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00:02:49  <mmalecki>Regan: we never return 403 from our balancer, does your app do that?
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00:04:11  <Regan>http://mi-url-shorten.nodejitsu.com
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00:07:57  <Regan>Julian: here is the result - https://www.blitz.io/report/9d79ee048affac72dcaae42eb02f51b8
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00:11:42  <Regan>I also tried using the direct path and a custom domain, and in both cases, they started to fail at around 35 requests per second.
00:12:21  <Regan>I hosted this same code on another provider and got significantly better results - I hate to say.
00:13:00  <Regan>So I was hoping you have some sort of choke or other component looking for attacks....
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00:14:34  <jcrugzz>Regan: that is interesting, looking into this
00:14:49  <Regan>ok - thanks
00:15:05  <mmalecki>Regan: where did you get that 403 from?
00:15:26  <Regan>from the front end
00:15:38  <Regan>while the test was running, I checked the site to see what it was doing
00:16:49  <mmalecki>which front-end? your front-end? if you could show me the response, that'd be helpful
00:17:00  <julianduque>Regan: did you setup the authorize tokens of blitz.io?
00:17:01  <Regan>yes - my front end
00:17:06  <Regan>yes i did
00:17:13  <Regan>i see some of the transactions in my database
00:17:33  <jcrugzz>Regan: this is what im seeing from your app https://gist.github.com/jcrugzz/f211043f95e82892e797
00:17:38  <Regan>check this - http://mi-url-shorten.nodejitsu.com - I will start a blitz in 30 secs
00:18:09  <julianduque>Regan: will check
00:18:17  <Regan>running
00:18:18  <Regan>now
00:18:34  <julianduque>I got the error
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00:19:02  <Regan>is there a tail command for your logs? so I can watch real time?
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00:19:48  <jcrugzz>Regan: unfortunately at this time there is not.
00:20:30  <Regan>ok
00:21:25  <mmalecki>Regan: are you using some external API?
00:21:28  <Regan>just looking more closely at your gist - those are old?
00:21:50  <Regan>it is making a whole bunch of POST's to a service
00:22:06  <julianduque>Regan: that error is from express-extras module that you are using
00:22:09  <Regan>I can see the data appear in my database as the test runs
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00:23:09  <Regan>mu-943299b6-11bc48bc-a8df1760-5192f0df is the file that Blitz is looking for so it knows its my domain
00:23:32  <Regan>so that's not really an error
00:24:11  <julianduque>Regan: the 403 error is from express-extras: https://gist.github.com/julianduque/2dc5c93644ccd8923c35
00:24:43  <julianduque>Regan: they have a throttle https://gist.github.com/julianduque/c210e1f86b677b97903d
00:24:47  <Regan>the errors in that gist are from an hour ago - so there really isn't an app error (at least, not that I see?) - it seems like the requests aren't getting to my app
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00:24:48  <julianduque>it's not from our end
00:25:03  <julianduque>Regan: yes, you can ignore the error from the log
00:25:04  <Regan>ok - let me check
00:25:12  <julianduque>Regan: it's express-extras messing up
00:25:16  <mmalecki>Regan: please disable throttling. you are guaranteed to get requests from 8 IP addresses only
00:25:31  <mmalecki>so if you lock them down, no joy :)
00:25:40  <julianduque>:)
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00:39:03  <Regan>doh - okay, updating whitelist and deploying - sorry about that... I will post results when I get them
00:39:30  <julianduque>Regan: awesome
00:40:04  <Regan>one challenge is that Blitz has IP addresses that change all the time
00:40:29  <Regan>is there anyway to see the IP addresses of requests hitting my app on your logs? or do logs just show errors?
00:42:07  <julianduque>Regan: write a log with the header x-forwarded-for
00:42:10  <julianduque>iirc
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02:11:19  <jaridmargolin>Allocation failed - process out of memory FATAL ERROR: Malloced operator new Allocation failed - process out of memory
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02:14:20  <mmalecki>jaridmargolin: yo
02:14:26  <mmalecki>when did that happen? more info please.
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02:16:50  <jaridmargolin>first time attempting to deploy
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02:17:21  <mmalecki>jaridmargolin: what's your username and appname?
02:17:47  <jaridmargolin>firstopinion
02:17:55  <jaridmargolin>and I just deleted the app
02:17:58  <jaridmargolin>re deploying
02:18:12  <jaridmargolin>I had a strange setup using distribute as a proxy
02:18:29  <jaridmargolin>learnboost distribute
02:18:44  <jaridmargolin>and learnboost up to keep everything running
02:18:54  <jaridmargolin>assumed this was causing some issues
02:19:03  <jaridmargolin>so I am re deploying now just with my base app
02:19:29  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: you don't need the proxy and the process monitor
02:19:48  <jaridmargolin>nodejitsu handles it all for me
02:19:53  <jaridmargolin>correct?
02:19:56  <julianduque>correct
02:20:21  <julianduque>also, can you create a gist with your package.json please?
02:21:13  <jaridmargolin>haha. Been spending the last couple of days putting these pieces in play. Wish i had looked into nodejitsu first
02:21:54  <julianduque>it works if you deploy the app on your server/vps but we handle all of that :)
02:21:58  <jaridmargolin>I can. Give me one moment
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02:22:22  <paulo>Is anybody from support there? My webapp keeps dying.
02:22:30  <jaridmargolin>Yep. I previously had it setup on a VPS so these measures seemed necessary
02:22:41  <jaridmargolin>But it was a headache and I had no deploy process, etc...
02:23:10  <jaridmargolin>Nodejitsu seems to good to be true
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02:24:17  <paulo>anybody?
02:24:22  <julianduque>paulo: yes!
02:24:45  <julianduque>paulo: username and appname please
02:24:45  <paulo>so my app (strider.jit.su) keeps stopping itself
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02:24:53  <paulo>username: itemhoundpaulo app: strider
02:25:01  <julianduque>paulo: let me check
02:25:04  <paulo>is there anything im doing wrong
02:26:34  <julianduque>paulo: how it is crashing?
02:27:04  <paulo>it keeps stopping
02:27:16  <paulo>it seems like i have to manually start it every 2 days
02:27:29  <julianduque>paulo: it's crashing now?
02:27:40  <paulo>i just restarted it like 10 mins ago
02:27:41  <mmalecki>paulo: are you getting 'app is stopped' when accessing it?
02:27:44  <paulo>yes
02:27:45  <mmalecki>or what do you mean?
02:28:10  <paulo>users got a "nodejitsu.com reached maximum retries limit"
02:28:12  <paulo>page
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02:29:43  <mmalecki>paulo: well, that means that your app is crashing when responding
02:30:27  <paulo>so its on my end?
02:30:38  <paulo>is there a way for me to get logs?
02:31:09  <paulo>apart from jitsu logs
02:32:21  <julianduque>paulo: let me check the logs from the last drone
02:33:05  <jaridmargolin>does nodejitsu support the most up to date version of node?
02:33:26  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: not yet, we are still on 0.8.x
02:33:36  <jaridmargolin>ah ok
02:33:42  <mmalecki>paulo: I'm seeing some stops from webops, is that right
02:33:59  <mmalecki>jaridmargolin: 0.10.x has too many flaws still. crypto performance is terrible
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02:35:58  <julianduque>paulo: I can see a crash
02:36:12  <paulo>okay?
02:36:24  <julianduque>paulo: https://gist.github.com/julianduque/5fe8498d6ab04781c16e
02:37:34  <paulo>Ok ill look into it. Thanks for the help!
02:38:00  <mmalecki>paulo: also, we don't stop the app after first crash, there has to be relatively lots of them
02:39:15  <jaridmargolin>https://gist.github.com/jaridmargolin/30ef388f1fc8d1e1fd68
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02:40:09  <jaridmargolin>seems easy enough to update the timeout... wondering if there is an underlying issue though
02:40:58  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: what is the size of the package?
02:43:49  <jaridmargolin>the total size of the app? including node_modules?
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02:47:13  <jaridmargolin>size of the project, when viewing info on the directory, is 77.4 MB
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02:50:23  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: is that size normal?
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02:50:35  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: well, without node_modules
02:51:27  <paulo>@julianduque i redeployed my app, now im getting Internal Server Error
02:51:48  <paulo>Nodejitsu Error 500
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02:53:10  <jaridmargolin>node_modules account for 44.9 MB
02:53:36  <kenperkins>back
02:54:13  <jaridmargolin>a few images in the pub dir probably resulting in the additional 30 MB
02:55:56  <julianduque>paulo: when deploying or loading your app?
02:56:10  <paulo>deploy completes
02:56:18  <paulo>when starting the app i get that error
02:56:26  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: that could be a reason, we are experiencing some problems on packages > 30MB
02:56:34  <julianduque>paulo: let me check
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03:00:58  <jaridmargolin>should images be uploaded elsewhere ?
03:01:31  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: you can use a cdn for that
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03:04:19  <jaridmargolin>guess. with the little traffic I expect for now, seemed like overkill, but can look into it
03:04:46  <jaridmargolin>and when you say can, do you mean, should?
03:05:02  <julianduque>should, yes :)
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03:05:15  <julianduque>until we figure out whats happening with the packages :/
03:05:22  <jaridmargolin>haha. is there a cap on disk space?
03:05:32  <julianduque>no isn't disk space
03:05:40  <julianduque>it's memory
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03:06:00  <julianduque>drones are 256mb of ram
03:06:01  <jaridmargolin>hmm
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03:06:59  <paulo>@julianduque any updates? my app is still down
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03:07:48  <julianduque>paulo: i'm on it
03:07:57  <julianduque>paulo: you changed something?
03:08:47  <kenperkins>cronopio hello again :D
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03:10:12  <jaridmargolin>everything lives in memory?
03:10:36  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: no no
03:10:47  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: it's a problem on the untar process
03:10:54  <paulo>@julianduque touched a line of code to catch the errors being thrown earlier
03:11:08  <julianduque>paulo: because i'm not seeing a crash
03:11:21  <julianduque>paulo: and that error is from your end, so i don't know :/
03:11:22  <paulo>the error happens when i run jitsu start
03:11:38  <paulo>when i run everything locally, no problems
03:12:12  <julianduque>let me investigate deeper
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03:15:43  <julianduque>paulo: it's a express error
03:16:03  <julianduque>paulo: The end of the string was reached with no closing bracket found.
03:16:22  <julianduque>on layout.jade
03:16:30  <julianduque>:64 62
03:17:04  <jaridmargolin>julianduque: wanted to thank you for the assistance
03:17:12  <jaridmargolin>was able to successfully deploy
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03:17:22  <paulo>okay now i cant seem to restart my previous instances
03:17:28  <paulo>1-126
03:19:38  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: awesome!
03:19:50  <jaridmargolin>immediately ran into problem with user uploads
03:19:57  <jaridmargolin>about ot look at logs
03:22:37  <julianduque>paulo: i'm trying to active -128,
03:24:21  <julianduque>paulo: -126 started
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03:24:37  <julianduque>paulo: -128 and -129 are failing, that Internal Server Error is from Express on production env
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03:24:49  <paulo>its okay
03:25:03  <paulo>i just redeployed, commented all offending lines as a band aid remedy
03:25:36  <paulo>i just wish nodejitsu would provide better feedback on why instances fail :-/
03:25:42  <julianduque>paulo: tell me if you need help
03:25:59  <paulo>yep. youve been great. Thanks! :)
03:28:03  <julianduque>:)
03:30:24  <jaridmargolin>Error: ENOENT, open '/opt/haibu/apps/firstopinion/first-opinion/package/public/uploads/a2463158a94b987c0583c373805ef123.jpg'
03:31:18  <jaridmargolin>ahhh nvm
03:31:39  <jaridmargolin>too many problems, because I just shoved this app into nodejitsu without thinking
03:31:49  <jaridmargolin>will figure it out tomorrow
03:32:00  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: let me check that last error
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03:35:10  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: it's because the uploads folder don't exist
03:35:31  <jaridmargolin>I know. haha sorry
03:35:33  <jaridmargolin>should have said
03:35:46  <jaridmargolin>I deleted because that is why my app was so large
03:35:50  <jaridmargolin>couldnt deploy with it there
03:36:23  <jaridmargolin>so you would recommend taking user uploads and adding them immediately to a cdn?
03:38:44  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: also, file persistence in Nodejitsu is temporary
03:38:59  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: if you upload again your app files will be missing
03:39:20  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: so, we recommend to use cdn/file storage solutions like s3 or cloudfiles
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03:45:01  <jaridmargolin>Great first experience with nodejitsu
03:45:12  <jaridmargolin>good service. good support
03:45:23  <jaridmargolin>thanks and have a good night
03:45:25  <julianduque>:)
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03:45:30  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: thanks to you sir
03:45:44  <julianduque>jaridmargolin: always welcome here :)
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05:07:06  <brandoncopley>I am trying to deploy but getting a 500 error everytime
05:07:18  <brandoncopley>Error running command deploy error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error error: No matching versions found
05:07:20  <brandoncopley>any ideas?
05:07:30  <brandoncopley>on node 0.10.x
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05:08:10  <brandoncopley>?
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05:15:59  <julianduque>brandoncopley: we don't support 0.10.x, please try with 0.8.x
05:20:21  <ljharb>when will you?
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05:47:27  <niftylettuce>anyone need country codes? https://github.com/getprove/node-country-codes
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05:51:24  <brandoncopley>alrigth 0.8.x works, but i am getting parameter url errors
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05:51:58  <brandoncopley>TypeError: Parameter 'url' must be a string, not undefined error: at Object.urlParse [as parse] (url.js:96:11) error: at Function.<anonymous> (/opt/haibu/apps/brandoncopley/wombat/package/web.js:53:22) error: at Function.app.configure (/opt/haibu/apps/brandoncopley/wombat/package/node_modules/express/lib/application.js:393:61) error: at Object.<anonymous> (/opt/haibu/apps/brandoncopley/wombat/package/
05:52:08  <brandoncopley>this seems to be part of your host?
05:52:37  <julianduque>brandoncopley: it's a problem in your code, web.js file
05:53:12  <brandoncopley>ok, interesting - it runs on heroku no problems
05:53:18  <brandoncopley>and on localhost
05:57:44  <brandoncopley>ahh node_modules
05:57:59  <brandoncopley>how do I set it so I upload node_modules and they don't get pulled from the server?
05:58:15  <julianduque>brandoncopley: on bundledDependencies add the deps you want to upload
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05:59:05  <brandoncopley>hm, yeah - that's still not it...interesting
05:59:16  <nathan7>what is that line?
05:59:19  <brandoncopley>ahh i bet it's my process envs...
05:59:32  <brandoncopley>im using redis, and i set my environment objects up...
05:59:48  <julianduque>brandoncopley: set with jitsu env set
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07:06:41  <kuma>how do we identify if drone's memory quota has been exceeded
07:06:43  <kuma>?
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07:21:22  <starcount>Morning. Our test team have been reporting a Nodejitsu "502 Max retries reached" error overnight. What would cause that?
07:21:42  <starcount>Not sure if that is our code, or if there is some infrastructure issue going on.
07:21:51  <starcount>Not seen it before yesterday.
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07:25:59  <starcount>@julianduque Did you get anywhere with our zombie issue?
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07:27:38  <nathan7>Good morning
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07:36:10  <starcount>502s?
07:36:44  <nathan7>Okay
07:37:19  <nathan7>so our new logic retries drones until it finds one that doesn't ECONNREFUSED/ETIMEDOUT
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07:43:44  <starcount>Ok. So, it's the equivalent of ECONNREFUSED
07:43:52  <starcount>So, it's a problem from our code?
07:44:54  <Swaagie>starcount, hey there, no I don't think so, appname/username please?
07:46:50  <starcount>starcount/core-staging
07:46:58  <starcount>It's been intermittent all night apparently.
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07:47:50  <Swaagie>looking into it atm
07:48:44  <starcount>Thanks. I'm studying our logs, but nothing obvious.
07:50:25  <Swaagie>starcount, {"code":404,"error":"Not Found"} is expected at root of http://staging.core.starcount.jit.su/?
07:50:57  <starcount>Yes. Got to /fans
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07:52:00  <Swaagie>starcount, we had 3 econnrefusing balancers, all related to amsterdam
07:52:10  <starcount>Ah, ok. Fixed now?
07:52:14  <Swaagie>still checking what made them go haywire
07:52:17  <Swaagie>it should be
07:52:39  <Swaagie>unless you got another app that is in 500 status for other reasons than the balancer
07:52:54  <starcount>Don't think so.
07:53:09  <starcount>Is @julianduque around? He was working on something for me last night?
07:53:17  <Swaagie>julianduque, ^
07:53:54  <julianduque>starcount: hello, ready to go to bed right now but I don't have anything.. I'm trying to reproduce it with no success
07:54:04  <starcount>Ok, thanks.
07:54:10  <julianduque>I will keep trying in the morning
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08:42:25  <kuma>how do we identify if drone's memory quota has been exceeded?
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08:48:47  <Hounddog>good morning folks
08:49:28  <`3rdEden>Good morning sir
08:50:03  <Hounddog>i am just installing haibu and trying to play around with it but the instructions are somehow confusing me
08:50:12  <Hounddog>hi '`3rdEden hows it going?
08:50:27  <`3rdEden>I'm doing alright, you?
08:50:42  <Hounddog>trying to wrap my head around things :)
08:51:13  <`3rdEden>Unfortunately, i'm by no means a haibu expert :0
08:52:03  <Hounddog>its just like starting the server is ok then i want to start the demo and i am like how does it know where to deploy
08:53:59  <`3rdEden>Hounddog: isn't that specified in the package.json?
08:54:05  <`3rdEden>https://github.com/nodejitsu/haibu#packagejson-settings
08:54:23  <`3rdEden>o, wait that's just running hte apps :%
08:54:54  <Hounddog>yeah somehow this getting started doc is nice and short... too short for me :)
08:54:56  <`3rdEden>Anyways; https://github.com/nodejitsu/haibu/blob/master/lib/haibu.js#L13-L23
08:55:43  <`3rdEden>that's where they are deployed ;0
08:56:47  <Hounddog>lemme just try this hello span example and see
08:58:18  <Hounddog>cannot find module eyes... bad start into the day
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08:58:46  <`3rdEden>Hounddog: npm install eyes, done
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08:59:03  <Hounddog>should already be there with haibu i think
08:59:24  <`3rdEden>hm, right
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09:00:53  <Hounddog>npm prefix -g shows usr/local
09:00:57  <Hounddog>...
09:03:53  <`3rdEden>global installations suck.
09:04:41  <Hounddog>sure but installing haibu locally also makes no sense :p
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09:07:32  <thatguynamedandy>Hi, can anyone help with a sockets.io issue? It's the first app I have deployed on Nodejitsu and it reverts to short polling mode.
09:10:27  <Swaagie>`3rdEden, ^
09:10:58  <`3rdEden>thatguynamedandy: do you have subdomain we can see?
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09:11:57  <thatguynamedandy>http://thatguynamedandy.nodejitsu.com/
09:12:20  <thatguynamedandy>here is a Gist of the package.. https://gist.github.com/thatguynamedandy/5411343
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09:15:08  <`3rdEden>thatguynamedandy: it uses websockets here
09:15:37  <`3rdEden>I see that all the transports are correctly configured (by inspecting the handshake response of socket.io)
09:16:16  <`3rdEden>so there aren't any indications that it's not functioning as intended
09:16:17  <thatguynamedandy>oh ok, sounds like it might be a firewall network issue where I am
09:16:26  <`3rdEden>yes, that might be case
09:16:49  <thatguynamedandy>Initially I was getting.. "NetworkError: 502 Bad Gateway - http://thatguynamedandy.nodejitsu.com/socket.io/1/websocket/BZ9gLbp1ujaKYNJZXbL1" BZ9gLb...NJZXbL1 Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at ws://thatguynamedandy.nodejitsu.com/socket.io/1/websocket/BZ9gLbp1ujaKYNJZXbL1.
09:17:30  <`3rdEden>thatguynamedandy: only have issues using firefox?
09:17:40  <`3rdEden>or does chrome have the same issues
09:18:27  <thatguynamedandy>chrome appears to be the same
09:18:42  <`3rdEden>Then it must be your firewall or virus scanner
09:19:04  <`3rdEden>which virus scanners & firewalls are you using?
09:19:11  <thatguynamedandy>joy, I'll try it on an external line, thanks for the help
09:19:20  <`3rdEden>There are couple that are known to block
09:19:30  <`3rdEden>there's a small list in the socket.io wiki about it
09:19:44  <`3rdEden>Anyways, your welcome :)
09:19:46  <thatguynamedandy>ok thanks I'll take a look over there
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09:28:19  <kuma>kuma
09:28:50  <kuma>hi
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09:29:23  <kuma>I'm asking this again - how do we identify if drone's memory quota has been exceeded?
09:29:24  <kuma>:)
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09:34:45  <vekexasia>hello all
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09:53:55  <sgaw>Hi. Does anyone know if it is possible to use a static IP address for incoming traffic on Nodejitsu? I need to handle incoming GPS data over GPRS and the GPS devices don't route through a DNS server so data has to be sent to an IP address.
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10:04:00  <mmalecki>sgaw: hi :)
10:04:14  <sgaw>mmalecki: Hello.
10:05:22  <mmalecki>sgaw: we can implement that for you, I'm a big fan of hardware hacks
10:06:19  <mmalecki>sgaw: I have to run some errands in the real world now, but if you could email me at maciej at nodejitsu.com with some details, that'd be great
10:06:31  <sgaw>mmalecki: Will do, thanks.
10:06:41  <mmalecki>sgaw: pleasure
10:07:08  <sgaw>mmalecki: Enjoy the errands!
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10:07:35  <mmalecki>heh, I'm picking up my macbook which enjoyed a bath in coffee
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10:07:42  <mmalecki>not sure if that one's enjoyable
10:07:45  <mmalecki>but thanks ;)
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10:07:59  <sgaw>Yeah, not ideal!
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10:10:00  <Sacha_>hey guys :)
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10:11:21  <Sacha_>Anything I should be aware of?! Deployment is a bit bitchy again... running now with the debug flag
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10:17:08  <Hounddog>somehow this cannot be right... to use haibu now i am having to install it globally to run the server and locally to run the script
10:21:11  <Hounddog>il check back later... fed up now
10:22:58  <nathan7>er
10:23:03  <nathan7>Yeah, haibu is a bitch to set up
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10:28:05  <gildean>i should take some time to finish the haibu gui i started
10:28:43  <gildean>i actually had a newer version of it, but hadn't pushed the commits outside my local comp, and of course the hdd broke
10:29:06  <gildean>and it's pretty annoying to rewrite things
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10:35:04  <Sacha_>HEy guys... Activating a snapshot in my case is like rolling a dice and hope I got a six :)
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10:51:04  <littlejim84>Can I ask… do you think you'll ever do a smaller priced Business plan? …I basically want the same features as a simple Individual plan, but have the option of SSL on a custom domain. I want to start small with a business idea, but SSL is essential from the get go, and paying $50 straight away a month seems like a lot.
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11:04:39  <Hounddog>nathan7: according to the docs is pretty 'simple' ...
11:05:15  <Hounddog>just wanted to test it out once with some examples...
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11:38:07  <jan____>did anything change recently regarding application subdomains? we have foo.ourapp.jit.su that used to work, but now foo. 404s.
11:38:22  <jan____>might entirely be our bad, just checking whether there is anything on Nodejitsu’s end.
11:38:41  <mmalecki[out]>jan____: yo
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11:39:02  <jan____>mmalecki: ohai
11:39:08  <mmalecki>jan____: this is a recent change in lb architecture, fix is going out today
11:41:39  <jan____>mmalecki: woha, this is critical for us. can you give me a heads up when it is back up again?
11:41:51  <mmalecki>jan____: sure. your email?
11:42:03  <jan____>jan@apache.org
11:42:10  <jan____>mmalecki: thanks!
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11:44:28  <nathan7>*that* jan____?
11:44:48  <jan____>nathan7: dunno!
11:44:53  <nathan7>yep :>
11:45:02  <jan____>*waves*
11:45:04  <`3rdEden>you mean there are others?
11:45:55  <nathan7>I know a jan from ##electronics
11:46:35  <jan____>that is not me
11:47:51  <nathan7>I know
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11:48:25  <nathan7>that jan is short for Janet or something
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11:50:32  <nathan7>Janine*
11:50:52  <jan____>pah, imposters
11:51:33  <`3rdEden>clones :)
11:52:33  <nathan7>She has a dash, though.
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11:54:29  <mons54>Hello, I have a problem with my app
11:54:56  <mons54>I can't access to app with "www"
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11:55:21  <mons54>http://chess-game.jit.su/
11:55:23  <mons54>http://www.chess-game.jit.su/
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11:57:07  <jan____>mons54: I had a similar question and I got: [13:39:07] <@mmalecki> jan____: this is a recent change in lb architecture, fix is going out today
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12:00:26  <mons54>What can we do?
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12:18:29  <dileep>error in installiton og node Current version: v0.10.4
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12:22:19  <`3rdEden>dileep: That's because node 0.10 is not supported yet
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12:25:05  <dileep>then which version to be installed so that i can installed it withour error
12:25:18  <`3rdEden>0.8.22
12:25:23  <`3rdEden>or any 0.8.x
12:25:30  <dileep>r u sure
12:25:45  <dileep>thats too old version i think so
12:26:31  <`3rdEden>why is it to old
12:26:38  <`3rdEden>0.10 was just released
12:26:56  <`3rdEden>0.8.x was the stable version before 0.10.x
12:27:08  <Nexxy>0.8.x is still what people are using in production
12:27:17  <Nexxy>JUST FYI
12:27:22  <Nexxy>lolol
12:28:44  <dileep>thankxxxx
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12:33:27  <nathan7>0.10 still has Real Bugs™
12:35:04  <`3rdEden>like crypto ._.
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12:56:40  <mahisha>Hi, I am trying to deploy an application on nodejitsu
12:56:45  <mahisha>but it is giving some error
12:56:54  <mahisha>I created a gist page at : https://gist.github.com/mahisha/5412490
12:57:06  <mahisha>Could some body please help me in this.
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12:58:37  <`3rdEden>mahisha: node 0.10 is not supporte
12:58:39  <`3rdEden>d*
12:58:54  <`3rdEden>o wait, nvm..
12:59:06  <`3rdEden>;D that's the version of node you are using, not deploying on
12:59:18  <`3rdEden>my mistake. Could you past your package.json in a gist?
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13:17:03  <robin>Hi, my deploy keeps failing, can i talk to someone to figure out why? told me to go here
13:18:34  <robin>here's the gist of the error message.. not much there though,... Internal Server Error https://gist.github.com/nielsrobin/5412600
13:20:02  <Sly>robin: what's your Nodejitsu username?
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13:22:05  <robin>nielsrobin
13:23:00  <robin>hmm.. nevermind.. just read jitsu deploy --release patch ... and it worked
13:23:05  <robin>ran*
13:23:24  <robin>not sure why that would work .. when just running "jitsu deploy" failed
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13:23:31  <Sly>robin: looks like you have some errors in your log.
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13:27:02  <Sly>robin: Other than the errors, I'm not seeing anything that should have caused this.
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13:30:04  <nathan7>robin: Could you run it with --debug?
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13:34:07  <rcastar>hello
13:34:17  <Sly>rcastar: Hi there. :)
13:34:55  <rcastar>hi
13:37:15  <rcastar>I wantm to implement a website infrastructure hosting several gambling games. It seems socket.io/node is the best solution for our games communication and integration. Will nodejitsu allow me to host everything, including the website and HTML5 games?
13:37:26  <nathan7>er
13:37:48  <nathan7>Yes, but I'm worried about the gambling games part
13:37:53  <Sly>^
13:38:03  <rcastar>We are giving our first steps with node
13:38:15  <rcastar>for now we just want to test it
13:38:21  <Sly>rcastar: Are you in the US?
13:38:26  <rcastar>UK
13:38:27  <mmalecki>unfortunately this isn't acceptable use policy: http://legal.nodejitsu.com/acceptable-use-policy.html
13:39:04  <nathan7>Damn, I can't build an app to sell drugs?
13:39:24  <nathan7>Imagine the possibilities! Social drug buying!
13:39:34  <rcastar>Gambling is legal here in the UK
13:39:46  <nathan7>Yeah, the US is less lenient, we'd rather stay on the safe side
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13:39:58  <rcastar>Sure
13:40:03  <rcastar>I understand
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13:51:59  <smc>hi room. i had a quick question about "drones". i am just starting to evaluate nodejitsu for a node.js app i am writing, and was wondering if there was a bit more concrete cs definition or explanation someone could provide
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13:52:14  <smc>if it is a true OS level process, can i consume as much CPU and RAM as i like? :)
13:52:57  <smc>i know each hosting provider has their own terms (ecu, dyno, etc)
13:52:59  <nathan7>a drone is a single VM
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13:53:17  <nathan7>Currently your app is embedded in our app host
13:53:27  <smc>hi nathan- what are the specs of the vm
13:53:32  <smc>or limitations i should say
13:53:38  <nathan7>256M RAM, 1 vCPU, 2G disk space
13:53:51  <smc>ah, ok thanks, that helps
13:54:10  <switz>i thought a drone was 512
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13:54:27  <smc>no cpu throttling like aws micros, right?
13:54:28  <nathan7>We have larger drones for business customers
13:54:31  <nathan7>smc: Nope.
13:54:43  <switz>didn't all drones use to be 512?
13:54:56  <nathan7>Someone compared AWS and Joyent and Joyent is a lot faster in CPU perf
13:55:07  <`3E>switz: it was 256 for as long as I can remember
13:55:11  <Sly>^
13:55:49  <smc>last question, for the routing... what algo are you using if i had n drones (n > 1)
13:55:59  <nathan7>For routing the HTTP reqs?
13:56:00  <smc>heroku got busted for "intelligent" routing being just random
13:56:07  <smc>yeah
13:56:19  <nathan7>I'd have to check, I *think* we do something that isn't purely random
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13:56:37  <Sly>smc: We use round-robin on our load balancers.
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13:56:49  <Gabriel>hello
13:56:53  <`3E>Sly: actually, it's sticky
13:57:01  <`3E>it's not just round robin
13:57:02  <nathan7>random isn't that problematic when you don't block on requests
13:57:03  <Sly>I was saying on the *balancers*.
13:57:08  <Sly>I hadn't got to drone yet. :P
13:57:14  <`3E>:D
13:57:19  <Gabriel>I'm having problems installing meturk module on the host, any ideas?
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13:57:29  <nathan7>meturk?
13:57:35  <nathan7>I don't see it on npm
13:57:37  <smc>yeah very true, shouldnt be blocking on requests, but just thiking about slow responses and theoretical max waits
13:57:40  <Gabriel>mturk, mechanical turk from amazon web services
13:57:43  <`3E>mechanical turk
13:57:52  <smc>thanks guys. very knowledgeable crew in here
13:58:04  <nathan7>C=
13:58:11  <smc>i think id rather give you my $$ than amazon/heroku/joyent ;)
13:58:15  <smc>will be seeing ya around
13:58:16  <smc>take care
13:58:48  <Sly>smc: you too. :)
13:59:08  <Gabriel>any ideas then?
13:59:19  <Gabriel>I installed localy using npm
14:00:28  <Gabriel>Hello?
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14:04:12  <Gabriel>Is there a way to run npm on the host manually?
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14:07:46  <nathan7>Gabriel: what do you mean?
14:07:59  <nathan7>Gabriel: jitsu uploads a packfile containing your app
14:08:33  <nathan7>Gabriel: the build server installs all the dependencies
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14:08:35  <`3E>Gabriel: you can just install npm as a node module and orchestate that
14:08:41  <nathan7>Gabriel: this is packed up and uploaded to our database
14:08:57  <nathan7>Gabriel: and that's a snapshot
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14:10:20  <Gabriel>well
14:10:44  <Gabriel>the thing its that I have it, but some how doesn't ffint it
14:11:31  <Gabriel>i have it on the /package.json
14:11:38  <Gabriel>mturk: 'latest'
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14:12:33  <sandfox>this one :: https://npmjs.org/package/mturk
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14:22:07  <rcastar>I created a trial account
14:22:44  <rcastar>I want to test this game using my account: http://def-end.com/post/2581436503/simple-ping-pong-game-node-js-socket-io-canvas
14:23:10  <rcastar>Can you help me giving the first steps
14:25:18  <Seventoes>rcastar: get it running and do jitsu deploy
14:25:23  <Seventoes>that's it :P
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14:29:08  <rcastar>can I run it inside an Ubuntu virtualbox?
14:29:41  <Seventoes>yep
14:29:56  <rcastar>ok
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14:34:22  <smc>hey room, was just here but had one followup question- any ETA for meteor support?
14:34:36  <smc>i know its probably a fiber/joyent issue, but was wondering if you heard anything
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14:56:04  <jomf>Hi there, is there any limitation on how many drones I can assign to a single app on the individual plans, if I choose large?
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15:03:22  <jcrugzz|breakfas>jomf: there is a 3 limit per app. Anything more than that and you should be on a business plan
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15:03:38  <jomf>ok thanks
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15:07:19  <nathan7>smc: figuring that out
15:07:33  <nathan7>ah
15:07:47  <smc>ok cool, figured it was on the radar just wasnt sure if anyone had a status offhand
15:08:17  <nathan7>smc: the issue is as follows
15:09:55  <nathan7>smc: our build servers build fibers/bin/solaris-x64-v8-3.11/fibers.node
15:10:07  <nathan7>smc: the drone looks for fibers/bin/sunos-x64-v8-3.11/fibers.node
15:10:45  <smc>do you have a resolution in mind, and timeframe guess?
15:11:06  <smc>thnx for info btw, appreciate your support for a future customer! ;)
15:12:47  <nathan7>the uname for SmartOS changed from one version to another
15:13:36  <smc>so is this a wait for Joyent deal then?
15:14:12  <nathan7>as far as I can recall it's that
15:14:27  <nathan7>I haven't tried recently really
15:15:29  <smc>ok cool. i may ping Joyent and check back here after a few weeks to see if anything has changed
15:15:34  <smc>appreciate it nathan
15:15:55  <nathan7>if our build servers are upgraded then it'll probably work
15:16:05  <nathan7>because the only issue seems to be the name of the folder
15:16:15  <nathan7>we tried renaming and using it as a bundled dep and that works
15:16:19  <nathan7>so, there's a workaround
15:16:23  <nathan7>but it's not pretty
15:16:39  <smc>well thats good to hear, yah better to wait for proper fix on their end
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15:20:30  <nathan7>smc: actually..
15:20:31  <nathan7>smc: it works!
15:22:05  <nathan7>smc: seems we've upgraded all the things already
15:22:25  <sente>hey guys, a colleague put up rednote.nodejitsu.com and i'm trying to figure out why you can 'curl rednote.nodejitsu.com' in a second, but it hangs in a browser
15:23:01  <sente>shot in the dark I know, but I figured I'd ask
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15:23:44  <nathan7>I get 500 Redis connection to sente.cc:6379 failed - connect ECONNREFUSED
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15:27:25  <nathan7>interesting
15:27:28  <nathan7>sente: curl: (23) Failed writing body (7615 != 16384)
15:27:36  <nathan7>sente: that's what curl gives me
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15:31:09  <sente>nathan7: bad timing
15:31:15  <sente>try now
15:31:46  <nathan7>now it loads fine
15:32:31  <nathan7>music doesn't work
15:33:05  <nathan7>oh, it's flash D:
15:33:28  <sente>interestnig
15:33:34  <sente>no, it shouldn't rely on flash
15:33:47  <sente>nathan7: can you tell me if http://app.rednote.com works for you?
15:34:03  <sente>nathan7: it should fall back to html5
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15:34:25  <nathan7>sente: I have flash and flashblock
15:34:32  <nathan7>maybe I should just get rid of Flash entirely
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15:34:43  <nathan7>Oh, wait, my bad
15:34:51  <nathan7>Flashblock fucks with flash detection
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15:35:58  <sente>yeah it does
15:36:06  <sente>can you tell me what browser/OS you're using?
15:37:06  <nathan7>Chromium 26.0.1410.63 / Arch Linux
15:38:13  <sente>can you tell me if http://bit.ly/Z60S76 auto-plays, and if not, if it atleast plays when you click the playbutton?
15:38:19  <sente>much thanks, btw
15:38:43  <nathan7>silent entirely
15:38:55  <nathan7>also the field with song/artist/genre/year are empty
15:39:07  <sente>lol so fail
15:39:14  <nathan7>and when I turn flash on.. blam
15:39:23  <sente>http://i.imgur.com/C3wIP7W.png that's what i see
15:39:28  <nathan7>colour and filled-in fields
15:39:33  <nathan7>I turn it off, silence again
15:40:34  <nathan7>sente: http://i.imgur.com/yW10CYR.png
15:40:37  <nathan7>sente: that's with no flash
15:40:48  <nathan7>sente: I turn flash on and music starts playing instantly and I see what you see
15:40:55  <nathan7>sente: I turn it off, no visual change, music stops
15:41:03  <sente>{
15:41:03  <sente> "error": "FLASHBLOCK",
15:41:03  <sente> "referer": "http://app.rednote.com/message/e6108f14",
15:41:03  <sente> "sessionID": "s7tlNpbSEOmzKheZzhV7Ft9o.otWDeOlgo5yZPbWUF9Y3kqSVpnG/ZqXbRVq2ok+o9kk"
15:41:03  <sente>}
15:41:06  <sente>fishy
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15:41:50  <sente>http://www.schillmania.com/projects/soundmanager2/demo/play-mp3-links/
15:41:56  <sente>can you play those links, with flashbock enabeld?
15:42:55  <kenperkins>morning
15:44:19  <nathan7>sente: yes
15:46:52  <sente>nathan7: we fail then
15:47:11  <nathan7>hmm
15:47:56  <sente>this is mostly for mobile devices, thankfully
15:48:16  <nathan7> //if($(this).hasClass('selected')){
15:48:17  <nathan7> // alert('closing shit that was expanded')
15:48:17  <nathan7> //}
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15:49:01  <sente>yeah we're pretty professional
15:49:12  <sente>lol the source is atrocious
15:49:41  <jcrugzz>kenperkins: morning ken
15:49:46  <sente>its all being rewritten
15:49:46  <nathan7>a tip: spaces really do help
15:49:58  <sente>spaces?
15:50:00  <nathan7>before I got the hang of it I used jsbeautifier for a while
15:50:09  <nathan7>if (blah) { instead of if(blah){
15:50:16  <sente>ah, heh
15:50:19  <nathan7>and var x = y instead of var x=y
15:50:31  <sente>so, that file, was first created by some consulting firm
15:50:48  <sente>and then me, and two other people have been hacking it
15:51:00  <sente>i use vim and am usually pretty anal about formatting
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15:51:30  <nathan7>I have a shortcut for jsbeautify
15:51:32  <sente>the other two use ... i dont know what, some shit-editor with conflicting settings
15:51:38  <sente>yeah, so di
15:52:05  <nathan7>[=
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15:54:05  <sente>nathan7: thank you for the help
15:54:25  <nathan7>sente: maybe try HTML5 first
15:55:23  <sente>nathan7: we're supposed to be
15:55:24  <nathan7>document.createElement('audio').play is an okay thing to feature-detect on
15:55:38  <kenperkins>sigh, why are banks so pathetic
15:55:47  * kenperkinsjust provisioned his corporate CC web-account
15:55:53  <kenperkins>10 char max, no special chars
15:55:53  <sente>can you try http://qa.rednote.com ?
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15:57:03  <nathan7>same thing, though labels load without flash
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16:01:10  <jcrugzz>kenperkins: old technology ftw
16:01:15  <jcrugzz>insecure databases
16:01:16  <jcrugzz>woot
16:05:44  <kenperkins>gives me the warm and fuzzies
16:08:17  <jcrugzz>haha yes that is the feeling ;)
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16:21:13  <kenperkins>cronopio: have you heard anything about feedback on my PR?
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17:13:49  <NodeJS>My application is not working help me
17:14:03  <jcrugzz>NodeJS: what is going on?
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17:14:36  <NodeJS>I get Internal Server Error always
17:16:15  <NodeJS>Does anybody help me?
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17:17:53  <jcrugzz>NodeJS: could you be anymore descriptive on what you are trying to do? A username/appname would help as well :)
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17:23:37  <booyaa>mmm bit baffled as to why winston-mongodb isn't logging in my flatiron app. http://flatironjs.org/#logging
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17:25:13  <booyaa>erp, typo, standby
17:26:06  <jcrugzz>booyaa: let me know ;)
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17:28:39  <booyaa>wine o'clock soon
17:29:41  <booyaa>pardon my french, but
17:29:47  <booyaa>LE FUCK YEAH!
17:29:56  <booyaa><-- idiot wasn't doing things correct
17:30:32  <jcrugzz>happens to the best of us
17:30:40  <jcrugzz>doesnt mean you are an idiot ;)
17:31:04  <vlad___>I serve binary files from mongo's GridFS. What's the best way to cache to reduce node processing and get the user their file faster?
17:31:27  <booyaa>heh too kind jcrugzz ;)
17:31:32  <vlad___>Varnish is what I used before...but I was looking at 'versions'
17:32:24  <vlad___>Can I use varnish on nodejitsu?
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17:34:48  <booyaa>vlad___: i know express has static cache, presumely there's something identical in flatiron
17:34:54  <booyaa>but versions would be a good idea
17:36:38  <jcrugzz>vlad___: we only do things that can be run as node apps
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17:39:00  <jcrugzz>vlad___: but im not familiar with how GridFS is used. I would personally use some kind of CDN for any binary files (or build your own with versions of course)
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17:55:54  <pick>anyone experiencing grief with logs? I do jitsu logs and they are never up to date.
17:56:14  <nathan7>We use Loggly for our logs
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17:56:32  <pick>ah good idea ha
17:56:34  <nathan7>They're kind of shit at times, we're working on replacing them
17:56:44  <nathan7>pick: jitsu logs uses loggly
17:56:55  <NodeJS>Does anybody can help me with my problem?
17:57:11  <pick>oh … got it
17:57:14  <nathan7>What is your problem?
17:57:24  <nathan7>pick: So, we're working on our own logging infrastructure
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17:57:54  <pick>cool cool, thanks
17:58:35  <jcrugzz>NodeJS: we are here to help if you can give us some info on whats happening :)
17:58:56  <NodeJS>I get server internal error
17:59:16  <jcrugzz>What are you trying to do?
17:59:22  <jcrugzz>where do you see this?
18:01:03  <NodeJS>I try to see my application in web browser
18:01:45  <jcrugzz>NodeJS: what is your username/appname?
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18:02:52  <NodeJS>How to write private message?
18:03:16  <jcrugzz>NodeJS: /msg jcrugzz username/appname
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18:08:10  <kenperkins>nathan7: have you looked at Papertrail at all ?
18:08:26  <nathan7>kenperkins: Papertrail?
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18:08:41  <nathan7>kenperkins: ah
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18:31:37  <indexzero>yo yo kenperkins
18:31:50  <kenperkins>hey charlie
18:32:44  <kenperkins>indexzero: how was TXJS (was at openstack summit)
18:32:50  <indexzero>kenperkins: TXJS was great
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18:33:41  <indexzero>how was the summit?
18:33:45  <indexzero>I heard good things
18:33:51  <kenperkins>good, I just did first two days
18:34:04  <kenperkins>lots of "orchestration" and "continuous"
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18:34:34  <nathan7>Is TXJS video up yet?
18:34:38  <nathan7>I'm yet to see indexzero's talk
18:34:54  <mmalecki>nathan7: it was quite hilarious, I have to say
18:35:19  <indexzero>BECAUSE STAR TREK
18:36:18  <mmalecki>indexzero: are your slides up somewhere yet?
18:36:51  <indexzero>https://github.com/indexzero/presentations
18:36:57  <indexzero>pushing now
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18:39:38  <kenperkins>indexzero: so was the big openstack user Bloomberg? I ran into Rick Richardson at random
18:41:31  <nathan7>the heck's a .key?
18:41:42  <indexzero>nathan7: keynote
18:42:29  <mmalecki>indexzero: put that up on speakerdeck too
18:42:43  <indexzero>mmalecki: k
18:43:09  <nathan7>oh, OS X crap
18:43:16  * nathan7catches fire
18:43:36  <mmalecki>someone get fire department in here?
18:43:44  <nathan7>no, no
18:43:48  <nathan7>it's a regular occurrence
18:44:13  <mmalecki>that seems quite inconvenient
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18:50:15  <lpin>guys i'm getting strange lag spikes in websockets
18:50:25  <lpin>is it just me?
18:50:32  <lpin>http://wsping.jit.su/
18:50:39  * nathan7puts a hard hat on
18:51:03  <nathan7>it's spiky
18:51:04  <lpin>got some 700 / 800 ms spike
18:52:31  <nathan7>not seeing them here
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18:54:02  <slast>when deploying using jitsu, my version is getting set to null for a new project
18:54:08  <slast>has anyone seen this before?
18:54:39  <lpin>nathan7 hmm ok, must be eu prob then
18:54:41  <nathan7>I have, actually
18:54:50  <nathan7>slast: What was your previous version?
18:54:58  <slast>its a new project
18:55:12  <slast>I tried setting it to 0.0.0 and 0.1.0
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18:56:10  <nathan7>:|
18:56:18  <nathan7>could you gist your package.json?
18:56:38  <nathan7>and you're usign jitsu 0.12.10-2?
18:56:50  <slast>https://gist.github.com/simonlast/5415310
18:57:04  <slast>i just updated jitsu a moment ago
18:58:20  <slast>yes, 0.12.10-2
18:59:34  <nathan7>by the way, "start": "node server/server.js"
18:59:58  <slast>gotcha
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19:01:30  <nathan7>okay, I can't reproduce this :(
19:03:34  <slast>https://gist.github.com/simonlast/5415371
19:03:41  <slast>heres a paste of jitsu
19:04:00  <nathan7>..maaaan
19:04:05  <nathan7>this is going to keep me up at night
19:04:13  <slast>haha
19:04:38  <nathan7>node -v?
19:04:59  <slast>as in "start": "node -v server/server.js" ?
19:05:25  <slast>thats still the same
19:05:29  <nathan7>no, I mean, locally
19:05:38  <slast>ahh
19:05:39  <slast>v0.8.8
19:05:45  <nathan7>!
19:05:48  <nathan7>That's rather old
19:06:05  <nathan7>0.8 is at 0.8.23
19:06:15  <slast>ill update
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19:08:38  <slast>ok
19:08:38  <slast>https://gist.github.com/simonlast/5415414
19:08:43  <slast>still happening
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19:11:23  <nathan7>Okay, now I am really bummed
19:11:32  <nathan7>info: jitsu v0.12.10-2, node v0.10.4
19:11:34  <nathan7>That matches my side
19:11:39  <nathan7>I have the same package.json
19:11:45  <nathan7>and I cannot reproduce this.
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19:18:17  <slast>ok i tried removing package.json and having jitsu make it for me
19:18:20  <slast>and that worked
19:18:51  <kenperkins>sigh
19:18:59  <kenperkins>cronopio: around?
19:20:16  <yawnt>kenperkins: what's up? :)
19:20:31  <kenperkins>yawnt: just have to figure out how to refactor pkgcloud tests
19:20:41  <yawnt>oh
19:20:42  <kenperkins>they represent a tremendous amount of debt
19:20:51  <yawnt>well yeah that's a question for cronopio then
19:20:52  <yawnt>haha :)
19:20:56  <kenperkins>(they are consistently non-deterministic)
19:21:08  <kenperkins>which basically devalues the tests as a whole
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19:54:32  <jeffwhelpley>not sure if it is cool to ask http-proxy library questions here, but can someone point me to a reference for the types of events you can listen to on a proxy object? in the docs I just see 'end'.
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19:58:25  <nathan7>jeffwhelpley: if it's not in the docs - grep -R "\.emit" is your best bet
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20:00:28  <jeffwhelpley>fair enough, thx for the tip
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20:48:37  <starcount>Hi. Can someone tell me if there is a problem in Amsterdam? Our staging site has gone down, but I can't work out why - I'm getting 502s. http://staging-core.starcount.net/
20:49:01  <starcount>starcount/core-staging
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20:50:20  <starcount>Though, if I'm honest, I think it's our code.
20:52:03  <nathan7>I'm getting a 400 / currently stopped
20:54:04  <mcarter>I'm getting 400 / currently stopped on an app that the dashboard says is running
20:54:17  <mcarter>then intermittently get Failure: haibu Error (500): Internal Server Error
20:54:52  <starcount>Yep, something weird going on.
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20:56:44  <jcrugzz>mcarter: username/appname?
20:56:51  <jcrugzz>starcount: what do the logs say?
20:57:16  <starcount>Nothing. It doesn't look like it hit the logs.
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20:57:34  <starcount>I tried restarting, but it was stopped.
20:57:44  <starcount>So, I just started it, and it's back up.
20:58:36  <starcount>It's possible that our background RabbitMQ subscribers got flooded and brought down the servers.
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21:01:05  <jcrugzz>starcount: ok, let me know if you see anything weird with it
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21:01:26  <jcrugzz>ill take a look at the amsterdam pool
21:01:53  <yawnt>aight
21:01:57  <yawnt>i'm hopping off
21:02:00  <yawnt>bb guys
21:02:15  <starcount>Ok. I'm thinking about it - we have quite a few subscribers listening in the background for messages - the queues are sharded, so it's possible that the activity was too much for it, whilst serving requests at the same time.
21:02:36  <starcount>But I would have thought that it would handle it ok, it's not that much going on.
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21:06:33  <annago>I've just paid for the micro plan, but haven't received an email confirmation. Will I ever receive an email confirmation?
21:07:39  <nathan7>You should, yeah
21:07:48  <nathan7>Did you change from another plan?
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21:09:03  <annago>Nope
21:09:18  <annago>I had also just changed email address
21:09:23  <nathan7>hrm.
21:09:29  <annago>I really hope the email didn't go to the old email
21:09:35  <annago>It was a birthday present...
21:09:41  <nathan7>Oi
21:09:55  <nathan7>annago: Can you give me both emails in PM?
21:10:18  <annago>How do I PM again?
21:10:19  <nathan7>I'll make sure that email gets there :>
21:10:23  <nathan7>/msg nathan7 blah blah
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22:45:12  <RyanNielson>I'm trying to deploy my first app to nodejitsu and getting these errors: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5416830 Any ideas?
22:51:08  <nathan7>RyanNielson: Hi!
22:51:18  <RyanNielson>nathan7: Hi there Nathan
22:51:24  <nathan7>RyanNielson: We don't support 0.10 on our cloud yet
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22:51:41  <nathan7>RyanNielson: You'll want "engines": { "node": "0.8.x" }
22:51:43  <RyanNielson>nathan7: Oh okay, what's the newest version that's supported? Also, is there a list somewhere of supported versions? I can't find it.
22:52:01  <nathan7>RyanNielson: It's not a good idea in general to set specific versions
22:52:39  <RyanNielson>nathan7: Oh kay, good to know.
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22:54:55  <martin_>hello everyone
22:55:38  <RyanNielson>Hi martin
22:55:54  <martin_>Question for you. Does nodejitsu support alias domains , like the ones offered by dnsimple.com
22:56:13  <martin_>alias domain records
22:56:50  <RyanNielson>martin_: I'm just a lowely nodejitsu user myself, nathan7 can probably help you though.
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22:57:12  <nathan7>CNAMEs?
23:00:08  <nathan7>martin_: You can CNAME to dns.jit.su if you don't have email at your domain
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23:01:49  <martin_>nathan7 dnsimple.com and others support alias records now, which basically allow apex domains to be resolved with pass easily. Heroku supports them and it avoids the dreaded 8 load balancer a record situation
23:02:00  <martin_>with PaaS
23:02:19  <nathan7>a CNAME is a DNS alias
23:02:27  <nathan7>CNAME records
23:02:31  <martin_>yes, but cnames don't work for apex domains
23:03:37  <martin_>see here: http://blog.dnsimple.com/zone-apex-naked-domain-alias-that-works/
23:04:51  <nathan7>that should plain work
23:05:27  <martin_>I will try it right away
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23:07:41  <martin_>yes it does, very smooth
23:08:06  <martin_>You should actually blog about this, perhaps jointly with dnsimple.com - So convenient
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23:15:35  <nathan7>martin_: Yeah, thanks
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23:45:00  <Leo__>hi
23:45:11  <Leo__>can anyone help me with a problem i am having
23:45:55  <jcrugzz>Leo__ sup?
23:46:18  <Leo__>im trying to deploy my app that uses nodejs and socket.io and get the error
23:46:34  <Leo__>Cannot find module 'socket.io'
23:46:34  <jcrugzz>Leo__: could i see the error?
23:46:38  <Leo__>yea
23:46:39  <Leo__>one sec
23:46:40  <jcrugzz>ahh
23:46:43  <Leo__>lemme compy and paste
23:47:00  <jcrugzz>Leo__: paste it in a gist (gist.github.com) along with your package.json please :)
23:47:07  <Leo__> Error: Cannot find module 'socket.io' at Function.Module._resolveFilename (module.js:338:15) at Function.Module._load (module.js:280:25) at Module.require (module.js:362:17) at require (module.js:378:17) at Object. (/opt/haibu/apps/leoreyes/nodedraw/package/app.js:4:7) at Module._compile (module.js:449:26) at Object.Module._extensions..js (module.js:467:10) at Module.load (module.js:356:32) at Function.Module._load (module.js:312
23:47:09  <Leo__>ok
23:47:12  <Leo__>i will
23:49:02  <Leo__>https://gist.github.com/LeoYReyes/5417090
23:49:07  <Leo__>ok there it is
23:50:58  <jcrugzz>Leo__: so anytime you deploy, we always look at your package.json to tell us what modules you need
23:51:23  <jcrugzz>you want to have all your modules that your app uses in `dependencies`
23:51:46  <jcrugzz>a cool trick to use is when you install a module, run `npm install socket.io --save`
23:51:54  <jcrugzz>that will automatically save it as a dependency :D
23:52:10  <Leo__>oh ok yea i didn't change anything on the package.json i just had it auto generate
23:52:37  <Leo__>ah ok thanks i will try that
23:54:59  <jcrugzz>Leo__: np :)
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23:55:46  <starcount>Hi. I've been meaning to ask this for a while, but keep forgetting...
23:56:26  <starcount>We have a module which we include in every project which comes from a private github repo - not published to npm
23:56:39  <starcount>We use bundleDependencies to deploy it.
23:57:21  <starcount>But, is there a way to give nodejitsu an SSH key, so that it can be retrieved from our github repo automatically, without using bundleDependencies?
23:57:59  <mmalecki>starcount: nope, not yet, sorry
23:58:03  <starcount>I think that would allow us to use a webhook to deploy as well, not currently possible, I dont think.
23:58:07  <jcrugzz>starcount: hmm i dont think that is possible currently. since everything is just installed from npm
23:58:12  <mmalecki>this has some security implications and we want to make sure everything's fine
23:58:14  <starcount>Ok, cool.
23:58:28  <starcount>Is there a better way than using bundleDependencies?
23:58:49  <starcount>I might just publish it to npm. I don't want a private npm repository.
23:59:02  <starcount>There's nothing much of any great secrecy in their.
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23:59:07  <starcount>Mostly just utils.
23:59:15  <starcount>*there*
23:59:22  <jcrugzz>starcount: then go for it. that would resolve the hassle hah
23:59:44  <starcount>I want to move our model code in there, which is probably a bit more secret-saucy.
23:59:53  <starcount>I'll think about it, thanks.