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00:01:10  <flockonus>trying again
00:01:10  <coderarity>interestingly enough, if you're using nvm, it may be getting the new binary packages
00:02:02  <coderarity>oh, that's only 0.8.6 tho
00:02:24  <AvianFlu>flockonus: `npm cache clear && npm install jitsu -g`
00:02:35  <flockonus>@coderarity: yup! it worked =)
00:02:41  <AvianFlu>cool
00:02:50  <flockonus>best support ever
00:03:18  <coderarity>:P
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00:06:46  <flockonus>when I made this question back ~4 months ago the answer was: no, but it is worth repeating now with 0.8
00:07:10  <flockonus>is it worth to use the cluster module? or is it useless per the drone use?
00:07:17  <coderarity>nope
00:07:21  <coderarity>it does not work
00:07:41  <flockonus>thanks
00:08:31  <AvianFlu>flockonus: you're on one virtual core
00:08:41  <AvianFlu>you will actively degrade your performance by using it, severely
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00:10:18  <flockonus>the answer still exactly the same =)
00:10:25  <flockonus>which is actually quite confortable
00:10:53  <coderarity>drones are way easier to scale than processes :P
00:11:00  <flockonus>I'd scale my websockets, as heroku does for http, as increadins Dynos, right?
00:11:20  <flockonus>or Drones, for the matter :P
00:12:00  <flockonus>assuming I use redis for sessions and socket.io, the plan should be consistent, right?
00:12:16  <coderarity>sure
00:12:46  <coderarity>that's what I'm gonna do for mah js13kgames entry
00:13:55  <flockonus>Ahhhh competitor!!!
00:14:26  <flockonus>don't jam my connection ¬¬
00:14:28  <flockonus>hahahahaha
00:14:29  <coderarity>flockonus, bring it!
00:14:38  <coderarity>lol I'll play fair
00:14:42  <AvianFlu>coderarity: drones are actually harder to scale than processes - we just built all the hard stuff already :D
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00:15:11  <coderarity>AvianFlu, well, the word drones implies nodejitsu because it's all named around haibu and stuff
00:15:21  <coderarity>like bee drones and haibu hives and stuff
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00:18:01  <AvianFlu>it's harder to cluster multiple servers than multiple processes, if you're gonna do it all by hand
00:18:30  <coderarity>:P
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00:18:50  <coderarity>everything is easier with a team of devops watching your app
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00:19:10  <mmalecki>unless you're on the team of devops :D
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00:35:58  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] blakmatrix pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/VYLOOA
00:35:58  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu/master] [api] updated default node engine to use version 0.8.x - Farrin Reid
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00:42:28  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/0ce7bbb77daa...c12c0ec869fa
00:42:28  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/2072134
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00:43:01  <coderarity>blakmatrix, ++
00:43:02  <kohai>blakmatrix has 22 Gold-Pressed Latinum bricks
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02:00:12  <nlognbob>are you guys to the point where you want to investigate one-time errors, or are you just working on things that prevent work from getting done? https://gist.github.com/d9f9337eca7b8ee919f1 . Error seems to be one-time only.
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02:08:03  <mmalecki>nlognbob: I'll look, thanks for mentioning
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02:54:14  <Costa>Weird problem would love some help
02:54:48  <coderarity>Costa, what's up?
02:54:52  <Costa>I'm getting this error: [Error: error happened in your connection]
02:55:01  <coderarity>Costa, where?
02:55:23  <Costa>So I dug around in my code, but everything looks fine, in fact it works peachy here: https://creativespace.nodejitsu.com
02:55:40  <Costa>I get the error when I run my app on localhost
02:55:50  <Costa>But it's strange, I'll only get it about 1 out of 5 times
02:55:59  <Costa>this is true for any of my routes
02:56:26  <Costa>most of which begin with a nano.request and end by rendering a jade view
02:56:52  <coderarity>are you connecting to a local couchdb?
02:57:01  <coderarity>also what's your stack trace look like?
02:57:21  <Costa>no, I'm connecting to the same couchdb as the deployed app https://wamoyo.iriscouch.com
02:57:47  <Costa>[ 'Error: connect ECONNREFUSED', ' at errnoException (net.js:768:11)', ' at Object.afterConnect [as oncomplete] (net.js:759:19)' ]
02:58:02  <coderarity>that's your whole stack trace?
02:58:05  <coderarity>:O
02:58:17  <Costa>Haha, is that bad?
02:58:54  <Costa>I was on node 0.8.0 so I upgraded to 0.8.6 thiking maybe there are some fixes I was missing, that didn't change anything
03:00:44  <coderarity>i mean, usually it'll tell you where the ECONNREFUSED was coming from
03:01:29  <Costa>Here's the whole error, it's not saying, if I had a line number that would rock. { [Error: error happened in your connection] name: 'Error', scope: 'socket', errid: 'request', code: 'ECONNREFUSED', errno: 'ECONNREFUSED', syscall: 'connect', description: 'connect ECONNREFUSED', stacktrace: [ 'Error: connect ECONNREFUSED', ' at errnoException (net.js:768:11)', ' at Object.afterConnect [as oncomplet
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03:05:23  <coderarity>hmmm
03:05:41  <Costa>indeed
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03:07:16  <coderarity>do you know when it happens? like, is it happening at startup or when you make a request?
03:08:16  <coderarity>oh, you said during a request
03:08:38  <coderarity>it must be when you connect to your couchdb, that's the only outgoing connection when someone sends a request right?
03:09:10  <coderarity>or it could be the request connection doing something really weird I suppose
03:10:07  <Costa>I think I found when it's happening
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03:10:54  <Costa>Let me put the code in a gist real quick
03:11:07  <coderarity>alright
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03:11:56  <blakmatrix_>costa: are you twilio guy?
03:12:12  <Costa>https://gist.github.com/3300579
03:12:28  <Costa>twilio? No.
03:12:31  <Costa>Sorry
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03:12:45  <blakmatrix_>no need to be sorry lol
03:14:26  <Costa>:)
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03:17:09  <Costa>Damn it, now the bug is totally gone
03:17:14  <blakmatrix_>oh when you were in hre earlier i tried to link you our boilerplate for express3 and socket io
03:17:15  <Costa>And I have no idea what fixed it
03:17:42  <coderarity>Costa, :\
03:17:45  <Costa>blakmatrix was that to me?
03:17:59  <blakmatrix_>Costa: https://github.com/blakmatrix/boilerplates/tree/master/socket.io
03:17:59  <coderarity>Costa, maybe mention it in #node.js and see if anyone recognizes it?
03:18:53  <Costa>That's not a bad idea
03:19:08  <Costa>I'm so confused as to how that showed up and is now gone
03:19:18  <Costa>Thanks for the help!!!
03:19:29  <coderarity>np
03:20:40  <Costa>@blakmatrix looks interesting, do you have a specific question for me?
03:22:22  <blakmatrix_>lol no... i just was talking to you earlier i dont remebre what but then i went to link you that
03:22:33  <blakmatrix_>but the second i hit send you left lol
03:23:18  <Costa>hmmm... I don't remember, it might not have been me, although I did have a bug with socket.io, all fixed now
03:23:55  <Costa>Thanks though, I'll take a look!
03:23:58  <Costa>Bye everyone
03:24:02  <blakmatrix_>byr
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04:02:31  <marciopuga>anyone alive?
04:02:43  <mmalecki>yup
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04:06:43  <marciopuga>mmalecki
04:06:54  <marciopuga>I'm having a hard time debugging world-now
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04:07:19  <marciopuga>I can't deploy properly and it's taking a very long time to replicate the servers
04:07:28  <marciopuga>So i keep getting the old one
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04:07:48  <mmalecki>marciopuga: can you try `jitsu apps restart`? that should at least restart the app
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04:08:06  <blakmatrix_>which pap?
04:09:02  <marciopuga>world-now
04:09:13  <marciopuga>can we get it down to one drone to finish the testing ?
04:09:17  <blakmatrix_>mmalecki: he has 5 drones
04:09:34  <blakmatrix_>sure haha
04:09:43  <mmalecki>blakmatrix_: mind doing that?
04:09:48  <blakmatrix_>yeah sure
04:09:52  <mmalecki>thanks :)
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04:11:39  <axefrog>how does node scale apps up or down? I can't find any commands to change the number of drones in use
04:11:50  <axefrog>node^nodejitsu
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04:12:37  <mmalecki>axefrog: it's not accessible through jitsu yet. if your app needs scaling, you talk to support. we're happy to help if it gets popular :)
04:13:30  <axefrog>ah right i see - i assume you intend to add it to jitsu? I imagine you'll have customers coming over from heroku asking "hey, how come i can't do it myself?"
04:14:01  <axefrog>(really like nodejitsu so far, i should mention :))
04:14:25  <axefrog>pricing is nicer too
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04:14:58  <mmalecki>axefrog: of course we do :)
04:15:07  <axefrog>cool, just checking :D
04:15:17  <blakmatrix>marciopuga: all set let us know when you need more
04:15:35  <marciopuga>just 1?
04:15:38  <blakmatrix>hey axefrog
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04:15:44  <blakmatrix>yeah its set to one right now
04:15:53  <axefrog>hey
04:16:43  <blakmatrix>axefrog: I got your support ticket... i am passing it around to peeps in the office,
04:18:10  <blakmatrix>since its a little bit advanced for me
04:18:11  <blakmatrix>haha
04:18:18  <axefrog>blakmatrix - ah cheers, shortly after i asked the same question here - it was suggested that i just use a regular http server, and that node-http-proxy is mainly for reverse proxying. then i went to bed... but I was gonna try that this morning and see if I was just overcomplicating things.
04:18:22  <blakmatrix>so just wanted to let you know I'm on it
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04:18:42  <axefrog>ah cheers, much appreciated - you guys have great support btw
04:18:47  <blakmatrix>oh ok... well if yo uhave more questions feel free to ask us here
04:18:54  <blakmatrix>thanks
04:20:33  <axefrog>nobody else seems to have bitten on the deployment issue yet :-/ ... perhaps i am overestimating how much the node crowd wants it
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04:33:00  <blakmatrix>deployment issue?
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04:54:48  <marciopuga>anyone alive?
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04:58:08  <blakmatrix_>barely
04:58:34  <blakmatrix_>i need to get some sleep tonight... not getting much sleep the past three nights haha
04:58:42  <blakmatrix_>whats up
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05:03:12  <nlognbob>maybe you guys should send another ticket to loggly saying your customers are getting testy about 1 hour log delays.....
05:06:40  <blakmatrix_>i'll see if i can't figure something out nlognbob
05:07:16  <nlognbob>cool.....eager to see results of my bug fix 30 minutes ago; hard to repeat on localhost
05:07:42  <nlognbob>app = nlognbob
05:08:27  <nlognbob>wow, it just jumped ahead to near real-time. was that something you did?
05:09:04  <blakmatrix_>only if some one is a telepath and read my thouhgts lol
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05:09:52  <mmalecki>I have no idea what happened. they seemed pretty scared and promised to fix it when I approached them.
05:10:21  <nlognbob>theory: loggly will give me more up-to-date logs if I have lower volume of logs. do you think that could be true?
05:11:42  <mmalecki>nlognbob: seeems correct. they tend to have problems with indexing sometimes
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05:12:24  <nlognbob>I think I may keep this 'sandbox' app turned off except when I need debugging output.....
05:12:48  <nlognbob>that should avoid a log logjam
05:13:02  <nlognbob>haha, logjam. get it? haha....
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05:26:52  <marciopuga>indexzero: +
05:26:56  <marciopuga>anyone alive?
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05:27:06  <indexzero>marciopuga: sup?
05:27:34  <blakmatrix_>indexzero: i gots it
05:27:38  <marciopuga>all good around here
05:27:44  <indexzero>k
05:27:52  <marciopuga>indexzero: what is going on there?
05:28:08  <indexzero>usual, watching movies and making it happen
05:28:31  <blakmatrix_>what movie?
05:30:01  <mmalecki>blakmatrix_: am I finally allowed to go to sleep? lol
05:30:11  <blakmatrix_>mmalecki: lol
05:30:24  <mmalecki>blakmatrix_: seriously tho, need anything else?
05:30:26  <blakmatrix_>I thought you already did
05:30:33  <blakmatrix_>no i'm good haha
05:30:39  <mmalecki>okay
05:30:43  <mmalecki>night folks
05:30:49  <blakmatrix_>mmalecki: night
05:30:50  <mmalecki>or should I say, morning?
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05:40:56  <Eddie_>I'm getting 'Internal Server Error' when I try to view app on browser
05:41:25  <Eddie_>jitsu deploy works fine
05:41:54  <blakmatrix_>Eddie_: can you run jitsu apps start <yourapp>
05:42:10  <Eddie_>yes, app is started
05:42:40  <blakmatrix_>link ?
05:42:58  <Eddie_>http://foxsocks79.splodger.test.nodejitsu.com/
05:43:02  <blakmatrix_>whats your username/appname
05:43:17  <Eddie_>un: foxsocks79
05:43:24  <Eddie_>ap: splodger
05:43:44  <blakmatrix_>it loaded for me , but on refress i get the error
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05:44:08  <Eddie_>yeah, it loaded for me 1st time
05:44:23  <Eddie_>I've tried deleting and re-deploying
05:44:36  <Eddie_>I've tried stop-starting too
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05:46:21  <cjm>blakmatrix_, i'm getting ECONNREFUSED, but jitsu start doesn't work -- float.jit.su
05:46:30  <cjm>server logs ld.so.1: node: fatal: relocation error: file /opt/haibu/apps/float/Float/package/node_modules/redis/node_modules/hiredis/build/
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05:47:43  <blakmatrix_>Eddie_: give it a favicon ... it seems to be crashing because of that
05:48:00  <Eddie_>alright, I'll do that
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05:50:48  <blakmatrix_>cjm: :S our dev ops team is working on that issue
05:51:39  <cjm>blakmatrix_ any idea on how long?
05:51:51  <blakmatrix_>cjm: and i reall dont have an idea on the eta
05:52:07  <cjm>ok, :(
05:52:21  <blakmatrix_>what your username/appname
05:52:27  <cjm>float
05:52:42  <blakmatrix_>I can take a look but i dunno if I can do much haha
05:52:56  <blakmatrix_>cjm/float?
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05:53:04  <cjm>ok, thanks for trying :) float/float
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06:19:39  <yawnt>ò/
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06:21:38  <adambreen>Hey Nodejitsu folks - we're planning to sign up for a business plan when they come online. Loving your 0.8.x support now, btw! Question: Do I need to use node.cluster to take advantage of multiple drones? If not, does Express just magically "handle" sessions across drones?
06:23:31  <blakmatrix_>no and i'm no sure
06:24:02  <adambreen>ok thanks :)
06:24:08  <blakmatrix_>adambreen:
06:24:10  <adambreen>good to know that cluster isn't required at least
06:24:28  <blakmatrix_>imagine each drone as an idividual program
06:24:46  <blakmatrix_>so to conect them ou need somethign they can all communicate on
06:25:15  <adambreen>ok, makes sense
06:25:28  <adambreen>so a sessionstore like Redis, for instance, rather than a MemoryStore
06:25:35  <blakmatrix_>yeah
06:25:39  <blakmatrix_>definately
06:25:59  <adambreen>ok, so it's basically the same abstraction as Heroku's dynos on Cedar?
06:26:30  <blakmatrix_>cjm: your app is in a constant loop trying to start/compile
06:27:03  <blakmatrix_>hmmm... maybe I'm not exactly keen on how they work but i suspect it might be similar
06:27:55  <adambreen>ok, thanks very much for the info
06:28:08  <blakmatrix_>best example i have for you... is you run your app locally... then you open nother shell, run it again... except each instance in its own vm
06:28:12  <adambreen>do you have a status page?
06:28:23  <blakmatrix_>and ther is a balancer above the two that balance traffic
06:28:35  <blakmatrix_>status page
06:28:38  <blakmatrix_>?
06:28:45  <adambreen>yep got it. full app isolation with a load balancer
06:28:57  <blakmatrix_>like when our plans are out?
06:29:06  <adambreen>i.e. how can I see if your platform is having issues
06:29:23  <blakmatrix_>we never have issue
06:29:25  <blakmatrix_>j/k
06:29:27  <adambreen>;)
06:29:55  <blakmatrix_>no we dont have a status page yet... we do have a websocket page... http://wsping.jit.su
06:30:35  <blakmatrix_>but thats about it right now, we probably will have one once we deploy the plans and reamp the webUI app
06:30:45  <adambreen>your socket page is cool :)
06:31:10  <blakmatrix_>thanks
06:31:36  <adambreen>ok fair enough. can you recommend any node-based monitoring packages?
06:32:03  <adambreen>i basically need to move our online sales presentation app across to a platform that can handle bloody websockets ;)
06:32:18  <adambreen>(we're on Heroku now, and it's a bit dodgy)
06:32:40  <blakmatrix_>heroku doesnt have websockets :P
06:32:44  <adambreen>indeeed
06:32:51  <blakmatrix_>xhrpolling
06:32:52  <adambreen>not to mention flaky socket.io behaviour
06:33:04  <adambreen>yeah, have tried quite a few config options hey
06:35:17  <blakmatrix_>i dunno about monitoring tools but i see hook.io has a few monitoring tools
06:37:09  <adambreen>interesting - thanks for the tip. hadn't seen hook.io before, but it looks cool
06:37:13  <appinsanity>marak ok?
06:37:50  <blakmatrix_>appinsanity: havent seen him
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06:39:19  <appinsanity>funny, i happened in on the twitter rant, and ironically stumbled on the hook.io podcast which was awesome....
06:39:48  <appinsanity>so I was flipping back and forth and was like wtf...
06:40:14  <appinsanity>...I have mad respect for marak, i'm like what is going on
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06:40:56  <blakmatrix_>yeah i dunno, probably best not to ask about it here, but feel free to ask in #node.js
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06:42:52  <appinsanity>blakmatrix: why?
06:45:03  <blakmatrix_>well like this is jitsu, support business whatever, got a rep to uphold in here :)
06:47:29  <appinsanity>marak is no longer part of nodejitsu? or just not cool to talk about it here? sorry but I was early alpha and have huge respect for him,
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06:49:55  <jesusabdullah>wait, what?
06:50:03  <blakmatrix_>I havent recieved any info that he still doesn't wok here, and what happened today shouldn't be talked about in here
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06:50:43  <jesusabdullah>appinsanity: Marak's fine.
06:50:53  <jesusabdullah>appinsanity: and that podcast *was* quite good wasn't it?
06:50:58  <appinsanity>he took a stand, no? sorry was just asking
06:51:06  <jesusabdullah>Honestly? I slept through it.
06:51:07  <blakmatrix_>i found that podcast the other day
06:51:09  <appinsanity>it was awesome
06:51:18  <blakmatrix_>I want to listen to it
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06:51:30  <appinsanity>it was awesome
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06:51:32  <blakmatrix_>but i get so distracted by other work lol
06:51:59  <appinsanity>k...
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06:52:41  <jesusabdullah>:)
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06:53:32  <appinsanity>sorry for bringing it up, but marak is a 99.9th percentile hacker and I was genuinely concerned
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07:03:21  <jesusabdullah>appinsanity: It's okay. :) I'm sure he'd appreciate the sentiment.
07:03:32  <appinsanity>how quickly people forget: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwl-Inrn86M
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07:04:31  <appinsanity>damn right, he was being crucified
07:04:59  <nlognbob_>so, my app has crashed for no apparent reason, was not restarted, nothing in the logs. any way to find out what happened?
07:05:26  <nlognbob_>or maybe it was stopped for no reason. as i said, no errors seen
07:06:10  <nlognbob_>app nogn. getting 404
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07:09:51  <nlognbob_>I guess I'll just start it
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07:23:48  <appinsanity__>well I took it to the node.js irc: "<indexzero> appinsanity_: dramascript; it happens"
07:24:25  <iBooyaa>huh?
07:24:26  <ljharb>you also asked like 6 times in a row
07:26:26  <blakmatrix_>appinsanity__: can you pm me
07:27:41  <appinsanity__>blakmatrix_: let me jump on a real IRC client
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07:28:41  <iBooyaa>well pleasantly surprised that 0.8.6 compiled on the pi
07:28:51  <blakmatrix_>oooh really?
07:28:53  <iBooyaa>should really look at the patch and see
07:28:56  <blakmatrix_>hw long did it take
07:29:01  <blakmatrix_>what are you running/
07:29:25  <iBooyaa>2 hours but I can complete make test
07:29:32  <blakmatrix_>i tried 6.20 a few weeks ago and it failed miserably :S
07:29:32  <iBooyaa>I think might be a swap issue
07:29:50  <blakmatrix_>yeah i think mine was also a memorey issue
07:30:00  <iBooyaa>running official Debian which uses hard fp instead of emulation
07:30:09  <blakmatrix_>fp ?
07:30:09  <iBooyaa>raspbian based
07:30:14  <iBooyaa>floating point
07:30:18  <blakmatrix_>oh yeah hehe
07:30:40  <blakmatrix_>i just finlly got around to getting all the cables an stuff for mine
07:30:53  <iBooyaa>of you're running official Debian I can share my compiled dir
07:30:56  <blakmatrix_>i downloaded like 3 raspian images
07:31:06  <No9_>iBooyaa you can hook it up to johnny-five as well :)
07:31:35  <iBooyaa>the official is pretty sweet, the only other distro I would choose would be arch
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07:31:43  <iBooyaa>No9_: ja!
07:31:58  <blakmatrix_>do you know much abotu the Q based image?
07:32:02  <blakmatrix_>QT
07:32:16  <iBooyaa>no not really is it still on te download page?
07:32:38  <iBooyaa>I use my pi headless ATM so gfx arent a worry
07:32:44  <iBooyaa>is it any good?
07:32:48  <blakmatrix_>QtonPi
07:34:56  <No9_>iBooyaa yes you have to do a node-gyp directly in serialport dependency because of a bug but it's up
07:35:53  <iBooyaa>very cool! the gert has just been released looks like a nice and safe way to get at the gpio
07:37:08  <DTrejo>RT me ;) https://twitter.com/ddtrejo/status/233466456917028864
07:37:18  <DTrejo>blakmatrix_: thanks for the auto compat pull req
07:37:23  <DTrejo>I merged it and updated my engines for it
07:39:10  <DTrejo>thanks blak :)
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07:41:01  <yawnt>time to go swimming
07:41:02  <yawnt>l8r
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07:54:56  <blakmatrix_>DTrejo: wut?
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07:55:19  <DTrejo>i think you wrote a pull request bot for nodejitsu right?
07:59:27  <blakmatrix_>yeah
07:59:35  <blakmatrix_>migratorBot
07:59:48  <blakmatrix_>i should giveit a freindly name
08:00:02  <SubStack>DTrejo: you seem up to things as of late!
08:00:11  <DTrejo>yesh :)
08:00:17  <DTrejo>SubStack: did you try running it and get a score?
08:00:36  <blakmatrix_>casper
08:00:37  <SubStack>running which?
08:00:51  <DTrejo>npm -g install rotten; rotten
08:00:54  <DTrejo>inside a git repo
08:01:02  <SubStack>o_O
08:01:03  <booyaa>oh what a fool, node -v !=== working version of node on the pi
08:01:23  <SubStack>haha oh neat
08:01:25  <booyaa>got illegal instruction when i tried to run repl or a script.
08:02:29  <DTrejo>:)
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09:16:35  <[AD]Turbo>hi there
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09:20:55  <markmarijnissen>i'm just checking out nodejitsu, as a developer, to experiment with it... i was wondering if there are any persistent storage solutions such as MongoDB or Redis I could use with nodejitsu??
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09:26:19  <booyaa>markmarijnissen: yeah no reason why you can't use those. you'll need to store your api key in a environment variable
09:26:45  <booyaa>but you shoudl be able to use any of the db as a service providers
09:27:26  <markmarijnissen>ah yes, but nodejitsu does not host them, correct?
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09:28:35  <Init--WithStyle->lag time on getting an invite after creating an account?
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09:33:18  <markmarijnissen>@init; I just signed up and received a invite in like a minute or so
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09:34:19  <yawnt>1km swim
09:34:21  <yawnt>feels good man
09:34:22  <yawnt>:D
09:35:18  <MannyCal>any suggestions on where to store file uploads from nodejitsu app apart from s3?
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09:36:46  <Init--WithStyle->markmarijnissen: It seems the invite code isn't working correctly
09:36:50  <Init--WithStyle->"invalid invite code"
09:36:53  <Init--WithStyle->could just be lag..
09:39:16  <markmarijnissen>i have no idea, being a new user myself, i just copy-pasted the code and it worked
09:39:43  <Init--WithStyle->maybe I need to copy paste harder :)
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09:42:18  <booyaa>yawnt: nice! i need to get back to swimming otherwise i can never be triathelete
09:42:26  <booyaa>not even sure if i spelt that right
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09:58:55  <yawnt>booyaa: cool
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10:00:14  * booyaahas the running, bikes tbh aren't that tough just stay on it
10:00:19  <booyaa>swimming requires technique
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10:13:14  <yawnt>i've done swimming for
10:13:18  <yawnt>8 years?
10:13:21  <yawnt>something like that
10:13:39  <yawnt>then i just couldn't stand it anymore and dropped.. but i still love water
10:13:57  <yawnt>if you take me to the sea i can stay in water for like 4+ hours
10:14:07  <yawnt>but i feel like aa gold fish when it comes to swimming pools
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10:18:21  <booyaa>heh sea kinda freaks me out still
10:18:42  <booyaa>open waters are just i dunno TOOO FUCKING DEEP
10:19:00  <booyaa>sorry that's what i think when i imagine me swimming in open waters
10:19:01  <booyaa>:D
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10:21:36  <yawnt>yay i die :(
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10:22:30  <[AD]Turbo>i'm trying out nodejitsu, as a developer; is it possible to run custom C daemon? in my case, my nodejs application needs to connect to a daemon I've written
10:23:20  <booyaa>i'd surprised if they did let you
10:23:52  <booyaa>i'm assuming since they moved to joyent they're now on sparc architecture
10:24:11  <booyaa>actually isn't sunos/slowaris runnig on intel nowadays?
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10:25:45  <[AD]Turbo>it wouldn't be a problem to compile the daemon for sparc architecture, but I suspect that they won't allow me to run custom daemons
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10:25:55  <devandy>i get an error when I try to install jiutsu through nmp
10:26:01  <devandy>npm
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10:27:36  <devandy>someone can help me?
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10:30:20  <markmarijnissen>devandy: what is your error msg?
10:31:11  <devandy>No compatible version found: read@'>=1.0.0- <1.1.0-'
10:31:30  <markmarijnissen>what kind of version of node.js are you using?
10:31:33  <markmarijnissen>could it be outdated?
10:31:45  <markmarijnissen>it's a kind of vague dependency error
10:31:56  <devandy>0.6.12
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10:32:35  <devandy>lauching sudo npm install jitsu -g
10:32:42  <markmarijnissen>hmm perhaps that is a problem, i am not sure though
10:33:10  <markmarijnissen>its some dependency error message, that is for sure
10:33:27  <markmarijnissen>it seems to be the 'read' dependency but that is kind of vague
10:33:49  <devandy>the error log is big i can't send it here
10:33:52  <devandy>but
10:34:02  <devandy>i can see these things:
10:34:10  <markmarijnissen>http://pastebin.com/
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10:36:39  <devandy>http://pastebin.com/NKjAuySL
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10:44:09  <devandy>i'm trying upgrade node.js
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10:46:45  <devandy>via apt-get i'm getting the same node.js version, 0.6.12
10:47:13  <markmarijnissen>i did a manual install from nodejs
10:47:21  <markmarijnissen>im using linux mint on a thinkpad
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10:47:49  <markmarijnissen>i just downloaded source and tar xvfz, ./configure, make, make install
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10:49:56  <devandy>and it's working?
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11:09:08  <markmarijnissen>devandy: yes, that works perfectly fine
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11:31:58  <devandy>ok, i've installed node 0.8.2
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11:32:07  <devandy>and then jitsu
11:32:11  <devandy>now works
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11:34:56  <booyaa>\o/
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11:37:49  <devandy>i'm getting an error when i deploy
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11:50:41  <devandy>Cannot find module 'socket.io'
11:50:55  <devandy>is it not supported?
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11:52:53  <`3rdEden>devandy it is supported, is it in your package.json file?
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12:01:57  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] flatiron/flatiron#152 (master - c899f16 : Pavan Kumar Sunkara): The build passed.
12:01:57  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/flatiron/compare/f4f720f7463b...c899f165e23a
12:01:57  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/flatiron/builds/2075643
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12:10:15  <Nodejitsu-Github>[nodejitsu-api] pksunkara pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/sBaL9A
12:10:15  <Nodejitsu-Github>[nodejitsu-api/master] [fix] Fix some whitespaces - Pavan Kumar Sunkara
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12:10:16  <RobotGrrl_>heya! is there any way to use an app that uses websockets and tcp sockets on nodejitsu?
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12:54:24  <MannyCal>AvianFlu: any suggestions where to put file uploads from nodejitsu apps apart from amazon s3?
12:55:35  <AvianFlu>MannyCal: could always use some sort of database
12:55:56  <AvianFlu>you've got a few gigs of local HDD space, but you'll lose anything there if you redeploy
12:56:09  <AvianFlu>something like s3 is probably sanest
12:56:15  <AvianFlu>or cloudfiles, or one of the others
12:56:32  <devandy>resolved, in fact i haven't added socket.io into package.json
12:56:39  <devandy>thanks to all, now all works
12:57:00  <AvianFlu>devandy: ++
12:57:00  <kohai>devandy has 1 beer
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13:13:00  <kohai>@jcleblanc Scaling node.js to 100k concurrent connections http://t.co/zIU0aLtM
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13:16:58  <kohai>@nodenpm bal-util (1.13.0): http://t.co/8YJORVnA Common utility functions for Node.js used and maintained by Benjamin Lupton
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14:21:50  <joelongstreet>i'm having deploy issues, everytime I hit my url, it says "An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}". I read about this on github issue tracker but the only suggestion seemed to be run jitsu deploy again
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14:23:33  <AvianFlu>joelongstreet: how long ago did you last deploy?
14:23:39  <joelongstreet>just a few minutes ago
14:23:40  <AvianFlu>and what port does your app try to listen on?
14:23:44  <joelongstreet>3000
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14:24:06  <joelongstreet>also, I get this in the logs - ld.so.1: node: fatal: relocation error: file /opt/haibu/apps/cremalab/faceholdit/package/node_modules/redis/node_modules/hiredis/build/Release/hiredis.node: symbol redisReaderCreate: referenced symbol not found
14:24:17  <AvianFlu>okay
14:24:19  <AvianFlu>that's the problem then
14:24:26  <AvianFlu>your app is in a slow crash loop from a linker error
14:24:32  <AvianFlu>so it runs long enough that it registers as started
14:24:37  <AvianFlu>but never long enough to be listening when you connect
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14:24:47  <AvianFlu>if you npm shrinkwrap and remove the hiredis dep
14:24:50  <AvianFlu>that will go away
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14:25:10  <joelongstreet>does nodejitsu not support hiredis?
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14:26:19  <AvianFlu>joelongstreet: hiredis has a very peculiar makefile
14:26:28  <AvianFlu>and it doesn't cooperate well with SmartOS
14:26:41  <AvianFlu>we plan to fix it, but it's a strange problem
14:26:51  <AvianFlu>furthermore, you'll perform better with the JS parser, in most circumstance
14:26:51  <AvianFlu>s
14:29:08  <joelongstreet>cool, thanks for the recommendation. What is the JS parser? Is this a way to work with redis? Or are you saying move away from redis all together?
14:29:33  <AvianFlu>you're using node_redis?
14:29:39  <AvianFlu>or are you using hiredis by itself
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14:30:14  <AvianFlu>using redis is a great idea, this is just a minor difficulty with the way the node lib is implemented
14:30:26  <joelongstreet>i'm using node_redis
14:30:40  <AvianFlu>node_redis, originally, used the hiredis c/c++ parser as an addon
14:30:49  <AvianFlu>later, they made a JS parser, experimentally
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14:31:06  <AvianFlu>the JS parser ended up outperforming the c++, because the js<->c++ boundary is just that costly
14:31:16  <AvianFlu>so, hiredis is an optional dependency
14:31:19  <AvianFlu>so if it's there, it gets used
14:31:23  <AvianFlu>if not, it uses the JS
14:31:29  <AvianFlu>the problem, here, is that with a linker error
14:31:33  <AvianFlu>the compile succeeds
14:31:42  <AvianFlu>but the resulting shared object doesn't work
14:31:46  <AvianFlu>because the linking step failed
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14:34:05  <joelongstreet>that all makes sense. so is the solution to use something that's not node_redis?
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14:35:58  <AvianFlu>no, just get it to not use the C++ parser
14:36:16  <AvianFlu>if you npm shrinkwrap and remove the line from the npm-shrinkwrap.json or whatever it is
14:36:20  <AvianFlu>it just won't find it
14:36:26  <AvianFlu>and will move on to using the JS parser
14:36:44  <AvianFlu>you probably won't even notice the difference - the two are very close in performance
14:36:59  <joelongstreet>cool, i'll give that a shot. Thanks for your help
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14:42:15  <kohai>@PatrickCrompton #eSynergy are looking for a number of Java developers -exp of Java, Spring v3, Node.js Agile essential. £400-£550 pd depending on exp.
14:42:15  <kohai>@nathanlaidlaw10 Know anyone for this job? JavaScript Node.JS Developer in Reading, United Kingdom http://t.co/TTRzbfFy #job
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14:49:36  <lpin>joelongstreet there is a pull request in node_redis with a pure js parser 15-20% better
14:49:43  <lpin>https://github.com/mranney/node_redis/pull/242
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14:50:01  <lpin>just a matter of time
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14:58:43  <yawnt>ò/
14:58:52  <lpin>lo yawnt
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15:00:41  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] flatiron/winston#108 (master - af5e1f7 : Maciej Małecki): The build passed.
15:00:41  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/winston/compare/31dbaeb94b16...af5e1f70c4d2
15:00:41  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/winston/builds/2077226
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15:02:55  <lpin>AvianFlu canvas dead again :(
15:02:57  <booyaa>there's a cardiff in cali?
15:03:10  <lpin>it think it has the same problem of hiredis
15:03:39  <lpin>ld: fatal: file /opt/local/lib/libcairo.so: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64 dho
15:03:53  <AvianFlu>lpin: try a redeploy
15:03:59  <lpin>k
15:04:01  <AvianFlu>it should compile properly today
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15:05:07  <kohai>@CarterRabasa Anyone have a tool they love for loading testing their REST services? Need to bang the crap out of @nodejitsu :)
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15:06:44  <lpin>AvianFlu compiled now but not starting
15:06:45  <booyaa>ooer
15:07:01  <joelongstreet>@AvianFlu -thanks man, the shrinkwrap got everything working nicely.
15:07:01  <booyaa>banging nodejitsu steady on old chap
15:07:08  <lpin> Error: Cannot find module '../build/default/canvas'
15:07:14  <lpin>looks like the old error
15:07:22  <AvianFlu>that try/catch there is so lame
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15:07:31  <AvianFlu>I'm gonna PR that, right now
15:08:11  <coderarity>oh man laptop speakers suck
15:09:14  <lpin>should be some linking error
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15:18:54  <kohai>@cuppster Join the #nodejs community on @gklst! http://t.co/rdgEehl3
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15:24:42  <AvianFlu>lpin: we're taking a look now
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15:25:10  <lpin>AvianFlu thanks
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15:27:29  <kohai>@PasaLaGuardia @devi0us good to go, except for knowledge in Node.js :/
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15:28:33  <dylang>AvianFlu - sorry I've been busy and forgetting to get back on IRC but I wanted to let you know everything has been working great since the 20 sec change rolled out a couple days ago.
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15:31:20  <AvianFlu>dylang: sweet
15:31:21  <kohai>@itshanney @CarterRabasa @nodejitsu ab. Also, be careful testing other peoples services - it's generally frowned upon. Punches to the face can happen.
15:31:23  <AvianFlu>that's good to hear
15:32:30  <kohai>@travisci All Travis Pro VMs have been updated and the Node.js queue is alive and kicking, enjoy <3<3 :)
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15:32:49  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/winston/compare/af5e1f70c4d2...b40c636ed60d
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15:36:32  <kohai>@travisci Update : Travis Pro now has official Node.js support, with 0.6.x, 0.8.x, and 0.9.x (development) versions available for testing!!
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15:51:42  <turgon>Hello.
15:51:57  <turgon>Did this gist related to winston get a fix: https://gist.github.com/2628409 ?
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15:54:26  <kohai>@mattwalters5 Thanks again to everybody who came to the NYC #Nodejs meetup last night! Here's the repo from my pres: https://t.co/bXLRHLIR
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15:57:45  <Nodejitsu-Github>[nodejitsu-api/addons] [minor] Some cleanup of code - Pavan Kumar Sunkara
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15:59:16  <coderarity>turgon, not afaik
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16:00:28  <turgon>coderarity, just found this: https://github.com/flatiron/winston/pull/149
16:01:39  <kohai>@findmjob Ruby Developer; build & scale a social, higher-ed focused application http://t.co/ixepCuYW #nodejs #redis #jobs #hiring #careers
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16:04:12  <coderarity>turgon, I mean, you could fix it in the way indexzero described and pull request again
16:04:35  <turgon>coderarity, will look into it :) ty
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16:18:23  <AvianFlu>hey lpin
16:18:30  <AvianFlu>I've got a sanity check for you
16:18:38  <AvianFlu>replace your canvas dep in your package.json with this
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16:19:17  <chirag>i m getting ECONNRESET and ECONNREFUSED for my app.
16:19:24  <chirag>i already restarted my app
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16:20:28  <coderarity>chirag, do `jitsu stop && jitsu start`
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16:21:08  <chirag>coderarity: i did that already
16:21:26  <chirag>stop and start. it works for a while and then i get the above error
16:22:03  <AvianFlu>which error?
16:22:06  <AvianFlu>I disconnected
16:22:40  <chirag>at times econnreset and at times econnrefused
16:24:09  <AvianFlu>chirag: your app is probably crashing
16:24:13  <AvianFlu>what port do you listen on?
16:24:29  <chirag>3000
16:25:37  <AvianFlu>what's your username/appname, I'll go take a look
16:25:38  <kohai>@singalongwithme If you really want to see a glimpse of what node.js can do -- check out this amazing (easy to follow) blog post: http://t.co/G6ln0NWo
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16:25:49  <Nodejitsu-Github>[nodejitsu-api/addons] [api] Added addonsUri option to the client - Pavan Kumar Sunkara
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16:26:05  <chirag>username is : chirag04
16:26:16  <chirag>app name is chat-server
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16:29:08  <AvianFlu>chirag: https://gist.github.com/8cdd0a47a4301471e18f
16:29:23  <AvianFlu>`jitsu logs` should be showing that, but loggly might be dropping data again
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16:31:25  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: bunyan to v0.11.3. a JSON Logger library for node.js services https://t.co/aqoydZdL
16:31:27  <kohai>@nodenpm bunyan (0.11.3): http://t.co/x2OM105N a JSON Logger library for node.js services
16:31:47  <AvianFlu>it's really annoying that somebody duplicated that twitter account
16:32:21  <AvianFlu>!tweet .@npmupdates Why on earth are you just a clone of .@nodenpm? What purpose can you possibly serve?!
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16:36:18  <kohai>@chrismatthieu Creating a basic site with node.js and Express - shapeshed http://t.co/4gBSUFIi via @shapeshed
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16:51:15  <chirag>avianFlu: i completely missed on that one. Dint find that on my machine. Thank you. Fixed and works fine :)
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16:51:59  <AvianFlu>chirag: lots of stuff you'd never expect will start to happen on a deploy
16:52:24  <kohai>@svenlito @nodejitsu please add github deploy keys so we can deploy private repos
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16:54:31  <chirag>avianFlu: yeah! BTW my logs are not getting updated. I m able to see log which is 4 hours old.
16:55:08  <AvianFlu>chirag: that's loggly's new business model
16:55:24  <AvianFlu>we pay them for 8GB per day, sometimes they start dropping everything when we reach about 5GB
16:55:57  <AvianFlu>we're rolling out an internal logging service as soon as we're able
16:56:12  <chirag>oh i see. Not a problem for now
16:56:22  <chirag>all the best. keep rocking. you guys are awesome
16:57:29  <AvianFlu>yeah, lol, they decided to stop at 6.4GB today, how nice of them
16:57:33  <AvianFlu>thanks! :D
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16:59:47  <kohai>@OnModulus Putting together a list of great Node.js starting resources, anyone else have some thoughts on some? @sh1mmer @izs
17:01:42  <kohai>@findmjob Software Engineer - Web Applications http://t.co/BTYMa6Cu #html #nodejs #jobs #hiring #careers
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17:10:39  <kohai>@alessioalex Simple Memcached server in 200 lines of code with #nodejs, mind blowing: https://t.co/g7MJemU2 That's why I love Node.js so much!
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17:28:30  <lpin>AvianFlu sorry was feeding my puppies
17:28:39  <lpin>what i should replace?
17:30:32  <AvianFlu>your canvas dep with my fork
17:30:51  <lpin>ok gonna test it on a test app
17:31:00  <AvianFlu>"canvas": "https://github.com/AvianFlu/node-canvas/tarball/master"
17:31:16  <lpin>what you did? removed the try catch?
17:34:28  <AvianFlu>adjusted it
17:34:40  <AvianFlu>if you get a wrong ELF error, just redeploy
17:34:50  <AvianFlu>otherwise, link me anything you see
17:35:10  <lpin>oke on my way
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17:42:11  <lpin>AvianFlu works with your fork
17:42:37  <lpin>interesting
17:42:40  <AvianFlu>lpin: yeah, you're the second person who's said that
17:42:46  <AvianFlu>it's quite strange
17:42:49  <AvianFlu>but the ELF thing is getting fixed
17:42:55  <AvianFlu>so I'd just say see if it works in the regular app
17:43:23  <lpin>gonna test with original version
17:43:25  <lpin>one sec
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17:45:03  <lpin>hitted ELF redeploing
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17:47:53  <lpin>fifth time hitting ELF
17:48:11  <kohai>@timsavery Our inaugural @NodePhilly meetup is August 23rd! Check out http://t.co/cFDASOAJ for details. Will be updating frequently. #nodejs #philly
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17:48:35  <AvianFlu>lpin: that's crazy, keep trying, I'll take a look
17:49:03  <bryk>I keep getting the following error installing nodejitsu: Error: No compatible version found: read@'>=1.0.0- <1.1.0-' or some variation using node 0.6.15 and npm 1.1.16
17:49:49  <AvianFlu>bryk: upgrade to 0.6.20
17:49:53  <AvianFlu>it's a bug in readline
17:50:00  <AvianFlu>that affects isaacs' read
17:50:13  <bryk>great, thanks
17:50:15  <AvianFlu>you can also try doing npm install --force
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17:50:26  <AvianFlu>but I'd recommend fixing the bug with the upgrade instead :)
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17:53:03  <lpin>kinda strange as soon as i switched back to your fork compiled with no error
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17:54:10  <AvianFlu>that's like
17:54:12  <AvianFlu>super weird
17:54:19  <AvianFlu>maybe there are other unpublished fixes
17:54:22  <AvianFlu>cause I forked master
17:54:44  <AvianFlu>my changes should NOT be affecting that stuff
17:54:47  <AvianFlu>only the reporting of it
17:54:55  <lpin>well i did a pr yesterday
17:54:58  <lpin>and was merged
17:55:14  <lpin>and without it shouldn't work on node 0.8
17:55:26  <lpin>so it is super weird
17:55:53  <kohai>@remeh Ok, enough playing around with Node.js for today. Now, let's add sound in the game engine with OpenAL !
17:57:31  <bryk>I upgraded to 0.6.20, that did not fix it, but the npm install --force worked
17:58:20  <bryk>thanks for the help
17:59:47  <lpin>i'll test again after dinner thank you AvianFlu
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18:02:00  <nmanousos>question regarding bundledDependencies w/ nodejitsu
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18:02:30  <nmanousos>i made some local changes to a module that I use that is on npm
18:02:33  <kohai>@shamail Now Learning #express framework for #nodejs
18:02:40  <nmanousos>i added it to my bundledDependencies
18:02:50  <nmanousos>but the changes aren't getting to nodejitsu
18:02:54  <nmanousos>am i missing something?
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18:05:08  <AvianFlu>nmanousos: is the module still in your regular dependencies?
18:05:10  <AvianFlu>you need to remove it
18:05:31  <nmanousos>yeh
18:05:32  <nmanousos>ah
18:05:37  <nmanousos>cool, i'll try that
18:05:43  <nmanousos>thx
18:08:03  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: spooky to v0.1.1. Drive CasperJS from Node.js https://t.co/SIqcsyQg
18:08:33  <kohai>@HeadhuntersSF South #SF bay #startup hiring Game #Developer - #HTML5, #NodeJS, next gen gaming SDK development http://t.co/ml997tUi
18:09:16  <nmanousos>also looks like logs are stuck at 06:48 am?
18:11:41  <AvianFlu>nmanousos: loggly starts aggressively dropping data on us at inconsistent bandwidth limits
18:12:03  <nmanousos>ah
18:12:04  <nmanousos>ok
18:12:11  <AvianFlu>we'll replace them with an internal service as soon as we're able
18:12:31  <nmanousos>what does it mean when your name is red?
18:12:33  <nmanousos>vs blac
18:12:34  <nmanousos>k
18:12:44  <AvianFlu>where?
18:12:47  <nmanousos>here
18:12:54  <nmanousos>private msg?
18:12:56  <AvianFlu>it might be what your client does to cahnnel ops
18:13:10  <nmanousos>ah, yeh - highlighting them
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18:20:12  <kohai>@SyntaxC4 Listen to @gblock on #DotNetRocks talking about #Nodejs http://t.co/9hYZhCsM
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18:23:00  <kohai>@occasl Just got my #nodejs on this week and ready to lock and load. Thx @hij1nx and @mikeal!!
18:23:37  <kohai>@WillCode2Surf Node.js running as a server on the droid... Hmmm the crazy possibilities that node is opening DAILY
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18:30:57  <kohai>@coldclimate @cmdrtaco I've seen a few html5 based experiments, but they've been proof of concept/tech really (http://t.co/jpvMpeCR)
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18:39:15  <blakmatrix>npmbro doc share
18:40:23  <jugglinmike>anyone done any stress testing on nodejitsu? I'm building a socket.io app and I'm interested in getting performance data for many simultaneous clients
18:41:46  <AvianFlu>jugglinmike: we've done a fair bit with socket.io testing
18:42:05  <AvianFlu>right now, today, in our beta, everybody is deploying to 256MB drones with one virtual core
18:42:39  <AvianFlu>one of those, running a fairly simple socket.io app, got up to about 500 concurrents before it got seriously slow
18:42:50  <AvianFlu>we've also got the case of now.jit.su
18:43:01  <AvianFlu>which is running on quite a few drones, being auto-load-balanced by us
18:43:10  <AvianFlu>and gets thousands of concurrents to each of its sub-apps
18:43:25  <AvianFlu>the LA one has been pask 2k once or twice
18:44:02  <jugglinmike>Interesting
18:44:11  <AvianFlu>when we're out of beta, we'll have more drone sizes, obviously
18:44:18  <jugglinmike>Have you run any automated tests?
18:44:29  <AvianFlu>I don't trust automated tests
18:44:33  <AvianFlu>ab, for example, is a terrible tool
18:44:48  <jugglinmike>I mean, have you run any simulations?
18:45:12  <AvianFlu>what sort do you mean?
18:45:51  <jugglinmike>Have you simulated load to get an idea of the practical limitations of a given app?
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18:52:17  <bradleymeck>jugglinmike: simulated load will depend on your app we have reserved amounts of resources instead of shared
18:52:44  <bradleymeck>our peak we have seen is a simple JSON piping api at ~8k/s burst for small payloads
18:53:22  <bradleymeck>idk if it was capped or just no more requests
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18:58:18  <kohai>@bazclef Our Dev Intern @dfurnes just released his node.js Internal Dashboard to the @DoSomething office and blew everyone's minds! #rockstarintern
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19:01:03  <jugglinmike>bradleymeck: The application I am working on is intended to support a television broadcast, so I'm expecting a high load for a discreet time frame. This use makes it very important to know if the application can perform at the expected capacity, since it will only be relevant for a brief period.
19:01:45  <AvianFlu>do you know what the expected capacity is? how big of a TV network?
19:01:46  <jugglinmike>This is why I'm looking to develop some assurance as to the capabilities of the server and the application itself before going live, via simulation
19:02:24  <jugglinmike>It's a large network--I've been quoted 10k concurrent
19:02:38  <bradleymeck>jugglinmike: without metrics of incoming / outgoing bandwidth, memory usage constraints, cpu usage for processing i cant really even guess
19:03:00  <AvianFlu>all of those vary widely with each app
19:03:09  <jugglinmike>Sure
19:03:12  <bradleymeck>i could write a simulation but it would be better if you wrote your app and then decided on the hardware needed to keep it going
19:04:27  <jugglinmike>understood
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19:04:35  <AvianFlu_>jugglinmike: how long until this would need to go live?
19:05:12  <jugglinmike>3 months
19:06:09  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Trouble with using a sqlite module for node.js http://t.co/nMr6hpaa
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19:11:48  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: netroute to v0.1.0. Route table bindings for node.js https://t.co/4yrCEjTA
19:11:55  <kohai>@nodenpm netroute (0.1.0): http://t.co/v49PORDc Route table bindings for node.js
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19:13:16  <kohai>@sdouche Scaling node.js to 100k concurrent connections! Broke the 250k barrier, too #nodejs - http://t.co/VHV4DtIo
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19:14:56  <AvianFlu_>jugglinmike: with three months lead time, I'm quite confident we can help you handle 10k+ concurrents
19:15:09  <AvianFlu_>but we'll need to know more about the specifics of the app to do a lot about it
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19:20:44  <jugglinmike>sounds good, AvianFlu. Should I follow up with support@nodejitsu.com ?
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19:21:39  <AvianFlu>yeah, that's probably a good idea
19:22:15  <jugglinmike>Great! Thanks for the help AvianFlu and bradleymeck
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19:23:40  <kohai>@tbcdigital Got a prototype to make next week for a really exciting new social product. #Mongo, #bootstrap & #nodejs here we come :)
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19:29:22  <kohai>@simonmcmanus @nodejitsu - Hi, Which version of node do I need to be running to sudo npm install jitsu -g?
19:30:14  <jesusabdullah>!tweet @simonmcmanus try either 0.6.20 or 0.8.4 +@nodejitsu
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19:33:55  <kohai>@nodenpm vock (0.1.4): http://t.co/b5oGpUSd VoIP on node.js 0.8.x **(OSX ONLY FOR NOW)**
19:36:14  <lpin>AvianFlu this is crazy, both 0.12.x and https://github.com/LearnBoost/node-canvas/tarball/master pick the same version with the last commit made few hours ago (checked locally)
19:36:27  <lpin>now if i deploy 0.12.x ELF error
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19:36:37  <lpin>if i deploy https://github.com/LearnBoost/node-canvas/tarball/master works
19:36:39  <lpin>Oo
19:36:56  <AvianFlu>lpin: was the second link supposed to be my fork?
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19:37:02  <lpin>nope
19:37:04  <AvianFlu>both links were the same
19:37:06  <AvianFlu>so I'm confused
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19:37:23  <AvianFlu>oh wait
19:37:25  <AvianFlu>I get it now
19:37:44  <AvianFlu>that might still be random, there are a few drones around still on 32-bit
19:37:49  <AvianFlu>I'm fixing it presently, but it takes time
19:39:18  <lpin>so every time i use the the link i hit a good drone and every time i use the version number i hit a 32-bit drone
19:39:21  <lpin>crazy :)
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19:39:59  <blakmatrix>should make an app called the crusader that destroys bad drones
19:40:14  <blakmatrix>or... to keep with the nameing convention
19:40:19  <blakmatrix>hornet/wasp
19:40:23  <AvianFlu>at this rate, I'm just gonna call the damn thing TROGDOR
19:40:33  <blakmatrix>lol
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19:52:22  <BRG>'jitsu' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
19:52:37  <BRG>anyone has an idea why I get this error on Windows?
19:53:49  <coderarity>BRG, you ran `npm install jitsu -g`?
19:54:00  <BRG>yes
19:54:03  <BRG>I did
19:54:06  <coderarity>BRG, make sure $HOME/.npm/bin is in your path, I think
19:54:12  <BRG>yes
19:54:18  <BRG>its there
19:54:28  <coderarity>BRG, is the file there?
19:54:46  <BRG>in the node_modules folder?
19:54:54  <coderarity>BRG, like, `cd %HOME%/.npm/bin; dir`
19:54:54  <BRG>yes, its there
19:55:23  <BRG>yes
19:55:33  <coderarity>BRG, restart your cmd.exe?
19:55:44  <BRG>ok, I will try that right away
19:56:58  <BRG>wow!
19:57:03  <BRG>it just works
19:57:17  <BRG>thanks, coderarity!
19:57:20  <coderarity>np
19:58:49  <lpin>AvianFlu make a pr with that fix you made https://github.com/AvianFlu/node-canvas/commit/6de31e06ad153ff5e9ead776907907df63ff8e86
19:58:56  <lpin>kinda good for debugging
19:59:03  <lpin>AvianFlu ++
19:59:03  <kohai>AvianFlu has 145 gently-stirred manhattans
19:59:10  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: liner to v0.0.4. This is a simple Node.js module that reads lines from files and streams. https://t.co/cuQcMACk
19:59:17  <AvianFlu>lpin: that's the plan, I just wanted to have a few people make sure it works first :D
20:00:18  <lpin>worked for me so it works
20:00:19  <lpin>lol
20:00:55  <coderarity>(and me)
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20:07:01  <kohai>@markwillis82 Any node.js or bash scripting devs able to help me out? I need a quick script to help with some automated ssh commands whilst I have a baby
20:07:21  <kohai>@atxnode Our August Meetup: @expertdan will be speaking next Thursday (the 16th) at @capitalfactory at 7PM, sponsored by @nodejitsu!
20:07:50  <BRG>how do I install expressjs on nodejitsu?
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20:08:48  <coderarity>BRG, you need to create a package.json, but `jitsu deploy` should create one for you with the dependencies you need
20:09:46  <BRG>coderarity, I have a expressjs+mongoDb application running on my localhost
20:10:16  <BRG>when I tried to deploy the same application, jitsu tried to create a package.json
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20:10:48  <BRG>Cannot find module 'express'
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20:10:57  <BRG>but i get the error Cannot find module 'express'
20:11:17  <coderarity>BRG, can you gist your package.json? gist.github.com
20:11:46  <BRG>on it
20:12:29  <BRG>https://gist.github.com/3307692
20:12:43  <BRG>I dont see "express" there.
20:12:48  <coderarity>yeah
20:13:05  <coderarity>http://package.json.jit.su/
20:13:30  <coderarity>BRG, ^ check that out for how to write a package.json file, you'll need to add the "dependencies" field
20:14:10  <coderarity>BRG, it should look like "dependencies": { "express": "3.0.x" }
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20:14:45  <BRG>thanks coderarity. I am on it now
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20:18:58  <blakmatrix>BRG: check out https://github.com/blakmatrix/boilerplates/tree/master/express
20:19:09  <blakmatrix>its a boiler plate
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20:19:53  <BRG>thanks @blakmatrix
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20:25:46  <eddie__>Everytime I run my node app, it loads 1st time but when I resfresh I get 'Internal Server Error'
20:26:27  <eddie__>I stopped and started my app
20:26:39  <eddie__>I reployed
20:26:46  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Host multiple site with node.js http://t.co/nLVWeeFy
20:27:18  <eddie__>Blackmatrix suggested I need a favicon
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20:28:03  <eddie__>so I set one up, now I have an 'Internal Server Error' page with a favicon.
20:28:27  <coderarity>eddie__, you need to test your app locally before deploying it
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20:31:03  <eddie__>Yes, It runs fine locally
20:31:19  <AvianFlu>eddie__: that's the default error handling in express
20:31:27  <AvianFlu>you need to figure out how to get it to show you what's actually going wrong
20:32:22  <eddie__>Is it possible missing image files could cause this problem?
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20:35:00  <waylonflinn>So, I'm getting the ECONNREFUSED error again
20:35:55  <waylonflinn>I added hiredis to bundledDependencies and it stayed up for a while
20:35:59  <kohai>@JeremyCMorgan Node Streams: How do they work? --> http://t.co/XzwEXhvO [ #programming #nodejs ]
20:37:19  <coderarity>eddie__, yeah, depending on how your app is designed
20:37:24  <coderarity>waylonflinn, second, let me get logs
20:37:36  <waylonflinn>coderarity: Thank you
20:38:05  <coderarity>waylonflinn, username/app name?
20:38:20  <waylonflinn>username: waylonflinn appname: crunchmagic
20:39:27  <AvianFlu>waylonflinn: what port are you listening on
20:39:32  <waylonflinn>80
20:39:53  <waylonflinn>somebody said that was legal again
20:39:54  <AvianFlu>try a higher port - you might be getting randomized from an EACCES
20:39:56  <AvianFlu>it was
20:40:10  <AvianFlu>now we've had a regression
20:40:17  <AvianFlu>so when your app crashes, you get a new random port
20:40:36  <AvianFlu>we'll have it patched soon, but in the meantime, >1024 should give you consistency
20:40:49  <waylonflinn>k, I'll go back to 8080
20:41:04  <waylonflinn>Any luck with those logs?
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20:41:40  <kohai>@JasonSBurton Why Microsoft Developers Should Care About Node.js http://t.co/CerMwOxV #nodejs #dev #aspnet #csharp
20:41:47  <kohai>@ivarvong #NodeJS coolness: listening w/ process.on('uncaughtException', callback); will keep your production thing from crashing. Bonus: socket REPL.
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20:42:10  <AvianFlu>waylonflinn: loggly is throttling us, we'll be replacing them with an internal service ASAP
20:42:28  <AvianFlu>waylonflinn: are you using 0.6.x still, by chance?
20:42:33  <waylonflinn>AvianFlu: damn man, that sucks.
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20:42:53  <waylonflinn>AvianFlu: I've got <9 as my upper bound
20:43:04  <AvianFlu>your engines field is just <9?
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20:43:35  <waylonflinn>>=0.6 <0.9
20:43:43  <hallas>does node bcrypt run on nodejitsu?
20:45:12  <waylonflinn>AvianFlu: I'm not actually sure it runs on .6 anymore. Maybe I should bump it.
20:45:34  <kohai>@andypiper Reminder to #yrs2012 folks, you can host Java, node.js or Ruby projects on #cloudfoundry. Static HTML+JS+CSS too using https://t.co/3TA38FSI
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20:45:54  <AvianFlu>waylonflinn: for the sake of argument
20:45:59  <AvianFlu>please specify 0.8.x
20:46:02  <AvianFlu>and see if it deploys
20:46:22  <waylonflinn>AvianFlu: do I need to set analyze: true?
20:46:23  <AvianFlu>hallas: generally, yes, but we've been patching a few different compiled-dependency problems this week
20:46:25  <AvianFlu>what are you seeing?
20:46:28  <AvianFlu>waylonflinn: no, set it to false
20:46:37  <waylonflinn>AvianFlu: one sec, I'll try it
20:47:20  <hallas>AvianFlu: not seeing anything yet, just in the middle of authentication hell with my express application, and i wonna make sure rolling my own mongodb + bcrypt isn't gonna be another dead end :-)
20:47:35  <AvianFlu>hallas: yeah, we support it
20:47:40  <AvianFlu>if you hit a weird compile error, though, ping me :)
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20:47:56  <hallas>cool, i woona use jitsu enterprise once it lands :-)
20:47:59  <hallas>wonna*
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20:48:21  <AvianFlu>sweet :D
20:48:57  <benschell>howdy nodejitsu! I run multiple instances / environments of a single app / codebase, currently on heroku. Is there any way to do something similar on nodejitsu without weird juggling of package.json files ?
20:49:07  <BRG>I successfully deployed a node.js app onto jitsu
20:49:15  <BRG>but it simply doesnt comeup
20:49:18  <waylonflinn>AvianFlu: Changed engines, didn't change port. deployed fine, site is back up.
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20:49:40  <coderarity>woona! http://coderarity.deviantart.com/#/d575jwv
20:50:04  <AvianFlu>waylonflinn: cool. let me know if it goes down again.
20:50:12  <AvianFlu>that issue *should* be patched for 0.8
20:50:16  <BRG>Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE): The server closed the connection without sending any data.
20:50:19  <AvianFlu>and I think your previous range was hitting 0.6
20:50:24  <BRG>is what I get
20:50:26  <coderarity>benschell, what do you mean by multiple instances?
20:50:30  <AvianFlu>BRG: probably crashing
20:50:34  <AvianFlu>what's the app name
20:50:41  <waylonflinn>AvianFlu: will do. thanks for the help.
20:50:44  <coderarity>benschell, do you mean you're scaling a single app?
20:50:50  <BRG>http://beamhost.ecomapi.jit.su/api/beams/
20:50:55  <benschell>one codebase deployed as different environments, each with a unique database for instance
20:51:18  <benschell>and different URLs
20:51:42  <coderarity>yeah, so you'd have to deploy several package.json files atm
20:52:12  <benschell>so, maintain different files (app1.package.json, app2.package.json) and copy them to just package.json for deply?
20:52:18  <benschell>*deploy
20:52:31  <coderarity>yeah
20:52:39  <coderarity>we're adding scaling drones soon
20:52:53  <coderarity>so you could have multiple drones behind a single app
20:53:15  <coderarity>and you can point as many custom domains to an app as you want
20:53:29  <coderarity>but if you've got multiple apps, you're gonna need a package.json for each one
20:53:34  <AvianFlu>BRG: it looks like it's crashing on each request
20:53:36  <AvianFlu>error: Error: invalid json
20:53:43  <AvianFlu>with a stack trace pointing to express' utils
20:53:53  <AvianFlu>sorry, connect
20:53:56  <AvianFlu>connect/lib/utils.js
20:54:08  <BRG>@AvianFlu: I use MongoDb
20:54:17  <benschell>coderarity: gotcha; to make sure i'm understanding you properly, the new plans with scaling drones doesn't solve this problem, as the environment is unique to the app not the drone, correct?
20:54:24  <BRG>in my local installation, I use mongod to start the db
20:54:31  <coderarity>benschell, basically
20:54:33  <AvianFlu>benschell: we don't have support for what you're asking for yet
20:54:43  <AvianFlu>the different dev vs. staging. vs. production envs
20:54:43  <benschell>any chance you'll be adding it anytime soon? :D
20:55:08  <BRG>is that a prob?
20:55:11  <benschell>perhaps just a simple switch to jitsu to explicitly provide a package.json file?
20:55:24  <benschell>I of course know it's not that simple :D
20:55:35  <AvianFlu>BRG: your app is trying to read something that isn't JSON as JSON every time a request comes in
20:55:46  <AvianFlu>I'm not sure where mongodb comes into that
20:55:53  <coderarity>benschell, pull request it, https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu
20:55:58  <AvianFlu>if you've got it pointing at a localhost mongo, though, it won't be there for you
20:56:07  <AvianFlu>we don't host databases on the drones locally, they're too small
20:56:17  <AvianFlu>coderarity: that kind of thing needs API support
20:56:20  <AvianFlu>it can't be a pull request
20:56:29  <AvianFlu>benschell: it's a very involved feature to do correctly
20:56:43  <AvianFlu>and we've built the service with a production environment in mind
20:57:02  <AvianFlu>it's a good feature, but it will be at least a few weeks, if not a month or two, before we can get it out the door properly
20:57:06  <AvianFlu>there's too much else being built
20:57:28  <AvianFlu>however, benschell
20:57:34  <benschell>totally understand; for what it's worth, I use it for more than just prod / dev environments
20:57:37  <AvianFlu>feel free to make dev, staging, and production versions of your app
20:57:39  <benschell>and would love to pay you all money rather than heroku :D
20:57:43  <AvianFlu>and swap the package.json
20:57:51  <AvianFlu>it's not ideal or EZ-mode
20:57:55  <AvianFlu>but it's workable
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20:58:16  <benschell>yeah, just feels like a pain; I currently have 6 environments * 2 (test, prod) = 12 environments
20:58:36  <benschell>and would rather switch providers before it grows too much more :D
20:58:47  <benschell>I'll keep watching to see if / when you get it working
20:58:52  <benschell>thanks for the confirmation!
20:59:29  <AvianFlu>np
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21:01:48  <BRG>@AvianFlu: I have this line mongoose.connect('mongodb://localhost/ecomm_database') in my code! (rookie mistake)
21:02:19  <AvianFlu>BRG: don't feel bad, it's an easy one to make
21:02:28  <AvianFlu>you should get yourself a mongohq or mongolab instance
21:02:40  <AvianFlu>you can make a mongohq with 'jitsu databases create'
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21:03:01  <lpin>let's say my app is at version 0.0.0-2 but last two deploy failed; is there any way to make the next deploy go on version 0.0.0-1?
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21:03:15  <kohai>@yaneq Sources for the time tracking project at the node.js meetup tonight: https://t.co/kOZ6gDNp
21:03:17  <lpin>i tried deleting snapshot and go back on package.json
21:03:29  <lpin>but didn't work
21:03:53  <BRG>@AvianFlu, you mean just deploying with this package https://gist.github.com/3308035 wont work?
21:04:45  <AvianFlu>lpin: did the snapshot actually get deleted?
21:04:50  <lpin>yep
21:04:56  <kohai>@mbuckbee Best Windows install instructions I've ever seen for a Node.js app - https://t.co/s0WB2Ewl
21:05:05  <AvianFlu>BRG: if your app needs a mongodb and it doesn't have one, it probably won't work, I'd guess
21:05:31  <AvianFlu>lpin: interesting, let me have a poke and we'll see what happen
21:05:32  <AvianFlu>s
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21:08:25  <kohai>@Discountasp New blog post from Ray: Getting started with Node.js - http://t.co/FPDz76DN #nodejs
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21:16:04  <yawnt>time for late coding \ò
21:16:18  <yawnt>pksunkara: ping
21:16:23  <yawnt>or jesusabdullah
21:16:39  <yawnt>or whoever works usually with flatiron
21:16:54  <AvianFlu>both of those guys are probably not here right now
21:17:47  <yawnt>AvianFlu: i saw a link on twitter today
21:18:01  <yawnt>it's a ruby script that enables pull request tests on github from travis-ci
21:18:07  <yawnt>i thought you guys might need it :)
21:19:33  <AvianFlu>travis has that already
21:19:45  <AvianFlu>if you do travis pro or whatever
21:19:55  <yawnt>AvianFlu: yeah but that's for free
21:20:01  <yawnt>konstantin haase tweeted it
21:20:07  <yawnt>so it's not like some sorta hack
21:20:29  <AvianFlu>I think all ruby is some sorta hack :)
21:20:48  <AvianFlu>the ugly syntax especially
21:21:09  <AvianFlu>ruby is like the abandoned love-child of perl and bash
21:21:15  <yawnt>not talking about ruby
21:21:32  <AvianFlu>I know, I'm just being a troll
21:21:36  <yawnt>what i mean is, you run this script, you choose the repo, and it adds travis' flags to auto test incoming pull request
21:21:38  <AvianFlu>it's a feature I really like though
21:21:39  <yawnt>*s
21:21:47  <yawnt>i tried it, it works :3
21:21:50  <AvianFlu>nice
21:21:57  <AvianFlu>where's the script?
21:21:58  <yawnt>https://github.com/yawnt/hater/pull/4
21:22:02  <AvianFlu>I might port it to node to be a troll
21:22:27  <yawnt>https://gist.github.com/3303121
21:22:29  <yawnt>there ya go
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21:23:00  <yawnt>hey, not saying you have to.. i just thought it could be useful, do the hell ya want :D
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21:25:29  <AvianFlu>yawnt: sweet, thanks for the link
21:25:37  <AvianFlu>this actually looks pretty easy to port
21:25:56  <yawnt>yeah it's straightforward
21:25:59  <kohai>@kitenge @mattwalters5 nice chatting with you Matt, and good presentation. Looking forward to the next meetup. #nodejs
21:26:04  <yawnt>just use something like octonode
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21:26:41  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO node.js spawned process sticks around if script is killed http://t.co/XyWcSQ45
21:28:09  <kohai>@rambocoder Totally missed this. wsdemo V2 benchmarks results and their explanation posted http://t.co/TZbmeuMU #erlang #nodejs #golang
21:28:41  <eddie__>what port should app listen on?
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21:32:03  <AvianFlu>eddie__: it generally doesn't matter at all, and we'll load balance over 80 regardless
21:32:07  <AvianFlu>for now, use a port > 1024
21:32:09  <AvianFlu>for sanity
21:32:20  <AvianFlu>(there's an intermittent bug, it's a whole thing, we'll fix it this weekend)
21:32:21  <yawnt>if i require('x') which is an object
21:32:28  <yawnt>and later, while code is running
21:32:36  <yawnt>i update require('x').something
21:32:54  <yawnt>does the change reflect in every .js where i required 'x' ?
21:33:11  <coderarity>yawnt, it should
21:33:27  <yawnt>ook
21:33:28  <yawnt>thx
21:33:35  <AvianFlu>yawnt: welcome to the require cache :D
21:33:46  <yawnt>AvianFlu: yeah exactly
21:33:48  <coderarity>yawnt, but like, if you're requiring a file, doing require('./file.js') from the same directory and require('../file.js') from a directory one level lower, you'll have two different objects
21:33:50  <yawnt>i mean, i know it has a cache
21:33:57  <yawnt>but sometimes it blows my head off :D
21:34:16  <yawnt>yeah because it's an object
21:34:19  <yawnt>the cache i mean
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21:34:36  <coderarity>yawnt, oh wait, I said that wrong
21:34:57  <coderarity>yawnt, just read this http://nodejs.org/api/modules.html#modules_module_caching_caveats
21:34:59  <coderarity>:P
21:35:29  <yawnt>lolk
21:35:53  <AvianFlu>yeah
21:36:04  <AvianFlu>welcome to the "at your own risk" part of the MIT license XD
21:37:22  <yawnt>never thought i'd be in the position of fighting for the right of saying that node sometimes suck
21:37:35  * `3rdEdenquit (Quit: Linkinus - http://linkinus.com)
21:37:35  <yawnt>but i just hate seeing people who evangelize stuff like it's the silver bullet
21:37:47  <AvianFlu>yawnt: ++
21:37:48  <kohai>yawnt has 7 beers
21:37:54  <AvianFlu>there are no silver bullets
21:38:00  <yawnt>there are just vampires
21:38:01  <AvianFlu>silver is too expensive and you can only fire them once!
21:38:02  <AvianFlu>XD
21:40:54  <yawnt>lol
21:41:15  <yawnt>"ad esempio non è accettabile che io debba ricorrere ad esempio a una libreria esterna per avere un global getter / setter su un oggetto"
21:41:18  <yawnt>translated
21:41:41  <yawnt>"for instance, it ain't acceptable that i still have to use an external lib to setup a global getter setter on an object"
21:41:45  <yawnt>answer
21:41:46  <AvianFlu>well, at least I can recognize italian
21:41:56  <yawnt>"i don't see how that could be useful in js"
21:42:01  <yawnt>*sigh*
21:42:42  <yawnt>oh no, there's more "it's a matter of gettin used to the language, i don't see how that could be useful in js"
21:43:23  <yawnt>(ndr: the lib we're talking is one i wrote before proxies were available in --harmony)
21:43:28  <yawnt>*talking about
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21:47:22  <yawnt>uh meteor adds search engine
21:47:22  <coderarity>yawnt, what about global? or process?
21:47:29  <yawnt>coderarity: wat?
21:47:34  <yawnt>oh
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21:47:46  <coderarity>yawnt, http://nodejs.org/api/globals.html#globals_global
21:47:47  <yawnt>damn man, you can't jump from a topic to the other like a jackrabbit
21:47:59  <yawnt>jackrabbit, is that how you say it?
21:48:00  <yawnt>:D
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21:48:12  * sicularsquit (Quit: siculars)
21:48:16  * coderaritydoes what he pleases
21:48:29  <coderarity>in other news I need to go smash my old graphics card
21:48:31  <coderarity>and then melt it
21:48:38  <coderarity>and then smash the melted pieces
21:48:46  <yawnt>and then
21:48:47  * bhamrickjoined
21:48:48  <yawnt>HURRAY
21:48:52  <yawnt>a brand new nvidia gtx
21:49:00  <coderarity>no I got an ATI
21:49:01  <yawnt>from melted-smashed pieces
21:49:05  <coderarity>I am so mad at my NVidia card
21:49:06  <yawnt>yeah but it's the magic trick
21:49:14  <yawnt>you smash and melt the ati
21:49:18  <yawnt>til it becomes an nvidia
21:49:21  <yawnt>or viceversa :|
21:49:41  <coderarity>ATI > nvidia
21:49:48  <coderarity>at least ATI helps a bit with the open source drivers
21:49:58  <yawnt>yeah
21:50:00  <yawnt>like
21:50:02  <yawnt>in the last two weeks
21:50:14  <yawnt>i wasn't able to use my ati card
21:50:17  <yawnt>for a looooong time
21:50:35  <yawnt>while nvidia always worked fine on linux
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21:51:46  <coderarity>nvidia cards have that nouveau thing going for them
21:52:08  <yawnt>they also have official drivers
21:52:14  <yawnt>i was running on official
21:52:20  <coderarity>oh ewww
21:52:43  <yawnt>?
21:52:45  <yawnt>ç_ç
21:52:49  <coderarity>non-open source
21:52:52  <coderarity>on linux
21:53:22  <kohai>@handlewithcare @iamwithnail I'd say JS, gets you into syntax without worrying too much about typing, and, if you have do to backend, there's node.js
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21:54:30  <yawnt>coderarity: please don't tell me you are one of those GNU FSF FREE AS IN SPEECH
21:54:46  <coderarity>yawnt, look at my hostname ;P
21:55:00  <coderarity>here let me show you
21:55:03  * coderaritypart ("tschüß!")
21:55:05  * coderarityjoined
21:55:08  <yawnt>NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooOOO
21:55:11  <yawnt>here
21:55:14  <yawnt>let me show you
21:55:36  <yawnt>http://www.memecreator.com/static/images/memes/117082.jpg
21:56:02  <coderarity>THAT SCENE
21:56:07  <yawnt>wat?
21:56:10  <coderarity>the only scene in any movie that actually brought tears to my eyes
21:56:17  <yawnt>yeah i know, proprietary software made it
21:56:22  <yawnt>too bad, we must delete star wars
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21:56:34  <coderarity>no, smart people made it
21:56:40  <coderarity>proprietary software helped them
21:56:42  <yawnt>smart people made nvidia drivers too
21:56:50  <coderarity>yeah
21:56:53  <yawnt>i can't believe i can't do something like
21:56:55  <coderarity>i don't mind them
21:56:59  <coderarity>but those managers
21:57:08  <yawnt>{ var + 'wut': 'value' }
21:57:09  <yawnt>;_;
21:57:47  <coderarity>yawnt, object[var+'wit'] = 'value'
21:58:16  <coderarity>yawnt, because, what if you did { string: string } where you wanted string to be the key and the value to be the value of string
21:58:54  <yawnt>of course i can do that coderarity
21:59:03  <yawnt>but i'd have to allocate another var
21:59:08  <yawnt>MEMORY IS EXPENSIVE THESE DAYS
21:59:12  <yawnt>just like gas :(
21:59:19  <coderarity>yeah
21:59:40  <yawnt>when this orm is done
21:59:48  <yawnt>it's going to be the best thing since peanut butter
22:00:10  <coderarity>i usually don't use ORM
22:00:15  <coderarity>i just like, put data in
22:00:35  <yawnt>orm are cool
22:00:40  <yawnt>i mean kinda
22:00:46  <yawnt>just don't trust them too much
22:00:59  <coderarity>maybe if I was using SQL I would use an ORM
22:01:04  <yawnt>this is sql
22:01:09  <yawnt>yes, i said it
22:01:10  <yawnt>blame me
22:01:19  <coderarity>oh, man
22:01:22  <coderarity>good luck with that
22:01:27  <yawnt>look
22:01:30  <yawnt>i was using couch
22:01:36  <yawnt>and the db kept growing
22:01:37  <yawnt>and growing
22:01:40  <yawnt>and gettin messier
22:01:49  <AvianFlu>like a real couch, couchdb will do that
22:01:57  <AvianFlu>SO MUCH _CHANGES IN TEH CUSHIONS
22:02:01  <yawnt>i like nosql
22:02:05  <yawnt>way more than i like sql
22:02:11  <coderarity>yawnt, maybe check out voltdb
22:02:12  <yawnt>but hell, if sql works better for the use case i have
22:02:26  <yawnt>i'm going for sql
22:02:35  <yawnt>voltdb? heard of it but i never checked it out
22:03:13  <yawnt>btw it's agnostic
22:03:18  <yawnt>like for relational databases
22:03:21  <yawnt>but agnostic
22:03:27  <coderarity>relationalful
22:03:32  <yawnt>shouldn't be too hard to port it to volt
22:03:38  <yawnt>i took inspiration from that yes
22:03:52  <yawnt>but i tried to keep it simpler
22:04:25  <yawnt>that === 'resourceful'
22:05:14  <yawnt>there's stuff i like in there, stuff i don't, i took what i think it's cool :)
22:05:18  <yawnt>just my two cents :|
22:05:50  <coderarity>yawnt, i mean, there's situations where SQL fits the data you've got
22:05:55  <coderarity>yawnt, I try not to get into those situations
22:06:00  <yawnt>http://proteys.info/404/
22:06:05  <yawnt>who wants to link this to indutny ?
22:06:07  <yawnt>D:
22:06:18  <yawnt>i don't even know what it says
22:06:48  <yawnt>coderarity: yeah i understand, i try to, but when you have a user that has links
22:06:55  <yawnt>links have tags and tags have links
22:07:04  <yawnt>and containers have links
22:07:11  <yawnt>probably nosql wouldn't work
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22:08:36  <coderarity>brb dinner
22:09:06  <kohai>@windowswebhost New post: http://t.co/ZjAklzSi Now Supports node.js for http://t.co/IHL8QK0H Hosting http://t.co/KVs762D8
22:10:13  <yawnt>"PSA: Ending every phrase you speak on a higher pitch than the rest of the phrase makes you sound like an idiot."
22:10:18  <yawnt>AvianFlu: WHY DO YOU THINK THIS OF ME
22:10:37  * bhamrickjoined
22:10:52  <AvianFlu>lol
22:10:58  <AvianFlu>there were people on the news
22:11:02  <AvianFlu>saying reasonably intelligent things
22:11:05  <AvianFlu>but talking like that
22:11:06  * adambraultquit (Quit: Laptop asleep)
22:11:09  <AvianFlu>DOES NOT HELP MAKE YOUR POINT
22:11:16  * cjmquit (Quit: This computer has gone to sleep)
22:11:32  <willwh>i.e. making every statement sound like a question
22:11:33  <willwh>fail
22:11:34  <willwh>:P
22:13:10  <yawnt>00:12 and i'm drinking water
22:13:15  <yawnt>what am i becoming
22:13:16  <yawnt>:(
22:13:52  <AvianFlu>too drunk?
22:14:06  <yawnt>nah
22:14:10  <yawnt>it's just really really cold
22:14:16  <yawnt>i drank a beer before
22:14:33  <yawnt>even though it was icy
22:14:45  <yawnt>it's still too hot for alcohol
22:14:53  <yawnt>s/cold/hot
22:15:00  <yawnt>i mixed up beer temperature with outside temperature
22:15:04  <yawnt>SEE?
22:15:09  * yawntchanged nick to yawnt`crazy
22:15:26  <AvianFlu>yawnt++
22:15:27  <kohai>yawnt has 8 beers
22:15:36  <yawnt`crazy>yeah right
22:15:42  <yawnt`crazy>beer, cause that's what i need
22:15:51  <yawnt`crazy>can't i change it to something like watermelons?
22:16:01  <yawnt`crazy>!like scubadive
22:16:12  <yawnt`crazy>so i met a friend of mine yesterday
22:16:23  <yawnt`crazy>he lives in Birmingham, havent seen him for a while
22:16:29  <yawnt`crazy>(younger than me)
22:16:32  <yawnt`crazy>he goes "HIGH FIVE BRO"
22:16:34  <AvianFlu>yawnt`crazy: birmingham, UK?
22:16:38  <yawnt`crazy>yeah
22:16:43  <AvianFlu>I lived there for a few months lol
22:16:45  <yawnt`crazy>when i'm about to slap his hand
22:16:46  <AvianFlu>fun town
22:16:51  <yawnt`crazy>he yells
22:16:53  <yawnt`crazy>SCUBA DIVE
22:17:06  <yawnt`crazy>and does like so with his hand ~
22:17:09  <yawnt`crazy>so that i miss him
22:17:12  <yawnt`crazy>worst feeling ever
22:17:19  <AvianFlu>ahaahhahahahahahhahahahahahahahaha
22:17:39  <AvianFlu>I'm going to a birthday party saturday night with a bunch of people I haven't seen since high school
22:17:42  <AvianFlu>and I am SO stealing that
22:17:57  <yawnt`crazy>how old are you again?
22:17:58  <yawnt`crazy>lol
22:18:17  <yawnt`crazy>yeah it's pretty lame actually but still too funny to see
22:18:27  <yawnt`crazy>people are like Ø_Ø
22:18:45  <yawnt`crazy>and you can run away with your superhero cloak
22:18:53  <yawnt`crazy>- - - = = ==~/( o_o)/
22:19:23  <yawnt`crazy>AvianFlu: just promise you're gonna tell me how it turns out, ok?
22:19:36  <AvianFlu>lol yeah
22:19:38  <AvianFlu>I'm 28 btw
22:19:47  <yawnt`crazy>don't really care, i was just jokign
22:19:50  <yawnt`crazy>*joking
22:19:57  <kohai>@fiveisprime Node.js Resources for Beginners http://t.co/OTPhcCHg via @onmodulus
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22:20:13  <yawnt`crazy>i'm stupid
22:20:20  <yawnt`crazy>just deleted 5 emails without reading them
22:20:34  <yawnt`crazy>ohwell
22:20:53  <yawnt`crazy>2 were twitter's, one github's..
22:20:57  <yawnt`crazy>nothing important i guess
22:22:34  <yawnt`crazy>https://modulus.io/
22:22:39  <yawnt`crazy>yanp
22:22:44  <kohai>@Nodecincy We put up a vid of the talk and slides at https://t.co/lq0nASEq and also a list of good #nodejs beginner resources at http://t.co/myjUTzms
22:22:45  <yawnt`crazy>(yet another nodejs paas)
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22:24:24  <AvianFlu>I hope they're using all our open-source projects
22:25:03  <yawnt`crazy>lol
22:25:21  * yawnt`crazychanged nick to yawnt
22:25:58  <yawnt>well mit license theorically should let them do that
22:26:51  <yawnt>but hell, after seeing nodejitsu i don't trust companies who don't have a github profile
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22:29:36  <yawnt>https://github.com/onmodulus
22:29:40  <yawnt>they do have github!
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22:30:56  <thepumpkin>AvianFlu: that's what opensource is for.
22:30:59  <thepumpkin>xD
22:31:21  <AvianFlu>well yeah, that's what I'm saying
22:31:30  <AvianFlu>everyone who supports websockets with node uses node-http-proxy
22:31:31  <AvianFlu>period
22:31:35  <thepumpkin>I'm using flatiron for a CLI app that looks suspiciously like the jitsu cli tool hahahaha
22:31:54  <AvianFlu>dotcloud wanted to support websockets, so they used node-http-proxy
22:32:16  <AvianFlu>and they're a real PaaS, not even a vacuous startup
22:32:26  <thepumpkin>AvianFlu: dotcloud uses hipache now I think
22:32:31  <AvianFlu>well, they probably still count as a startup
22:32:40  <AvianFlu>thepumpkin: the thing they just announced is built on node-http-proxy
22:32:47  <AvianFlu>they built it, but starting with ours :)
22:32:47  <thepumpkin>https://github.com/dotcloud/hipache
22:33:07  <AvianFlu>https://github.com/dotcloud/hipache/blob/master/package.json#L10
22:33:23  <thepumpkin>LOL
22:33:28  <thepumpkin>AvianFlu: busted xD
22:33:49  <AvianFlu>thepumpkin: it's a good library, and we open-sourced it so other people can use it
22:33:58  <AvianFlu>they're just making us look good :D
22:34:17  <AvianFlu>I've met a lot of the dotcloud guys, they're cool
22:34:22  <AvianFlu>I don't really think we compete that directly
22:34:34  <AvianFlu>they do lots of different languages, and we're hardcore focused on node
22:34:40  <thepumpkin>yeah :)
22:34:44  <AvianFlu>so we win for node, and they win for all those pesky languages we don't care about :)
22:35:14  <yawnt>if only nodejitsu had postgres
22:35:19  <yawnt>(ndr washing your brains)
22:35:39  <thepumpkin>AvianFlu: agree.
22:36:32  <thepumpkin>I'm coming with my own PaaS soon xD
22:36:32  <thepumpkin>you'll see haha
22:36:53  <yawnt>dotcloud costs a lot
22:36:55  <yawnt>i'd rather use appfog
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22:37:38  <yawnt>if i had to run pesky languages i mena
22:37:39  <yawnt>*mean
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22:44:40  <kohai>@deepcell Node.js ntwitter login with twitter issue: I am trying to implement login with twitter using the node.js ntwitte... http://t.co/AKeTovja
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22:44:58  <AvianFlu>I should probably like
22:45:03  <AvianFlu>add support for that someday...
22:45:03  <AvianFlu>XD
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22:47:41  <kohai>@admc What is the current node.js web app stack hotness when starting from scratch? #geddy, #express etc? Do any have builtin socket.io awesome?
22:48:38  <blakmatrix_>@admc : nothing at all is the best, apart from that flatiron
22:48:42  <blakmatrix_>:P
22:49:06  <AvianFlu>that was a tweet
22:49:15  <blakmatrix_>lol I know
22:49:42  <yawnt>flatiron-ism
22:49:47  <yawnt>new religion born in #nodejitsu
22:49:57  <yawnt>what should i eat today
22:49:59  <AvianFlu>at least it's not the first
22:50:00  <yawnt>ASK DIRECTOR
22:50:02  <yawnt>HE KNOWS
22:50:11  <yawnt>isn't it?
22:50:13  <yawnt>what did i miss O:?
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22:50:17  <AvianFlu>that's why they call him DIRECTOR
22:50:27  <yawnt>exactly
22:50:37  <yawnt>when i first saw union
22:50:42  <yawnt>i thought it was called onion
22:50:47  <blakmatrix_>yawnt: I just got subway rost beef
22:50:52  <yawnt>because it was made of middlewares like layers right?
22:50:56  <yawnt>:(
22:51:07  <yawnt>then my dreak just broke apart
22:51:10  <yawnt>*dream
22:51:22  <yawnt>blakmatrix_: it's 1 am, dont talk bout beef please
22:51:24  <yawnt>oh wait
22:51:27  <yawnt>i got some spare pizza
22:51:33  <yawnt>i think :>
22:51:40  <blakmatrix_>beef 1am... i dont get it
22:51:53  <yawnt>nop, gone
22:52:14  <yawnt>blakmatrix_: i wish we had subway here
22:52:46  <blakmatrix_>i live in the middle of everythign here in seattle
22:52:48  <yawnt>too bad we only have
22:52:49  <yawnt>pasta
22:52:50  <yawnt>pizza
22:52:57  <yawnt>wine
22:53:00  <yawnt>beer
22:53:04  <yawnt>meat
22:53:04  <blakmatrix_>i walk 2-3 block i have like 10-15 places to go to
22:53:06  <yawnt>fish
22:53:11  <coderarity>italian pizza is amazing
22:53:15  <yawnt>indeed
22:53:16  <blakmatrix_>only one place though that is 24 hrs
22:53:22  <yawnt>coderarity: wait, have you had some like here?
22:53:26  <coderarity>yawnt, yes
22:53:27  <yawnt>because it's tricky in america
22:53:29  <coderarity>yawnt, i went to rome
22:53:34  <coderarity>yawnt, and venice
22:53:34  <yawnt>they add honey
22:53:38  <yawnt>coderarity: WUT?
22:53:44  <yawnt>that's like an hour away from where i live
22:53:45  <yawnt>when?
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22:53:51  <coderarity>yawnt, I used to live in Germany, my parents are in the military
22:53:54  <coderarity>yawnt, like 4 years ago
22:53:57  <yawnt>oh
22:53:58  <yawnt>nvm then
22:54:13  <yawnt>yeah we have US military bases here
22:54:26  <yawnt>coderarity: so kannst du Deutsch?
22:54:35  <coderarity>yawnt, ein bisschen
22:54:39  <yawnt>geil
22:54:52  <blakmatrix_>das is gut
22:55:00  <yawnt>lol
22:55:05  <coderarity>wait what
22:55:07  <yawnt>jetz sollen wir nur deutsch sprechen
22:55:19  <yawnt>deutschen wird das neues Englisch sein
22:55:31  <yawnt>i don't even know if neues englisch is correct :/
22:55:36  <yawnt>gosh my grammar is awful
22:55:39  <coderarity>idk either
22:55:43  <coderarity>i hate adjective endings
22:55:49  <yawnt>we should ask mAritz
22:55:50  <blakmatrix_>yeah it confuses me :P
22:56:07  <yawnt>i broke my Deutschland mug this morning
22:56:17  <yawnt>:(
22:56:35  <coderarity>i usually just speak english to people
22:56:39  <coderarity>and they usually respond in english
22:56:43  <yawnt>do they
22:56:49  <yawnt>in the us?
22:56:51  <yawnt>that's weird
22:57:06  <coderarity>in the US and Europe
22:57:09  <coderarity>basically everywhere
22:57:11  <yawnt>thought they speaked american there (actual quote)
22:57:19  <coderarity>and if they don't I resort to pointing and waving
22:57:30  <coderarity>which goes rather well most of the time
22:57:44  <yawnt>i like speaking foreign languages
22:57:50  <yawnt>way more than i like italian
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22:58:04  <coderarity>i tried spanish and german
22:58:07  <coderarity>i like english
22:58:12  <kohai>@ChiragRules I'm available for dev contract work. #bootstrapped #rails #nodejs #mongodb
22:58:17  <yawnt>i can't stand spanish
22:58:20  <yawnt>and french
22:58:21  <coderarity>but i'm probably gonna learn spanish anyways
22:58:36  <yawnt>don't ask me why, but i just won't learn them.. they sound too bad :(
22:58:45  <yawnt>(to be obv)
22:58:52  <coderarity>i don't like how it sounds either
22:58:54  <yawnt>russian is cool, so is german
22:59:00  <yawnt>and japanese <3
22:59:03  <coderarity>or portuguese
22:59:11  <coderarity>i don't like portuguese
22:59:15  <yawnt>portuguese is okay, always better than those two
22:59:39  <coderarity>japanese is cool as long as they don't sing anything other than pop or sad music
22:59:51  <coderarity>when japanese people start singing rock or metal in japanese
22:59:54  <coderarity>part of me dies
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23:00:28  <yawnt>lol
23:00:31  <yawnt>hahahahah
23:00:57  <kohai>@mojinations Looking forward to the day when @Psykhelogia finishes her degree so I can get a definitive answer on what's wrong with you Node.js people.
23:01:07  <coderarity>japanese girls can usually sing in japanese pretty well
23:01:13  <coderarity>guys usually make me shiver
23:01:25  <coderarity>but i've heard good japanese singers sing in english
23:01:34  <blakmatrix_>coderarity: have you never heard then yodel ?
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23:01:35  <kohai>@jaredwray Combining Clouds: Accessing Azure Storage from Node.js Application in Cloud Foundry http://t.co/xYPa8MM5 /cc @rseroter #cloudfoundry
23:01:44  <yawnt>YOILALAL HIHI
23:01:49  <blakmatrix_>japanese men yodeling is sooo sexy
23:01:55  <coderarity>no, i haven't
23:01:56  <yawnt>.-.
23:02:00  <yawnt>srsly
23:02:03  <yawnt>.----.
23:02:15  <coderarity>blakmatrix_, you gotta send me videos man
23:02:20  <yawnt>(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻)
23:02:41  <coderarity>you know who I like singing? italian people singing power metal in english
23:02:42  <coderarity>it's awesome
23:02:45  <yawnt>lol
23:02:46  <coderarity>like rhapsody
23:02:49  <yawnt>wait
23:02:52  <yawnt>gotta show you somethin
23:02:58  <blakmatrix_>coderarity: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yO7MWuJ7zLA
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23:06:13  <coderarity>blakmatrix_, lol
23:06:35  <yawnt>coderarity: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7wh0lxliyE#t=0m59s
23:06:52  <yawnt>he's an italian catholik monk who sings metal
23:08:12  <blakmatrix_>coderarity: another really good one by takeo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fr5eT8rdp8k
23:09:28  <blakmatrix_>he actually studied under franzl lang
23:10:54  <coderarity>yawnt, dat guitar
23:11:06  <yawnt>coderarity: he doesn't perform anymoar :(
23:11:11  <yawnt>stopped in 2011
23:11:11  <yawnt>:(
23:11:15  <coderarity>:\
23:11:24  <yawnt>?
23:11:38  <coderarity>blakmatrix_, was this guy born in Japan?
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23:12:11  <yawnt>coderarity: he also went to God Of Metal
23:12:51  <blakmatrix_>coderarity: yup and an engineer lol http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takeo_Ischi
23:13:25  <coderarity>yawnt, sweet
23:13:48  <yawnt>looks like a lot of people from japan go to study in austria/germany
23:13:58  <yawnt>when i was in Salzburg i met a girl from Tokyo
23:14:03  <yawnt>she was studying violin there
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23:16:33  <yawnt>i'm going to bed
23:16:38  <yawnt>cya
23:16:43  <coderarity>bye
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23:20:54  <kohai>@nodenpm polpetta (0.2.7): http://t.co/ck4rk98Y Creates a web server in any folder and with runtime node.js modules capability plus g...
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23:27:03  <mikem_>I'm getting the following error when deploying: error: Error running command deploy error: socket hang up error: Error: socket hang up error: at createHangUpError (http.js:1107:15) error: at Socket.onend (http.js:1188:27) error: at TCP.onread (net.js:369:26)
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23:27:29  <mikem_>nevermind, it just deployed
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23:28:53  <AvianFlu>marciopuga: how's it going today
23:29:09  <marciopuga>hey man, everything going fine
23:29:12  <marciopuga>just vegas is down
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23:31:09  <AvianFlu>I'll ahve a look
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23:33:13  <kohai>@npmadditions Added: sails. MVC framework for Node.JS https://t.co/lmOufjxE
23:33:24  <kohai>@nodenpm sails (12.08.05): http://t.co/U93itw3M MVC framework for Node.JS
23:37:56  <kohai>@codelesson Just made an update to our online Introduction to Node.js course: http://t.co/K4RKbFMd
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23:42:02  <AvianFlu>marciopuga: fixed
23:42:07  <AvianFlu>are you listening on 8888?
23:42:13  <AvianFlu>it grabbed a random port for some reason
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23:45:18  <kohai>@skooljester Really like Nodejitsu, was able to deploy in about three or four command prompt lines.
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23:50:52  <kohai>@mikebz reading a guide on the "latest technology" from a company and it's dated March 6th 2009 - woah!!! That might be before Node.js
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