When pgbench results are provided they are shown as TPS or transactions per second. Below is an example of pgbench being used. bash bash-3.1$ pgbench -Upostgres -s 10 -c 10 -t 3000 pgbench starting vacuum…end. transaction type: TPC-B (sort of) scaling factor: 1 number of clients: 10 number of transactions per client: 3000 number of…
If you get this error:
- rake db:migrate RAILS_ENV="staging"
- getaddrinfo: Name or service not known
Add host: 127.0.0.1 in your database.yml as shown below:
- adapter: mysql
- encoding: utf8
- database: staging
- username: root
- pool: 5
- socket: '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock'
- host: 127.0.0.1
These commands will directly draw the following to a .png file 1. Database Models 2. Mailer models 3. Observer models 4. Associations (with lines and arrows) 5. Inheritance among classes (for regular models, mailers, and observers) As root user: bash gem install railroad yum install graphviz cd rails_app_root railroad -a -i -M |…
You can disable Windows XP Operating System and application errors from being sent to Microsoft. Even though these errors are confidential and will not have your personal information attached to them disabling the errors will stop you from being prompted to send the errors to Microsoft every time something crashes or you kill a process. Also whenever these errors are disabled from being sent to Microsoft you have the option to either still notify you or to not do so. My recommendation would be that even though you disable the errors from being sent to Microsoft annonymously that you should definitely still be notified of these critical errors.
Follow the below steps which detail how to not send the errors to Microsoft but to still watn you of such errors.
Converting iTunes files or MPEG4 files to MP3 format is easy using the iTunes client. We will want to change the Import Settings which will then allow converting files into the same setting as the Import Settings. Follow the simple steps below and you will be converting your iTunes files to MP3 in no time.
iTunes 8.x or Higher:
- Open iTunes:Double click on iTunes to open the application.
- Open Preferences: Click “Edit” in the top navigation and choose “Preferences” from the drop down.