I'm creating a an HTTPS server for the first time in Node, and the code (see below) works for a random port like 6643 but on port 443, it won't work. I get this error:  [Debug][Server]: Initialized... [Debug][Control Center]: Application init...
I have a node.js app that pings a url and then sends a message to Slack if it gets an error code. It works fine for two days but then it just stops working. I'm using Screen to keep it running but it still seems to stop. Any help would be greatly...
I have a Node.js app running on Ubuntu 14 on Amazon EC2.  I want to send an email in case that the memory usage reaches a specific size.  I know that PM2 exposes an API that allows, among other things, restarting the app whenever a certain amount of...
After having learnt node, javascript and all the rest the hard way, I am finally about to release my first web app. So I subscribed to Amazon Web Services and created a micro instance, planning on the first year free tier to allow me to make the app...
I am just tired of seeing my server goes down every time off and on.. Whenever I wake up it is down. Every time I have to go to SSH and then run   forever restartall    to restart my node app :(   I looked into the log file of forever and it says thi...
i just installed node.js on Amazon EC2, and everything was working fine, then i stopped the server, and tried to start it again, and now i am getting this error:  events.js:72         throw er; // Unhandled 'error' event               ^ Error...
When I use the command: npm install -g bower  I get this error:  npm ERR! tar.unpack untar error /home/ec2-user/.npm/bower/1.3.12/package.tgz npm ERR! Linux 3.14.20-20.44.amzn1.x86_64 npm ERR! argv "node" "/usr/local/bin/npm" "ins...
I am using html-pdf npm module to create a pdf file, everything is working fine in my local environment (mac, windows). But when we deployed the same code in our amazon ec2 server create() of html-pdf is not able to create file nor giving me any erro...
I have a nodejs app that uses express to listen on 3000 for requests like so:  var express = require('express'); var app = express(); app.listen(3000, function () {    console.log('Running on port 3000') });   This works for HTTPS req...
When my webworker executes importScripts, it throws a RangeError in chrome; however, this is only seen in production on an ec2 instance. When running the application locally or deploying it to Heroku, the webworker is able to call importScripts with...

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