@reconbot I’m worried that the PR over in libuv is indeed stalled. The author is in China so we should give him time to respond on this morning's comments (and later an explicit ping), but it may very well be that it is no longer a need for him so his motivation will be gone. If that’s the case we need an author who can implement @saghul’s proposal but I think that’s a pretty special person given the low level and cross-platform knowledge required. Any thoughts on overcoming this (assuming the author has moved on)? CC’ing @nebrius
I am trying to implement a nodejs server that receives syslog messages from a given local host and store it in Nedb
How do I know the IP and port my syslog generator on my machine, cloud9,(another nodejs app) is running on. I can see it generate logs in console?
How do i know where the IP and Port my server is running on or port it should be listening to?
How do I setup the nodejs server to listen to this port and store the logs in Nedb internal database?
I have tried to use winston, but I cant seem to be able to implement its http transport. https://github.com/winstonjs/winston/blob/master/docs/transports.md
Please help, am about to run mad trying to resolve this. thanks
osmodule to get the IP address from code: https://nodejs.org/api/os.html#os_os_networkinterfaces
but I head that we could burn the firmware to run node.js
I'm not aware of this being possible.
and a friend of mine burned the firware for micropython and used micropython
Yes, this is possible.
Perhaps you mean one of the following but they are not the same thing as Node.js.
Or perhaps https://github.com/rwaldron/johnny-five