Jitsu snapshots activate #426

Swaagie opened this Issue Mar 27, 2013 · 2 comments


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Swaagie commented Mar 27, 2013

Running snapshots active against the current directory for which I was not authorized, will not show a 401. It will prompt for the snapshot name without displaying a list. Actually entering a snapshot name will cause jitsu to crash because snapshots = undefined

info:    Welcome to Nodejitsu swaagie
info:    jitsu v0.12.8, node v0.8.22
info:    It worked if it ends with Nodejitsu ok
info:    Executing command snapshots activate
info:    Attempting to load snapshots for 
info:    Listing snapshots for handbook
prompt: Snapshot Name:  4.3.5

      var snapshot = snapshots.filter(function (snap) {
TypeError: Object true has no method 'filter'
    at snapshots.activate (/var/www/nodejitsu/jitsu/lib/jitsu/commands/snapshots.js:217:32)
    at prompt.get (/var/www/nodejitsu/jitsu/node_modules/flatiron/node_modules/prompt/lib/prompt.js:317:32)
    at async.forEachSeries.iterate (/var/www/nodejitsu/jitsu/node_modules/flatiron/node_modules/prompt/node_modules/utile/node_modules/async/lib/async.js:116:25)
    at assembler (/var/www/nodejitsu/jitsu/node_modules/flatiron/node_modules/prompt/lib/prompt.js:314:9)
    at prompt.get (/var/www/nodejitsu/jitsu/node_modules/flatiron/node_modules/prompt/lib/prompt.js:323:32)
    at prompt.getInput (/var/www/nodejitsu/jitsu/node_modules/flatiron/node_modules/prompt/lib/prompt.js:598:5)
    at Interface.onLine (/var/www/nodejitsu/jitsu/node_modules/flatiron/node_modules/prompt/node_modules/read/lib/read.js:110:5)
    at Interface.EventEmitter.emit (events.js:96:17)
    at Interface._onLine (readline.js:200:10)
    at Interface._line (readline.js:518:8)

blakmatrix commented Mar 27, 2013

When I attempted to reproduce this on Mac OSX I got:

$ jitsu snapshots activate                                                               [12:40:52]

    var cwd = process.cwd();
Error: EACCES, permission denied
    at Function.startup.resolveArgv0 (node.js:537:23)
    at startup (node.js:55:13)
    at node.js:628:3

I arrived at this by making a directory set its permissions to 600 and then changed the owner to root.
@Swaagie How do you reproduce your example?


Swaagie commented Mar 27, 2013

@blakmatrix I (accidently) ran the command while my pwd was handbook, e.g. I was trying to list the snapshots of a nodejitsu app without being actually authenticated to do so. I'm normally logged under my own account and use -j to switch to nodejitsus'

Normal users with multiple accounts might think something is wrong with jitsu while in reality they are just not authenticated for their current app.

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