I am having troubles with starting Kong with Postgres. I inspected my desktop’s log
root@miki:/var/log/postgresql# 2019-04-22 07:35:28.040 CEST  LOG: listening on IPv4 address "127.0.0.1", port 5432 2019-04-22 07:35:28.070 CEST  LOG: listening on Unix socket "/var/run/postgresql/.s.PGSQL.5432" 2019-04-22 07:35:28.438 CEST  LOG: database system was shut down at 2019-04-21 20:13:57 CEST 2019-04-22 07:35:28.546 CEST  LOG: database system is ready to accept connections 2019-04-22 07:35:29.175 CEST  [unknown]@[unknown] LOG: incomplete startup packet
What does this mean?
My postgresql is running
/etc/init.d/postgresql status ● postgresql.service - PostgreSQL RDBMS Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/postgresql.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (exited) since Mon 2019-04-22 07:35:30 CEST; 1h 45min ago Process: 1939 ExecStart=/bin/true (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) Main PID: 1939 (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) апр 22 07:35:30 miki systemd: Starting PostgreSQL RDBMS... апр 22 07:35:30 miki systemd: Started PostgreSQL RDBMS.
VirutalBox Ubuntu sets default resolution on every launch. Found a comment in a topic here on how to create a .sh file, said also to add it in Startup Applications. But on reboot the .sh file didn’t execute and even was removed from the Startup Applications list, there was one entry that I’ve added but it had blank fields.
The comment also said to set the .sh file as executable and double click it, but it still opened in text editor for me so each time I had to execute it through the terminal.
Will enabling additional authentication on startup provide any extra security with Bitlocker? At the moment, my laptop boots straight into a Windows login where I use a pin. If I chose to not use pin, and a complex password, would that provide the same level of security as authentication at startup?
I have these problems on every boot. Basically, the booting my system acts like a state machine.
The first state is booting into a black screen. I’m forced to power the PC off.
After this, the next boot results in e2fsck detecting a problem with the superblock checksum. The message is below (I apologize for taking pictures of the screen with my phone, but I have no way of taking a screenshot in this state, as you might guess):
As shown, I run an
e2fsck -b 32768 /dev/sda11 -y
The result of this is the following – directories, free inodes counts wrong => file system modified (and the values are identical on every startup):
exit after this, and get this kernel panic message:
This forces me to power off the PC again. However, the next boot works just fine and I get into the system.
Unfortunately, the moment I turn the PC off and want to boot again, I revert back to the first state, basically forcing me to go through this whole procedure every time I want to boot. How can I fix this permanently? Maybe this could somehow be related to the fact that I have a hybrid hard drive?
We use EF6.2 in our Web SaaS application. We have database per account architecture which means every customer gets separate SQL Server database.
What we see is extremely slow startups. We also see startups getting proportionaly slower with amount of accounts we add.
We currently do not use any of optimizations possible. We don’t do ngen, we don’t “pre-compile” views. But what bothers me is that it’s not performance hit we take overall, but per account.
That leads me to beleive it is related to metadata cache which according to article here being built in-memory and tagged with hash derived from connection string.
Looking for any suggestions on how to reduce “warm up” time to single occurence
Every time I boot my dell PC it opens Startup Repair and can’t repair the computer.I am don’t know ho to fix it. I get the following Problem Signatures:
Problem Event name: StartupRepairOffline
Problem Signature 01: 6.1.7600.16385
Problem Signature 02: 6.1.7600.16385
Problem Signature 03: unknown
Problem Signature 04: 21200281
Problem Signature 05: AutoFailover
Problem Signature 06: 12
Problem Signature 07: NoRootCause
OS Version: 6.1.6700.2.1.0.256.1
I’m trying to create a script that upon booting up Ubuntu it opens up a terminal which runs
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y. I managed to make said script, how I can open a terminal upon boot/reboot and make it run the script? Thanks in advance for the help!
I have tried all sorts of things. I have reorted to single user mode but dont know enough to fix anything. I have tried fsck and it says things are fine but i continue to have this error among others Disk1s1: device is not readable
I used to have Boot Camp as my default startup volume.
I have updated to 10.14.4 recently and since then Boot Camp is no longer shown under start volumes. My MacBook Pro boots to macOS now.
I can boot to Windows using the Alt key, but this is not what I want.
Is there any way to change it back to Boot Camp?
I’m trying out new desktop environments, and just downloaded KDE. I like having Plank on Gnome, but would like to disable it on startup for KDE. How do you start Plank on one desktop environment, but disable startup of Plank on another?