## Monitoring Parallel Processes

I have a problem where my `For` loop will not get rid of my `PrintTemporary` monitor, and it means I end up with loads and loads of progress bars.

``(* set number of kerlnels to use *)  numkernel = 4;  (* how high do you want to count to? *)  iterations = 15;   (* for monitoring progress over multiple kernels *)  progress[current_, total_] :=   Column[{StringRiffle[ToString /@ {current, total}, " of "],     ProgressIndicator[current, {0, total}]}, Alignment -> Center]  (* counting very slowly *)  takeyourtime[howmany_, kernelnum_] := Module[{},    For[i = 1, i <= howmany, i++,     status[[Key[\$  KernelID]]] = <|       "Kernel" -> "Kernel " <> ToString@kernelnum,        "Monitor" -> progress[i, howmany]|>;     Pause[1];     ];   ]  (* will count up to iterations, k times over numkernel kernels *)  For[k = 1, k <= 3, k = k + 1;,   Print[k];    (*clean up*)   Clear[parrallel];   (* how to divide the counting *)   division = Round[iterations/numkernel];   (* remainder on the first kernel *)   divisionmod =    Round[iterations/numkernel] + Mod[iterations, numkernel];   (* put the first evaluation in, with the remainder*)   parrallel = {Hold[ParallelSubmit[{takeyourtime[divisionmod, 1]}]]};   (*for number of kernels, set up the parrallel stuff *)   For[i = 2, i <=  numkernel, i++ ,    parrallel =     Append[parrallel,      Hold[ParallelSubmit[{takeyourtime[division, 1]}]]];   (*to this, so we can add i and do the monitoring better,    have to be careful when expressions are evaluated,    want to keep that for the parralel bit *)    parrallel[[i]] =     StringReplace[ToString[parrallel[[i]]],      ", i]" -> ", " <> ToString[i] <> "]"];   parrallel[[i]] = ToExpression[parrallel[[i]]];   ] ;   LaunchKernels[];   (* the monitoring variable we will print *)   status =    Association @@     ParallelTable[$$KernelID -> <|"Kernel" -> "", "Monitor" -> ""|>, {i,$$KernelCount}];   (*distribute the required definitions around the kernels *)   DistributeDefinitions[takeyourtime, division, divisionmod ];   SetSharedVariable[status];   (* this is the monitoring bit *)   PrintTemporary[   Dynamic[Row[     Riffle[Column[#, Alignment -> Center] & /@        Query[Values, Values]@Select[#"Monitor" =!= "" &]@status,       Spacer[5]]]]];   (*execute the parralel process *)   results = WaitAll[ReleaseHold[parrallel]];   CloseKernels[];  ] ``

## Network monitoring

anyone could help me out with monitoring? I need to find a way to use monitoring for the following points:

-what are the plugins, the points to analyze and monitor to detect intrusions and thus prevent the threat?

-how to use monitoring to set up a maintenance plan and / or an update of crucial devices (firewall / network elements / servers)?

## catchall or outlook with spam folder monitoring macro

i understand catchall is way to go for most people here
but wouldn’t I get same or better success rate with freemail like outlook.com and  bot/macro monitoring junk folder each 60 seconds and moving everything to inbox? Outlook also allows like 5 aliases per account

## Do I REALLY need to change my email password when idnotify.com Dark Web Monitoring recommends?

I occasionally get alerts from idnotify.com Dark Web Monitoring, such as this one:

``08/31/2019   COMPROMISED EMAIL ADDRESS Email Addresses:    Jt***an@gmail.com Date Found: 08/26/2019 Password ************************* Potential Site DUBSMASH.COM Immediately change the password for the email address that was found compromised. ``

My thoughts:

1. My email account uses 2-factor authentication. So unless I know for sure that someone somehow learned my actual password, I don’t know why I’d want to change my password every time I get one of these alerts.
2. The amount of asterisks in the “Password” in these alerts differs. Some alerts say `*************************` and others say `********`. I don’t know if the lengths are reliable, but if the length doesn’t match my real password, I wonder if that means I don’t need to change it.
3. What the heck does Dubsmash have to do with anything? That app sounds only vaguely familiar. I checked my password manager and don’t seem to have an entry for it.

## adaptec snmp monitoring not working

Hello,
We have a adaptec 6405e and we install storman on our centos 7 and follow their guide for enable snmp agent but when we execute ./au… | Read the rest of http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1775784&goto=newpost

## Powershell script for monitoring folder and run when a new one is created

Help, need a script to copy the files from a fileserver to Sharepoint.This script must monitor the specific folder and run when a new subfolder is created. And uploaded to sharepoint

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