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01:07:02  <mikemorris>any reason why cluster.fork() would spawn a worker object successfully, but that worker would never come online? no 'online' event emitted, and worker status stays as 'none'
01:07:48  <mikemorris>attempted to debug behind haibu locally, but having issues getting it up, app runs fine locally outside of a nodejitsu-ish environment
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01:10:20  <blakmatrix>mikemorris: we do not recommend that users use cluster on nodejitsu individual plans 256MB drones are generally to small to support it
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01:12:41  <mikemorris>I'm fine upgrading to a business plan if it's just a memory issue
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01:14:08  <blakmatrix>mikemorris: you would need to provision a 512 or 1024 RAM drone if under a business plan
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01:25:18  <mikemorris>deployed to a 512mb drone and seeing the same issue
01:25:43  <blakmatrix>username/appname?
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01:26:30  <blakmatrix>mikemorris: ^
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01:27:03  <mikemorris>no errors in log, the forked worker just never emits an 'online' event or switches status to 'online', even though i can tell the script specified in cluster.setMaster is running by sticking some console.logs in it
01:27:08  <mikemorris>nclud/beercamp
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01:42:29  <blakmatrix>mikemorris: devops is checking into the issue
01:42:37  <mikemorris>aight, thanks
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01:49:00  <albertd>hi all
01:49:12  <blakmatrix>albertd: hi
01:49:34  <albertd>blakmatrix: small question how can i see if i have enough drones?
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01:51:12  <albertd>blakmatrix: or is this the connrefused message?
01:51:41  <blakmatrix>albertd: we currently don't have a dashboard to identify such things, so you either have to install a monitoring service yourself or build one from scratch
01:51:55  <blakmatrix>albertd: are you experiencing high traffic load or something?
01:52:23  <albertd>blakmatrix: i know we have very high traffic during the day (CET timezone)
01:52:48  <albertd>blakmatrix: but would like to check if we enabled enough drones per app
01:53:26  <albertd>blakmatrix: do you have an example on monitoring service?
01:55:05  <blakmatrix>albertd: this blog post includes a few http://blog.nodejitsu.com/waiting-for-godot and so does this SO article http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12785005/remote-monitoring-of-system-stats-with-node-js
01:56:21  <albertd>blakmatrix: very useful! thx
01:56:31  <albertd>blakmatrix: how is everything?
01:56:47  <indexzero>albertd: We will be rolling out more metrics and monitoring over the next month
01:56:51  <indexzero>now that business plans are live it's out top priority
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01:57:59  <albertd>indexzero: very nice! looking forward to it, also for business plans multi datacenter possibility?
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02:01:29  <yeti>help!
02:01:30  <indexzero>albertd: It's on our roadmap, I can't speak to the exact timeline
02:01:49  <albertd>indexzero: ok thx
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02:04:08  <blakmatrix>yeti: what seems to be the problem ?
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02:07:02  <yeti>hi, we keeping see this problem in our logs;
02:07:09  <yeti>Allocation failed - process out of memory
02:07:16  <yeti>FATAL ERROR: Committing semi space failed.
02:07:26  <yeti>and
02:07:27  <yeti>FATAL ERROR: Evacuation
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02:08:28  <yeti>we've had a lot of deploy issues for the last week - since we upgraded from an individual to biz account
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02:10:10  <yeti>@blakmatrix I just deleted our app and reployed, maybe this will help?
02:10:45  <blakmatrix>yeti: it sounds like your app might be choking the 256MB drone your deploying to
02:11:00  <blakmatrix>yeti: what is username/appname?
02:11:22  <yeti>yeti/YetiAPI
02:11:28  <blakmatrix>I need that infor to check the drone you hit
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02:11:56  <yeti>@blakmatrix we're not really doing much right now, with basically zero traffic, not sure what we could be doing to cause that
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02:13:51  <yeti>@blakmatrix: I also tried deploying with --ram 1024 option
02:14:15  <yeti>@blakmatrix: wasn't sure what options there were for setting the VM size
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02:14:45  <blakmatrix>yeti: the ramm option is only for business plans so it wont take affect
02:15:28  <blakmatrix>yeti is thre a point you see the memory errors ?
02:15:30  <yeti>@blakmatrix: we have a biz plan
02:15:42  <blakmatrix>does it happen when you do something or after a certain time?
02:15:56  <yeti>@blakmatrix: I can't figure it out, it seems random
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02:22:12  <blakmatrix>yeti: sec i am pinging our devops
02:22:33  <yeti>@blakmatrix: thanks
02:24:38  <blakmatrix>yeti: try running `jitsu apps cloud yeti/YetiAPI joyent us-east-1 --ram 1024 --debug` for me
02:24:54  <blakmatrix>gist me the output
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02:26:50  <yeti>ok
02:26:56  <yeti>@blackmatrix: ok
02:27:16  <blakmatrix>yeti: if you drop the yeti/YetiAPI part it should work too
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02:29:08  <yeti>@blakmatrix: I think I may have resolved it, I found a bug in our code... verifying...
02:29:22  <blakmatrix>yeti: was it a memory leak ?
02:30:43  <yeti>@blakmatrix: I don't think so, a undefined variable - but I don't see how it could have cause a memory leak...
02:31:22  <blakmatrix>yeti: let me know when you run that command i sent you
02:32:45  <yeti>@blakmatrix: that command doesn't seem to run, 'jitsu apps cloud yeti/YetiAPI joyent us-east-1 --ram 1024 --debug'
02:33:48  <blakmatrix>try `jitsu apps cloud joyent us-east-1 --ram 1024 --debug`
02:33:53  <indexzero>yeti: 'jitsu apps cloud YetiAPI joyent us-east-1 --ram 1024 --debug
02:33:57  <yeti>updaing jitsu....
02:33:59  <blakmatrix>and gist me the output
02:34:03  <indexzero>what blakmatrix will work if you're in the application directory
02:34:11  <indexzero>the command I sent will work anywhere
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02:36:32  <yeti>ok, one sec... gisting
02:36:54  <indexzero>yeti: Looks like that last one worked just fine
02:37:10  <indexzero>if you're getting out of memory errors after deploys it is likely a memory leak
02:37:36  <yeti>@indexzero yeah, seems to be fixed now
02:37:39  <indexzero>if you're seeing failed deployments with out of memory errors that's a different story
02:37:50  <indexzero>yeti: Ok. Thanks for being a business customer! you rock :)
02:38:46  <yeti>@indexzero, @blakmatrix: https://gist.github.com/adastra/5001540
02:39:11  <indexzero>yeti: everything looks fine in ther
02:39:13  <indexzero>*there
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02:40:21  <yeti>@indexzero: thanks, I think I've got it now. Thanks for the help.
02:40:25  <indexzero>yeti: anytime
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02:41:08  <Raj__>Hi I have been having this issue from this afternoon
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02:42:21  <Raj__>one of the npm installs has a problem (but not sure why that problem is not occuring locally)
02:42:35  <Raj__>it occurs only when I run the app in server
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02:51:36  <blakmatrix>Raj_: what is the module that has an issue?
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07:38:49  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] indexzero pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/5314Fg
07:38:50  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master e220c01 indexzero: [fix doc] Update message to users when logging in. Fixes #395.
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07:40:44  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/8e3e319abbaf...e220c01a91fe
07:40:44  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/4950124
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11:47:26  <bjartwolf>I have reported an issue on routing for my application, but I'm thinking, while I wait, to see if there is a way around my issues. Basically, I want to have valid cert for https://nodespdemo.jyt.eu.ams1.jit.su/
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11:47:53  <bjartwolf>But if I go to that link, there is already some nodejitsu-features that picks up the https-connection and handles that for me.
11:48:37  <bjartwolf>I'm just wondering if I plug in the secure-options in express to get https, what will happen... there is already some certificate and some routing in place ther, only it's not valid.
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11:52:39  <julianduque>bjartwolf: Yes, we know about that issue and we are working on enabling ssl support to that subdomains.
11:52:39  <julianduque>as business plans are intented mainly on custom ssl domains
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11:53:59  <bjartwolf>julianduque: yes, so I was just wondering on configuring custom ssl when there is already some hook of some sort that picks that up.
11:54:37  <bjartwolf>If I configure express to use https, and add the certs there, will that not somehow conflict with what is already in place?
11:54:43  <julianduque>bjartwolf: do you have the keys and the domain ready for your app? we can add the keys
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11:55:07  <bjartwolf>No, I don't, but I was thinking of getting some if that solves it. So you have to add the keys for me?
11:55:08  <julianduque>bjartwolf: we add the keys for you, just send it in the support ticket you got
11:55:47  <bjartwolf>Ok. So I should just by a cert first for the domain. Any preferred vendors? I'll just go buy some cheap stuff.
11:56:00  <bjartwolf>I'll just buy something for that long one and add it to the ticket.
11:56:03  <julianduque>We use comodo
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12:00:26  <bjartwolf>Node.js isn't listed among the looooooooooong list of server software :)
12:00:29  <bjartwolf>OTHER
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12:01:28  <julianduque>90 day free trial, perfect
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12:03:08  <bjartwolf>Great, trying to buy a cert from Comodo, and just get "Permission denied" in validation without any explanation. Computer says no.
12:04:11  <dileep>i have uploaded images in temp folder nd now want to copy that files to the another directory
12:04:49  <julianduque>dileep: are you using express?
12:05:04  <dileep>yes
12:05:07  <julianduque>dileep: see if this helps http://www.hacksparrow.com/handle-file-uploads-in-express-node-js.html
12:05:21  <dileep>it doesnt works
12:05:37  <julianduque>dileep: why?
12:05:58  <julianduque>dileep: are you getting an error? can you create a gist with it?
12:06:39  <dileep>tried no.of times but cannot to be in another directory
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12:08:27  <julianduque>dileep: and something like this https://gist.github.com/julianduque/0471a1c3c0fe34569245 ?
12:08:53  <julianduque>dileep: whats your username/appname so I can check the logs for errors
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12:17:00  <booyaa>woo signed up for 2nd lnug nodecopter event!
12:17:31  <dileep>needs like the file i uploaded it goes to temp,the same to the work folder
12:18:20  <julianduque>booyaa: awesome!!!
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12:19:00  <julianduque>dileep: can you paster a snippet with the code are you trying to run?
12:19:16  <julianduque>dileep: paster in a gist of course :)
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12:22:37  <bjartwolf>julianduque: To register and SSL with nodespdemo.jyt.eu.ams1.jit.su I have to add an approver email for something@jit.su
12:22:48  <bjartwolf>I get a list of webmaster@jit.su, admin@jit.su... etc.
12:23:06  <julianduque>bjartwolf: no.. wait
12:23:28  <bjartwolf>yup.
12:23:37  <julianduque>bjartwolf: the cert is for custom domain not jit.su, we need to buy and install those not you
12:23:50  <bjartwolf>ah, ok.
12:24:01  <julianduque>bjartwolf: if you want a cert for yourawesomeapp.com
12:24:03  <bjartwolf>so I need to register my own domain for the app, and then buy a ssl for that custom daomin.
12:24:07  <bjartwolf>get it
12:24:11  <bjartwolf>makes sense :)
12:24:33  <julianduque>bjartwolf: we are working on enabling he certs for *jyt.eu.ams1.jit.su and stuff, but we aren't ready yet
12:24:39  <bjartwolf>Considering just waiting to see if it works out:)
12:24:50  <bjartwolf>Any idea of time-frame?
12:25:25  <julianduque>I will ask for it and when I know about it i'll update your ticket with the info
12:25:49  <bjartwolf>cool. sounds like that would be the best option, then.
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12:28:46  <julianduque>bjartwolf: if you are going to pay for a cert it's better if you are paying for your own domain ;)
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13:17:51  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/forever#51 (master - dc1c3f9 : Charlie Robbins): The build is still failing.
13:17:51  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/forever/compare/3b3d04b34de8...dc1c3f935f14
13:17:51  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/forever/builds/4955816
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14:11:59  <leommoore>Can anyone help with a deployment error? I am getting 'Hostname/IP doesn't match certificate's altnames' when I try to deploy (see https://gist.github.com/leommoore/5004896 for the output details), Thanks
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14:14:38  <yawnt>leommoore: are you trying to create an https server?
14:16:05  <leommoore>No, just a regular http, through express
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14:17:40  <leommoore>The server.js code is available on https://github.com/leommoore/auth-service.git
14:19:49  <yawnt>lookin :)
14:21:12  <leommoore>Thanks +yawnt, I am using cookie and sessions but I am not using a https yet.
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14:22:05  <yawnt>leommoore: you can't connect to a local mongodb database :)
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14:22:40  <yawnt>leommoore: can i pull down your snapshot locally to see what's wrong?
14:24:14  <leommoore>+yawnt: sure, be my guest. It's really just a hello world auth service.
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14:25:16  <yawnt>leommoore: because that error usually appears when an url is mispelled
14:26:35  <leommoore>+yawnt: Could it be related to the subdomai?
14:26:39  <leommoore>+yawnt: Could it be related to the subdomain?
14:26:58  <yawnt>leommoore: no
14:27:35  <yawnt>leommoore: i'm installin mongo, one second
14:28:49  <yawnt>leommoore: is it a problem you're seeing constantly when deploying or is it the first time you get it?
14:30:43  <leommoore>+yawnt: every time I deploy. I did change my mongo database to point at MongoHQ but I was having the issue before and after but it does run successfully locally on both my local mongodb and on the hosted mongodb
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14:31:45  <yawnt>leommoore: can you run `jitsu deploy --debug` and updat the gist with that output?
14:32:27  <leommoore>+yawnt: in progress
14:32:56  <yawnt>leommoore: actually, use a new gist please
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14:35:41  <leommoore>+yawnt: Is on https://gist.github.com/leommoore/5005101
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14:36:23  <yawnt>leommoore: thank you
14:37:21  <yawnt>leommoore: can you try this please? run `jitsu destroy` , set your version to '0.0.0' in package.json
14:37:24  <yawnt>and redeploy?
14:40:27  <yawnt>leommoore: uh i think i found out what it is
14:40:44  <yawnt>leommoore: can you tell me what does `jitsu config get remoteHost` show?
14:40:54  <leommoore>+yawnt: doing rign now
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14:44:18  <leommoore>+yawnt: It comes back with - remoteHost api.nodejitsu.com
14:44:54  <yawnt>leommoore: i see, one second
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14:47:00  <Raj_>HI I am having this issue from yesterday. My APP runs locally but not is server.. actually it runs in server (with a differetn APP name in different drone)..
14:47:21  <Raj_>should I try to create a new drone & try to deploy again?
14:47:41  <Raj_>both APP has same code. one works one doesnt work
14:48:26  <Raj_>there were some changes I made to the app which doesnt work..but thats noway related to the error i am getting
14:48:43  <Sly>Raj_: So you're trying to run the same app under different subdomains and such, or you're trying to scale up the max drones?
14:49:09  <Raj_>different subdomains
14:49:31  <Sly>Can you gist the error, and give me the username and application names you're using?
14:52:04  <Raj_>its throwing an error when I query CartoDB. When i see the log its throwing error in response.writeheader (weird thing is it works locally and in other subdomain)
14:52:15  <Raj_>username:sasakistrategies
14:52:40  <Raj_>AppName:MyCampusResults
14:52:54  <yawnt>leommoore: are you behind a proxy?
14:53:33  <Raj_>yes
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14:56:54  <Sly>Raj_: the latest errors in MyCampusResults suggests that the writeHeader isn't the problem, but rather empty results from the database.
14:57:19  <Sly>I'm seeing things like "[02/20 18:03:25 EST] TypeError: Cannot read property '0' of undefined"
14:57:29  <leommoore>+yawnt: No, there is a NAT router but no proxy
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14:57:51  <Raj_>i see that..
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14:58:44  <Raj_>but i can get the query returning locally and in other APP
14:58:48  <Raj_>which is weird
14:58:52  <leommoore>+yawnt: Anyhow it seems that the problem is when it is trying to start the app on nodejitsu.
14:59:06  <Sly>Raj_: are you handling errors in your callback?
14:59:21  <Sly>I.E., function (err, data) { if (err) throw err; }
14:59:22  <yawnt>leommoore: yep, i found out where the problem is
14:59:35  <yawnt>leommoore: but it's going to take a bit to fix it unfortunately
14:59:39  <yawnt>i apologize for the inconvenience
15:00:51  <Raj_>YES
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15:03:28  <Raj_>i am console logging errors as well
15:04:06  <leommoore>+yawnt: I'm just testing at the moment so its not critical. At least it can be fixed :-)
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15:04:42  <yawnt>leommoore: thanks :)
15:05:58  <Sly>Raj_: do you use a local database?
15:06:17  <leommoore>+yawnt: Any guess as to how long it will take? (just to save me checking every day until it's fixed)
15:06:30  <Raj_>@Sly: I double checked the code.. running locally without any error
15:06:46  <yawnt>leommoore: if you leave pm me your mail address i can write you as soon as it's fixed :)
15:07:20  <Raj_>one thing i always have trouble seeing logs in nodejitsu.. it always goes off after first time u see the log
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15:08:25  <Sly>Raj_: Hm?
15:08:46  <leommoore>+yawnt: Will do. Thanks for your help
15:09:04  <yawnt>leommoore: you can either pm me here or write me at yawnt[at]nodejitsu
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15:09:23  <yawnt>ehm wat?
15:10:59  <Raj_>really not sure whats going may be this is not even a nodejitsu issue :)
15:11:12  <Raj_>but cant think of any possible scenario..
15:11:27  <Raj_>for the fact it runs in another APP
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15:14:05  <Raj_>i will try to do a bit more of logging (may be line by line)
15:14:14  <Raj_>not sure where it is failing though
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15:16:04  <Sly>Raj_: yeah, not really sure what's going on.. but it doesn't look like a Nodejitsu error. Seems like _listTables is having trouble.
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15:16:10  <Sly>I can't really tell why, though.
15:16:16  <Sly>Been digging through your snapshot for a minute now
15:16:54  <Raj_>hmm.. okay thanks for the help.. I will try what I can do! :)
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15:38:33  <jlloyd>on the new business plans, pricing is in terms of "drones", how does the drone memory amount factor into pricing?
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15:41:08  <Sly>jlloyd: they don't, that I'm aware of. It's just a flat rate, unless you get the large business plans. Then it's per drone, per hour.
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15:45:58  <jlloyd>so drones are all still 256mb also for business plans, but there can be multiple drones per 256, 512, or 1024 VM?
15:46:31  <Sly>As far as I'm aware of, yes.
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15:50:28  <jlloyd>still a tad vague, especially given the huge difference in pricing between individual and business plans, some further clarification in the docs would help
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16:02:10  <ArxPoetica>Anyone on here have a good way of estimating costs for an application?
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16:02:23  <ArxPoetica>I realize there are tons of variables going into such an equation.
16:02:37  <ArxPoetica>Just trying to figure out where to start.
16:02:46  <ArxPoetica>I have a major application that needs to go live in March.
16:03:02  <ArxPoetica>And I'm trying to put together some estimates on a limited budget.
16:03:29  <jlloyd>looking at the docs again it seems that business plan drones can be 256, 512, or 1024mb; if the price per drone ~$24; why not just use max memory per drone of 1024mb unless there is something missing in the docs
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16:05:17  <mikemorris>price is per drone "unit" of 256mb
16:06:38  <jlloyd>so one 512 drone = 2 drone price "units"?
16:07:27  <mikemorris>seems to be that way from what i found last night
16:08:36  <jlloyd>this is what I was thinking
16:08:44  <mikemorris>had to stop the second drone on my biz plan in order to reallocate 512mb to a single drone, jitsu gives a billing error otherwise
16:08:58  <mikemorris>yea, pricing desc could be a bit clearer
16:10:04  <jlloyd>docs/marketing should really put pricing in terms of memory and not in drone count for business plans
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16:40:53  <ArxPoetica>what jlloyd said
16:40:57  <ArxPoetica>about pricing
16:41:02  <ArxPoetica>it would be nice to understand that
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16:45:06  <ArxPoetica>I mean, the REALLY critical thing is understanding what a DRONE really means.
16:45:22  <ArxPoetica>It's not like people make business decisions when the word "drone" is thrown at them.
16:45:34  <ArxPoetica>Rather, they go, what the? What's a DRONE?
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16:49:01  <anoemi>ArxPoetica: i might be missing some pieces of the conversation, but you're saying its just not clear what we mean by drone?
16:49:30  <ArxPoetica>no
16:49:35  <ArxPoetica>well, yes
16:50:00  <ArxPoetica>But I'm saying, when a person goes to your website, for example, and tries to make business decisions and sees the word "drone" leap out at them
16:50:08  <ArxPoetica>It doesn't really help in the cost analysis
16:50:40  <ArxPoetica>Usually people want to understand what that means in terms of kb or ram or whatever else
16:50:58  <ArxPoetica>mb
16:51:08  <anoemi>yep. that makes perfect sense.
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16:52:29  <ArxPoetica>So, for example, how much does a drone handle?
16:52:39  <ArxPoetica>I would like to see a way to make an easy analysis of that.
16:53:03  <anoemi>i'm wondering whether a two part approach would help
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16:53:20  <ArxPoetica>might be
16:53:30  <anoemi>1) clarify that individual plans run on 256 MB slices of VMs
16:53:42  <ArxPoetica>right
16:53:54  <anoemi>2) offer some anecdotes that people can match up to their real world experience
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16:54:21  <anoemi>i.e. 'want to host your blog? a micro individual plan is probably right for you...'
16:54:36  <ArxPoetica>that would be awesome
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16:55:14  <ArxPoetica>So, for example, there are other services that are cheaper…but the easier you guys slice this hosting experience (time == $$), it makes the decision easier to sell
16:55:27  <anoemi>sure
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16:55:47  <anoemi>ArxPoetica would you mind helping me out a little?
16:55:49  <ArxPoetica>I'm trying to figure out how to sell it in terms of actual hard numbers right now.
16:55:57  <anoemi>we've been testing out a system for logging feedback
16:56:16  <ArxPoetica>Put in plain terms, I have the option of going with AWS and doing it myself.
16:56:30  <ArxPoetica>But I don't have the time to figure out all the IT problems/solutions.
16:56:31  <anoemi>if you could put this in there, it would be much appreciated
16:56:43  <ArxPoetica>I'd be happy to.
16:56:58  <anoemi>sweet. i'll PM you details
16:57:06  <ArxPoetica>cool
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17:03:00  <ehecatl>Hi, just wondering if anyone knows of some "known issue" that results in new socket.io connections not being accepted by the server any more, a couple of days after starting the app. Then, restarting the app is all that helps, nothing in the logs.... Connection in the browser to /socket.io/1/ just hangs, stays "pending"
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17:05:09  <Sly>ehecatl: I haven't seen anyone else mention any socket.io errors.
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17:13:21  <cronopio>ehecatl: check what transportes you got enabled and try to debug some to see what the problem is
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17:30:47  <ehecatl_>Thanks for the suggestions. Debugging will be extremely slow (as in: it takes several days for the issue to arrise), but it's good to know it's not a known issue
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17:57:05  <Jay__>hi
17:57:41  <Jay__>I have a domain named "ismotgroup.com" how I use it with my nodejitsu web site?
17:57:47  <jcrugzz>Jay_: hi
17:58:18  <jcrugzz>Jay__: checkout http://dns.jit.su/
17:58:38  <Jay__>my DNS provider only allows me to set the DNS1 and DNS2 records
17:58:44  <Jay__>I did
17:59:05  <Jay__>but as I was saying I couldn't set the A-Record on my domain provider
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18:00:00  <Sly>Jay__: if all you can set is nameservers, use something like CloudFlare.
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18:00:09  <Sly>Point your nameservers to CloudFlare and set the A records there.
18:00:34  <Jay__>what is cloudflare? could you explain more
18:01:17  <Sly>CloudFlare is a DNS provider. They provide some things with their services, but that's not really the point of my mentioning it. Doesn't really have to be CloudFlare. Just any 3rd party DNS provider will work.
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18:01:54  <Jay__>So I would need to transfer my domain to that provider?
18:02:03  <Sly>No. It's not transferring your domain.
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18:02:22  <Jay__>just poit the nameservers to that?
18:02:29  <Jay__>point...
18:02:36  <Sly>All you have to do is point your name servers to CloudFlare's name servers (or whatever provider you choose), and then add the A records we provide you into the 3rd party provider.
18:02:51  <Jay__>oh, I got it
18:02:59  <Jay__>thank you so much for your help
18:03:07  <Sly>np :)
18:03:15  <Jay__>Best Support EVER!
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18:16:33  <Raj_>getting 'Socket hang up' Error
18:16:59  <Raj_>but not when I test locally..really annoying I cant test this on server
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18:17:21  <booyaa>any vim hackers around?
18:17:45  <booyaa>wondering what plugins you guys are using for refactoring extracting code into a function, renaming variables, etc
18:18:04  <booyaa>ruby seems well catered for not seen anything obvious for js
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18:19:02  <blakmatrix>booyaa: sorry I havent made the l33t transformation yet, I still use sublime text 2
18:19:16  <booyaa>heh cool
18:19:18  <jcrugzz>booyaa: what exactly do you mean? I just use visual mode to move things around
18:19:21  <blakmatrix>Raj_: can you ist me your error
18:19:30  <jcrugzz>visual -> delete -> paste
18:19:49  <booyaa>mmm yeah that's a bit like using regex to rename variables
18:20:03  <booyaa>it works, but requires a bit too much brain work to remember the firstfew time
18:20:31  <jcrugzz>again im not an advanced vim user yet haha. Id be interested in seeing if you find any interesting plugins
18:20:39  * booyaacomes from a visual studio background, kinda miss these tools
18:20:42  <Raj_>i am trying to connect to a database and trying to call a callback function.. the callback function gets triggered before it shud
18:20:49  <booyaa>jcrugzz: pro tip - clone mmalecki's dotfiles repo
18:21:02  <booyaa>he's got the nicest vim setup i've seen so far
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18:21:18  <booyaa>jcrugzz: https://github.com/mmalecki/dotfiles
18:21:40  <booyaa>mmalecki: ++
18:22:18  <jcrugzz>booyaa: yea haven't tried the autocomplete yet. may have to
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18:23:39  <booyaa>cool
18:25:13  <Raj_>@blakmatrix; any idea what is going on
18:25:48  <blakmatrix>Raj_: it's hard to tel without seeing what you're talking about do you have a gis of whats happening and your code ?
18:26:45  <Raj_>its a database call(for that i do a request).. once the request completes I call a function (callback)..
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18:44:06  <alessioalex__>hello guys
18:44:39  <alessioalex__>Is there an utility I can use to pause req and then resume it, so that it works properly (without loosing some data) ?
18:44:52  <alessioalex__>so, streams2 like functionality for this.. ?
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18:45:16  <jcrugzz>alessioalex__: you can throw it into a pause-stream
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18:45:34  <alessioalex__>pause-stream?
18:45:38  <jcrugzz>https://github.com/dominictarr/pause-stream
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18:46:04  <alessioalex__>ah, excellent
18:46:11  <alessioalex__>that's exactly what I was looking for
18:46:14  <alessioalex__>thank you jcrugzz
18:46:22  <jcrugzz>allows you to buffer it. convenient until streams2 are out
18:46:23  <jcrugzz>np :)
18:47:13  <alessioalex__>yup, I just needed a hack until streams2 is out
18:47:32  <alessioalex__>trying to pipe this .tgz file, but I need to mkdirp stuff before :)
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18:51:08  <alessioalex__>mmalecki: nice talk at Node Dublin, enjoyed it
18:52:05  <jcrugzz>alessioalex__: yep, found that trick from substack's lxjs talk
18:52:48  <alessioalex__>jcrugzz: damn, can you paste me the link to the video, I don't remember watching it
18:53:31  <jcrugzz>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQAV3bPOYHo
18:53:40  <jcrugzz>alessioalex__ ^
18:53:51  <alessioalex__>thanks!
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18:54:03  <jcrugzz>np
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18:58:10  <blakmatrix_>damn internet
18:58:12  <blakmatrix_>oh
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19:11:00  <jamies>hiya- using business plans, how do I set RAM level for my drones?
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19:15:27  <cronopio[phone]>Jamies you got the --ram flag. But I think bu default all drones in business are 512
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19:16:17  <jamies>looks like 256mb currently using view cmd
19:16:22  <jamies>is the --ram flag at deploy?
19:16:29  <Sly>jamies: https://handbook.jitsu.com/features/business#business-plan-features-using-jitsu-cloud-scaling-your-application :)
19:16:38  <blakmatrix>jamies: `jitsu cloud [provider] [location] --ram 512`
19:16:43  <jamies>perfect, thanks!
19:16:52  <jamies>how does billing vary for the different RAM amounts?
19:18:49  <Sly>I'm not aware of it varying at all.
19:19:13  <Sly>At least, not based on RAM size.
19:19:17  <Sly>Large plans are per drone, per hour.
19:20:12  <jamies>got it-- nice flexibility. Thanks!
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19:48:22  <jamies>Sly: unless I'm seeing an odd issue, it would seem higher ram drones are counted as multiple drones
19:50:08  <blakmatrix>jamies: its a very good question, I would think larger ram would be like extra drones, 512 would be essentially 2 drones
19:50:45  <jamies>that's what it would seem-- I have 5 drone business account, and it appears I can only use one 1024mb drone
19:50:49  <blakmatrix>jamies: I will have to ask some one as it isnt listed on our website or documentation... is it show you in webops?
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19:51:22  <jamies>both CLI and webops just throw a "not enough drones" error if you attempt to add drones when set to higher ram
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19:56:36  <mikemorris>yea, i encountered the same issue last night @jamies
19:56:55  <mikemorris>seems billing "per drone" is actually "per 256mb unit"
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19:57:15  <mikemorris>which can either be two 256mb drones or a single 512mb drone
19:58:35  <jamies>makes sense-- or a 4-unit 1024 drone
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20:03:28  <themgt>so with an individual plan, is that e.g. 5, 256MB drones for $11/mo? = 1.25GB?
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20:05:09  <Jay__>Hi
20:05:45  <jcrugzz>hey
20:05:45  <Jay__>I'm using CompoundJS with my application, but when I try to deploy to the server it says "Error: Cannot find module 'compound'"
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20:07:07  <Jay__>what do I do?
20:07:49  <jcrugzz>Jay__: Im not familiar with compoundjs but how is it installed?
20:08:10  <Jay__>through npm install compound
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20:08:39  <jcrugzz>Jay__: is it listed in your package.json?
20:09:13  <Jay__>no, I don't know how to add it
20:09:53  <jcrugzz>Jay__: A trick i like to use is `npm install compund --save`
20:10:20  <jcrugzz>except with the correct spelling of the module of course
20:10:25  <jcrugzz>the --save flag will automatically add the module to your package.json
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20:10:32  <jcrugzz>so you dont have to manually do it
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20:10:40  <Jay__>i see
20:10:45  <Jay__>i'll try that
20:10:48  <Jay__>thank you
20:10:56  <jcrugzz>np :)
20:12:31  <mikemorris>@blakmatrix did you hear back about that cluster issue i was asking about last night by any chance?
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20:14:15  <blakmatrix>mikemorris: devops was looking into the issues, they confirmed that there was an issue, but it was the end of my shift and no one sent me any updates
20:14:25  <blakmatrix>mikemorris: would you like a refund ?
20:15:50  <mikemorris>mmm, ideally, i'd like to just see it working - any idea if it's an issue that's being worked on?
20:17:59  <blakmatrix>mikemorris: I will send an e-mail to indexzero to see where we are at... i think the problem is communication since under hauibu its already running as a child process
20:24:29  <mikemorris>OH, just saw a tweet formmaciejmalecki
20:24:33  <mikemorris>that makes a lot of sense
20:24:49  <mikemorris>said that yall do support child_process.fork
20:24:57  <mikemorris>since you're wrapped in a cluster already
20:25:08  <mikemorris>let me give that a try
20:25:19  <blakmatrix>mikemorris: can you link me the tweet ?
20:25:23  <mikemorris>sure
20:25:36  <mikemorris>https://twitter.com/maciejmalecki/status/304578785263636480
20:25:39  <blakmatrix>thx
20:25:42  <mikemorris>np
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20:31:08  <alessioalex__>can I use child process spawn and then exist the node process, but keep the spawned process alive (parent dies, keep child alive)?
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20:33:12  <kdd>anyone yet solved the issue of deploying a to multiple apps from a single package.json? One for staging, one for production?
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20:35:35  <blakmatrix>alessioalex__: don't do that you'd create a zombie
20:35:47  <blakmatrix>kdd: there is still an issue open on jitsu for that
20:36:40  <alessioalex__>I don't want to create a zombie, I just want to spawn a process and make it "independent"
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20:39:15  <blakmatrix>alessioalex__: thats what a zombie is on our systems though, once you do that there is no way to manage turn it off and on
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20:42:07  <alessioalex__>blakmatrix: I don't want to turn it off, I want to spawn a monitoring process (such as forever, mon)
20:43:20  <blakmatrix>alessioalex__: I'm trying to figure out why your trying to do things with our drones that they weren't designed to do
20:43:25  <alessioalex__>so I want to do the following: node process A spawns node process B that spawns the monitoring app C
20:43:32  <blakmatrix>alessioalex__: your app is already run by forever
20:43:32  <alessioalex__>so after process B spawns C
20:43:38  <alessioalex__>I don't need B anymore
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20:43:43  <alessioalex__>A and C should be on their own
20:44:50  <alessioalex__>hmm, maybe I'm doing this wrong
20:45:43  <kdd>@blakmatrix yeah i saw that. thank you.
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21:04:53  <mikemorris>@blakmatrix hmm, so i switched from cluster to child_process, working on my local but appears to be having the same issue when i deploy to nodejitsu
21:05:13  <mikemorris>the child process appears to not be sending or recieving any messages
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21:13:48  <mikemorris>child.connected is true on my local (as opposed to 'online' for cluster.fork), but still 'none' on nodejitsu
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21:14:21  <rudasn>trying to run locally the hello world starter app with node bin/server, node throws a cannot find module error
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21:15:37  <jcrugzz>rudasn: whats the starter app?
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21:16:46  <rudasn>using the command jitsu install helloworld
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21:17:32  <rudasn>..found on https://handbook.nodejitsu.com/features/jitsu#using-the-jitsu-cli-usage-jitsu-install
21:17:58  <rudasn>I'm sorry, idiotic moment :(
21:18:16  <rudasn>needed to cd to helloworld
21:19:03  <jcrugzz>rudasn: no worries. everyone makes mistakes
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21:26:40  <geek15>Hello
21:26:51  <geek15>I'm trying to learn more about Blacksmith.
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21:27:21  <geek15>I saw this blog posting http://blog.nodejitsu.com/introducing-blacksmith, and headed over to http://blacksmith.jit.su/.
21:27:51  <geek15>When visiting http://blacksmith.jit.su/, I keep getting the following error message. An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
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21:30:02  <jcrugzz>geek15: That particular blogpost is old. Id refer to http://blog.flatironjs.org/01-a-whole-new-blacksmith
21:30:49  <geek15>Are there nay documented ways to deploy Blacksmith?
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21:31:29  <kaspertidemann>You just instantiated me and this is crazy. But I've got this function, so call me maybe? (Sorry, just had to write this.)
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21:32:52  <jcrugzz>geek15: id refer to https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook looks like they are using http-server module
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21:34:37  <geek15>I saw that it based on node.js, a language that I'm not familiar with but willing to look into. It seems that you can deploy to nodejitsu.com. How does nodejitsu.com work, it doesn't seem like a typical hosting setup. Usually you have a bandwidth, storage limit, and such.
21:41:06  <jcrugzz>geek15: Oh yes. Nodejitsu does things a little bit differently. What they offer are "drones". A drone is essentially one 256mb virtual machine that runs one node process (like an http server for example). I'd recommend reading through https://handbook.nodejitsu.com/ and try the hello world example
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21:44:39  <geek15>How does bandwidth and storage space come into play? I haven't found anywhere that mentions how much space and bandwidth can be used.
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21:47:28  <blakmatrix>geek15: storage is ephemeral
21:47:48  <blakmatrix>geek15: meaning it temporary from drone to drone
21:48:13  <blakmatrix>geek15: on a snadbox/individual plan ou get a soft limit of 2GB of disk space
21:48:52  <blakmatrix>geek15: Network Bandwidth: 1TB/month - Soft
21:49:16  <geek15>In that case if I'm going to setup a blog hosting a lot of images, I'm going to find other hosting means I guess?
21:50:32  <blakmatrix>geek15: not at all, store your images on external device such as a CDN or database or storage servers such as dropbox s3 etc.
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21:52:26  <geek15>Okay. Thanks.
21:52:52  <geek15>Taking a look at all the option I have for generating a static site. There's many different options out there.
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22:01:32  <blakmatrix>geek15: jcrugzz: http://blacksmith.jit.su/ is back up I had to update its dependencies
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22:07:02  <jcrugzz>blakmatrix: ah nice. info is a bit outdated though
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22:10:14  <blakmatrix>jcrugzz: really oudated lol
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22:21:56  <jcrugzz>Im out for now. be back later
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22:44:25  <sberryma_>blakmatrix: i just got a not enough memory for deoptimization table (never see that one before)
22:44:27  <sberryma_>seen*
22:44:44  <blakmatrix>sberryma_: wut? got a gist ?
22:45:06  <sberryma_>https://gist.github.com/sberryman/f96b8041d2b42f9da1bf
22:45:52  <sberryma_>it started quickly with jitsu apps start (just wanted to let you know i saw a new error)
22:46:18  <blakmatrix>sberryma_: what did you do :P let me look up that drone you hit, I'm guess somethign is wrong with it
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22:49:02  <blakmatrix>sberryma_: ouch 4 haibus running on it lol
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22:49:08  <blakmatrix>no wonder
22:50:20  <blakmatrix>sberryman: that drone is fixed now :)
22:50:27  <sberryman>ha
22:52:15  <BrandonGriggs>hi, could someone help me with a file upload issue?
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22:53:31  <booyaa>well rather stoked first bit of serious node code is finished now need to webservicify it
22:54:26  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: Hi
22:54:34  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: what seems to be the issue?
22:55:19  <BrandonGriggs>So i do file uploads through express
22:55:23  <BrandonGriggs>it's always worked liked a charm
22:55:51  <BrandonGriggs>starting today I've been getting this error: TypeError: Object #<Object> has no method 'tmpDir'
22:56:02  <BrandonGriggs>https://gist.github.com/bgriggs1/c9b2ef51f08d8cb9af19
22:56:07  <BrandonGriggs>It works fine on my local
22:56:28  <BrandonGriggs>no changes in my codebase with how that's been handled
22:57:11  <BrandonGriggs>before I go through a debugging rabbit trail I wanted to check if this was something obvious on the nodejitsu end
22:57:21  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: what is username/appname?
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22:57:51  <BrandonGriggs>knack knack
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23:04:47  <BrandonGriggs>blakmatrix: knack knack
23:06:34  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: have you changed drones or anything?
23:06:52  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: btw I am seeing this lookign at your app logs error: The "sys" module is now called "util". It should have a similar interface.
23:07:22  <BrandonGriggs>well, i played around with moving to 5 drones but ran into some issues so moved it back to one
23:07:54  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: I mean when did you sart seeing this issue, before you changed or after?
23:08:27  <BrandonGriggs>after. It just started today and haven't done any drone changes this week
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23:09:01  <BrandonGriggs>I've seen that sys/util warning before...just haven't gotten around to isolating/fixing that
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23:11:15  <BrandonGriggs>blakmatrix: what's odd is that error trace isn't pointing to any of my own files...I'm not sure what tmpDir is for, I don't have that in my codebase
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23:15:14  <BrandonGriggs>blakmatrix: looks like it's nodejitsu's default directory for the temp files?
23:15:38  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: odd issue, I cant reproduce on the drone os.tmpDir() works fine... can you redeploy and try the upload again
23:15:54  <BrandonGriggs>blakmatrix: sure
23:19:37  <BrandonGriggs>blakmatrix: same thing
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23:22:19  <BrandonGriggs>blackmatrix: any thoughts? this is a major app in production so I've got lots of angry customers right now
23:22:29  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: is there a way you can send it that option opts.uploadDir ?
23:23:19  <blakmatrix>I'm not sure what the issue since i cant reproduce. I gotta consult devops in the meantime
23:23:57  <BrandonGriggs>I'm not sure I follow about opts.uploadDir?
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23:26:14  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: IncomingForm accepts options, if you could set that yourself we might be able to avoid that error... i provided stack trace in the gist too https://gist.github.com/blakmatrix/1952d3fa1a3ab5f1dcc2
23:28:28  <BrandonGriggs>blackmatrix: you didn't adjust anything did you? I just added some logging around the process and redeployed and now it seems to be working
23:28:41  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: nope
23:28:46  <blakmatrix>didnt change anything
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23:30:04  <BrandonGriggs>blakmatrix: yep, confirmed working. so what's up with that?
23:30:20  <BrandonGriggs>that's pretty unnerving
23:31:17  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: I really have no idea but we will investigate it... I mean the os module is pretty basic, it shouldn't be doing that... whats worse is that I sould have been able to reproduce...
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23:32:44  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: I can't even guess, either way whatever was required did not reflect the systems os object
23:32:59  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: I am gonna forward all this information to devops
23:33:42  <BrandonGriggs>is it particular to whatever virtual machine/data center it was on? Like did the latest deploy move it to a completely different setup?
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23:44:02  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: well ideally each drone is the same, that was the point of the migration we did 2 weeks ago just before business plans came out
23:44:33  <blakmatrix>BrandonGriggs: but the ips do look drasticly differnt so its possible they were differnt batches
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23:56:02  <dangerbell>Need some help with an SSL certificate. Just installed it yesterday. Works fine if there's a leading www, but not for the bare domain.
23:56:29  <blakmatrix>dangerbell: whats the link ?
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23:56:38  <dangerbell>www.mybackupbox.com
23:56:47  <dangerbell>or mybackupbox.com
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23:57:05  <dangerbell>mybackupbox.com serves the nodejitsu cert.
23:58:10  <dangerbell>Only chrome complains about it. Firefox doesn't seem to mind.
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23:59:31  <blakmatrix>dangerbell: should be fixed now
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23:59:59  <dangerbell>Excellent. I just checked in private browsing mode and it worked. Thought I jumped the gun a bit.