I have a table that is periodically getting locked in a manner that I don’t quite understand. I cannot do the following:
select * from thetable select count(*) from thetable
There are roughly 2,000 records.
I can do the following:
select top 2000 * from thetable select * from thetable where ID = etc.
Going backwards to find a new record that perhaps was problematic, incrementing the count in chunks until I can finally reproduce it again:
select top 1500 * from thetable order by ID desc select top 1550.... etc. and eventually it gets locked and never finishes the query.
Query never finishes… have waited 10 minutes. Only resolution is to restart the service.
The related stored procedure that I thought caused the problem I ran manually (it interacts with this table) and the longest time it took was roughly 45 seconds. This particular procedure goes through many phases and is wrapped in a transaction with a try/catch/rollback/commit. There is no explicit locking set on the procedure.
Any direction or guidance to track down the root issue is greatly appreciated.
Problem my party has is we’ve fought this same vampire twice and beat the living daylights out of it twice but both times it went to mist and got out. If we were lucky enough for the vampire to fail his save will mind spike allow us to track the vampire once he goes to mist.
Recently i was searching about botnets and how it work, but i didn’t understand how malware analysis’s track the malware/botnet by there’s trackers and find the infected device/ and i wanna know how malware/botnet trackers work !
When I listen to the radio or a compact disc in the car, the stereo sometimes displays the album art and the title of the album and track. Sometimes instead of album art it displays a genre (like “Country”) and a related graphic (like an anonymous model smiling and wearing a cowboy hat). In the case of a c.d. it also displays other information, like “1/12” for the first track on an album with 12 tracks, information about time, and so on.
Usually, everything it says is correct. Sometimes it gets something wrong. For example here’s a photo of the stereo playing the Beatles “Let It Be” but displaying the album art for another album.
It seems plausible that the stereo is reading some of this information from the disc (or from the radio signal). But it seems unlikely to me that the album art is included on the disc, particularly in this case in which incorrect art is displayed. What seems more plausible to me is that when I put in the disc, my car stereo reads information from the disc to identify the disc and then retrieves this information from some database outside of the car.
Wouldn’t this mean that some agency somewhere is logging what music I listen to? Is it doing this when I listen to radio too? Is there any way for me to listen to radio and c.d.’s in the car without this part of the process? For example can I copy the c.d.’s in some way that strips the identifying information from the copy?
And what WOULD be the correct Stack Exchange, or the correct place on the internet, to seek help with this question?
I’m slightly paranoid that my school can see what im doing with my personal account on my home wifi. It is a managed device, but we are permitted to take them home and use them for homework and return them the next morning. Is it possible my school can still be tracking me off of my personal account and home wifi? I’m not doing anything to get me in trouble,I would just prefer to not have my school snooping around through my personal account I needed to access. I’m sorry if this wasn’t enough information.
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Just DM’d my first ever non-online game. We had an absolute blast, 10/10 would play again, but keeping track of initiative in combat was terrible. I had chosen to just list their character names (and enemies) in order on a single index card but they couldn’t see it easily and I kept forgetting who went next. Plus, I had to rewrite it for each new combat bit and it felt like it took too long.
I’m used to roll20’s turn order feature where you can easily advance the order and have a nice highlight on who’s supposed to go next. I like that it’s visible to all players, and how easy it is to remove monsters when they die.
I’d like to find a way to simulate that feature at the table for easier combat. I want to limit the technology at the table, since I want to keep the focus on the roleplay and would rather they weren’t all on computers.
Based on your personal experience playing, what (preferably low-tech) method of tracking turn order can be used to streamline the initiative process?
I made a call to someone I do not want to detect me by my SIM card. That call was mistakenly made. As IMEI number is also sent to towers, I need to know what kind of foolproof precaution should be taken to avoid any kind of tracing & tracking via my SIM or IMEI.
Pulling my SIM out of the cell is not a solution if they can still track me by my IMEI which is already sent to the tower when I made a call…so is there any way?
I really need to know the nearest location (and if possible exact) of a mobile phone (Android or iPhone).
Yes, the simplest answer will be with a Google Maps API, but the mobile GPS must be activated and in addition to this the browser must have permissions. I wonder if today it is possible to obtain the location of a phone without the slightest contact with the user.
I understand that the IP address gives a nearby but not exact location, is this true? Is it possible to use OSINT in this situation?