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00:08:04  <jfsiii>mmalecki: I'll be afk soon. How do you want to continue this discussion? Comments on the gists? email?
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00:09:13  <jfsiii>ok, great. thanks.
00:09:59  <samholmes>jesusabdullah: that's the username for the nodejistu account. I PM'd you the app name too
00:10:48  <samholmes>nodejitsu isn't for storage, I know, but can it store uploaded files temporarily, and for how long?
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00:19:30  <jesusabdullah>samholmes: you can, and it should persist until you deploy again
00:20:32  <jesusabdullah>samholmes: I'll bbiaf to check up on your app
00:20:41  <samholmes>ok
00:21:11  <siculars>xss sanity check : simply appending js to the end of a url, like so: ?info=<script>alert('hi")</script>, does not constitute an xss hack. some "security auditor" at my office is claiming it does but I'm certain it does not because browsers do not execute javascript embedded in the url. truth?
00:22:27  <mmalecki>siculars: true
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00:24:04  <siculars>i hate those ppl so much. when they are good they are good. but when they don't know what the hell they are talking about they write ridiculous emails that require ridiculously crafted replies.
00:24:08  <siculars>mmalecki: thanks
00:25:01  <mmalecki>I mean, imagine if you could link a person to facebook.com/?info=<script>...
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00:35:51  <Nexxy>siculars, if you are outputting the get variable 'info' within your page without sanitizing it, yes that is an XSS vuln
00:36:43  <siculars>Nexxy: correct. javascript needs a method of execution. simply embedding it on the url does not execute it. thanks.
00:37:02  <Nexxy>yeah
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00:38:31  <Nexxy>siculars, just IP ban any user that submits maliciously crafted data
00:38:35  <Nexxy>:D
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02:35:02  <garrettwilkin>anyone around to help with a password reset for me?
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02:47:34  <mmalecki>garrettwilkin: sure, what's up?
02:47:57  <garrettwilkin>i tried resetting my password earlier, and the email never came
02:48:22  <garrettwilkin>my username is the same as my nick
02:49:10  <mmalecki>garrettwilkin: garrett <dot> wilkin <at> gmail.com
02:49:12  <mmalecki>correct?
02:49:22  <garrettwilkin>aye!
02:50:47  <mmalecki>garrettwilkin: I tried resetting it again, can you check your email, including spam folder?
02:51:00  <garrettwilkin>yep
02:51:01  <mmalecki>I see that it went out from our API
02:51:06  <garrettwilkin>sweet
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02:52:08  <garrettwilkin>i definitely added nodejitsu to the spammers list :) sheesh you guys and your pesky emails :)
02:52:59  <garrettwilkin>um wow
02:53:00  <mmalecki>hehe. did you get the email tho?
02:53:10  <garrettwilkin>gmail did put you guys into the spam folder
02:53:15  <garrettwilkin>I'm shocked and appalled
02:53:18  <mmalecki>aww :(
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02:54:04  <Sly>Mark it as not spam.
02:54:10  <Sly>Google uses user feedback in their spam filters.
02:54:25  <mmalecki>that'd be appreciated
02:54:31  <garrettwilkin>yea i did
02:54:36  <mmalecki>thanks :)
02:54:38  <garrettwilkin>oh i'll star it
02:54:52  <garrettwilkin>that should solve all nodejitsu spam issues for all gmail users
02:55:53  <garrettwilkin>i even replied to it, like we were having a conversation. gmail should be convinced beyond a doubt
02:56:08  <mmalecki>lol
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03:12:09  <RabidFire>anyone around? I'm unable to login at https://webops.nodejitsu.com/ -- It's timing out.
03:13:33  <mmalecki>RabidFire: oh, I see the problem
03:13:37  <mmalecki>looking
03:13:46  <RabidFire>thanks :)
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03:17:49  <mmalecki>RabidFire: can you try now?
03:20:06  <RabidFire>mmalecki: yep, works!
03:20:07  <RabidFire>thanks
03:20:38  <RabidFire>btw, is there no way to get older logs
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04:47:18  <frankwilder>I'm getting very bizarre behavior with my newly updated application. It starts up fine but when opening in the browser, many of the assets + routes return error 500. Refreshing each time causes different behaviors (different assets or routes returning 500). Any ideas why this could be happening?
04:55:11  <frankwilder>Or sometimes the page itself just responds with "An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}"
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04:59:20  <frankwilder>Nevermind, found out my app is stuck in a loop loading.
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07:49:48  <jesusabdullah>wow, I just found node v0.4.7 on this server
07:51:33  <coderarity>oh no
07:51:41  <coderarity>destroy it
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08:01:15  <jezternz>Hello, wondering if anyone here could help me with a couple of nodejitsu questions
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08:02:04  <jezternz>ok my main question is answered just above xD so no worries
08:02:18  <coderarity>;P
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08:02:37  <jezternz>how long will the redis db creation likely be down?
08:04:05  <coderarity>i don't think we're sure
08:04:10  <coderarity>it's up to redistogo
08:04:24  <coderarity>i imagine not much longer though, it's been quite a while now
08:04:25  <jezternz>ahhh right, I see, separate service that nodejitsu taps into?
08:04:30  <coderarity>yeah
08:05:19  <jezternz>I have been building a realtime game in nodejs/redis/socket.io for quite a while now, on a local ubuntu VM, and have also deployed to Azure VM's, do you think it will be very hard to port to nodejitsu?
08:06:13  <coderarity>nah, it's usually just `jitsu deploy`
08:07:22  <jezternz>oh cool, looks like i am just waiting on redistogo then :)
08:07:35  <jezternz>and sockets.io is likely to work with websockets off the bat?
08:07:51  <coderarity>yeah, you can just create a database on their website, i think
08:08:12  <jezternz>ok, maybe ill try that
08:08:28  <coderarity>you probably want to anyways
08:08:49  <jezternz>okie, thanks for the help
08:08:56  <coderarity>np
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08:43:11  <jezternz>hmmmm just deployed an nodejs/redis/socket.io app to nodejitsu, deployed ok, and serving static files fine, my clients are spitting out all kinds of websocket connection errors, such as 'WebSocket is closed before the connection is established. ' and '
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08:43:56  <jezternz>do I need to setup ports in nodejitsu or something? I assumed it owuld just work because both the webhost & websockets connect on port 80
08:44:58  <coderarity>jetienne: nah, it just works
08:45:09  <jetienne>coderarity: ?
08:45:16  <coderarity>oh, sorry
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08:45:17  <jetienne>ah ok jezternz
08:45:28  <jetienne>no problemo
08:45:32  <coderarity>jezternz: yeah, ir should just work on port 80
08:45:37  <coderarity>it*
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08:45:56  <jezternz>hmmm
08:46:09  <jezternz>get all the strangest problems whenever I try a different service for websockets.
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08:46:42  <jezternz>actually it might be an older version of socket.io, maybe something is going wrong, can I view terminal feedback somehow?
08:46:44  <coderarity>jezternz: your socket.io can listen on the HTTP server as well
08:46:51  <coderarity>jezternz: `jitsu logs`
08:47:02  <jezternz>oh I see itm cheers
08:47:08  <jezternz>yeh, thats what I am doing
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08:53:58  <jezternz>is there some way to get a more complete log? I am getting internal server errors but I cant really see much in the small log window
08:54:16  <coderarity>you can request more logs
08:54:37  <coderarity>`jitsu helps logs`
08:54:50  <jezternz>seems to be stuck on 'Downloading logging information' now
08:54:54  <jezternz>oh cool, ill try that, cheers
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09:00:55  <jezternz>Think I might wait for socket.io 1.0 which is apparently comming out sometime in the next few weeks.
09:01:09  <coderarity>wow, really?
09:01:15  <coderarity>sweet
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09:09:16  <jezternz>yeh, its supposed to make it alot more reliable, uses engine.io
09:09:26  <coderarity>i see
09:09:36  <coderarity>i thought it already used engine.io
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09:09:58  <jezternz>I thought so too, but I was looking at the source on github, and I couldn't find any evidence of it
09:10:24  <jezternz>and I saw a post by the creator saying it would be into socket.io in the next few weeks (posted earlier in the week)
09:10:52  <coderarity>it's not in the package.json so i don't really think it can be used
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09:11:04  <jezternz>yeh
09:11:19  <jezternz>Im pretty sure thats what socket.io 1.0 is all about, engine implementation
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09:14:10  <yawnt>deoxxa: ping
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09:15:05  <deoxxa>HELLO
09:15:12  <yawnt>deoxxa: you that are the stream man
09:15:29  <deoxxa>has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like
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09:39:31  <sente>I want 'site.com/route', 'site.com/route/foo', 'site.com/route/a/b/c/d/etc' to all be handled by the same function
09:39:34  <sente>how can I define this?
09:40:21  <coderarity>where?
09:40:42  <yawnt>sente: usually site.com/route/*
09:41:03  <coderarity>director?
09:41:03  <sente> app.get('/heywire/select/:extras?', function(req, res){
09:41:03  <sente> res.redirect('/heywire/mood/');
09:41:03  <sente> return;
09:41:03  <sente> });
09:41:09  <coderarity>i see
09:41:18  <sente>ah, i've only seen the `:arg?` format before
09:41:25  <coderarity>it's a regular expression
09:41:41  <sente>wouldn't it be "site.com/route/.*" then?
09:41:45  <coderarity>yes
09:42:02  <coderarity>yawnt is just delusional
09:42:03  <sente>"site.com/route.*" is better?
09:42:17  <coderarity>sure, don't think it matters
09:43:44  <sente>fantastic
09:43:46  <sente>thank you
09:43:51  <yawnt>^_^
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09:50:28  <theCole>coderarity: which irc client are you using?
09:50:37  <coderarity>irssi
09:50:42  <coderarity>why?
09:51:01  <theCole>me too, do you have any sort of alerts set up on irssi?
09:51:07  <coderarity>yes
09:51:12  <coderarity>it makes a loud annoying beeping noise
09:51:29  <theCole>when someone mentions you? or just when someone talks
09:51:39  <coderarity>when someone talks in #nodejitsu
09:51:43  <coderarity>or when someone mentions me
09:51:45  <theCole>thats awesome
09:51:55  <theCole>what line did you add in your config for that?
09:52:02  <coderarity>there's a script for it
09:52:10  <theCole>i have been looking for something similar
09:52:15  <coderarity>http://jerith.za.net/code/irssichanbeep.html
09:52:21  <coderarity>it's super simple
09:52:23  <theCole>the only thing is my irssi is constantly running remotely on another machine
09:52:39  <theCole>so i will probably have to run it local
09:52:40  <sente>Visual Bell for the win
09:52:40  <theCole>to get the sound
09:52:43  <sente>actual beeps for the loss
09:52:54  <theCole>sente: i disagree
09:53:00  <sente>fair enough, theCole :)
09:53:00  <theCole>but thats ok =)
09:53:01  <coderarity>sente: i can't see that in another window
09:53:13  <coderarity>sente: usually IRC takes up no screen space and just beeps at me
09:53:24  <theCole>thanks coderarity
09:53:33  <coderarity>np
09:54:35  <sente>gotcha
09:54:37  <sente>http://i.imgur.com/WUM52.png
09:55:19  <sente>mine doesn't really either, i guess
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09:55:31  <coderarity>yeah
09:55:39  <DCdeBrabander>hello there
09:55:44  <coderarity>hi
09:55:52  <coderarity>didn't you say that in #node.js yesterday?
09:55:57  <coderarity>lol
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09:56:24  <sente>the '0 irssi' tab area can show events visually from irssi
09:56:43  <coderarity>sente: yep, i've used tmux before
09:56:44  <sente>also, even when running remotely, you should be able to create beeps, theCole
09:56:59  <coderarity>just print \a or something like that
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09:57:21  <sente>echo ^G
09:57:30  <DCdeBrabander>i have a question again xD
09:57:37  <coderarity>DCdeBrabander: sure
09:58:56  <yawnt>DCdeBrabander: yep ?
09:58:57  <yawnt>:)
09:59:03  <DCdeBrabander>i am unable to login through terminal
09:59:18  <yawnt>and it works via webops?
09:59:36  <yawnt>(https://webops.jitsu.com)
09:59:49  <DCdeBrabander>i come back later, need 2 find a better spot in school xD
09:59:50  <DCdeBrabander>@college right now
10:00:04  <yawnt>ook :)
10:00:10  <DCdeBrabander>brb then ;)
10:00:14  <yawnt>later
10:03:01  <theCole>does nodejitsu have a cli for intering credit card details for the paid options
10:03:04  <theCole>that would be cool
10:03:06  <theCole>:)
10:04:07  <coderarity>nah, i don't think so
10:04:10  <yawnt>theCole: not yet :)
10:04:28  <coderarity>i'm afraid what that might cause people to do
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10:05:57  <theCole>lol coderarity like what?
10:05:59  <theCole>pay nodejitsu?
10:06:01  <theCole>=P
10:06:20  <coderarity>theCole: idk, tmux into someone's computer and enter credit card information and have it stolen
10:06:59  <theCole>coderarity: ya that makes sense but that would be their own fault
10:07:35  <theCole>maybe i CLI for CC info is overkill :)
10:08:51  <coderarity>we'll see, it is probably as safe as web browsers in most situation
10:08:52  <coderarity>s
10:09:12  <theCole>tbh most people would probably not use it
10:09:26  <theCole>even though jitsu is primarily controlled from the cli
10:09:33  <yawnt>i don't know how much that makes sense
10:09:47  <yawnt>cause like.. it helps a lot to have the prefilled forms in the web
10:09:52  <theCole>right
10:10:04  <coderarity>people use webops whenever they can, in my experience
10:10:11  <coderarity>even when it was develop.jit.su and it sucked
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10:10:54  <DCdeBrabander>back
10:10:57  <theCole_>oops
10:11:20  <theCole_>i did not know that ctrl+z kicks you out of irssi
10:11:26  <theCole_>lame
10:11:28  <coderarity>it does?
10:11:28  <DCdeBrabander>so what i was telling.. xD
10:11:28  <yawnt>lol
10:11:32  <yawnt>coderarity: yeah
10:11:38  <DCdeBrabander>i had a problem to authenticate through terminal
10:11:47  <yawnt>nowait
10:11:48  <yawnt>^Z ?
10:11:53  <coderarity>it just sends it to the background, type `fg` to bring it back
10:11:57  <yawnt>i don't think so.. afaik it puts process in backgroun
10:11:59  <yawnt>yeah exactly
10:12:02  <theCole_>lol
10:12:05  <theCole_>shit
10:12:06  <coderarity>theCole: better `pkil irssi`
10:12:08  <yawnt>imma try
10:12:10  <coderarity>pkill*
10:12:10  <yawnt>hold on
10:12:15  <yawnt>yep
10:12:16  <yawnt>works
10:12:17  <coderarity>yawnt: i just did
10:12:19  <yawnt>^Z + fg
10:12:25  <yawnt>i did on screen via ssh
10:12:28  <yawnt>:>
10:12:33  <DCdeBrabander>or i wait xD
10:12:58  <yawnt>DCdeBrabander: wops sorry
10:13:02  <yawnt>yeah, i was asking
10:13:14  <DCdeBrabander>no problem ;)
10:13:16  <yawnt>do you have troubles connecting via webops.jitsu.com ?
10:13:25  <DCdeBrabander>uhmm dnno
10:13:33  <DCdeBrabander>i'll try
10:13:35  <yawnt>https://webops.jitsu.com
10:13:37  <yawnt>thanks :)
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10:14:15  <DCdeBrabander>nope
10:14:19  <DCdeBrabander>webops works fine
10:14:32  <DCdeBrabander>i get an error message in terminal though
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10:14:39  <DCdeBrabander>'unable to authenticate;
10:14:42  <theCole>that was annoying
10:14:43  <theCole>=)
10:14:43  <DCdeBrabander>no ENOENT or something?
10:14:52  <coderarity>gist the whole thing
10:15:05  <coderarity>gist.github.com
10:15:11  <DCdeBrabander>the error msg u mean
10:15:32  <coderarity>just all of the output from `jitsu login`
10:15:45  <coderarity>don't be picky
10:15:45  <coderarity>:P
10:15:47  <DCdeBrabander>haha
10:15:55  <DCdeBrabander>its just 2 lines or something
10:15:58  <DCdeBrabander>but uhmm
10:16:09  <DCdeBrabander>is there a quickcommand in terminal itself to gist quickly?
10:16:49  <yawnt>DCdeBrabander: cat <output> | curl -F 'sprunge=<-' http://sprunge.us
10:16:57  <yawnt>but no quick command for gist
10:16:58  <yawnt>:P
10:17:14  <coderarity>there's some gist command line thing somewhere out there
10:17:19  <coderarity>you gotta install it though
10:17:22  <yawnt>yeah
10:18:00  <DCdeBrabander>i'll just type the 2 lines here
10:18:09  <DCdeBrabander>its just 2 lines lol!
10:18:26  <coderarity>you can select the text to copy it then middle click to paste
10:18:33  <coderarity>or maybe control-shift-c and control-shift-v
10:18:44  <coderarity>on a mac it's command-c and command-v like normal
10:18:52  <yawnt>i should bind those in urxvt
10:18:56  <yawnt>meh
10:19:00  <coderarity>yawnt: evilvte ftw
10:19:05  <yawnt>no :<
10:19:07  <yawnt>urxvt is bettah
10:19:10  <DCdeBrabander>maybe its a dns error maybe
10:19:21  <DCdeBrabander>i also cant open gist.github.com in ubutnu
10:19:21  <coderarity>yawnt: always stretching mah fons
10:19:22  <DCdeBrabander>ubuntu*
10:19:28  <coderarity>fonts*
10:19:30  <DCdeBrabander>in win8 it works fine (gist)
10:19:36  <coderarity>DCdeBrabander: we really need that error
10:19:42  <DCdeBrabander>error: Unable to Authenticate as DCdeBrabander
10:19:42  <DCdeBrabander>error: getaddrinfo ENOENT
10:19:47  <coderarity>whatevs
10:19:57  <coderarity>oh, well, that's interesting
10:20:48  <DCdeBrabander>so... xD
10:20:55  <coderarity>you're right
10:21:05  <coderarity>it's a DNS error
10:21:33  <DCdeBrabander>so how are we goingto fix it
10:21:34  <DCdeBrabander>ubuntu runs in VMWare
10:21:38  <coderarity>DCdeBrabander: what does "host api.nodejitsu.com" say?
10:21:45  <DCdeBrabander>so must i fix it in windows or
10:22:18  <coderarity>DCdeBrabander: how are you doing it in vmware? bridged, or the shared thing, or what?
10:22:23  <coderarity>the internet, i mean
10:22:43  <DCdeBrabander>it was automatically using my existing connection from windows
10:23:05  <DCdeBrabander>some autoinstall thingie from vmware
10:23:23  <coderarity>there's a little option in vmware
10:23:33  <coderarity>to choose how the internet is used
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10:24:09  <DCdeBrabander>i think this all is caused by the fact that i am using the internet of my phone right now
10:24:19  <DCdeBrabander>i experienced some other weird things when using internet from phone
10:24:26  <coderarity>lol
10:24:33  <DCdeBrabander>not al WLANs isn't working on win8 yet
10:24:41  <coderarity>ubuntu -> windows -> phone -> internet
10:25:07  <DCdeBrabander>else i was using 'eduroam' from this university
10:25:14  <coderarity>well, if that's the case, it'll work when you get home
10:25:20  <DCdeBrabander>ye xD
10:25:30  <DCdeBrabander>i hope
10:25:34  <DCdeBrabander>but can it be fixed?
10:25:36  <coderarity>if you get home and it doesn't work, you can come back here
10:25:41  <coderarity>yeah
10:25:44  <coderarity>probably
10:25:50  <DCdeBrabander>i also cant find the host u just gave
10:25:53  <DCdeBrabander>it cant find it
10:26:01  <coderarity>yeah, that proves it's a DNS problem
10:26:05  <DCdeBrabander>but google.nl can he find!
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10:26:20  <coderarity>google works? hmm
10:27:49  <DCdeBrabander>i am looking for dns settings
10:28:00  <DCdeBrabander>i think google dns is configured
10:28:13  <coderarity>the 4.4.4.4 and 4.4.8.8 thing?
10:28:50  <coderarity>i mean, 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4
10:28:55  <DCdeBrabander>8.8.8.8 & 8.8.4.4 i thought?
10:29:01  <DCdeBrabander>haha
10:29:12  <coderarity>that's hilarious, that i remembered it inverted
10:29:32  <DCdeBrabander>haha
10:29:42  <DCdeBrabander>but where to change dns settings /
10:30:09  <coderarity>in ubuntu? no idea
10:30:11  <coderarity>network manager or something like that?
10:32:29  <DCdeBrabander>i am searching for some things
10:32:38  <DCdeBrabander>i will try some *** and then i will update here ;)
10:34:14  <coderarity>ok
10:34:28  <coderarity>i'm using google DNS too and it works for me, btw
10:34:33  <DCdeBrabander>mmm
10:34:36  <DCdeBrabander>weird
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10:47:51  <sente>is everyauth pretty much the defacto module that ppl use for supporting multiple authentication schemes?
10:48:05  <coderarity>some people use passport
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10:48:56  <sente>what about you, coderarity?
10:49:10  <coderarity>i don't
10:49:47  <sente>:)
10:50:02  <sente>well, passport gets +1 for having a working twitter library at the moment
10:50:33  <sente>everyauth's broke a couple days ago because it uses twitter's non-versioned API routes
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11:00:37  <Rena>hi pksunkara im having a hard time setting up everyauth with union+director+connect
11:00:44  <Rena>can u give me some help
11:00:59  <yawnt>Rena: i wouldn't use everyauth if i were you :)
11:01:09  <Rena>what do u recommend then?
11:01:13  <Rena>passport?
11:01:14  <sente>Rena: I wouldn't either
11:01:21  <yawnt>Rena: yes :)
11:01:22  <sente>Rena: I've been frustrated quite a bit by everyauth
11:01:52  <Rena>ill give it a try then
11:01:53  <Rena>ty
11:02:17  <yawnt>welcome :)
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11:16:02  <booyaa>anyone using app.net?
11:16:11  <booyaa>in particular anyone with a dev account?
11:17:47  <yawnt>i know indutny has app.net
11:17:53  <yawnt>not sure about dev account
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12:06:03  <DCdeBrabander>hey
12:06:09  <DCdeBrabander>i have the errorlog bt
12:06:14  <DCdeBrabander>https://gist.github.com/3898786
12:07:37  <coderarity>DCdeBrabander: sudo chown dominique /home/dominique/.jitsuconf
12:07:37  <yawnt> DCdeBrabander it looks like you don't have the permission to read that file
12:07:48  <coderarity>DCdeBrabander: don't run jitsu with sudo :P
12:07:50  <yawnt>and .. yeah.. what coderarity said
12:07:57  <DCdeBrabander>xD
12:07:58  <DCdeBrabander>o ok
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12:25:14  <porsager>hi. my jitsu logs only gives me logs from yesterday. the same in webops
12:25:33  <porsager>does anyone have an idea why it isn't updating?
12:26:33  <yawnt>porsager: sometimes loggly fails
12:26:47  <yawnt>or maybe there are no new logs :P
12:27:32  <yawnt>if you need a custom solution you could implement your own with winston and maybe save to redis or mongo :)
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12:31:49  <porsager>yawnt: uh, that looks interesting, i will check it out.
12:32:14  <porsager>is loggly going to be better in the future, or should we generally not rely on it?
12:32:54  <yawnt>porsager: that's something you should ask the people at loggly :P
12:33:12  <yawnt>http://loggly.com
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12:33:26  <coderarity>porsager: we're going to change from loggly soon though
12:34:02  <porsager>coderarity: ok, thanks :)
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13:42:10  <porsager>yawnt: got winston running. very nice - thank you for the hint !
13:42:25  <yawnt>porsager: you're welcome, if you need help, just ask D:
13:43:39  <porsager>great, well then to beat a dead horse.. i am still getting socket hangup and mongo connection errors when deploying. i am using mongo 1.1.7
13:44:15  <yawnt>can i see your package.json
13:44:19  <yawnt>and jitsu's output?
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13:44:29  <yawnt>(please don't use a gist, github doesn't work in my network :P)
13:44:29  <porsager>this: https://gist.github.com/3871444 and this: https://gist.github.com/3813673
13:44:33  <porsager>oh
13:44:33  <yawnt>dammit
13:44:34  <yawnt>:D
13:44:35  <porsager>hehe sorry
13:44:37  <yawnt>np
13:44:41  <yawnt>it's the network's fault
13:44:42  <yawnt>>.<
13:44:50  <porsager>i'll try pastebin ;)
13:45:02  <yawnt>thanks
13:45:08  <porsager>http://pastebin.com/bbF16ezm
13:45:30  <porsager>and http://pastebin.com/uSmf9z67
13:45:50  <yawnt>can i see your package.json too?
13:46:02  <porsager>just a sec
13:46:17  <porsager>http://pastebin.com/x6P72BZ9
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13:48:57  <jetienne>any idea of a good name for a library doing function attributes
13:49:04  <jetienne>current one being functionattr.js
13:49:09  <yawnt>porsager: can you try with mongoose 3.2.1?
13:49:38  <porsager>i will
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14:08:48  <porsager>yawnt: ok, just to be sure i've made 4 deploys. 3 first were fine, and then i got: http://pastebin.com/qeJwJ2Sy
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15:13:23  <yawnt>porsager: hey
15:13:26  <yawnt>sorry i was away
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15:13:30  <yawnt>are you still having that error?
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15:15:13  <porsager>no, just that time, haven't deployed since (trying now)
15:15:30  <castroarguello>Hi there, I just registered to nodejitsu and got a: "error: Invalid Invite Code" when trying to confirm my account
15:15:47  <castroarguello>there's somebody here that can help me with that?
15:16:05  <yawnt>castroarguello: hey
15:16:05  <porsager>yawnt: but the thing is it is so sporadic, and i haven't really changed anything between those deploys
15:16:17  <yawnt>are you sure you pasted the right code from the email?
15:16:37  <yawnt>porsager: uhm, i see.. is the .listen inside some sort of callback?
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15:17:36  <castroarguello>afirmative, my username is: castroarguello
15:19:05  <yawnt>castroarguello: can you paste me jitsu's output? also what's your jitsu and node version?
15:19:16  <yawnt>porsager: i'm back home, so gist are fine now btw :P
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15:20:01  <porsager>yawnt: no, it looks like this in the file that i have specified as start file in package.json - http://pastebin.com/0R1yjrPp
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15:20:11  <porsager>ok, cool :)
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15:21:32  <yawnt>then it should be fine
15:21:42  <yawnt>(except if you do some heavy synchronous work before those lines :P)
15:21:43  <porsager>ok
15:22:24  <castroarguello>+yawnt: node -v v0.8.7
15:22:56  <porsager>nope, the only thing that's before is expressjs setup and my connection to mongo
15:23:32  <porsager>sorry, i gotta run, i will catch you later.
15:23:39  <yawnt>yep, c ya
15:24:24  <yawnt>castroarguello: ok, jitsu's version ? and please also paste the jitsu output (cancel the activaction code if you want)
15:24:34  <jaha>just saw the paid accounts went live (im sure im late on that boat) but congrats!
15:24:38  <yawnt>:)
15:24:44  <yawnt>thanks!
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15:28:01  <jaha>i wasnt quite clear on how it would work if I need like 10+ low-traffic (sites) drones
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15:29:19  <yawnt>jaha: basically
15:29:21  <yawnt>one drone is one app
15:29:48  <yawnt>but you could for example make a basic express app, and mount your multiple apps in it
15:29:52  <yawnt>and run it on a single drone :)
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15:31:02  <jaha>can I purchase say 10 ($3) drones on the ind account?
15:31:42  <jaha>or multiple "packs"
15:31:56  <castroarguello>+yawnt: jitsu users confirm castroarguello xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx info: Welcome to Nodejitsu castroarguello info: jitsu v0.9.8 info: It worked if it ends with Nodejitsu ok info: Executing command users confirm castroarguello xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx info: Confirming user castroarguello error: Error running command users confirm castroarguello xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx err
15:32:13  <castroarguello>error: Invalid Invite Code help: For help with this error contact Nodejitsu Support: help: webchat: <http://webchat.nodejitsu.com/> help: irc: <irc://chat.freenode.net/#nodejitsu> help: email: <support@nodejitsu.com> help: help: Copy and paste this output to a gist (http://gist.github.com/) info: Nodejitsu not ok
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15:33:08  <castroarguello>after that I did a: jitsu users forgot castroarguello xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx
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15:33:10  <yawnt>castroarguello: can you please use gist.github.com ?
15:34:00  <yawnt>jaha: yes, but there are packs for more drones that cost less :)
15:34:05  <castroarguello>yeah, sorry: https://gist.github.com/3900009
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15:35:09  <jaha>yawnt: :), yea, just wanted to make sure the Ind. accounts werent limited by number of drones
15:35:18  <jaha>yawnt: thanks
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15:36:09  <yawnt>jaha: you're welcome :)
15:36:25  <jaha>yawnt: is there a list of all compatible software on the server, like "Cairo" and others
15:36:52  <yawnt>jaha: not really, but like.. pretty much everything works.. and if you happen to use a library that it's not available
15:37:07  <yawnt>shoot an email at support@nodejitsu.com and we'll see what we can do to help you :)
15:37:27  <yawnt>jaha: cairo works anyway :D
15:38:10  <jaha>grazie
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15:38:53  <yawnt>prego
15:38:57  <yawnt>:D
15:39:35  <navaru>someone online from Nodejitsu who can help me with a payment problem?
15:39:54  <yawnt>navaru: what's up? not sure i can help but i can try :)
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15:40:30  <navaru>Processor declined Declined (2046) <- why?
15:40:42  <navaru>what does that code mean?
15:41:58  <yawnt>that your credit card was not accepted by braintree
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15:43:09  <navaru>braintree does not accept European CC?
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15:44:12  <yawnt>yeah it usually does :\ , but we've had some of this situations.. we're working on it
15:45:55  <navaru>So in this situation what can I do?
15:46:19  <navaru>Both of my CC were declined
15:46:21  <`3rdEden>navaru: What type of creditcard are you using?
15:46:32  <navaru>Visa Electron
15:46:33  <`3rdEden>Mastercard, visa etc
15:47:06  <navaru>ING Bank
15:47:30  <navaru>Works on Amazon and other USA services
15:48:13  <`3rdEden>I'm wondering if braintree is supporting that flavor
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15:49:25  <navaru>Should I send an email to support?
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15:50:18  <`3rdEden>Yes, that would help as well and might help us debug the issue
15:50:51  <navaru>ok, thanks
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15:56:18  <`3rdEden>navaru: thanks for letting us know
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16:06:09  <yawnt>deoxxa: IT WOERKS
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16:08:14  <goulding>having an issue with custom URL using node-static to serve files...
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16:09:56  <goulding>the regular jit.su URL works without specifying index.html, but for the custom URL, if I don't specify index.html no supporting files (scripts css etc).
16:10:12  <goulding>is anyone here?
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16:19:09  <castroarguello>+yawnt: any update regarding my case?
16:19:20  <dmauro>Hi, just wanted to point out an SSL issue. I was trying to use nodejitsu's automatic https but I get a warning because the certificate is apparently only for *.nodejitsu.com and not *.*.nodejitsu.com.
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16:21:55  <yawnt>castroarguello: yep
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16:23:51  <AvianFlu>dmauro: can you try .jitsu.com and see if it's the same?
16:24:05  <AvianFlu>dmauro: jitsu.com uses one of our new certificates
16:24:10  <AvianFlu>nodejitsu.com is still one of the old on
16:24:10  <AvianFlu>e
16:25:34  <mmalecki>castroarguello: hey, I'll activate you. what's your username?
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16:37:52  <castroarguello>@mmalecki
16:37:58  <castroarguello>my username is castroarguello
16:38:02  <castroarguello>I'll brb
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16:39:19  <dmauro>@AvianFlu: Looks like it also happens with .jitsu.com
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16:39:57  <AvianFlu>dmauro: okay, thanks for checking - so basically, it just doesn't like the double wildcard?
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16:43:36  <dmauro>@AvianFlu: No, the problem is that it needs a double wildcard. "You attempted to reach dmauro.daily-challenges.nodejitsu.com, but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself as *.nodejitsu.com."
16:43:47  <dmauro>Same problem with jitsu.com
16:45:01  <mmalecki>dmauro: that's kind of expected. we'd need certificates for all levels to fix that
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16:47:49  <AvianFlu>dmauro: did jitsu auto-generate that subdomain?
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16:55:51  <dmauro>@AvianFlu: That's my username plus project name.
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16:57:10  <dmauro>@mmalecki: But shouldn't you at least have a double wildcard since URLS are username.projectname.jitsu.com?
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17:13:05  <sberryman>AvianFlu: how are you guys going to handle the "worker" model... i remember heroku having workers and dyno's (drones)
17:16:12  <sberryman>i guess that question applies to anyone that is around :)
17:16:27  <blakmatrix>shouldnt be too difficult
17:16:40  <blakmatrix>but like so many things on our pipline
17:16:53  <mmalecki>sberryman: need more specific question
17:17:02  <mmalecki>I'm not sure how heroku's workers work
17:17:10  <blakmatrix>mmalecki: they dont open port lol
17:17:11  <mmalecki>mind explaining a bit? sorry for being a noob
17:17:20  <blakmatrix>mmalecki: its like a computation process
17:17:26  <sberryman>it is the same codebase they just let you scale them separately
17:17:35  <blakmatrix>mmalecki: just does a unit of task with out touching the web
17:18:18  <mmalecki>sure, that's pretty easy
17:18:34  <mmalecki>you'll most likely submit a job
17:18:34  <mmalecki>somehow
17:20:22  <blakmatrix>mmalecki: though running workers might regularly need more than the 256MB RAM limit depending specific needs
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17:20:51  <mmalecki>blakmatrix: sure
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17:31:25  <sberryman>just trying to get the conversation started
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17:32:02  <sberryman>i need background workers to generate inventory for golf courses nightly and to perform some maintenance tasks on those courses
17:32:17  <sberryman>i also want workers to handle sending out e-mails and txt messages
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17:35:14  <sberryman>i could see something in package.json for "scripts": { "worker": "node worker.js" } or something along those lines
17:35:23  <sberryman>where we could scale workers using jitsu
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17:37:05  <sberryman>and just an FYI, heroku allocates 512 MB of memory for each dyno (including workers)
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18:42:17  <lpin>oh noes another apache + php vs node battle in #node.js chan
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19:38:20  <sebastia1>hi, i have a question about the nodejitsu platform
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19:39:40  <sebastia1>i have an app that uses http on 80 and socket.io on tcp port 55672, but according to the docs (https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook#how-can-i-make-my-app-use-a-port-other-than-port-80) i cannot listen on that port
19:39:45  <sebastia1>how can i make this work?
19:40:46  <blakmatrix>hi
19:41:01  <sebastia1>hi :)
19:41:07  <blakmatrix>you have to listen on one port
19:41:41  <blakmatrix>make socket.io listen on the same port as your http server
19:42:03  <jesusabdullah>sebastia1: you can make socket.io and your http server listen on the same port
19:42:07  <sebastia1>on the same instance?
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19:42:19  <blakmatrix>sebastia1: take a look at this example https://github.com/nodeapps/boilerplates/tree/master/socket.io
19:42:22  <sebastia1>will websockets still be used?
19:42:24  <jesusabdullah>yes
19:42:41  <sebastia1>curious how that works, but cool thanks
19:42:43  <jesusabdullah>that's how it's designed to work---that is, adding websockets on top of, say, an express server
19:42:50  <blakmatrix>sebastia1: you can allso install it with `jitsu install socket.io`
19:43:57  <sebastia1>do i have to install it that way?
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19:44:27  <blakmatrix>no, you can pull down the github repo and
19:44:38  <blakmatrix>navigate to that folder to test it
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19:45:58  <blakmatrix>sebastia1: https://github.com/nodeapps/boilerplates/blob/master/socket.io/bin/server#L44 here is how socket.io attaches to the http server
19:46:17  <sebastia1>just saw the first example here: http://socket.io/#how-to-use
19:46:28  <sebastia1>they actually wrap the socket.io api around the http server there as well
19:46:50  <sebastia1>thanks ill check that out
19:47:22  <sebastia1>yeah seems like the same api call: require('socket.io').listen(yourHttpServer)
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20:09:19  <sebastia1>ok, ive made a few steps forward but now i have another question
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20:09:55  <sebastia1>how do i specify the npm dependencies of my app. it only detected ejs, but there are several others including socket.io
20:10:24  <blakmatrix>sebastia1: put them in your package.json
20:10:30  <sebastia1>can i just edit the packages.json? is that the preferred way
20:10:36  <sebastia1>oh ok, i thought it might be regenerated every time
20:10:39  <sebastia1>ok thanks
20:10:42  <blakmatrix>see http://package.json.jit.su for an example
20:11:04  <blakmatrix>sebastia1: yeah I deasable the analyzer
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20:16:10  <sebastia1>my project is split into many files (modules), but those files dont appear to be deployed with my main "bin" script
20:16:24  <sebastia1>do i have to add anything to package.json to have those picked up during jitsu deploy?
20:20:23  <blakmatrix>sebastia1: no
20:20:28  <blakmatrix>I dont think so
20:21:01  <blakmatrix>they will be picked up as long as they aren't ignored in a .gitignore or .npmignore file
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20:21:46  <sebastia1>so when i run "jitsu deploy" it deploys every file under the current directory to the server, preserving folder structure?
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20:22:43  <jamescarr_>anyone here using mikeal's request module to submit multipart/form-data with files?
20:22:51  <jamescarr_>trying like crazy to get it working
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20:26:27  <sebastia1>@blakmatrix so my http server does FS.readFile on a file with path '../some/file.html', where that path should be relative to the main script. however i get an Error: ENOENT cannot stat '../some/file.html'
20:26:55  <sebastia1>ideas? it works locally.
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20:33:54  <sebastia1>oh i think i know what is wrong. i usually run the server from the directory it lives in. ill bet you guys are running the script from the project root. that might change all the relative paths.
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20:38:36  <sebastia1>thanks guys, its working :) http://bumbleskunk.tap.io.jit.su/ (webgl should be enabled)
20:39:33  <blakmatrix>sebastia1: yeah "__dir"
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20:41:49  <blakmatrix>sebastia1: NEAT GAME
20:42:12  <sebastia1>@blakmatrix thanks :) i have a commit at home with a help menu and usability stuff
20:42:17  <sebastia1>@blakmatrix q is for scoreboard
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20:56:55  <sebastia1>ls
20:56:59  <sebastia1>lol whoops
20:57:05  <sebastia1>alright guys see you later
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22:23:58  <sberryman>blakmatrix: do you know if the latest node-mongodb-native is working now? (https://github.com/mongodb/node-mongodb-native/commit/e577d02dbb68a109f73abd3bd9f4d29bfddaaea0)
22:24:27  <blakmatrix>sberryman: not offhand
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22:27:27  <blakmatrix>sberryman: 1.1.11 had problems with another user
22:27:39  <sberryman>blakmatrix: thanks for looking into it
22:28:11  <sberryman>what info can I give to christkv to help fix it?
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22:29:44  <blakmatrix>sberryman: I would think thats a question for AvianFlu and bradleymeck
22:30:17  <blakmatrix>since they are the devops guys
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22:31:15  <eMarek>hii
22:31:30  <eMarek>need some help with forever
22:31:44  <eMarek>anyone avaiable for help?
22:31:45  <yawnt>eMarek: yes?
22:31:54  <eMarek>hi
22:32:05  <eMarek>i would like to start forever with -w
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22:32:20  <eMarek>but i got an error
22:32:22  <eMarek>Could not read .foreverignore file.
22:32:35  <eMarek>do you know where is the problem?
22:33:11  <yawnt>that you need to create a .foreverignore?
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22:33:34  <eMarek>where should i put it and what should be in it? :D
22:33:43  <yawnt>what version of forever are you using?
22:33:58  <eMarek>just a sec
22:34:02  <yawnt>thanks
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22:34:34  <eMarek>i dont know how to check it
22:34:35  <yawnt>anyway the foreverignore is used to tell forever which files not to watch
22:34:45  <yawnt>so basically a blank file should be fine too :)
22:36:12  <eMarek>i dont found the version of forever
22:36:13  <eMarek>ok
22:36:18  <eMarek>i will do it
22:36:23  <eMarek>where shoud i put it?
22:36:53  <yawnt>in the directory of the project you want to run with forever, if i remember correctly
22:36:54  <eMarek>i did not*
22:37:17  <eMarek>i installed forever globally
22:37:36  <yawnt>yeah
22:37:45  <yawnt>but like, if you have app/server.js
22:37:51  <yawnt>then you'd have app/.foreverignore
22:38:10  <yawnt>in your project directory, the one you run with forever
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22:38:18  <eMarek>ql, i will try it
22:38:48  <eMarek>i was thinkinh that, i should put the file in node_modules/forever, which j can not find it
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22:39:44  <yawnt>no no :P
22:40:22  <eMarek>looks like it works :)
22:40:24  <eMarek>tnx
22:40:44  <yawnt>you're welcome ;)
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22:41:11  <simpleshadow>hi all--is it possible to run foreman on nodejitsu? not quite sure or how i would go about setting it up
22:41:49  <yawnt>foreman?
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22:42:02  <eMarek>+yawnt: so if i understand right, the node process will be restarted, if i change any file?
22:42:04  <blakmatrix>foreman is a ruby program
22:42:12  <yawnt>eMarek: yes
22:42:19  <yawnt>blakmatrix: ah, never heard of it
22:42:48  <blakmatrix>simpleshadow: shoert answer, no, but why do you want to use foreman?
22:42:49  <eMarek>+yawnt, that's all what i need it. :D tnx again
22:42:51  <eMarek>have fun
22:42:57  <yawnt>anytime
22:43:15  <simpleshadow>blakmatrix: i'm so familiar with it from heroku :\ and i like the color formatting
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22:44:25  <blakmatrix>simpleshadow: we have our own tool, jitsu for uploading your app to our cloud
22:46:53  <blakmatrix>simpleshadow: hav you tried it
22:47:12  <simpleshadow>blakmatrix: yes-i've just started using jitsu
22:47:44  <simpleshadow>blakmatrix: it is missing some of the formatting/coloring that I enjoyed from foreman
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22:51:17  <blakmatrix>simpleshadow: well our nodejitsu-api is open source, as well as our jitsu tool https://github.com/nodejitsu/nodejitsu-api , https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu
22:51:36  <blakmatrix>you're welcome to make a fork and add forman integration
22:52:38  <simpleshadow>blakmatrix: thanks. i was hoping not to have to do too much setup so I'll just live without it for now--mostly excited to see you support websockets. not many options available out there. :)
22:53:14  <blakmatrix>yup :)
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23:49:24  <shachar>Hi, anyone here?
23:49:51  <blakmatrix>shachar: hi
23:50:14  <shachar>I'm deploying a project with jitsu deploy
23:50:28  <shachar>and it takes a long time, and sometimes the socket hang up even
23:50:59  <shachar>I was wondering if there's a way around that (e.g deploying only diffs)
23:51:05  <blakmatrix>shachar: what are you deploying?
23:51:11  <blakmatrix>nope, no diffs yet
23:51:35  <shachar>code, and some videos
23:52:03  <blakmatrix>I'd store the videoes on S3 or something
23:52:15  <_ritch>does nodejitsu run 32 or 64bit node?
23:52:33  <blakmatrix>in the next verion o jitsu you'll be able to specify the client side socket hang up
23:52:39  <blakmatrix>_ritch: 64
23:52:45  <shachar>there's an eta for that?
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23:53:27  <jesusabdullah>shachar: not an announced one, no, but we are working on something
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23:54:45  <_ritch>anyone from nodejitsu have any luck getting JS function names out of dtrace/flamegraphs on 64bit node?
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