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I am reading in a file (see below). The example file has 13 rows....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-07 at 08:07
Inside the ForEach scope, you have access to the counter
vars.counter (or whatever name you've chosen since it's configurable).
You will need to iterate over each chunk of records for adding the position for each one. You can use something like:
Basically what I am trying to achieve is to enforce function to return a correct type based on the key passed to the function. So if the key is
service1 the correct return type should be
Payloads['service1']. How can I achieve this?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-03 at 13:19
TypeScript doesn't know the type of
S in the body of the function, so it expects you to pass all properties to make sure
Payloads[S] is fulfilled. But you can trick TypeScript! By changing the return type to
Payloads[keyof Payloads] it means one of the options, and you don't get any error.
Now this has changed the public method signature, but we don't want that. To make this work we have to use
function declarations, because they allow overloads. We are going to add one overload to the function, which is the old signature:
I have been using Logs Explorer to inspect my Firebase Google Cloud Function.
The cloud function works as expected, so I was surprised to find various
DEBUG severity logs in Logs Explorer.
Also when looking at those logs there isn't any clear information for the cause or problem.
So why am I seeing these
DEBUG severity logs and what do they mean?
Here is a screenshot of the
DEBUG logs in Logs Explorer:
And here are the payloads of each
DEBUG log 1:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-01 at 11:02
From the documentation,
Internal system messages have the DEBUG log level.
I'm using Celery with a Redis broker to do some "heavy" processing for my Django app. Everything is running locally in Docker containers on WSL2.
The tasks output a JSON which is roughly 2.5 Mb large and it takes up to 9 seconds to retrieve the result via
get() in the Django app. For smaller payloads, the time goes down
I tried increasing the RAM and the CPU for WSL2 up to 6 CPUs and 8Gb RAM. Celery was configured with
I've tried using different result_backend configuration with similar results:
- SQLite with SQLAlchemy
I tried setting an interval when using SQLite (doesn't matter for RPC & Redis) with a 0.5sec improvement
I also tried changing the result_serializer from JSON to pickle for poorer performance. But I don't think the serializer is the culprit here as serializing / deserializing the same JSON is pretty fast in console...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-26 at 13:54
In general, Redis has a reputation for being bad at dealing with large objects and is not generally intended to be a large object store. You're better off using a general purpose RDBMS or a file store and returning a key to where the JSON can be retrieved.
I am trying to scrape this website for the data in the table: https://investor.vanguard.com/etf/profile/overview/ESGV/portfolio-holdings
I have inspected the website and found that the data came from a JSON table through an external link. This is my code trying to target that link through headers and payloads:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-26 at 12:28
It seems their endpoint requires the
Referer header to be set to
I need to send some messages (as vectors), and they need to be sent as the same length. I want to pad the vectors with zeros if they are not the right length.
Let's say that we need all payloads to be of length 100. I thought I could use the
extendfunction and do something like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-22 at 20:55
You can fix your code with
I have a dataframe with the following structure:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-18 at 10:35
If want working by special functions is possible use
.apply like your solution or list comprehension:
I am trying to store each input payload received to my Java REST API as a separate file into s3. A parent level folder will be created for storing request payloads per day under the s3 bucket.
Input can range between 1 request to upto one million requests per day. Each payload file is tiny, just around 500 bytes.
Storage structure is as below,...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-13 at 13:46
AWS S3 has a limit of 3,500 PUT/COPY/POST/DELETE or 5,500 GET/HEAD requests per second per prefix in an Amazon S3 bucket.
There are no limits to the number of prefixes that you can have in your bucket. Best way is to efficiently create partitions in terms of prefixes to avoid the bottleneck during simultaneous upload.
Suggestion is to compute a hash dynamically to name a prefix. You can find best practices to create prefixes under,
I am trying to verify the signature of my webhooks from github. Following their documentation, there is only an example for ruby:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 12:09
I've just created a test Github webhook and was able to successfully verify a push event in Lucee using the following basic code:
Basically what I want to do is get photos from another endpoint in spacex API. The photos are on endpoint rockets/rocket_id, and im trying to get them but always gets an empty values. spaceX api is someone want to see it : https://docs.spacexdata.com/...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-09 at 20:31
The issue is coming from the URL. You need "http://" or "https://".
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