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00:31:21  <kenperkins>cronopio: https://github.com/nodejitsu/pkgcloud/issues/125
00:31:23  <kenperkins>just how the day goes
00:31:30  <kenperkins>stream.pipe is busted with cloudfiles
00:31:35  <kenperkins>since way before my changes
00:31:51  <jcrugzz>kenperkins: yes
00:32:23  <kenperkins>jcrugzz: depressing :(
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00:33:09  <jcrugzz>as i was successful in some testing when I was working on that one PR
00:33:15  <kenperkins>well, you can pipe anything you want, however, if you don't have a content-length header, it'll fail
00:33:23  <kenperkins>which defeats the purpose of piping
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01:41:21  <sarm>Getting command not found after install jitsu
01:41:35  <sarm>Any Ideas
01:41:39  <julianduque>sarm: OS?
01:41:48  <julianduque>and how you installed jitsu?
01:41:59  <sarm>Mac 10.8.3
01:42:18  <sarm>Using Node v 0.10.3
01:42:37  <sarm>sudo npm install jitsu -g
01:43:14  <julianduque>make sure the npm bin path is on your PATH env variable
01:44:42  <julianduque>sarm: look, this is related to npm and your OS PATH, http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14803978/npm-global-path-prefix
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01:50:33  <sarm>Thanks @julianduque, totally worked.
01:50:39  <julianduque>sarm: awesome!
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04:11:03  <doktorj>hey guys, what's the latest version of node you currently support on you micro accounts? so i don't get too far writing something that i then can't run there?
04:11:51  <julianduque>doktorj: 0.8.x
04:12:00  <julianduque>doktorj: still working on 0.10.x support
04:12:59  <doktorj>i just saw that 8.9 stable is out ( i was using 8.6 before today, then i saw 8.8 out and grabbed that but have been having serious problems with that version ) even tho 8.9 stable is out
04:13:11  <doktorj>what ver do you recommend?
04:13:26  <julianduque>on nodejitsu 0.8.x
04:14:19  <doktorj>i just spent like 3 hours fighting with that 8.8 and the new flatiron cli npm
04:14:37  <julianduque>8.8 ?
04:15:00  <doktorj>oh man, it looks really nice and even started working mostly at first...but tonnes of headaches after re-configuring/re-installing atleast 3 times
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04:15:27  <doktorj>i just un-installed it and gave up on that for now, might go with optimist later if i need it
04:15:36  <doktorj>i'm only talking about my local btw
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04:16:13  <doktorj>it's been out a while and stable as far as i've heard
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04:25:26  <Corren>unusual to have connectivity problems at home
04:25:30  <Corren>:(
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04:44:41  <ljharb>doktorj: just compile it to real JS before you publish, in a prepublish script
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04:48:00  <doktorj>that is the standard
04:48:10  <doktorj>well
04:48:13  <doktorj>although
04:48:19  <doktorj>it would be might nice to not have to
04:48:59  <doktorj>i rarely ever have to on my local. can usually just use the coffee command instead of node cuz well, it's just faster/easier/prettier and such
04:50:07  <ljharb>if you don't want to have to, write it in JS :-p
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04:50:50  <kenperkins>howdy ljharb
04:51:27  <doktorj>as jeremy ashkenas says ( inventory of backbone.js/coffeescript and works for nytimes) " coffeescript is just javascript" - without the horrific parts
04:51:58  <doktorj>i didn't buy it till i had to try it for a while, now i've used it a couple years on and off, and really love it, especially with node
04:53:44  <doktorj>trying to write something in node that will gather interesting web data (big but simple) using a nice cli for now for multiple type of pages with node/coffee/jquery/jsdom/colors - and it's been quite enjoyable for the most part so far
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04:54:49  <doktorj>later i want to take the data and hook it up to d3.js kindof charts and stuff which looks amazing - and probably use mongodb for it unless someone convinces me on redis or some other nosql db... any suggestions on that in here?
04:55:06  <doktorj>i like how mongo does everything in json... alot,
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04:56:09  <doktorj>but don't know if it's overkill for my limited budget on nodejitsu even if i gather the data semi-slowly.. maybe it will be fine
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04:56:25  <doktorj>or maybe i should use redis or couchdb instead i dunno
04:56:46  <ljharb>yo
04:56:58  <ljharb>doktorj: yes, but jeremy ashkenas also keeps trying to convert JS into ruby :-p
04:57:30  <ljharb>doktorj: CS is not just JS. it's got serious variable shadowing issues, it mimics classical inheritance (always a bad decision), and it does not generate particularly efficient JS.
04:57:41  <doktorj>yea, ruby that's like just as fast as anything in javascript
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04:58:03  <doktorj>he's actually taking the good parts from many languages, and well, i fuqing love ruby
04:58:49  <doktorj>20 years of slowly evolved syntax sure does pay off in shui/beautiful code even if it's node can run circles around it speed / scaleability wise
04:59:28  <doktorj>ruby on rails is still has it's purpose for non big data/massive scaleable stuff i think
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05:00:58  <ljharb>doktorj: then convince browsers to run ruby natively
05:01:10  <doktorj>don't need to
05:01:11  <ljharb>and pure JS *is* beautiful code :-)
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05:01:20  <doktorj>i couldn't agree less
05:01:37  <doktorj>i've always strongly disliked the syntax until i found coffee-script actually
05:01:42  <doktorj>but all to their own
05:01:43  <doktorj>: )
05:01:44  <ljharb>obviously that's subjective
05:01:54  <doktorj>: )
05:01:59  <ljharb>but to add a huge layer of complexity, and one that has serious implementation flaws, just for aesthetics, doesn't seem right
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05:02:46  <leichtgewicht>ljharb: out of curiosity: what implementation flaws are you talking about?
05:03:04  <doktorj>there's so many levels of abstraction down to the binary level that, if you don't have get a performance loss for coding in a language that looks more like art to you than chaos? why not use what you like?
05:03:25  <ljharb>leichtgewicht: variable shadowing. classes - JS does not have classes (classical ones) and they can't be emulated well.
05:03:42  <doktorj>it easily pre-auto-compiles down to linted javscript for you if you want, but usually ende up being a 3rd or less of the code
05:03:55  <doktorj>once you get used to it
05:04:07  <doktorj>i didn't like it at first much
05:04:42  <ljharb>the size of the code really isn't the issue
05:04:45  <leichtgewicht>ljharb: I understand that classes are a "on top construct" that really is discussable, but variable shadowing? Never had any problem with it.
05:04:55  <ljharb>also, source maps are only in one browser. you can't debug well if you can't debug all browsers.
05:05:00  <doktorj>now it's one of my fav languages out of 15 or so ( i've known/used )
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05:05:25  <doktorj>i've rarely ever had a problem debugging
05:05:30  <ljharb>leichtgewicht: you may never have had a problem, but it's got an issue with it. specifically, it removed "var", but didn't add something like "global" - sometimes you *want* to reuse a variable name
05:06:09  <doktorj>and if you get to that point, you should start using something like backbone 1.0 or someting mvc to organize your code better
05:06:17  <doktorj>imo : )
05:06:47  <ljharb>that may be true. but it can still result in you unintentionally changing a variable in an enclosing scope.
05:06:48  <doktorj>even tho i havn't used it to much, i do still like the rails mvc
05:06:52  <leichtgewicht>ljharb: that is a cosmetical aspect, but I can't count that as implementation flaw. Sometime to want to write "for i in [0..10]" is not a flaw of javascript its just a missing feature or choice.
05:06:58  <ljharb>and language features that are confusing, should be avoided.
05:07:26  <ljharb>leichtgewicht: "missing syntax" isn't missing. it's just something you're used to in another language.
05:07:31  <doktorj>i like express too, but you can tell by using it it's noticeably way less evolved, as is js to ruby syntax - 3 years compared to 20 there
05:07:44  <leichtgewicht>ljharb: like variable shadowing.
05:08:02  <leichtgewicht>Not broken(flaw) just different.
05:08:29  <doktorj>yea, well sometimes i don't like that, but other times i learn later that he was actually very clever in many of the choices he made with coffeescript especially
05:09:26  <doktorj>this guy ( same stephenson ) wraps it up quite nicely
05:09:29  <doktorj>https://vimeo.com/35258313
05:09:42  <ljharb>cleverness is an antipattern in that it often hides the true purpose of code.
05:09:53  <doktorj>and makes all the key points as to why, i'm not neary as good as explaining in english -
05:10:51  <doktorj>i dunno... too much cleverness is a bad thing, but too much attachment to the latest and greatest can also be quite the unstable anti-pattern : )
05:10:55  <leichtgewicht>What really is broken is that there is no equivalent for "function name(){}" you can write "name = ->" but that only equals "var name = function(){}"; Difference being: debuggers and method printing actually use that name.
05:11:36  <doktorj>i didn't like that part at first, now, for the most part i'm used to it and like it better
05:11:45  <doktorj>or just function designing
05:12:35  <doktorj>i was looking into how to better organize stuff into seperate class files easier with it tho, and see many options, but will probabably just go with the standard but coffee export module npm style route
05:14:23  <doktorj>it's an aquired taste no doubt, but worth it in the long run imo : ) i gotta reboot befoot this thing - hope to chat more later tho and see what kidnof tech stack(s) you're into
05:14:28  <doktorj>adioz
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07:06:41  <drunkgoat>hi guys, i need some help with ssl on a custom domain. i purchased a certificate from godaddy, now, i need to put in the CSR.. i'm on OSX, how do i generate a csr to work with nodejitsu?
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07:24:55  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master a9a6719 Jarrett Cruger: [fix] don't return the 'connect' emit in case there is a callback and ensure the socket is closed before emitting close on the client
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07:25:15  <Nodejitsu-Github>godot/master a5c0285 Jarrett Cruger: [dist] Version bump. 0.4.5
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08:24:39  <simone>Hi
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08:55:54  <Siyfion>Is anyone able to help with billing issues on here?
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09:02:07  <`3rdEden>Siyfion: What's up?
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09:03:35  <Siyfion>`3rdEden: Alas, I've decided to cancel my subscription for the time being... But it's halted everything straight away. I only paid the most recent monthly fee about 3 days ago. Was just wondering if this should be the case?
09:05:26  <`3rdEden>It cancels everything straight away, we should probably be more informative about that in our UI.
09:05:53  <Siyfion>I can understand that it cancelled the billing, but I wasn't expecting it to simply shut off the drones...
09:06:59  <`3rdEden>Siyfion: Yeah, I can understand that. Maybe you can ask chjj about that when he wakes up or send an e-mail to support
09:07:43  <Siyfion>`3rdEden: Well it just means that I'm having to flap a bit now, getting stuff transferred off...
09:08:12  <Siyfion>`3rdEden: np, thanks for the help.. Oh and I liked hearing you on NodeUp :)
09:09:13  <`3rdEden>Siyfion: sorry if I couldn't be more helpful. I'll tweak the UI to make sure the "The plan will unsubscribed immediately" is more clear on the modal dialog. And I hoped you enjoyed the nodeup :)
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09:22:46  <Beraki>Help ! Cant register my card ! Maximum call stack size exceeded Error
09:23:49  <nathan7>Being investigated, thanks
09:24:11  <Beraki>whats being investigated
09:24:51  <`3rdEden>Beraki: What creditcard company provided your creditcard? Mastercard/visa etc? (if I may ask ;) )
09:26:03  <Beraki>Visa
09:27:21  <`3rdEden>Beraki: could you supply me with a screenshot of the error through PM?
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09:28:16  <Beraki>a white page with "Maximum call stack size exceeded" written on it
09:28:40  <`3rdEden>Beraki: :D no need to screenshot then
09:29:46  <`3rdEden>Beraki: does it happen everytime or just once?
09:30:56  <Beraki>Everytime I try to register
09:31:05  <Beraki>I did it like 4 times
09:31:17  <`3rdEden>Beraki: okay
09:31:26  <`3rdEden>i'm on it
09:31:37  <`3rdEden>just need to reproduce it locally
09:31:55  <Beraki>pease do so that i finish what I want
09:32:17  <Beraki>Please * and I want to ask some thing small
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09:33:37  <`3rdEden>Beraki: It's reproducible locally so it should be fixed today. Is there an e-mail address I can reach you on so I can give you an heads up when it's live?
09:34:06  <Beraki>drogba20020@gmail.com
09:34:29  <`3rdEden>Thanks!
09:37:19  <Beraki>same to you 2 !
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09:42:23  <Romu>Hi there, we talked about an issue on Nodejitsu some weeks ago about flash sockets enabled with socket.io
09:42:33  <Romu>it was for this application: http://grolsch-prototype-bigbold.jit.su/
09:42:47  <Romu>which return an error 400 because of the flash sockets transports
09:43:07  <Romu>Nathan told me he was going to work on it, any news about that? :)
09:43:15  <`3rdEden>Romu: I've got a working pull request open for it
09:43:23  <`3rdEden>it just needs to be accepted by mmalecki and deployed
09:43:23  <Romu>right
09:43:59  <Romu>I will start a technical review for a project very soon, how long do you think that will take?
09:44:01  <`3rdEden>So it's in the loop, i can't give an ETA on it
09:44:08  <Romu>And can I test it with your fork?
09:44:16  <Romu>right ok
09:44:26  <`3rdEden>Romu: not really, it needs to be deployed on our load balancers
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09:54:12  <Romu>ok no worries, I'll try to follow that, thanks!
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10:04:38  <Romu>is your pull request public? can I see it somewhere?
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10:27:47  <`3rdEden>Romu: the pull request isn't public, it's in our http-proxy wrapper
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11:53:17  <sbarow>Ola, need some advise with deploying.
11:53:36  <sbarow>Is it possible to run just a tcp server?
11:54:17  <sbarow>i.e net.createServer(function(sock) { ... }.listen(6052)
11:54:50  <`3rdEden>sbarow: we only support port 80
11:55:03  <sbarow>okay so listen(80) ?
11:55:08  <`3rdEden>and 443 for https
11:55:27  <sbarow>or does that mean no tcp servers
11:55:45  <`3rdEden>only HTTP servers
11:55:54  <`3rdEden>now that I think of it
11:55:56  <sbarow>Hmmmkay that would explain :-)
11:56:03  <`3rdEden>as our load balancer writes some headers
11:56:13  <sbarow>any plans for tcp in the future/
11:56:14  <`3rdEden>like x-forwarded etc for ip
11:56:41  <`3rdEden>sbarow: There might be
11:56:51  <`3rdEden>you can request it at http://nodejitsu.uservoice.com/ if you have a nodejitsu account
11:57:04  <sbarow>cool, will do.
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12:47:26  <sbarow>booyaa|foo: hahahah
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13:04:28  <nathan7>sbarow: we have a feature req open on this
13:04:49  <nathan7>sbarow: maybe websockets will do for your application?
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13:05:29  <sbarow>nathan7: okay. Unfortunately need tcp.
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13:07:01  <nathan7>sbarow: https://nodejitsu.uservoice.com/forums/177247-public-cloud-suggestions-and-feature-requests/suggestions/3233696-tcp-support
13:07:31  <nathan7>sbarow: the issue is that it's really hard to do this in IPv4-land
13:07:58  <nathan7>sbarow: we need maybe 15 public IPs per DC
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13:08:31  <nathan7>sbarow: load balancers, API, outgoing NAT
13:08:53  <nathan7>sbarow: This works because we can identify what app something is for
13:09:03  <nathan7>sbarow: that's part of HTTP after all
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13:10:38  <sbarow>nathan7: ahhhh okay.
13:11:22  <nathan7>sbarow: so it's pretty hard to do generic TCP on user-chosen ports
13:11:48  <nathan7>sbarow: on IPv6 - sure, more IP addresses than the Sahara has grains of sand
13:12:20  <sbarow>nathan7: might sound like a dumb question but what if you just had one port which users could use for tcp? much like you do for http and https
13:12:33  <sbarow>and you specified the port?
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13:13:23  <`3rdEden>nathan7: i think the biggest problem is our loadbalancer
13:13:25  <nathan7>sbarow: a connection comes in, we receive "EHLO"
13:13:30  <nathan7>sbarow: what do we do?
13:14:03  <`3rdEden>which just doesn't work with TCP (by default)
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13:15:01  <sbarow>nathan7: see what you mean.
13:15:58  <nathan7>oh, even better
13:16:07  <nathan7>SMTP actually has the server give a greeting
13:16:36  <nathan7>So the normal sequence: <server> 220 mailserver.jit.su (yay, email!) <client> EHLO mailserver.jit.su
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13:17:18  <nathan7>which is impossible to support in any general way
13:18:27  <sbarow>Interesting problem to solve though.
13:19:49  <nathan7>mhm
13:20:00  <nathan7>If IPv6 catches on this becomes a non-issue
13:20:18  <nathan7>assign an IP to every app, every cell in your body, every sand grain in the Sahara
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14:29:49  <kenperkins>morning
14:30:20  <cronopio[phone]>Morning :-)
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14:49:04  <kenperkins>cronopio[phone] will you be in the office/online later (not on the phone)
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14:59:48  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/rackspace/pkgcloud/compare/f53251c7883a...c74423b8838c
14:59:48  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/rackspace/pkgcloud/builds/6959725
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15:00:50  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/rackspace/pkgcloud/compare/cbb8db740d5a...cdf1f3e77a17
15:00:50  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/rackspace/pkgcloud/builds/6959742
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15:05:50  <`3rdEden>damn you sha1's ending on 3E and there for highlighting me
15:06:02  <kenperkins>:D
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15:28:34  <kenperkins>anyone familiar with stream buffering in pkgcloud
15:28:41  <kenperkins>(during a rs auth call)
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15:56:19  <kenperkins>lol wat
15:56:32  <kenperkins>Sad, when you delete 80 lines of code and things work.
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17:35:00  <Corren>am I offline again?
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17:37:50  <nathan7>kenperkins: Don't think so
17:38:13  <kenperkins>hm
17:38:23  <cronopio>kenperkins: hi man, now at laptop
17:38:24  <kenperkins>neither my PR nor builds are coming through
17:38:29  <kenperkins>unless you guys disabled notifications
17:38:39  <nathan7>odd
17:39:42  <kenperkins>indeed
17:40:03  <kenperkins>regardless, cronopio: I just submitted a PR to fix/refactor inline authentication while streaming upload/download
17:40:18  <kenperkins>this one is pretty important, so a close code review would be appreciated
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17:41:16  <cronopio>kenperkins: yeah Im reading, I would like to ask for a review to indutny and mmalecki they got better expirence with streams
17:41:38  <kenperkins>indunty annoyed me with his comment on the S3 bug
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17:42:06  <cronopio>kenperkins: is that using streams at node v0.10? is could be that we can make pkgcloud compatible with v0.10
17:42:15  <cronopio>kenperkins: :)
17:42:17  <kenperkins>no, im still using purely 0.8.23
17:43:02  <kenperkins>testing with 0.10.5 now
17:43:15  <kenperkins>shocker, tests pass :D
17:43:23  <cronopio>interesting...
17:43:25  <kenperkins>let me try for real
17:43:30  <kenperkins>not just mocks
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17:44:12  <cronopio>I guess mocha fully support node 0.10.x
17:45:10  <kenperkins>yep, works with 0.10.5 :D
17:45:17  <kenperkins>I guess I'll author that in another PR
17:46:00  <cronopio>and try editing the travis.yml file to test before on travis
17:46:24  <kenperkins>yep
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18:00:14  <kenperkins>cronopio: GitHub webhooks are delayed
18:00:34  <cronopio>is ok, we can see it at travis page
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18:19:37  <kostil>anyone else experience deploy issues at this moment?
18:20:48  <kostil>can't activate the recent snapshots, socket hang up and the operation take a long time
18:22:00  <kostil>oh, the same problem as yesterday (No free servers available), I guess the guys are on top of that already
18:22:11  <Baastrup>kostil: getting the common error of 'no free servers available'
18:22:23  <kaspertidemann>Yeah, me too.
18:22:26  <kostil>just got that one as well
18:22:29  <julianduque>it should we working right now
18:22:40  <julianduque>kostil, Baastrup, kaspertidemann: can you retry please?
18:22:57  <Baastrup>julianduque: working now
18:23:16  <kostil>worked for me as well, thanks
18:23:24  <julianduque>awesome
18:23:41  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: I'm getting 502 socket hangup.
18:23:57  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: In the interface, that is.
18:24:27  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: when trying to do what?
18:24:48  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: Login to nodejitsu.com.
18:26:23  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: from www.nodejitsu.com or webops.nodejitsu.com ?
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18:26:41  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: Sorry, should've wrote that. It's the webops one.
18:27:00  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: thanks, let me check
18:27:51  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: username please :)
18:28:01  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: KasperTidemann. :)
18:28:14  <julianduque>oh
18:28:14  <julianduque>haha
18:30:08  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: can you try a login please and attach a screenshot if it fails
18:30:47  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: Yeah, hold on.
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18:32:43  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: http://i.imgur.com/FabvWaV.png
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18:36:33  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: reported, I'm waiting an answer from webops team
18:36:40  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: Alright, thank you. :)
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18:58:36  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: Any news?
18:59:31  <swaagie_>kaspertidemann, we're investigating atm, no additional news yet I'm afraid
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19:00:41  <kaspertidemann>swaagie_: Okay, thanks for the help. Could you guys send me an e-mail when you have an idea of what's wrong?
19:01:13  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: try to change the start script on your package.json to "start": "node app.js"
19:01:16  <julianduque>kaspertidemann: and deploy again
19:01:46  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: Alright, let me try that.
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19:29:56  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: The package.json part fixed the login problem on webops, but I still get the socket hangup problem when attempting to access the app. Can you see what's wrong?
19:30:39  <kaspertidemann>julianduque: jitsu deploy works fine.
19:31:49  <swaagie_>kaspertidemann, hey there, julianduque is out for the moment, let me have a look
19:31:57  <kaspertidemann>swaagie_: Okay, thanks buddy.
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19:33:32  <swaagie_>kaspertidemann, the logs show a timeout connection error related to redis
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19:37:27  <kaspertidemann>swaagie_: Is there any way to tail -f the log or something similar? The "Logs" tab just says "Downloading logging information".
19:37:45  <swaagie_>kaspertidemann, we're still working on implementing the tail
19:37:49  <swaagie_>for proper logs
19:38:11  <swaagie_>your best bet atm is`jitsu logs` from the command line
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19:38:52  <swaagie_>kaspertidemann, for me it appears the port is closed on the external redis IP
19:39:12  <kaspertidemann>swaagie_: What's the IP of the drone/server it resides on?
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19:39:29  <kaspertidemann>swaagie_: I do believe I've added them all to my rules, hm...
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19:39:58  <swaagie_>I'll pm you, moment please
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20:32:05  <kaspertidemann>swaagie_: Good idea. :)
20:32:15  <swaagie_>julianduque, jcrugzz ^
20:32:16  <swaagie_>;)
20:33:26  <julianduque>;)
20:33:41  <swaagie_>kaspertidemann, you redeployed your latest changes right?
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20:34:08  <kaspertidemann>Yeah, I did.
20:34:20  <kaspertidemann>With a Nodejitsu ok and all.
20:34:35  <swaagie_>ye that snapshot is there and activated
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20:40:59  <kaspertidemann>swaagie_: I just changed NODE_ENV to development (intentionally wrong) which makes it look for redis on localhost. Doing that, the redis error disappears and only the "warn: error raised: Error: listen EACCES" error remains. It still displays the socket hangup error in this case.
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20:43:30  <swaagie_>hmm the drone has no redis instance though
20:43:39  <swaagie_>seems like its just diing harder
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20:47:27  <swaagie_>kaspertidemann, not a real solution but could you try to use a free redis instance of redistogo as test?
20:47:47  <swaagie_>errr iriscouch
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20:48:37  <swaagie_>you can create one easily through webops or by `jitsu databases` on the cli
20:49:15  <swaagie_>depending on result we can rule out additional stuff
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21:04:41  <swaagie_>kaspertidemann, you saw my suggestion above?
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21:07:30  <kaspertidemann>swaagie_: Yeah, thanks, trying to rule out a few other things before that.
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21:09:31  <swaagie_>kk
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21:16:32  <Baastrup>no free server available
21:18:15  <Baastrup>Hello support, no free servers available. Could you please free some up?
21:18:20  <swaagie_>Baastrup, hey there
21:18:49  <Baastrup>Segrel: Hey
21:19:11  <swaagie_>:)
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21:19:27  <swaagie_>freed up orphans and julianduque is restarting the provisioner
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21:19:38  <swaagie_>Baastrup, you should be able to redeploy soon
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21:19:48  <julianduque>now
21:19:51  <swaagie_>:)
21:20:48  <Baastrup>swaagie_: thanks!
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21:23:49  <swaagie_>julianduque, as well ^
21:24:46  <julianduque>:D
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23:12:50  <julianduque>kenperkins: go to sleep :)
23:13:03  <kenperkins>it's 4pm
23:13:15  <julianduque>oh
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