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I have participated in many forums in the past. I miss them because of nostalgia but I also recognize that they probably wouldn't work as well these days.

Times have changed and traditional forums are clearly struggling to maintain the activity they once had.

A few forums I remember;

  • Promotion of the forum (phpBB days)
  • PhpBB communities
  • FreeForums.org support
  • Promotion source
  • Promotion hotspot (I think that's right, I wasn't as active)

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Use sha1 as a custom identifier in mongodb

I have to save a lot of documents which I am going to show on a website and I have a Mongo database to save them.

I know that mongo can automatically generate a random ID for each item in a collection and I also know that you can create a hashed index to increase the quick search.

I will be using the hash of the sha1 document (or maybe another one) as the web identifier for each document, and I was wondering if it might be a good idea to use it as a custom index on Mongo.

It doesn't matter that someone does sh1 in a random document to search for it on the web, I mean, security is not a problem because the documents will be public.

I have seen that other people have used a custom index and say it is useful

In my opinion, this would have the following advantages:

  • It's a faster way to find documents, because you can search by dominate hash and not by entire document.
  • The ID is already an index so you will save an index.
  • You can save storage space because you don't need to save the hash separately.
  • The size sha1 is smaller than the default mongo ID, so you may have more indexes in memory at the same time.

And as disadvantages:

  • You must manage the collisions manually. (I can use a "larger" hash function)
  • You have to generate the hash by yourself.
  • it will be more difficult to shorten the documents and you may have additional keys.

But are there any drawbacks?

Thank you !

Use on my new PC

Hello !

I am running GSA SER on my PC, so I just received my new laptop and I want to use GSA SER on this point. Will it automatically detect 1 device if I only work on my new laptop? or should i do something with it?

thank you,
cordially

How to get the highest rated product of each month from the next set?

productid average_rating ratings_month
1 1 1
1 3 2
1 5 3
2 2 1
2 4 2
2 1 3
3 2 1
3 3 2
3 4 3

Circular dependency table formulas from Google Sheet

I am trying to use an array formula to do this:

When the PREV column is empty, use SDM as START DATE -> IT works
When PREV is not empty, use INPUT to calculate the start date, the END DATE in the END DATE column which reff
is wrong about PREV ID -> does not work.
I have tried LOOKUP, INDEX AND OFFSET but there is still a circular dependency which I assume between the start date and the end date.
If I do with the classic formula, the first sheet (not the table), everything works. I also tried to use iterative computing but not at all!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ASUBWaWXBpcCGbRlmElCvg4qImRXICw9

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Hosting configuration for reverse proxy

I purchased a reverse proxy from a supplier for security reasons. Now I want to configure the reverse proxy.
I have already edited the DNS zones and it works, back protection is activated.
Support has stated that I need to configure access only via proxy IP and close 2 ports for security reasons.

Now, I got informed like 5 hours on how to configure this, but I can't find a working solution.
In cPanel, I don't have a firewall solution, I can only block ips.
i thought via .httacess.

It would be nice if you helped me. I'm new to this.

Best regards

Mod Security – ModSecurity does not write to new rotated log files?

I have the following log rotation configured in the operating system for nginx and modsec logs, and it works for nginx logs but not for modsec. The result for modsec is that, it has made a copy for the log file but it continues to write to the old one as follows:

-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 26996998524 Apr 30 12:00 modsec_debug.log.1
drwxr-xr-x 3 root root        4096 Apr 29 10:31 .
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root           0 Apr 29 10:31 modsec_debug.log

Can anyone tell me what i missed? Other than & # 39; kill -USR1 cat /var/run/nginx.pid& # 39 ;, should I throw something else?
Please note that the nginx runs inside a container and I have this volume mapping: /var/log/nginx:/usr/local/openresty/nginx/logs

Other info:
openresty: 1.13.6.2
Modsec: 3.0.3
OS version: Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS

/var/log/nginx/*.log {
        daily
        missingok
        rotate 14
        compress
        delaycompress
        notifempty
        create 0640 root root
        maxsize 500M
        minsize 500M
        sharedscripts
        prerotate
                if [ -d /etc/logrotate.d/httpd-prerotate ]; then 
                        run-parts /etc/logrotate.d/httpd-prerotate; 
                fi 
        endscript
        postrotate
                docker exec www-proxy /bin/sh -c 'kill -USR1 `cat /var/run/nginx.pid`'
        endscript
}

/var/log/nginx/modsec/*.log {
        daily
        missingok
        rotate 14
        compress
        delaycompress
        notifempty
        create 0640 root root
        maxsize 500M
        minsize 500M
        sharedscripts
        prerotate
                if [ -d /etc/logrotate.d/httpd-prerotate ]; then 
                        run-parts /etc/logrotate.d/httpd-prerotate; 
                fi 
        endscript
        postrotate
                docker exec www-proxy /bin/sh -c 'kill -USR1 `cat /var/run/nginx.pid`'
        endscript
}

Thank you.

New Pi camera – good for astrophotography?

Looking at the specifications, the sensor area is 29.55 square millimeters.

A full-frame camera for astrophotography measures 864 square millimeters. It collects almost 30 times more light than the weak Raspberry Pi camera.

The limited ISO range of up to ISO 800 reflects the low light collection capacity. Good full-frame cameras easily reach ISO 40,000, 50 times more than the weak 29.55 square millimeter Raspberry Pi camera. Of course, you won't be using the ISO 40,000 camera if you want noiseless results. But I believe that the Raspberry Pi camera at ISO 800 will be very similar to a good DSLR / full frame camera without mirror at ISO 40000.

For astrophotography, you want to be able to collect light. The Raspberry Pi camera does not have enough of this capacity.

It is a waste of money. But not a waste of money, because it is cheap. Its performance reflects its price. In for money.