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    Diogo Scudelletti
    @scudelletti
    o link eh da versao pra mac :)
    Anniel Menezes Cruz
    @annielmenezes
    Onde encontro a versão para Ubuntu 14.04?
    Diogo Scudelletti
    @scudelletti
    nao tenho ideia
    Anniel Menezes Cruz
    @annielmenezes
    Vou tentar com essa :+1:
    Diogo Scudelletti
    @scudelletti
    tenta executar sudo apt-get remove azk
    se der certo ai tu instala de novo
    Anniel Menezes Cruz
    @annielmenezes
    deu certo 0 sudo apt-get remove azk
    Diogo Scudelletti
    @scudelletti
    yeah! sudo apt-get install azk deve instalar de volta
    Anniel Menezes Cruz
    @annielmenezes
    feito, já está rodando novamente, valeu @scudelletti
    Diogo Scudelletti
    @scudelletti
    Uhuuu! o/
    Anniel Menezes Cruz
    @annielmenezes
    funcionando 100% agora o/
    Greg Pardo
    @gregpardo
    Trying to run azk on port 81 since I need nginx on port 80

    export AZK_BALANCER_PORT=81
    azk agent start

    produces

    azk: Run system balancer-redirect return: (0), for command: /bin/bash -c env; socat TCP4-LISTEN:$HTTP_PORT,fork TCP:$BALANCER_IP:$BALANCER_PORT:
    azk: [timeout] azk has timed out on balancer-redirect system.
    azk: [timeout] Failure to reach port 49157 from http://dev.azk.io:81 after 10 attempt[s] of 1000 milliseconds.
    azk: [timeout] Make sure the start command binds port to the 0.0.0.0 interface, not only to the localhost interface.
    azk: [timeout] You might want to edit your Azkfile.js in order to increase the maximum timeout.

    Greg Pardo
    @gregpardo
    Note that it works on port 80 the default if I stop nginx service
    Diogo Scudelletti
    @scudelletti
    @gregpardo try to use a port such as 8080
    export AZK_BALANCER_PORT=8080
    Greg Pardo
    @gregpardo
    I'm not sure why but that works! Thanks!
    Diogo Scudelletti
    @scudelletti
    :smile:
    @gregpardo I don't know either, you can create an issue for that
    Everton Ribeiro
    @nuxlli
    @scudelletti por hora essa é mesmo a forma de obter acesso ao shell de um container em execução, mas a idéia é depois permitir que um azk shellle de acesso a isso
    @scudelletti vou pedir que você abra uma issue, para que possamos controlar melhor isso, pode ser?
    @willian vou lhe responder no https://gitter.im/azukiapp/azk/pt
    Diogo Scudelletti
    @scudelletti
    @nuxlli issues created :)
    Everton Ribeiro
    @nuxlli
    @scudelletti thanks man
    Willian Fernandes
    @willian
    I only want to announce that I'm finally working in a project using azk 100% of the time \o/
    Everton Ribeiro
    @nuxlli
    @willian \o/
    Willian Fernandes
    @willian
    It's only Ruby. I can't figure how to get an Ember app using ember-cli and azk yet :/
    Everton Ribeiro
    @nuxlli
    :(
    @willian let's schedule a call or a visit to help you with that?
    Willian Fernandes
    @willian
    a call would be fine... ;)
    Everton Ribeiro
    @nuxlli
    I will arrange this for next week, what do you think?
    Willian Fernandes
    @willian
    great... thanks @nuxlli
    Heitor Tashiro Sergent
    @heitortsergent
    Heitor Tashiro Sergent
    @heitortsergent

    hey everyone! We're back with the v0.12.0 release! We have a blog post here:

    https://medium.com/azuki-news/azk-v0-12-0-is-in-the-house-ebea0341ee98

    And the changelog can be found here:

    https://github.com/azukiapp/azk/blob/stable/CHANGELOG.md#v0120---2015-16-04

    Gabriel Marquez
    @gblmarquez
    hi
    how I can install azk on elementary os?
    Heitor Tashiro Sergent
    @heitortsergent
    @gblmarquez I don't know much about Elementary OS, but did you try to follow our Ubuntu installation instructions? http://docs.azk.io/en/installation/linux.html#ubuntu-trusty-1404-lts-64-bit
    Everton Ribeiro
    @nuxlli
    @gblmarquez docker/docker#11857
    Slobodan Mišković
    @slobo
    What is the best way to extract ports/environment variables from a running azk containers onto the host machine?
    Ex, say we have a mysql container which exports some ports and envs. If I wanted to connect to it from the host machine, right now I look at azk status to see which port it is bound on and then I run mysql -h dev.azk.io --port=49xxx.
    But this is time consuming and not very scriptable. I suppose some awk/sed/... magic could be used to extract output of azk status, but that seem too brittle. Is there a way to get say a JSON, or even just key=value pairs that would be easy to use in other scripts? Ideally all env variables available to dependent systems would be easy to get to from the host machine.
    Heitor Tashiro Sergent
    @heitortsergent
    hey @slobo , we're looking into this. You could run azk shell -c "env" and that would return all environment variables inside the containers. But it wouldn't return the port information for example
    I'm trying to think if there's another way to do it, but we might have to open an issue to implement this
    Gullit Miranda
    @gullitmiranda

    I believe @fearenales can help you with this, since he did some things like preparing the build azk.

    We have discussed about adding a --json option for AZK stauts but this issue was not registered. He will be able registers it the he thinks it shouldnt be?

    Felipe Arenales Santos
    @fearenales
    @slobo please check if @heitortsergent 's solution works for you. In your case, I think it will.
    But you're right, I don't think we have a proper way to get env vars. Would you mind to open an issue at Github reporting this?
    Slobodan Mišković
    @slobo
    @heitortsergent ok, getting somewhere. looking at the output tho i see some but not all env variables that are available in containers.
    ex, i see stuff from mysql system, but not from say my postgres system.
    and actually port information is available in MYSQL_DATA_PORT so that's great
    ah, I see, it decided to run in the first system it found.
    So I would have to execute azk shell in whatever system would have the vars. I suppose that will solve my immediate issue.
    Slobodan Mišković
    @slobo
    posted #394
    Felipe Arenales Santos
    @fearenales
    great, @slobo ! Good to hear the solution worked for you and thank you very much for your support!
    Slobodan Mišković
    @slobo
    very excited about azk. My only complaint is that I didn't find out about it until after I spent a weekend trying to mess with a giant Dockerfile :)