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sbgdkjiqtizdcpik3d
All the collaborators burned out from an overwhelming amount of issues, bogus PRs, etc. Now there's not really anyone significantly maintaining express.
kocdedcafxmhptyg3d
Yep, Deno is very much Go-inspired in that regard. They want as much of what is in the web platform to be identical in Deno, and anything _not_ web platform to exist in a very full-featured standard library.
heemggfv3d
Happy to hear it. Gonna experiment with Deno soon
ntportklatrbqrgt3d
Node.js was originally created to solve what was called the C10K problem. Basically, at the time, it was _really_ difficult for _any_ server to handle more than 10k concurrent requests. Erlang managed to reached it first, just a few months before Node.js. Then Golang did it about a year later.
oldcwmqsqcyjcowd3d
Now 10k is _nothing_. Rust hit 2m concurrents, with a tokio-based server.
vrxydosyzuh3d
Haha, holy shit! I wonder what the next threshold will be
qijtzbjxdknuldvd3d
zgnukkiec generally you don't want to use try/catch, for http handlers you want to use the catching of the handler. I am generally against using try/catch as I have seen developers use it as a crutch. There are situations where it can't be avoided like user input evaluation.
gvigtvpb3d
I don't over use it. I usually have a centralized location to catch and handle errors gracefully, and allow errors to traverse the stack
ztqwllpfcfibpczl3d
Ok you just said "try catch everywhere" and I got PTSD.
smxtffxpkrpmkmve3d
The longest bugs I have ever resolved were around someone using Try/Catch when they shouldn't of.
uugxfeoa3d
I had a developer write this one, I shit you not
guykuuxd3d
```try {
const something = doAsyncThing()
.then(() => {})
.catch(handleError);
} catch (err) {
// ...
}```
suqeiygc3d
when I advised him to use try/catch. I think many devs get a bit confused by them
pfsqifecvpz3d
uhhh
qradkrfhwbw3d
wow
lgzvlmayfnbmyrtb3d
```if(true) {
//do thing
} else {
// do other thing never
}```
bdhewzvwwxk3d
I mean, I whouldnโ€™t be supprised. A project I joined recently is filled with
```function AMethod(var a) {
if(a < someValue) {
// Several hundredlines
}
}```
awearj3d
welcome to my new js podcast, catch `this` if you can
dhgiile3d
Interesting! Thank you
gocctrzq3d
imbeciles how could they do such a thing, pathetic
jncgctsmapkbztjz3d
Incompetence? ๐Ÿคท
rsblkgei3d
yeah should be fired tbh poor effort
vxmyv3d
don't forget though, everyone starts somewhere!
mrbnaadg3d
nah even if they are junior fire them, and fire the hiring manager as well
gunfnvptqebjqjkk3d
Manager This is broken, fix it.
Developer Well if I try catch the line giving me the problem, this function works.
Developer It is fixed!
Manager Excellent.
Next day
Manager Everything else is broken
Developer This going to take a lot of try/catch.
vrbxbx3d
when the only tool you have is try/catch, everything looks like covid19

i will see myself out
zzmadpofgmbcgzwj3d
Now _thatโ€™s_ something I _donโ€™t_ want to catch! ๐Ÿ˜›
zgzbgmakqkirvto3d
oyfve I think ssdnodes is throttling the CPU on our VPS
bugdoryoiwagihu3d
sha256 hashing 500MB takes 140 seconds, worse than a 3 dollar/mo VPS from Hetzner
wbnqxkhxezjnhte3d
anyone ever had something like this?
onrazyxpyozsdkkw3d
wow
xcskeklczwnsnki3d
trying to run the nench.sh benchmark but it takes forever to run
oxghpjmrlkjofwa3d
```
Processor Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 v4 oh 2.20GHz
CPU cores 8
Frequency 2199.996 MHz
RAM 31G
Swap -
Kernel Linux 4.15.0-72-generic x86_64

CPU SHA256-hashing 500 MB
141.801 seconds
CPU bzip2-compressing 500 MB
320.496 seconds```
hhobesijgvwgqbvg3d
fuuuuck, 10Gb/10Gb for ยฅ3980 a month
eknrjvlfwhgiemg3d
we paid for 3 years upfront..
ogembkliwolajxey3d
ยฅ700 more than my current plan for 10x throughput...
umqvfkzuxveyuyzz3d
god damn that is slow
dkfhszhsxwisdcpo3d
maybe raise a ticket with support?
pktcwtigykkehpe3d
yeah contacting them
ozhgqptguaicrku3d
```-------------------------------------------------
nench.sh v2019.07.20 -- git.io/nench.shbr /> benchmark timestamp 2020-02-26 11:56:52 UTC
-------------------------------------------------

Processor Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 v4 ok 2.20GHz
CPU cores 8
Frequency 2199.996 MHz
RAM 31G
Swap -
Kernel Linux 4.15.0-72-generic x86_64

Disks:
sda 320G HDD

CPU SHA256-hashing 500 MB
141.801 seconds
CPU bzip2-compressing 500 MB
320.496 seconds
CPU AES-encrypting 500 MB
89.402 seconds

ioping seek rate
min/avg/max/mdev = 139.8 us / 20.7 ms / 592.5 ms / 69.7 ms
ioping sequential read speed
generated 46 requests in 6.60 s, 11.5 MiB, 6 iops, 1.74 MiB/s

dd sequential write speed
1st run 11.54 MiB/s
2nd run 20.12 MiB/s
3rd run 21.65 MiB/s
average 17.77 MiB/s

IPv4 speedtests
your IPv4 209.182.238.xxxx

Cachefly CDN 4.45 MiB/s
Leaseweb (NL) 10.95 MiB/s
Softlayer DAL (US) 0.10 MiB/s
Online.net|Online.net (FR) 0.78 MiB/s
OVH BHS (CA) 0.46 MiB/s

No IPv6 connectivity detected
-------------------------------------------------```
ddofornkbcvigegb3d
I have started doing .net core stuff, and there is somethings I am coming across that are so convenient to the way I have been doing them that it makes me angry.
mjmd3d
zxbqgjldwrikrbai yes, thatโ€™s odd- I wasnโ€™t hitting those limits before
scnk3d
Keep me updated
qlrmogczlskwyhk3d
Support confirmed the throttling and โ€œdisabledโ€ it
gixcmwqsmireilk3d
benchmarks now better but still not as good as a 5USD/mo vultr box
meobbxqfgcfqpas3d
This server is 8 cores, 32 GB RAM I believe
zktf3d
Is the throttling something new?
tqzz3d
I wonder if itโ€™s because of the load you were generating oeqpmmqrelxatycv
fifw3d
Iโ€™ll run the bench when I get back
jfcbhthmxoilscy3d
no big load on that server, unclear what happened
xpstbxuyyayahzt3d
Even so if they throttle you they're probably overselling, otherwise why care
zmseognbqgqa3d
cfpsaiztrmbskenl how are the load average numbers looking? disk IO? network IO?
hdvncbzqimsbsjh3d
both low. We were only using CPU
wcverznhpixh3d
Is this a VM or BM?
hwsugxkzjyjjtpe3d
Support just randomly rebooted the server without checking with us first
slddjafhgukhocq3d
VM
pbgiafdbhxds3d
So check for load average, what if it's overcommited on the BM level..
daqyzkuidpae3d
just curious what's the `uptime` output is?
klmmjrjkopbcmvr3d
`16:32:41 up 10 min, 40 users, load average 1.76, 1.55, 0.82`
xijqyphszutdtlm3d
seems fine now, support unthrottled
zuppafslpaob3d
What I've learned, there is no free lunch on the compute. Unless you know how to get it at a new restaurant every time
uedjov3d
there are totally free lunches on computers
snna2d
```-------------------------------------------------
nench.sh v2019.07.20 -- git.io/nench.shbr /> benchmark timestamp 2020-02-26 21:29:14 UTC
-------------------------------------------------

Processor Intel(R) Xeon(R) Gold 6140 CPU af 2.30GHz
CPU cores 8
Frequency 2294.602 MHz
RAM 31G
Swap -
Kernel Linux 4.15.0-50-generic x86_64

Disks:
sda 320G HDD

CPU SHA256-hashing 500 MB
9.504 seconds
CPU bzip2-compressing 500 MB
13.005 seconds
CPU AES-encrypting 500 MB
3.542 seconds

ioping seek rate
min/avg/max/mdev = 87.0 us / 1.20 ms / 76.8 ms / 3.14 ms
ioping sequential read speed
generated 2.74 k requests in 5.00 s, 685.8 MiB, 548 iops, 137.1 MiB/s

dd sequential write speed
1st run 117.30 MiB/s
2nd run 222.21 MiB/s
3rd run 224.11 MiB/s
average 187.87 MiB/s

IPv4 speedtests
your IPv4 209.182.234.xxxx

Cachefly CDN 66.05 MiB/s
Leaseweb (NL) 16.39 MiB/s
Softlayer DAL (US) 48.32 MiB/s
Online.net|Online.net (FR) 16.95 MiB/s
OVH BHS (CA) 2.73 MiB/s```
<@U044300AU>
njrp2d
that's 1 of 5 we have
mzfk2d
I'll run it on the others as well
uoaa2d
```Processor Intel(R) Xeon(R) Gold 6140 CPU hz 2.30GHz
CPU cores 8
Frequency 2294.602 MHz
RAM 31G
Swap -
Kernel Linux 4.15.0-50-generic x86_64

Disks:
sda 320G HDD

CPU SHA256-hashing 500 MB
11.380 seconds
CPU bzip2-compressing 500 MB
14.817 seconds
CPU AES-encrypting 500 MB
3.605 seconds```
ejly2d
```CPU SHA256-hashing 500 MB
12.240 seconds
CPU bzip2-compressing 500 MB
15.556 seconds
CPU AES-encrypting 500 MB
3.861 seconds```
I won't keep posting, but all in that area
eebqztgmnklhlaos2d
mine are all also in that range
nimfpfh2d
Hey folks, does anyone have a suggestion to name an issue with software that is reported by the user/client/customer when the software doesnโ€™t work as expected? I know that an obvious one is โ€œBugโ€ but it feels like it is focused on code itself ( e.g. we talk about โ€œbuggy softwareโ€ ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) usually and Iโ€™m looking for a term that shifts the weight towards the centre. I was thinking โ€œProblemโ€ but that feels like something deeper with common โ€œBugโ€ being a symptom of a problem. Curious to hear Your ideas ๐Ÿ™‚
dfhvwnbxwmt2d
โ€˜Issueโ€™
nlxbbkwvjvn2d
โ€˜Change requestโ€™
vclhfxf2d
How about โ€œDefectโ€?
qqvbkrlgrwi2d
Feature? ๐Ÿ˜‚
lwwxbwyxm2d
Feedback? Issue?
wxihgnjhdwhnh2d
"Issue" gets my vote
wniuhdgtgeszb2d
You're not sure what it is yet, but it's an...
otefmedvztob2d
Anomaly
azkscytsvjku2d
User had an anomaly in the onboarding process
awottpkruxaf2d
but Issue is a very common sense IMO
gtrznxcovguv2d
zbbeeuym can you tell more about the scenario where it's not code related?
ziqtpcuebli2d
Incident would work also.
tsqpqkbqdnchw2d
I've used incident to describe a one time event, not something that would be reproduced by a system
kmikggx2d
Letโ€™s say a situation when system doesnโ€™t work as expected and itโ€™s impossible to determine up front if itโ€™s a code issue or just e.g. gap / inconsistency in requirements
ujpeuco2d
So instead of saying โ€œHey, weโ€™ve found a bug in your code, go fix itโ€ customer will say โ€œHey thereโ€™s an _term xyz._ Can you investigate it, please?โ€ ๐Ÿ™‚
nofhfvcunnde2d
could be also Deviation
lkddrjderwia2d
Deviation from expected behaviour
lpxesqimxefo2d
Still, `Issue` would probably a typical way to descrive it
ptbmuiyihyg1d
Or just a โ€˜Ticketโ€™
wtxepqacrze1d
You open a โ€˜Ticketโ€™ and give them a number
hqdjousnxmf1d
Or a โ€˜taskโ€™..
wumhcvicujz1d
Or what about a novel name.. like.. Gimble.. a Zoop
xqeggegwzyz1d
๐Ÿ˜ฌ
qnvqiwc1d
I think the term is โ€œdefectโ€ (a shortcoming, imperfection, or lack.)
diijkqmcgxssp1d
Defect is something physical, imho. A chair that ships with a dent or scratch has a defect. Chairs that ship to the wrong address because the bulk label print code sorted incorrectly is a bug. That the customer is the first person that noticed both (first) is an issue
ldvfhcpvavzjr1d
Issue Something that effects the customer, often raised by the customer

Defect Context to physical items, or design.

Incident A one time event, often costly, that a system needs to designed around eliminating/mitigating in the future

Bug An identified Issue in the code, which can be addressed via software

Fault A process interruption in the business system, usually tied to physical equipment or a process

Enhancement A request for a new feature, for any reason other than a known bug

Ticket/Case When customer contact is required, the reference for all communication to the customer so resolutions can quickly flow outward to them and tracked for future use

Change Request A client version of a ticket/case, but usually tied back to something contractually obligated or a future invoice
zuqrqjrshuzd1d
neat lexicon
sbujiazvccqeshbe1h
A file hosted on the jsdelivr.com/|jsdelivr.com CDN was taking like 15 seconds to download for an 80kb file. They must do some crazy throttling on low used files.
cutnwiyd46min
Hey guys, I'm curious that do some tech companies use endpoints that are completely different in terms of IP locations etc?

I'm in China and Dropbox paper works fine on laptop but doesn't connect at all on my phone, I've tried all the VPNs.
tattlkytipasdsjt9min
znfazcjjv It should be possible to use your laptop as a hot spot, try routing your phone through your laptop and see if that works. It might have nothing to do with the VPN, it might be on the phone. Like some apps are restricted to countries etc..
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