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Before purchasing a server cabinet or server rack it is import ant to understand the difference between the different products that are available. This will ensure that you purchase exactly what you need.

Server Cabinets
Server Rack Cabinets such as the 42u Server Cabinet are generally nineteen inches wide by industry standards. This products is mostly used to install servers, UPS ES, monitors or similar equipment. Server rack cabinets, for the most part, are twenty-four inches in width, and thirty six inches deep. Some companies offer other measurement options to meet customers’ needs, however. Floor standing network server rack cabinets usually have a perforated front and rear. This feature offers ventilation for the equipment being housed. This is crucial to providing a safe environment for this type of equipment which generates a good deal of heat.

Network Cabinets
Network cabinets or Network Racks are often confused with server cabinets. However, there is a difference. Network cabinets are generally used for the storage of routers, patch panels, switches and a wide variety of networking equipment as well as networking accessories. In most cases a network cabinet will be far shallower than a server rack cabinet, generally measuring in at less than thirty one inches deep. Outdoor network cabinets will sometimes have glass or a strong plastic front door. Network cabinets also generally do not have perforated enclosures. The type of equipment generally housed in network cabinets does not generate the same amount of heat as that housed inside a server rack.
Because one product can not fulfill the needs of all office equipment storage, it may become necessary to do a thorough evaluation of the type of equipment being used, or that will be used, in order to make the most informed purchasing decision. In many cases, office spaces will require the use of both a server rack and a networking cabinet in order to house the various equipment that will be used there.
It is important to note, that improperly housing heat generating equipment is dangerous. This could cause damage to your equipment, or worse could become a fire hazard due to the temperatures which some servers can generate. Good rack dealers will help you decide which product is best for you.

Monitoring can be done either at the incomer of the PDU sockets in terms of the total power being drawn from the whole PDU, or it can be focused on an individual device’s demands from the socket. The latter provides a greater granularity for analysis but not all meters have the same accuracy, it may range from one to five percent, so it is worth investigating into the technical specifications.
PDU electronics also consume power at levels which can be significant, especially in a large scale data centre, given that it can range from as little as six to 60 watts. If intelligent PDUs are installed in a 200 rack data centre with dual PDUs in the rack then their power consumption could be as little as 2.4kW or as much as 24kW.
The switching function allows users to remotely shutdown individual sockets and to ‘hard boot’ any device that is connected to it. It is worth checking which type of switch device (or relay) is within the PDU construction, either monostable or bi-stable. The monostable needs a permanent supply of power to change state and stay there. Bringing it back means removing the power. 
The bi-stable needs to be pulsed with electricity to change state and pulsed again to come back. Bi-stable therefore uses less power than monostable, which can again be significant in terms of the aggregate consumption from a lot of sockets.

GA4 funnel exploration won’t display known data

I am using a funnel exploration in GA4 to map customer journeys from Google Search Ads through my company’s e-commerce site. The funnel begins with "session_start" and ends with "purchase," and there are several custom events in between.

A few weeks ago, the funnel stopped displaying any data for the "Paid Traffic" segment, and gave the message "No data for this combination of segments, values, filters, and date range."

I know from the Search Console that we are getting clicks on our ad, and I know that GA4 is recording the events on our site, because I can see them in the path exploration. However, looking at the same segment over the same date range in the funnel exploration gives the error above. I changed the funnel to just display the number of users that started a session on our site, and am still getting a message that there is no data. I have attached screenshots of the path exploration as well as the abbreviated funnel.

path_exploration empty_funnel

I’m wondering if anyone would have any insight into why the funnel would have stopped populating. I have posted on the Google Analytics Help forum with no success, and Google doesn’t seem to have much in the way of support for GA4. I have tried expanding the date range from what is shown in the screenshots to include more data, with similar results. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

wp-admin edit user url wont show up correct url

was expecting the edit url (shot below) would point me to something like:

website.co/wp-admin/user-edit.php?user_id=7&wp_http_referer=%2Fwp-admin%2Fusers.php <– expected url

Instead of

website.co/my-account/edit-account/&wp_http_referer=%2Fwp-admin%2Fusers.php <– ended up here

Also, I’ve read through some forums it might conflict with woocommerce or other plugins but tried to disabling all those plugins and still gave me the wrong link. Did I missing something? thanks

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My timer wont work in unity

In my game, you can spawn a cube by clicking. After 10 seconds I want the cube to disappear. That’s what I’m trying to do in my code but it won’t work:

using System.Collections; using System.Collections.Generic; using UnityEngine; using UnityEngine.UI;  public class circleThing : MonoBehaviour {     public GameObject circle;     public GameObject block;     public float time;     void Start() {          Vector3 temp = Camera.main.ScreenToWorldPoint(Input.mousePosition);          temp.z = 5f;          transform.position = temp;          if (Input.GetMouseButtonDown(0)) {              StartCoroutine(timer());              Instantiate(block, temp, Quaternion.identity);          }          if (time >= 10) {              Destroy(block);          }     }     void Update()     {            }      IEnumerator timer(){          while (true)         {             Debug.Log(time);             yield return new WaitForSeconds(1);             time++;         }     } } 

What am I doing wrong? I get the error: Destroying assets is not permitted to avoid data loss.

I am counfused about when Oracle database won’t do parsing

I am confused about when Oracle database won’t do parsing? In the AWR report, there is a metrics called "execute to parse", which means more SQL just execute without parsing when it increases. But as the Oracle document describe: "When an application issues a SQL statement, the application makes a parse call to the database to prepare the statement for execution. " It seems that everytime a SQL statement is issued, parsing will be called. So I wandering when Oracle won’t do parsing and make the "execute to parse" become a larger number? Or I just misunderstood?

What Oracle document said is:

SQL Parsing The first stage of SQL processing is parsing. The parsing stage involves separating the pieces of a SQL statement into a data structure that other routines can process. The database parses a statement when instructed by the application, which means that only the application­, and not the database itself, can reduce the number of parses. When an application issues a SQL statement, the application makes a parse call to the database to prepare the statement for execution.

https://docs.oracle.com/database/121/TGSQL/tgsql_sqlproc.htm#TGSQL178

So if "an application issues a SQL statement, the application makes a parse call", then how applications "can reduce the number of parses"?

Google Domains won’t redirect `http` to `https` when Bluehost handles the DNS and website

I have a website hosted on bluehost, but using a domain from Google domains. I am trying to force it to always redirect http://example.io -> https://example.io from the google domains site.

However, when I add the redirect, I get the following error:

This synthetic record has an error and will not function correctly: We had a temporary issue creating your SSL certificate. We will automatically keep trying to resolve this issue. 

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We have it setup to redirect permanently using SSL: enter image description here

We are using bluehost name servers. Are we missing something here?

How do I deal with a fellow player who cheats, if the GM won’t do anything about it?

I have played with this same group of friends for over 20 years. However due to covid we have had to play virtually using roll 20.
This has had the surprising and revealing effect of letting us see that one of the player cheats a lot. The other players, and the GM don’t seem to care, and if I publicly call him out on his shenanigan’s (in a very polite and non-accusing way), he just does it anyway and no one seems to care.

I have tried to roll with it and just ignore it, but it just feels so disrespectful to me, I think I may have to quit the group.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Elementor plugin won’t let me edit the top section

I’m using the plugin Elementor to edit my wordpress theme and it wont let me edit the top two sections. Only the one’s after. I found one solution which was to "disable Header Overlay option" and I couldn’t find that. Then the other was to change the page layout settings (in elementor) to "Elementor Canvas" and when I did that it didn’t even show the top two sections. I am completely new to both WordPress and Elementor so can someone help me find a way around this? Thanks.Third Section Allows Editing

First Section/Second No Editing

How to deal with player who won’t roleplay, insists character-friction is bad, and doesn’t take the game seriously?

Edit- I’d browsed most of problem-players and still felt we needed more info, or more allegorical advice from experienced gamers but am now seeing stuff in gm-techniques I had missed that is somewhat relevant, if this question is redundant then I won’t begrudge it being moderated and locked or deleted, but I would still like to request some more specific advice.

I know this is a bit of an amalgamation of other similar questions on here, but this feels a little more of a specific case. The GM encouraged me to post this here to try and get some advice since we’re both kind of stumped.

I’m a player in a 3-person group (four including the gM) playing the modern Conan game. Three of us are close friends and the third party member is the girlfriend of the other party member, which is to say that this is a tight group and "booting someone from the game" is basically the nuclear option where me and the GM would potentially fracture off and form a new group with people we know, the least preferable option all things considered.

We’re continuously getting in to arguments about how the game should be played and how roleplaying and mechanics should work (specifically the more vague "non-dice roll" mechanics). The problem party member is consistently at arms with me when I insist that we should be in character more often, or that I’m not "acting in character", or that he doesn’t understand my character (which the GM understands very well, it’s just not a one-dimensional character like his is winding up to be), or that "it won’t be fun if your (my) character has a fleshed out backstory and the GM just turns it into an adventure about your guy."

The problem here is that the GM has pretty specifically stated that this is a "Roleplaying" game and the entire purpose of us playing this is to roleplay. When I (and the gm backs me up) suggest we should try and stay more in character, and use out of character chat more specifically, he basically said that it’s "cringe and I’m not going to go "OOC!!!!!" to talk about things." The problem here is that him and his girlfriend spent literally an hour and a half arguing over a plan in a very split second sort of hostage negotiation where I was set aside to ambush in case things go wrong. After everyone was clearly getting fed up with him trying to hatch some scheme where we come out on top with every reward and absolutely no bad things on our end I roleplay my guy coming up and basically ending the negotiation preemptively with a demand and ultimatum. I do this without consulting them, hoping to throw in some "surprise" to the entire thing. This goes over horribly and results in a huge fight over "we’re a team and we HAVE to always work together." The girlfriend has never played a tabletop and is sort of only here because he is, so she takes his side heavily and insists we have to always have perfect group cohesion or come to a mutual agreement before acting.

The problem with this is that the problem player in question constantly acts of his own accord without consideration for anyone else, but he’s almost never actually roleplaying. His character so far has consisted almost solely of acting like a toddler (playing "keep away" with an amulet an NPC is demanding back that he had stolen and acting confused that she isn’t "friends" with his character despite the fact that we basically murdered the entire group she was with before this). Of note is that he basically kidnapped this NPC for no in character reason just to "see what would happen."

During this amulet keep away, I once again try to have my character swoop in and grab the amulet away and toss it to the NPC and give him some light knock on the head and a quip about "If it’s baubles you want, I’ll treat you to some, let’s keep moving." I tried using advice I’d found in similar questions on here to encourage him to roleplay the situation, or do a pvp skill test to resolve the situation, but he got livid and insisted it was terrible and both him and his girlfriend compared it to "stealing from player characters at night with no consequences," a thing that both the GM and I rebuked were not remotely similar at all, as one was directly encouraging roleplay and in-group friction that isn’t necessarily conflicting. I even offered a friendly "out" for him to benefit by offering to buy him things at the market.

Because of him acting like this, and constantly challenging both me and the GM (for instance his character sheet was very wrong because he didn’t read anything in creation and just sped through in 15 minutes [it took me 4 hours and even took the GM like an hour to make a random gen character], but he got pouty about the fact that the GM said he had to rebalance it to be not broken), his girlfriend is basically staying silent and not roleplaying at all, despite having implied that she was interested in trying to get in to her backstory.

In addition, the GM has specifically requested us to give him a fleshed out backstory for incorporating story elements along the lines, to which he insists is "not fun and it’s more fun to make things up and develop our characters from a blank sheet as we go." Which is to say he basically wants to play a video game where nothing matters.

The biggest problem here is that he is the one who was the most insistent on wanting to play a tabletop RPG, but he both says he doesn’t want it to be "combat focused", but also consistently refuses to engage with roleplay in any meaningful way, and actively fights against it if anything happens that isn’t the literal perfect outcome for his character outside of dice rolls.

Sorry for the long post, but this feels like a pretty complex situation considering his girlfriend is constantly getting annoyed with him despite her always taking his side on things that the GM takes my side on, and it’s ruining the fun for everyone in different ways. The GM constantly has no idea how to handle the situation because his character is acting like a toddler, his girlfriend is bored out of her mind because he constantly overtakes any attempts of ours to have character agency, and I’m having no fun because I’m constantly being told to just not play my character and be a mindless video game companion character.

Is there any way for us to salvage this situation? Any last ditch efforts to try? Do we ultimately just have to have the GM message him and say "this is how I want to play the game, please take it more seriously or we will just have to stop"? The GM set up scenarios that will hopefully encourage him to roleplay, and I’ve been trying to stay in character (and the GM says he will force an in character resolution, instead of bending to his will that it’s not what he wants to happen, or at least a dice roll one, the next time there is friction between his and my character) in order to try and encourage him to roleplay.

Edit for clarity and as a TL;DR – The problem here is basically that the player refuses to actually get in to character, insists that "roleplaying is cringe" despite being the one who specifically wanted to play this game and said he didn’t want it to be a "combat exclusive" adventure (ie lots of roleplaying). He’s hostile towards anything not going his way or any "trolley car" situations he can’t BS his way into derailing the trolley car to save everyone and also find 5 gold on the ground. Any friction (that the GM says is good and interesting) between player characters is taken as a personal offense by him and leads to fighting between me and the GM and him and his girlfriend. He refuses to develop any sort of backstory for his character and is dragging down the entire party, but the group will stop existing without him since his gf would leave, so we’d like suggestions on how to push him in to actually roleplaying / taking things a bit more seriously and treating it less like he’s the protagonist of Oblivion or something.

The GM is linked to this question per his request, so any GM specific advice for him or player specific advice for me are both welcomed.

WordPress won’t save any post

my issue is similar to the one addressed in this question (WP won't save changes in post (any)

Long story short: all of a sudden 3 wordpress install stopped working. I type a post, hit "save as draft" – or publish – and everything seems fine at first look, but actually the post is not saved. If I go back to the dashboard > All posts, the post has been saved with title "Quick draft" and is completely emtpy. Also permalink is not saved. Oddly enough I can save a draft post using the dashboard home feature – the small box that lets you add content quickly from the dashboard home page. I can also upload images but I cannot set a featured image – the loader keeps spinning but the image is not attached to the post.

I suspected a cache issue, so I cleared the cache from my Hosting panel, but had no luck. I tried the Health Check diagnostic, but the plug-in diagonstic was fine. I disabled all the plug-ins, reverted to TwentyTwenty theme, cleared cache again, but still no way to save a post.

I contacted the hosting provider had a chat with a customer care rep who flushed the cache and I manage to save one post, but after that I had the same problem again. WordPress is up-to-date (version 5.5.1) and the dev versions of two of the websites work on my local install – so I don’t think it’s a plug-in conflict. As a workaround I managed to write the post on the local version, export it and then importing on the live website and it works, except that the post doesn’t have a featured image (it doesn’t get imported).

The hosting provider says it’s a development issue and I should ask a developer, since everything’s ok on their side.

Any suggestion before changing the hosting provider?