How to count near duplicates in a mixed pool using AnyDice?

Following on from this question: How to count duplicates in a mixed pool using AnyDice?

I’m also interested in the much harder question of using AnyDice to look at how much easier some dice mitigation of +/-1 makes getting duplicates (as per the example in that question).

For example, if I rolled 12, 12, 5, 4, 3, 1 the result of how many dice there are that are 1 away from a duplicate would be 3; because 5, 4 and 3 are all 1 away from another result.

How to count duplicates and near duplicates in a mixed pool using AnyDice?

The following question provides a function that answers the question for a single kind of die; How do I count the number of duplicates in anydice?

I want to count how many duplicates there are in a mixed pool such as 3d12, 2d10, 1d8.

For example, if I rolled 12, 12, 3, 3, 3, 1 the result would be 5; because 5 of the dice have at least one other die that has rolled the same value.

I’m also interested in looking at how much easier some dice mitigation of +/-1 makes getting duplicates. This is probably a much harder question.

For example, if I rolled 12, 12, 5, 4, 3, 1 the result of how many dice there are that are 1 away from a duplicate would be 3; because 5, 4 and 3 are all 1 away from another result.

Stealing near sleeping people

How does stealing near sleeping people work in D&D 3.5e? I couldn’t find anything in the Player’s Handbook when looking for “pickpocket” or “steal”.

A concrete situation is the following: A character might want to steal the shoes of a sleeping person. Since the target (hopefully) doesn’t wear their shoes when sleeping, the thief just has to pick the up the shoes quietly from the pile of the target’s belongings they keep next to their bed.

What should determine the success? A mere check on moving silently, or should one also check for sleight of hand?

Near identical MySQL deployments behaving very different – High CPU Usage problem

So I have five identical websites, running on five machines provisioned in the same way. The only thing that differs between these installations are the language files and the languages of the text stored in MySQL tables.

Four of them have no problems what so ever. One is struggling a LOT under the same or somewhat less load than the other four.

I cannot understand why this is.

Things I’ve done so far:

  1. Checked slow queries. All queries uses indexes and are in the realm of 0.0008 Sec execution time i.e. very fast
  2. I’ve noticed that the thing that causes most trouble for this MySQL instance is UPDATE and INSERT, so much so, I’ve turned off the UPDATE’s that were there, for this instance. Bear in mind that these UPDATE’s doesn’t cause a blip on the other servers.
  3. Tried to eliminate external factors i.e. noisy neighbours (moved host) etc.

Worth noticing is that the machines are deployed the same i.e. a vanilla Debian 10 installation with a LEMP stack, nothing out of the ordinary at all.

Still, the problem persists. I can see the load of the machine struggling to keep under 1.00. The other machines are in the 0.10 – 0.20 range all the time.

Looking at CPU for the MySQL process on this machine (with 2 CPU cores as the other machines have as well) it is quite often above 100%. The other machines are never – EVER – over 60% for the MySQL process.

So, any help is much appreciated.

Please do let me know if you need me to run a command that you need to see the output from in order to help.

Thanks.

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Learning in depth of webdsign to near professional level, need advice.

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Incorrect syntax near ‘@dni’

Estoy tratando de crear un procedimiento almacenado que realice un INSERT y ademas me cree un usuario. El procedimiento en cuestión:

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.nuevoGerente(@dni AS INT, @apellidos AS NVARCHAR(100), @nombres AS NVARCHAR(100)) AS BEGIN     INSERT INTO datosComunes.personas (dni, apellidos, nombres, usuario) VALUES (@dni, @apellidos, @nombres, @dni);     DECLARE @idPersona INT;     SET @idPersona = (SELECT dni FROM datosComunes.personas WHERE (dni = @dni));     CREATE USER @dni WITHOUT LOGIN; END 

El problema es que me arroja este error: “Incorrect syntax near ‘@dni’. Expecting ID or QUOTED_ID”. Estoy tratando de encontrar cual es el error pero por el momento no encuentro informacion sobre ello.

What’s a good way to find a near optimal or optimal state in a graph without heuristics or values?

What’s a good way to find the optimal solution in a graph with no heuristics or knowledge of the value of that state until we are there? Is there a good way to perhaps create an estimate? I’ve looked into things like value iteration and policy iteration as well as Q-learning, but what if another issue is evaluating the true reward of a state is very costly?

VPS near IOWA?

Hi,

I’m trying to find a reliable VPS provider in or near IOWA if anyone has any recommendations?

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