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AWS giant data transfer


AWS giant data transfer

By : user2949091
Date : November 16 2020, 06:23 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , Answering your direct questions:
It's impossible to tell if you were under a DDoS attack by looking at those graphs. You would need to have logged the traffic to do some kind of forensics analysis. It's hard to tell if changing the IP address will solve your problem without first understanding what the problem is. You cannot setup data transfer limits.
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Giant elseif chain, giant switch, or tiny switch with functions?

Giant elseif chain, giant switch, or tiny switch with functions?


By : shan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . One more option for you: A dictionary of handler functions.
Put all your potential $_POST keys ('view_user' etc.) in an associative array pointing to the function (name) that handles them. Then, in place of your ifelse chain, iterate through the actual $_POST keys until you find a match in the array and call the associated function.
code :
// Untested, but something like this
$handlers = array(
  'view_user' => 'UserArea',
  'edit_user' => 'UserArea',
  'view_document' => 'DocManagement', // for example
  // etc...
);
foreach ($_POST as $key => $value) {
  if(array_key_exists($key, $handlers)){
    call_user_func($handlers[$key]);
  }
}
Data Entity Framework and LINQ - Get giant data set and execute a command one at a time on each object

Data Entity Framework and LINQ - Get giant data set and execute a command one at a time on each object


By : Djacir
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Speaking generally, if the operation you need to carry out is as simple as the sort of UPDATE your code above suggests, this is the sort of operation that will run far better on the back end database--assuming, of course, there's some clear way to select only the rows that need to be changed. Entity Framework is intended more for manipulating small to medium sets of objects that can easily be loaded into memory and twiddled there, not large bulk-processing operations for which stored procedures are often best. EF can certainly perform those big operations, but it will take a lot longer to execute one SQL statement per row.
how can I determine memory usage of a giant c# data set

how can I determine memory usage of a giant c# data set


By : Nima Davoodi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Use System.Diagnostics.PerformanceCounter and monitor your current process memory usage and available memory, based on this, your application should decide to delete something or not..
Denormalizing and querying a giant Couchbase data set

Denormalizing and querying a giant Couchbase data set


By : user3418800
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Let's say I have about 1Tb of SQL email data that has the following fields: , You just need a map function like this:
code :
function(doc) {
  if (doc.type == 'user')
    emit(doc.email_host, doc);
}
Baby Step Giant Step Algorithm for Discrete Log: Incorrect Giant Step

Baby Step Giant Step Algorithm for Discrete Log: Incorrect Giant Step


By : Thijs
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Modular inverses are not computed by taking real number inverses and then taking the modulus of the result. To find the multiplicative inverse of a mod p -- you need to find an integer b with ab = 1 (mod p). This can be done either by using the Extended Euclidean Algorithm or (as a shortcut) by using Fermat's Little Theorem:
code :
a**(p-1) = 1 (mod p)
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