kandi X-RAY | whisper Summary
kandi X-RAY | whisper Summary
Whisper is one of three components within the Graphite project:. Whisper is a fixed-size database, similar in design and purpose to RRD (round-robin-database). It provides fast, reliable storage of numeric data over time. Whisper allows for higher resolution (seconds per point) of recent data to degrade into lower resolutions for long-term retention of historical data.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Process a metric based on a given metric
- Get the metric name from a path
- Ask a question
- Return information about a file
- Create a new archive
- Validates that a Whisper database configuration is valid
- Writes the metadata for the header
- Test if a metric is valid
- Compare the retention of the retention file
- Print diffs
- Search for metrics under the given subdir
- Update a file
- Sets the xFilesFactor for the given path
- Print summary of diffs
- Add schemas to the configObj
- Merge two files
- Print a summary of the given diffs
- Print a list of diffs
- Dump a metadata header
- Sets the aggregation method for the given path
- Walk a directory recursively
- Reads a whisper header from a dict
- Parse command line options
- Parse retention definition
- Fills the whisper archives in src to dst
- Dump whisper data
whisper Key Features
whisper Examples and Code Snippets
from twitchbot import Command @Command('COMMAND_NAME') async def cmd_function(msg, *args): await msg.reply('i was called!') from twitchbot import Command, CommandContext # other options are CommandContext.BOTH and CommandContext.WHISPER @Com
$./whisper.py -h ___ . __ . __ ___ . . / _/___ / /____ *__________/ /____ / / /___ ______ + /\ / // __ \/ __/ _ \/ ___/ ___/ __/ _ \/ / / __ `/ ___/ .' '. _/ // / / / /_/ __/ / (__ ) /_/ __/ / / /_/
$./whisper.py -s "Wow! A message through Stellar!" -a GCU2RRJHYBEIP6R6SJHLTCC32FVFGATYMTYB3ZBKT3OMPZLCTVSS7ZDH -k .bob_wallet ____ . __ . __ ___ . . / _/___ / /____ *__________/ /____ / / /___ ______ + /\ /
Trending Discussions on whisper
In my AllSong.php page, I displayed all the songs title that I have from MySQL database. When ever user click on a particular title, it'll take to that song detail page.
Currently it can navigate to the details page but how the song Id displaying in the url is not correct. The Id is always 13 for some reason so Any suggestion or help will be really appreciated.
So right now, I'm getting like this when it navigate to Details.php page...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-15 at 03:50
Update Allsong.php, you have to use foreach in order for the id-s to change for each song.
I have a problem as I can't remove brackets '(' ')' and comas ',' from my data frame
Data frame looks like this...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-09 at 15:29
You have tuples, so one option is to
How to remove characters between two brackets and brackets. For example...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 20:45
MySQL 8.0 has a new function REGEXP_REPLACE().
ELevel is enum class in a top function of Koltin, but the Code A is hard code.
So I try to use Code B, but it's wrong, how can I fix it?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 11:56
I would do it like this:
In Code A, the
ELevel is enum class, and the
fun getLevel in the enum will return a subclass by the parameter
The Code A can be compiled.
I think Code B is better, but in fact it can't be compiled ,why?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-12 at 14:14
Just like any other class, you have to put that function in a companion object if you want to call it like that instead of calling it on an instance of the class.
I'm teaching myself coding with kotlin and AS and as a self-assigned project I'm making a little game. I have 6 var integers that are used to get some random numbers and to modify those numbers in certain ways. In order to reduce the amount of code and to simplify passing those integers around to functions I have all 6 stored in a single mutable map. Most of the time when I pass them from one function to the other (or one class to the other) I need all 6, but there is one case where I only need 3 of them.
My question is this: Is it more efficient to pass just the 3 values I need? Or is that actually LESS efficient because I'm passing new copies of already existing values? I'm really not sure how that works internally
example: Would you......
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-04 at 12:09
You are over-concerned about performance. You could pass ten strings or a hundred copies of short strings like this and it's completely insignificant to performance. Think about when a web page opens on a computer 20 years ago, and thousands of words of text appears on your screen near-instantly. But when you pass a String, it is not copied. Only its memory address is copied, which is even more trivial. Regardless, it is both more efficient and cleaner code to pass the whole thing, not the individual components. Focus primarily on the cleanest-looking code and only try to optimize when you have a performance-critical section of code, like a piece of algorithm that's repeated thousands of times while the user is waiting for the result.
I am currently designing a test that uses Cypress to add up product prices in a confirmation email and compare them with the total price. I read that you use Dinero.js in Typescript. Is that right? Is there anything better? How do I instantiate a Dinero Object with my number variable? I already have this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-17 at 11:12
I solved it myself:
I want to chat, VoIP and video-conference with my friends without giving away any metadata to third parties. I thought about using Tor (Tox, Briar) and other decentralized applications (Status, something using gun.js), however there were some caveats: Briar didn't support VoIP/video, Tox should work, but for some reason I can't find enough coverage about it - it seems like not many people use it even though it should meet the above requirements. Status (whisper protocol) didn't seem well suited for VoIP/video neither. I'm not sure if there are any VoIP/video Dapps using gun.js already?
Is there any way to establish a connection via UDP hole punching that will stay, so that peers let each other know each time IP changes (our ISPs change IP every month or so) without any outside STUN/randevouz-like server?
It's not about building a peer-to-peer network, but a private point-to-point connection. If this was possible, even if our ISPs still collected metadata from it, I assume one could still hide it completely via a Tor/VPN layer on top later on....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-25 at 18:12
It is possible if you can control your home router (NAT router) and be able to set port forwarding to your own computer/device in the internal network. Many home routers have that option. Practically you have to agree with your friends on the ports to use and then let each other know the public IP of your home router.
I said ports because depending on the application/protocol you want to use, you may need more than one (e.g., one for signalling protocol, one for audio stream and one for video stream -- this is common for VoIP with Session Initiation Protocol/SIP). If you want a multi-party mesh conference call, you need more forwarded ports.
You also need to configure your chat application to use the ports where the traffic is forwarded. Some SIP client applications allow that.
Then it is about distribution among the peers of the public IPs for home routers. There is the option for dynamic DNS, where the home router can push the new IP to a dynamic DNS server on every change. This is of course a matter of the home routing having this feature. But this can be considered giving metadata to a 3rd party. Maybe there are applications that can just ping each other periodically and update on retrieving from a different IP, for security, some authentication has to be set in place to be sure the packets come from your trusted friends.
However, if you or your friends are not tech savvy, dealing with all the above can be complex. In such case I would rather rent a cheap cloud virtual machine (VM), there are plenty of options under 10$/month, and run own instance of an open source chat/voice/video conference system, such as Jitsi Meet, Matrix/Element, RocketChat or Mattermost, just to name a few. Many offer Docker images that makes it easy to run and they typically can automatically use Let's Encrypt to get TLS certificate and offer good privacy and secure communication. A domain needs to be purchased as well to make it work easy with web browsers.
A second variant would be to use the cloud VM server to create an encrypted VPN (Virtual Private Network) with some open source solution like OpenVPN or WireGuard. Then every friend will connect to the VPN, you all will be like in a local network and can use any chat app without caring about changing of home router IP.
I am trying to implement the Chinese Whispers Algorithm, but I can not figure out the issue below: the result that I want to get is like in the picture below...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-19 at 03:18
G.nodes instead of
I am making a code which takes in jumble word and returns a unjumbled word , the data.json contains a list and here take a word one-by-one and check if it contains all the characters of the word and later checking if the length is same , but the problem is when i enter a word as helol then the l is checked twice and giving me some other outputs including the main one(hello). i know why does it happen but i cant get a fix to it...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-25 at 18:33
As I understand it you are trying to identify all possible matches for the jumbled string in your list. You could sort the letters in the jumbled word and match the resulting list against sorted lists of the words in your data file.
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You can use whisper like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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