Try running npm rebuild
Alright, image upload works now! I'll keep an eye for the other crashes and let you know in case!
I believe that the VPS restarted and since, NodeBB can't find redis. I tried doing npm install redis and npm install connect_redis as I usually would, but afterwards, I get this come up.
Is Redis server itself (as a service) running?
Check what Redis' status reports...
$ sudo service redis-server status
The service wasn't recognized. I did apt-update redis-server and it update and now it is a service again. But it keeps closing it self and then says this when I do log,
Okay, just tried with Redis_6379 as I used to an it is running fine. But when I go into status it has (5480) on the end which I'm guessing is the port? If so it is running on the wrong port? Am I wrong?
I uninstalled all npms and reinstalled them, now Redis can't be found by either NodeBB or NodeJS. I have tried reinstalling NodeBB, NodeJs, upgrading Nodebb and none worked. I might just move the database to Mongo. What is the process of this... how do I configure Mongo and NodeBB to mongo and how to move over the database from Redis to mongo (I have the database saved to my local machine so I know where it is)
If thats too hard, how can I connect NodeBB to a remote Redis without it needing to be found on the local machine and how to put the database onto a windows Redis server.
I got redis to be detected but now it is going back to the generic error. Now it keeps uninstalling node and stuff. I'm so sick of it. Can someone please help?
@satoshiaaron can you connect to redis with
It will show you the ip and port it is bound too.
Yea. I can't be bothered with this shit, I'm just gonna reinstall Ubuntu
I suppose fresh Ubuntu 14.10 install will do the trick, if you don't mind losing data...