Install Percona Data Recovery Tool for InnoDB on Ubuntu 18

Has anyone successfully installed the Percona Data Recovery Tool for InnoDB on Ubuntu 18? I downloaded the tool here: https://launchpad.net/percona-data-recovery-tool-for-innodb/trunk/release-0.5/+download/percona-data-recovery-tool-for-innodb-0.5.tar.gz

…but when I compile I get this error: collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status Makefile:30: recipe for target ‘constraints_parser’ failed make: *** [constraints_parser] Error 1

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Some Types of Tool Boxes for Storing and Transporting Your Tools

wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, cutters, hammer, axe, drill machines, and other hardware tools.

Whether you are a fan of do-it-yourself home and vehicle repairs and maintenance or not, it goes without saying that every adult possesses at least some basic tools and related equipment. On the other hand, workers like electricians, plumbers, and carpenters own a much more elaborate and extensive collection as their trade requires them to be well-prepared for fixing a number of things.

If you are looking for the different types of toolboxes that you can use to house and organize your hardware equipment then take a look at the following article.
Because they can be constructed in various ways and are available in countless styles, it is almost impossible to cover all the types of aluminum storage cases in one go. The article highlights the most popular ones according to use and also discusses the basic types of tool boxes classified according to their material.
While the earliest tool boxes, date as far back as the beginning of the 19th Century, were carved out of wood, today you will hardly find any toolbox constructed from the same material. Instead, modern toolboxes are mostly made of materials such as steel and aluminum because compared to wood, they stronger yet lightweight at the same time.

According to the choice of material, the following are the different types of aluminum carry cases available in the market.
Aluminum is employed in the construction of tool boxes for the same reason that it is used in making all modern airplanes – it is strong and lightweight.
These toolboxes are made from aluminum sheets of sufficient thickness. The sheets usually feature a rugged texture or a rugged diamond plate pattern that is commonly used for various aluminum surfaces which can otherwise be too smooth and slippery for certain uses.
Besides being a sturdy and durable material, aluminum is often preferred for making various types of tool boxes because it does not corrode and therefore will not deteriorate for a significantly large time period. These toolboxes are also used in trucks because they prevent the tools from moisture and rust. In such aluminum carry case, they mostly come with gas struts which help to keep the lid open and upright, making it feasible for the workers to easily access the items inside.

The durability and strength of aluminum tool boxes are further increased by covering their inner and outer walls with a special powder. This powder coat makes them more resilient to rust and corrosion. Steel tool boxes provide exceptional strength and are easy to clean and care for.
Despite the higher price, you can find the toolboxes in residential as well as commercial garages and even in race environments because they have the longest life, are resilient to chipping, dents and bumps, plus they are super easy to clean and maintain.

As a professional aluminum boxes manufacturer with many years of experience, we have a complete industrial chain, superior product quality and thoughtful service.

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Robots.txt not blocking yet GSC URL Inspection Tool says it is

Recently I realized Disallow /was set on my staging sites.

I didn’t realize until I got a warning in Search Console…

Mistakes happen

FYI for those that may read this:

You never want to disallow a staging/development site from Google.

Best policy is to set meta robots to noindex follow and list your main site as the canonical URL for all pages.

We want Google to be able to crawl the staging site and understand what we’re doing

I’ve removed the directive and cleared all caches at least 10 times.

However, when I use the URL inspection tool I’m still getting the following:

Google Search Console URL Inspection Tool showing that a page is blocked by robots.txt

Never experienced this before – and I’ve been doing SEO for a long time. Usually I’d see this reflected in a live test right away.

Anyone experienced this before? Is there some sort of processing time or cache on Google’s end? Shouldn’t be if the "live test" is actually live.

I wrote a script to auto-create GSA projects from RankerX (like a one-way sync tool)

I want to share something I built in case it would be helpful.
I use RankerX to build tier-2 backlinks, and then I have two GSA instances hitting those with tier-3 links. I think it keeps the tier-2 links alive longer and I’ve been able to grow a number of domains to DR 40-50 over 4-6 months with this strategy. But I was getting annoyed because I keep forgetting to set up the GSA projects each time RankerX finishes a campaign and it’s a lot of clicks!
So, I fixed it and here’s the source code:
https://github.com/ZenDevMaster/rankerx_gsa_bot
The script runs under python on Windows. It polls your RankerX instance for completed projects, and when it finds one it sets up a new .prj file in your GSA-SER projects folder and then pings the GSA API so it would refresh itself and start the project. Now GSA can build your T3 backlinks as soon as a RankerX project finishes with basically no work from you.

Is there a tool to calculate row size and which columns would go in_row_data? [closed]

I just watched a course about how MS SQL tables are stored on the disk and a big portion of that were the IN_ROW_DATA and etc., explaining how fixed-width columns are always in teh IN_ROW_DATA and if any other overflow they get put in the OUT_ROW_DATA and etc.

The lector showed a visual aid of how you can calculate which columns would end in the IN_ROW_DATA when deisgning the table (assuming you knew what you were doing and the data it’s going to store) is there some tool or website that can show similar information before the table is created?

I was thinking of a tool/site where I enter what columns I am thinking of making and it tell me based on that how many would be in the IN_ROW, how many in the OUT_ROW, how many bites a row could take, etc.

Change of address tool couldn’t fetch the page error

We migrated from https://ketabchi.org to https://ketabchi.com.It seems we have done all requirements mentioned here for using search console change of address tool but now it has passed 4 days from our migration and still every time I try to use the change of address tool after pressing ‘VALIDATE & UPDATE’ button, There is validation failed pop up.

The error is:

Couldn’t fetch the page https://ketabchi.org/

Using the inspect url I see no problem with both urls. I also submitted an index request for both versions. All urls are redirected with 301 status code.

Updating options of a widget with own tool

I am writing a tool to update the options of a self-created widget outside the backend "Appearance – Widgets" page. These are simple yes/no options in the widget.

It seems to work as I am using get_option(optionName) and update_option(optionName, optionValue) but I am confused.

Here is a display of a portion of the options table in WP.

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I can perfectly fetch and update the gcs_xxxx parameters but what is this "widget_golf_course_status" option record? It seems it doesn’t have any effect on the output/visualisation of the widget.

When I update the widget options through APPEARANCE – WIDGETS

  • widget_golf_course_status is updated with new values
  • the gcs_xxxx parameters are updated to correct values

When I update the widget options through my own tool (custom page) with get_option() and update_option()

  • widget_golf_course_status record is NOT updated with new values
  • the gcs_xxxx parameters are updated to correct values

Anyway the output looks OK in both cases.

Questions

  1. Do I need to update the widget_golf_course_status when updating options with my own tool? It seems to have no effect on output if it’s not in sync with gcs_xxx options.
  2. Why is this needed? What is it used for?
  3. Do I better just work on ‘widget_golf_course_status’ record and it will auto-update the other records?