this meant (for me) allegiant air, not algiers air 😉
Looks like it’s similar to a chrome extension “background page”
so type in chrome://extensions.
It’ll show inspect views for your app.
On this page:
it says at the bottom “The error is not due to multiple indexes, but the lack of a partition key definition in the query.” which is not right, even if you add a partition key to the query, you can’t use two secondary indexes at the same time. Or you can use a secondary index “by itself” (with no primary key specified) but it will hit “all nodes” to search their various indicies, which isn’t as efficient.
Basically, you almost never want to “allow filtering” so…you’re going to want to move those to a clustering column or to their own table. Maybe there are other options…
hsqldb “type not found or user lacks privilege serial”
meant I was loading a postgres DDL file that creates some tables postgres, trying to run that in my unit tests with an hsqldb.
Which uses different syntax for creating tables.
run this first:
statement.execute("SET DATABASE SQL SYNTAX PGS TRUE"); // allow postgres style table creation
ispp access violation at address 04D33190 in module ‘ISPP.dll’. Read of address 00000004
meant “you are doing a readFile on a file that doesn’t exist in the file system”
clean-editing-movie-player.gemspec is valid.
unknown file type: pkg/clean-editing-movie-player-0.42.1/clean-editing-movie-player/template_bats/mac
c:/dev/sensible-cinema/Rakefile:136:in `block in <top (required)>’
meant “you are doing a FileUtils.cp_r(here, to_this_Dest) where “here” doesn’t exist…
(windows, ruby 2.2 FWIW)
detected amd driver version 15.301 the recommended driver version is 16.30 or later. Please update your drivers at http://support.amd.com/ before playing the game
this with a radeon hd 5450
which apparently only has drivers up to 15.7 *available* for it.
Fix/work around: tweak registry
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I attempted to do a bash regex with an inline string, like
if [[ $var =~ "...abc..." ]] but the dot operator doesn’t seem to work? It does work as expected if I assign it as a variable first, here’s an example:
regex="...abc..." var="123abc123" if [[ "$var" =~ $regex ]] then echo "matches when used as var" # it gets here else echo "doesn't match!" fi if [[ "$var" =~ "$regex" ]] then echo "matches" else echo "doesn't match when used as string?" # it gets here fi
Same result if I use
It appears to only match the “period character” not the regex style match any char style…