My Laptop, Lenovo Y720, suddenly just freezes down at random times. There are no symptoms at all. In symptoms I mean no slow downs, no overheat, no program crashes, it does not happen when I open a specific program. It just happens. I have not been able to find a log that is not one million lines long, is there a way to lookup a simple log that shows some fatal error?
Randomly select folder either by naming pattern or any other means.
Then copy all *.ext files from randomly selected folder to source folder [if easier can just copy whole folder contents].
To be run as a batch file in a windows environment.
Example batch script (still have no idea how to code):delete-and-copy.cmd
call del C:\test\source\*.ext call Copy *.ext C:\test\library\group_%RANDOM% [COUNT=Folders %RANDOM%=Select1(%COUNT%)] "C:\test\source\"
OR another not working suggestion:
call del C:\test\source\*.ext @echo off setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion cd C:\test\library\ set n=0 for %%f in (*.ext) do ( set /A n+=1 set "folder[!n!]=%%f" ) set /A "rand=(n*%random%)/Count_1_%_10" copy "!group_[%rand%]!/*.ext" C:\test\source\
A paint-store chain produces and sells latex and semigloss paint. Based on long-range sales, the probability that a customer will purchase latex is 0.75. Of those that a customer will purchase latex, 60% also purchase rollers. But 30% of semigloss buyers purchase rollers. A randomly selected buyer purchases a roller and a can of paint. What is the probability that the paint is Latex?
When I open DOMAIN1.com the page usually loads. But when I refresh the page several times, I will eventually get the contents of DOMAIN2.com – the same happens on DOMAIN2.com
I have 10 domains in total, and there is no “default” domain; i.e. when a wrong site is served, it’s always a different one.
I can actually observe a pattern: When I make a request to a domain it works. Then I open a different browser and load a different domain. Then I refresh the first browser it serves the domain that I just opened on the second browser.
Any idea how I could debug/fix this or what configuration actually triggers this behavior?
I have Ubuntu on my laptop and it keeps crashing out of no where. I couldn’t find anything in the syslogs or kern.logs about it at the times when it happened. I don’t know if it could be my battery since I don’t know how to test it. I think it might be because the crash it an instant shutdown, as if it was never powered on.
The laptop does has an NVidia card in it and I tried rolling back the drivers like in another post on here, but that didn’t work.
I kept checking sensors between crashes (it happens multiple times within minutes of each other for a bit) but temps never got above 45C.
Is there another place in /var/log to look or some kind of tool to scan for error in the disk? This problem has been happening for a while and I can’t find anyone having the same problem.