SCOM 2016 – Is there a way to make SCOM send one single Consolidated Email for multiple Windows Services & IIS Pools Up/Down Email Alerts

I have set up alerts for a set of Windows Services and IIS Application pools which are a part of an Application (Camstar). The SCOM alerting works and further i have configured Email alerts. That too works!.

Though, the alerting is storming my inbox, because all these monitored Windows services & IIS App Pools goes down all together.

So, is there a way to make SCOM send consolidated Email alerts so that it sends one email listing all the Services & IIS Pools which has gown down rather than separate email alerts for each Service & IIS Pool.

Help is much appreciated. Thanks!.

after I lost my 12 aion coins founded block miners from unfair pools I want to change to solo mining but

after I lost my 12 aion coins founded block miners from unfair pools I want to change to solo mining but I don’t know how to use solo mining to this coin .

I need help as fast as possible before the difficult get higher .

I need to know how to mine this coin without any pool and get my block rewards .. I use windows 10

PEACE

after I lost my 12 aion coins founded block miners from unfair pools I want to change to solo mining but

after I lost my 12 aion coins founded block miners from unfair pools I want to change to solo mining but I don’t know how to use solo mining to this coin .

I need help as fast as possible before the difficult get higher .

I need to know how to mine this coin without any pool and get my block rewards .. I use windows 10

PEACE

BigFootServers – New SSD VPS Pools starting at 4 VPS for $29/year – Deploy Servers in Los Angeles & Dallas!

Alex from BigFootServers recently wrote in to share their new product offering with us: SSD VPS Resource Pools! With these pools, they’re giving customers the ability to create VPS instances on-demand, in both Los Angeles and Dallas. We were told that as they continue to expand and add additional regions, existing customers will be able to get access to them within their resource pool at no additional charge.

BigFootServers has shared deals with the community before, but those were previously all powered by traditional HDD’s. We are excited to share their new SSD-based offers with you and hope you enjoy the increased performance that SSD has to offer!

Their WHOIS is public, and you can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. They accept PayPal, Alipay, Credit Cards and Bitcoin as payment methods.

Here’s what they had to say:

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Product Description: Create, manage, resize or delete servers on demand within a few clicks! We provide you with a resource pool, and you determine how they are used! Please be sure to check out these screenshots of our easy to use and intuitive VPS Pools Interface here!

NETWORK/HARDWARE INFO:

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How to choose which Edge to apply when multiple stat pools are involved?

The special ability “Successive Attack” costs 2 points of Speed, and can be used after a successful attack to make another attack.

So it work like this: First attack. If enemy is down the PC can use Successive Attack and immediately make a second attack.

If the character used no Effort in the first attack, she can use the Speed Edge to reduce this cost.

But what if the PC used Bash, that cost 1 point of Might, in the first attack (or if she used one or more tier of Effort)? What if she used Might Edge to lower the expense on Might pool?

As a general rule, how does Edge works when multiple stat pools are involved? And how does it work if the PC uses special abilities that lead to further actions?

What keeps mining pools from creating wallets that send transactions only to pool members?

Suppose one of the big mining pools, that holds e.g. 20% of the mining power, creates a wallet software that, by design, sends all transactions only to pool members – and does not relay it to nodes outside the ppol. Will this give them an advantage in getting mining fees? What keeps the big mining pools from doing this?

Maximizing a pool’s length

A math project I am doing asks the following:

Blammo is to be fired at ground level with a muzzle velocity of 35 m/s over a flaming wall that is 15 m high and a ground level shark pool. The pool will be made as long as possible. Determine the length of the pool, how far to place the cannon from the wall, and what elevation angle to use to ensure that Blammo clears the pool.

y(x)=tan(a)x-(x^2)((.004)/((cos(a))^2)) represents the trajectory of Blammo, where a=the elevation angle. Initially I thought using a 45 degree elevation angle would result in the longest pool length, but I forgot that the pool length was blammo’s horizontal distance (which can be modeled as 125sin(2a)) minus the distance from the flaming wall to the cannon. I graphed Blammos trajectory and y=15, and the first place they intersect is how far the cannon is from the flaming wall. Anyhow, after testing other elevation angles, I found the the one that would give the longest pool length (not the longest total distance of Blammo) was around 49 degrees. How can I find the exact angle? Do I need to use optimization somehow? Is there an equation I can set up?