kandi X-RAY | tracer Summary
kandi X-RAY | tracer Summary
traceR consists of two modified R interpreters, one for runtime measurements called [timeR] and [r-instrumented] for analyzing runtime and memory behavior. The results are gathered in an SQLite database for convenient analysis. [timeR]: [r-instrumented]: The current version of traceR was inspired by the original traceR from the [Reactor group] at Purdue University. This version has improved usability and analysis capability compared to the original. We added profiling for vector data structures, dynamic memory and CPU utilization profiles and profiling for parallel R programs.
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I would like to display all my traces like in the examples from the moleculer-jaeger package:
Here is my moleculer.config:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 21:33
- This version already has a built-in jager tracer, see the documentation.
- In order for the events to be nested, it is necessary to transfer the context inside the actions, use
ctx.callcalls instead of
broker.call, so they will be nested.
- To quickly receive support for the moleculer, join us in discord!
I want to make the yellow block jump on the line when there are other shapes. Also, how could I make the screen to close when the yellow block touches the other blocks.
I have though about using the time module and put time.sleep for 1 seconds after
blockself.goto(0,30) then make the block go down to (0,0). However, when I did that the whole screen frozed for 1 second. This means that the time.sleep was not aimed for the blockself(yellow block) it self. Is there any way to fix this.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 02:33
We can make the yellow block vertical jump independent of the other motion using the same mechanism I gave you for the horizontal block motion,
jump() method below is invoked by the keyboard event, moving the yellow block up and down as a series of timer events:
Let say I have a matrix
W of shape
(n_words, model_dim) where
n_words is the number of words in a sentence and
model_dim is the dimension of the space where the word vectors are represented. What is the fastest way to compute the moving average of these vectors ?
For example, with a window size of 2 (window length = 5), I could have something like this (which raises an error
TypeError: JAX 'Tracer' objects do not support item assignment):
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 16:50
This looks like you're trying to do a convolution, so
jnp.convolve or similar would likely be a more performant approach.
That said, your example is a bit strange because
n is never larger than 4, so you never access any but the first four elements of
W. Also, you overwrite the previous value in each iteration of the inner loop, so each row of
new_W just contained a scaled copy of one of the first four rows of
Changing your code to what I think you meant and using index_update to make it compatible with JAX's immutable arrays gives this:
VkImage that is being used to render to an offscreen framebuffer gives a black image.
When using a rasterizer the rendered image is non-empty but as soon as I switch to ray tracing the output image is empty:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-06 at 09:08
Resolved by now:
When submitting the command buffer to the queue it would require an additional
vkQueueWaitIdle(m_queue) since ray tracing finishes with a certain latency
InMemorySpanExporter not resetting after test class is complete. This is causing
span_list = self.memory_exporter.get_finished_spans() to be empty for the 2nd test class.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 19:32
Your description was not clear but I can share why you are running into
AssertionError. This is happening because we don't allow setting global tracer provider once it is already set; link to code which does that. There can only be one global tracer provider. So, when the call to
trace.set_tracer_provider made in second test it logs warning without doing anything hence your second attempt to set pipeline was unsuccessful i.e second exporter never received the spans.
I am trying to make a Pong game and as you can see in the screenshot ( at the end of this question ), In the right hand side I have created a paddle.
Everything works fine in following code, when I press Up and Down arrows, the paddle moves up and down.
Kindly note placement of statement “ screen.update()”...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 15:41
Why is my code not working in SECOND CASE
Because you haven't put a
screen.update() everywhere you make a change that you want the user to see. Specifically the
I thought using Screen.tracer(0) disabled animation in Python Turtle Graphics. However in the following program, if you comment out
screen.update(), there is still some animation happening - the turtle trail gets drawn although the turtle doesn't "move" (or get updated). What is happening here please? Is there way to make updating the screen completely manual?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 18:26
No, screen.tracer(0) doesn't stop all animation. Some turtle commands like
screen.update() directly, some like
dot() invoke it due to other methods that they in turn invoke. You only advise the system when you call
update(), not control it completely.
update() calls where you believe you need them, and don't assume certain methods force an update, otherwise future updates of turtle might break your code. (I.e. someone might actually fix turtle.)
The following code does not work:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-30 at 03:49
No, for the reasons you mention, there's currently no way to use
jnp.unique on a non-static value.
In similar cases, JAX sometimes adds extra parameters that can be used to specify a static size for the output (for example, the
size parameter in
jax.numpy.nonzero) but nothing like that is currently implemented for
jnp.unique. If that is something you'd like, it would be worth filing a feature request.
I'm making a sequential request using Feign Builder. There are no x-b3-traceid,x-b3-spanid .. in the title of the request. That's why the log my last client appears on the zipkin.
I use spring boot 2.4.2 , spring cloud 2020.0.0 , feign-core 10.10.1 , feign-okhttp 10.10.1. I have tried spring-cloud-openfeign and i achieved wanted result. But i don't want to use this lib. There are requests when using Feign Builder and Rest Template in here. I dont' see same log at zipkin.
My Client1 App. I am sending request http://localhost:8082/...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-01 at 08:16
The problem might be related to the fact that you're creating the Feign builder manually via
Feign.builder() factory method. We're unable to instrument that call. You should create a bean (via
SleuthFeignBuilder.builder) and inject that into your code.
I've been testing the turtle library for about 3 days now. One recurring 'issue' that I've been getting is the traceback error whenever I exit my application window. The terminal displays rows of details regarding the turtle update function and it ends with:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-26 at 19:07
The problem is your loop:
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