I am new to ETL testing and dB environment.Some say PI is clustered index some say it is not. Even I found some where that secondary index is non clustered index. What is actually primary index and secondary index? When do we need primary index and when we need secondary index? If PI index and clustered index are different then how are they different?
I know that search engines like Google value more country code top level domains (ccTLD) on content that is specific to residents living in said countries, that is, the website hosted at voorbeeld.nl and whose content is specific for Dutch visitors has a higher rank than voorbeeld.com
And what about voorbeeld.com.nl? Does this example is negatively affected in contrast to voorbeeld.nl?
I have an Apache Web Server running with Wamp 64bit on Windows 7, and I wanted to know if there is any way to add a secondary Serve folder on another Drive using the same port but as a subfolder like http://127.0.0.1/public with DocumentRoot S:/public while the first one is on the default C:/wamp64/www
I can’t find anything useful online, so I dont know where to start
I read the following in CLRS 3rd Edition (Section 11.5, “Perfect Hashing“):
How does the choice of $ m_j = n^2_j$ lead to no collisions?
I’m designing a page with an accordion list (not a sidebar menu) in a financial iOS app. I’m trying show that eacg primary list item is expandable/collapsible (indicated by up-down chevrons), and that secondary items within each primary list item will lead to a new page (indicated by right chevrons).
This is what the list looks like collapsed:
Is having a mix of so many chevrons confusing and cluttered? What’s the clearest way to display this?
I have 3 buttons in a 2×2 grid as shown. One primary (Decision) and 2 secondary buttons of equal importance. This leaves a space in either the top right or top left. Which option makes most sense and is there a convention for this?
I tried using GNOME boxes in my system. But the only problem is that I don’t have much space in my primary disk which is a 120GB SSD and GNOME boxes images are taking up the SSD space. But I have a secondary disk which is a 1TB HDD disk. Is there any way to configure GNOME boxes so that I can install my images to the secondary disk?
Having my user folders (Downloads, Pictures, Videos, Documents) to my secondarey 2tb hard drive is causing my computer to lock up and the cpu usage spikes to 100% also a tracker-extraction procsess going on the uses a lot of CPU.
The system is semi usable after this happens but some apps frezze and won’t open for example Nautilus. Trying to run it from the command line gives me and error about timeout reached
I have a Dell XPS 15 running stock ubuntu 18.04 I have a secondary monitor which is my old Sony KDL-32XBR6
Attaching the second monitor works fine IF I leave the Secondary monitor on the right of my laptop in Display Settings. However, if I move it to the left, then the Sony tells me No Signal.
Issues I have noticed:
1 – Ubuntu tells me I have a Sony 72″ – How can I change that? 2 – It doesn’t matter if the Sony or the Laptop are set as Primary 3 – Occasionally the green “Apply” button in Display settings will disappear so I can check every resolution to make sure that it isn’t a resolution issue.
Any help gratefully received.
After a recent reinstall of Ubuntu to get full system encryption working, I haven’t been able to get my secondary display to work. I think it did when I first installed using an 18.03 install iso I had. But, when I updated using apt, it just hasn’t worked since. My system: Asus Crosshair VII Hero motherboard, AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, Asus Geforce GTX 1060 graphics, 32GB DDR4-3200 G.Skill memory, HP EX920 1TB M.2 boot drive, 3TB WD Green data drive.
I have run nvidia-xconfig. Still no luck in activating the secondary display.