I upgraded to 0.3.1, and i have these errors :
How can i fix that ?
Edt : It works when i start nodebb in dev mode...
Will be using this instead of forever. Suggestions?
NodeBB has been shown to work fine with pm2. However, I do not use it for the following reasons:
stopAll, congratulations, your previous NodeBB ports are now blocked forever.
pm2 restartacted more like a soft restart. All modules were still loaded, meaning in development, old data was still being served.
In short, I have to jump through hoops to
kill -9 the satan instance in order to free a port. That's enough of a turn-off for me, but lots of people like it.
Edit: Can you tell I don't like pm2?
Edit 2: It is worth mentioning that I haven't tried pm2 in nearly a month. It may work better now.
I understand that it is difficult when the underlying software (Node.js) breaks a crucial part of your program, and there is no obvious solution, so it isn't really the fault of the developers. I just simply won't use pm2 until Node v0.11 hits the shelves.
I really tried to like pm2...!
pm2 readme contains this snippet, which is a purported "workaround" to the ports issue on
$ pm2 start index.js -x # start my app in fork mode
I can say that when I used it about 2 months ago I know what you're talking about when you have to jump through a bunch of b.s. to kill a process that won't die.
I believe pm2 has gotten a bit better as I've been watching their progress closely which is why I've been hesitant on using it.
@julian thanks for the information! Now you're making me not want to use it until node 0.11
currently using pm2 (8 processes on an 8 core server) works but only for non socket calls. Chat messages don't appear and the connection shows to constantly be lost and re established (from the browser) very rapidly.
Any help on this?
@Joseph-Mordica What features of pm2 do you use? If it's just to allow for horizontal scaling by having NodeBB instances use up all cores, then it's possible that we will bake that into our loader executable in future releases of NodeBB...