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02:05:45  <InspiredJW>are you guys using stud for TLS/SSL support?
02:06:13  <coderarity>if and when it happens, that's the plan
02:07:24  <coderarity>InspiredJW: oh, for SSL, I read TLS as "TCP"
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02:07:55  <InspiredJW>?
02:08:00  <coderarity>InspiredJW: anyways, we're using node-http-proxy, which uses SNI, see https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy
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02:08:35  <coderarity>InspiredJW: just ignore that first part, I got confused :P
02:09:19  <InspiredJW>Users whose browsers do not support SNI will be presented with a default certificate and hence are likely to receive certificate warnings. As of November 2012, the only major user base whose browsers do not support SNI appear to be users of Internet Explorer 8 or below on Windows XP.
02:09:23  <InspiredJW>from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Name_Indication
02:09:27  <InspiredJW>:(
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02:11:38  <coderarity>InspiredJW: idk what we can do about that, if you have an idea of how to fix it let us know
02:12:02  <InspiredJW>not using SNI?
02:12:26  <coderarity>which implies not using HTTPS certificates
02:12:37  <coderarity>we use SNI to use the right certificate
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02:17:51  <coderarity>InspiredJW: the only solution I can offer atm is to set up a private Nodejitsu architecture, which costs a lot of money
02:18:24  <InspiredJW>i see
02:18:39  <coderarity>idk any of those details, you'd have to email nuno@nodejitsu.com
02:18:46  <mmalecki>or you could setup your own host with stud on it
02:18:52  <mmalecki>this is actually cheaper
02:19:09  <mmalecki>I'm really sorry, but our current architecture doesn't allow us not to use SNI in public setups
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04:19:47  <Nexxy>There's a snake in my boot.
04:27:01  <AvianFlu>If I had a dollar for every time I've heard that
04:27:13  <AvianFlu>I'd be able to buy a pretty fancy sandwich.
04:29:16  <mmalecki>hell, in here you would be able to buy 3 of them!
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06:07:58  <John___>Hello! Can you move files from the /tmp directory to another folder (say /uploads)? I'm getting an error when I'm trying to move the file.
06:14:50  <mmalecki>John___: hey. you dont have rights to write in root directoy
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06:20:48  <coderarity>John___: hey, you should write temporary files somewhere in a child directory of your app
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06:33:24  <InspiredJW>coderarity: I have some questions about node-http-proxy
06:33:52  <John___>Hmm...that's what I thought I was doing using path.join(__dirname, '/uploads') but I must be doing something wrong here.
06:34:40  <coderarity>John___: no, I mean, instead of using '/tmp'
06:34:46  <coderarity>InspiredJW: shoot
06:35:28  <InspiredJW>how can that proxy server is being sticky?
06:35:44  <InspiredJW>using cookie? or storing IPs when doing round robin?
06:36:27  <coderarity>InspiredJW: it's not in the node-http-proxy code, but it hashes the IP and stores it in a table
06:37:12  <InspiredJW>store in where?
06:37:20  <InspiredJW>RAM?
06:42:08  <coderarity>it doesn't store it in a table, i lied
06:42:15  <coderarity>it hashes it in a way that resolves to one of the drones
06:45:54  <InspiredJW>so A client is using #1 server again and again
06:45:59  <InspiredJW>while B client is using #2 server
06:46:16  <InspiredJW>assume two drones are there...
06:46:24  <coderarity>yeah
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06:46:47  <InspiredJW>so you guys implemented that feature out of node-http-proxy
06:46:48  <InspiredJW>right?
06:47:06  <coderarity>we used node-http-proxy
06:47:19  <coderarity>but it's not in node-http-proxy
06:47:34  <InspiredJW>where that part came from?
06:48:25  <coderarity>the hashing stuff is in our internal load balancer code
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07:47:44  <alucardX>morning
07:47:49  <coderarity>hi
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09:36:05  <Nodejitsu-Github>nodejitsu-api/arrays ba29f06 3rd-Eden: [fix] Allow arrays to be send as request body....
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11:19:01  <kaareal>hey last year I heard that you guys was working on building your own logging solution, dropping loggly is there any news on that yet ?
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11:31:36  <dscape>kaareal: still working on it
11:31:39  <dscape>why do you ask?
11:32:13  <kaareal>dscape was doing some debugging, and it was painful :)
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11:33:56  <dscape>kaareal: need some help? :)
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11:49:44  <kaareal>nah its cool
11:52:03  <nathan7>Hey earthnoodles
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12:14:17  <dscape>hey nathan7
12:14:25  <nathan7>What's up?
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14:26:19  <booyaa>ooer
14:26:27  <booyaa>is that even legal nathan7?
14:26:50  <nathan7>Is what?
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14:42:40  <ejeklint>Does anyone have a working launchd script for forever? I can't get it to run properly...
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14:52:33  <ejeklint>No one? :(
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14:59:30  <paulcampbell>Hello. I am having some difficulty: I have a node program that I want to just run as a background service, however when I try to start it it falls over with the following: https://gist.github.com/4443994 I think I need to open something to stop the process from dying, but I'm unsure of the best way to achieve this...
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15:03:55  <nathan7>ohai indexzero
15:04:17  <nathan7>paulcampbell: require('net').createServer().listen()
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15:04:49  <paulcampbell>nathan7 - cheers fella - will give that a shot
15:05:13  <ejeklint>Final attempt: Does anyone have a working launchd script for forever? I can't get it to run properly... *tearing my hair*
15:05:32  <nathan7>The heck is launchd?
15:05:57  <ejeklint>The launching thing in OS X :)
15:06:36  <nathan7>Ah
15:07:02  <ejeklint> I *know* I've seen a working setup somewhere but now even Google have lost it.
15:07:25  <ejeklint>indexzero: Have you tried running forever under launchd?
15:08:17  <paulcampbell>@nathan7 - worked a treat man - Thanks a lot for your help!
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15:16:21  <nathan7>paulcampbell: C=
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15:22:09  <indexzero>ejeklint: No, that would be interesting
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15:23:26  <ejeklint> indexzero: yes, very neat for keeping node stuff running auto when booting my mac servers. But alas… can't get it to work.
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16:23:01  <jesusabdullah>mmalecki: whose birthday
16:24:22  <mmalecki>jesusabdullah: future girlfriend
16:24:39  <mmalecki>(yes, I'm pretty self-confident)
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16:27:13  <yawnt>mmalecki: it'd have been worse if you'd said "girlfriend (she just doesnt know it yet)"
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16:28:11  <mmalecki>yawnt: yes. it'd be *way* worse
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16:32:22  <jesusabdullah>mmalecki: sounds like my tweet was particularly apropos then?
16:32:41  <jesusabdullah>-heh-
16:33:09  <mmalecki>hahaha, MAYBE
16:33:13  <jesusabdullah>also I have never been that self-confident in my entire life
16:33:49  <jesusabdullah>!yt william shatner it hasn't happened yet
16:33:50  <_ddgbot>https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=william%20shatner%20it%20hasn%27t%20happened%20yet
16:34:20  <jesusabdullah>brb headphones
16:34:39  <jesusabdullah>mmalecki: get AvianFlu to ping me when he's awake
16:35:01  <AvianFlu>jesusabdullah: what
16:35:16  <jesusabdullah>THERE YOU ARE!!
16:35:43  <jesusabdullah>you're up way early homes
16:35:51  <mmalecki>jesusabdullah: it's a thing you can work on. also, basing your prediction on actual data makes it easier
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16:36:48  <jesusabdullah>collecting data sounds HARD
16:36:53  <jesusabdullah>let's just go shopping instead
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16:38:02  <mmalecki>haha
16:38:18  <mmalecki>this life thing is hard yo
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16:51:49  <jesusabdullah>yeah maybe
16:51:57  <jesusabdullah>i suspect that life is actually really easy
16:52:08  <jesusabdullah>and it's just that people expect a lot ut of it
16:52:11  <jesusabdullah>out8
16:52:18  <jesusabdullah>out*
16:52:24  <jesusabdullah>friggin' shift key
16:52:34  <jesusabdullah>shift key moar liek shit key amirite
16:52:56  <jesusabdullah>uuuugh
16:53:06  <jesusabdullah>another kernel of wisdom:
16:53:17  <jesusabdullah>The thing about crazy is, once it's under control you want to go back
16:53:26  <jesusabdullah>no matter how shitty it is to be crazy
16:53:31  <jesusabdullah>you still want to go back.
16:53:56  <mmalecki>I never had that feeling
16:54:31  <jesusabdullah>then you've never been crazy (probably)
16:56:07  <mmalecki>well
16:56:27  <mmalecki>OR I could have never got it under control
16:56:31  <mmalecki>;)
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17:29:48  <jesusabdullah>https://github.com/ovidiucp/TinyWebServer I found a cool thing
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17:39:57  <booyaa>might put that on my arduino just so i can spam it with ab
17:40:02  <booyaa>not seen any stats
17:40:21  <booyaa>or benchmarks, presumably because it's just a proof of concep
17:43:58  <booyaa>just placed an order with my local hackspace for a meter strip of these :D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oatrUnDsB2w
17:45:06  <booyaa>hoping to do a bit of light painting
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17:48:01  <jesusabdullah>could be interesting booyaa
17:48:06  <jesusabdullah>the benchmarks I mean
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17:50:28  <air__>Hi guys
17:50:35  <air__>I'm confused by NODE_ENV
17:50:54  <air__>What I want is a conditional value depending on where the app is running
17:51:35  <air__>e.g. if its on my local then NODE_ENV should be "local", but on certain URLs i want it to be "production" or "development" or "test"
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17:52:24  <air__>is that possible
17:53:00  <jesusabdullah>air__: NODE_ENV is set to "production" on our machines, you can set it to anything you want elsewhere, or nothing at all
17:53:24  <air__>but how do I set it to a different value on my local ?
17:53:25  <jesusabdullah>air__: so, in your app, check if (process.env.NODE_ENV == 'production')
17:53:33  <jesusabdullah>it's a shell variable
17:53:36  <jesusabdullah>what OS are you using?
17:53:40  <air__>os x
17:53:44  <jesusabdullah>in linux and mac, just do
17:53:55  <jesusabdullah>NODE_ENV="development" node ./foo.js
17:54:06  <jesusabdullah>it's a bash thing
17:54:17  <jesusabdullah>but really you shoulden't have to set it locally cause you can just assume unset means development
17:54:20  <jesusabdullah>imo
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17:55:36  <air__>jesusabdullah, so in coffeescript can I do::: LOCAL is true unless NODE_ENV?
17:55:47  <air__>oops
17:56:00  <air__>$local = true unless NODE_ENV?
17:57:46  <jesusabdullah>I have no idea I do not use coffeescript
17:57:51  <jesusabdullah>as I think it is totally gross
17:57:55  <air__>haha
17:58:01  <jesusabdullah>AvianFlu: http://www.villagevoice.com/2007-03-06/music/hot-hot-heat/
17:59:15  <air__>jesusabdullah, no probe thanks for clearing it up ;)
17:59:23  <air__>*probs
17:59:49  <jesusabdullah>no sweat homes
18:00:13  <air__>jesusabdullah, also re: SSL
18:00:33  <air__>.pem and .key - does this mean I don't need to buy SSL from a 3rd party?
18:00:55  <jesusabdullah>no you still have to buy your own certs last I checked
18:01:02  <jesusabdullah>you'll have to ask someone that works here about it
18:01:20  <air__>jesusabdullah, ok cool i'll probably need you guys to set me up on that
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18:01:37  <jesusabdullah>well, not me
18:01:57  <jesusabdullah>ask blakmatrix imo
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18:05:43  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: air__ wants to know how2ssl
18:07:20  <blakmatrix>air__: just point your browser to https://<your subdomain name>.jit.su
18:08:14  <blakmatrix>you don't need to worry about instantiating https server, we do that fo you
18:08:42  <air__>blakmatrix, thats cool but i want to use my own domain
18:10:22  <air__>jesusabdullah, also I'm getting this exact issue about xml2js not being found when jitsu deploying http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5047542/node-js-cannot-find-module-xml2js
18:10:28  <blakmatrix>air__: send an e-mail to support@nodejitsu.com, and I'll set you up with th details and get started with the process
18:12:59  <blakmatrix>air__: that sould not be a problem if you have xml2js in your package.json
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18:15:40  <air__>blakmatrix, trying that now
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18:16:27  <air__>blakmatrix, worked thanks!
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18:19:56  <air__>blakmatrix, does this custom DNS thing add to the time it takes for the browser to resolve DNS? as opposed to running my own EC2 or something for example?
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18:22:04  <blakmatrix>air__: no, you set up the ips with your dns, we take care of the rest via SNI, the bottle neck you will be concerned with is with your ISP
18:22:36  <air__>blakmatrix, ok thanks
18:24:09  <jesusabdullah>nathan7 how old are you really (not 27 I guess)
18:24:29  <air__>blakmatrix, I have a bunch of intermediate certificates from my SSL provider, do I need to concat them, or just need the CA vert?
18:24:33  <air__>*cert
18:24:46  <air__>*Root CA cert
18:25:16  <blakmatrix>concatenate them in the cacert
18:25:50  <nathan7>jesusabdullah: 17.20
18:26:38  <air__>blakmatrix, they have the .crt extension, should I concat and rename to .pem ?
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18:27:00  <jesusabdullah>I see
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18:27:39  <blakmatrix>yes pem is the correct format
18:27:41  <nathan7>jesusabdullah: people on IRC don't do a lot better than youtube though
18:29:21  <air__>blakmatrix, also, it's a wildcard certificate, so can i set up many apps with different subdomains ?
18:29:51  <air__>e.g. www.mydomain.com, test.mydomain.com, b.mydomain.com
18:32:59  <blakmatrix>yes, but you will need to specify which subdomains for which apps
18:33:04  <blakmatrix>in your app
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19:15:44  <jstreb>quick simply question…does nodejitsu support writing files to disk, or is recommended to use something like s3?
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19:19:45  <blakmatrix>jstreb: yes
19:20:14  <blakmatrix>jstreb: but if you want permanent storage you should uses s3 or dropbox etc
19:20:15  <`3rdEden>jstreb: you can write to disk, but they are not stored persistently throughout deployments
19:20:36  <`3rdEden>and you can only write in your application's folder, not outside of it
19:23:36  <jstreb>got it
19:23:38  <jstreb>thanks!
19:24:57  <jstreb>And for a general opinion question, would you say that the development stack is adequate for a small non-profit site
19:25:20  <jstreb>(IE, needs to be up most of the time, but not mission critical if goes down for a bit)
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19:38:15  <jesusabdullah>man where is everyone I remember this place being significantly more kickin'
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20:07:40  <jesusabdullah>friends: http://i.imgur.com/SDLY3.gif
20:09:33  <lpin>jesusabdullah i laughed, hard
20:09:58  <jesusabdullah>nice
20:10:11  <lpin>it was not clear indeed
20:10:54  <blakmatrix>:)
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20:24:52  <rickibalboa>If my application is using secure websockets, socket.io specifically. Do i need to do anything on the setting up keys end or does nodejitsu deal with that?
20:26:07  <Sly_>rickibalboa: I believe you would need to send us your SSL information.
20:26:21  <rickibalboa>right okay
20:28:12  <blakmatrix>rickibalboa: are you using a custom domain
20:28:37  <blakmatrix>rickibalboa: because if not you can just use wss://<your subdomain>.jit.su
20:28:56  <rickibalboa>I'm not sure if i'm going to bother yet, i have a domain, with a certificate. But I'll need another certificate to connect to my websocket app on nodejitsu
20:28:56  <blakmatrix>well https since its socket.io
20:29:00  <rickibalboa>yeah
20:29:40  <blakmatrix>rickibalboa: you can optionally use {"secure": true} to force SSL on the socket.io client
20:29:59  <rickibalboa>Yeah thats also what I'm using
20:31:00  <blakmatrix>yeah we cover the SSL stuff on our end for people that use our subdomains
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20:32:02  <switz>i'm getting fairly sick of not being able to deploy
20:32:09  <switz>doesn't really instill confidence in your service, tbh
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20:32:37  <switz>https://gist.github.com/1352efad4de2a0a4ceac
20:32:44  <blakmatrix>switz: what is the error you are recieving
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20:33:06  <switz>Every time I want to deploy, I have to do it like 10 times before it finally goes through.
20:33:10  <switz>always differing errors
20:33:12  <switz>often socket hangups
20:34:13  <blakmatrix>switz: that sounds like an issue with the rackspace service, take a look at http://errors.jit.su/Rackspace%20Error%20(404):%20Item%20not%20found
20:34:45  <switz>regardless, that shouldn't be something I have to worry about. that's your issue, no?
20:35:14  <blakmatrix>switz: basically the rackspace service is being slow.. most likely if you wer to activate the snap shot you just uploaded, then start it your app with the recent deploy would be up
20:35:33  <blakmatrix>we dont control rackspace cloud files
20:35:47  <blakmatrix>i mean we dont control thier service
20:36:07  <switz>right, but you could catch that error and then complete the following steps automatically.
20:36:41  <switz>at the end of the day, if I have to type out jitsu deploy 5 times to get my app to deploy, I'll go elsewhere. I really WANT to like nodejitsu, but it's getting tougher and tougher.
20:36:53  <switz>I get socket hangups all the time
20:37:36  <blakmatrix>switz: does it take a long time to upload your application?
20:38:31  <switz>nope
20:38:36  <switz>it's very small
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20:39:13  <blakmatrix>switz: it might be that your client takes to long, if you run `jitsu config set timeout 860000` it might help if your getting client hang ups
20:39:54  <switz>860000 seems excessive
20:40:04  <switz>what's the default?
20:40:28  <blakmatrix>otherwise if its server side let me take a look at your package.json and username/appname
20:40:43  <switz>http://github.com/switz/phishvids
20:40:48  <blakmatrix>480000
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20:47:00  <blakmatrix>switz: you should change your dependencies to download from git with https://github.com/:username/:reponame/tarball/:branchname as the format, some of our older dones dont support the git/git+ssh format and can cause that socket hang up error
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20:53:20  <switz>blakmatrix: I'll give it a try, thanks.
20:54:53  <rickibalboa>Is there a limit to how many TCP sockets a node app can open?
20:55:39  <blakmatrix>rickibalboa: I think that is defined by ulimit on the architecture node is on
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20:56:04  <blakmatrix>rickibalboa: you can only run http and ws on nodejitsu at the moment though
20:56:27  <blakmatrix>rickibalboa: and you can only open one port to listen on
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20:58:07  <rickibalboa>Right I didn't mean listening, I meant opening a socket to another service
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20:59:11  <blakmatrix>rickibalboa: yeah you should be able to open as many as you want, the bottlneck will most likely be the small vm size of 256 MB
20:59:13  <rickibalboa>connections I should have said
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20:59:57  <rickibalboa>Alright
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21:10:52  <drunkgoat>can i run a tcp server on nodejitsu?
21:11:14  <yawnt>drunkgoat: not yet, it's in the roadmap though.. but there's no associated timeline yet :)
21:11:55  <drunkgoat>:(
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21:36:36  <mikeal>so like
21:36:46  <mikeal>i had a crash earlier today that i fixed with a redeploy
21:36:53  <mikeal>but it's not in my logs
21:38:56  <air__>hi guys, it doesn't say anywhere how many apps i can run on 1 drone
21:39:00  <rickibalboa>Sorry for all the questions, just trying to find the best platform for my app. I have an application designed to be scaled across multiple processes, however when someone connects for the first time (websocket) some stuff is remembered and they are advised by the frontend code to reconnect back to that same one, all done without the user knowing. Would I avoid drones in this instance?
21:39:23  <rickibalboa>Just use multiple apps, or would there be a way to route traffic to specific drones without it being automatically balanced?
21:43:13  <mmalecki>rickibalboa: hey, we actually do that for you
21:44:04  <mmalecki>rickibalboa: this is how sticky sessions work. as long as you use one IP, you are guaranteed to hit the same drone all the time
21:44:33  <rickibalboa>Right, hmm.. I'll be a bit more specific, the reason they are advised to reconnect to that specific one is because sockets are opened on the initial connect, and on reconnects data from that socket is replayed back to them
21:45:15  <mmalecki>this should work on nodejitsu without any specific magic :)
21:45:16  <rickibalboa>In theory it would be ideal, only downside is if someone connects on that same account from a different pc they *might* just hit a different drone
21:45:58  <mmalecki>yeah, that is a problem, our LBs weren't really designed for that... there unfortunately isn't a way to force the connection to go to a specific drone
21:46:22  <rickibalboa>Right I see. Maybe I should have a rethink of my architecture
21:47:07  <mmalecki>I'd guess using a message bus might be a solution here... all drones would connect to it and share information about users
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21:48:30  <rickibalboa>If the only thing I was sharing was data/objects it wouldn't be a big deal I could just dump it into the database however it's the sockets that are opened which means I need to reconnect to the same process.
21:48:52  <mmalecki>what are you sending through those sockets?
21:49:18  <rickibalboa>chat data
21:49:34  <rickibalboa>They reconnect back to it and it appears as if they have never left, and they get a backlog of whats missed.
21:49:55  <mmalecki>I think you could share those between drones, in a database and maybe through some message bus in real time
21:50:07  <rickibalboa>the actual sockets?
21:50:15  <mmalecki>nah, chat data
21:50:23  <rickibalboa>Ah right. Hmm
21:51:14  <mikeumus>Hey Gang, we have some code that's working locally but is hanging on our nodejitsu drone. The app is at whyink.jit.su
21:51:22  <mikeumus>appname Inkwhy
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21:55:06  <air__>mmalecki, is the pricing one drone : one app ?
21:55:23  <mmalecki>air__: one app can have many drones
21:55:33  <air__>can I have 2 apps on one drone?
21:55:35  <mmalecki>a started app has at least one started drone :)
21:55:38  <mmalecki>nope, sorry
21:55:52  <air__>so basically i need the small plan if i want to run 2 apps?
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21:56:15  <mmalecki>correct
21:56:24  <mmalecki>mikeumus: hey
21:56:27  <mmalecki>mikeumus: looking at it
21:56:29  <mikeumus>Howdy
21:56:33  <mikeumus>alright thanks.
21:56:39  <mmalecki>mikeumus: what's the URL which hangs?
21:56:51  <mmalecki>I'm seeing that it's stopped ATM
21:57:05  <mikeumus>http://whyink.com/popup/buy
21:57:32  <mmalecki>can you start it :) ?
21:57:42  <mikeumus>sure
21:57:49  <mikeumus>we're starting a snapshot now
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21:59:32  <rickibalboa>Hmm, if 1 app = 1 drone then I think my best solution would be just to run multiple apps and keep a record of the urls and where everyone is connected to and leave the drones alone. Would mean implementing some sort of message bus into my already complete architecture.
21:59:35  <air__>mmalecki, whats the cancellation / refund policy? Is there a lock-in period?
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22:00:16  <mmalecki>rickibalboa: no, 1 app = n drones. you can give your app 2 drones and more
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22:00:47  <mmalecki>air__: what do you mean by cancellation/refund policy? like, when you cancel our service?
22:00:48  <rickibalboa>Oh right okay yeah
22:00:56  <rickibalboa>But each app instance is one drone?
22:01:03  <air__>mmalecki, yeah, my current host makes me cancel 30 days in advance
22:01:03  <mmalecki>rickibalboa: yup
22:01:11  <rickibalboa>Makes sense, thanks.
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22:01:37  <mmalecki>drone *is* an app instance in fact :)
22:01:57  <mmalecki>air__: just a sec, let me find that out
22:01:58  <rickibalboa>So if theres two drones for one app it's just two instances of the same app
22:02:08  <mmalecki>rickibalboa: yup :)
22:02:13  <rickibalboa>Okay
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22:04:03  <mikeumus>The snapshot is active now
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22:08:47  <mmalecki>air__: sec, checking it myself :)
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22:12:13  <mmalecki>air__: I was charged for the started subscription. we are, however, able to do refunds manually, so if you have any problems with the service, contact support at nodejitsu.com and we'll act accordingly :)
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22:13:04  <air__>mmalecki, ? i think i only recd half your message there
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22:13:41  <mmalecki>air__: you get charged for started month and don't get refund when cancelling in the middle
22:13:49  <air__>ok no problem
22:13:59  <mikeumus>mmalecki: we're about to mobilize, but once you get to looking into it if you could email me back letting me know if you see anything. Thanks.
22:14:14  <mmalecki>but of you have problems with our service, we can refund it by hand, just contact support :)
22:14:25  <mmalecki>mikeumus: oh, sorry, didn't get to it, can you PM me your email :) ?
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22:16:12  <mikeumus>I'm a irc noob so here it is, mike@inkwhy.com, thanks.
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22:16:22  <mmalecki>thank you :)
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22:17:56  <air__>mmalecki, I'm calculating your Large plan to be just over $3 / month, how can that be?
22:18:25  <mmalecki>well, initial monthly fee is $ 11
22:18:33  <mmalecki>and it depends on how many drone hours you use
22:19:05  <air__>mmalecki, so i won't pay more than $11 in the beginning?
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22:20:29  <mmalecki>air__: if you don't use any drones, you won't. but for one started our of drone running, you'll be charged $ 0.0042 per hour
22:20:48  <air__>mmalecki, so it's per drone
22:21:05  <mmalecki>so like, if you run one drone for x hours you'll be charged 11 + (x * 0.0042)
22:21:08  <air__>mmalecki, you should make that clear on the pricing page! there is no mention of the $11
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22:21:43  <mmalecki>oh dang
22:21:50  <mmalecki>anoemi: could you...? ^
22:22:12  <mmalecki>I have near to 0 copy writing abilities :)
22:22:21  <mmalecki>air__: it is mentioned in webops btw
22:22:37  <mmalecki>but you're totally right, it should be on the front page
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22:23:34  <air__>mmalecki, so if i go large, i can handle any traffic whatsoever?
22:23:39  <air__>mmalecki, automatically?
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22:24:11  <mmalecki>air__: well, for individual plans you'll have to scale them manually
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22:24:26  <mmalecki>business plans will have more monitoring and autoscaling, but not just yet
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22:25:25  <air__>mmalecki, cool but is that just a case of clicking the + button in webops?
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22:27:04  <air__>mmalecki, hmm� also not quite sure how to assume how much traffic one drone can handle� but i guess only one way to find out
22:27:20  <mmalecki>air__: yeah, it really depends on an application
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22:34:10  <air__>mmalecki, you just got yourselves a new customer
22:34:43  <mmalecki>air__: <3 !
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22:36:34  <air__>mmalecki, it says in my statement i get a free month bonus?
22:36:46  <air__>but my card was charged. is that credit for next month?
22:38:06  <mmalecki>air__: hm, when you select a plan you get charged immediately. the free month is one drone only. also you might have got charged $ 1 just to check if credit card is valid. it'll get refunded in like, 2 - 3 business days
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22:41:32  <air__>mmalecki, just saw you guys are in NYC - we're coming on Feb 20 as part of Seedcamp's US trip, would love to meet you guys
22:42:13  <mmalecki>air__: well, only anoemi and indexzero are now in NY, as I recall correctly
22:42:19  <mmalecki>in Feb 20, however, I might be visiting
22:42:23  <mmalecki>*on
22:42:30  <mmalecki>air__: most of people work remotely :)
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22:42:36  <air__>mmalecki, i see
22:42:47  <mmalecki>I myself am based in Poland
22:43:21  <air__>mmalecki, ok i guess we're closer to you now then! we're in london
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22:43:29  <mmalecki>well, I travel more than I'm here these days
22:43:37  <air__>mmalecki, one question about SSL
22:43:37  <mmalecki>London surely is an interesting destination
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22:43:43  <mmalecki>sure, go ahead
22:44:35  <air__>If I set api.getbrandid.com to point to those IP addresses in nodejitsu, will i still be able to access it via the jit.su address?
22:45:07  <mmalecki>yup :)
22:45:10  <air__>ok
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22:55:51  <st_luke>the noun project is so dope, indexzero++
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23:05:48  <CoverSlide>isn't it by that guy who made raphael?
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23:08:52  <air__>mmalecki, q about jitsu deploy in dev and live
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23:09:06  <air__>how do i deploy the same codebase to a different app?
23:09:16  <air__>because i want live and dev apps
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23:11:28  <mmalecki>air__: I usually just change the name and the subdomain
23:11:46  <mmalecki>we'll have support for that built-in at some point
23:11:53  <air__>mmalecki, not sure what you mean
23:12:16  <air__>mmalecki, do you have a single repo you work out of or 2 different ones ?
23:12:26  <mmalecki>in package.json, I change name and subdomain fields with a script
23:12:37  <mmalecki>I have one repo and don't commit changes
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23:12:45  <air__>i see
23:13:09  <air__>so do you have package.json in your .gitignore?
23:13:14  <mmalecki>no, I don't
23:13:19  <mmalecki>I simply don't commit changes
23:13:29  <air__>ok
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