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        [dokku] josegonzalez pushed 6 commits to master [+0/-0/±14] https://github.com/dokku/dokku/compare/28281ae4...
      • [dokku] josegonzalez 3a5d071 - Merge pull request #2691 from dokku/packaging Fix package building when golang binaries are available
      • [dokku] josegonzalez pushed 1 commit to master [+0/-0/±37] https://github.com/dokku/dokku/compare/3a5d0716...
      • [dokku] josegonzalez a4b8e59 - Release 0.9.0 # History ## 0.9.0 ### Bug Fixes - #2691: @josegonzalez Fix package building when golang binaries are available - #2671: @znz Fix variable name - #2672: @callahad Fix logrotate on Debian - #2666: @josegonzalez Use correct flag for build arguments when installing herokuish - #2664: @pvalentim Fix remote name when using --remote option with apps:create ### New
      • Features - #2689: @mbreit Add dokku-monit to community plugin list - #2683: @josegonzalez Ensure we have an example for adding keys as another user - #2682: @josegonzalez Clarify supported stanzas in app.json - #2679: @callahad Remove unnecessary Linode-specific instructions - #2670: @znz Remove duplicated `(i.e. ` ### Documentation - #2685: @josegonzalez Pass shellcheck on os x - #2677: @callahad Prefer HTTP2 to
      • SPDY in nginx-vhosts - #2673: @michaelshobbs Update to herokuish 0.3.27 - #2674: @michaelshobbs Update sshcommand to 0.7.0 - #2654: @ebeigarts Enable nginx and docker on system startup when using bootstrap.sh on CentOS - #2546: @michaelshobbs Convert repo plugin to golang
      • [dokku] josegonzalez tagged a4b8e59 as v0.9.0 https://github.com/dokku/dokku/commit/a4b8e59c3...
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      • sopjr
        hi all, I'm running dokku 0.8.0 with docker 1.10.1, but am running into disk space issues (related to https://github.com/docker/docker/pull/26108 ) can I just `apt-get upgrade docker-engine` or will I unleash something terrible that way? On another server I'm also running dokku 0.8.0 but with docker 17.03.0-ce, but I'm not sure what to do with the 'old' versioned docker
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      • gliderbot1
        <nahtnam> So there are two env variables, `HOST` and `PORT` right?
      • <nahtnam> I would have to listen to those in my node app?
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      • <savant> @sopjr: that probably will work, but no idea
      • <savant> @nahtnam just have your app listen to the `0.0.0.0` interface
      • <savant> and the `$PORT` env var
      • <savant> thats it