@Jenkler said in Windows Server 2012 Problem (AGAIN):
@JasperNL Docker in CoreOS works extremely well. I guess you lose som performance but the upside of Docker is worth it
Oh, I did not get that you were proposing a move to CoreOS as a whole! I thought you proposed using Docker on a Windows host. The latter is certainly a no-go, because that requires virtualbox, which is killing for the applications efficiency.
I don't know if moving to CoreOS (or a standard setup with any other linux distro) is an option that OP considers, because there may be tonnes of reasons to stay with windows. Think about IIS or Active Directory-related services, or any other thing that are itchy combined with Linux.
That's why I think providing windows-centered recommendations may be better suitable for him. I'm sure there must be a such a solution to his problem, because NodeBB could run perfectly on Windows.
@Scuzz said in Windows Server 2012 Problem (AGAIN):
npm ERR! argv "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\nodejs\\\\node.exe" "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\nodejs\\node_modules\\npm\\bin\\np
is your issue. I had the same thing a while ago when installing NodeBB on Windows. Too many backslashes for the directories.
Besides that, the error that comes up is an error from npm, which shows that npm can be executed.
The problem is described here:
npm ERR! code ECONNRESET
npm ERR! errno ECONNRESET
npm ERR! syscall read
ECONNRESET means that the connection to the packages is reset . This is most likely due to a firewall issue. Possible resolutions to that problem are turning off the firewall, or run the command prompt (or do you use powershell?) as administrator.