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00:09:13  <zoki>guys, what kind of IDE are you using?
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00:12:12  <jcrugzz>zoki: i personally use vim
00:12:17  <jcrugzz>so no ide
00:12:28  <jcrugzz>and sublimetext2 is nice
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00:36:38  <chjj>zoki: vim with no plugins. i'm oldschool like that
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00:37:15  <jcrugzz>chjj: the pain
00:37:18  <jcrugzz>no colors?
00:37:24  <chjj>jcrugzz: colors?
00:37:33  <jcrugzz>code highlighting
00:37:35  <chjj>jcrugzz: colorschemes arent plugins
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00:37:40  <jcrugzz>haha
00:37:45  <jcrugzz>didnt know how far you took it
00:37:52  <chjj>jcrugzz: a plugin is something i have to install separately
00:37:58  <jcrugzz>fair enough
00:38:06  <chjj>jcrugzz: syntax highlighting is a built-in feature, so i use it :)
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00:38:34  <chjj>jcrugzz: at least, it comes with the arch package. i guess depending on how you compile and package vim, it might not have it.
00:38:48  <chjj>jcrugzz: but most distro's i've seen include syntax highlighting out of the box
00:39:14  <jcrugzz>chjj: yea just gotta turn it on in the .vimrc
00:39:25  <chjj>jcrugzz: get ready to have your mind blown though: i don't use line numbers.
00:39:35  <chjj>jcrugzz: waste of horizontal screen space!
00:39:39  <jcrugzz>haha
00:39:42  <jcrugzz>neither do i
00:39:52  <jcrugzz>i do have vim powerline that tells me though :p
00:39:56  <chjj>jcrugzz: a fellow non-line-number-user? i've never met one before.
00:40:26  <chjj>yeah, i use the statusbar
00:40:38  <jcrugzz>good enough for me
00:41:05  <chjj>the screen probably also renders a few microseconds faster without line numbers
00:41:09  <chjj>:)
00:41:15  <jcrugzz>hahaha efficiency!
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01:39:49  <bdwellons>Evening
01:41:14  <bdwellons>Can someone point me in the direction of how to determine if my app is deployed on Nodejitsu within my app?
01:41:35  <bdwellons>I need to determine which redid to use based on the deployment environment
01:41:40  <bdwellons>*redis
01:42:45  <mmalecki>bdwellons: we set NODE_ENV=production and SUBDOMAIN=<your-subdomain>
01:44:22  <bdwellons>Greatly appreciated.
01:44:49  <mmalecki>also you can do `jitsu env set NODEJITSU 1`
01:45:04  <mmalecki>and then check for NODEJITSU environment variable in your app
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02:55:45  <jaha>any suggested workflows for viewing live log streams from nodejitsu apps?
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03:10:56  <jcrugzz>jaha: there isn't a good way to do that currently. One of things we are currently working on :)
03:13:38  <jcrugzz>s
03:16:18  <jaha>jcrugzz: what about 3rd party, ive messed with loggly before but its not "Real-time", i just need something simple at the moment, ive alos used log.io but it wont work with nodejitsu without messing with it
03:16:45  <jcrugzz>jaha: there is papertrailapp.com
03:17:03  <jcrugzz>there is a transport for winston as well https://npmjs.org/package/winston-papertrail
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03:17:45  <jaha>jcrugzz: :) i see the word tail, looks promising, thanks!
03:18:03  <jcrugzz>jaha: np :)
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04:07:41  <kenperkins>you rang?
04:07:54  * kenperkinswrote the awful papertrail winston binding :P
04:08:00  <kenperkins>back when I had no clue what IW as doing
04:09:17  <jcrugzz>kenperkins: well it works doesnt it? :p
04:09:25  <kenperkins>yap
04:09:35  <kenperkins>apparently there's a TLS problem with 0.10 i haven't tracked down
04:09:53  <kenperkins>kinda busy :S
04:10:25  <jaha>hey kenperkins, thanks for the heads up
04:10:52  <jaha>also any ideas how to override console.log for a winston transport, this example: https://gist.github.com/spmason/1670196, is throwing a max call stack error
04:10:55  <kenperkins>i used papertrail for ~2 years at clipboard
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04:12:16  <kenperkins>really?
04:12:54  <kenperkins>oh, I bet it's because it's trying to use the winston console in the non-prod default case
04:16:07  <flippyhead>Is S3 my best option for a permanent file storage in nodejitsu? I gather my drones are in the joyant cloud, is there another s3 like file store that's recommended?
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04:17:48  <jaha>flippyhead: Rackspace cloudfiles is very similar
04:18:01  <julianduque>flippyhead: you can use cloudfiles instead
04:18:29  <flippyhead>I guess the only reason I'd go with something other than s3 is because it could be accessed by my drones within the same datacenter
04:18:40  <flippyhead>since my app needs to pull these files down before sending them back out
04:18:55  <flippyhead>or is there another reason I might prefer cloud files ?
04:20:19  <jaha>kenperkins: yea if remove that, it fixes the loop but then it doesnt log to console
04:20:25  <kenperkins>right.
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04:20:49  <jaha>kenperkins: im assuming there is a way to do this im just a bit lost
04:20:55  <kenperkins>so why do you want to override console.log ?
04:21:14  <julianduque>flippyhead: we use cloudfiles internally for storing the snapshots, the service is good enough and have good connection from joyent
04:21:49  <flippyhead>good connection as in different than s3 might have / different from the public internet ?
04:23:26  <jaha>kenperkins: well, thats a good question since it does seem to make sense to keep the "logger" separate, i guess laziness during testing and staging ;)
04:23:53  <kenperkins>so my team just had very strong rigor: no console.log/dir/error in any checked in code
04:24:12  <kenperkins>in theory you could even make it a build step (to check for it)
04:24:21  <julianduque>flippyhead: same from public
04:24:29  <flippyhead>ok thanks
04:26:41  <jaha>kenperkins: yea i was planning on the build stage removing certain logs, I was just trying to avoid being strict for the sake of being strict, until its needed, though its not hard to do a find and replace
04:27:17  <jaha>and i dont have a "team" ;)
04:28:43  <jaha>also i hate being stumped
04:28:43  <kenperkins>:P
04:29:19  <kenperkins>why not always use a file logger?
04:29:41  <kenperkins>even in dev, i was running my apps as upstart services
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04:45:18  <flippyhead>nodejitsu seems to deal with me forgetting to leave listen(3000) in my node app
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04:47:39  <julianduque>flippyhead: awesome :)
04:48:33  <flippyhead>also, my deploy suddenly stopped working: package.json error: can't find starting script: node main.js
04:48:50  <flippyhead>"node main.'s" does indeed work as expected
04:49:29  <flippyhead>does it matter if main.js is in .gitignore ?
04:49:59  <julianduque>yes, because, it will be ignored on the deploy
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04:50:53  <distilledchaos>well, i hope this is nothing
04:51:04  <distilledchaos>but i just got a 404 rackspace error
04:51:09  <flippyhead>I see
04:51:09  <distilledchaos>"Item not found"
04:51:20  <distilledchaos>it worked after trying again
04:51:55  <distilledchaos>so hopefully not representative of a larger issue
04:52:29  <julianduque>distilledchaos: yes, it's a random one because rackspace sometimes took too long to return the status of the snapshot
04:52:43  <julianduque>you can see it as a common error here: http://errors.jit.su/
04:52:51  <julianduque>http://errors.jit.su/Rackspace%20Error%20(404):%20Item%20not%20found
04:55:22  <distilledchaos>okay, i was hoping that was the case
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05:12:17  <flippyhead>Yay!
05:12:31  <flippyhead>Well, my first node (and nodejitsu) app is working: http://mebe.co/
05:12:40  <julianduque>flippyhead: awesome!!
05:12:43  <flippyhead>thanks guys, been super fun getting to know node jitsu, very elegant
05:13:06  <julianduque>awesome app btw!
05:13:12  <julianduque>:)
05:13:13  <julianduque>thanks
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05:26:55  <harbhub>hey fellas
05:27:02  <harbhub>i wanted to know about file storage space
05:27:07  <harbhub>i want to make a file server
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05:27:57  <harbhub>that users can upload images, videos, etc
05:28:01  <harbhub>how do i get more space?
05:28:25  <julianduque>harbhub: our file storage are temporary
05:28:36  <harbhub>huh?
05:28:54  <julianduque>it's ~3Gb of temporary space, so they aren't persisted across deployments
05:29:23  <harbhub>i want more space
05:29:27  <julianduque>if you want to code a file server you need to use a cloud storage service like s3 or cloudfiles and write the server in nodejitsu
05:29:27  <harbhub>like a storage depot
05:29:33  <harbhub>okay
05:30:07  <harbhub>so i can hook the file server with my application?
05:30:19  <harbhub>i want a node file server
05:30:29  <harbhub>and a node application that can give commands/requests to the file server
05:30:39  <harbhub>so two things
05:30:57  <julianduque>Yes, you can do it
05:31:10  <julianduque>deploy the server api to nodejitsu and use an external file storage service for the files
05:31:41  <harbhub>okay
05:31:46  <jaha>look into npms like: knox, imager, node-cdn, to name a few to push assets to static servers
05:31:48  <harbhub>that sounds good to me
05:32:43  <julianduque>jaha: thanks!
05:33:01  <harbhub>so jaha
05:33:02  <harbhub>you mean
05:33:08  <harbhub>i have my app with nodejitsu server
05:33:18  <harbhub>then i have my static file server with some other service like cloudfiles
05:34:40  <julianduque>harbhub: yes, that should work
05:34:54  <jaha>example: POST -> express app (nodejitsu) -> uses imager (to process/upload to s3) -> sends to s3
05:35:48  <harbhub>okay
05:35:55  <harbhub>thanks fellas
05:36:15  <jaha>keep in mind youll prob want to serve your files from s3 and not your app on nodejitsu, aka dont just redirect
05:36:39  <jaha>cloudfiles is the same
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05:37:12  <harbhub>right
05:37:17  <harbhub>of course
05:38:41  <jaha>damn 1:30, later
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05:48:43  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master dc34297 Jarrett Cruger: Merge pull request #45 from nodejitsu/client-reconnect...
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09:19:00  <spobat>hey
09:19:18  <spobat>Can I issue a database change with node.js?
09:19:23  <spobat>the database would be on another server
09:20:04  <spobat>the idea is to have a chat-server.
09:20:13  <spobat>where the messages are saved in a database.
09:20:23  <`3rdEden>spobat: we don't manage the databases
09:20:40  <`3rdEden>if you want to move your database, you should probably contact your database provider
09:20:48  <julianduque>you can use another provider if you want spobat, just change your connection string
09:21:02  <spobat>`3rdEden, yep, I know. I just want to know if this is basically possible to do
09:21:23  <spobat>to issue database commands from node.js
09:21:48  <`3rdEden>Sure, you can just contact remote databases
09:21:56  <spobat>ok
09:22:24  <Swaagie>a lot of databases have abstraction layers available
09:22:53  <Swaagie>e.g. mongoosejs for mongodb
09:22:53  <Swaagie>http://mongoosejs.com/
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09:25:04  <spobat>I use mysql
09:25:32  <julianduque>you can use sequelize or node-mysql
09:25:49  <spobat>okay
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09:34:18  <spobat>nodejitsu is completely open source, right?
09:34:56  <Swaagie>spobat, most of our modules are, our core is not though
09:36:16  <spobat>what about the website itself?
09:37:49  <julianduque>spobat: not opensource hehe
09:38:09  <`3rdEden>But the whole website is build on top of open source modules
09:38:19  <`3rdEden>so it's essentially, open source ;)
09:39:22  <Swaagie>if your interested in a specific functionality you can always ask and we'll check if we can share something about it
09:39:47  <Swaagie>that is a long as it is os
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09:49:38  <spobat>do I miss something on installing the hello world example?
09:49:38  <spobat>https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6559846/mep.PNG
09:51:22  <julianduque>spobat: use node 0.8.22 instead, 0.10.x are not full supported yet
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09:52:38  <spobat>julianduque, okay, I'll install this older version .8.22!
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09:53:20  <spobat>isn't this a bit awkward, it really looks as if .10 would be stable on node.js
09:53:38  <spobat>btw, i'm just following: https://www.nodejitsu.com/getting-started/
09:54:28  <`3rdEden_>spobat: node might be "stable" but that doesn't mean that all modules support it yet
09:58:43  <spobat>`3rdEden, I understand
09:59:07  <nathan7>spobat: It's not quite stable and our infrastructure doesn't run on it yet
10:02:32  <spobat>works with 0.8.22, thanks again!
10:03:07  <spobat>and it runs on localhost! :>
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10:06:12  <spobat>why doesn't the /bin/server has the file extension .js? Is there any specific reason?
10:06:59  <julianduque>spobat: it's a bin script but you can change it if you want
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10:15:33  <spobat>okay
10:16:12  <spobat>may I ask you where/how scripts.start works? :S http://ideone.com/UnuTnp
10:16:50  <julianduque>define the file which runs the server
10:16:57  <spobat>ok
10:17:05  <julianduque>/bin/server
10:17:27  <spobat>right, thank you :)
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10:22:33  <julianduque>spobat: the error you reported in 0.10.1 is fixed in jitsu 0.12.9 :) thanks for reporting it
10:22:47  <spobat>you're welcome :)
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10:22:57  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/compare/f7fff4c237cc...7f754c51b35f
10:22:57  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/5893361
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10:30:36  <spobat>how do I update an app, is that possible?
10:30:45  <spobat>e.g. /bin/server and package.json changed
10:31:09  <julianduque>spobat: with jitsu deploy
10:33:10  <spobat>this tries here to create a new project
10:33:24  <spobat>"error: the subdomain requested is already in use"
10:36:05  <spobat>as I see it i have to delete the old one first
10:36:15  <spobat>(because I have only 1 drone)
10:36:51  <spobat>other than that, it works pretty well
10:37:45  <Swaagie>spobat, you shouldn't have to delete the old one, did you change the subdomain in package.json?
10:38:29  <spobat>no, but name,version, author and description
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10:39:51  <julianduque>name
10:40:00  <julianduque>if you change the name it will be a new app
10:40:38  <spobat>alright
10:40:56  <spobat>that does the job, thank you
10:43:05  <spobat>is websocket installed by default?
10:43:49  <`3rdEden>Yes, it's enabled by default
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10:58:25  <spobat>asdg
10:58:31  <spobat>^ sorry
11:02:15  <spobat>is websocket activated by default or do I have to do anything to do so? :)
11:02:30  <`3rdEden>spobat: it's enabled by default
11:02:56  <spobat>okay, very good :)
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11:08:07  <alchimista>Hi everyone, I am using pkgcloud and want to client.createServer an openstack instance, but i get this error: Error: Invalid URI "/servers"
11:16:02  <alchimista>btw this is my code https://gist.github.com/anonymous/882abc0a5c1c53bf6206
11:25:19  <alchimista>anyone read my question?
11:25:24  <alchimista>any hint
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11:26:46  <julianduque>alchimista: it seems that there is noone with pgkcloud knowledge.. well, file an issue in github/nodejitsu/pkgcloud and we will be able to keep a track for the issue
11:26:50  <julianduque>and a proper solution
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11:27:24  <alchimista>julianduque: thanx
11:28:04  <alchimista>I try myself again, incase I cant figure it out I'll open an issue
11:29:55  <julianduque>alchimista: thank you
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11:58:29  <spobat>node-mysql is installed by default too, right?
11:59:18  <nathan7>?
11:59:34  <nathan7>node-mysql doesn't use anything native
11:59:38  <nathan7>It's 100% JS
11:59:44  <spobat>okay
11:59:52  <nathan7>add it to your deps, use it, as any other module
12:00:28  <spobat>nathan7, by dep. you mean "require('mysql');" right?
12:00:59  <nathan7>spobat: as in npm install -S mysql
12:01:25  <nathan7>though we've got require-analyzer, undoubtedly it'll perform magic
12:01:35  <spobat>I can't follow you, sorry.
12:01:42  <spobat>What do I have to do to get mysql running, there?
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12:01:51  <nathan7>spobat: npm install -S mysql will install the dependency locally and add it to your package.json
12:02:05  <spobat>okay, I understand
12:02:23  <nathan7>We perform an npm install to fetch all your dependencies
12:02:36  <spobat>alright!
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12:02:38  <nathan7>which just reads your package.json and resolves and fetches the dependencies in there (and their dependencies)
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12:08:27  <spobat>I have to say the documenation of node-mysql is very sensible
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13:44:25  <dariusk>anyone else seeing this error on jitsu deploy? "Hostname/IP doesn't match certificate's altnames"
13:45:20  <nlognbob_>are large http requests streamed through your load balancer, or is it a buffer-then-forward thing? For example, a chunk-encoded file upload piece by piece over 10 minutes.
13:46:51  <dariusk>--oh I see, I just installed node 0.10, and need to update jitsu
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13:47:11  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: they are streamed
13:47:22  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: how big is the file?
13:47:48  <dariusk>hmmm, updating jitsu didn't fix it...
13:47:50  <nlognbob_>we need to upload a stream of data, and figure we'll break it into 5 minute chunks. the stream goes on for 16 hours.
13:48:07  <mmalecki>dariusk: looking now
13:48:12  <dariusk>thanks mmalecki
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13:48:53  <nlognbob_>do I have to stream data in via HTTP or can I do a raw socket?
13:49:15  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: how big are those chunks? where is your app? which LB are you hitting?
13:49:52  <nlognbob_>the app is nlogn. each chunk about 2k bytes, about 1 per second
13:50:12  <nlognbob_>I have all your LB IPs in my dns, about 7 of them?
13:50:39  <nlognbob_>we are architecting this feature. this does not represent the current app behavior.
13:51:00  <nlognbob_>the uploads are from sensors in the environment
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13:57:19  <mmalecki>nlognbob: so it's 2 kb/1 s, that's not acceptable
13:57:30  <mmalecki>okay, is your app in joyent us-east-1?
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13:57:46  <nlognbob>yes
13:58:23  <nlognbob>2kb per second is not acceptable? Is that do to overall bandwidth, or the chunking, or what?
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14:00:30  <mmalecki>nlognbob: our balancers have way bigger throughput
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14:00:43  <mmalecki>so if they are choking at 2 KB/1s, that's not good
14:00:52  <nlognbob>I'm not saying they are choking.
14:01:54  <nlognbob>I'm asking how we can architect this. Sounds to me like there is no problem, except you said "2kb per second is not acceptable". I thought you meant you had a policy against that (which would seem awfully low)
14:02:00  <mmalecki>ahhh :)
14:02:08  <mmalecki>oh, sorry, I misunderstood you
14:02:25  <mmalecki>I thought you were saying that they are this slow *now*
14:02:27  <nlognbob>me too! I thought you were kicking me off for a measly 2kb/sec
14:02:42  <nlognbob>no, everything is fine right now. we are architecting this.
14:02:43  <mmalecki>oh man, that'd be terrible
14:02:53  <nlognbob>glad we got that resolved....
14:03:04  <mmalecki>so yeah, I'd just do HTTP streaming, we don't buffer anything
14:03:18  <nlognbob>ok, cool.
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14:10:54  <Nodejitsu-Github>[nodejitsu-api] mmalecki tagged v0.4.5 at 4b3c864: http://git.io/TjT-dA
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14:17:24  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] mmalecki pushed 5 new commits to master: http://git.io/EULGlg
14:17:24  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master eeff961 Maciej Małecki: [fix] Default `rejectUnauthorized` to `false`
14:17:24  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master c60660e Maciej Małecki: [dist] Use `nodejitsu-api@0.4.5`
14:17:24  <Nodejitsu-Github>jitsu/master 23530b4 Maciej Małecki: [dist] Use `tar` at 0.1.17
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14:19:15  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/jitsu/builds/5897283
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15:19:27  <starcount>Can someone tell me why my app is falling back to an earlier deployment?
15:19:28  <starcount>https://webops.nodejitsu.com/apps/core-production
15:19:47  <starcount>It is deploying ok, no errors, but not activating.
15:19:56  <starcount>So, I am on build 20 instead of 34.
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15:20:16  <nathan7>starcount: username?
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15:20:51  <starcount>starcount
15:20:55  <starcount>Sorry.
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15:26:36  <spobat>hm
15:26:42  <spobat>any idea why I cannot connect this websocket?
15:26:43  <spobat>new WebSocket('ws://lo.mymichael.jit.su:1337');
15:26:50  <spobat>Is the port 1337 not allowed?
15:27:22  <starcount>Depends how elite you are, I guess.
15:27:31  <spobat>what?
15:27:38  <gildean>spobat: nope, everythign is proxied through port 80
15:27:44  <starcount>Ignore me :)
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15:27:49  <spobat>what a pity
15:27:55  <spobat>starcount, I see what you did there
15:28:04  <starcount>:)
15:28:16  <gildean>spobat: what's the problem of not being able to use custom ports?
15:29:25  <spobat>works with 80 :}
15:29:33  <spobat>hacking level not advanced enough :}
15:30:18  <nathan7>starcount: just io.connect()
15:30:24  <nathan7>starcount: socket.io will figure out the URL magically
15:31:37  <starcount>nathan7, I think you mean spobat? Any idea about my snapshot not activating (and not telling me). I tried to activate it manually on webops. It doesn't, and doesn't tell me why not.
15:31:53  <nathan7>starcount: figuring it out
15:31:59  <nathan7>had to update my jitsu first
15:32:13  <starcount>Ah, ok. Thanks.
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15:32:52  <nathan7>I get tar exited with code 2
15:33:10  <nathan7>code 2 from tar is.. general failure or something
15:33:14  <nathan7>How big is your app?
15:34:05  <starcount>Not massive.
15:34:24  <starcount>How should I quantify that?
15:34:54  <nathan7>5.5M, hrm
15:34:56  <starcount>Should I up memory on the drone? We're going to be switching to an enterprise setup this week, I think.
15:35:17  <nathan7>HAH!
15:35:20  <nathan7>tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
15:35:27  <nathan7>this is interesting
15:35:32  <starcount>I wonder why it doesn't give me an error on jitsu deploy?
15:35:39  <nathan7>tar: Removing leading `../../' from hard link targets
15:35:39  <nathan7>tar: package/node_modules/mongoose/node_modules/mongodb/node_modules/bson/build/Release/bson.node: Cannot hard link to `tmp-7204lq947cw/build/package/node_modules/mongoose/node_modules/mongodb/node_modules/bson/build/Release/bson.node': No such file or directory
15:35:43  <nathan7>tar: package/node_modules/mongoose/node_modules/mongodb/node_modules/bson/build/Release/obj.target/bson.node: Cannot hard link to `tmp-7204lq947cw/build/package/node_modules/mongoose/node_modules/mongodb/node_modules/bson/build/Release/bson.node': No such file or directory
15:35:47  <nathan7>starcount: gets me an error here
15:36:00  <nathan7>somehow it's doing hard links
15:36:01  <nathan7>silly shit
15:36:10  <nathan7>this is BSON's fault
15:36:20  <starcount>We have 2 environments, core-production and core-staging. Both are doing the same thing.
15:36:27  <nathan7>Yeah, the bson modules is doing this
15:36:41  <starcount>Mmm.
15:37:06  <starcount>I wonder why it's started doing that.
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15:37:53  <nathan7>I'm curious how this is happening
15:37:58  <nathan7>Maybe node-gyp has gone retarded
15:38:29  <starcount>Indeed. I'm thinking similar. We swapped from bunyan to winston last night, but it did work.
15:39:27  <starcount>Ah, I see it is mongodb. Nothing has changed there.
15:40:13  <nathan7>We upgraded the node version on our build servers
15:40:49  <starcount>Ah.
15:42:00  <starcount>Probably a good point to get some lunch, while you work it out. Can you continue this conversation on email? johnny@starcount.com.
15:42:20  <starcount>I need to deploy as a matter of urgency.
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15:43:56  <nathan7>starcount: mhm
15:45:57  <alchimis_>anyone from pkgcloud here?
15:46:04  <alchimis_>I am using pkgcloud witho openstack and want to client.createServer (instance), but i get this error: Error: Invalid URI "/servers"
15:46:04  <alchimis_>and this is my code https://gist.github.com/anonymous/882abc0a5c1c53bf6206
15:46:53  <cronopio>alchimis_: hi man, Im working on the examples and the docs right now
15:47:58  <alchimis_>cronopio: thanx, can u plz also see my code in the gist and see why i get this error: Error: Invalid URI "/servers"
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15:48:56  <cronopio>Yes give me some minutes
15:49:37  <nathan7>starcount: Doesn't newer mongodb not use the native bson thing, though?
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16:29:24  <starcount>nathan7: no idea
16:29:47  <cronopio>alchimis_: I pm'ed you
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16:30:49  <starcount>nathan7: just checking my node_modules locally and mongodb has dependency on bson 0.1.8
16:30:52  <nathan7>starcount: neck-deep in node-gyp, getting to the bottom of this
16:31:16  <starcount>Grand, thanks.
16:31:22  <starcount>I feel your pain.
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16:40:05  <Mark_____>are there any problems with deployment known?
16:40:14  <Mark_____>oh never mind
16:40:29  <Mark_____>had a few failed deployment attempts!
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16:51:31  <starcount>nathan7: if you are looking for more information, then another app of ours is doing the same thing - activity-production, and it's not using mongodb.
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16:52:11  <nathan7>starcount: This seems to be a node-gyp issue
16:53:04  <starcount>Ok. Can you roll back to a known-good version of node on the build servers, if that's the issue?
16:53:09  <nathan7>starcount: the old combination of things on our build server should have caused the same thing
16:57:23  <starcount>isn't everyone seeing the same problem?
16:57:39  <nathan7>I can reproduce the hardlink existing locally
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16:59:39  <mmalecki>hey TooTallNate
17:00:21  <TooTallNate>mmalecki: yo
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17:13:14  <nathan7>TooTallNate: https://github.com/TooTallNate/node-gyp/pull/228
17:14:00  <TooTallNate>nathan7: cool thanks
17:14:10  <TooTallNate>nathan7: have you submitted a google patch before or no?
17:14:13  <nathan7>TooTallNate: no
17:14:14  <TooTallNate>i think mmalecki has
17:14:24  <nathan7>I wonder if isaacs minds if I pull this into npm right now
17:14:55  <TooTallNate>nathan7: well i can merge it now, but isaacs takes a little while to update npm's copy of node-gyp sometimes
17:15:00  <TooTallNate>version lock ftw!
17:15:06  <nathan7>TooTallNate: Yeah, I could do it
17:15:13  <nathan7>I can push to npm
17:15:21  <TooTallNate>nathan7: oh cool
17:15:34  <TooTallNate>nathan7: well let me release v0.10.0 first
17:15:44  <nathan7>TooTallNate: [=
17:15:46  <mmalecki>TooTallNate: I indeed have submitted a google patch before
17:15:53  <TooTallNate>actually, i'll just do a patch version update
17:15:56  <mmalecki>and can certify that doing so is the worst nightmare ever
17:16:02  <TooTallNate>mmalecki: you could help nathan7 :D
17:16:07  <mmalecki>but hell, I now have a commit in V8
17:16:10  <mmalecki>worthit.jpg
17:16:10  <TooTallNate>cause ya, it's a PITA, haha
17:16:14  <TooTallNate>mmalecki: ya i'm jealous
17:16:17  <TooTallNate>hahah
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17:16:58  <mmalecki>TooTallNate: that's only like 5 lines anyway :)
17:17:06  <mmalecki>makes timezone offsets work on solaris
17:17:15  <TooTallNate>oh ya i remember
17:17:16  <nathan7>I have... two chars in node-gyp now
17:17:26  <TooTallNate>nathan7: well gyp technically :D
17:17:35  <nathan7>in node-gyp's bundled gyp
17:17:41  <TooTallNate>haha
17:17:42  <TooTallNate>ya
17:19:08  <TooTallNate>nathan7: ok node-gyp v0.9.4 is ready for you
17:19:14  <nathan7>TooTallNate: yay
17:19:14  <TooTallNate>nathan7: but do please follow up with google
17:19:35  <TooTallNate>nathan7: and add a comment to your pull request with the upstream issue when you do :D
17:19:50  <nathan7>Yeah
17:20:30  <AvianFlu>IT'S ALMOST AS IF... YOU GUYS ARE JUST... IN-NATE-LY ABLE TO SOLVE THESE PROBLEMS
17:20:33  <AvianFlu>#seewhatIdidthere
17:20:52  <anoemi>XD
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17:21:34  <nathan7>TooTallNate: https://github.com/isaacs/npm/commit/7d0bab7741bb85cab5458a08724ddd2e0789fc8e [=
17:21:51  <TooTallNate>lgtm
17:23:56  <mmalecki>build server patched, we should be good to go
17:24:11  <nathan7>starcount: Deploy now :D
17:25:35  <starcount>Cool. On it.
17:25:46  <booyaa>lolo
17:26:55  <nathan7>TooTallNate: Thank you for kicking ass C=
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17:29:21  <starcount>Can you check the logs? Just deployed, core-production, version 0.0.1-35, still on snapshot 0.0.1-20
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17:31:47  <spobat>hi
17:31:47  <nathan7>starcount: Yeah, redeploy
17:31:52  <nathan7>starcount: Not just reactivate
17:32:12  <nathan7>starcount: ah
17:32:14  <spobat>all the "shell exec('rm -rf /')" stuff is obviously blocked, right?
17:32:14  <starcount>I did. Doing it again, thanks.
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17:32:26  <nathan7>spobat: You're not root.
17:32:33  <nathan7>spobat: You'll just delete your own app
17:32:51  <spobat>ok
17:33:02  <nathan7>starcount: the -35 snapshot is sane
17:33:02  <spobat>I just ask if I might use "eval"
17:33:03  <starcount>Yep, still b0rked.
17:33:12  <spobat>send input to server > eval > send back
17:33:17  <nathan7>spobat: It's a JS langauge feature
17:33:26  <ljharb>spobat: running user code on your server is insanely foolish.
17:33:27  <nathan7>spobat: Chances are you're creating a huge security hole in your app
17:33:36  <nathan7>spobat: but we're not stopping you from doing stupid shit
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17:33:51  <spobat>ljharb, you again
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17:34:02  <ljharb>yep
17:34:06  <spobat>okay, then not :}
17:34:19  <starcount>35 won't activate.
17:34:28  <nathan7>Figuring this out
17:34:44  <nathan7>I just activated -36
17:34:46  <nathan7>it seems up
17:35:27  <starcount>Ok. Weird, wouldn't activate for me. From webops, anyway. Didn't try cli.
17:35:45  <nathan7>from CLI it's just fine
17:36:32  <starcount>Still saying 20.
17:36:51  <nathan7>..what the
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17:38:00  <nathan7>starcount: Don't touch snapshots for a moment
17:38:05  <starcount>Ok, cool.
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17:38:45  <nathan7>starcount: Is it okay to stop your app?
17:39:16  <jlord>Hola! Just an fyi - When you google nodejitsu, the first link that comes up from y'all threw an error for me until I took out the 's' in https://...
17:39:57  <jcrugzz>jlord: we just restarted the balancers so that may have caused the issue. Thanks for the heads up though :)
17:40:17  <jlord>oh cool, np!
17:41:15  <starcount>Yes, go ahead.
17:43:38  <nathan7>starcount: ..okay, -36 is active for sure now
17:44:20  <starcount>Working. Thanks.
17:44:42  <starcount>I have another app doing the same thing. Stop it then activate?
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17:44:45  <nathan7>Yeah
17:44:50  <nathan7>I'd like to figure out what caused this
17:44:56  <starcount>Thanks for your help in resolving this. Much appreciated.
17:45:04  <nathan7>but I figure having your app up is higher priority
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17:45:49  <starcount>Sure. Lack of error messages would be biggest concern of mine. Took me a while to realise that my deploys were having no effect.
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17:47:02  <starcount>While I am here - any idea how I can set environment variable with spaces in? I have a cron schedule in config, but if I override in env, I get *_*_*_*_* for example.
17:47:22  <starcount>With underscores replacing the spaces.
17:47:33  <starcount>I could fix it in the code, but...
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17:48:08  <nathan7>starcount: spaces in the key or in the value?
17:48:35  <mmalecki>starcount: I'm looking at the lack of errors now, this is indeed weird
17:48:48  <starcount>The value.
17:49:24  <henri____>trying deploy a dummy app, it seems I fail on proper package config, tried following https://gist.github.com/blakmatrix/3038654
17:50:53  <nathan7>starcount: That should just work
17:51:27  <henri____>https://gist.github.com/thepian/e480c41282b09e1628b3
17:51:49  <starcount>Ok, I'll give a shot later.
17:51:57  <nathan7>henri____: "start": "node server.js"
17:52:01  <nathan7>henri____: not "node server"
17:52:31  <starcount>FYI, my deploys are still not activating, even though I have successfully started latest snapshot. Have to stop then activate, manually.
17:54:53  <nathan7>:|
17:56:35  <jcrugzz>henri____: you are also on an unstable version of node. could you upgrade to 0.10.2 or use 0.8.22? :)
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18:20:18  <henri____>fibers fail to compile on deplay https://gist.github.com/thepian/84cda6cd1d9a192b9644
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18:27:57  <jcrugzz>henri____: Meteor doesn't actually run on smartos :/. I would open an issue on fibers regarding that
18:28:22  <henri____>bummer
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18:32:35  <starcount>No free servers in London? I've moved it to Madrid for the timebeing.
18:33:09  <Sly>starcount: I'll look into it.
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18:39:49  <starcount>Thanks.
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18:44:16  <Sly>starcount: can you try to deploy to London again?
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18:53:49  <starcount>Ok, I will.
18:54:17  <Sly>starcount: thanks. :)
18:55:11  <starcount>Same deal.
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18:59:51  <_pants>when I run something like "jitsu snapshots destroy 0.0.1-1004" I get "bad request"
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19:00:16  <_pants>is there a bug in jitsu CLI preventing it from accepting the app-name paramter?
19:02:13  <Sly>_pants: just use `jitsu snapshots destroy <app name>` and then it'll ask you for what version you want to destroy.
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19:02:18  <Sly>It's looking at 0.0.1-1004 as the app name.
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19:02:53  <_pants>Sly: i want to run a bunch at once like "jitsu snapshots destroy 0.0.1-1004 && jitsu snapshots destroy 0.0.1-1005 && ..."
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19:03:05  <_pants>Sly: i don't want to have to type it in every time
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19:04:20  <Sly>_pants: unfortunately, there isn't a way to do that right now. Jitsu asks that you confirm deletion of snapshots before you can even input the version number.
19:04:39  <_pants>:(
19:04:41  <nathan7>_pants: You can use our API to do that though
19:04:47  <_pants>Sly: thanks for the tip.
19:04:54  <nathan7>I keep nodejitsu credentials in my .netrc
19:04:58  <Sly>_pants: or you could do what nathan7 said.
19:05:04  <Sly>http://github.com/nodejitsu/nodejitsu-api
19:05:19  <Sly>That's the same API that Jitsu uses.
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19:06:03  <_pants>i wonder if i can hack something together with a bash script
19:06:15  <pkarl>is there anyone here who can help troubleshoot a github deployment? the "test hook" payload says it's deploying, but nothing's coming up in the web hooks status, and the web site says I have no apps...
19:06:16  <pkarl>wat do
19:06:35  <nathan7>_pants: curl -nX DELETE https://api.nodejitsu.com/apps/USERNAME/APPNAME
19:06:38  <nathan7>_pants: oh, snapshots
19:07:08  <Sly>pkarl: have you checked your email for any emails from us? Webhooks will email you if there's an error during deployment.
19:07:13  <nathan7>_pants: curl -nX DELETE https://api.nodejitsu.com/apps/USERNAME/APPNAME/snapshots/1.2.3-4
19:07:30  <pkarl>I have inded
19:07:33  <pkarl>spam folder, too
19:07:35  <pkarl>nada
19:07:42  <Sly>pkarl: what's the user/app?
19:07:50  <pkarl>pkarl/afeedapart
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19:07:53  <Sly>_pants: don't forget to -u <username> when you run that curl. :D
19:07:54  <pkarl>er
19:07:55  <pkarl>steyblind
19:08:02  <nathan7>Sly: that's what the -n is for
19:08:04  <pkarl>pkarl is github
19:08:06  <nathan7>Sly: that makes it use .netrc
19:08:07  <nathan7>Sly: :D
19:08:11  <Sly>Ah.
19:08:43  <nathan7>for i in {0..1000}; do curl curl -nX DELETE https://api.nodejitsu.com/apps/USERNAME/APPNAME/snapshots/0.0.1-$i; done
19:08:46  <nathan7>:D
19:08:56  <Sly>pkarl: so steyblind is your Nodejitsu username?
19:09:02  <pkarl>correct
19:09:48  <Sly>Alright.
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19:16:24  <Sly>pkarl: run `curl -u steyblind https://webhooks.jit.su/1/status/steyblind/webhooks/afeedapart` and gist the output for me please.
19:16:37  <pkarl>yessir
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19:17:38  <pkarl>Sly https://gist.github.com/pkarl/0845b322743bc5cd6062
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19:18:15  <_pants>thanks nathan7! i think i'm just missing a proper .netrc because it's prompting me for a host password. my .netrc looks like "default login <nodejitsu_user> password <nodejitsu_pass>". am i missing something?
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19:18:51  <Sly>pkarl: strange. It doesn't seem that the application was ever attempted to be deployed. I'm not seeing any logs for it anywhere.
19:19:05  <pkarl>hrmk
19:19:33  <pkarl>well, should I try going through the flatiron hello world
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19:19:41  <pkarl>just to see if it makes some noise?
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19:21:20  <Sly>pkarl: is the repository public or private?
19:21:20  <pkarl>private
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19:21:31  <Sly>Ah. I believe we're having issues with private repos at the moment.
19:21:31  <Sly>nathan7: ^
19:21:33  <pkarl>hrmk
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19:21:43  <pkarl>I'll do a straight jitsu deploy
19:21:46  <Sly>nathan7: is that still the case?
19:21:46  <pkarl>and see how that turns out
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19:21:54  <pkarl>will report back
19:22:06  <pkarl>thanks, Sly
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19:22:15  <Sly>pkarl: No problem. Sorry about that.
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19:28:56  <nathan7>Sly: I have no idea
19:29:17  <nathan7>_pants: machine api.nodejitsu.com
19:29:22  <nathan7>_pants: login USER
19:29:27  <nathan7>_pants: password PASS
19:29:36  <nathan7>_pants: the indentation doesn't matter, newlines might not matter
19:29:42  <nathan7>_pants: I autogenerate my .netrc from JSON
19:30:29  <nathan7>_pants: https://gist.github.com/nathan7/5273034
19:30:34  <nathan7>pretty useful
19:30:44  <_pants>nathan7: thanks!
19:30:58  <_pants>Sly, nathan7: Ok, I've deleted all the snapshots I wanted to except for 4 of them, for which I get 404 not found, even though they're listed in jitsu snapshot list
19:31:08  <_pants>any idea how to clean those out?
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19:31:32  <Sly>_pants: I can remove them from the database. What versions are they?
19:31:59  <Sly>Also need the username and app name.
19:32:12  <_pants>Sly: oh thanks! user is "lantern", app name is "lantern-ui", and it's just all remaining versions
19:32:22  <_pants>0.0.1-7, 0.0.1-43, 0.0.1-65, and 0.0.1-76
19:32:39  <Sly>So you want all of your current ones removed?
19:32:49  <_pants>Sly: yes please, i'll deploy a new version right after
19:32:58  <Sly>Alright. Give me one minute.
19:33:04  <_pants>thanks!
19:33:19  <Sly>_pants: done.
19:35:21  <_pants>Sly: thanks! I'm all set. http://lantern-ui.jit.su/app/index.html if you want to take a peek ;)
19:35:53  <nathan7>coo'
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19:51:39  <BrandonGriggs>I'm getting SSL errors on custom domains, typical of when there's load balancing issues
19:53:09  <pkarl>Sly I did a jitsu deploy and have a gist of the response here: https://gist.github.com/pkarl/b8a3707719c94378b2c3
19:53:55  <Sly>pkarl: use `"node": "0.8.x"` as your node version. We don't have 0.8.0 on the drones.
19:54:04  <pkarl>snap
19:54:06  <pkarl>danke
19:54:06  <Sly>pkarl: we always recommend using .x because versions could possibly be out of date.
19:54:17  <Sly>np
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19:54:32  <Sly>BrandonGriggs: what seems to be the issue?
19:54:37  <_C1D>Hello
19:54:42  <_C1D>I have a problem
19:55:05  <Sly>_C1D: what seems to be the issue?
19:55:24  <_C1D>My server quit becuase my redis connection ended
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19:55:48  <Sly>_C1D: ?
19:55:48  <_C1D>I need to be connected to my redis server all the time
19:56:14  <Sly>_C1D: are you using a redis database that was provisioned with us?
19:56:34  <_C1D>My server exited, and said: Redis connection to XXXXXXX.redis.irisstack.com - read ETIMEOUT
19:56:35  <_C1D>yes
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19:56:52  <_C1D>IrisStack
19:57:00  <mmalecki>JasonSmith: ^^
19:57:01  <Sly>_C1D: what's the username and app name that you're using?
19:57:41  <_C1D>Username: mypin, App Name: mypinChat, URL: Herocus.jit.su
19:57:44  <_C1D>Check the logs
19:58:35  <_C1D>Database name: herocus-chat
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20:00:04  <fauntle_down>relayjs.jit.su just tanked
20:00:06  <fauntle_down>is anything going on?
20:01:29  <Sly>fauntle_down: looks like it's up to me? O_o
20:01:37  <fauntle_down>one sec
20:01:51  <fauntle_down>404 page
20:01:55  <fauntle_down>are we having more load balancer issues?
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20:02:25  <pkarl>FYI, Sly SUCCESS, thx again
20:02:34  <mmalecki>up to me too? cache?
20:02:36  <fauntle_down>one browser works
20:02:41  <fauntle_down>yeah gimmie a sec
20:02:45  <jcrugzz>fauntle_down: they were just restarted. give it a second :)
20:03:30  <Sly>pkarl: Awesome! No problem. :)
20:04:19  <Sly>_C1D: It seems that the databases are connecting, but losing connection. mmalecki pinged JasonSmith, and that's about all we can do. We don't have control over the actual redis servers, unfortunately.
20:04:21  <fauntle_down>okay, I can access it again
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20:04:34  <_C1D>@Sly: Did you find the prob?
20:04:45  <_C1D>Ohhh
20:04:50  <_C1D>That sucks
20:04:54  <Sly>_C1D: I don't see any problem. Just looks like the connection is being closed for some reason.
20:05:07  <Sly>_C1D: But looking into your app, and your logs, it's showing that it's actually making the connection.
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20:05:26  <_C1D>If it dosn't get fixed I'm going to find an alternative.
20:05:27  <Sly>[03/29 15:53:35 EDT] INFO: Connected to Redis Publisher.
20:05:27  <Sly>[03/29 15:53:35 EDT] INFO: Connected to Redis Subscriber.
20:05:38  <_C1D>Yes, I saw those
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20:05:45  <_C1D>Its connecting and then disconnecting
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20:05:53  <Sly>Yeah, not sure what's going on with that. Sorry. :\
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20:06:14  <_C1D>Its k. Do you know any Redis alternatives?
20:06:30  <fauntle>so what just happened there? The load balancers tanked?
20:06:44  <Sly>_C1D: I don't use Redis, so I'm not familiar with all of the providers. Maybe someone else can give you a suggestion, or you can even try asking #node.js users what they prefer. :)
20:07:09  <_C1D>Okay, Thanks allot!
20:07:37  <Sly>No problem. :)
20:07:55  <_C1D>How do I add another channel? :P
20:08:04  <poorman>anyone else have this problem before?: /opt/haibu/apps/*********/******/package/node_modules/bcrypt/node_modules/bindings/bindings.js:87
20:08:17  <jaha>is there some trick to getting "gm" to work on nodejitsu, its throwing "Error: spawn ENOMEM"
20:08:22  <poorman>Error: Could not load the bindings file. Tried:
20:08:25  <_C1D>It looks like a prob with ur bcrypt
20:08:30  <nathan7>jaha: ENOMEM means it's running out of RAM
20:08:42  <mmalecki>_C1D: I'll ping JasonSmith
20:08:49  <nathan7>jaha: You have about 256M of RAM
20:08:54  <mmalecki>_C1D: he's handling our redises
20:09:07  <_C1D>Thanks
20:09:39  <poorman>yeah I get it's a problem with bcrypt. but it seems to be working fine locally.
20:10:13  <_C1D>Probably not enough RAM
20:10:50  <jaha>nathan7: how can i monitor or limit that usage…im only resizing 1 image
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20:12:03  <nathan7>jaha: fire it up locally, check out how much RAM it takes
20:12:11  <jcrugzz>poorman: you sure its an updated version of bcrypt?
20:13:01  <_C1D>@poorman Line 87 is blank (https://github.com/TooTallNate/node-bindings/blob/master/bindings.js#L87).
20:13:10  <_C1D>I think you have an old version
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20:17:08  <poorman>looking into it
20:17:19  * _pantspart
20:17:27  <poorman>nope fully upgraded and seems to be the same problem
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20:17:41  <jcrugzz>poorman: can you gist me your package.json?
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20:17:48  <poorman>sure
20:19:07  <poorman>https://gist.github.com/nickpoorman/06f40aa1be3ab79c4d77
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20:22:28  <jaha>nathan7: hmm, im only showing thats its using abour 125 at its peak
20:23:10  <jcrugzz>poorman: can you do a jitsu deploy --debug and gist me that full output?
20:23:50  <poorman>one sec. I don't think the nom package matches the github version
20:23:54  <poorman>*npm
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20:24:18  <jcrugzz>poorman: it should be ~0.7.5 or something of the sort
20:24:59  <poorman>crypt depends on "bindings": "1.0.0"
20:25:04  <poorman>*bcrypt
20:26:14  <webjay>It seems Iris Redis is causing problems again (Auth error: ERR operation not permitted). Anyone else see this?
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20:28:26  <jcrugzz>cc: JasonSmith
20:29:05  <poorman>https://gist.github.com/nickpoorman/06f40aa1be3ab79c4d77
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20:30:56  <poorman>jcrugzz: added it to the bottom of the other gist
20:32:43  <jcrugzz>poorman: can you try something crazy and just change bcrypt to have ~0.7.5 as its version?
20:32:48  <jcrugzz>and see what happens
20:32:53  <poorman>sure
20:33:39  <jcrugzz>cause mine worked completely fine which is very odd
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20:35:52  <poorman>still got nothing
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20:40:02  <poorman>this is going to drive me crazy
20:41:01  <jcrugzz>me too haha
20:41:03  <poorman>I'm running everything in production with no problems on my local machine
20:42:18  <poorman>do you have any special environment variables you set?
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20:42:51  <mmalecki>poorman: let me look
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20:45:02  <mmalecki>poorman: this is really weird
20:45:12  <mmalecki>poorman: I fetched your snapshot and the library is there
20:45:23  <poorman>should I just try removing the whole app and starting over?
20:45:37  <mmalecki>no, that won't do it
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20:46:28  <mmalecki>poorman: did it work before?
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20:47:52  <nathan7>https://blog.nodejitsu.com/nathan-zadoks-is-a-jitsuka \o/
20:47:58  <mmmike>hey, does anyone know what version of bcrypt works on nodejitsu?
20:48:07  <poorman>I think so. I can't remember which snapshot it worked for
20:48:29  <jcrugzz>mmmike: you having an issue on deploy?
20:48:37  <poorman>I disabled a bunch of stuff cause Redis was having a problem yesterday
20:48:38  <mmmike>yeah
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20:48:56  <poorman>ok so I'm not the only one.
20:49:14  <jcrugzz>mmmike: can you run a jitsu deploy --debug and gist the output?
20:49:14  <mmmike>haha good to know
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20:50:29  <mmalecki>mmmike: poorman YAY, I'm able to reproduce
20:50:34  <mmalecki>working on it now
20:50:49  <poorman>awesome. thanks.
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20:53:32  <mmmike>jcrugzz: https://gist.github.com/mikesurowiec/cb81859043c6413e1ff1/
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21:15:10  <mmalecki>poorman: mmmike got the issue, working out a fix now
21:15:18  <mmalecki>TooTallNate: still here :) ?
21:15:24  <poorman>thx
21:15:27  <TooTallNate>mmmike: jes
21:15:53  <mmalecki>TooTallNate: we most likely messed up a bit
21:16:04  <mmalecki>new code generates symlinks which look like:
21:16:05  <mmalecki>lrwxr-xr-x 1 maciej staff 34 29 mar 21:50 /Users/maciej/test-app/package/node_modules/bcrypt/build/Release/bcrypt_lib.node -> Release/obj.target/bcrypt_lib.node
21:16:32  <mmalecki>this is wrong, since they are relative
21:16:34  <TooTallNate>mmalecki: well damnit guys :p
21:16:41  <TooTallNate>mmmike: i'll take a patch :)
21:16:48  <TooTallNate>mmalecki rather ^
21:16:56  <TooTallNate>wtf autocomplete
21:18:05  <nathan7>TooTallNate: shitshit
21:18:17  <nathan7>fixing that
21:18:29  <mmalecki>I'll let nathan7 fix it and go back to my C
21:19:04  <mmalecki>nathan7: (you probably want to fall back to `cp`)
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21:20:04  <dereklee>anyone having deploy issues currently
21:21:07  <nathan7>TooTallNate: https://github.com/TooTallNate/node-gyp/pull/229
21:22:24  <TooTallNate>nathan7: k, v0.9.5
21:22:33  * nathan7npms
21:22:52  <mmmike>TooTallNate: haha no patch from me ;)
21:23:31  <nathan7>TooTallNate: a moment
21:24:12  * derekleequit (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
21:24:59  <nathan7>TooTallNate, mmalecki: pushed to npm
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21:31:32  <C1D>Hello
21:31:59  <C1D>I've been refreshing my page allot because I'm pushing allot of updates to my server
21:32:15  <jcrugzz>C1D: have there been any issues?
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21:32:24  <C1D>Now for some reason my client url has been blocked for Access-Control-Allow-Origin
21:32:36  <C1D>Its blocking Orgin from my site.
21:32:47  <C1D>I think it may think I'm DDoSing or somthing?
21:32:53  <C1D>XMLHttpRequest cannot load https://herocus.jit.su/engine.io/?transport=polling. Origin http://mypin.im is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin.
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21:34:03  <C1D>My username: mypin, application: mypinChat, url: heroucs.jit.su, and if you want to access my Client/Site PM me.
21:34:24  <jcrugzz>C1D: ill take a look for you :)
21:34:36  <C1D>Do you guys auto block websites when they ping the server allot?
21:34:46  <C1D>My logs aren't displaying anything
21:35:12  <C1D>Actully I don't think its my site
21:35:28  <C1D>I can't access it from my local server
21:35:35  <C1D>XMLHttpRequest cannot load https://herocus.jit.su/engine.io/?transport=polling. Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin.
21:36:06  <C1D>I'm going to try re-deploying
21:37:03  <C1D>Its working again
21:37:15  <C1D>jcrugzz: sorry for troubling you
21:38:13  <jcrugzz>C1D: ok cool :). its np
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21:59:09  <mmalecki>nathan7: good to deploy?
22:00:41  <nathan7>mmalecki: yeah
22:00:46  <mmalecki>nathan7: thanks.
22:03:51  <mmalecki>poorman: mmmike the fix for bcrypt was just deployed, can you guys give it a try?
22:04:06  <poorman>yeah ill try it
22:05:12  <mmmike>mmalecki: yay it worked!
22:05:25  <mmmike>thank you!
22:05:33  <mmalecki>mmmike: awesome. thank nathan7 for the fix :)
22:05:40  <mmalecki>sorry for problems guys
22:05:50  <mmmike>you rock nathan7
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22:06:23  <poorman>out of curiosity while this uploads, do I have to upload my node_modules folder or can I somehow leave that out?
22:06:53  <mmalecki>poorman: you can (and probably should) leave it out, unless you want to bundle stuff
22:06:55  <ljharb>only "bundledDependencies" are uploaded
22:07:02  <poorman>ok
22:07:19  <poorman>yeah I figure it didn't upload them but I thought I would check
22:07:32  <poorman>cause the upload seems to take forever
22:07:33  <mmalecki>poorman: unless you use jitsu, in which case, what ljharb said
22:08:00  <mmalecki>poorman: you use jitsu or webops?
22:08:05  <poorman>I use jitsu
22:08:08  <mmalecki>oh okay
22:08:11  <poorman>I didn't realize there was any other way
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22:08:13  <mmalecki>sorry, I was confused
22:08:24  <mmalecki>I'm not sure there is, actually :D
22:08:32  <mmalecki>there used to be, not sure if there is now
22:09:18  <poorman>seems to be working :)
22:09:39  <mmalecki>word!
22:09:41  <mmalecki>nathan7++
22:09:45  <poorman>thanks!
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22:22:15  <cronopio>nathan7: ++
22:22:41  <jcrugzz>nathan7: MOAR ++
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22:27:14  <nathan7>my index finger hurts because I burnt it on my 3D printer, yay
22:31:21  <zoki>wooot!
22:31:40  <zoki>now you can do this -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DconsfGsXyA
22:42:47  <nathan7>I develop RepRap
22:43:10  <nathan7>we've gone through the whole printed weapons debate years ago
22:43:17  <nathan7>only now is media picking up on it
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23:04:47  <zoki>oh, :) RepRap? lemme google it :P
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23:13:28  <nathan7>zoki: a open-source project aiming to produce self-replicating 3D printers
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23:14:29  <ljharb>aw for a second i thought you said zork and "3d printers" and i was expecting you to print me a grue
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23:17:12  <nathan7>ljharb: what's a grue look like?
23:17:19  <nathan7>ljharb: they're always kind of in the dark and stuff
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23:18:49  <st_luke>who is gonzohacker?
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23:19:46  <zoki>oh, thats interesting, what kind of 3D printer do u have? price range?
23:20:29  <ljharb>nathan7: in one of the infocom games you get to BE a grue, but if you look at yourself, you just "look like you always do" or something
23:21:05  <nathan7>Hey st_luke
23:21:15  <mmalecki>sup st_luke
23:21:27  <st_luke>hey dudes
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23:37:13  <nathan7>People look at you more than funny if you're sitting outside at a bus stop with your laptop at 00:36 wearing a purple hat
23:37:30  <nathan7>luckily there aren't a lot of people at 00:36 at a bus stop
23:40:07  <mmalecki>nathan7: trust me, they look even more funny when you sleep at a bus stop at 00:36
23:40:21  <mmalecki>hat is not required to gather funny looks in this situation
23:41:05  <nathan7>I really hope my new hat arrives soon
23:41:19  <nathan7>this hat is not too comfy
23:41:31  <nathan7>I'm too used to wearing a hat, it feels even weirder to not have a hat
23:42:05  <mmalecki>meh, I'd only wear a hat with a suit
23:42:14  <mmalecki>and I rarely ever wear a suit
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23:43:18  <nathan7>I wear a hat mopst of the time I'm not at home
23:43:31  <nathan7>people know me as the dude with the hat
23:43:36  <mmalecki>lol
23:43:43  <nathan7>someone didn't recognise me today because I was wearing a different hat
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23:46:04  <jcrugzz>nathan7: that hat must have been quite notable
23:46:25  <mmalecki>http://vimeo.com/62906245
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23:47:53  <jcrugzz>mmalecki: gave me a 404 >.<
23:48:14  <mmalecki>wut?!
23:48:30  <mmalecki>here: http://vimeo.com/mikeal, first video
23:50:31  <jcrugzz>ok
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23:50:41  <jcrugzz>something is fucked up
23:50:50  <jcrugzz>first pandora.com redirects to google.com
23:50:53  <jcrugzz>now http://vimeo.com/mikeal
23:51:02  <jcrugzz>whoops
23:51:11  <jcrugzz>it gives me this shit https://dl.dropbox.com/u/14043606/Screen%20Shot%202013-03-29%20at%207.48.35%20PM.png
23:53:00  <mmalecki>jcrugzz: wat?!
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23:53:14  <jcrugzz>mmalecki: im concerned...
23:53:16  <jcrugzz>wtf
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23:53:48  <mmalecki>jcrugzz: you at some hackerspace or something?
23:54:00  <mmalecki>maybe proxy acting weird
23:54:01  <jcrugzz>na just at some tea lounge in brooklyn
23:54:24  <jcrugzz>i usually use pianobar for pandora and even that didnt work
23:54:32  <jcrugzz>it got a tls mismatch error
23:54:40  <jcrugzz>and if i curl pandora.com
23:54:41  <nathan7>jcrugzz: No, just a plain black hat, trilbyish
23:55:34  <nathan7>I'm walking outside here, fucking with electronics, yay
23:55:54  <jcrugzz>mmalecki: https://gist.github.com/jcrugzz/46b19a235d99c5238ae5
23:56:07  <jcrugzz>nathan7: sounds like fun
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23:57:15  <mmalecki>jcrugzz: 173.194.73.104 is google.com
23:57:22  <mmalecki>jcrugzz: try doing `host pandora.com`
23:57:29  <mmalecki>something is up with DNS resolution
23:57:46  <jcrugzz>it just says 173.194.73.104
23:57:48  <jcrugzz>wtf
23:58:19  <jcrugzz>and ana who was in the same place was able to get to pandora.com
23:58:23  <jcrugzz>so something is up
23:58:41  <mmalecki>flush your DNS cache?
23:58:50  <nathan7>jcrugzz: Just made my DigiSpark do soft PWM :D
23:59:08  <nathan7>and bumped into a pole
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