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00:01:14  <julianduque>ericrius1: hmm let me check
00:01:29  <ericrius1>cool thanks!
00:02:12  <julianduque>ericrius1: can you execute `jitsu start` and see if it helps?, Rackspace was having problems this morning
00:04:35  <ericrius1>Hey Juilan, it deployed! Now I am having trouble with dependencies
00:04:36  <ericrius1>CollaboArt@0.0.0-2 /Users/ericlevin/CollaboArt ├── UNMET DEPENDENCY express 3.2.6 └── UNMET DEPENDENCY socket.io 0.9.16 npm ERR! missing: express@3.2.6, required by CollaboArt@0.0.0-2 npm ERR! missing: socket.io@0.9.16, required by CollaboArt@0.0.0-2 npm ERR! not ok code 0
00:04:52  <ericrius1>My package.json looks like { "name": "CollaboArt", "subdomain": "ericrius1-CollaboArt", "scripts": { "start": "node app.js" }, "version": "0.0.0-2", "dependencies": { "express": "3.2.6", "socket.io": "0.9.16" }, "engines": { "node": "0.8.x" } }
00:05:35  <julianduque>ericrius1: try the following, `jitsu deploy --debug` and create a gist with the output, also attach your package.json to that gist
00:05:40  <ericrius1>But I know those are installed and working because it runs on localhost
00:05:41  <ericrius1>ok cool
00:05:59  <julianduque>ericrius1: make sure you copy on the gist the full output
00:06:59  <ericrius1>https://gist.github.com/ericrius1/5801619
00:07:52  <julianduque>ericrius1: app deployed fine http://ericrius1-collaboart.nodejitsu.com
00:08:11  <ericrius1>I think the problem might be the npm modules are installed globally but nodejitsu expects them to be local?
00:08:13  <ericrius1>check the console
00:08:20  <ericrius1>it is not loading dependencies correctly its eems
00:08:24  <ericrius1>*seems
00:08:56  <julianduque>ericrius1: that log is fine
00:09:21  <julianduque>ericrius1: and we only need the references in package.json, we build your deps on our platform
00:09:42  <ericrius1>There should be a white dot on screen moving, and it's not showing up- in my console it says "Failed to load resource http://localhost/socket.io/1/?t=1371514078727"
00:09:47  <ericrius1>do you not see that on yours? hrm..
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00:11:04  <ericrius1>ahhhh ok.. so on my deployed version I need ot erase this line from my idnex html file ? <script src="/socket.io/socket.io.js"></script>
00:11:10  <julianduque>ericrius1: change the first line in comm.js to `var socket = io.connect();`
00:11:38  <ericrius1>Ahhhh ok- thnx!!!
00:11:39  <julianduque>ericrius1: only change that it will work for localhost and production :)
00:11:58  <ericrius1>im still new to all this- really appreciate it
00:12:10  <julianduque>let me know if it works :)
00:12:36  <ericrius1>yep :)
00:13:36  <ericrius1>while im on subject--- I was wondering if you had any advice on following- I am trying to make a collaborative, interactive particle art app- where different users can control different parts of the system.. any thoughts come to mind on how you would go about it?
00:13:48  <ericrius1>Mainly I just dont know how much I can handle with sockets since Ive never used them...
00:14:32  <ericrius1>for example ... would I be able to pass the positions, velocities, and accelerations of 10000 particles back and forth in real time? Or would there be better ways like keeping track of just different user mouse clicks?
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00:16:25  <julianduque>ericrius1: you can track changes and emit those changes with websockets to other clients, also you want to use a session storage, I can recommend a redis store.
00:17:58  <ericrius1>Cool- so use redis to keep track of all the info for each particle you mean, and then when client moves the particles he owns in the particle system, emit that to everyone? What advantage woudl redis have over just storing all these particles in an array?
00:18:33  <ericrius1>Ohhh.. because then you'd have to update each array on each client's computer? And instead with redis you can just reference all the particles from that central spot?
00:18:35  <julianduque>ericrius1: if your app crash all the particles will be lost
00:18:40  <julianduque>ericrius1: exactly
00:19:46  <ericrius1>ahh cool
00:20:29  <ericrius1>so you think if I use this strategy I can handle 100,000 of these guys? What kind of scale have you seen peopel max out at when dealing with them in real-time?
00:20:37  <ericrius1>(at 60 fps hopefully)
00:20:55  <julianduque>ericrius1: on a single drone, 500 websocket persistent connections
00:21:02  <julianduque>s/persistent/concurrent
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00:22:40  <ericrius1>Haha wow! Yeah I'll probably want max 3-4 people, I was thinking more of how many particles I cna keep track of and keep synced between those 3-4 clients
00:24:43  <julianduque>ericrius1: oh, hmm don't really know, you need to test that out
00:25:43  <ericrius1>Cool- I'll let you know what I find out . Thanks again :)!
00:27:00  <julianduque>ericrius1: awesome :)
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00:34:21  <ericrius1>Hey Julian, one last quick question than I'll stop bugging you: It looks like you can install a redis database from Jitsu's CLI, but how do you then use it in your application? The docs didn't go into that at all...
00:36:38  <julianduque>ericrius1: create the database with `jitsu databases create redis` and give it a name, it will return you the connection strings and credentials
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01:15:15  <stall10n>hi all
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01:26:24  <julianduque>stall10n: hello!
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01:45:36  <happycloud>Looking for a little help with private repo deploy from github
01:46:42  <julianduque>happycloud: whats happening?
01:47:16  <happycloud>I'm following instructions both from NJ handbook as well as http://technotes.tumblr.com/post/38658287823/deploy-a-private-repository-via-github-to-nodejitsu
01:47:47  <happycloud>Here's a security modified gist of my actions https://gist.github.com/gonegreen/8c0595a1c54f1b76ecbd
01:48:19  <happycloud>I see 2 tokens in there, one in the first call "aaabbbbccccddd" and one in second "123456"
01:49:29  <happycloud>when I use the first one and I monitor my status - nothing happens at all. If I use the second it does something but then gives an error about no package.json, is it a private repo etc… It seems instructions refer to me using the first token in github service hook but I dont understand why nothing is happening.
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01:53:11  <julianduque>happycloud: can you create a gist with the error you are seeing?
02:00:35  <happycloud>https://gist.github.com/gonegreen/4d58d2b538cbafd01ba3
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02:02:04  <julianduque>happycloud: did you followed all the steps in https://www.nodejitsu.com/getting-started-with-github/?
02:02:31  <julianduque>we have been experiencing some errors since github changed his API, not sure if related, it seems like an authentication error
02:03:43  <happycloud>yes - 4 times actually. It's a little unclear which token to use - It seems that I should use the token provided in step 3 but adding that to the service hook then doing a test (or a real push) shows no messages in my status feed (and does not update NJ). Using the token returned in step 4 then testing dumps the error message you see in gist
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02:09:09  <happycloud>Just redid all the steps - I used the token generated in step 3 in my service hook, then did the step 4 auth.. I did both the test button as well as a real push - my status feed stays blank until it times out
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02:11:52  <julianduque>happycloud: sorry, my internet died :/
02:12:20  <happycloud>No prob - - testing things again
02:12:24  <julianduque>happycloud: you need to use the token from step 3 or your password when setting up the service hooks
02:12:40  <julianduque>happycloud: make sure you enabled the email checkboxes
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02:12:55  <julianduque>happycloud: what is your nodejitsu username?
02:13:05  <happycloud>ya - it's what I am doing - anything else yields the error. I have enabled the emails - dont get any mails whether error or not
02:13:08  <happycloud>gonegreen
02:13:59  <julianduque>happycloud: oh, i'm seeing something interesting
02:14:20  <happycloud>sounds like a doctor looking at xrays :)
02:14:27  <julianduque>haha lol
02:15:07  <julianduque>happycloud: try the following, use the token in the 3rd step, i'm tailing logs now
02:16:55  <happycloud>julianduque: are you sending code?
02:17:19  <julianduque>sending code?
02:18:06  <happycloud>Oh I misunderstood "try the following" - got it
02:18:50  <julianduque>yes, i'm no trying, i'm just tailing logs
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02:20:26  <julianduque>gamerdrome: hello
02:20:50  <happycloud>julianduque: just did step 3 and 4, added step 3 token to GH and pushed
02:20:56  <gamerdrome>I was having a problem before with engine.io client on firefox
02:21:50  <gamerdrome>I've figured it out and it seems like the post which is part of the engine.io connection was not getting sent to the same server through the load balancer
02:22:02  <julianduque>happycloud: instead of the token try with your password
02:22:06  <gamerdrome>I know nodejitsu uses sticky sessions
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02:22:43  <gamerdrome>but has there been any reported problem of engine.io using sticky sessions with nodejitsu load balancers?
02:23:13  <gamerdrome>with firefox only
02:23:16  <julianduque>gamerdrome: not sure, I don't think so
02:24:10  <gamerdrome>is there anything i can do to make sure that websockets are always getting sent to the same server that you know of?
02:24:18  <happycloud>julianduque: ok - just pushed
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02:54:49  <bob__>Hello. I'm looking to buy the $9/month plan, but I'd like to know how much storage/bandwidth/RAM/database memory is allotted to such a pricing plan.
02:55:01  <bob__>THank you!
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02:55:46  <julianduque>bob__: our drones have 3gb of storage but isn't persistent across deploys
02:55:58  <julianduque>bob__: bandwidth has a soft limit of 1TB /month
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02:56:20  <julianduque>bob__: You can deploy to 1 drone with 256mb of RAM
02:57:08  <julianduque>bob__: and you can check database information in the addons section https://www.nodejitsu.com/paas/addons/
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02:58:05  <bob__>Thank you julianduque! What do you mean that the 3gb isn't persistent across deploys? Each application I add has their own 3gb of alloted space?
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02:59:47  <julianduque>bob__: if you deploy your app again your uploaded files get lost
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03:00:03  <julianduque>bob__: because you will deploy to a new vm and the old vm gets freed
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03:00:38  <bob__>julianduque: Ah, okay, thank you. The solution is just to back up all your files before deploying your app again, I suppose.
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03:01:14  <julianduque>bob__: or use a storage service like amazon s3 or rackspace cloudfiles :)
03:01:49  <bob__>Indeed. That is also a solution! Thank you for your time! have a nice evening.
03:02:51  <julianduque>bob__: :)
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04:27:08  <AndrewHenderson>Having trouble deploying my app. Anyone available to take a look out the failed deploy output on Gist?
04:27:11  <AndrewHenderson>https://gist.github.com/AndrewHenderson/5802661
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04:28:23  <julianduque>AndrewHenderson: hiredis will not compile on smartos, let me give you a couple of links with a workaround
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04:29:33  <julianduque>AndrewHenderson: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/nodejs/pl0M43WdDtE
04:30:34  <julianduque>AndrewHenderson: I can't find the other one, try that and let me know if it works
04:38:20  <AndrewHenderson>julianduque: Thanks. That got me further. I ran into other dependency issues, but this is on my end. I didn't keep track of my dependencies in my package.json as I built the app. So I'm writing it now at the end.
04:39:29  <jcrugzz>AndrewHenderson: a good little trick is to install modules with `npm install <module> --save`. Takes care of your package.json for you :)
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05:28:58  <poorman>not sure if it's just me but app wont start: https://gist.github.com/nickpoorman/689abd8e5a05fc6a292b
05:31:13  <poorman>it's not really important that I start the newest snapshot right now cause I'm about to leave anyway. but just thought id let u know, in case it wasn't just me.
05:32:55  <poorman>…and I take it all back, just restarted the snapshot. 3rd time was the charm.
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05:56:30  <AndrewHenderson>Anyone familiar with connecting an Express app with the nodejitsu remote redis db?
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06:37:54  <Swaagie>AndrewHenderson: hey, how can I help you? :)
06:39:52  <AndrewHenderson>Swaggie: Hi, I've been working on an app locally, using local installations of redis and couch. I'm trying get connected to my nodejitsu iris instances of these databases so I can deploy without error.
06:41:37  <AndrewHenderson>Swaagie: Hi, I've been working on an app locally, using local installations of redis and couch. I'm trying get connected to my nodejitsu iris instances of these databases so I can deploy without error.
06:42:24  <Swaagie>you can use the provided connection string of : jitsu databases list
06:42:34  <Swaagie>or aquire it through webops
06:42:53  <Swaagie>what modules are you using to interact with redis, node_redis?
06:43:06  <AndrewHenderson>i have located those thanks
06:43:15  <AndrewHenderson>yes node redis
06:43:29  <AndrewHenderson>and i just installed iris redis
06:44:17  <AndrewHenderson>i believe i followed the docs but am getting an authentication error
06:44:35  <AndrewHenderson>https://github.com/iriscouch/iris-redis
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08:40:26  <Hounddog>is the site down or something
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08:48:39  <`3rdEden>Hounddog: what site?
08:48:52  <Hounddog>nodejitsu
08:49:10  <Hounddog>"Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data."
08:49:22  <`3rdEden>it does seem to load slow as fuck, I know we've released a major refactor of it yesterday..
08:49:32  <`3rdEden>Maybe there's something acting up >_>
08:49:50  <Hounddog>just wanted to show someone where we could host our app...
08:50:01  <Hounddog>doesnt look very promising at the moment :p
08:50:39  <`3rdEden>I'm seeing a couple of crashes
08:50:51  <`3rdEden>lookin in to it atm
08:51:27  <Hounddog>cool
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08:53:03  <`3rdEden>Hounddog: anyways, thanks for the heads up!
08:53:11  <Hounddog>no issues :)
08:53:30  <Hounddog>thankfully i just have to mention it here and not wait for a mail reply
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13:15:09  <Maurice>Hi there. my env settings keep resetting to an older value. though they are correctly displayed in the jitsu env list. Any ideas?
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13:30:43  <ChrisMatthieu>Are we aware of any web socket connecting issues? My twelephone-staging app doesn't seem to be throwing any errors but clients cannot connect via web sockets. ws://twelephone.com
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13:41:49  <Sly>ChrisMatthieu: my websocket connected fine on twelephone.
13:42:10  <Sly>ChrisMatthieu: could be behind a firewall or something. Have you tried wss:// instead?
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13:42:52  <ChrisMatthieu_>thanks. i also confirmed that tunneling through my hotel it works too
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13:50:35  <paulo_>Is there anybody from nodejitsu here?
13:50:48  <paulo_>I have some questions
13:51:19  <Sly>paulo_: there is. :)
13:51:43  <jmar777>they're always here. everywhere and nowhere.
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14:11:11  <Fabryz>hello
14:11:19  <Sly>Hey, Fabryz.
14:11:36  <Fabryz>anyone here with experience with redis package?
14:11:54  <Sly>Maurice: ^ ?
14:12:02  <Maurice>yes
14:13:17  <Fabryz>i'm saving stuff on redis with no problems, when I try to retrieve something the key becomes undefined https://gist.github.com/Fabryz/5805482
14:13:21  <Maurice>hi Fabryz
14:13:25  <Maurice>wat is the problem?
14:13:31  <Maurice>oh sorry, didnt see that message :)
14:13:33  <Fabryz>I don't get what I'm doing wrong
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14:19:04  <Maurice>fabryz, so you want to iterate through the keys?
14:19:06  <Maurice>jsut that?
14:20:32  <Fabryz>I want to iterate the keys array, for each one I need to do HGET key[i] "count"
14:21:08  <Maurice>instead of keys '*', use hkeys
14:21:14  <Maurice>actually, the keys thing is not even needed
14:21:15  <Fabryz>if I console logs that key[i] count INSIDE the redis hget callback I get "undefined: X" where X is the correct retrieved value (I guess)
14:21:48  <Maurice>try hgetall
14:21:50  <Maurice>http://redis.io/commands/hgetall
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14:24:29  <Fabryz>Maurice ok
14:24:40  <Fabryz>but (sorry for the paste, but it's only 3 rows):
14:24:42  <Fabryz>client.hgetall(keys[i], function(err2, value) {
14:24:42  <Fabryz> console.log(keys[i] +": "+ value );
14:24:42  <Fabryz> });
14:25:16  <Fabryz>I don't get why this one inside the for, it prints out "undefined" as the ket
14:25:18  <Fabryz>key*
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14:30:24  <Maurice>try: client.hgetall(function(err, keysValues) { //here comes the for})
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14:31:16  <Maurice>example: for(i=0;i<keysValues.length;i+=2) {keysValues[i] // key keysValues[i+1] //value}
14:31:42  <Maurice>got it?
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14:59:27  <Fabryz>Maurice back
14:59:32  <Fabryz>atm my for was like https://gist.github.com/Fabryz/5805482
14:59:34  <Fabryz>will try
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15:02:25  <Hounddog>`3rdEden just too bad you was not there this year :( somehow we are unlycky with transportation
15:03:06  <`3rdEden>Hounddog: I know right, it sucked balls
15:03:20  <`3rdEden>My presentation even had animations :o
15:03:25  <Hounddog>i remember last year you also had some issue
15:04:24  <`3rdEden>Hounddog: Yea, some fucker jumped in front of train near Schiphol, which caused my train to delay for a couple of minutes, which caused it miss a sign in brussles where we had to wait for 30 minutes.. Which made me miss every single fucking train :D
15:04:26  <`3rdEden>fun stuff
15:04:44  <Hounddog>apparently my talk was quite good even though i think it was shit... have to watch the video and take notes what all i did wrong
15:04:58  <`3rdEden>:D
15:05:12  <`3rdEden>good to hear that your talk was good :p
15:05:34  <Hounddog>i actually fucked up totally :D
15:06:03  <Fabryz>Maurice nope doesn't work
15:06:11  <Hounddog>i forgot starting the timer on my phone so it was always on 40 mins hrhr i just rattled it down in éç mins or so
15:06:20  <Hounddog>29 mins i mean
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15:07:08  <`3rdEden>Yup, that always happens because you stuffed with adrenaline and you speak faster :p
15:07:18  <JoshRWeinstein>*waves*
15:07:19  <`3rdEden>Hounddog: at least you had enough time for questions ;)
15:07:29  <Hounddog>yeah lol
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15:18:05  <`3rdEden>Anyways, i'm gonna cook
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15:19:25  <JoshRWeinstein>LOL
15:19:38  <`3E|CHEF>:D
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16:27:00  <kenperkins>cronopio have you thought about using process.env values for implicit permissions in pkgcloud
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16:27:22  <cronopio>?
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16:28:23  <mmalecki>let's avoid using process.env at all in pkgcloud, eh?
16:28:49  <cronopio>hehe good advice
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16:28:56  <kenperkins>well
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16:29:12  <kenperkins>just looking for ways to make the permissions not have to be passed all over the place
16:29:23  <kenperkins>obviously you can do require('config.json')
16:29:41  <mmalecki>what permissions?
16:29:43  <cronopio>kenperkins: what permissions are you talking??
16:29:47  <kenperkins>usernames/keys/etc
16:29:58  <kenperkins>for creating clients
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16:30:36  <kenperkins>cronopio: can you review https://github.com/nodejitsu/pkgcloud/pull/160
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16:31:02  <kenperkins>it's pretty trivial but I'd like a quick second look
16:31:23  <cronopio>kenperkins: yeah sounds good!
16:31:31  <kenperkins>fog (ruby equiv of package cloud) uses environment variables for apiKeys for example
16:31:37  <kenperkins>such that you don't have anything on disk
16:32:00  <mmalecki>no, please, don't
16:32:20  <mmalecki>we create various clients with various keys/usernames in our projects all the time, dynamically
16:32:31  <mmalecki>env and a file with options is a no go
16:32:50  <cronopio>kenperkins: Im thinking about that permissions stuff and maybe sounds like a job for another tool, to handle the differents configs
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16:32:58  <kenperkins>maybe
16:33:02  <kenperkins>i'm not saying I want it
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16:33:07  <kenperkins>just talking outloud
16:33:32  <cronopio>yeah, hold the configs sometimes is a pain
16:34:02  <cronopio>but I think we can throw ideas and see what is the best approach
16:34:04  <kenperkins>we're trying to hook up smoke tests through travis that do real api calls via pkgcloud
16:34:12  <Siedrix>Hi, i have an app runing at http://bdpn.nodejitsu.com/ and http://www.bdpn.unam.mx/ its running correctly on the nodejitsu url but its not running on the domain
16:34:14  <kenperkins>but it's non-trivial to generate a config file
16:34:35  <Siedrix>do you know what could be the problem?
16:34:37  <kenperkins>cronopio: did you say 160 was fine to merge?
16:35:15  <cronopio>kenperkins: no, I saw the issue details and sounds good the change, let me review and at night will give my +1
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16:38:42  <cronopio>Siedrix: hi, check the dns settings, I'll take a look
16:39:26  <cronopio>Siedrix: Oh I see the problem, your DNS settings is point out to just ONE balancer
16:39:45  <cronopio>please add more balancers ip to your dns settings, so they fallback if one balancer go down
16:40:19  <Siedrix>Ok
16:40:38  <Siedrix>To all of this 165.225.129.253 165.225.130.235 165.225.130.237 165.225.130.238 165.225.130.239 165.225.130.240 165.225.130.241 165.225.131.4 165.225.131.5 ?
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16:41:57  <cronopio>yes, all of them are balancers
16:42:06  <Siedrix>Thx
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16:42:14  <Siedrix>I will make the change
16:42:20  <cronopio>Siedrix: you're welcome :D
16:44:31  <Siedrix>What tool did you use to check the dns?
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16:51:09  <cronopio>Siedrix: I use archlinux, and I got a tool called, dig
16:51:25  <cronopio>dig can show the dns settings to certain domain
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17:33:35  <BenjaminRH>Morning everyone. I had a quick question about a Meteor app I'm deploying to Nodejitsu: I've pointed my own domain at it with A records, and added both "www.domain.com" and "domain.com" to the package.json file, as per the docs, but I'd like the www.domain.com to redirect to domain.com, which I noticed Nodejitsu does on the homepage (albeit in the opposite order). Any idea how I'd do that?
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17:37:30  <nathan7>BenjaminRH: Just check the URL and redirect
17:37:47  <nathan7>BenjaminRH: I'm not terribly familiar with Meteor
17:39:04  <BenjaminRH>nathan7: Hmm. It seems like there should be a better way to do that. Anyway, Meteor gets assembled to a regular node.js app before I deploy, so the same principles should work
17:39:34  <BenjaminRH>is that what you'd do in something like Express?
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17:41:16  <BenjaminRH>Well at any rate, I take it that Nodejitsu doesn't provide a UI option for that, which I guess is what I was wondering
17:41:23  <BenjaminRH>Thanks nathan7
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17:51:00  <Slaytorson>Any one know why I am getting this err when trying to deploy to haibu? https://gist.github.com/bslayton/9067744a5666baeb61f8
17:51:22  <Slaytorson>I just started tinkering with haibu.
17:51:57  <Slaytorson>I'm using the example code from https://github.com/nodejitsu/haibu
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17:53:43  <nathan7>Slaytorson: Use 0.8
17:53:51  <nathan7>Slaytorson: Haibu will never get 0.10 support
17:55:30  <Slaytorson>nathan7: Is there a way to install multiple versions of node? My app code that I want to run is using methods in 0.10..
17:55:38  <Slaytorson>The code I will eventually run.
17:55:59  <Slaytorson>Why is it that it won't get 0.10 support?
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17:58:05  <booyaa|foo>jcrugzz: dude url's broken https://github.com/jcrugzz/Featherview
17:58:08  <booyaa|foo>the demo site one
18:00:14  <jcrugzz>booyaa|foo: interesting, ill have to rewrite that bitch in node. it was hosted on some cheap hosting a buddy of mine had so he probably got rid of it
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18:06:06  <jcrugzz>but thanks for letting me know :)
18:08:20  <`3rdEden>we got a pythonic in da house
18:08:53  <`3rdEden>jcrugzz: you could also just host it on google app engine
18:09:20  <jcrugzz>`3rdEden: the code is terrible though
18:09:29  <jcrugzz>i need to rekindle that experiment
18:09:45  <`3rdEden>:p
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18:09:54  <jcrugzz>i was a sophmore in college at the time i did that
18:09:59  <jcrugzz>sophomore
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18:19:58  <Slaytorson>nathan7: I'm running haibu on 0.8.1 and I still get the same err. https://gist.github.com/bslayton/1b10620bc5655cfc6c8c
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18:59:17  <scottW>Question...How do you see the details of a "Parse Error" on NodeJitsu?
18:59:24  <james>hey, when will signup be possible?>
18:59:28  <scottW>My logs aren't telling me anything, but it happens when I deploy.
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18:59:37  <scottW>And it doesn't happen on my local machine...
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18:59:56  <Guest79295>hey, when will signup be possible?>
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19:00:33  <mmalecki>Guest79295: it's possible all the time, actually. what are you seeing?
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19:00:43  <Guest79295>its not working
19:00:46  <Guest79295>just hangs
19:00:58  <mmalecki>`3rdEden: ^ ?
19:01:12  <mmalecki>Guest79295: you're signing up through website?
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19:01:15  <`3rdEden>hmm
19:01:22  <Guest79295>status page says they are having issues
19:01:27  <Guest79295>both
19:02:07  <Guest79295>error: Nodejitsu Error (400): Bad Request
19:02:20  <Guest79295>error: Error running command users confirm
19:03:03  <`3rdEden>mmalecki: the website works fine.
19:03:42  <mmalecki>ah, it's confirm
19:03:53  <mmalecki>okay, let me look at it
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19:04:05  <`3rdEden>Guest79295: you could sign up with https://www.nodejitsu.com/signup/
19:04:17  <`3rdEden>but your account is probably created anyways
19:04:32  <mmalecki>`3rdEden: it's the confirm thingy with a code
19:05:41  <Guest79295>trying again
19:06:23  <Guest79295>its just sitting waiting for an answer
19:07:17  <Guest79295>it hung up
19:07:27  <Guest79295>i did get an email... end of key 589c7
19:07:55  <mmalecki>yeah, checking it out now :)
19:07:59  <mmalecki>can you pm me the code?
19:11:36  <Guest79295>send an email to support
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19:13:47  <Guest79295>still getting error: Nodejitsu Error (400): Bad Request
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19:16:30  <Guest79295>i keep getting new keys
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19:38:01  <statichippo>can someone make sure i don't have any zombie processes running again?
19:38:19  <statichippo>joshrweinstein/pubsub-staging (user/app)
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19:52:55  <jkennedy1980>movienight's redis is unreachable
19:54:28  <jkennedy1980>hello? Anybody in here?
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19:55:49  <mmalecki>jkennedy1980: hey, I'm here
19:55:53  <mmalecki>can you PM me the hostname?
19:56:22  <jkennedy1980>movienight.io is our app, the redis instance is ....
19:56:56  <jkennedy1980>nodejitsudb3638122228.redis.irstack.com
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19:59:08  <mmalecki>jkennedy1980: looking at it right now. I just noticed you guys sent in a support ticket
19:59:27  <jkennedy1980>ya, this morning. been down since 1:40 am
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20:17:55  <scottW>Does anyone know how to get more details on a "Parse Error" on Nodejitsu?
20:18:06  <nathan7>scottW: Hey
20:18:08  <scottW>Nothing shows in the logs from what I could tell...but the logs don't always work.
20:18:14  <nathan7>scottW: Are you running socket.io perchance?
20:18:18  <nathan7>scottW: username/appname?
20:18:18  <scottW>Yes
20:18:26  <nathan7>scottW: Do you happen to have flashsockets enabled?
20:18:32  <scottW>pingplot/pingplot
20:18:41  <scottW>As a matter of fact, I do - as a fallback
20:18:46  <nathan7>Yeah
20:18:53  <nathan7>So our load balancers are hitting the flash policy server
20:19:03  <nathan7>which just vomits XML, which is not valid HTTP, thus parse error
20:19:09  <scottW>Oh
20:19:17  <scottW>so it's not compatible with flashsocket?
20:19:29  <nathan7>You can turn the policy server off
20:19:45  <scottW>Does that have any disadvantage I should know about?
20:19:51  <nathan7>The flashsockets will fail to connect either way (we're activating a flash policy server on our load balancers soon enough)
20:20:10  <scottW>Okay - so for now it is probably best to disable flashsockets
20:20:12  <scottW>agree?
20:20:22  <nathan7>Mhm
20:20:25  <mmalecki>websockets are better anyway
20:20:39  <scottW>Yeah, web socket is my first choice.
20:20:49  <scottW>I'll see if that fixes it.
20:21:04  <scottW>I do websocket, htmlfile, xhr-polling, jsonp-polling
20:21:10  <scottW>I removed flashsocket
20:21:14  <nathan7>Okies
20:21:17  <nathan7>Then it should work :>
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20:22:20  <scottW>Haha ...let's hope so!
20:23:02  <nathan7>Otherwise we're right at your side C=
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20:23:42  <scottW>Does Iris Couch take time to setup a Redis deploy or is it available immediately?
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20:24:14  <julianduque>scottW: immediately
20:24:18  <mmalecki>scottW: it's immediately, but we're doing some emergency scaling on that service now
20:24:25  <mmalecki>so might take a bit longer to bring it up
20:24:34  <mmalecki>can you PM me your hostname please :) ?
20:24:43  <nathan7>We underestimated how awesome we are, so the box fell over
20:25:03  <scottW>Usually I can access it remotely and it works, but I deployed another one and it isn't working yet - I'm getting Error: Auth error: ERR operation not permitted
20:25:05  <scottW>Hahaha
20:25:18  <scottW>You didn't buy that company yet?? :)
20:26:07  <nathan7>Hm?
20:26:14  <nathan7>IrisRedis is ours now
20:26:25  <scottW>That's what I thought
20:26:34  <scottW>Running the deploy....hopes are high.
20:26:36  <nathan7>We're currently scaling the redis things up
20:26:57  <nathan7>Buying a company is the easy part q=
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20:27:33  <scottW>Agreed....
20:28:18  <scottW>Well, that's a new error.... error: No free servers available.
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20:28:42  <scottW>I don't know why it would need a free server...I already have one.
20:28:45  <nathan7>scottW: On it!
20:28:50  <nathan7>We're out of available servers
20:28:52  <scottW>it's a 512MB
20:29:00  <nathan7>scottW: Which DC?
20:30:10  <nathan7>scottW: Got it, joyent-us-sw-1 [=
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20:36:29  <scottW>Just let me know when I can pull the trigger again :)
20:37:31  <MannyCal>Using Plates, how do I append a partial to an (HTML5) tag like 'header' ?
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20:50:10  <scottW>Can I deploy? :P
20:53:20  <nathan7>We're sorting out some rather hairy redis shit :|
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21:00:49  <scottW>Okay
21:01:46  <mmalecki>scottW: actually sw-1 is blocked by Joyent
21:02:05  <mmalecki>we're still seeing some problems due to their API upgrade
21:02:08  <mmalecki>this should be fixed shortly :)
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21:02:12  <scottW>blocked? okay
21:02:26  <scottW>rough day it sounds like.
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21:07:02  <mmalecki>scottW: it indeed is
21:07:17  <mmalecki>sorry for that, we'll have it worked out soon enough :)
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21:09:53  <scottW>It's cool. Just let me know when you've got it under control.
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21:28:19  <cendrizzi>I haven't seen much on the twitter feed. Can anyone clarify the status on the service and what the ETA for fixing the issues are? Also are business accounts and the personal accounts all effected in the same way when stuff does go down?
21:31:23  <mmalecki>cendrizzi: everything is fixed now, there are some issues with a little number of IrisRedis databases, but service is up and running. what are you seeing?
21:32:26  <mmalecki>oh, I see http://status.jit.su/... we have no actual balancer problems now, looks like a bug in status UI
21:32:39  <cendrizzi>mmalecki: I just wanted to confirm. I have another dev hitting my stuff. He hasn't told lately that he's having issues so I'll assume it's good. I just wanted to make sure since they UI does say there is still issues
21:33:15  <mmalecki>cendrizzi: yeah, it looks like we have a bug in there and UI doesn't update correctly, thanks for heads up!
21:33:20  <mmalecki>(working on it)
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21:34:12  <cendrizzi>As a business account what is the best way to go about getting priority support? Just saying I'm a business user here? Geez that makes me sound like an elitist. I just want to ensure when my product does launch that I follow the proper prototcol if we do experience downtime.
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21:35:17  <mmalecki>cendrizzi: it's priority-support@nodejitsu.com, iirc. anoemi, can you verify :) ?
21:36:17  <mmalecki>scottW: I'm creating new servers in there now
21:36:27  <mmalecki>cendrizzi: also, status is fixed, thanks for patience :)
21:36:29  <scottW>Okay thanks
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21:36:59  <mmalecki>scottW: I'll let you know when they are online (should be like 5 mins)
21:37:01  <cendrizzi>mmalecki: Thanks. Ok so that email and just this IRC. Sounds easy enough.
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21:54:29  <rossk>mmalecki: did y'all write your own status board system or work with something OSS?
21:56:23  <mmalecki>rossk: we wrote it from grounds up, it's pretty easy
21:56:41  <mmalecki>I wasn't aware there were node.js status boards
21:57:00  <rossk>mmalecki: I figured as much -- I don't think there is a nodejs one... I just spent a few minutes looking
21:57:20  <julianduque>atlasboard
21:57:54  <julianduque>https://npmjs.org/package/atlasboard
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21:58:38  <rossk>julianduque: that looks slick!
21:58:53  <julianduque>I wanna try it
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22:01:13  <rossk>holy crap thats cool
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22:04:38  <julianduque>ls
22:04:41  <julianduque>oops
22:06:16  <mmalecki>scottW: all those servers are up now, forgot to track it. please give it a try again :)
22:06:17  <julianduque>ENOTSH
22:06:26  <scottW>Yippee
22:09:23  <scottW>deploying...
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22:14:59  <scottW>App started but socket.io.js isn't loading
22:15:41  <scottW>bummer..gotta roll back. Strange, because it works fine on my local machine
22:15:46  <scottW>Probably a http/https issue
22:18:09  <mmalecki>those are a pain to test, yeah. what were you seeing?
22:18:49  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: What is https://github.com/indexzero/window-stream/blob/master/lib/moving-average.js#L54-L57 for? A clone?
22:19:21  <scottW>When I load the client side script (/socket.io/socket.io.js), it can't find it
22:19:30  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: yea essentially
22:19:31  <scottW>the server isn't serving it up for me on nodejitsu for some reason
22:19:39  <scottW>even though on my local machine all is well
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22:33:30  <jesusabdullah>fuck, vows tests
22:34:42  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: they arent THAT bad
22:34:48  <jesusabdullah>yeah I used to say that too
22:34:52  <jcrugzz>lol
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22:36:21  <julianduque>scottW: what is your username and appname, i will take a look
22:36:22  <mmalecki>vows will be getting a huge breaking refactor sometimes soon
22:36:44  <jesusabdullah>mmalecki: module.exports = require('tap');
22:37:22  <julianduque>lol
22:37:22  <mmalecki>no
22:37:39  <jcrugzz>its not quite that easy :p
22:41:08  <MrBlue>Hi all. I'm looking for guidance regarding errors I receive when trying to deploy my app to nodejitsu. I believe the fatal error is with mongoose. http://pastebin.com/2gMq47jf Any help would greatly be appreciated!
22:41:42  <julianduque>MrBlue: let me check
22:42:10  <julianduque>MrBlue: can you create a new gist with the full output
22:43:42  <MrBlue>@julianduque will do. Actually the deployment passes however nothing loads when visiting the app URL
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22:44:46  <julianduque>MrBlue: also what is your username and appname?
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22:50:58  <scottW>Any instructions on getting Socket.IO to work on Nodejitsu?
22:51:09  <scottW>I have it all working on a normal EC2 server and my local machine
22:51:13  <scottW>but fails no Nodejitsu
22:51:59  <julianduque>scottW: what is your username and appname, let me take a look
22:52:06  <scottW>pingplot/pingplot
22:52:25  <julianduque>give me a couple minutes
22:53:29  <scottW>Here is a gist of my setup https://gist.github.com/sweinertjr/5810239
22:53:49  <scottW>Keep in mind, some of that code obviously does not run on production
22:53:55  <scottW>it is conditional
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22:59:15  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: so the output of this guy is { n: <last-n>, metric: { n: <average-n> }} ?
22:59:27  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: shouldn't it just be { n: <average-n> } ?
23:00:27  <jesusabdullah>oh, I see, it's assuming your value is metric
23:00:33  <jesusabdullah>that's wrong, but whatever
23:00:52  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: well thats based off the general format
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23:01:33  <jcrugzz>but it could probably be specified to use a `meta` key
23:01:44  <jcrugzz>otherwise metric is always the value
23:02:43  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: tell me what you expect though
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23:06:17  <scottW>Should I be looking at http://blog.nodejitsu.com/http-proxy-intro to learn how to do my Socket.IO integration with Nodejitsu?
23:06:43  <julianduque>scottW: no, what kind of problems are you seeing?
23:07:07  <scottW>Well, it doesn't get very far because on the client, it can't load the javascript file
23:07:12  <scottW>the socket.io.js
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23:07:27  <scottW>It's not being served up as expected
23:08:16  <julianduque>scottW: checking whats happening
23:08:31  <scottW>I had to take it down and roll back
23:08:36  <scottW>it was breaking the entire site.
23:08:44  <scottW>but my latest snapshot includes it
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23:09:15  <julianduque>scottW: give me a problematic snapshot version and I will take a look at that
23:09:50  <scottW> 0.0.1-45
23:12:08  <julianduque>scottW: I'm seeing, you are attaching socket.io to your secureServer and secureServer isn't being created on production
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23:12:34  <scottW>Well that would be a problem...
23:12:42  <scottW>Okay I'll look into it.
23:12:46  <julianduque>scottW: you need to attach socket.io to your http server
23:13:01  <scottW>will it work still over https via your proxy?
23:15:38  <patrickod>how does one set environment variables for teh app with forever.js?
23:15:53  <patrickod>I'm trying to use it with node cluster and none of the environment variables I'm setting seem to be passed through
23:15:54  <julianduque>scottW: yes
23:16:02  <scottW>Okay thanks.
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23:19:19  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: no worries, was just confused for a second
23:19:31  <jesusabdullah>but not as confused as I am about these friggin' vows tests
23:19:56  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: yea they took me a little bit. what are you confused about specifically?
23:20:06  <jesusabdullah>why nested topics don't work
23:21:02  <mmalecki>you can't only have a topic in your batch
23:23:27  <julianduque>patrickod: with $ export ENV_VAR=myvalue
23:23:30  <julianduque>patrickod: then run forever
23:23:46  <patrickod>@julianduque I got it working. It wasn't forever's fault :)
23:24:26  <julianduque>:)
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23:28:38  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: https://github.com/jesusabdullah/window-stream/commit/8b2e4e592a3ad0dd49f0a4a77605e545e0f85139 Fixes
23:29:10  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: https://github.com/jesusabdullah/window-stream/commit/2026a56c2be9c240a2fcdf71b255e26d12a36ae6 tests, but I can't get vows to work right
23:29:39  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: you can either give me hints, try to fix the tests yourself, or we can ditch the tests altogether
23:29:54  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: afaict it's fixed, and at least no more broken than before
23:30:02  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: alright let me take a look
23:30:49  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: https://github.com/jesusabdullah/window-stream/blob/2026a56c2be9c240a2fcdf71b255e26d12a36ae6/test/moving-average-test.js#L36-L58 these were passing before I tried to "do it right" and move calculation out of the asserts
23:31:43  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: also I'm okay with writing the tests in a sane framework, or no framework at all, if you are
23:32:01  <patrickod>@julianduque how does forever list work? I have an upstart job for running an app with forever
23:32:18  <patrickod>which is running currently, but forever list doesn't show any current running processes
23:34:52  * patrickodreads the docs. ignore me
23:35:45  <julianduque>patrickod: it read the processes in sockPath (https://github.com/nodejitsu/forever/blob/master/lib/forever.js#L101-L143)
23:36:23  <patrickod>what's the best way to use with node cluster? At the moment I'm asking forever to run the master.js file
23:36:44  <patrickod>but I should be using forever.startServer to register it globally?
23:38:24  <julianduque>patrickod: it should work with master.js
23:40:02  <patrickod>julianduque think I may have mis-represented the issue :) forever is running perfectly under upstart
23:40:18  <patrickod>but it doesn't register the running process such that running forever list in a separate shell shows it
23:40:34  <patrickod>I'm guessing I have to make a forever.js which wraps master.js which wraps the workers?
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23:46:14  <ericrius>Hey everyone, I am trying to my appto nodejitsu- this was working fine, until I started using textures, and now I am getting the cross-origin issues- I am not getting this when I run on local host- any suggestions?
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23:47:34  <ericrius>nevermidn, seems to be working now!
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23:49:29  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: hmm im curious, how does this change fix issues you were having. This just changes the api to not have to pass in a window :p.
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23:54:31  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: having to pass in a window is stupid
23:54:52  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: really the issue I had was that it was undocumented and the code was a mess
23:55:23  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: if you're using godot reactors you shouldn't have to require any other libraries to use them
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23:55:40  <BBKKC>HI
23:56:14  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: it also makes it so you don't need/have a window for EWMAs
23:56:35  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: and the error messages are correct now
23:56:51  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: and it doesn't inherit from Window anymore, which it should have never done in the first place
23:57:11  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: haha fair enough.
23:57:23  <jcrugzz>i mean window is just a readable writable stream
23:57:30  <jcrugzz>but it does have all the extra properties
23:57:35  <BBKKC>what is this?
23:57:50  <jcrugzz>BBKKC: this is #nodejitsu :D
23:57:53  <julianduque>BBKKC: it's Nodejitsu IRC channel
23:57:54  <julianduque>:)
23:58:12  <BBKKC>jcrugzz: what is an irc channel?
23:58:29  <BBKKC>: - )
23:58:43  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: if you can get those tests to work that would be awesome, play around a bit more with them and submit the PR
23:58:47  <jesusabdullah>BBKKC: the old-school chat rooms your mother warned you about, except now they're kinda cool
23:58:56  <jcrugzz>ill get them to work if you cant
23:58:56  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: based on vows' docs those tests should run fine
23:58:58  <BBKKC>: )
23:59:12  <jcrugzz>jesusabdullah: you test on node 0.10 or 0.8?
23:59:16  <jesusabdullah>jcrugzz: 0.8
23:59:18  <jcrugzz>vows is finicky in 0.10
23:59:20  <jcrugzz>ok
23:59:30  <jcrugzz>BBKKC: :p