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01:15:44  <dougnukem_>I'm trying to deploy to nodejitsu and host an HTTP using express with a simple handler for app.get('/webrtc.io.js'), it runs fine locally but when running it on the deployed nodejitsu I'm getting a "Cannot GET /webrtcio.js"
01:15:48  <dougnukem_>it's basically this app:
01:15:49  <dougnukem_>https://github.com/webRTC/webrtc.io-demo
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01:25:46  <dougnukem_>I posted the question to stackoverflow for permanent reference http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14698684/nodejitsu-deploy-of-webrtc-demo-failing-to-server-client-side-javascript
01:27:28  <TooTallNate>dougnukem_: you should be using express.static() rather then rolling out your own static logic
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01:29:07  <dougnukem_>agreed, I'll make that tweak. I was just basing it on the webRTC demo project that seemed like at some point they had deployed it to nodejitsu
01:29:41  <blakmatrix>dougnukem_: what is your username/appname?
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01:41:16  <chilts>dougnukem_: just to check, your handler is at app.get('/webrtc.io.js') and your error is "Cannot GET /webrtcio.js" <- typo in IRC or typo in your code?
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01:42:45  <dougnukem_>typo in IRC, http://dougnukemwebrtc.jit.su/webrtc.io.js with error message http://dougnukemwebrtc.jit.su/webrtc.io.js
01:43:24  <dougnukem_>it's actually looking like that js file is a symlink: webrtc.io.js -> ../../node_modules/webrtc.io-client/lib/webrtc.io.js and npm and nodejitsu don't package that up
01:43:35  <dougnukem_>wonder if I can just stick in a postdeploy step?
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01:49:48  <blakmatrix>dougnukem_: I would put it in the predeploy because post is after your app has already been deployed
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02:01:58  <dougnukem_>@blakmatrix thanks for the help I have a gross predeploy/postdeploy hack that copies the file then turns it back into a symlink postdeploy so that if the webrtc.io-client module changes it'll pick up those changes and run locally off that symlink http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14698684/nodejitsu-deploy-of-webrtc-demo-failing-to-server-client-side-javascript/14698971#14698971
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02:41:46  <mdedetrich>blakmatrix1: I'm not sure if this sounds weird
02:41:50  <mdedetrich>but my app isn't updating...
02:42:41  <mdedetrich>@mmalecki: my app is not updating for some odd reason
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02:42:58  <mdedetrich>@anoemi: just in time, for some reason my jitsu application isn't actually updating
02:46:23  <mdedetrich>oh wait nvm
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02:46:25  <mdedetrich>im being silly
02:50:43  <anoemi>mdedetrich: hey there
02:50:52  <mdedetrich>@anoemi: don't worry, me being silly
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02:51:11  <anoemi>mdedetrich: ah no worries
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02:56:59  <mdedetrich>@anoemi: im still getting socket hang up erorrs though
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02:59:05  <mdedetrich>@anoemi: in fact I appear to be getting it all the time now
03:00:00  <anoemi>mdedetrich: can you gist the output?
03:00:13  <mdedetrich>I have gisted the output so many times, its the same socket error
03:00:40  <mdedetrich>anoemi: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/0b6ba694c0c6243efe78
03:00:48  <mdedetrich>its that error, and always is that error
03:01:16  <mdedetrich>anoemi: and now I got this https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5ef53eb8e0379108fd7b
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03:04:43  <anoemi>mdedetrich: understood, but it still makes sense to ask in the interest of thoroughness
03:05:15  <mdedetrich>anoemi: in getting this now (https://gist.github.com/anonymous/a8b85a714cce7e887bf6), and if you are wondering, that package started fine previously
03:05:24  <jcrugzz>mdedetrich: it does get frustrating after so many socket errors, I've been there
03:05:39  <mdedetrich>its been like this for like half a year
03:05:53  <jcrugzz>i would actually run an npm install jitsu -g
03:05:54  <mdedetrich>jcrugzz: yeah I know
03:06:02  <anoemi>yea, its been a pain in the ass. no doubt
03:06:02  <jcrugzz>your jitsu is outdated
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03:06:19  <mdedetrich>hey it finally updated now
03:06:43  <anoemi>mdedetrich jcrugzz we're in the process of some big fixes
03:07:06  <jcrugzz>anoemi: Oh i can tell, that monitoring module that was just open sourced is awesome
03:07:55  <anoemi>namely updating the whole production cloud
03:08:04  <jcrugzz>and you guys are solving hard problems, takes a little bit to get all the kinks out
03:08:11  <anoemi>over the course of the next 1-2 days
03:08:41  <anoemi>jcrugzz: we definitely appreciate the understanding
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03:10:02  <anoemi>mdedetrich in the meantime, sorry about the issues but we're fixing them once and for all
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03:32:18  <drewww>I frequently have issues where my logs don't show up - is that normal or something that I might be doing wrong?
03:32:38  <drewww>it just says "downloading logging information" and looks like the background httprequests are failing
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03:36:09  <anoemi>drewww: we sometimes have issue with our logging provider
03:36:20  <anoemi>*issues
03:38:00  <st_luke>how does loggly stay in business
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03:39:07  <drewww>okay, so I just wait and figure it'll be better in a little bit? it definitely works sometimes
03:39:08  <anoemi>drewww we've got some fixes planned, but its going to be a few weeks before we can roll them out
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03:39:15  <drewww>but it's been ten minutes since I could get logs out
03:40:02  <drewww>okay, cool. would it be helpful to route them through something like loggly in the interim? I'm having issues getting my app running at all, so I'm in a period where it's super useful to have output to figure out what's crashing
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03:40:53  <anoemi>drewww: loggly is the service we currently use, so im not sure how helpful that would be
03:41:04  <drewww>heh, alright
03:41:25  <drewww>just having weird voodoo issues where everything works fine locally but doesn't work when deployed D:
03:41:27  <anoemi>but when there are issues, it typically improves by itself pretty quickly afterwards
03:41:45  <drewww>kk, i'll just mess with it in the morning and see if it's better
03:41:47  <drewww>thanks!
03:41:51  <drewww>glad to know it's not just me
03:41:55  <anoemi>sure thing!
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03:44:23  <mo>should i point my app to port 443 for https?
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03:46:17  <jcrugzz>mo: check out http://handbook.jit.su/a-quickstart/faq#faq-how-do-i-force-my-clients-to-use-https-with-my-application
03:46:49  <Guest78930>also im checking my ssl and getting a hostname does not match common name error (my domain to *.nodejitsu.com)
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03:47:38  <jcrugzz>Guest78930: are you trying to get SSL on your own domain?
03:48:10  <Guest78930>yes, im trying to make sure its setup correctly
03:48:46  <jcrugzz>SSL works by default for your app .jit.su/nodejitsu.com but you have to email support if you want to get it setup for your custom domain
03:49:28  <Guest78930>i did email the information tio support. I've just been running the domain through verious browser based 'ssl checkers' and http://www.geocerts.com/ssl_checker is finding a problem.
03:49:31  <Guest78930>The only one that has
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03:52:14  <jcrugzz>Guest78930: Yea I'm not sure then, anoemi, I'm assuming everyone is busy doing some upgrade work?
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03:55:13  <Guest78930>Should I send over an email or just hang around here?
03:56:00  <anoemi>Guest78930: yeah, dropping us an email at support(at)nodejitsu is recommended
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03:57:39  <Guest78930>Done and done. Thanks for the help.
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03:58:01  <anoemi>np :)
03:58:08  <jcrugzz>this channel is always full of help
03:58:28  <jcrugzz>advantage of having people around the world
04:00:03  <anoemi>jcrugzz: true that
04:00:12  <anoemi>jcrugzz: hows brooklyn treating you, btw?
04:03:19  * anoemiquit (Quit: anoemi)
04:05:10  <jcrugzz>anoemi: It's not a bad little area. A few blocks from the Cortelyou station. Only complaint is the fire trucks blaring at all hours
04:06:06  <jcrugzz>Definitely getting used to the vibe of the city, always full of life
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04:57:49  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/jitsu#290 (clouds - 8aaf6a6 : indexzero): The build passed.
04:57:49  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/21e8a5f901dd...8aaf6a6dc759
04:57:49  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/4586225
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05:01:36  <Abhishek>I am getting the following error on app start
05:01:55  <Abhishek>error: Error running command apps start a2MyBlog error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error warn: Error returned from Nodejitsu error: Error: socket hang up error: at createHangUpError (http.js:1264:15) error: at Socket.socketOnEnd (http.js:1352:23) error: at TCP.onread (net.js:418:26)
05:02:09  <Abhishek>any idea whats wrong
05:03:12  <jcrugzz>Abhishek: Just keep trying, I believe they are working on some fixes over these next couple days so there may be some issues
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05:03:44  <julianduque>Abhishek: can you give me your username/app
05:05:03  <Abhishek>username : abhishekaroskar appname: a2MyBlog
05:05:24  <Abhishek>@ julianduque
05:06:02  <julianduque>i'm checking :)
05:07:05  <Abhishek>thnx
05:07:46  <julianduque>there is a problem with a pacakge
05:07:52  <julianduque>yuidocjs
05:09:00  <Abhishek>ok .. any idea whats wrong ..... or how can i check it ?
05:09:16  <julianduque>is this package new?
05:09:26  <julianduque>you added in this deploy?
05:10:29  <Abhishek>nope it come with Yahoo mojito framework ...
05:10:46  <Abhishek>I din add it explicitly
05:12:10  <julianduque>i'm trying to see what's the problem here :)
05:15:27  <Abhishek>I dnt know now when i refreshed
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05:15:29  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/clouds fd0a59a indexzero: [dist] Bump nock version.
05:15:29  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/clouds 0dc5db7 indexzero: [dist] Bump a few dependency versions. Dependencies should be alphabetical.
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05:15:51  <Abhishek>the apps started :)
05:15:57  <julianduque>Awesome
05:16:17  <julianduque>but i'm still checking what was the problem
05:16:35  <Abhishek>yeps .... thnx :)
05:16:55  <julianduque>oh.. you hit an old drone, sorry !
05:17:12  <julianduque>i will report it to devops!
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05:17:53  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/8aaf6a6dc759...0dc5db72ada4
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05:19:06  <Abhishek>@julianduque what does that mean ?
05:19:58  <julianduque>thats why the app was failing.. the server where the app was deployed had an old node version, so I'm reporting it to devops in order to ged rid of that!
05:20:17  <julianduque>now it's running on a perfect and healthy drone :)
05:20:32  <jcrugzz>theres a rogue drone loose!
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05:21:12  <Abhishek>ahh thats great .... thanks for the help ... anythng that i need to specify while deploying to select the right drone?
05:21:57  <julianduque>not by the moment. just retry as jcrugzz said before :)
05:22:39  <julianduque>we are shutting down that drone... all drones must follow the 3 laws
05:22:40  <julianduque>jk!
05:22:49  <jcrugzz>Abhishek: Do you still have a working deploy? I believe a jitsu start may pop it onto a new one and might change some things to get it work
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05:23:31  <julianduque>jcrugzz: you are right
05:23:39  <Abhishek>its working now .... so i am good ... thanks guys!!
05:23:59  <julianduque>Awesome!
05:24:30  <jcrugzz>Abhishek: Awesome. You avoided the crazy drone!
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05:24:43  <julianduque>Welcome to Nodejitsu!
05:28:47  <jcrugzz>julianduque: I can't wait to see the crazy automation you guys will have implemented in the coming future. I see that monitoring module as just the beginning, that shit is cool
05:29:38  <z4ce>curious.. how do databases work on nodejitsu
05:29:41  <julianduque>yes!
05:30:00  <z4ce>I see you can use the nodejitsu command to create say a redis "database"
05:30:18  <z4ce>and from the docs it would be a trial database..
05:30:21  <jcrugzz>z4ce: There are various services parterned with nodejitsu that you can use. There is a certain free limit on how much data you can store
05:30:30  <julianduque>z4ce: we have databases support through our partners: IrisCouch for Redis and CouchDB databases, and MongoLab and MonogHQ for MongoDB
05:30:45  <z4ce>so when you want to upgrade your "trial" to full.. how does that work?
05:30:46  <julianduque>yes, those are free services, but limited
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05:31:04  <julianduque>you can buy a better database service and just use the connection string in your app
05:31:22  <julianduque>z4ce: you just update with the provider and add the credentials to your app
05:31:45  <z4ce>are the trial database upgradable.. or do you have to start over when you go production?
05:31:57  <julianduque>z4ce: the free versions can be created using 'jitsu databases create <type> <name>'
05:32:55  <julianduque>z4ce: you can create a free database directly with the provider and then upgrade it with them
05:33:10  <julianduque>by the moment you can't do it directrly from us
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05:34:24  <z4ce>Is there anything specifically that makes nodejitsu superior to competitors like dotCloud or heroku?
05:34:58  <z4ce>or areas I should be looking at (beside websockets.. which is a definite downer for heroku)
05:37:03  <jcrugzz>z4ce: Personally, as a user, Nodejitsu is the most innovative. With the technologies used along with the ability to autoscale drones.
05:37:34  <jcrugzz>and I've had the easiest time getting something to work on nodejitsu compared to heroku which i used previously
05:37:39  <julianduque>Amazing support, low prices, drone scaling, awesome infrastructure, tooling, open source projects and libraries
05:38:39  <julianduque>we are very commited with the node.js community and project
05:38:42  <z4ce>drones in nodejitsu speak are nodejs instances right?
05:39:01  <jcrugzz>they are essentially a 256mb vm where one node process runs
05:39:17  <julianduque>z4ce: vms where your app run isolated
05:40:07  <z4ce>so in nodejitsu you automatically get more drones based on load?
05:40:56  <julianduque>you mean autoscaling?
05:41:06  <z4ce>yes
05:41:30  <z4ce>btw.. a google for "iris redis" only brings up a github project..
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05:41:47  <julianduque>not by the moment, but you can add more drones and the app will be automatically deployed and distributed for you
05:42:36  <julianduque>z4ce: you can create it using jitsu cli
05:43:00  <z4ce>yeah.. but who do I contact to upgrade it and see their pricing plans?
05:43:27  <julianduque>JasonSmith: ^
05:44:02  <julianduque>z4ce: if JasonSmith is here he can give you more information or try with http://www.iriscouch.com/contact
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05:50:24  <z4ce>Any idea on how many websockets a single drone can maintain?
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05:53:50  <julianduque>z4ce: it depends.. arround 500 per drone, but as we said, you can scale your app
05:53:56  <julianduque>z4ce: you can take a look of this article http://blog.nodejitsu.com/this-is-now :)
05:57:30  <z4ce>any idea if those guys are using iris redis?
05:57:52  <z4ce>(as their socket.io store)
05:58:38  <julianduque>hmm idk
05:59:15  <julianduque>anoemi knows if they used iris redis?
06:04:52  <anoemi>julianduque: i believe they do use iris redis
06:05:49  <julianduque>z4ce: you can see this https://gist.github.com/konklone/4146668 related to the use of redis with socket.io
06:06:47  <julianduque>anoemi: osom!! thanks :D
06:07:25  <anoemi>:)
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06:08:48  <z4ce>man I cant imagine how much bandwidth this now app uses.. holy scrolling images batman
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06:23:59  <z4ce>man.. socket.io has been working through that issue for over a year??
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06:37:23  <z4ce>sounds like redis store sucks until socket.io 1.0 when its going to be rewritten
06:37:25  <z4ce>argh
06:37:48  <z4ce>well there goes that plan
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06:40:52  <z4ce>can you configure stickiness at all with loadbalancers on nodejitsu?
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06:42:00  <julianduque>z4ce: we use sticky sessions for websockets
06:42:30  <z4ce>but you can't define it for a url?
06:43:25  <z4ce>like for example.. xyzz.jit.su/foobar.. is there anyway to say dynamic that foobar should always go to the same drone
06:43:39  <z4ce>s/dynamic/dynamically
06:44:09  <julianduque>i don't think to the same drone but to the same balancer
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06:47:08  <z4ce>For my use case.. if I could configure stickness based on the url I could get away with not even using socket.io store..
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06:51:53  <wetpaint>hey guys
06:52:05  <wetpaint>anyone else unable to deploy?
06:52:19  <wetpaint>socket hang up / other errors
06:52:34  <julianduque>wetpaint: can you create a gist with the log
06:53:35  <wetpaint>sure thing: https://gist.github.com/sanderpick/4712738
06:53:46  <julianduque>i'm testing deploys and are ok. With your log / username / app name i can find something :)
06:54:21  <julianduque>wetpaint: whats your username?
06:54:36  <wetpaint>julianduque: sanderpick
06:54:52  <wetpaint>cool thanks for looking into it!
06:55:35  <wetpaint>julianduque: and this one, haven't seen before: https://gist.github.com/sanderpick/4712746
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06:56:04  <julianduque>wetpaint: just do a 'jitsu start' and it should work fine
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06:56:16  <wetpaint>trying ..
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06:56:19  <julianduque>you just hitted a timeout from rackspace
06:57:19  <wetpaint>julianduque: rad. that worked. is there something you did that I can do in the future?
06:58:01  <julianduque>wetpaint: if you see again that rackspace error just 'jitsu start' :)
06:58:15  <wetpaint>okay cool
07:00:06  <julianduque>:)
07:00:30  <wetpaint>another thing .. this app doesn't use http, I was getting this error: https://gist.github.com/sanderpick/4712754 before adding in a dummy express app that listens but will never serve anything ...
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07:01:20  <julianduque>wetpaint: nodejitsu host web apps, so you need to listen to a port > 1024 ;)
07:01:29  <julianduque>you can add a dummy http as you did
07:01:43  <wetpaint>i see, okay ...
07:02:11  <wetpaint>it's kindof a helper process for my main webapp ...
07:02:45  <wetpaint>that makes sense though ... cheers for the help ... I'll just listen on a lonely port :)
07:03:41  <julianduque>what your app do?
07:04:45  <julianduque>btw, great desing
07:17:55  <wetpaint>julianduque: thank you! the main app is really basic media sharing service for rock climbers ... within that community ... the other app, the helper one ... just listens for incoming emails and does some websocket com to the main app ... reply-to-email for comment functionality
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07:22:50  <julianduque>awesome!
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08:21:07  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/0dc5db72ada4...09b2a53be77f
08:21:07  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/4588896
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10:53:57  <ascoppa>anyone getting this error message on log files:
10:53:58  <ascoppa>info Tue, 05 Feb 2013 10:51:44 GMT warn: error raised: Error: listen EADDRINUSE
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10:57:07  <julianduque>ascoppa: where you are seeing those logs?
10:57:22  <julianduque>ascoppa: can you create a gist with the log, also your username and app name
10:57:31  <ascoppa>from nodejitsu page
10:59:08  <ascoppa>sure I'm on it
11:00:07  <julianduque>Thanks!
11:01:22  <ascoppa> Well it looks like nodejitsu is taking a while to give me those logs :P
11:01:38  <julianduque>no problem.. just give me the app name and username so I can check :)
11:02:47  <ascoppa>what do you mean with a username ?
11:03:13  <ascoppa>My app is under: ascoppa.simplechat.jit.su
11:03:19  <ascoppa>it's called simplechat
11:03:20  <julianduque>the one you uses to login with jitsu
11:03:24  <julianduque>so, ascoppa it is :)
11:04:04  <ascoppa>yep but I thought you were asking for credentials
11:04:24  <julianduque>no no, only username, never a password.
11:04:44  <ascoppa>great, We are in the same page :)
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11:06:51  <ascoppa>Also, I'm using a Redis instance from Iris Couch ...( which seems not to be working)
11:07:25  <julianduque>maybe thats the problem, let me check
11:07:30  <ascoppa>thanks :)
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11:13:50  <ascoppa>here's how I'm connecting to redis from node: https://gist.github.com/ascoppa/4713798
11:14:36  <julianduque>thaaaats the problem
11:14:40  <julianduque>remove the auth
11:14:41  <ascoppa>same thing, as the code recommended by nodejitsu handbook
11:15:11  <ascoppa>Okey I would try that...
11:15:29  <ascoppa>and let you know
11:15:40  <ascoppa>the rest should remain the same (the url?)
11:17:00  <julianduque>yup
11:17:01  <julianduque>but no auth
11:17:18  <ascoppa>oka
11:17:36  <ascoppa>I'll give it a shot
11:20:15  <julianduque>let me know if it works
11:20:50  <ascoppa>It crashed :(
11:21:25  <ascoppa>shouldn't I used the connection string ... which includes password ?
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11:22:11  <julianduque>crashed? any error?
11:24:09  <ascoppa>ERR operation not permitted
11:24:18  <ascoppa>Error: Ready check failed: ERR operation not permitted
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11:26:02  <julianduque>ascoppa: put back that auth, deploy again, when you are finnished, tell me so I can check the logs and see what's happening
11:28:00  <ascoppa>done
11:28:39  <ascoppa>It's nice to have continuous deployment :)
11:28:57  <julianduque>are you using it with github?
11:29:05  <ascoppa>yes
11:29:10  <julianduque>awesome!
11:30:35  <julianduque>so, your app is running, but i'm seeing the EADDRINUSE error
11:31:30  <ascoppa>Something pretty strange is that .... when I run the app locally (even using the iris couch redis db) the app work fine ....and also ....the one hosted under nodejitsu
11:32:46  <ascoppa>Yes, but redis isn't working
11:34:59  <ascoppa>before being able to do contin. deploymend I deleted and re deploy the app several times ...using the same name ...
11:35:05  <ascoppa>could that be an issue ?
11:35:31  <julianduque>we are checking right now
11:35:39  <julianduque>Can I deploy your app locally?
11:35:59  <ascoppa>yes if you have npm
11:36:13  <julianduque>let me try it
11:42:16  <ascoppa>please let me know if you need something
11:42:41  <julianduque>ascoppa: still investigating :)
11:43:06  <julianduque>i found the error :p
11:43:19  <julianduque>change var server = io.connect('http://localhost:8080');
11:43:26  <julianduque>to io.connect();
11:43:30  <ascoppa>ohhh
11:43:34  <julianduque>you are trying to connect to localhost :p
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11:43:43  <ascoppa>that's embarrassing
11:43:45  <julianduque>is not a redis problem
11:43:57  <julianduque>shame on you!!!!
11:44:01  <julianduque>hehehe
11:44:02  <ascoppa>:(
11:44:02  <julianduque>just kidding
11:44:08  <julianduque>it happens all the time
11:44:10  <julianduque>believe me
11:44:14  <ascoppa>jasjjs
11:45:11  <julianduque>ascoppa: i'm seeing in your app a proxy.js file, are you using it?
11:46:12  <ascoppa>no.
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11:47:07  <julianduque>ascoppa: ok, just checking :)
11:48:17  <ascoppa>the only js I'm including are jquery, socket.io and a seperate file for the client javascript
11:50:32  <ascoppa>Ohh I think that I should change the port where the server is listening too ... ?
11:50:54  <ascoppa>cause now I'm getting "An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}"
11:51:03  <ascoppa>in index.html
11:51:31  <julianduque>if you use io.connect(); it will connect to your socket.io server
11:53:08  <ascoppa>regardless the port the server is listening?
11:53:48  <julianduque>yup
11:53:55  <ascoppa>Well now it looks like it's working
11:54:16  <julianduque>let me try it
11:55:08  <ascoppa>even there are a lot of open connections .... I would need to flush redis
11:55:20  <ascoppa>:)
11:55:24  <ascoppa>I got your message
11:55:41  <julianduque>perfect then!
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11:56:59  <ascoppa>Thanks :)
11:57:20  <ascoppa>I appreciate it
11:57:44  <julianduque>Con gusto!
11:58:23  <ascoppa>just one more thing. ...do you know how can I connect to iris couch ....having the connection string ?
11:58:59  <ascoppa>is it directly from the shell
11:59:09  <julianduque>redis cli -h <host> -p 6379 -a user:pass
11:59:15  <julianduque>sorry.. redis-cli
11:59:20  <ascoppa>GREAT :)
11:59:33  <ascoppa>Better than heroku
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12:01:10  <ascoppa>See ya , have a nice day
12:01:58  <julianduque>same to you
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14:26:42  <bafio>Hi I've this problem https://gist.github.com/anonymous/4714757
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14:31:45  <bafio>some help??
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14:48:31  <bafio>no one??
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14:53:58  <lpin>bafio try again, if you get the same error try adding "analyze": false in your package.json
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14:54:32  <lpin>if it still doesn't work wait a nodejitsu guy
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15:04:41  <bafio>thank you lpin
15:05:06  <lpin>bafio, np
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15:08:10  <nathan7>bafio: hi
15:08:22  <bafio>hi
15:08:48  <nathan7>Did you resolve the issue or do you need assistance?
15:09:10  <bafio>I need assistance
15:13:29  <nathan7>Okay
15:13:31  <nathan7>How can I help you?
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15:14:17  <bafio>I have this problem when I try to deploy my app https://gist.github.com/anonymous/4714757
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15:14:58  <nathan7>Hmm
15:15:11  <nathan7>Do you have any disk space left?
15:15:19  <nathan7>ENOSPC is 'no space left on device'
15:15:41  <nathan7>It's trying to pack up your app to send it to our servers but it can't because there is no disk space
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15:21:52  <bafio>sorry, on my computer have I not sufficient space?
15:23:39  <nathan7>Yes.
15:24:58  <bafio>19 GB are not sufficient??
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15:26:11  <nathan7>bafio: err, okay, that's interesting
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15:28:35  <bafio>I might add that before you get to the point that you see in the picture, you have to wait quite a while
15:31:32  <nathan7>Hmm
15:31:41  <nathan7>Can you try doing npm pack?
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15:51:38  <jcrugzz>bafio: just run npm pack in your apps current directory
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15:56:05  <nathan7>bafio: Just run npm pack
15:56:09  <nathan7>bafio: Like you run jitsu deploy
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16:02:59  <bafio>ok it seems work now
16:03:20  <bafio>thank you for the patience ;)
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18:13:30  <wesbos>hey guys, how does nodejitsu handle cario?
18:13:46  <wesbos>I know you have something in the docs about c++ addsons but github is down right now and I can't read them
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18:15:13  <yawnt>wesbos: what library does it need?
18:15:28  <wesbos>yawnt node canvas
18:15:29  <yawnt>or do you mean cairo?
18:15:32  <wesbos>yeah sorry
18:15:34  <yawnt>wesbos: yes it works :)
18:15:38  <wesbos>sweet
18:15:40  <wesbos>thanks!
18:15:44  <yawnt>pleasure!
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18:22:43  <jaha>Hello all
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18:24:14  <blakmatrix>hello
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18:25:13  <jcrugzz>ello
18:25:48  <jaha>Need some advice on this workflow, I have a node instance running on Nodejitsu and among other things it is serving up multiple apps/games to clients that are requesting them, I want to manage the apps/games outside the source for the server and possibly do a continous deployment where when i push to master say on Bitbucket it will update the served files on the server or perhaps on S3. Any suggestions on hwo to set this up?
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18:27:19  <jaha>Im assuming there is no way to do this through nodejitsu since the app needs to be deployed in whole and it doesnt make sense to create seperate instances to serve esentially static assets
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18:29:40  <yawnt>jaha: i'm not sure i understood what you mean
18:29:58  <yawnt>what kind of games?
18:29:59  <yawnt>jaha: you have a node.js app running on nodejitsu which servers games right?
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18:30:39  <blakmatrix>jaha: not sure i follow your use case exactly, but if you can get configure bitbucket to hit our webhook service you sould be able to get it to work that way
18:30:57  <jaha>yea and bascially im trying to figure out the best way (place) to serve those games from so they can be updated independtly and frequently
18:32:20  <jaha>blakmatrix: that would work if I wanted to update the whole app running on nodejitsu im assuming, but there is no way to update individual folders or files that way right?
18:32:20  <yawnt>jaha: yeah but what are those games?
18:32:22  <yawnt>flash games?
18:32:24  <jaha>html5
18:32:44  <yawnt>clientside js games?
18:32:47  <yawnt>ok
18:32:47  <jaha>yes
18:32:55  <yawnt>so you can probably push stuff to S3
18:33:00  <yawnt>then list the content using S3 api
18:33:13  <yawnt>and serve each "game" dinamically via your app
18:33:36  <jaha>thats kinda what i was thinking
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18:34:53  <yawnt>so you don't have to update the app
18:35:03  <yawnt>you just push new stuff to S3 and it gets updated automaticallt
18:36:32  <jcrugzz>assuming the links stay the same that should work
18:36:57  <yawnt>you just do like
18:37:04  <yawnt>list_bucket() and iterate throught the files
18:37:15  <yawnt>*through
18:38:06  <jaha>yea thanks, ill have to look into a "post service hook" on bitbucket a bit further
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18:43:17  <jumbastic>I'd like to deploy a changed version of my app to the same subdomain, is there a special command?
18:43:56  <yawnt>jitsu deploy
18:44:04  <yawnt>:)
18:44:19  <jumbastic>thx :)
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19:00:38  <jumbastic>is it possible to delete an app which has already been deployed and is running
19:01:38  <blakmatrix1>jumbastic: yes
19:01:47  <blakmatrix1>`jitsu apps destroy`
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19:03:19  <jumbastic>the name in the package.json was "app123" , is it jitsu app123 destroy then?
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19:04:06  <jumbastic>or i try first and ask then , one second
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19:06:03  <jcrugzz>jumbastic: if you are in the directory of the app it will read it from the package.json
19:06:23  <yawnt>jcrugzz: if the app is always the same and you changed just the code
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19:06:44  <yawnt>it's just jitsu deploy, otherwise what jcrugzz said :)
19:07:09  <jumbastic>ah ok :)
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20:24:04  <booyaa>mmalecki++ for !gh dotfiles
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20:27:50  <mmalecki>booyaa: my dotfiles?
20:27:54  <mmalecki>they are fine, I guess
20:28:06  <booyaa>yup homeslice vim setup is perfect
20:28:23  <booyaa>it's like my brain only using 20% of it, but it's pretty sweet
20:28:37  <mmalecki>vim, these I'm proud of
20:29:24  <booyaa>your config has brought my vim editor experience as close as visual studio (don't hate)
20:29:31  <booyaa>which is a compliment
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20:32:42  <mmalecki>nice
20:33:14  <mmalecki>thanks :)
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20:34:08  <jcrugzz>mmalecki: caught off guard by a compliment
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20:34:41  <mmalecki>:)
20:34:42  <jcrugzz>I knew nice people existed
20:41:14  <st_luke>w00t
20:41:18  <st_luke>mmalecki++
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20:47:37  <jlarrigan>Has anyone used nodejitsu with amazon rds? I am trying to open up the security settings to allow access from nodejitsu (165.225.130.0/23) which isn't working.
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21:02:14  <jcrugzz>jlarrigan: Does amazon rds have any type of built in auth? Or just an ipconfig type deal
21:02:42  <jcrugzz>or however you go about restricting IPs and such
21:03:59  <jlarrigan>It looks like this - http://cl.ly/image/0F1e3f0z0m3h
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21:07:48  <jcrugzz>jlarrigan: I'm not sure if you are going to be able to open access via IP, and if you were able to, technically any nodejitsu app could access your db. mmalecki, blakmatrix or someone may be able to give some more insight
21:08:44  <jlarrigan>Ok thanks. That sounds like nodejitsu might not play well with mysql then. bummer
21:09:11  <nathan7>jlarrigan: those are our load balancers
21:09:54  <nathan7>jlarrigan: But you probably want to avoid opening things up by IP
21:10:15  <jlarrigan>nathan7: Thanks, I do not have any other option outside of opening up via IP
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21:12:31  <mmalecki>yeah, we know outgoing IPs
21:12:33  <mmalecki>just a sec
21:12:46  <mmalecki>165.225.134.101, 165.225.134.102, 165.225.134.103, 165.225.134.104
21:14:08  <jlarrigan>I will try them real quick.
21:15:09  <jlarrigan>That was it! Thanks guys!
21:17:13  <mmalecki>pleasure :)
21:17:23  <mmalecki>what's the deal with opening up those IPs btw?
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21:17:32  <mmalecki>doesn't mysql have, like, auth?
21:17:54  <jcrugzz>I guess amazon rds doesnt
21:18:04  <jlarrigan>It has auth but that's after you get through it's acl
21:18:15  <jcrugzz>ah interesting
21:18:27  <jlarrigan>great/not great
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21:23:34  <bish_>hi
21:23:51  <bish_>i'm trying to subscribe to the Micro plan
21:24:07  <bish_>but can't, it keeps saying "2046 Declined"
21:24:38  <bish_>i checked with my bank and they said no debit requests have been made by anyone
21:24:46  <bish_>what could the issue be? please help
21:25:00  <bish_>i'm "anupbishnoi"
21:26:38  <jcrugzz>nathan7/blakmatrix/mmalecki
21:26:56  <nathan7>bish_: Hi
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21:27:37  <nathan7>I see a subscription that's disabled
21:28:05  <nathan7>No wait, that's the dev sandbox
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21:31:57  <nathan7>bish_: As far as I can tell you have no subscription
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21:38:35  <nathan7>bish_: That probably means your credit card hasn't been verified yet
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21:45:50  <blakmatrix1>bish_: when did you get this 2046 error?
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21:48:59  <blakmatrix1>bish_: it's possible if it was recent that your bank might not have gotten any information on the transaction
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22:01:37  <bish_>so should i wait and try to do this again? i only just added the billing info and then tried to subscribe to a plan
22:06:36  <blakmatrix1>bish_: did you get my pm?
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22:12:26  <blakmatrix1>bish_: could I get you're e-mail adress to follow up with you in private?
22:12:51  <blakmatrix1>bish_: actually just send me an e-mail farrin.reid@nodejitsu.com
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22:17:42  <drewww>has anyone else had trouble getting connect-redis session stores working on nodejitsu? works fine locally (with either a local redis instance or an iris remote instance) but seems to break on the deployed version (ie req.session is always undefined)
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22:22:02  <nathan7>I've had it working fine, other people have too
22:22:45  <nathan7>Try running it locally with NODE_ENV=production
22:24:36  <drewww>hmm, good thought
22:27:18  <drewww>still works fine locally
22:27:42  <drewww>will have to try to isolate it down to a test case and see what's up
22:27:55  <drewww>glad to know other people have it working, so there's something wrong on my end
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22:50:43  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master 0618c1c Jarrett Cruger: [fix] Couple link fixes on the Readme
22:50:43  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master 185ef6c Maciej Małecki: Merge pull request #18 from jcrugzz/minor-readme-fixes...
22:50:43  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master 3d3e091 Maciej Małecki: [doc] Add LICENSE file...
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23:08:46  <ascoppa>Hi guys I have an app hosted on nodejitsu called simpleChat my username is ascoppa .... here's the thing, When some join the chat I'm getting multiple connections when it should be only one ...This works fine when running locally (using the same DB in both cases) but when I run it in nodejitsu I got additional connections.
23:09:06  <ascoppa>Here's a gist file https://gist.github.com/anonymous/4718537 containing the log
23:10:11  <ascoppa>Does Nodejitsu use workers ...or anything else that could generate redundant connections?
23:10:40  <blakmatrix1>ascoppa: how many drones do you have running? I doubt thats the issue but its worth asking
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23:11:03  <ascoppa>1 out of 1
23:11:16  <blakmatrix1>can you show me your app
23:11:20  <ascoppa>that's the default value I guess
23:11:36  <ascoppa>http://ascoppa.simplechat.jit.su
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23:11:46  <ascoppa>my user name is ascoppa
23:12:01  <blakmatrix1>wow
23:12:10  <blakmatrix1>just populated my name all up in there
23:12:26  <ascoppa>Yes that's pretty strange
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23:12:54  <ascoppa>For some reason...log files show multiple connections
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23:13:18  <blakmatrix1>ascoppa: well you can make multipl connections from one browser
23:13:45  <ascoppa>When I run the same app locally (using the same DB from iris couch) I don't get multiple connections
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23:15:49  <ascoppa>any clue?
23:17:09  <ascoppa>the app is textbook.... a chat using node.js + socket.io
23:17:23  <ascoppa>there isn't any complicated logic inside
23:17:59  <ascoppa>a redis instance is involved too ...but that's working fine
23:18:31  <ascoppa>I think it has to be something regarding the enviroment
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23:22:28  <mnutt>I had an app that I was having an issue with so I tried deleting and recreating it, only to find out that when I try to recreate it I get {"statusCode":404,"result":{"error":"not_found","reason":"deleted","status":404}}
23:22:34  <mnutt>is there a way to bring it back?
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23:22:47  <mnutt>to redeploy over it, rather
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23:24:38  <blakmatrix1>mnutt: sometimes tha databas takes a bit to let you deploy over
23:24:48  <blakmatrix1>mnutt: i've never seen it take more than 15 minutes
23:25:06  <mnutt>blakmatrix1: it's been a couple of days for me
23:27:24  <blakmatrix1>whast the username/appname ?
23:28:02  <blakmatrix1>ascoppa: I need to see your server code, it seems to be server side related
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23:32:15  <mnutt>blakmatrix1: mnutt / hummingbird
23:34:03  <ascoppa>Sure.... It's on github ...https://github.com/ascoppa/simpleChat
23:34:17  <ascoppa>switch to branch nodejitsu
23:34:36  <ascoppa>this would do the trick : https://github.com/ascoppa/simpleChat/tree/nodejitsu
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23:46:45  <blakmatrix1>mnutt: try now
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23:53:24  <ascoppa>blakmatrix1 let me know If you need anything else
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23:59:57  <blakmatrix1>hmmm