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I have a Python script that I'm working on where I would like to iterate through a list of ID values at the end of a URL.
This is my script so far where I would like to replace the 555 portion of the url with a list of ID values such that the script would do a POST for each of them. How can I accomplish that?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 21:09
You can use a
for loop, with the
range function to create a list of ids:
I have a react application (Node back end) running on Heroku (free option) connecting to a MongoDB running on Atlas (also free option). When I connect the application from my local machine to the Atlas DB all is fine and data retrieved (all 108 K records) in about 10 seconds, smaller amounts (4-500 records) of data in much less time. The same request from the application running on Heroku to the Atlas DB fails. The application running on Heroku can retrieve a small number of records (1-10) from the same collection of (108 K records), in less than a second. As soon as I try to retrieve a couple of hundred records the system fails. Below are the logs. I included the section of the logs that show a successful retrieval of 1 record and then failing on the request for about 450 records.
I have three questions:
- What is the cause of the issue?
- Is there a work around in the free option of Heroku?
- If there is no work around in the free option, what Heroku pay level will I need to get to and what steps will I need to take to get this working? I will probably upgrade in the future but want to prove all is working before going in that direction.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 18:09
You're running out of heap memory in your node server. It might be because there's some statement that uses a lot of memory. You can try to find that or you can try to increase node memory like this.
I am using ngx-bootstrap 5.x.x in my Angular 8 project but now I have migrated my Angular v8 to v11 and I start facing issues with dropdown. It does not open on first click. I find they are recommended to use v7.0.0 but when I install it using...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 05:40
Since 7.0.0 is a Release candidate version, you should mention -rc and version. it becomes
npm i email@example.com
you can see install command from here.
it is ready to go out, but it isn't proven yet so it's not ready to be marked as a stable release quite yet. You can think of it as a mature beta release. for more details, you can visit wikipedia
I need to upload a v8 heap dump into an AWS S3 bucket after it's generated however the file that is uploaded is either 0KB or 256KB. The file on the server is over 70MB in size so it appears that the request isn't waiting until the heap dump isn't completely flushed to disk. I'm guessing the readable stream that is getting piped into
fs.createWriteStream is happening in an async manner and the
await with the call to the function isn't actually waiting. I'm using the v3 version of the AWS NodeJS SDK. What am I doing incorrectly?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 03:53
Your guess is correct. The
createHeapSnapshot() returns a promise, but that promise has NO connection at all to when the stream is done. Therefore, when the caller uses
await on that promise, the promise is resolved long before the stream is actually done.
async functions have no magic in them to somehow know when a non-promisified asynchronous operation like
.pipe() is done. So, your
async function returns a promise that has no connection at all to the stream functions.
Since streams don't have very much native support for promises, you can manually promisify the completion and errors of the streams:
I was able to run my react app locally without issues, however when i deployed app to heroku I got OOM errors. It's not the first time I deploy the app, however this time I add OKTA authentication which apparently cause this issue. Any advise on how to resolve this issue will be appreciated....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 09:13
Try to add NODE_OPTIONS as key and --max_old_space_size=1024 in Config Vars under project settings
NODE_OPTIONS --max_old_space_size=1024 value.
I'm using Laravel 7.3 and need to update to 8 because of plugins needings
I'm reading the documentation but as I'm a noob as in English like in computing I have some errors and problems
First of all, I followed this :
Update the following dependencies in your composer.json file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 04:47
Conclusion: don't install cviebrock/eloquent-sluggable 7.0.2 (conflict analysis result)
It clearly states in the package doc's that you need version 8 of the package for laravel 8.
I'm new to this topic and i got stuck while reviewing a pseudo code thrown by a de-compiler.
I got this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 23:18
I'm still not at all sure what you're confused about... ... but this pseudo-code might help:
Hello great people of SO!
I hope you all have a good day and have a good health
Note: I'm not good at SQL
Sorry for bad english, but I will try my best to explain my issue
I'm using Laravel v8.x for my app, and after setting up model relationships, events, queues, etc, now I'm working for SQL
ATM, I have 2 Models,
5 record for
2 record for
3 records for
Table: (Using faker)
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-06 at 19:37
If I run on my recent laravel install, with my proposed change for one of your issues, version 7.19.1, I get this query:
I would like to use
purrr:pluck() to apply
data.table::fcase() rules to elements within a nested list and update the list by reference.
I can accomplish a working output using
dplyr::mutate() but this output is in an unnested format and does not update by reference like
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 20:20
Consider updating the object and then return the data
Question for v8 experts.
As we know, if the "shape" of the object does not change, v8 stores the object properties in a special array, and access them by index, which results in very fast access. I may be wrong on the details.
As described in this blog post from 2018, the size limit for this array is 1022.
Is this information still correct? Perhaps there were some improvements on this recently?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 19:48
While I don't know how that blog post arrived at that number, the current value of
kMaxNumberOfDescriptors is 1020, and the maximum number of entries in a
PropertiesArray is 1023. Not sure why there's a difference, also not sure it matters... In a quick test, it seems that 1020 is the effective maximum, but maybe I'm overlooking some way to make an object grow to 1022 properties without transitioning to dictionary mode.
Meta-observation: object handling in a JS engine is waaaay more complicated than just having a single limit. See e.g. TooManyFastProperties() for some of the fun.
if the "shape" of the object does not change, v8 stores the object properties in a special array
This is an incorrect simplification. In particular, adding properties (which constitutes a shape change) does not usually trigger a transition to dictionary mode.
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