Suppose i have the following resource allocation graph with a deadlock cycle, i see why it is a deadlock cycle, what i don’t get is how to recover from this cycle
i’m thinking about aborting a process, any process here will lead to non-deadlock situation, but doesn’t that cause the other process to not execute and hence the program won’t execute as we’re expecting it to be, i think this is a correct answer, but is there another way to do such that all processes will eventually run ?
I had a question about Tor and the anonymity status of a fully decrypted packet that leaves a Tor exit node. So my high-level understanding is that prior to a packet traversing the Tor network, a Tor client chooses 3 Tor relay nodes for the packet to go through and encrypts a packet with the exit node’s public key, then encrypts the encrypted packet with a middle node’s public key, then does it again with the entry node’s public key. And each node decrypts the packet as the packet arrives to it. And this is the part where I don’t understand how this process achieves anonymity. After the Tor exit node fully decrypts a packet, that packet will be a normal packet so it should have a source address and a destination address. So anyone who sniffs a packet after it leaves a Tor exit node will know what the source address and what the destination address is, right? There must be something I don’t understand about the The Onion Routing process and I was hoping somebody would help me with understanding how is the packet anonymous after it leaves the exit node, if it has been fully decrypted by then and its source and address fields can be sniffed just like any other packet?
There are a few ways a creature could be in a bag, put in a bag, leave a bag.
Lets say a familiar is placed in a bag of holding, the bag is loosely placed in a backpack or saddlebag.
Can the familiar exit the bag by it’s own volition on it’s turn?
What about in the case the bag is carried in the hand?
What about in the case the bag is held shut, does it act as a prison?
My company is re-designing the on-boarding process for Emergency Service within the app. The process as follows:
Page 1: Intro of Emergency Service Page 2: TOS Page 3: Permission Needed from user Page 4-9: Collection of personal/medical data from users for emergency service in the case of emergency situation
There’s an exit button from page 1-3 but not on page 4-9 onwards. However, “Back” button is presented from page 4-9.
My rational to remove exit button from Page 4- 9 as follows: 1. Users have 3 opportunities to exit the process in the beginning 2. Checked other 20 apps and found that all of them have no exit button after you agree on TOS and then start asking for your detailed information
Could anyone chip in or validate the user experience on lack of exit button after Page 3?
Any feedback is appreciated.
I’ve got a bit of a language block for the final stage of a form-filling journey where the user can either
- Save what they’ve done, quit and return later
- Save what they’ve done and lock it so no further changes can be made.
Save and exit kinda works for 1., but I can’t come up with a suitable unambiguously different label for 2.
Send is the closest, but no sending is involved – this is simply marking the work as ‘complete’ and putting it in a read-only state.
Save & exit and Save & done aren’t sufficiently different to me – anyone got anything better..?
I have an issue determining my checkout pages exit percentage.
Looking at the site’s database event information for a single day I am given the following information:
- Entered checkout – 306
- Completed Checkout – 249
- 81% completed (completed / entered checkout)
- 19% exited (remainder)
When I look at my reporting in Google analytics I am given the following information:
- Entered checkout – 304
- Completed checkout – 247
- Exits – 26
- Exit % – 0.09% (exits / entered checkout)
So what reason would there be for my Exit % to be different than the math between the difference of entered and completed checkout?
Thanks in advance!
The text for Leomund’s tiny hut says in part:
Creatures and objects within the dome when you cast this spell can move through it freely.
The spell ends if you leave its area.
I read that as saying that everyone can exit and enter at will, except the caster, who must remain inside the hut for the entire time. Is that correct?
My OS is Ubuntu, using openshift, and one pod keep pending, because nfs server cannot be mounted (nfs server is able to be mounted by mannually using command line, but cannot be mounted from the Pod)
I have installed nfs-common, so it’s not the root cause. I trying to install nfs-utils, but I was failed, the error message is:
E: Unable to locate package: nfs-utils.
I also tried libnfs12 and libnfs-utils, they were the same as nfs-utils. I also used apt-get install upgade and update to solve the package locating problem, but they were useless.
I’m going to show the yaml file for connecting the nfs server
apiVersion: v1 kind: PersistentVolume metadata: name: pv-test01 lables: disktype: baas spec: capacity: storage: 1Gi accessModes: - ReadWriteMany nfs: path: /baas server: 126.96.36.199 readOnly: false persistentVolumeReclaimPolicy: Recycle
after using “oc describe pod/mypod” for the pending Pod, below is the feedback:
Warning FailedMount 14s kubelet, localhost MountVolume.SetUp failed for volume "pv-test01" : mount failed: exit status 32 Mounting command: systemd-run Mounting arguments: --description=Kubernetes transient mount for /var/lib/origin/cluster-up/root/openshift.local.clusterup/openshift.local.volumes/pods/267db6f2-d875-11e9-80ba-005056bc3ce0/volumes/kubernetes.io~nfs/pv-test01 --scope -- mount -t nfs 188.8.131.52:/baas /var/lib/origin/cluster-up/root/openshift.local.clusterup/openshift.local.volumes/pods/267db6f2-d875-11e9-80ba-005056bc3ce0/volumes/kubernetes.io~nfs/pv-test01 Output: Running scope as unit run-28094.scope. mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on 184.108.40.206:/baas, missing codepage or helper program, or other error (for several filesystems (e.g. nfs, cifs) you might need a /sbin/mount.<type> helper program) In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try dmesg | tail or so.
so how can I mount to nfs server from the Pod?
While using the Seattle Site layout, in lists or libraries, I find that at the very bottom of the left navigation, there is a link that says “Exit Classic Experience”. I can’t seem to find this link when using the Oslo layout since there is not a left navigation.
Does anyone know where this option is?
I am working with SharePoint on prem 2019 and have a team site created in modern experience where several document libraries have been added. When site is accessed and document library link is clicked from quick launch, it opens up in modern UI. Once return to classic sharepoint is clicked, it takes to the classic experience. Once on the classic UI page, I do not see ‘Exit Classic experience’ link on the lower bottom left to go back to modern ui at all.
What could be the cause of this, can someone please assist, thanks in advance.