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[08:39:55] <alext_> exit

[09:28:31] <qsys> hey… I can't get vertx jwt auth running: I followed , generated a key, but I get a bunch of '…' not available

[09:29:05] <qsys> and one WARNING: HS384 not supported - java.lang.RuntimeException: Given final block not properly padded

[09:38:43] <qsys> did anyone get jwt-auth running?

[09:48:24] <pmlopes> @qsys which jvm are you using?

[09:48:38] <pmlopes> for stronger algorithms you must use oracle jdk

[09:49:37] <qsys> jdk8

[09:50:39] <qsys> I'm on windows

[09:52:03] <qsys> .\bin\java.exe -version → java version “1.8.0_31” Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_31-b13)

[09:52:18] <qsys> Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.31-b07, mixed mode)

[09:53:13] <qsys> not using anything special: I generate the key with the first example in 'Generate a new Keystore file' (

[09:53:56] <qsys> this is the config: '{“keyStore”:{“type”:“jceks”,“path”:“keystore.jceks”,“password”:“secret”}'

[10:01:53] <pmlopes> can you share your code?

[10:24:35] <qsys> I'll see for it… have to remove some stuff first…

[10:36:07] <anders__> Hi, is it possible to register Message Codecs for vertx-service-proxy similar to how it's done with the eventbus?

[17:40:44] <dns_> hi there!

[17:41:10] <dns_> what is minimum of RAM is sifficient for run vertx app?

[17:42:16] <dns_> I checked on a signle verticle without any code inside.. and linux says that this app used 45mb of ram

[17:42:25] <dns_> top command said

[20:08:54] <temporalfox> dns_ 45mn I think is what the VM allocates out of the box when you run it, it can run with less RAM