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Looks like you use “two single quotes in a row” to mean an escaped single quote. go figure.
sql = sql || ‘(‘|| count ||’, ‘ || random()*1024 || ‘, 1, 1, ”12341234”)’;
I think this meant “it has to have the name Dashboard in its title” or something bizaare like that…
GOOGLE * CC@GOOGL
meant ‘google adwords payment came out” that I had forgotten about LOL.
for me this meant “your dishwasher is actually attached to a switch, above it, so turn that switch on first!” (double check–do you know what *all* the switches near your sink do? all of htem?)
For me this meant “you are swapping out to RAM too much” (apparently–2GB is not enough? whoa?) you can tell thsi by installing menumeters then adding “mememory” with page fault indicator to your system bar.
Fix: replace HDD with an SDD. Now runs speedy fast, no more beach balls.
OS 10.6.8, old school macbook
problem with splunk:
create an alert, how do you edit it? you can’t set the threshold for the alert anymore!
go to “Settings [menu] -> searches and reports” and that also includes alerts, but you can edit things on it. yikes, splunk!
sudo /usr/local/bin/ltfs /mnt/ltfs_mounted_tape -o devname=/dev/st9
/usr/local/bin/ltfs: /lib64/libuuid.so.1: no version information available (required by /usr/local/lib/libltfs.so.0)
LTFS14000I LTFS starting, LTFS version 1.2.6 (20130711_orcl), log level 2
LTFS14058I LTFS Format Specification version 2.0.0
LTFS14063I Sync type is “time”, Sync time is 300 sec
LTFS20013I Drive type is STK T10000C, serial number is 576001000532
LTFS17160I Maximum device block size is 524288
LTFS11005I Mounting the volume
LTFS12015I Attempting to load the medium
LTFS11031I Volume mounted successfully
fuse: device not found, try ‘modprobe fuse’ first
LTFS20076I Triggering drive diagnostic dump
LTFS20077W Unable to generate drive dump
LTFS20096I Diagnostic dump complete
meant “run modprobe fuse first” [huh wuh?]
meant i had paid for some adwords LOL.
we publish anything lds related themed sheet music