Have iOS device store directory and access it from app [on hold]

I have a relatively large directory of files that an iOS app I am writing accesses for images and other things. The main issue I have is that when I go to rebuild the app (which happens frequently) it has to reload this large directory onto the device.

Is there a way to get around this? Could these options work:

  • just have Xcode not worry about re-building this one directory?
  • store the directory on the device (perhaps in Files app), and then have the app access the Files app?
  • Make a document based app that just stores the data files and then have my app access them (is that possible? group apps?)

Are any of these possible? Is there anything else that could work?

I am trying to get some opinions on whether or not this is possible, and which route that would entail.

Same file server root directory for multiple domains over different network interfaces for each domain

I currently host a 16TB CentOS ESXi Virtual Machine with 1 virtual interface with a public static IP behind a Nexus 3K switch in my datacenter serving a web archive over Nginx to the public. Everything works fine and I graph the VM’s only interface via SNMP and Cacti graph tool.

I want another domain name to point to the same server and the same archive which I believe can be configured via virtual hosts in Nginx.

The problem is I need to create graphs from the machine’s network interfaces via SNMP and log traffic information “per domain name” in Cacti which makes things a little tricky so I believe the only way to graph different domains is to somehow use different IP addresses on different interfaces for each domain. Wouldn’t that create a default gateway problem? The public IP addresses can be from the same network.

I don’t necessarily need to have separate IPs since I just want graphs to be made, also sadly you can’t generate graphs for alias interfaces.

Just putting it out there can things like Docker, VRF or even NAT on the Nexus switch help me achieve this?

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Retrieve latest files from a directory using UUID or incrementing integer approach

I have a download button in the UI, user clicks on it and download 3 files in a zip format.

It’s not necessary that the files are already there(on the server) when download button is clicked because the backend process can take sometime(30mins to 1 hr) to put the files at a particular location on the server.

Files are going to be in following format in a particular user specific directory.

file1.csv file2.csv  file3.csv 

I am planning to disable the Download button until the files are uploaded to the particular directory on the server by the backend process.

My goal is to get the latest files from the location for a particular user. In order to get the latest file I was thinking about following approaches :

1) Generate a UUID/OR an incrementing integer in the UI using Javascript. Send this UUID to the webservice which is responsible for uploading the file to the server. The file will look like this

file1_UUID.csv file2_UUID.csv file3_UUID.csv 

As soon as Download button is clicked, I am also planning to store the UUID or incrementing integer and username in a database table so that from the UI, using Javascript, I can keep on checking regularly using a webservice whether file corresponding to the latest UUID/incrementing integer exists on the server or not.

2) Generate UUID/OR Incrementing integer on the back end side (Java webservice side) and then keep on checking regularly using a webservice whether file corresponding to the latest UUID/incrementing integer exists on the server or not.

Questions:

1) Is creating a table and storing UUID , username etc in a table a good approach?

2) OR Is generating UUID/Incrementing integer on the webservice a better option rather than generating it on UI side?

3) Should I really use UUID or an incrementing integer is fine?

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npm package “watch” giving “no such file or directory” error

Thanks in advance for helping me.

I want to create a product build on changes inside src directory. For that I used watch package of npm. Below is my “scripts” inside package.json

"scripts": {     "webpack-dev-server": "webpack-dev-server",     "dev": "watch 'npm run prod' src",     "prod": "webpack --mode=production" }, 

Now when I run npm run dev command. It gives me:

Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, stat ‘E:\projects\chatapp\run’

SSH keys and Active Directory

I am trying to figure out a way of stopping disabled users (in AD) from accessing a specific server with their ssh keys. I have multiple users who can access the server however few of them have setup ssh keys for easy and automatic access for purposes of scripts. From my understanding if a user is disabled in AD they can still log into that server with an old SSH key. Is there a way of automatically removing those keys once the user becomes disabled in AD ? (I use SSSD for authentication if this makes it any easier)

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