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00:31:36  <jsont>hey, for some reason my application won't deploy. It claims that I've reached the max drone limit when I haven't
00:31:48  <jcrugzz>jsont: username/appname?
00:32:10  <jsont>jteplitz/hopdragons
00:32:23  <jsont>I think it has something to do with one of my apps being open source
00:32:36  <jsont>I think that that app is using the drone I paid for instead of the free drone
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00:35:15  <jsont>It's fairly urgent because I'm running a beta test of the app right now with a few testers
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00:36:17  <jcrugzz>jsont: ok, on it :)
00:36:21  <jsont>thank you
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00:38:16  <jcrugzz>jsont: can you run a jitsu deploy --debug on it and gist me the output? this will help me figure out where its checking :)
00:38:51  <jsont>ok, it's uploading
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00:41:22  <jsont>https://gist.github.com/jteplitz602/5632012
00:47:11  <jsont>jcrugzz: any luck?
00:47:32  <jcrugzz>jsont: still digging into this cause your open source app should be excluded from the billing check
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00:48:43  <jsont>any chance you can credit me a drone for tonight only? I really need the app to be up right now
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00:53:13  <jcrugzz>jsont: yea i should be able to do that 1 sec. what is the timeframe that you need it up?
00:53:31  <jsont>Pretty much as fast as you can
00:53:41  <jsont>I've got people who have been waiting to connect for the last half hour
00:54:08  <jcrugzz>jsont: give it another go with the --debug flag
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00:57:44  <jcrugzz>let me know if it succeeds or not
00:58:01  <jsont>no luck
00:58:04  <jsont>different error this time though
00:58:12  <jcrugzz>jsont: gist me that
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00:58:26  <jsont>https://gist.github.com/jteplitz602/5632088
00:59:19  <jsont>I activated a snapshot from the webops page and it started up
00:59:39  <jcrugzz>jsont: ok cool
01:00:02  <jsont>except the server keeps returning 502s
01:00:40  <jcrugzz>jsont: this is most likely an application error
01:01:07  <jsont>it doesn't look like it. There's nothing in the logs
01:02:46  <jcrugzz>jsont: im watching the logs on the drone (your logs arent realtime yet unfortuantely). it doesnt give a clear error but it stops/starts during the authorization handshake of socket.io
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01:06:23  <jcrugzz>jsont: im seeing things like this https://gist.github.com/jcrugzz/5710db2302cb17bcf415 before it crashes
01:07:31  <jsont>hmmm. There's no reason for it to crash on a handshake
01:07:40  <jsont>have you guys had any other problems with socket.io?
01:09:01  <jcrugzz>jsont: it has alway caused troubles from my experience but havent seen anything like this (as some people have gotten it to a usable state)
01:09:07  <jcrugzz>i just always recommend engine.io
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01:10:11  <jcrugzz>jsont: can you show me a gist of the code handling the server/socket.io things
01:10:42  <jcrugzz>you can pm me a secret gist
01:11:22  <jsont>it's fairly complex. It was working on jitsu yesterday. I'm going to try some debugging on my own
01:11:25  <jsont>thanks though
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01:12:07  <jcrugzz>jsont: ok and np. yea its definitely something secretly failing in some manner, LOG ALL THE THINGS haha
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02:25:51  <pksunkara>dscape: JasonSmith: congrats on the news
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02:57:20  <filmaj>hello, any nodejitsu staff available? i get "subscription limit reached" but i dont think ive hit my limit
02:57:25  <filmaj>unless the free/open source project hosting now counts against my plan
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03:11:49  <kenperkins>cronopio: any thoughts on the PR?
03:13:33  <cronopio>kenperkins: I need to do some tests, but all tests are passing for me and so for looks everything good
03:14:00  <kenperkins>did you actually look at how the rackspace client derives from openstack now?
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03:17:35  <cronopio>kenperkins: yes, very short files :)
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03:29:27  <cronopio>kenperkins: everything seems very complete and organized, awesome job!
03:30:05  <kenperkins>cronopio: tbh I think it was a net simplification
03:31:51  <cronopio>kenperkins: very good btw, we first write the rackspace client and some months after I started the openstack client, this rewrote was necessary
03:33:22  <cronopio>kenperkins: now reusing most of the code make a lot of sense
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03:36:30  <dscape>kenperkins: i dont like irc that much
03:36:34  <dscape>im on twitter if you need me
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07:13:09  <marciopuga>The Nodejitsu cloud is currently at capacity ?
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07:13:57  <`3rdEden>marciopuga: if you are deploying to us-sw-1 you might
07:15:37  <`3rdEden>making room atm
07:15:58  <marciopuga>cool
07:16:51  <`3rdEden>marciopuga: should be good to go again
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07:18:47  <marciopuga>I'm trying
07:18:51  <marciopuga>one sec
07:19:23  <marciopuga>The Nodejitsu cloud is currently at capacity. Please try again later.
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07:22:23  <mmalecki>marciopuga: maintenance
07:22:38  <mmalecki>should be done in few minutes
07:23:25  <marciopuga>cool dude
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07:25:31  <steffenmllr>Hey guys, I have an app running in production and need to update, It's a business account. I do get "The Nodejitsu cloud is currently at capacity" while uploading. How long until this is fixed
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07:28:45  <jesusabdullah>steffenmllr: maintenance
07:30:08  <nathan7>Yo dudes, we're doing API maintenance
07:30:28  <steffenmllr>thank, ok good to know. You should write emails to your customers with that stuff
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07:33:42  <LeeHyungGeun>hi
07:35:27  <nathan7>Hi!
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07:55:41  <KK>wbat up Owls! No deploy love :(
07:57:28  <KK>The Nodejitsu cloud is currently at capacity. Please try again later.
07:58:33  <mmalecki>we're running some short maintenance, will be done really shortly
07:58:44  <mmalecki>done now, actually
07:59:00  <KK>Oki doki!
07:59:07  * mmaleckitopic: Nodejitsu | Cloud Status https://status.jit.su | IrisCouch kicks ass with us now: https://blog.nodejitsu.com/iriscouch-acquisition
07:59:20  * indexzerotopic: Nodejitsu | Cloud Status https://status.jit.su | IrisCouch kicks ass with us now: https://blog.nodejitsu.com/iriscouch-acquisition
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08:19:59  <booyaa|foo>morning!
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08:48:13  <torvalde>hi nodejitsu, the individual plans has 1 day log retention, but the last log entry I can find for my my app is about 8 pm yesterday, is this correct?
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09:00:41  <Evgeny->Hi guys, how can i download sourse from my jitsu site?
09:01:34  <`3rdEden>Evgeny-: `jitsu snapshots fetch`
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09:06:11  <Evgeny->thanks a lot
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09:17:16  <torvalde>hi nodejitsu, the individual plans has 1 day log retention, but the last log entry I can find for my my app is about 8 pm yesterday, is this correct?
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09:23:04  <nathan7>torvalde: That hasn't gone into effect yet afaik
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09:34:33  <Evgeny->Why jitsu get down when i try to upload image?
09:34:44  <Evgeny->Use express
09:34:45  <Evgeny->app.use(express.bodyParser({uploadDir: (__dirname + '/uploads')}));
09:38:05  <jesusabdullah>get down, get down!
09:38:11  <jesusabdullah>doo doo doo, doo doo doo!
09:38:23  <standoo>hello
09:38:27  <jesusabdullah>jitsu wants to boogie
09:38:42  <jesusabdullah><-- not a nodejitsu
09:39:09  <jesusabdullah>Evgeny-: I can tell you that "get down" is not nearly enough information to be useful, you should gist something more concrete to these poor dudes
09:39:13  <jesusabdullah>standoo also hello
09:39:29  <standoo>hi
09:39:35  <nathan7>Evgeny-: username / appname?
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09:56:57  <Evgeny->[05/23 13:56:26 GMT+0400] :71 [05/23 13:56:26 GMT+0400] throw arguments[1]; // Unhandled 'error' event [05/23 13:56:26 GMT+0400] ^ [05/23 13:56:26 GMT+0400] Error: ENOENT, open '/opt/haibu/apps/evgeny-/test-work/package/uploads/0ab70d00298294f6db2fd58afa35b073' [05/23 13:56:26 GMT+0400] events.js
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10:19:06  <torvalde>how long log retention is it currently for individual plans on nodejitsu?
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10:28:49  <drgerd>hi, we got a real strange problem. cant't reach any of www.nodejitsu.com www.joyent.com www.slidecaptain.com ds049537.mongolab.com out of our office network. any ideas?
10:29:18  <nathan7>that's strange
10:29:27  <nathan7>They're publically accessible from anywhere
10:29:41  <nathan7>so odd work firewall rules I guess
10:33:03  <drgerd>doesn't even work when directly connecting via cable (no firewall)
10:37:05  <nathan7>There's still a firewall between the outside world and your machine
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11:24:34  <drgerd>@nathan7 me again regarding not reaching nodejitsu.com etc.
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11:26:04  <drgerd>just phoned with our provider (www.unitymedia.de): they also can't reach the sites. when using Hotspot Shield everything works
11:26:37  <drgerd>is it in any way possible that Joyent blocks access from specific networks?
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11:30:13  <dch>drgerd: same here (in Vienna, Austria) weird. Some massive internet black hole vortex of packet death?
11:32:16  <drgerd>dch: thx for the info!
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11:39:26  <drgerd>dch: what provider do you use?
11:42:23  <nathan7>..please don't let this be a BGP fuckup or something
11:42:31  <dch>drgerd: nao idea. ummm upc locally, no idea after that.
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11:47:29  <drgerd>dch: so it looks like a problem at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UPC_Broadband, since UPC.at and unitymedia.de are subsidiaries of them
11:47:56  <dch>drgerd: good to know, thanks!
11:50:11  <drgerd>nathan7: is there anything anyone can do?
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11:51:15  <fysio>hi all
11:51:34  <fysio>i have a question regarding pricings for a small business
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11:52:56  <nathan7>drgerd: Probably UPC's fault
11:53:08  <dch>drgerd: 63-235-40-153.dia.static.qwest.net (63.235.40.153) 185.732 ms 189.346 ms 185.712 ms is the last hop that returns stuff.
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11:53:54  <dch>wild guess is BGP madness in USA.
11:54:39  <fysio>so the question is regarding the drones
11:55:40  <nathan7>Hi fysio
11:58:21  <drgerd>dch: same here
12:00:24  <dch>drgerd: . If you're desperate, you can spin up a box in (say) aws, and use ssh tunnel w/ port forwarding + an entry in /etc/hosts to point npm to your tunnel, or just use an http proxy alternatively.
12:03:42  <nathan7>fysio: What's your question exactly?
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13:19:02  <booyaa|foo>`3rdEden: is the pub/sub stuff in lua?
13:19:29  <`3rdEden>booyaa|foo: yes/no
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13:19:45  <`3rdEden>a part of it is written lua the other part in node
13:20:09  <booyaa|foo>`3rdEden: ah... the troupe guys had a really nice demo of some pubsub using faye (node)
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13:20:43  <booyaa|foo>i dunno if faye is on any other platforms i know it covers node and client side
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13:22:33  <`3rdEden>booyaa|foo: faye runs on Ruby and Node
13:22:48  <`3rdEden>I'm merely fixing redis's pub/sub implementation
13:23:19  <`3rdEden>which makes me rage, hard.
13:23:23  <booyaa|foo>ah
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13:32:21  <binbob>Hi. I've got a question. Is a drone a node instance or an instance of a virtual machine? Meaning, can one drone have multiple nodejs instances running? I'm thinking of using Pomelo that seems to use at least five instances of nodejs for basic operation.
13:34:48  <julianduque>binbob: a drone is a virtual machine
13:35:26  <julianduque>binbob: only one node.js app can run on a drone (or multiple drones)
13:36:51  <binbob>thanks. I'm new on NodeJS. That means no Pomelo?
13:36:57  <julianduque>binbob: not sure how Pomelo works
13:37:18  <julianduque>binbob: what do you mean by 5 instances? 5 different servers?
13:37:42  <nathan7>binbob: You can run 5 instances of node, yeah
13:38:13  <binbob>while testing pomelo out now, when i launch the server and do a tasklist i can see five instances of node.exe
13:38:57  <binbob>nathan7: oh, ok. thanks.
13:38:58  <nathan7>It might take a shitload of memory though
13:39:16  <nathan7>You have 256M on a normal drone
13:41:01  <binbob>okay. so are drones clustered virtual machines or allocations of resources? do you have to implement some special packages to use multiple drones with more ram?
13:42:33  <julianduque>binbob: clusteres vm's, business plans account can increase drone ram up to 1024mb
13:43:56  <binbob>ah, great. thanks
13:46:40  <binbob>with business plan, are drones distributed to datacenters or do you have to pick one?
13:46:50  <julianduque>do you have to pick one
13:47:03  <binbob>ok
13:47:06  <binbob>thanks guys
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13:57:48  <gdownes>Hi. Can anybody tell me whether a .htaccess file, will have any effect when hosted on nodejitsu
13:57:56  <gdownes>?
13:58:18  <julianduque>gdownes: no effect at all
13:59:40  <gdownes>Thanks, so alternatives will have to be defined using node
14:00:24  <julianduque>gdownes: yes, what do you need to do?
14:01:58  <gdownes>Set expiry headers by file type
14:02:41  <julianduque>yes, you need to do that in your app (node side)
14:03:10  <gdownes>Thanks for your help
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14:17:45  <jetienne>: i would like not to crash in case of exception. any where in the code. any hint ?
14:20:10  <jetienne>http://nodejs.org/docs/latest/api/process.html#process_event_uncaughtexception thanks
14:20:14  <julianduque>jetienne: don't throw exceptions, handle it, and you can use process.on('uncaughtException') to handle it
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14:21:32  <jetienne>julianduque: thanks, but i need to be sure… this is for a production server of a real time game
14:21:42  <jetienne>julianduque: i understand what you mean tho :)
14:21:50  <julianduque>:)
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14:47:42  <dacopenhagen>alright, this is day # 3, and I still can't push up my website to nodejitsu...
14:47:42  <fysio>quick question, what kind of priceplan do you need to have the site not restarting after a while?
14:49:42  <fysio>anyone?
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14:50:04  <julianduque>fysio: what do you mean?
14:50:20  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: still the timeout error?
14:50:45  <fysio>well correct me if im wrong but doesnt the drones restart if a site is idle, having the first request taking a bit longer ?
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14:51:29  <julianduque>fysio: no, the drones only restart if there is a crash
14:51:41  <swaagie>julianduque, you beat me to it :P
14:51:53  <swaagie>was about to hit enter
14:52:04  <julianduque>haha
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14:53:27  <julianduque>fyster: drones only restart if there is a crash not when idle
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14:54:05  <kenperkins>morning
14:54:08  <kenperkins>mmalecki hows the big city
14:54:18  <dacopenhagen>yes still the timeout error
14:54:26  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: can we talk at private?
14:54:27  <dacopenhagen>ahha, 3rd time today and it pushed
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14:55:04  <fyster>so if a site is idle for say 4 hours, the next request will still be as fast?
14:55:41  <swaagie>fyster, it should in theory, do consider DNS caching, disk cache browser cache
14:56:00  <fyster>yes of course, just talking conceptually
14:56:10  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: whats the size of the snapshot?
14:56:20  <dacopenhagen>41 mb i believe
14:56:26  <julianduque>hmmm
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14:56:38  <swaagie>fyster, we wont put drones in an idle state ourselves
14:56:44  <julianduque>We have seeing problems with snapshots > 30mb
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14:57:04  <swaagie>and I doubt joyent will do anything like that as well
14:57:31  <fyster>swaagie: swaagie: thank you.
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14:59:16  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: if you deploy a snapshot and this failed to start, next time don't deploy do a jitsu snapshots activate instead
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15:11:50  <dacopenhagen>ahh okay, so i am uploading first, what is the command for that?
15:12:01  <dacopenhagen>ahh, nm
15:12:10  <dacopenhagen>i'll deploy, if it times out, do an activate - thanks
15:12:29  <swaagie>yup sorry for that inconvenience ;)
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16:08:58  <kenperkins>cronopio: think we can get v0.8 merged today?
16:10:35  <cronopio>kenperkins: not sure, need to do a complete test and ensure all is working great
16:10:45  <kenperkins>what does that encompass for you guys?
16:11:51  <cronopio>kenperkins: well, we got some internal tools using pkgcloud and I got some test-apps using it
16:12:01  <kenperkins>I see, do you use compute on rackspace at all anymore?
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16:12:53  <cronopio>kenperkins: no, compute I dont think so, Im sure we're using storage on rackspace
16:13:00  <kenperkins>gotcha
16:13:14  <kenperkins>is the code that leverages pkgcloud opensource?
16:13:20  <kenperkins>could I do a review as well?
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16:14:35  <cronopio>kenperkins: no, sorry is close sorce. Thanks for ask
16:15:19  <kenperkins>no prob
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16:16:59  <cronopio>oh maybe some tool in opsmezzo use pkgcloud, I'll check it out
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16:20:40  <filmaj>hi! any jitsu folk around can assist with hitting a false positive on a subscription limit?
16:20:59  <julianduque>filmaj: how can I help?
16:21:44  <filmaj>julianduque: hi! my account (filmaj) has two apps. i have the micro plan. one of the apps was registered as a free/open source software app (medic) and so originally was not supposed to count against my limit
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16:22:06  <julianduque>filmaj: let me check
16:22:06  <filmaj>i ended up deleting my other, non-OSS app, and then went to re-deploy, and now i get a subscription limit error
16:22:22  <filmaj>thx
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16:25:06  <julianduque>filmaj: confirmed
16:26:05  <julianduque>filmaj: I will investigate whats happening
16:26:10  <filmaj>cool, thanks
16:26:19  <kenperkins>what's baton?
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16:36:16  <julianduque>filmaj: found the bug, it's a regression on our new API, already sent a PR.
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16:38:51  <julianduque>filmaj: I started your application `blazd`
16:39:27  <filmaj>thanks!
16:39:34  <julianduque>maybe I will signup :p
16:39:45  <filmaj>haha rad
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16:40:06  <filmaj>still working on getting it to a minimum viable product :P
16:40:28  <filmaj>julianduque: is it at the point where you'd have to manually start it if i redeployed ?
16:40:48  <julianduque>filmaj: no
16:40:56  <filmaj>awesome! thank you
16:40:57  <julianduque>you have a temp fix
16:41:00  <filmaj>kk
16:41:09  <julianduque>while we deploy the general fix to production
16:41:24  <filmaj>cheers, appreciate that
16:41:32  <julianduque>:)
16:41:35  <kenperkins>hmmm https://github.com/opsmezzo/composer doesn't seem to actually use pkgcloud cc cronopio
16:42:40  <cronopio>brb
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18:17:00  <mmalecki>kenperkins: it doesn't, good call
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18:22:07  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/opsmezzo/composer/compare/458fc98b6db3...aace90f60ba3
18:22:07  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/opsmezzo/composer/builds/7436337
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18:38:12  <jndvdcn>hi guys, I have a question about zombie.js, anyone can help?
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18:39:48  <nathan7>jndvdcn: ahoy
18:40:09  <nathan7>jndvdcn: zombie should pretty much just work I think, I'm not sure if contextify works on SmartOS
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18:41:31  <jndvdcn>@nathan7 I may be in the wrong place, I was looking for some help on a general problem with zombie.js
18:41:58  <nathan7>jndvdcn: nodejitsu is a node.js PaaS
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18:42:26  <nathan7>jndvdcn: #node.js is general node.js stuff - I'd gladly help, but I'm not familiar with zombie
18:42:40  <jndvdcn>@nathan7 yes, I have read
18:42:59  <jndvdcn>@nathan7 sorry, how do I get to #node.js
18:43:04  <nathan7>jndvdcn: /join #node.js
18:43:28  <jndvdcn>@nathan7 sure... how ? : )
18:44:04  <nathan7>jndvdcn: just type /join #node.js
18:44:38  <jndvdcn>@nathan7 thx
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19:23:51  <kenperkins>mmalecki: sorry I was going through all pkgcloud references on github looking for people to commuincate with regarding the v.08 PR
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21:00:49  <isaacs>greetings, beloved meatbags
21:01:02  <isaacs>the jitsu module depends on "ladder": https://npmjs.org/package/ladder
21:01:08  <isaacs>can someone tell me what this module does?
21:01:24  <isaacs>someone else wants the name, and i'm happy to say no to them, but i'm really confused about what it's even supposed to be doing.
21:01:47  <Sly>yawnt: ^
21:01:53  <isaacs>it looks like it just splits up a string, and then finds the first instance of `/(\t|\s)+/` and returns either \t or the number of spaces?
21:02:05  <isaacs>is this for guessing how a json file is spaced or something?
21:02:13  <Sly>isaacs: dunno. It's yawnt's module.
21:02:13  <isaacs>yawnt: are you [email protected]?
21:02:32  <nathan7>Hey isaacs
21:02:33  <isaacs>yawn.localhost
21:02:34  <isaacs>hey
21:03:14  <yawnt>isaacs: hey
21:03:21  <yawnt>i spoke to the dude
21:03:28  <isaacs>oh, oi
21:03:28  <yawnt>via email
21:03:30  <isaacs>kewl
21:03:33  <yawnt>he chose another name
21:03:36  <isaacs>sounds good.
21:03:39  <yawnt>(i think i cc'd you in tho)
21:03:44  <isaacs>yawnt: nope
21:03:47  <yawnt>uhm
21:03:47  <isaacs>yawnt: but it's fine
21:03:51  <yawnt>im pretty positive i did
21:03:52  <yawnt>whatever
21:03:54  <yawnt>all good
21:03:57  <yawnt>:D
21:04:03  <isaacs>yawnt: can you add a github repo url to your package.json, and a readme?
21:04:09  <yawnt>sure
21:04:12  <isaacs>yawnt: thanks
21:04:22  <yawnt>np
21:04:34  <isaacs>yawnt: the github repo is the most important, because if you have that then maybe someone else will do the rest ;)
21:06:30  <yawnt>isaacs: readme's already ther
21:06:36  <yawnt>just gotta publish new verson
21:06:39  <yawnt>sorry bout that :P
21:07:04  <isaacs>yawnt: no worries. i just set a 4week timer any time i get these sort of emails, and it dinged today :)
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21:10:33  <nathan7>isaacs: sorry for the timing, but I just got reminded of this
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21:11:50  <yawnt>isaacs: https://npmjs.org/package/ladder
21:11:50  <yawnt>done
21:12:01  <nathan7>isaacs: https://github.com/nathan7/node/commit/ec452c3a87d06aa0771c78cc4d8136f520b8d189 would you take this as a pullreq?
21:12:38  <nathan7>isaacs: removes http .on('upgrade') bodyHead arg
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21:17:53  <mmalecki>nathan7: keep in mind that not only ws uses 101 upgrade
21:18:41  <nathan7>mmalecki: hm?
21:18:57  <mmalecki>nathan7: upgrade isn't specific to WS :)
21:19:02  <nathan7>mmalecki: so..?
21:19:16  <nathan7>mmalecki: where did you see ws?
21:19:20  <mmalecki>other protocols might have bodyHead matters
21:19:26  <nathan7>mmalecki: no
21:19:27  <mmalecki>*bodyHead which matters
21:19:35  <nathan7>mmalecki: bodyHead is what the HTTP parser read too much
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21:19:47  <nathan7>mmalecki: it's a streams1 thing
21:19:54  <nathan7>mmalecki: couldn't push data back onto the stream
21:20:02  <mmalecki>well, okay then, I'm probably confused
21:22:13  <nathan7>actually
21:22:18  <nathan7>I wonder if that still *happens*
21:23:30  <nathan7>var bodyHead = d.slice(start + bytesParsed, end);
21:24:28  <mmalecki>this arg has been an empty buffer for me since ws specs changed
21:24:49  <nathan7>I think it might always be an empty buffer with streams2
21:25:02  <nathan7>mmalecki: it's what should be coming in on the socket
21:27:21  <nathan7>I'd expect test-http-upgrade-*.js to break if it's always empty
21:28:21  <nathan7>Yep
21:28:29  <nathan7>If I delay the write by 100ms it breaks the test.
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21:29:00  <nathan7>mmalecki: if you send shit over the upgraded conn quickly, it'll go in bodyHead
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21:29:11  <nathan7>mmalecki: if it arrives in the next chunk, it's in the stream
21:29:40  <nathan7>I need to fix all the tests breaking from this
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21:30:23  <mmalecki>interesting...
21:30:39  <nathan7>it's a streams1 artifact
21:30:41  <mmalecki>why do we still unshift then?
21:30:42  <nathan7>it'll have to go
21:30:54  <nathan7>mmalecki: the HTTP parser does funky shit
21:31:03  <nathan7>mmalecki: it uses a .ondata callback, not the eventemitter interface
21:31:17  <nathan7>mmalecki: which is an internal hack for faster HTTP parsing
21:31:34  <mmalecki>I know how this works :)
21:31:47  <mmalecki>I'm just confused that packets of data can end up ignored
21:32:05  <nathan7>mmalecki: it's in the same chunk as the end of header
21:32:33  <nathan7>mmalecki: read tests/simple/test-http-upgrade-agent.js or one of its relatives
21:32:47  <mmalecki>okay, I'll look
21:32:49  <mmalecki>brb lunch
21:33:18  <nathan7>mmalecki: send it all at once, it arrives in the same chunk, test is happy (it asserts bodyHead equality)
21:34:00  <nathan7>mmalecki: wait 100ms and you break shit (OS might even break it up - the test isn't really deterministic)
21:35:10  <nathan7>okay I should go to sleep and tomorrow patch this shit up
21:36:04  <nathan7>I noticed this two months ago and I still haven't pullreq'd it
21:37:34  <nathan7>Maybe it should pass an empty buffer along for compat.
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22:14:22  <isaacs>nathan7: yikes...
22:14:58  <isaacs>nathan7: so, i think we have to provide something int hat argument slot, though, right?
22:15:15  <isaacs>nathan7: that being said, yes, this is wonderful
22:15:44  <isaacs>nathan7: but maybe create a zero-length buffer, or whatever it would be if there actually wasn't a bodyHead (ie, if the chunks just happened to line up perfectly)
22:16:33  <nathan7>isaacs: then it's an empty buffer I figure, yeah
22:17:14  <isaacs>nathan7: yeah
22:17:55  <nathan7>isaacs: Thanks for looking <3
22:18:08  <isaacs>nathan7: you can just create a `var emptyBuffer = Buffer(0);` as a module-level var, along with a comment about what it's doing there.
22:18:18  <nathan7>isaacs: okay, cool, I was about to ask that
22:18:25  <isaacs>nathan7: also, a test would make it easier to accept.
22:18:28  <nathan7>isaacs: Yep
22:18:40  <nathan7>isaacs: I'll do tests and then pullreq
22:18:47  <isaacs>kk
22:18:52  <nathan7>hmm..
22:18:57  <isaacs>nathan7: can be done against 0.10
22:19:12  <nathan7>to sleep and delay code, or to patch this shit up
22:19:13  <isaacs>since it changes no interfaces.
22:19:17  <isaacs>haha
22:19:23  <isaacs>sleep is usually the right decision.
22:19:26  <isaacs>:)
22:19:33  <isaacs>if it is available to you :)
22:19:40  <isaacs>sometimes when i have code pending, sleep is difficult to attain
22:19:47  <isaacs>it's noisy, rattling around in my head.
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22:21:20  <nathan7>I think I'll go sleep and spend my friday afternoon with the tests
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22:47:01  <Fishrock123>Does nodejitsu re-install all the deps everytime you deploy even if they haven't changed?
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22:57:01  <Sly>Fishrock123: no, we bundle them when you upload your snapshot.
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22:57:48  <Fishrock123>Hmm, ok. After the uploading bar is done there is a significant wait and I'm just wondering what might be causing it.
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23:14:00  <kenperkins>not yet
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23:18:52  <Sly>Fishrock123: that's your dependencies installing. It does it every time you upload a snapshot.
23:19:05  <Sly>Sorry, I thought you were talking about starting.
23:19:14  <Sly>But yeah, every deployment installs deps whether they changed or not
23:19:26  <Sly>Because every deploy is a new snapshot
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23:56:30  <marciopuga>Hi guys
23:56:50  <mmalecki>marciopuga: hi :)
23:56:52  <marciopuga>Im getting this when I deploy: Error: Subscription limit reached. No drones started.
23:57:02  <mmalecki>marciopuga: yeah, I'm deploying a fix for it now
23:57:10  <marciopuga>ok perfect
23:58:25  <mmalecki>marciopuga: can you try now?
23:58:31  <marciopuga>yes
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