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01:02:35  <rvagg>AvianFlu: i have a question about ntwitter... a verifyCredentials() is successful but an updateStatus() isn't, gets: {"errors":[{"message":"Could not authenticate you","code":32}]}
01:02:41  <rvagg>AvianFlu: any ideas on what I might be doing wrong?
01:02:51  <AvianFlu> rvagg: not offhand
01:03:03  <AvianFlu>the twitter API has become a lot more restrictive since I've had time to read through its docs last
01:03:14  <AvianFlu>could be some kind of app restriction
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01:27:48  <gigq>Can anyone help me with a question about sticky sessions and nodejitsu?
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01:28:40  <InspiredJW>nodejitsu supports sticky sessions
01:28:44  <InspiredJW>it just works
01:28:53  <AvianFlu>gigq: what's going on
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01:30:18  <gigq>so this is more of a hypothetical question as I haven't written my app yet. I realize that sticky sessions work on nodejitsu, my concern is that I am working on a 2 player game and would like to ensure both player are connected to the same nodejs server so I can alert each client when a move happens.
01:30:43  <AvianFlu>gigq: use a backing store to keep track of your sessions
01:30:53  <AvianFlu>keep them in one redis that all the drones you use talk to
01:30:58  <AvianFlu>or some other db
01:32:18  <gigq>So I'll be using cloudant for a db which will hold game state. I guess really what I mean is I would like to use long polling connections to prevent the clients from having to refresh the game. If I do this on the same server I can send a signal down to the client as soon as a move is made, but only if they are on the same nodejs instance
01:33:27  <gigq>I could use pubsub in redis to facilitate this but it seems like a waste since nodejs should be able to do it without redis
01:38:47  <AvianFlu>depends on exactly how you want your player matchmaking to work
01:39:03  <AvianFlu>this is a subject of a ton of theory and argument
01:39:17  <AvianFlu>player-state synchronization in games, I mean
01:41:02  <gigq>I'd be fine with the player then having to go back to the server for the actual gamestate
01:41:27  <gigq>I just want them to be able to do so right when the updated gamestate is available
01:41:40  <gigq>instead of having to poll for it every x seconds
01:41:51  <AvianFlu>websockets?
01:41:55  <gigq>right
01:41:57  <AvianFlu>or some other kind of push notifications
01:42:18  <AvianFlu>you can get a redis instance in the same datacenter as us via iris-redis
01:42:26  <AvianFlu>so the overall latency involved should be low
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01:45:15  <gigq>I had heard of redistogo.com but not iris-redis
01:45:35  <JasonSmith>We soft-launched it
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01:45:59  <gigq>ah ok, anywhere I can look for pricing?
01:46:18  <JasonSmith>Currently it is only B-to-B so you would need to go through Nodejitsu
01:46:38  <AvianFlu>gigq: you can get small instances from us via our jitsu cli tool
01:46:45  <AvianFlu>or the webops web interface
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01:49:42  <gigq>ok thanks, sounds like that may work then. Also as far as using websockets with nodejitsu is there any rule of thumb over how many connections per drone? Just trying to get an idea of my costs if the game becomes popular.
01:50:03  <AvianFlu>with the drones in our individual plan, you should get at least 400 concurrents per drone
01:50:08  <AvianFlu>depending on overhead, of course
01:50:16  <AvianFlu>but we've had some high-push-rate apps at close to 500
01:50:49  <gigq>ok seems reasonable, again thanks for the help guys
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01:58:45  <rvagg>AvianFlu: I figured out the ntwitter problem btw, got the hint from this issue: https://github.com/AvianFlu/ntwitter/issues/51 putting a slash on the end of the update-status URL works fine: /statuses/update.json/
01:58:55  <AvianFlu>there you go
01:58:59  <AvianFlu>fucking twitter api
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02:11:20  <rvagg>soooo... how can I get an authentication token to use the jitsu webhook?
02:12:27  <AvianFlu>there are some docs that might not be merged
02:12:28  <AvianFlu>let me find them
02:13:31  * rvaggis curl'ing random urls to find a token creator without success
02:13:33  <AvianFlu>rvagg: https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook#nodejitsu-web-hook-api
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02:13:56  <rvagg>AvianFlu: I'm there, but I don't know how to get an auth token to use instead of my password
02:14:24  <AvianFlu>rvagg: yeah, I just realized the same
02:14:29  <AvianFlu>let me look around a second
02:17:06  <AvianFlu>rvagg: aha!
02:17:07  <AvianFlu>https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook#create-an-api-token
02:19:43  <dscape>rvagg: sorry that might be wrong
02:19:52  <dscape>i think i mixed third party tokens with tokens docs
02:19:54  <rvagg>mm, that'd be for external providers wouldn't it?
02:19:56  <dscape>its: curl https://foo:bar@api.nodejitsu.com/users/dscape-testing/tokens -X POST
02:20:15  <dscape>rvagg: yes, like
02:20:25  <dscape>if you want to deploy private repos to nodejitsu
02:20:30  <dscape>you need to pair github and nodejitsu
02:20:34  <dscape>so we need that
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02:20:42  <dscape>hence the provider field etc
02:21:04  <rvagg>bingo!
02:21:38  <dscape>webhooks.jit.su includes endpoint docs btw
02:21:47  <dscape>the thing is this tokens part is not part of the webhook api
02:21:53  <dscape>its part of our main api
02:22:05  <dscape>cause its necessary for other things too
02:22:15  <dscape>im changing the docs now
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02:31:59  <rvagg>dscape: seems to *require* a .travis.yml, can that be changed to be an optional thing?
02:32:26  <dscape>dscape: isnt that in the optional errors thing?
02:32:31  <dscape>its just saying
02:32:35  <dscape>i tried to get it and i failed
02:32:43  <dscape>to help the support team
02:32:57  <dscape>in the end i would like to actually stream STDIO and STDERR to users on deployment
02:33:06  <dscape>and keep these logs as something to give support
02:33:10  <dscape>but this is very early on
02:33:34  <dscape>rvagg: try changes/?include_docs=auto
02:33:45  <dscape>it will only give you detailed info if the deploy failed
02:33:52  <dscape>:)
02:34:11  <dscape>also if you have a repo and you want to include it into our integration testing
02:34:13  <dscape>let me know
02:34:25  <dscape>ill fork it to `dscape-testing` and its automatically included in our tests
02:34:40  <dscape>so before we deploy we will be sure that repo runs
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02:35:05  <rvagg>I've just realised that I may not be able to do this.. I have a couple of files that I don't commit to git that contain passwords & tokens, but I need them to go to jitsu
02:35:22  <rvagg>the project is open on github but I don't want to save my private stuff there that it requires to run
02:35:45  <rvagg>so running jitsu from the commandline is fine because it bundles them up, but deploying from github is going to miss out
02:36:47  <dscape>rvagg: you can use env vars
02:36:53  <dscape>jitsu set env
02:37:03  <rvagg>they'll save across deploys?
02:37:11  <dscape>AvianFlu: jesusabdullah ?
02:37:15  <dscape>(i believe so)
02:37:28  <rvagg>that's brilliant then!
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02:37:36  <dscape>:)
02:37:43  <dscape>rvagg: worked super hard on this
02:37:50  <dscape>so hit me with all you got so i fix it
02:37:53  <dscape>but happy u like it
02:37:56  <rvagg>you guys have everything sorted
02:38:08  <AvianFlu>yes, env vars persist
02:38:31  <dscape>AvianFlu++
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02:54:01  <deoxxa>nathan7: any time, i guess
02:54:28  <deoxxa>nathan7: tomorrow i have to go chase up one of my bags... i left it on a train because i was falling asleep/had a fever :<
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03:04:30  <rvagg>dscape, AvianFlu got webook deploy + env vars working beautifully... absolute magic, now anyone with repo access can redeploy without me being involved
03:04:35  * rvagggoes to set up another repo
03:05:13  <AvianFlu>rvagg: win
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03:12:48  <dscape>rvagg: if you link to github
03:12:56  <dscape>you can get if a commit status
03:12:59  <dscape>like in travis
03:13:25  <dscape>rvagg: also you can choose a deployment branch
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03:13:32  <dscape>to make sure shit doesnt break
03:13:41  <dscape>and add travis tests if you like
03:13:44  <dscape>for the same reason
03:13:46  <rvagg>since I don't have complex needs for these 2 small projects I'm just going with master now
03:14:41  <dscape>maybe ill add auto retry on failure
03:14:48  <dscape>for up to 1 retries
03:14:55  <dscape>to prevent people from doing silly things like empty comits
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03:16:03  <dscape>rvagg: btw we did not anticipate the " now anyone with repo access can redeploy without me being involved" benefit
03:16:05  <dscape>ol
03:16:06  <dscape>lol
03:16:07  <dscape>good to hear
03:16:11  <dscape>good point
03:16:56  <rvagg>https://github.com/polyhack/nodejsau & https://github.com/polyhack/polyhackbot are running together, they are to support the Node Australia community and we're pretty open
03:17:28  <rvagg>plus, now I have ender.jit.su hooked up as well I've just emailed the 3 other collaborators who have access to our website repo so they can edit the website without me being involved
03:17:29  <rvagg>double win
03:17:47  <dscape>cool :)
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04:06:27  <doorty>Can you help me with my first deploy: https://gist.github.com/4122949
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04:07:43  <AvianFlu>doorty: try it again now
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04:10:36  <doorty>@AvianFlu trying now.. but without changes?
04:11:01  <jerel>I'm having a tiny bit of trouble with http-proxy. I'm wanting to do a round robin balance regardless of whether the request is http or websockets. It appears to be agnostic when using a simple createServer() but with the balancer logic in the callback it isn't
04:11:30  <AvianFlu>doorty: that's most likely either an out-of-date jitsu dependency on your end or a hiccup in our build server
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04:11:44  <AvianFlu>I cleaned the build server's temp dir just now, so you should try it again to rule that out
04:13:18  <doorty>I see. I'm getting closer: https://gist.github.com/4122949
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04:18:37  <AvianFlu>doorty: give it one more shot, you hit an unlucky app server
04:18:51  <AvianFlu>you're having exceptionally bad luck tonight D:
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04:26:42  <AvianFlu>doorty: take that last line out of the express starter app
04:26:55  <AvianFlu>there was a node API change that that version of express didn't take into account
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04:31:57  <doorty>awesome. it works now.
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06:41:47  <nathan7>deoxxa: I'm free after 12 today
06:41:55  <nathan7>deoxxa: So I can appear in Amsterdam by 13
06:42:04  <nathan7>deoxxa: Got a phone number or anything?
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07:01:29  <InspiredJW>Anyone can help me with SSL?
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07:06:03  <stook>https://gist.github.com/4123510
07:06:11  <InspiredJW>?
07:06:55  <stook>please help with my build error.
07:09:58  <InspiredJW>mmalecki: can you help me with SSL setup?
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07:10:30  <rvagg>stook: your dependency, express-session-mongo is a native add-on that currently doesn't have solaris support, which jitsu runs on
07:10:51  <rvagg>stook: you should perhaps contact the maintainer of that project and get them to address it, it's not very hard
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07:11:06  <stook>rvagg: so i need to use a different version?
07:11:11  <stook>ok
07:11:46  <rvagg>alternatively you could try and use a different dependency for the same purpose
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07:12:46  <ga_>how can I check error produce from my app ? Normally I can see the error in terminal when I develop the app locally. But in jitsu server environment If there is an error with the app I can not know why
07:12:47  <stook>I've tried a few and finally got this one to work. I'll keep trying some others.
07:12:47  <rvagg>stook: it's odd to be so specific in your package.json: https://github.com/davglass/express-session-mongo/blob/master/package.json#L7
07:12:52  <rvagg>stook: worth contacting him
07:13:31  <stook>mmm yeah that's pretty odd.
07:14:01  <rvagg>ga_: `jitsu help logs`, or use the web api, there's a log section there
07:14:41  <rvagg>s/web api/web console/
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07:35:58  <ga_>vagg: this https://www.dropbox.com/s/f0ij0qkpk9s1nzk/Screen%20Shot%202012-11-21%20at%202.35.19%20PM.png ?
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07:39:40  <deoxxa>nathan7: no phone right now, no
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07:40:46  <spey>hi all
07:41:12  <alucardX>morning
07:41:53  <deoxxa>nathan7: i'm in prinsengracht, if that means anything
07:42:05  <spey>can i use node-http-proxy on nodejitsu? i'd like to use proxying http from https (https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy#proxying-to-http-from-https) the reason why i asking is that i know jitsu uses node-http-proxy internally
07:42:30  <deoxxa>spey: that happens already
07:42:56  <spey>great
07:43:05  <spey>deoxxa: and how about the certs?
07:43:41  <deoxxa>already set up, as long as you use a *.jit.su domain
07:43:54  <deoxxa>if you use a custom domain, talk to support and they'll sort you out
07:45:05  <spey>deoxxa: yes i'm using custom domain (and subdomains with different certs)
07:45:30  <deoxxa>in that case, you'll probably want to talk to someone who knows more about it than me
07:46:05  <spey>ok thanks
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08:19:41  <nathan7>deoxxa: mhm
08:19:53  <nathan7>deoxxa: Prinsengracht is still rather long
08:20:21  <nathan7>deoxxa: In three hours I'm free, so I could head to Amsterdam
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08:53:37  <InspiredJW>I have .csr and .key
08:53:41  <InspiredJW>How can I make .pem file?
08:53:49  <InspiredJW>Nodejitsu requires 3 files to apply SSL
08:54:07  <InspiredJW>I have to send them mail with .csr, .pem and .pem files attached
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09:04:44  <InspiredJW>nvm
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09:20:15  <InspiredJW>I sent mail :)
09:22:59  <Raynos>did something just break?
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09:27:16  <Raynos>it was just my code
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10:10:00  <booyaa>actually you broke my iphone
10:10:10  <booyaa>can you please replace it with one of those iphone 5s?
10:10:20  <booyaa>Raynos: ^^
10:10:30  <Raynos>:D
10:11:14  <booyaa>well you gotta try
10:11:16  <booyaa>:D
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10:52:26  <deoxxa>nathan7: hey, just got back from buying replacement clothes (grumble grumble)
10:52:58  <deoxxa>nathan7: so yeah, let's go look at artwork or whatever people do here for fun
10:53:25  <nathan7>deoxxa: certainly
10:53:42  <nathan7>deoxxa: I don't have a lot of accessible money
10:53:51  <deoxxa>welcome to the club, haha
10:53:56  <deoxxa>i need to get to an atm sometime
10:53:57  <nathan7>I ought to move more of my money off PayPal
10:54:05  <nathan7>Amsterdam is full of ATMs
10:54:17  <deoxxa>yeah, but an atm that accepts australian bank cards
10:54:28  <nathan7>They all should I figure
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10:54:51  <deoxxa>oh, neat
10:55:05  <deoxxa>so while i was buying a jumper, i remembered that my favourite jacket was in the bag that disappeared
10:55:09  <deoxxa>i'm really unhappy about that
10:55:12  <deoxxa>that jacket was amazing
10:55:22  <nathan7>aw
10:56:14  * nathan7is wearing his favourite piece of clothing
10:56:26  <nathan7>this hoodie has travelled the world and things
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10:59:09  <mikael_>Hi, is there option to get nodejitsu plan for hightraffic site? We would need to pass 20-100TB of JSON out and serve constant stream of 4-20k requests / second...
10:59:52  <mikael_>TB/month I meant
11:00:00  <`3rdEden>mikael_: we have an unlimited plan that allows you to spin up as many drones as you need
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11:00:27  <`3rdEden>So you could just give your apps like 20 drones or so
11:06:08  <mikael_>yes, but I think there was 1 TB / month limit. Is there any pricing information for higher data rates?
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11:10:48  <`3rdEden>mikael_: I'm not sure, I would suggest sending an e-mail to support@nodejitsu.com they will probably be able to give you an exact answer
11:14:37  <mikael_>will do that, thanks
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11:18:08  <InspiredJW>mikael_: r u mikeal rogers?
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11:23:40  <mikael_>no
11:23:44  <mikael_>mikael lepistö
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11:34:03  <nathan7>deoxxa: where you're staying is not very far from the old location of the Amsterdam hackerspace q=
11:40:05  <tokx>hi anyone for a beta testing on my game (multiplayer)? http://t0kx.tankwar.jit.su/
11:41:57  <tokx>( firefox only :s )
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11:43:49  <mmalecki>somebody pinged me?
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11:46:16  <tokx>mmalecki : not me, wanna help me on testing my game?
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11:47:31  <deoxxa>mmalecki: PING PING PING YOU IDIOT
11:47:37  <deoxxa>i didn't ping you, but i want to now
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11:51:22  <mmalecki>deoxxa: lol
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11:51:35  <mmalecki>tokx: no, a bit too busy for that, sorry
11:51:59  <deoxxa>as if
11:52:14  <deoxxa>mmalecki is totally just sitting around eating chocolate and watching bad youtube videos
11:52:24  <mmalecki>yup, ^
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11:52:40  <tokx>^^ as most of us here
11:52:53  <deoxxa>i have a chocolate orange :3
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12:00:34  <spey>hi
12:00:48  <tokx>hoy
12:02:15  <spey>if i have two apps (separated), jitsu should be able to deploy them without problems but what i'd like to share models for example between them and i store those models one level up in a shared folder
12:02:50  <spey>how can i package those models as well?
12:05:08  <spey>so the structure looks like this for example: https://gist.github.com/4124555 then how can i deploy both app1 and app2 with the models as well
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12:08:11  <yawnt>spey: you can't
12:08:51  <spey>yawnt: i'm affraid that :) any suggestions or best practices to share models/libs ?
12:08:57  <nathan7>Turn them into a module
12:09:07  <nathan7>Share the module across them
12:10:03  <spey>nathan7 but in that case i still need to create npm link for them ?
12:10:21  <nathan7>spey: Or use bundledDependencies
12:13:32  <spey>nathan7: my problem is the path, so if i turn them into modules i think i need to create a link for them (then yes i can use bundledDependencies to make sure jistu will deploy them)
12:13:49  <nathan7>ln -s
12:13:51  <nathan7>or npm link
12:13:54  <spey>i'm windows, hope npm link will work
12:14:29  <nathan7>oi
12:14:30  <spey>btw thanks for the suggestions, i will take a look into it
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13:43:51  <xexamedes>Hi there. I'm having enormous problems getting what I'm actually logging to stick
13:44:32  <xexamedes>I had logging for an hour or so this morning and apparently I've done something so that I only ever get back those first logs
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13:44:56  <xexamedes>Regardless of whether I do jitsu logs or try to sit and wait at the web interface.
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13:46:21  <yawnt>xexamedes: we're moving away from loggly because it's become more and more unreliable
13:46:45  <yawnt>in the meanwhile, you could use https://github.com/flatiron/winston :)
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13:49:31  <xexamedes>OK, +yawnt, I hear you
13:49:42  <xexamedes>Is there any way to use remote debugging?
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13:49:57  <yawnt>xexamedes: debugging it's best if done locally
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13:50:43  <xexamedes>I agree, but I'm testing Google OAuth2 dancing
13:50:56  <xexamedes>So I need to include my url as a callback.
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13:51:12  <yawnt>xexamedes: you can set an alias in hosts
13:51:20  <yawnt>so that you can check oauth2 locally :)
13:53:31  <xexamedes>Hmm, I'm not sure I follow you. The remote ticket server need an actual url to call back to, and I can't change Googl'es hostsfiles :)
13:53:46  <yawnt>xexamedes: i mean, oauth2 needs a callback to your website
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13:53:52  <yawnt>like 'http://mysite.com/callback'
13:53:53  <yawnt>right?
13:53:57  <xexamedes>Or, sure of course. I can change the url to go back to my own dev machine
13:54:06  <xexamedes>Yes
13:54:07  <yawnt>no need to
13:54:12  <yawnt>in every OS there's a file
13:54:32  <yawnt>what os are you using?
13:54:32  <xexamedes>But I was just wondering if it wa at all possible (now that I can't get any logging out of my instance) to at least do remote debugging
13:55:06  <yawnt>anyway there's a file called hosts which maps hostnames to IPs
13:55:29  <yawnt>you can add 'mysite.com localhost'
13:55:45  <yawnt>and when your browser gets a redirect to mysite.com goes to localhost (like it happens in the oauth2 flow)
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13:56:34  <xexamedes>I'm using three-legged OAuth2, so I begin by redirecting the user from my site to Gogole site, and in the url is encoded the url that Google will call back when the user has been authorized by them. I need to provide that, and whether I change my own hostfile to map another IP to your servers will mean little to Google who have the servers that are doing the resolving
13:57:06  <xexamedes>Or at least, that's what I thought
13:57:10  <yawnt>xexamedes: google just redirects to mysite.com
13:57:14  <yawnt>it's your pc that does the resolution
13:57:38  <xexamedes>.. ahaaaaa
13:57:50  <xexamedes>You're right of course :) Thansk
13:57:54  <xexamedes>thanks
13:57:56  <yawnt>no problem :)
13:58:06  <yawnt>i had the same issue with twitter's API, that's why i remember :P
13:58:25  <xexamedes>But back to my actual question, if by any remote chance I would need to do it - is it at all possible to do remote debugging to a jit.su instance?
13:58:38  <yawnt>what do you mean with remote debugging exactly?
13:59:52  <xexamedes>To let for example my webstorm IDE connect to a remote node.js instance, like http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/webhelp/running-and-debugging-node-js.html#procedure%0A____________node.js_remote_debugto_create_a_node.js_remote_debug_configurationcreating_a_node.js_remote_debug_configuration.aswritten
13:59:58  <xexamedes>Sorry for the url
14:00:28  <yawnt>no, i don't think so
14:00:29  <xexamedes>I'd like to start the process with --debug and maybe expose ports for an IDE to connect back to
14:00:32  <xexamedes>OK, NP
14:00:51  <xexamedes>I couldn't find anything when googling on it, so I thought I should ask
14:01:17  <yawnt>:)
14:01:17  <xexamedes>When do you think you'll have a better/working logging?
14:01:29  <yawnt>we're working on it, but i have no definitive date yet
14:01:36  <xexamedes>OK, I hear you.
14:01:54  <xexamedes>Well, I'll see what I can do and get back if I stub another toe. Thx for thehelp!
14:02:01  <yawnt>you're welcome!
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14:17:33  <JoeLongstreet>i'm getting an error when deploying an application - "Error: Error spawning drone"
14:17:46  <JoeLongstreet>i have a paid subscription and the app is currently running on one of my drones
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14:39:50  <JoeLongstreet>in reference to my previous question, I was able to delete the application and create a new one. seemed to work fine...
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15:04:25  <jerel>I have a question about load balancing with http-proxy. I'm trying to round robin both http requests and websockets. Here's the explanation in code: http://pastie.org/private/o5byvomnusedvrv328z9dg
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15:13:57  <jerel>tldr: I can't find a way to send both http and websocket requests to the same worker pool from one proxy server
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16:20:42  <konklone>Hi
16:20:52  <konklone>How normal is it to have deploy timeouts?
16:20:56  <konklone>I had one just a few minutes ago
16:21:03  <konklone>running jitsu deploy again worked fine
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16:32:08  <threezero>why hello, does jitsu happen to read .gitignore to determine what it shouldn't upload / is there a reason why it might omit a whole folder for some other reason?
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16:33:05  <threezero>I have production-only assets that are generated as a deployable kind of thing, and my server switches to use that directory based on the value of NODE_ENV
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16:33:18  <threezero>it's in .gitignore because I don't want it in my repository
16:34:38  <konklone>threezero: yes, it does, but you can tell it not to use .gitignore by creating an .npmignore file
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16:34:55  <konklone>https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook#how-do-i-specify-which-files-not-to-bundle-how-do-i-know-what-files-are-getting-bundled
16:35:11  <threezero>that is some anchor
16:35:11  <konklone>I'm not a nodejitsu employee, I just had the exact same problem on Monday and had to figure it out
16:35:18  <threezero>yeah, I understand
16:35:21  <threezero>thanks for your help
16:35:41  <nathan7>Yeah, this is npm's ignore stuff
16:35:45  <nathan7>jitsu just uses npm pack
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16:36:46  <konklone>what I did was just touching a 0-byte .npmignore file
16:36:54  <konklone>then jitsu packs every file in the folder
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16:48:26  <threezero>alright, I think that one's solved - thanks
16:48:43  <threezero>HOWEVER, while it was working perfectly well before with the old assets and in dev mode
16:48:52  <threezero>it's now claiming starting the app failed
16:49:05  <threezero>https://gist.github.com/e3f9b408cba7b0067245
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16:54:46  <threezero>any ideas, anyone?
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16:56:54  <konklone>threezero: try it again
16:56:58  <konklone>it's happened to me too
16:57:02  <konklone>sometimes nodejitsu's deploy process stalls
16:57:15  <konklone>I asked about the same thing when I joined the room earlier this morning, got no response
16:57:38  <threezero>I did, the socket hung up
16:57:44  <threezero>v0v
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17:00:28  <threezero>I don't mean to start a ruckus or anything but there has to be a medium of support other than email or hoping someone happens to actually care about your application on IRC
17:00:34  <threezero>oh
17:00:37  <threezero>it just started
17:00:41  <threezero>YOU GUIYZ ARE SO LUCKY
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17:01:18  <threezero>still, some dedicated kind of support system would be nice
17:01:25  <threezero>even if it's just some dumb bot that puts people in a queue
17:02:03  <threezero>especially if like 99.987% of deployments just fail like that
17:02:18  <threezero>it could be my connection, so we can reduce that statistic a bit
17:02:25  <mmalecki>threezero: I'm currently seeing around 90 % of success rate
17:02:33  <AvianFlu>threezero: what are you seeing
17:02:41  <mmalecki>also, sorry for having you wait, we only have few people on support
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17:03:16  <threezero>no problem (as it's now working)
17:03:24  <threezero>I just saw uh
17:04:08  <threezero>socket hangups, and the other times it didn't tell me anything other than "Error spawning drone"
17:04:14  <threezero>I got a Rackspace 404 one time
17:05:11  <threezero>and jitsu never has any logs for me though I assume that's my fault as I'm just logging out to the console
17:07:38  <AvianFlu>no, that's loggly's fault
17:07:44  <AvianFlu>they like to silently throttle our data
17:07:51  <AvianFlu>when we're well short of our quota
17:07:58  <AvianFlu>we're replacing them, but that won't help you this afternoon
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17:08:53  <threezero>well it'd be a cool feature if it worked
17:09:05  <threezero>I've seen it working when a friend showed me the control panel
17:09:20  <threezero>so, yeah, good stuff
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17:09:54  <tamsler>I am getting the following error when deploying my app: https://gist.github.com/4126103
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17:10:48  <AvianFlu>tamsler: use a more recent node_redis
17:10:58  <AvianFlu>the hiredis parser won't link properly on SmartOS, at all
17:11:52  <tamsler>also it looks like hiredis not not supported right?
17:12:07  <AvianFlu>right
17:12:17  <tamsler>will that be possible in the future ?
17:12:18  <AvianFlu>use the more recent versions with the js parser
17:12:21  <AvianFlu>nope
17:12:28  <tamsler>ok
17:12:28  <AvianFlu>it won't compile/link properly on SmartOS
17:15:08  <tamsler>w.r.t. node_redis, I am using the latest version 0.8.2
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17:15:58  <AvianFlu>check your deps
17:16:02  <AvianFlu>see if socket.io or something is older
17:16:14  <AvianFlu>it wouldn't try to compile hiredis from 0.8.2, it's been removed
17:16:17  <nathan7>Hi AvianFlu
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17:17:39  <tamsler>after removing hiredis, it starts now. Thank you.
17:17:49  <konklone>mmalecki, AvianFlu: is 90% deploy success rate okay? what are the underlying issues behind that? I too get failed deploys sometimes, it's a little jarring
17:18:17  <mmalecki>that 10 % includes deploys failing from user's fault
17:18:28  <mmalecki>so, across the cloud, it's pretty damn great
17:18:55  <AvianFlu>nathan7: sup
17:19:05  <nathan7>not much
17:19:12  <nathan7>my legs are dead
17:19:34  <nathan7>spent all afternoon walking around Amsterdam with deoxxa
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17:20:51  <AvianFlu>ohnice, lol
17:21:45  <konklone>mmalecki: do you track deploys that fail for unknown server-side reasons? I have had several of those over the last few days, fixed by just running jitsu deploy again
17:22:24  <konklone>it is not a deeply angering thing or anything, but it gives the impression to customers of a set of servers that is overstretched
17:22:54  <AvianFlu>konklone: the problem with running code from random strangers
17:22:59  <AvianFlu>is that some of them don't behave
17:23:12  <AvianFlu>so every now and then there are servers that need a cleaning, so to speak
17:23:19  <AvianFlu>we've got some things we're rolling out to better automate this
17:23:21  <AvianFlu>but there are hiccups
17:23:39  <konklone>*nods*
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17:24:01  <konklone>that is all understandable - maybe the best thing you could do is have a friendlier, more specific error message for it
17:24:15  <AvianFlu>yeah, that's definitely a good idea
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17:26:00  <joshL>when business plans roll out, will there be a single drone option?
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17:27:12  <AvianFlu>joshL: yeah, the idea is you'll also be able to scale the drone size, as well as just running more than one
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17:28:53  <joshL>hmmm, so i take it that the drone size is fixed in the individual plans?
17:29:20  <AvianFlu>yeah
17:29:36  <AvianFlu>we've got a public cloud full of 256MB SmartOS zones at the moment for the individual plans
17:31:31  <joshL>oh i see, thanks for the info and for making a great product focused on the node community
17:32:05  <AvianFlu>no problem!
17:32:13  <AvianFlu>there's usually someone here if you've got any questions or issues
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17:35:35  <konklone>AvianFlu - what happens if I switch to the Automatic drone plan? How do they get provisioned?
17:35:51  <AvianFlu>there isn't an automatic plan right now - it's just unlimited
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17:35:54  <AvianFlu>you set the number yourself
17:36:27  <konklone>Oh - the "Large" plan says "Automatic" under it, so I assumed it auto-scaled for you http://nodejitsu.com/paas/pricing.html
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17:37:08  <AvianFlu>the billing is automatic
17:37:10  <AvianFlu>based on drone hours
17:37:17  <AvianFlu>that's terribly unclear, and I'll be changing that soon
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17:37:38  <AvianFlu>the business plans will have auto-scaling - the individual plans, at least for now, will not
17:37:49  <konklone>got it
17:38:27  <konklone>on that note - I'd like to express my interest in guinea pigging the business plans, if you're interested in that
17:39:03  <konklone>I have about ~170-190 concurrent users on my site (isitchristmas.com) right now, I figured out how to look at the real-time #'s
17:39:14  <AvianFlu>konklone: oh yeah, that's right, I talked to you last week
17:39:21  <AvianFlu>ETOOMANYIRCNAMES
17:39:24  <konklone>=)
17:39:35  <konklone>yeah, you had asked me about concurrent usage
17:39:37  <AvianFlu>we'll definitely keep you in mind for that
17:39:42  <konklone>I'm getting ~60K visits a day right now
17:39:48  <AvianFlu>but yeah, that should be well short of what makes one drone fall over, I'd think
17:39:50  <konklone>which is translating to ~170-190 concurrent
17:40:06  <AvianFlu>the number of concurrent mice in the browser, though, was an open question
17:40:12  <konklone>yeah but I am expecting 2-300K visits a day on Xmas, if I did nothing fun or exciting
17:40:19  <AvianFlu>yeah, definitely
17:40:24  <konklone>which sounds like it might be ~1000 current
17:40:25  <konklone>*concurrent
17:40:28  <AvianFlu>yeah
17:40:34  <konklone>and then since I will be trying something fun, could get quite a bit higher
17:40:38  <AvianFlu>I'd want to throw at least 4 drones at that for safety, and probably more
17:40:48  <AvianFlu>I'll see what we can try out for you by then
17:41:15  <konklone>I have all the socket.io events flowing through Redis now, through RedisToGo...
17:41:19  <konklone>on a free instance, I guess
17:41:32  <konklone>sounds like I might want to, at least temporarily, do a paid month of service with them and have a good instance
17:41:55  <nathan7>konklone: err
17:42:03  <nathan7>konklone: I'm fairly certain it'll never say yes
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17:42:19  <konklone>nathan7: oh? :)
17:42:28  <nathan7>oh wait
17:42:31  <nathan7>nevermind
17:42:32  <konklone>I'm something of a christmas determination professional at this point
17:42:35  <konklone>yeah - months are 0 indexed
17:42:38  <konklone>and days are 1 indexed
17:42:40  <nathan7>I misread your code, I thought you were comparing the object
17:42:41  <konklone>was that what you were looking at? :)
17:42:49  <nathan7> var isChristmas = (now.getMonth() == christmas.month && now.getDate() == christmas.date);
17:42:59  <nathan7>getDate is confusingly named
17:43:03  <konklone>yes it is
17:43:10  <konklone>JS date stuff...is stupid
17:44:04  <konklone>that's actually still my old PHP/Apache/MySQL app, I'm about to switch it over to Nodejitsu today
17:44:08  <konklone>I have a new version of it running at http://staging.isitchristmas.com/
17:44:17  <konklone>which is streaming mouse data
17:44:23  <konklone>I'll switch that to the production URL later on today
17:44:47  <konklone>I think what I may do is have the live site stream the mouse data with no visible artifacts, just to start stress testing everything
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17:45:54  <konklone>so I'll actually have two Node apps on Nodejitsu
17:46:03  <konklone>one that just does the sockets/streaming stuff, with a Redis store
17:46:19  <konklone>and then the main website, that uses a Mongo store to do geolocation by IP->country code
17:46:27  <konklone>which is what the staging site is doing right now, and well
17:46:54  <konklone>you can override the IP address in the query string to see the effect http://staging.isitchristmas.com/?ip=193.51.208.14
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17:48:22  <konklone>anyway - let me know if you need any business plan guinea pigs, AvianFlu, I'm happy to pay a higher rate for December
17:48:28  <konklone>thanks
17:48:34  <AvianFlu>konklone: will do
17:48:35  <konklone>for the help
17:48:49  <konklone>and I'll let you know what the invisible stress tests look like leading up to it
17:49:12  <jerel>does anyone have an idea on round robin balancing both http and websockets with the same proxy? http://pastie.org/private/o5byvomnusedvrv328z9dg
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17:51:41  <mmalecki>jerel: you need sticky sessions
17:51:55  <mmalecki>indutny has a module for that
17:53:17  <konklone>mmalecki: is there an easy way to deploy the same code to multiple "apps" on nodejitsu? like if I want a staging and production instance of the same codebase
17:53:28  <konklone>I know I can set the NODE_ENV pretty easy through the command line per-app
17:53:43  <konklone>but I am wondering if I need to like, edit package.json and rename the app each time I want to deploy to a different environment
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17:53:50  <mmalecki>you can script it
17:54:08  <mmalecki>but no easier solution because of so many usecases
17:55:53  <konklone>*nods* okay, 'swhat I figured
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17:59:59  <jerel>mmalecki: hmm... I'm using SockJS instead of socket.io and it doesn't care which worker it hits. I'm just not able to make createServer proxy both protocols. Or am I missing your point?
18:00:47  <mmalecki>jerel: I think you need proxyWebSocket or something too
18:01:03  <mmalecki>see lib/node-http-proxy/http-proxy.js
18:01:06  <mmalecki>(or something)
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18:01:40  <mmalecki>here https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy/blob/master/lib/node-http-proxy/http-proxy.js#L387
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18:01:44  <mmalecki>also, gtg
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19:01:06  <birdbones>Nice write-up on the flatiron stuff.
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19:18:56  <konklone>fyi, I have isitchristmas.com streaming mouse events through my drone, but there's no visible feedback to encourage mouse movement so it's basically just stray mouse motion
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19:42:31  <nathan7>Sudden realisation: the Plates source is 666 lines
19:43:18  <AvianFlu>OH GOD ADD ONE ADD ONE QUICK MAKE A PR
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19:44:16  <blakmatrix>lol
19:45:53  <nathan7>this brought to you by the vim "just inserted x lines" message
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19:48:32  <jesusabdullah>tmpvar: show that to nathan7
19:48:41  <jesusabdullah>nathan7: http://tmpvar.com/tmp/modeler/
19:49:17  <jesusabdullah>tmpvar: open sauce?
19:49:19  <tmpvar>its _very_ rough, just thought i'd play around with it
19:49:41  <tmpvar>jesusabdullah, sure.. i mean it's just a hack atm
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19:49:54  <tmpvar>public domain for the moment lol
19:50:09  <jesusabdullah>hah
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19:50:14  <jesusabdullah>make it less of a hack >:)
19:50:23  <jesusabdullah>cause that's friggin' sweet
19:50:45  <tmpvar>can do, thinking about how i would actually model things this way
19:50:56  <jesusabdullah>have you fucked with openscad at all?
19:50:57  <tmpvar>deciding if its a good direction, heh
19:51:01  <tmpvar>a small amount
19:51:01  <jesusabdullah>openscad is a lot like this
19:51:15  <nathan7>tmpvar: cool
19:51:17  <tmpvar>this is based on what i saw with my minimal toying with openscad
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19:51:26  <nathan7>Have you played with OpenJSCAD?
19:51:31  <jesusabdullah>I have not
19:51:32  <nathan7>Have you played with ImplicitCAD?
19:51:43  <nathan7>I really ought to talk to colah about connectors
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19:51:51  <tmpvar>nathan7, i found it after i was hacking on this
19:51:59  <jesusabdullah>I should hack in mirroring for piston
19:52:03  <jesusabdullah>think I'll do that today
19:52:03  <nathan7>yes
19:52:06  <nathan7>we discussed that
19:52:10  <jesusabdullah>yes we did
19:52:13  <jesusabdullah>XD
19:52:16  <jesusabdullah>I've been busy :(
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19:52:22  <tmpvar>mirroring for piston?
19:52:24  <jesusabdullah>but I hvae the time today so I should make it happen
19:52:33  <nathan7>also, whoo, I got train tickets for 29C3
19:52:34  <jesusabdullah>tmpvar: an http git server
19:52:39  <tmpvar>ah
19:52:42  <jesusabdullah>tmpvar: uses pushover
19:52:42  <tmpvar>cool
19:52:50  <jesusabdullah>yeah, kinda :)
19:52:57  <tmpvar>implicitcad looks fun
19:53:06  <jesusabdullah>been thinking about pairing it with gitolite
19:53:12  <nathan7>ImplicitCAD is really cool
19:53:24  <jesusabdullah>and adding a tool for synchronizing ACLs between them
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19:54:14  <nathan7>hmm
19:54:17  <waylonflinn>I'm having a problem with a database I just created on my account.
19:54:34  <waylonflinn>Redis
19:54:56  <jesusabdullah>what kind of problem, waylonflinn ?
19:55:10  <nathan7>jesusabdullah: I think we should just ignore SSH for now
19:55:12  <waylonflinn>I'm using what I guess is the Iris Couch Redis hosting and the password contains a ':'
19:55:29  <waylonflinn>this screws up both of my admin tools
19:55:39  <nathan7>iris couch does redis?
19:55:48  <waylonflinn>i know rite
19:55:52  <jesusabdullah>nathan7: yeah, it's not really worth doing until the https ACL stuff is nailed down
19:56:06  <jesusabdullah>nathan7: yeah, relatively new :)
19:56:21  <jesusabdullah>waylonflinn: interesting
19:56:34  <waylonflinn>How can I get that password changed?
19:56:44  <jesusabdullah>hmmm
19:56:53  <waylonflinn>It's essentially the hostname + ":" + hash
19:56:53  <nathan7>https://npmjs.org/package/iris-redis?
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19:57:03  <jesusabdullah>the easiest way would be to requisition a new one, if our system is generating a : in the pass
19:57:46  <waylonflinn>I get the same result
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19:58:35  <jesusabdullah>can you show me, like, a obfuscated version of it waylonflinn so I can see what you're talking about more betters?
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19:59:23  <jesusabdullah>waylonflinn: A lot of times : separates usernames and passwords, but I know that redis doesn't have users
19:59:34  <waylonflinn>nodejitsudb9330525486.redis.irstack.com:e337cfe970c972946f80b8e975faecb2
19:59:57  <waylonflinn>I've tested it using redis-cli and that is indeed the password
19:59:59  <jesusabdullah>okay, so
20:00:17  <jesusabdullah>that's the entire password? Cause it LOOKS like it's a uri, a colon, and then your password
20:00:20  <jesusabdullah>to me
20:00:41  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: do you know more about this than me? ^^
20:00:53  <waylonflinn>It looked that way to me too, and it confused the hell out of me
20:01:07  <waylonflinn>the password should be just the hash on the end
20:01:09  <waylonflinn>but it isn't
20:01:11  <blakmatrix>what you posted doesnt look like anythign to me
20:01:24  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: I'm stepping out, see if you can sort this out
20:02:34  <waylonflinn>So, at least we agree their shouldn't be a f*ing colon in the password
20:02:41  <nathan7>jesusabdullah: go work on piston
20:02:45  <jesusabdullah>I WILL
20:02:50  <nathan7>Iris Couch requires an AUTH command in the format your_hostname.redis.irstack.com:your_password. To save you some trouble, the iris-redis package prepends the hostname in its .auth() wrapper.
20:03:15  <waylonflinn>I've been using Redis with a password for a few months now
20:03:21  <waylonflinn>I've got that part down
20:03:42  <waylonflinn>It works with redis-cli
20:03:51  <waylonflinn>using the password I supplied
20:04:12  <waylonflinn>It doesn't work in my admin tool because there's a colon that screws it up
20:04:43  <waylonflinn>the actual connection string provided on the nodejitsu website looks like this:
20:05:10  <waylonflinn>redis://nodejitsu:nodejitsudb9330525486.redis.irstack.com:f357cfe970b971946e80b8e875fbebb4@nodejitsudb9330525486.redis.irstack.com:6379
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20:05:33  <waylonflinn>The initial nodejitsu is entirely optional
20:05:45  <waylonflinn>Redis just ignores it
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20:06:35  <waylonflinn>as you can see the password is composed of the hostname concatenated with a hash
20:06:45  <waylonflinn>the password would be much better if it were just the hash
20:06:59  <waylonflinn>I want to change the password
20:07:18  <waylonflinn>the config command has been disabled, or I would just do this myself
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20:08:04  <nathan7>waylonflinn: it's for their internal proxying magic
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20:09:03  <waylonflinn>it's broke. who puts a colon in a password?
20:09:19  <waylonflinn>everyone knows that colons are delimiters in redis connection strings
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20:09:35  <waylonflinn>connection strings in general usually
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20:12:08  <waylonflinn>I mean everyone in this channel thought I was typing it wrong because it's so screwed up
20:13:07  <jesusabdullah>JasonSmith: you around? this guy thinks iris's redis passes have a promblem
20:13:36  <jesusabdullah>waylonflinn: what tools are you using for this?
20:13:43  <waylonflinn>which part?
20:13:53  <jesusabdullah>the tools you said break on these passwords
20:13:54  <waylonflinn>The redis admin tools?
20:13:56  <jesusabdullah>yes
20:14:11  <waylonflinn>I'm trying two hosted admin tools
20:14:17  <jesusabdullah>which ones?
20:14:18  <waylonflinn>redsmin.com
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20:14:31  <waylonflinn>and reddi.sh
20:14:36  <jesusabdullah>I see
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20:14:44  <waylonflinn>do you have some recommendations that might work?
20:14:58  <jesusabdullah>yeah, get ahold of the tool authors and tell them their tools break on legit passwords
20:15:03  <waylonflinn>lol
20:15:04  <waylonflinn>cop out
20:15:10  <jesusabdullah>no, not a cop-out
20:15:14  <waylonflinn>who puts colons in passwords
20:15:22  <jesusabdullah>iris does, obviously
20:15:29  <waylonflinn>fail, bro
20:15:47  <jesusabdullah>and redsmin.com and reddi.sh should be able to handle any legit redis password. The fact that they can't makes THEM the ones with the bug
20:16:09  <jesusabdullah>AS YOU SAW we took your complaints seriously. I even pinged their head sysadmin/developer
20:16:22  <jesusabdullah>but in the end they're the ones with the broken tools, not iris
20:16:43  <waylonflinn>I appreciate you trying to address the issue
20:16:50  <jesusabdullah>and even with "who puts colons in passwords" they should want to know about it
20:16:58  <waylonflinn>and I will certainly file a bug with both tools
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20:17:20  <jesusabdullah>fantastic
20:17:51  <waylonflinn>but seriously, you can be dismissive of my opinion if you like, but you yourself thought I was mistaken about the password. I think that says something
20:18:30  <waylonflinn>Can you recommend another Redis hosting service?
20:18:48  <jesusabdullah>redistogo?
20:19:20  <waylonflinn>okay, I noticed that it was sort of being deprecated in the nodejitsu online database creation interface
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20:20:09  <jesusabdullah>that's just because we went with iris instead
20:20:16  <jesusabdullah>not because redistogo was inherently bad
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20:22:59  <waylonflinn>This text appears in red right above the disabled button to create one of their databases: "RedisToGo support has been disabled until their service returns fully operational"
20:23:55  <jesusabdullah>we had minor issues with their api
20:23:59  <jesusabdullah>the DBs themselves were just fine
20:24:04  <waylonflinn>I don't really have time for this. Try to get that password thing sorted out with IrisCouch. I'm really tempted to just get aother hosting solution at this point.
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20:24:27  <jesusabdullah>He's gone! WOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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20:38:55  <nathan7>joshontheweb: hmm
20:38:59  <nathan7>jesusabdullah*
20:39:03  <nathan7>jesusabdullah: how's piston?
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20:41:57  <jesusabdullah>nathan7: getting there XD I think I have repos.mirror implemented, doing syncMirror now
20:42:07  <jesusabdullah>nathan7: thinking I'm-a write tests while I'm in here
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20:43:26  <nathan7>jesusabdullah: awesome
20:44:12  <tmpvar>jesusabdullah, are you still in sf or did you head to alaska already?
20:44:30  <jesusabdullah>tmpvar: I'm in Alaska right now
20:44:42  <jesusabdullah>tmpvar: swinging back through SF for a few days though at the end of the month
20:44:50  <jesusabdullah>(SPEAKING OF anyone wanna let me crash on their couch?)
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20:45:11  <tmpvar>jesusabdullah, ah, I'll be there dec 8-9
20:45:12  <blakmatrix>if your in SEATTLE sure :P
20:45:26  <jesusabdullah>nice tmpvar
20:45:48  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: duly noted ;)
20:45:49  <tmpvar>was hoping you'd be around, but nooooo
20:45:53  <jesusabdullah>yeah well
20:45:55  <jesusabdullah>IT IS WHAT IT IS
20:46:12  <tmpvar>lol
20:48:31  <st_luke>defunctzombie: people have written bots that connect various bc exchanges, yes?
20:48:41  <defunctzombie>yes
20:49:09  <defunctzombie>st_luke: https://github.com/bitfloor/trader.nodejs
20:49:14  <defunctzombie>that is one I did a while back
20:49:25  <defunctzombie>and there is a 'bitfloor' npm module which someone else wrote
20:49:35  <defunctzombie>I think there is also a mtgox module
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20:50:19  <zeuslalkaka>I was just wondering if anyone has found a way of implementing socket.io with flatiron?
20:50:22  <st_luke>interesting
20:50:34  <st_luke>I wonder if there's any money to be made via automated trading on that
20:50:41  <st_luke>a bunch of people are probably already doing it
20:51:20  <defunctzombie>yes
20:51:40  <nathan7>Plenty of people are trading BTC
20:52:51  <nathan7>zeuslalkaka: https://github.com/flatiron/flatiron/tree/379c5d88931b7f5925ee58df82a9d9ee233f8c4a/examples/socket.io
20:53:39  <nathan7>Someone ought to make an actual plugin for it
20:53:51  <zeuslalkaka>That and also socketstream
20:54:00  <zeuslalkaka>i have a hacked version of socketstream that works with flatiron
21:00:30  <jesusabdullah>zeuslalkaka: you can mount socket.io on app.server
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22:43:42  <ArxPoetica1>how do i overwrite a snapshot?
22:43:55  <ArxPoetica1>I deleted it in the app, but it still wants to increment
22:44:12  <ArxPoetica1>to 0.0.6-7
22:44:26  <ArxPoetica1>but supposedly 0.0.6-6 doesn't exist
22:44:58  <ArxPoetica1>jitsu snapshots list shows 0.0.6-5 as that latest (and active)
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22:57:33  <sandfox>Hey nodejitsu ppl
22:58:18  <jesusabdullah>sup
22:59:09  <sandfox>quick question about haiku,
22:59:21  <jesusabdullah>haiku?
22:59:22  <sandfox>is all of this stuff meant to still be in docs? https://github.com/nodejitsu/haibu/tree/master/docs/haibu
22:59:31  <sandfox>haha, autoc-orrect
22:59:55  <jesusabdullah>sandfox: you mean, are those docs still relevant?
23:00:02  <sandfox>yeah
23:00:11  <sandfox>I'm guessing you took balancer out for sure
23:00:14  <jesusabdullah>sandfox: I don't know if the docco docs have been built recently, but if not you should still be able to generate them
23:00:19  <jesusabdullah>sandfox: yes, no more balancer
23:00:42  <sandfox>did that git binned or moved into nodejitsu internal stuff?
23:00:56  <sandfox>get even
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23:01:26  <John___>anybody here who can help please? i'm having issues with jitsu deploy...
23:02:15  <Arxie>jesusabdullah — is there a way to overwrite a snapshot on deploy?
23:02:27  <Arxie>jitsu deploy -r ??
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23:05:09  <Arxie>the auto-increment is really, really annoying
23:05:24  <Arxie>I mean, as the only option
23:05:41  <sandfox>could you delete an old deploy?
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23:06:11  <Arxie>I have, but the new deploy stays at the same number
23:06:19  <Arxie>and if a deploy fails, and you want to try again — NOPE
23:06:25  <Arxie>it has to update it another notch
23:07:01  <sandfox>how about, go back to previous deploy (X-1), delete X and then push again with version number X
23:07:15  <sandfox>this is untested and just theory
23:08:13  <jesusabdullah>Arxie: unaware of a good solution at this time
23:08:39  <sandfox>Arxie: why are your deploys failing?
23:09:12  <Arxie>a yeah
23:09:19  <Arxie>i meant ha
23:09:35  <Arxie>yeah, my deploys are failing because i have bad code :P
23:09:56  <Arxie>(working through it — I'm getting good error returns, so I have an idea of what's wrong)
23:10:15  <Arxie>I think it has to do w/ my .npmignore file, actually
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23:12:00  <Arxie>ok thx jesusabdullah — at least it gives me context
23:12:08  <Arxie>I'll just harass you guys in the meantime :P
23:12:58  <jfranusic>argh, I'm having all sorts of trouble installing jitsu
23:12:59  <jfranusic>http://pastebin.com/ChBraXRf
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23:13:23  <sberryman>anyone around?
23:13:24  <jfranusic>I think my first problem was an old version of node, so I upgraded, but I have no idea what to do about this issue
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23:22:12  <blakmatrix>yo yo we were in a meeting sry
23:22:48  <blakmatrix>jfranusic: do a `npm cache clear`
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23:23:26  <jfranusic>oaky
23:23:34  <jfranusic>(I needed sudo npm cache clear)
23:23:47  <jfranusic>and ... that worked. you are a god among men blakmatrix
23:24:55  <blakmatrix>:)
23:25:21  <Arxie>npm cache clear…that's a new one
23:25:44  <jfranusic>okay, what do I add to my path so I don't need to use the full path to jitsu?
23:25:51  <jfranusic>I remember seeing something, and then ignoring it
23:27:27  <blakmatrix>ummm
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23:27:45  <blakmatrix>what do you mean it isn't workign correctly?
23:30:52  <jfranusic>$ jitsu
23:30:52  <jfranusic>-bash: jitsu: command not found
23:31:31  <sandfox>sudo npm install -g jitsu ?
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23:32:04  <sandfox>that does a global install which normally places it on your path
23:32:58  <jfranusic>yeah, I did that
23:39:07  <sandfox>hmm, what platform are you on?
23:39:29  <sandfox>and what happens if you type "which jitsu"
23:39:32  <Arxie>"Script took too long to listen on a socket" :(
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23:55:28  <blakmatrix>jfranusic: what os are you on
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