kandi X-RAY | fleet Summary
kandi X-RAY | fleet Summary
fleet ties together systemd and etcd into a simple distributed init system. Think of it as an extension of systemd that operates at the cluster level instead of the machine level. This project is quite low-level, and is designed as a foundation for higher order orchestration. fleet is a cluster-wide elaboration on systemd units, and is not a container manager or orchestration system. fleet supports basic scheduling of systemd units across nodes in a cluster. Those looking for more complex scheduling requirements or a first-class container orchestration system should check out Kubernetes. The fleet and kubernetes comparison table has more information about the two systems.
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I am seriously battling with integrating my combo boxes on a form.
I have 3 combo boxes:
1- Company - cboComp - tblCompany
2- Category - cboCat - tblCategory
3- FLEET NO - cboFlt - tblFltNo
These (1&2) are then sorted(criteria) via cboComp with the row source of tblFltSetup I have setup each combo box so that they filter into each other but have only managed to figure out how to do this according to the cboComp as long as it has a value selected, and if there is no value selected in cboComp then the other 2 combo boxes show nothing to select in their drop down list. This also applies to cboFlt, cboComp & cboCat must have values else I cant select a value for cboFlt.
Basically I want the combo boxes (1,2 & 3) to show their individual full list of options in the drop down regardless if any of the other combo boxes have a value selected but I then want the combo boxes to filter according to each individual combo box accordingly If I decide to only filter by cboCat & cboFlt for example.
Is this possible and how would I do this?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-13 at 17:05
This technique is called cascading (or dependent) combobox and is a very common topic.
One approach is to use wildcard.
If comboboxes will have text values, try something like:
SELECT Category FROM tblCategory WHERE Company LIKE cboCompany & "*";
However, if comboboxes have numeric values (perhaps the primary key field), try:
SELECT CatID, Category FROM tblCategory WHERE CompID LIKE Nz(cboCompany, "*");
I have a macro function defined as below....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 18:06
First, the code to append needs to go inside
%sqlloop, if possible. If not, make a wrapper macro around %sqlloop, something like
i have bellow currently...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 15:08
work.Vars contain data like this:
Consider extending your macro to receive such input parameters:
I have a macro function defined as below....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 15:06
To the macro processor everything is text. So in your manual call you have included quotes in the values of the macro parameters. And in the CALL EXECUTE() statement you did not.
You can either re-write the macro to not require the quotes in the values. For example replace references like
Or add the quote when generating the macro call.
I am working in SAS EG and have a program that pulls from multiple databases, does some analysis, and outputs a summary table with some new data. I am now told that I need to do this dozens of times, and am very much struggling with making a loop do this in SAS with the internal proc SQL statements.
Let me try to summarize that again with a bit more detail.
takes in employee number, fleet, position and outputs a summary table about various things they did that month compared to other people in their category (mostly using proc SQL).
I need to do:
Given another table with a list of dozens of those same variables (employee number, fleet, position) I need to generate the same summary information for each of those unique employee information.
Any help is greatly appreciated! Still very new to SAS (not SQL as much) so the more descriptive the better....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-01 at 15:50
In general in SAS you would define a macro to be able to rerun a multiple step process with different variables (or any other part of the code that needs to change). This is true whether the code you want to generate include PROC SQL steps or DATA steps or any other procedures.
Replace parts of the code that vary with references to macro variables. Wrap the code in a macro definition using those macro variables as the parameters. Then call the macro for each set of parameter values.
For example if you just wanted the input to be a single variable name your macro definition might look like:
I am using
t3a.large instance for my spot fleet, however I could not launch the spot fleet in
CreditSpecifications=standard mode to save cost. Can someone tell me how can I achieve this in CFT?
Not : For EC2 we have this CFT properties to set
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-31 at 23:46
For the spot fleet I think you need to setup that option in your launch template: AWS::EC2::LaunchTemplate CreditSpecification.
I'm working on a personal project/development here. Took a job with starfleet command querying our fleet inventory of starships. I want to query the Features table and return a list of starshipId's that match a list of features. Best I've come up with is a query that will return any one match. However I want to return starshipid for starships that have every feature listed in query. Please see picture.
What I've tried so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-29 at 14:00
You are close. If you know that conditions do not overlap, you can just count them
I'm building React app : Fleet car manager. So I have a Slice for user which looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-25 at 23:55
You need to use
dispatch(getUsersData()) instead of
getUsersData() and it should work.
I'm in a case where i use a builder to use factory to create CombatUnit for my project, as show in the schema (please note that I have an abstract factory, but i wouldn't complexify it for nothing).
The thing is, i'm creating arrays of arrays and i'm using unique_ptr to protect from memory leaks. But i can't find if i'm overusing smart_pointer for nothing, here why...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-20 at 19:34
C++ is Unique_ptr pertinent for vectors of vectors
That's for you to decide, but only rapidly looking at the code without other knowledge of the infrastructure, I would say that this is a heavy, terrible code smell. I would simply use the vector as is. It's lighter, safer, simpler, and faster.
A pointer to a STL containe is usually a strong indicator of code smell, and a pointer to a STL container that contains pointer to STL containers has even a stronger code smell. This would simply not pass review and I would urge to simplify.
Owning pointers to STL containers should practically not exist in a code, unless there is some class that encapsulate very special memory management through container pointers, but they should not escape that class. And even then, you can manage memory and reuse with simple container values.
You should give value semantics a try! It helps local thinking and usually make code simpler.
Now for the non opinion based part of the question.
Let's drop the superfluous unique pointers in your code so it's easier to explain:
This is the HTML code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-18 at 13:20
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