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01:04:01  <lorenzogrv>hi!
01:04:10  <lorenzogrv>it's anybody there?
01:04:20  <jcrugzz>yes there is :D
01:04:31  <lorenzogrv>:D
01:05:00  <lorenzogrv>i have a strange problem deploying an app to nodejitsu
01:05:31  <lorenzogrv>could you help me with that?
01:06:21  <jcrugzz>lorenzgrv: can you run a `jitsu deploy --debug` and paste the output in a gist(https://gist.github.com)?
01:06:40  <lorenzogrv>yeah sure
01:06:45  <lorenzogrv>just a second
01:07:04  <jcrugzz>np :)
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01:08:27  <lorenzogrv>https://gist.github.com/laconbass/b0430f5a633a29011b18
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01:10:45  <jcrugzz>lorenzogrv: can you run a `npm install jitsu -g` then give it another go? You have an outdated version of jitsu
01:11:18  <lorenzogrv>sure
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01:14:28  <lorenzogrv>should I upload again the snapshot or just activate the previously uploaded one?
01:17:01  <jcrugzz>lorenzogrv: you can probably just run an activate if the latest one was uploaded
01:19:17  <jcrugzz>brb :)
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01:31:14  <lorenzogrv>@jcrugzz i tried running an activate on the last one but no lucky. I'm uploading again, let's see what happen
01:31:52  <jcrugzz>lorenzogrv: ok let me know :)
01:32:09  <lorenzogrv>hum just done right now
01:32:21  <lorenzogrv>but the problem persists
01:32:43  <lorenzogrv>the cli warned the snapshot is larger than 50M
01:32:50  <jcrugzz>ahh
01:32:51  <jcrugzz>yes
01:32:55  <jcrugzz>that would cause the issue
01:33:08  <lorenzogrv>so i should cut the size down 50M right?
01:33:16  <jcrugzz>i would suggest reducing that below 30M for sure
01:33:25  <jcrugzz>what is taking up all that space?
01:33:34  <lorenzogrv>media files
01:33:45  <lorenzogrv>hd images
01:33:55  <lorenzogrv>mainly
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01:34:00  <jcrugzz>ah yes makes sense. id recommend using a CDN of sorts for those
01:34:36  <lorenzogrv>okey, thx for the tip
01:35:32  <jcrugzz>no problem :)
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04:40:08  <gamerdrome>hi
04:40:40  <gamerdrome>I'm really having issues using socket.io in nodejitsu
04:40:55  <gamerdrome>is there anyone who might be able to give me some advice?
04:41:02  <julianduque>gamerdrome: how can I help?
04:41:30  <gamerdrome>my app is dotvotes.jit.su
04:41:43  <gamerdrome>it feels like socket.io works "some" of the time
04:42:01  <gamerdrome>I feel like I've tried everything at this point and think I'm going crazy :)
04:42:13  <gamerdrome>is socket.io recommended to be used?
04:42:15  <julianduque>gamerdrome: how can I test your app?
04:42:49  <gamerdrome>websocket is closed before the connection is established is what I always get
04:42:59  <gamerdrome>http://dotvotes.jit.su/topic/5193cd99058119170e000003
04:43:09  <gamerdrome>if you go there and log in
04:43:24  <gamerdrome>username gareth.marland@gmail.com
04:43:28  <gamerdrome>password tun45t34k!
04:43:40  <gamerdrome>then you can vote and such
04:43:54  <gamerdrome>it's a test app so I dont mind everyone seeing the password :)
04:44:14  <gamerdrome>I'm testing it through ff, ie and chrome
04:44:18  <gamerdrome>generally working on chrome
04:44:46  <julianduque>try with https://dotvotes.jit.su
04:46:02  <gamerdrome>no, that doesnt seem to make a difference
04:46:16  <gamerdrome>it also seems like sometimes I upload a build and it will work
04:46:30  <gamerdrome>I can redeploy the same code and it will stop
04:48:09  <gamerdrome>if there is a more reliable library than socket.io I will move the code
04:48:20  <gamerdrome>I just want it to work at this point :)
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04:48:44  <julianduque>gamerdrome: try with engine.io, is far way better than socket.io
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04:48:55  <julianduque>gamerdrome: and socket.io is being rewrited to use engine.io as core
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04:49:17  <gamerdrome>ok, I'll give that a try
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04:49:35  <gamerdrome>I feel at this point it cant be my code
04:49:37  <gamerdrome>:)
04:49:45  <gamerdrome>thanks loads!
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05:11:07  <mgh>Hi I am under the Regular Business plan of Nodejitsu. Am facing ETIMEDOUT issues while connecting with a paid redis2go instance
05:11:30  <mgh>This occurs intermittently. It would be great if you can help me out with this.
05:14:37  <julianduque>Hello mgh, and this ETIMEDOUT is trying to connect to redistogo?
05:15:01  <julianduque>mgh: Did you reached them regarding this issue?
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05:25:12  <mark____>i want to insert 30k record in collection .how to do that
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05:25:47  <julianduque>mark____: check caolan async's, and do a forEachLimit (npmjs.org/async)
05:26:31  <mark____>@julianduque :in mongodb
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05:28:05  <julianduque>mark____: are you using mongodb native or mongoose?
05:28:43  <mark____>@julianduque: mongodb
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05:30:28  <julianduque>mark____: this is an example http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12313915/node-jsloop-insert-1000000-documents-to-mongodb-via-native-driver-why-node-ta
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05:35:29  <mark____>@julianduque: thankx and may i know via mongoose
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07:13:00  <mark____>mongoimport --db pcat -c zips < zips.json ...should i go wrong somewhere in this.coz m unable to import
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08:30:09  <booyaa|foo>what error you getting?
08:30:21  <booyaa|foo>mongoimport should 'just work'
08:30:34  <booyaa|foo>what opts you give for mongoexport?
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08:43:47  <sirjay>hallo. is here anyone from nodejitsu support?
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08:51:07  <nathan7>..damnit
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10:06:06  <mavdi>Hey guys, jitsu seems to upload an older version of the file in my project
10:06:17  <mavdi>I can not for the life of me firgure out why
10:06:34  <mavdi>does it read the file as is or does it look into the history or something?
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10:08:58  <mavdi>Ignore me, I know what is going on.
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11:21:19  <TrueZerg>Hello, can someone help me with an issue concerning the deployment of an app, nodejitsu says ok for deployment but when i access the url i get a 400
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11:25:37  <TrueZerg>here is my gits https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5eafbbb8a367578f1395
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11:48:10  <`3rdEden>TrueZerg: if you look at your application logs (jitsu logs app <appname>)
11:48:21  <`3rdEden>you will see that you are missing a dependency in your package.json
11:48:40  <`3rdEden>The application is crashing (and stopped) because it's missing mongoose
11:48:45  <TrueZerg>oh
11:49:09  <TrueZerg>i have to add the dependency in the package.json file that's it?
11:49:14  <`3rdEden>yes
11:49:21  <TrueZerg>ok i'll try that ty :)
11:49:27  <`3rdEden>all dependencies that you are using in your app should be specified
11:49:34  <`3rdEden>or they will not be installed :)
11:49:44  <TrueZerg>ok
11:50:12  <TrueZerg>i specified a local server on my app do i have to remove this part?
11:51:02  <`3rdEden>TrueZerg: yes, you should probably use a hosted service if you want to use mongodb/redis or any other database
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11:51:14  <`3rdEden>luckly we've provided a way of doing this easily for you
11:51:27  <TrueZerg>how?
11:51:34  <`3rdEden>you can type `jitsu databases create` to create a free database
11:51:44  <TrueZerg>because in fact i have anaother app-js with all the db filling stuff
11:51:54  <`3rdEden>see https://www.nodejitsu.com/documentation/jitsu/databases/
11:52:07  <TrueZerg>thanks again
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13:01:16  <chirag>How do one spawn node process on remote servers?
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13:06:28  <chirag>@nathan7: any idea?
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13:18:45  <izz>hey guys, I have an application that has a file server, and two websocket servers
13:19:05  <izz>originally the javascript client connected to the two websocket servers on separate ports
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13:19:38  <izz>but since putting it on nodejitsu I have consolidated one httpserver to both serve static files, and act as the main websocket server
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13:20:09  <izz>my question is now what to do about the *second* websocket server
13:20:43  <izz>do I need to implement some sort of proxying myself and redirect websocket requests based on namespacing?
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13:24:04  <izz>I guess this is what I should do basically: http://blog.nodejitsu.com/http-proxy-intro
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14:04:55  <nathan7>izz: Hey
14:05:03  <nathan7>izz: http-proxy is not what you want, really
14:05:10  <dacopenhagen>So we've been having numerous ssl issues - we now have our SSL issues mostly fixed, however we see this error in safari - Failed to load resource: The certificate for this server is invalid. You might be connecting to a server that is pretending to be “classmind.com” which could put your confidential information at risk.
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14:05:47  <dacopenhagen>godaddy's resources say we need to install an intermediate cert at the server level, but that doesn't seem right based on what nodejitsu currently offers
14:06:02  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: ..afaics that domain doesn't point to us
14:06:21  <dacopenhagen>that should be pointing to ya'll...
14:06:30  <dacopenhagen>where are you seeing it point?
14:06:44  <dacopenhagen>I don't know where else the app would be running
14:07:00  <nathan7>ah
14:07:02  <nathan7>there's another IP in there
14:07:08  <nathan7>a GoDaddy IP
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14:07:21  <dacopenhagen>might that be why it's stopping?
14:07:28  <nathan7>Three Nodejitsu IPs and one GoDaddy IP
14:07:41  <nathan7>One in four DNS resolutions will end up at the wrong server
14:08:18  <dacopenhagen>okay, let me see what's going on...interesting
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14:12:28  <dacopenhagen>Alright, I went through these steps again and seeing what happens - that explains the oddities we were seeing...and it shouldn't have been 4, i should have been pointing to 9
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14:19:51  <dacopenhagen>Alright, it looks like I got that solved and now only chrome in iOS seems to have issues...
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14:20:28  <dacopenhagen>here is the error we are seeing now: http://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html#hostname=classmind.com
14:20:40  <dacopenhagen>nodejitsu's cert is being fed up instead of ours
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14:28:51  <izz>nathan7: oh, I was convinced it would solve my issue, just about to start coding over here!
14:29:24  <izz>nathan7: what would you suggest using instead for running two websocket servers?
14:29:55  <nathan7>izz: Which WebSocket module / how are you attaching it?
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14:31:30  <izz>nathan7: I'm using the 'ws' module, and passing my httpServer when instantiating the ws.Server
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14:33:57  <izz>the thing is, I am also using the webrtc.io module, which starts another websocket server
14:34:15  <nathan7>izz: var wsOne = ws.createServer({ server: server, path: '/serverone' })
14:34:20  <nathan7>izz: where server is an HTTP server
14:35:31  <izz>ah that looks even easier! will look into it, thanks
14:37:32  <dacopenhagen>@nathan7 - it appears those servers are now pointed properly - however I am still seeing issues here: http://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html#hostname=classmind.com - it is saying that the name of the cert is for nodejitsu.com not classmind.com
14:38:00  <dacopenhagen>and sometimes it says ssl cert doesn't work in all browsers, follow the installation instructions - while you found an error, you found an error that we weren't looking at
14:38:08  <nathan7>mhm
14:39:20  <nathan7>Yep, I'm seeing it in my tools
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14:53:23  <kenperkins>mmalecki: have time to quickly discuss that commit question you had
14:57:36  <mmalecki>kenperkins: sure
14:57:57  <kenperkins>You were asking why I'd removed the second option, and I was a little confused
14:58:28  <mmalecki>kenperkins: before functions only get one parameter now
14:58:49  <kenperkins>did I do that?
15:00:06  <kenperkins>doesn't appear I did
15:01:06  <kenperkins>I see
15:01:13  <kenperkins>I have a theory, looking
15:02:57  <kenperkins>mmalecki: yep, that's my fault. I missed that it was injecting the keys in as options using the code in common/auth.js
15:03:47  <mmalecki>kenperkins: nothing uses this anymore, I fixed azure not to
15:03:56  <mmalecki>any other providers used that?
15:03:59  <kenperkins>no
15:04:03  <kenperkins>it was specific to azure
15:04:07  <kenperkins>(so far as I can tell)
15:05:44  <kenperkins>so we're good right?
15:06:20  <mmalecki>ya
15:06:30  <mmalecki>I need to go out, cya
15:11:24  <dacopenhagen>@nathan7 - any ideas on how to fix the cert not trusted issue?
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15:11:42  <dacopenhagen>it's the same cert we were using on heroku without problems
15:11:44  <dacopenhagen>thanks
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15:40:48  <TrueZerg>what have i done wrong when i get a 502 max retries limit reached?
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15:45:17  <TrueZerg>jhttp://broussin-lokisalle.jit.su/
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16:19:00  <TrueZerg>Hello, can anyone help me with this? https://gist.github.com/anonymous/506d8d246ae0437afbeb
16:20:52  <nathan7>Hi TrueZerg
16:21:10  <nathan7>Seems your MongoDB connection details are wrong
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16:23:25  <dacopenhagen>are there any solutions for a realtime log tail solutions for nodejitsu?
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16:27:40  <yawnt>dacopenhagen: you could log to a database
16:27:43  <yawnt>and tail from it
16:28:02  <yawnt>tailing logs from console is planned too, but no ETA yet :)
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16:35:01  <dacopenhagen>so, any plans on making the deploy system more stable, it's quite frustrating when 1/3 deploys succeeds
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16:37:47  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: What errors are you seeing?
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16:45:23  <dacopenhagen>error: Error running command deploy error: socket hang up
16:45:36  <dacopenhagen>well, maybe it's just me - it was 1/3 and now it's the past 6 deploys have failed
16:45:40  <dacopenhagen>and it runs locally great
16:45:50  <nathan7>Hmm
16:46:02  <nathan7>Can you gist the full jitsu output of that?
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16:48:22  <dacopenhagen>finally just launched
16:48:34  <dacopenhagen>without code changes, just randomly decided to launch
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16:49:16  <nathan7>Hm
16:49:22  <nathan7>Is your app large?
16:49:32  <alx_>dacopenhagen: could be the size of your snapshot / size of your drone(s)
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16:50:12  <dacopenhagen>not very large
16:50:33  <dacopenhagen>it uploads very quickly, but then fails after launching
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16:52:24  <dacopenhagen>how do i get the debug for jitsu deploy
16:52:28  <nathan7>--debug
16:52:44  <dacopenhagen>its not in the help
16:53:46  <nathan7>Yeah, we generally ask for it specifically when we need it
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16:56:22  <dacopenhagen>here's a gist
16:56:23  <dacopenhagen>https://gist.github.com/BrandonCopley/3e23d598e5cca8751398
16:57:04  <nathan7>Interesting
16:57:16  <booyaa>yawnt: re: tailing log *cough*azure has it*cough*
16:57:16  <booyaa>mind you i think it's a side effect of iisnode
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16:58:13  <booyaa>to be honest would still prefer to have a proper logging source, console.log's okay at the beginning
16:58:31  <nathan7>I've thought about this
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16:58:47  <nathan7>It kind of worries me to have some kind of thing that only works when deployed that you hook into
16:58:51  <nathan7>Then again, DTrace
17:00:29  <dacopenhagen>any ideas what's going on - im trying to update my app for the past couple of hours... and it's still not deploying...
17:01:08  <dacopenhagen>well 30 min I mean : P, hours is the ssl issue - that's what im trying to debug
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17:04:55  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: Yeah, I'm figuring that out
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18:15:30  <nwinter>My app is busted: if I try to restart it, it says it's not started. If I try to start it, it says it's already starting. If I try to stop it, it says it's already stopped. If I visit the app, I get an error message saying it's stopped. What's next? (app: allforcode, user: nwinter)
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18:17:55  <nathan7>nwinter: Hey
18:17:59  <nathan7>nwinter: Checking it out
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18:19:02  <gamerdrome>hi
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18:19:07  <nathan7>Hi gamerdrome!
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18:19:25  <gamerdrome>I'm having some real problems with my websockets that I hope someone can give me a hint on
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18:19:56  <gamerdrome>I was adviced last night that I should use engine.io instead of socket io
18:20:05  <gamerdrome>so I moved my code onto that
18:20:07  <nathan7>gamerdrome: GitHub's API is being terrible, sorry :(
18:20:26  <nathan7>We're.. *trying* to communicate with their support
18:20:53  <gamerdrome>ahhh, ok, I'm on engine.io and I'm seeing the same thing
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18:21:04  <gamerdrome>I'm glad I'm not going crazy :)
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18:21:10  <nathan7>nwinter: looks fine to me?
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18:21:45  <nwinter>Look fine as in it looks properly stopped? I'm unable to start it.
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18:22:36  <nathan7>oh, hrm, wtf
18:22:41  <nathan7>I see what you mean now
18:24:38  <gamerdrome>so sorry, I'll wait it out for sure. but the reason the websockets seem to work "sometimes" and then drop is there is a problem with the github api?
18:25:03  <nathan7>oh, wait, shit
18:25:06  <nathan7>I read webhooks
18:25:19  <nathan7>..I need caffeine and another problem to think of
18:25:30  <gamerdrome>no probs :)
18:25:38  <gamerdrome>I know that feeling :)
18:25:51  <nathan7>Okay
18:25:58  <nathan7>What's your app's URL?
18:26:06  <nathan7>Are you using WebSockets over SSL?
18:26:09  <gamerdrome>dotvotes.jit.su
18:26:25  <gamerdrome>I wasnt using SSL
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18:26:45  <gamerdrome>I'm was advised to use engine.io which I am now too
18:26:50  <nathan7>Tahdah! `3rdEden, our websockets expert.
18:27:09  <`3rdEden>sup
18:27:19  <nathan7>http://dotvotes.jit.su/
18:27:29  <nathan7>engine.io being odd apparently
18:27:31  <gamerdrome>haha brilliant
18:27:45  <gamerdrome>It seems to work "sometimes"
18:27:54  <gamerdrome>like it catches it then forgets it
18:28:18  <gamerdrome>Im a little new to it but it's all working locally then failing when deployed
18:28:28  <`3rdEden>gamerdrome: I don't even see it being activated
18:28:50  <gamerdrome>hmmmm
18:29:03  <gamerdrome>dotvotes.jit.su/topic/5193cd99058119170e000003
18:29:14  <gamerdrome>that sets up a connection
18:29:17  <`3rdEden>The only thing I see is that scripts are loaded but that's it, the whole page is grey
18:29:30  <gamerdrome>I'm using backbone and was initially setting the connection in the router
18:29:39  <gamerdrome>but moved it onto a view level
18:29:48  <`3rdEden>can i just blame AMD?
18:30:02  <gamerdrome>that's not impossible
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18:30:10  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: Did you recently change the cert?
18:30:24  <gamerdrome>would that account for it working locally and not when deployed?
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18:30:39  <nathan7>gamerdrome: Put engine.io first?
18:31:11  <gamerdrome>I'll give that a try
18:31:13  <`3rdEden>gamerdrome: It could be, when you run locally you don't have any latency
18:31:26  <gamerdrome>that's true
18:32:07  <gamerdrome>I'll give that some attempts
18:32:14  <gamerdrome>thanks for the help!
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18:44:36  <dacopenhagen>Alright, after having numerous ssl issues, etc. I realized something, should I be implementing ssl in express or on nodejitsu level?
18:44:51  <dacopenhagen>my server is only seeing http calls, even though the browser sees them as https calls
18:45:14  <dacopenhagen>I am trying to detect if http:// is requested and then feeding https:// instead
18:45:20  <dacopenhagen>or redirecting to the https://
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18:49:01  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: At the Nodejitsu level
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18:55:14  <nwinter>@nathan7, did you have any insights on my unstartably stopped app? Should I just delete it and create a new app or something?
18:57:25  <nathan7>nwinter: Yeah, could you try that? jitsu apps destroy && jitsu deploy
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19:36:17  <dacopenhagen>@nathan7 - that makes sense, but then why is my server not recognizing the requests coming in as from https?
19:36:37  <dacopenhagen>and...how can I completely stop my server from allowing http requests - and only allowing https requests to nodejitsu
19:37:28  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: app.enable('trust proxy')
19:38:15  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: a moment for the latter
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19:39:37  <medicineuk>I have a question anyone around
19:39:52  <nathan7>Yo
19:39:57  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: http://sprunge.us/HCAe
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19:42:19  <medicineuk>For whatever reason I been getting require.js timeous on nodejistu. I think it maybe because I'm using socket.io on the frontend which dynamically creates files.
19:42:55  <medicineuk>do you know of projects that use socket.io and nodejistu is there anything special i need to do
19:43:15  <nathan7>..require.js timeouts or socket.io timeouts?
19:43:31  <medicineuk>require.js
19:43:36  <medicineuk>Uncaught Error: Load timeout for modules: socketio,backbone
19:43:56  <medicineuk>but then if you reload the page everything works second time round
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19:44:45  <nathan7>o:
19:45:20  <dacopenhagen>@nathan7: yes I've got that code, but it's always returning at http & req.secure = false, im implementing proxy now
19:45:33  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: trust proxy is the key here
19:45:57  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: our proxy sends X-Forwarded-Proto or something along
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19:51:49  <justin__>is it not possible to listen on non-port-80 using socket.io? not getting any connection on a setup that works locally. tried wrapping it in an express server but no beans
19:52:08  <nathan7>non-port-80?
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19:52:34  <medicineuk>is there a jitsu update or do you just deploy everytime
19:52:54  <nathan7>Just deploy every time
19:53:02  <medicineuk>cool thanks
19:53:41  <justin__>my client tries to connect to socket on port 8000, and its not getting anything.
19:53:58  <nathan7>Yes, that's correct
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19:54:03  <nathan7>Our load balancers listen on port 80
19:54:03  <justin__>ok
19:54:18  <nathan7>No matter what port you listen on, we'll get HTTP to your app from our load balancers.
19:54:39  <dacopenhagen>@nathan7 - that sounds good - im implementing now
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19:57:42  <medicineuk>dmmm deployment is timing out
19:58:17  <medicineuk>https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5622736
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20:23:31  <Siedrix>Hi, im having a problem to deploy
20:23:34  <Siedrix>i get error: Error running command deploy error: ETIMEDOUT error: Error: ETIMEDOUT error: at Object._onTimeout (/usr/local/lib/node_modules/jitsu/node_modules/request/main.js:564:15) error: at Timer.list.ontimeout (timers.js:101:19)
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20:23:50  <julianduque>Siedrix: are you from mejorando.la?
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20:24:05  <bardu>here too!
20:24:13  <Siedrix>yep
20:24:26  <Siedrix>why do you ask?
20:24:36  <julianduque>Siedrix: we share stage on the conf in Medellin
20:24:46  <julianduque>bardu: are you having issues deploying too?
20:25:23  <bardu>Yes, I had. Second attempt went true after a long delay.
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20:25:40  <julianduque>let me check API
20:25:44  <julianduque>Siedrix: what is the size of your packagE?
20:26:11  <Siedrix>I deploy the same package un sunday
20:26:23  <julianduque>Siedrix: oh, I think I confused you, you were in Medellin right?
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20:26:41  <Siedrix>i wasnt, but Cvander and freddier were
20:27:11  <julianduque>Siedrix: Oh, I remember, freddier was talking about you on the MedellinJS meeting
20:27:32  <julianduque>Siedrix: do an `npm pack` and tell me the size of the tarball please
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20:28:34  <Siedrix>siedrixs-MacBook-Pro:bdpn-node siedrix$ npm pack bdpn-0.1.0-50.tgz siedrixs-MacBook-Pro:bdpn-node siedrix$ du bdpn-0.1.0-50.tgz 2152 bdpn-0.1.0-50.tgz
20:29:13  <julianduque>Siedrix: 2mb?
20:29:39  <julianduque>Siedrix: do a `jitsu deploy --debug` and create a gist with the output please
20:30:18  <Siedrix>I will do, give me a sec
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20:32:05  <Siedrix>The only thing that i changed since last deploy is that i added domains in the package.json file, do you thing what will generate a problem?
20:32:39  <julianduque>Siedrix: don't think so, also create a gist with package.json
20:32:42  <julianduque>let me take a look
20:33:20  <Siedrix>sure, its hangin on info Uploading: [=============================] 100% when it finishes i pass you the gist of both
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20:34:59  <julianduque>Siedrix: remember, gist with the full output with --debug param and package.json, I think I know whats happening
20:36:04  <Siedrix>https://gist.github.com/Siedrix/5623030
20:36:32  <Siedrix>Its for this site http://bdpn.nodejitsu.com/
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20:37:16  <Siedrix>what do you think its the problem?
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20:38:21  <julianduque>Siedrix: hmm, let me investigate this
20:38:39  <Siedrix>Sure, are you in medellin?
20:38:50  <julianduque>Si
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20:39:07  <jimmy23>My deployments are timing out after the upload. Are you guys having issues?
20:39:18  <jimmy23>"jitsu's client request timed out before the server could respond. Please increase your client timeout"
20:39:29  <julianduque>jimmy23: we are on it
20:40:32  <dacopenhagen>okay, this has been happening all day - any solutions coming soon?
20:40:49  <dacopenhagen>im trying to test the app on nodejitsu, and its tough not being able to push
20:41:24  <julianduque>not all deploys are down, I can deploy but I'm investigating the issue
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20:41:30  <dacopenhagen>I can upload the snapshot, but after that the app just timesout
20:42:51  <mogstad>it have happend to me as well today, but it usually works after a couple of tries
20:43:21  <dacopenhagen>yeah, ive been seeing issues since 10:30am cst
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20:43:39  <julianduque>Ok, so, it's general, I will update status.jit.su until we find the problem and fix this
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20:45:21  <piklu>I am thinking of providing a redis hosted service
20:45:34  <piklu>can anyone check ping times from my server from nodejitsu
20:45:35  <piklu>?
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20:46:26  <julianduque>piklu: I can, but give me a moment I'm investigating an issue
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20:47:32  <piklu>juliaanduque : Ok. ping me whenever free plz, its important to stay in sync with you guys.
20:47:45  <julianduque>piklu: awesome!
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20:49:10  <dacopenhagen>yup still seeing - error: Error running command deploy error: ETIMEDOUT
20:49:18  <mogstad>My app ended up only getting 502: Parse error today, tried enabling some extra logging and re-deployed and it solved it. Any idea why it could have happend?
20:50:23  <julianduque>mogstad: did you checked your logs?
20:50:37  <mogstad>yeah, nothing in them
20:51:03  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: I'm on it
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20:54:44  <julianduque>hmm registry.npmjs.org is slow
20:55:39  <gr2m>does nodejitsu support node 0.10.x?
20:56:45  <julianduque>gr2m: not yet, we are working on it
20:56:57  <gr2m>ok, cheers
20:57:20  <julianduque>It seems that the problem is from NPM, so packages with a lot of deps are timing out
20:57:31  <julianduque>still investigating and reporting the issue
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21:00:28  <nathan7>gr2m: Coming soon [=
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21:02:40  <gr2m>any chance you could upgrade a single app, just for testing?
21:03:06  <dacopenhagen>anyway we don't have to rely on npm - i would love it if nodejitsu allowed us to upload npm's we use rather than pulling our dependencies remotely.
21:03:09  <dacopenhagen>here's the way:
21:03:10  <dacopenhagen>why
21:03:43  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: you can do it, add it to "bundledDependencies" in your package.json
21:04:41  <dacopenhagen>okay, hm i may migrate everything to that
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21:05:51  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: the issue is that some binary packages needs to be compiled on the OS, so if you aren't using smartos some packages will fail
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21:11:40  <medicineuk>Anyone know why I keep getting this when trying to deploy https://gist.github.com/scottwio/5623290
21:12:14  <oliland>^ what medicineuk said - think there's issues deploying
21:12:19  <nathan7>Hey
21:12:20  <julianduque>medicineuk: we are working on it, the npm registry is being so slow (in general) and some deploys are failing
21:12:38  <medicineuk>ok cool
21:12:40  <medicineuk>cheers
21:12:43  <oliland>thanks julianduque
21:12:45  * nathan7topic: Nodejitsu | The npm registry is under heavy load, this is affecting deploys. | Yo dawg I hear you like Nodestacks https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/981834184 | Cloud Status https://status.jit.su | Changes in public cloud: https://blog.nodejitsu.com/changes-in-
21:13:14  <dacopenhagen>so can you point me to a url that shows how to use bundledDependencies
21:13:51  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: You keep stuff in your normal deps
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21:14:12  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: and put an array of dependency names in bundleDependencies
21:14:30  <medicineuk>dacopenhagen: just point the require at your local path example var ify = require('./custom_modules/ify')
21:14:51  <nathan7>(bundleDependencies was the intended spelling - isaacs made the terrible mistake of allowing two spellings)
21:14:56  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: like "bundleDependencies": [ "express", "socket.io", "mycustomandprivatedep" ]
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21:16:30  <piklu>julianduque: free?
21:16:51  <julianduque>piklu: yes, private?
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21:23:03  <Siedrix>On the deploy issue, have there been any updates?
21:23:52  <nathan7>Not yet, I'm afraid
21:24:28  <julianduque>Siedrix: npm anda fallando, estamos contactando al equipo de soporte de ellos para que verifiquen el problema
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21:24:56  <gamerdrome>hi
21:24:59  <nathan7>Hi gamerdrome
21:25:07  <Siedrix>mmmm...can you use my dependencies from last deploy?
21:25:14  <gamerdrome>I'm still having a few problems with websockets
21:25:19  <nathan7>Siedrix: jitsu snapshots fetch
21:25:30  <nathan7>Siedrix: You can fetch a snapshot, which has all the deps bundled already
21:25:32  <gamerdrome>i'm using engine.io
21:25:32  <dacopenhagen>yeah, how can i bundle dependencies so they don't have to pull from npm - i tried the bundle dependencies, but it still seems npm is being used
21:25:32  <Siedrix>or can i upload them as part of my proyect?
21:25:42  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: grab a snapshot
21:25:48  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: The snapshots are built versions
21:25:56  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: They have the deps bundled already
21:25:57  <gamerdrome>I put in a bunch of logs to try and see what's happening
21:26:43  <gamerdrome>seems like the server is forgetting clients between connections
21:26:54  <nathan7>Are you running this on multiple drones?
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21:27:12  <nathan7>And are you using the MemoryStore?
21:27:15  <gamerdrome>yes
21:27:21  <gamerdrome>I'm on mulitple drones
21:27:34  <nathan7>Are you using Redis to sync the connections?
21:27:35  <gamerdrome>I'm not using memorystore
21:27:54  <nathan7>Which store are you using?
21:27:58  <gamerdrome>this is where it dawns on me I might be doing something silly
21:27:58  <dacopenhagen>okay, i have a snapshot - nowhow does that help me push up easily?
21:28:16  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: Grab the node_modules dir
21:28:23  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: and check out hte package.json
21:28:24  <nathan7>*the
21:28:28  <gamerdrome>I'm not storing the connections
21:28:33  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: might want to run that through a beautifier
21:28:47  <gamerdrome>I'm guessing this is my problem
21:28:56  <nathan7>Ah
21:29:03  <nathan7>My bad
21:29:07  <nathan7>engine.io does not handle this
21:29:18  <nathan7>Yeah, you have to stick this in redis if you want to scale vertically
21:29:42  <gamerdrome>ok, this is making sense why it seems to work periodically
21:29:51  <gamerdrome>I think problem solved
21:29:56  <gamerdrome>thanks for the help!!!
21:30:07  <nathan7>gamerdrome: socket.io provides this stuff
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21:30:16  <nathan7>gamerdrome: but unfortunately socket.io 1.0 is not there yet
21:31:49  <gamerdrome>I moved everything over into engine.io as I was told it's more reliable
21:32:14  <nathan7>Yep
21:32:14  <gamerdrome>so I think i'll stick with that approach and try to store the connections
21:32:20  <nathan7>socket.io 1.0 will use engine.io
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21:33:44  <dacopenhagen>how does snapshots make it so our app runs even though our deploys are failing due to npm?
21:33:53  <gamerdrome>well that makes me feel like i should stick with engine.io then :)
21:34:15  <julianduque>dacopenhagen: snapshots use bundleDeps, if you deploy the snapshot it will try to upload the deps
21:34:23  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: When you deploy an app, jitsu sends us the result of something fairly close to 'npm pack'
21:34:46  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: Our build server unpacks the packfile, installs and bundles all the dependencies, and packs it up again.
21:34:51  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: That's the snapshot.
21:34:54  <dacopenhagen>ahh, so i now have the snapshot and now i have to deploy it?
21:35:05  <nathan7>Yep
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21:35:48  <dacopenhagen>what is the command for deploying that snapshot
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21:39:29  <dacopenhagen>what is the command for deploying that snapshot?
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21:40:41  <dacopenhagen>got it
21:42:05  <izz>deploys are working fine again, for me
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21:45:15  <dacopenhagen>I am seeing this: req.secure = false even on https
21:45:18  <dacopenhagen>and then i get
21:45:31  <dacopenhagen>console.log('secure2?: ',req.protocol); console.log('secure3?: ',req.headers["x-forwarded-proto"]);
21:45:38  <dacopenhagen>and both = https,http
21:45:50  <julianduque>nathan7: ^
21:45:56  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: ah
21:46:05  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: Where's your app located, where's your DNS pointing?
21:46:15  <nathan7>dacopenhagen: This is an express bug I've been meaning to fix
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21:47:40  <dacopenhagen>app is on nodejitsu - las vegas
21:47:55  <dacopenhagen>express bug in express?
21:48:15  <dacopenhagen>dns is pointed to a series of ip's
21:48:23  <dacopenhagen>not on nodejitsu side
21:48:28  <dacopenhagen>?
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21:50:59  <jamesJHH>Hi guys
21:51:32  <jamesJHH>I have an app that works fine locally, but doesn't star on nodejitsu
21:51:43  <jamesJHH>it seems to be complaining about a missing node module
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21:52:22  <julianduque>jamesJHH: please create a gist with your package.json and output error
21:52:37  <jamesJHH>https://gist.github.com/anonymous/a956bbf70d2ae6f0c32f
21:53:25  <nathan7>Well, leveldown's not in the deps
21:53:36  <julianduque>jamesJHH: add leveldown to your package.json `npm install leveldown --save`
21:53:53  <jamesJHH>yeah, but I already have levelUP
21:54:00  <jamesJHH>which has leveldown as a dependency
21:54:05  <nathan7>no
21:54:17  <nathan7>or.. hrm
21:54:53  <jamesJHH>should I add levelDOWN even if I have levelUP?
21:55:42  <nathan7>Lemme check this out.
21:55:49  <jamesJHH>ok thanks
21:56:28  <nathan7>Nope, it doesn't depend on leveldown.
21:56:37  <nathan7>Also, I really recommend against "*" dependencies
21:57:00  <jamesJHH>I'm still just playing around with it, it isn't prodiuction
21:57:11  <nathan7>Use npm install --save to install dependencies, it'll use the way more sensible ~1.2.3 ranges
21:57:26  <jamesJHH>Okay
21:57:28  <nathan7>(shorthand: npm i -S)
21:57:47  <jamesJHH>so my app has not depended on levelDown until now
21:58:00  <jamesJHH>any idea why I suddenly need this?
21:58:28  <nathan7>LevelUP might've changed
21:58:38  <nathan7>this is why you lock versions
21:58:58  <jamesJHH>And what if I have recently done a "npm uninstall .."
21:59:01  <jamesJHH>on another package
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21:59:16  <jamesJHH>could that have broken things?
21:59:19  <nathan7>jamesJHH: 0.8.0 had it as a dependency
21:59:51  <nathan7>jamesJHH: The version number changed to indicate that it would break shit
22:00:10  <nathan7>jamesJHH: "*" versions will unexpectedly break
22:01:16  <jamesJHH>when I upload to nodejitsu, does it uploads my local "node_modules" directory
22:01:27  <jamesJHH>or does it run an "npm install"?
22:02:16  <julianduque>jamesJHH: it run an `npm install`
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22:05:07  <nathan7>If you use "*" dependencies, expect everything to break unless you stop time.
22:05:22  <nathan7>Everyone releases early and often, and that's a good thing. Adjust your dependencies accordingly.
22:05:52  <nathan7>Plus, doing npm install *and* messing with your package.json is no fun. npm install -S solves both in one go :D
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22:06:35  <jamesJHH>npm install -S gets the latest version and adds the version number to package.json?
22:07:34  <jamesJHH>The jitsu deploy is working now, thanks a lot nathan7
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22:10:33  <nathan7>jamesJHH: Yep
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22:55:43  <nwinter>@nathan7, I finally had the chance to try the suggestion of destroying the app and then uploading again, but the new app (with the same name) is still in the same unstartable state. Ideas?
22:56:36  <julianduque>nwinter: what is your subdomain?
22:57:31  <nwinter>afc
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22:58:12  <julianduque>nwinter: let me take a look
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23:05:00  * julianduquetopic: Nodejitsu | Cloud Status https://status.jit.su | Changes in public cloud: https://blog.nodejitsu.com/changes-in-nodejitsu-public-cloud
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23:10:45  <julianduque>nwinter: the snapshot is > 30MB, try to lower the space (deploy assets file to s3 or a cloud storage service)
23:11:27  <nwinter>ah, didn't it used to be 50 MB?
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23:13:51  <julianduque>nwinter: let me try something
23:16:52  <julianduque>nwinter: found a problem
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23:17:47  <julianduque>nwinter: you can't run https servers on Nodejitsu, start an http server and let our balancers handle the SSL stuff
23:18:25  <julianduque>nwinter: so, your app should be listening to an http server and if you want to use your certs for your domain, please upload it using webops (for business accounts only)
23:18:48  <nwinter>okay, I'll try that out--thanks
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23:49:03  <JesseF>Hello?
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23:49:13  <julianduque>JesseF: Hi
23:49:36  <JesseF>I've been having some odd trouble firing up my Mojito app on a drone
23:49:41  <JesseF>https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5624211
23:50:33  <JesseF>It's basically an express app
23:50:49  <JesseF>And it looks like it starts up several times
23:50:58  <JesseF>Is there some environmental variable I'm not using?
23:51:08  <julianduque>JesseF: let me take a look
23:51:10  <JesseF>https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5624232
23:51:15  <JesseF>That is the server.js
23:53:08  <julianduque>JesseF: I will investigate, give me a couple minutes
23:53:22  <JesseF>Thank you very much
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23:55:00  <JesseF>and if it helps here is what the normal startup looks like locally
23:55:02  <JesseF>https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5624250
23:55:27  <jesusabdullah>mmalecki: you around?
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23:58:54  <jesusabdullah>guessing mmalecki is sleepin'
23:59:23  <julianduque>JesseF: I will try to deploy a copy of yours to my account and check whats happening
23:59:31  <JesseF>ok
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