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I am trying to create a table (150 rows, 165 columns) in which :
- Each row is the name of a Pokemon (original Pokemon, 150)
- Each column is the name of an "attack" that any of these Pokemon can learn (first generation)
- Each element is either "1" or "0", indicating if that Pokemon can learn that "attack" (e.g. 1 = yes, 0 = no)
I was able to manually create this table in R:
Here are all the names:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-04 at 22:59
Here is the a solution taking the list of url to webpages of interest, collecting the moves from each table and creating a dataframe with the "1s".
Then combining the individual tables into the final answer
I want to create a table that looks like this:
So far I have a table I created to get the value counts but I need help with creating a table that calculates the total value of row 0 and 1. I'm using this dataset: https://github.com/fivethirtyeight/data/tree/master/bob-ross
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-02 at 03:26
I am using terraform 0.13 and latest AWS provider version and it keeps updating aws_rds_cluster_parameter_group resource on each plan and apply. Any ideas why?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-28 at 02:30
Those ghosts updates are a known, long standing issue, as evidenced by this still open, 3 year old issue on GH without a solution.
You can try updating your TF, as 0.13 is a very old version. You can also setup ignore_changes and try if this helps. If nothing works, then there is not much you can do about that. Its AWS provider and/or TF internal issue.
I have created a multi-region(e.g. two region) Aurora cluster based on MySql engine. It has primary cluster with 1 writer and 1 reader instance, and secondary cluster with only Reader instances.
As per the Aurora documentation here, following command in secondary region on reader instance, can forward any write call to primary cluster writer instance....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-26 at 15:43
After reading through the Aurora documentation again, I realise that write forwarding from secondary region only works when property aurora_replica_read_consistency is set for each session.
Always set the aurora_replica_read_consistency parameter for any session for which you want to forward writes. If you don't, Aurora doesn't enable write forwarding for that session.
To make this possible, each DB connection made by application need to execute this command:
I guess I am making a silly coding mistake, but have been trying for more than a day. I am trying to insert records onto aurora table with the parameters received as a stream from dynamodb table.
I cant seem to set the parameters on the params object correctly. I want the sql statement and the parameters on the params object to be set outside params as the right statement depends on if it is an INSERT, MODIFY or REMOVE. Here is my code -...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 20:32
Looking at examples in the documentation, you need to prefix the parameter placeholders with
:. Like this:
I was trying to claim the staked $Aurora rewards with NEAR-CLI by following this medium article but when I run the command:
NEAR_ENV=mainnet near call aaaaaa20d9e0e2461697782ef11675f668207961.factory.bridge.near storage_deposit ‘’ --accountId bailey12.near --amount 0.0125
The terminal displayed:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 17:08
Use proper single quote ' instead of ’
Our stack is nodejs with MySQL we're using MySQL connections pooling our MySQL database is managed on AWS aurora . in case of auto failover the master DB is changed the hostname stays the same but the connections inside the pool stays connected to the wrong DB. The only why we found in order to reset the connection is to roll our servers.
this is a demonstration of a solution I think could solve this issue but I prefer a solution without the set interval...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 12:22
Instead of manually monitoring the DB health, as you have also hinted, ideally we subscribe to failover events published by AWS RDS Aurora.
There are multiple failover events listed here for the DB cluster: Amazon RDS event categories and event messages
You can use and test to see which one of them is the most reliable in your use case for triggering
I have a somewhat basic understanding of Cloud Architecture and thought I would try to spin up a PostgreSQL DB in Terraform. I am using Secret Manager to store credentials......
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-30 at 18:45
You're doing a data lookup named
data.aws_secretsmanager_secret_version.credentials but you don't show the Terraform code for that. Terraform is going to do that lookup before it updates the
aws_secretsmanager_secret_version. So the username and password it is configuring the DB with is going to be pulled from the previous version of the secret, not the new version you are creating when you run
You should never have both a
data and a
resource in your Terraform that refer to the same thing. Always use the
resource if you have it, and only use
data for things that aren't being managed by Terraform.
Since you have the resource itself available in your Terraform code (and also the
random_password resource), you shouldn't be using a
data lookup at all. If you pull the value from one of the resources, then Terraform will handle the order of creation/updates correctly.
I'm trying to upgrade an RDS database cluster engine from Aurora PostgreSQL 9.6.19 before its end of life, I made copy and tried to upgrade to 9.6.21 and 10.16 but everytime the same problem happens:
Database cluster is in a state that cannot be upgraded: Postgres cluster is in a state where pg_upgrade can not be completed successfully.
The status of the database is Available so maybe it refers to something else but I don't know what and how to fix it, I've tried looking for answers to no avail.
Has anyone fixed this?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-21 at 18:19
pg_upgrade_internal log file will usually contain details on any failures/errors.
You can take a look on these logs using the command line:
I have an array of the names of cities. also, I have an input that I want the any input value to be searched on the array, and synchronously show the input's placeholder according to city's name that started with input value, whenever that user typing a character.
a part of cities.json:
[ "Aberdeen", "Abilene", "Akron", "Albany", "Albuquerque", "Alexandria", "Allentown", "Amarillo", "Anaheim", "Anchorage", "Ann Arbor", "Antioch", "Apple Valley", "Appleton", "Arlington", "Arvada", "Asheville", "Athens", "Atlanta", "Atlantic City", "Augusta", "Aurora", "Austin", "Bakersfield", "Baltimore", "Barnstable", "Baton Rouge", "Beaumont", . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Wilmington", "Winston", "Winter Haven", "Worcester", "Yakima", "Yonkers", "York", "Youngstown" ]
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-14 at 10:30
setState function is async, so if you want to use the newly state you have to provide a callback to
setState and use the new state inside it. So, for example, in your case you have to do something like:
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