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  • #959

    Truls
    Participant

    I tried installing the FriendChat module and it filled my 20gb vps to the brim.
    Could this be misconfiguration on my end? I deployed this server today for the sole purpose of testing out FriendUP so it was empty, and there’s nothing else running on it.

    Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
    /dev/root 20391396 20375012 0 100% /

    #962

    Truls
    Participant

    It seems the install script had somehow gone into a loop creating redundant folders with all the same files, here’s an example of this crazy folder structure:

    /home/friendup/friendup/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/services/Presence/build/resources/webclient/js/utils

    I believe this happened when I ran the InstallFriendChat.sh script. I’m running Debian 9 on a Linode vps, I’m going to roll back and try a clean install.

    #963

    thomas
    Keymaster

    Hi Truls, sorry about that. It seems that the install script can go into an endless loop and fill up the harddisk. We are looking into the issue.

    #964

    sokken
    Participant

    Hi,

    This seems to be the script in the friendUP folder? ( as opposed to the script in the FriendChat git repo ). Was it run manually by you, or as part of the friendUP/install.sh script?

    #965

    Truls
    Participant

    I did ‘git clone https://github.com/FriendSoftwareLabs/friendup‘ 04/02. I first installed the Core and played with that a bit. I then shut down the service with the killfriend.sh and installed both the Chat and the Network modules with the scripts found in the friendup folder I cloned from GitHub.

    I did choose to ignore a warning about my version of node being out of date.
    The package I had installed from earlier was ‘nodejs’ as opposed to just node (‘node -v’ resulted in command not found as opposed ‘nodejs -v’ which did give me a version number). The script couldn’t detect my node install with the nodejs package, if I let the script install node for me it wouldn’t detect it either.

    I eventually went on to install the ‘node’ package, which allowed me run ‘node -v’ and the script ran fine, albeit with the outdated node version warning.

    I am only a student and my experience with linux is limited but maybe there’s something strange here.

    #966

    sokken
    Participant

    I havent looked at the scripts yet, but the main install.sh might be setting some environment variables for the chat install script. Thanks for the step-by-step. Doing the friendUP and chat install together should work better.

    Node is a separate issue here; it can be a bit of a kludge. nodejs is a no-go. Ive found this – ‘n’ – to be a good way of managing node: https://github.com/tj/n It handles installing and switching versions for you. Make sure to purge _all_ nodejs, node and npm things from your system first.

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