N|Solid Troubleshooting
Common problems with N|Solid 3.x Console is not using my license Starting an instance of N|Solid Console, by default you would use the License Key provi...
Install N|Solid Console as service using Upstart
Installing N|Solid 1.x Console as service means each time your machine boots, you can start your application and services to collect large amounts of useful...
Using N|Solid in AWS Elastic Beanstalk
Deprecation Notice: If you are upgrading from N|Solid 2.x, here are the need-to-know steps for migrating to N|Solid 3.x. * N|Solid Storage has been elimina...
Using the N|Solid Console with Express, Socket.io and the cluster module
This guide explains how to use the N|Solid Console with applications made with express, socket.io and the cluster modules. Installation Please refer to ...
Using N|Solid with PM2
The pm2 npm package is a nice tool to launch and manage multiple apps, including "clustered" versions of apps. "Clustered" versions of a...
Using N|Solid runtime and console inside Docker Containers
This article has been deprecated, please refer to the Using N|Solid with Docker section in our documentation site.
Running N|Solid along different versions of Node.js
When developing Node.js applications you might face situations where you need to use multiple versions of Node but you also would like to use N|Solid. Witho...
Using N|Solid with Babel
N|Solid is a drop-in replacement for Node.js and it's fully compatible with the Babel ecosystem, in this article we are going to create a simple ES2015...
How to add authentication to N|Solid Console
Create Basic Auth file Create a htpasswd file under your N|Solid directory being served by nginx. The following command will create the file and also add ...
How to clean up resources (Snapshots, Profiles) for N|Solid 2.0
Deprecation Notice: If you are upgrading from N|Solid 2.x, here are the need-to-know steps for migrating to N|Solid 3.x. * N|Solid Storage has been elimina...
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