to break. Your best bet is installing modules using `npm install module --save`
21:56:53  <julianduque>Yesterday I saw a customer that begin to get their content triplicated, it was due to a change in jade and he didn't know it, it was a hard one to catch
22:01:36  <silverwind>jcrugzz: ahh, didn't know about that one. So it's best to run npm install --save before deploying if I want the latest dependancies?
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22:02:30  <julianduque>silverwind: exactly
22:02:34  <jcrugzz>silverwind: it will automatically puts them in your package.json in a safe semver way :)
22:02:50  <jcrugzz>if you have installed all of them in that fashion, they will get the latest safe version when deployed always
22:03:03  <jcrugzz>assuming the module authors are following semver of course
22:04:18  <mudcube>Hello, I'm having issues with Nodejitsu, and cannot upload to my account, nor access my project through the webops, could someone please help?
22:04:58  <silverwind>hmm, now what to do about engines: { node: '*' }.would 'node >= 0.8' load 0.10 once you provide it?
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22:12:04  <julianduque>silverwind: it's better to use 0.8.x until we announce node 0.10 support
22:12:26  <julianduque>mudcube: what happened? do you have an error log to share in a gist?
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22:14:14  <silverwind>julianduque: I just tried it with ">=0.6.0" and it gave me 0.8.19 so i guess i can keep it to at ">=0.8.0" for later, thanks
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22:15:14  <julianduque>silverwind: :)
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22:16:15  <MrGrinst>Quick question coming from a complete node.js newb. Trying to get this to run to enable some classmates and I to do group projects: http://chaoscollective.org/projects/builtinspace.html
22:16:37  <MrGrinst>How would I go about getting that up and running using nodejitsu?
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22:19:36  <julianduque>MrGrinst: let me check, didn't know about it
22:19:39  <silverwind>strange, now ">=0.8.0" gives me 0.8.22, is that the latest you're running?
22:19:55  <nathan7>Yeah
22:19:58  <nathan7>That's correct
22:20:03  <julianduque>silverwind: we have some drones on .19, others on .22
22:20:09  <silverwind>ahh
22:21:06  <MrGrinst>@julianduque: Thanks
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22:27:18  <julianduque>MrGrinst: trying to deploy it
22:31:07  <MrGrinst>@juilianduque: Awesome
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22:32:09  <Scott_>Hi
22:32:22  <Scott_>I'm at a startup weekend and we are trying to use jitsu....
22:32:25  <julianduque>Hello!
22:32:26  <Scott_>running into some problems.
22:32:29  <Scott_>Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error
22:32:31  <julianduque>Scott_: tell me, how can I help?
22:32:35  <Scott_>Rackspace Error (404): Item not found
22:33:23  <rossk>hey kenperkins, what's the status on createImage pkgcloud call?
22:33:28  <julianduque>Scott_: username and app name please
22:33:29  <rossk>for rackspace
22:33:35  <kenperkins>didn't we fix that?
22:33:40  * kenperkinstries to remember
22:33:53  <Scott_>username is nodeglass, app is nodeglass
22:34:21  <Scott_>We're buildng an app for google glass :)
22:34:28  <julianduque>MrGrinst: can't deploy it, need some tweeks and I need to understand what is that :)
22:34:39  <julianduque>Scott_: let me check
22:34:47  <MrGrinst>Okay gotcha. Thanks for trying.
22:34:55  <rossk>kenperkins, running off of 0.7.2 and seeing 'TypeError: Cannot read property 'image' of undefined'
22:35:00  <rossk>in the return callback
22:35:10  <kenperkins>looking
22:35:36  <kenperkins>are you using rackspace provider or openstack
22:35:38  <julianduque>Scott_: I will try to activate the last snapshot (0.0.0-17) and see whats happening
22:35:44  <Scott_>Ok
22:36:07  <rossk>ken, rackspace, but hold on -- may be user error
22:36:24  <kenperkins>it's quite possibly broken on the rackspace provider. I know we fixed it for openstack
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22:38:45  <julianduque>Scott_: you can only start a http server, you are trying to start an https server and app it's failing
22:39:15  <julianduque>Scott_: so, remove the https server from your code and use the https support from nodejitsu, you only need to append https:// to your app and it's done
22:39:23  <julianduque>Scott_: our balancers handle the security for you
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22:42:03  <Scott_>Oh okay -http://docs.nodejitsu.com/articles/HTTP/servers/how-to-create-a-HTTPS-server
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22:42:09  <Scott_>it says to create an https server
22:42:12  <Scott_>is that incorrect?
22:43:02  <Scott_>I would like to use my own cert
22:44:12  <julianduque>Scott_: yes, it's a generic node.js article, not a nodejitsu one, if you want to use your own cert you can upload it using webops
22:44:24  <julianduque>Scott_: it's a feature for business plans only
22:44:59  <silverwind>MrGrinst: I had a quick look at it. I'd first fix the errors (absolute paths and stuff), then fill out the missing stuff in package.json, update dependancies, and once it's running locally, deploy
22:45:18  <Scott_>darn :(
22:46:22  <julianduque>silverwind: I got stuck on the absolute paths because it trys to delete something on start
22:46:51  <silverwind>yeah, no idea how this ever worked
22:46:56  <julianduque>MrGrinst: ^ thats a good way to try
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22:47:58  <silverwind>i wrapped those in a try, got it running, but there seem to be a few other things bugged
22:49:34  <aykutyaman>hello, I started to give "jitsu deploy" from a different directory and now I can't start my app. It gives this error in the logs: https://gist.github.com/aykutyaman/5602456 . But I know that that file is there.
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22:50:44  <julianduque>aykutyaman: make sure isn't on your .gitignore or .npmignore
22:51:16  <aykutyaman>julianduque: ok, I'm gonna check
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23:02:33  <aykutyaman>julianduque: thank you, .gitignore was the problem.
23:03:13  <nathan7>If you make an .npmignore, we'll use that instead of .gitignore
23:03:21  <julianduque>aykutyaman: glad it worked
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23:07:16  <jcrugzz>aykutyaman: if you want to preserve your .gitignore, create a blank .npmignore
23:07:58  <aykutyaman>jcrugzz: thank you, I will do it!
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23:12:27  <jcrugzz>np :)
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23:22:34  <indexzero>sup kenperkins
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