transactions – Extremely high fees for sending BTC with the Android Electrum wallet

I wanted to experiment with Android BTC mobile wallets and came across Electrum.

I only have one transaction entry in this wallet, from my Binance account.

I have a balance of 0.002BTC.

When trying to send the maximum value of my balance, I get a value of 0.001BTC (about 2.89GBP).

The fee says 25 blocks .. 2.5 sat / byte.

I do not know why it costs 0.001BTC to send 0.001BTC?

Link building is extremely slow

I am a beginner. I hope everyone can help me solve the problem.
I have bought GSA Ranker, GSA Content Generator and Captcha Breaker. And use 10 semi-dedicated proxy servers from buyproxies.org.
When I ran GSA Ranker, building links is extremely slow. 5 backlink checked in more than 5 hours. My setting is completely identical to the Matthewwoodward tutorial. I clicked all the search engine options, but it still did not work.
I was just wondering what I could do. Help me!

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SQL Server – The request does not respond and becomes extremely slow

I already have a database in SQL Server 2014 and after upgrading to 2016 and 2017, this problem occurs.

By the way, after a year, the data has also gone up

SQL Server Enterprise

About my server:

2x Xeon E52670

32 GB of RAM

4X SSD 240 Raid 10 writing

Windows Plesk

Dedicated server only for this site

Problem:
Cpu just use 10% 50% free RAM but after a few queries database completely slow
response to a simple query after 30 seconds

I could only restart it every 15min or less

Do I have to set the SQL server?

I do not know why SQL does not use more resources faster

Do I have to use such MSSQL to use all the resources of this database?

Role play – How can I play an extremely distant character?

The setting is a sci-fi world of low life with hot life lifestyles provided. The essential plot will be that the Cold War turned into a real war and ruined the land and that the United States clung to their ideals of the 1950s and 2020s. A private company sends what is essentially a colony ship into the space to free oneself from communists. with the group playing as part of the colonization effort. The game master has authorized the apolitical life paths of the burning empires. I chose to be the leader and I tried to create what I thought was a character who would be chosen to lead such an operation.

I decided that the best way to do that was to make him the embodiment of the ideals that the United States had in the 1950s. The problem I have is that morality and thought patterns men in the 50s were extremely different from those I was and I'm afraid to end up playing it as a two-dimensional character with a slogan from the 50s. What I want to ask is that it's how can I properly play the role of a character with distinct thought patterns and morals compared to mine.

rooting – Fastboot commands are extremely slow

I'm trying to unlock my HTC U11 and have tried to run fastboot both packages from my Ubuntu derivative (fastboot version 1: 7.0.0 + r33-2) and platform tools (fastboot version 28.0.1-4986621).

I can see my device with adb in normal operation and with fastboot devices in download mode.

The output of fastboot getvar all is:

(boot loader) kernel: lk
(boot loader) product: htc_ocndugl
(bootloader) version: 1.0
(boot loader) maximum download size: 1562400000
(boot loader) serialno: xxx
(boot loader) number of slots: 0
(boot loader) current location:
(boot loader) imei: xxx
(boot loader) version-main: 1.27.401.11
(bootloader) boot-mode: download
(boot loader) version-baseband: xxx
(boot loader) version-bootloader: 1.0.0.0000
(boot loader) mid: 2PZC30000
(boot loader) cid: HTC__034
all:
finished. total time: 0.005s

When I try to get a token to unlock the phone, the command does not complete in a reasonable time, for example: fastboot oem get_identifier_token did not finish after hours and I unplugged the phone:

...
(boot loader) [KillSwitch] : / dev / block / bootdevice / by-name / frp
(boot loader) [KillSwitch] Last byte is 0X01, activate unlocking
FAILED (the reading of the state failed (none of these devices))
finished. total running time: 23223.012s

Has anyone seen this or can give me any guidance on what I am doing wrong?

dnd 3.5e – What methods exist to get an infinite or extremely high level of casting?

In a recent response, KRyan mentions that there are many tips for getting an infinite roll level in version 3.5. I'm not aware of many, and those I a m aware of the need to interpret worthy rules:

  • The upper power field (SpC, p.51) does not work alone (even with a permissive spell reading, it will double your unimproved launcher level to twice). However, alternating the castings of the top consumable field and the consumed field will work if you read "your original caster level" as meaning "your caster level before increasing it with this casting "and no" your front roulette level all temporary increases. "
  • The other solution I know is to combine Ur-Priest (CD, p.70) with Sublime Chord (CA, p.60) to exploit their non-standard roulette level calculations. This tip was popularized by the first window of optimization The Wish and The Word. However, I think this trick requires merging "caster level" with "levels in spell casting classes" and therefore does not work.

What other tips exist to achieve infinite or extremely high roll levels? Which ones require permissive reading of the rules and which ones are more watertight?

skin Symptoms of sensitive skin are extremely complex

skin The symptoms of sensitive skin are extremely complex. Often, the. In some cases, the skin tends to dry. Itching appears. In addition, the skin can also lose. Why should you absolutely treat sensitive skin? The outer zone of the skin constitutes the natural protective layer against all negative environmental influences from the outside. In addition, this area prevents us from losing moisture. With the sensitive skin type, however, there are many small cracks, which allows germs to more easily overcome this barrier. As a result, this can lead to inflammation and infection. Sensitive skin is considered to have fine pores, which promotes dryness of the skin and irritation of the skin.

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mysql – INNER JOIN is extremely slow on some lines and creates a temporary table

The MySQL query

SELECT `p`. *
`P.Author`. *
FROM `post` AS AS` p`
INNER JOIN `user` AS` p.Author` ON` p`.`userid` = = `p.Author`.`userid`
WHERE ((`p`.`threadid` = 29780)
AND (`p`.`parentid` <> 0))
AND```visible` IN (1, 2)
ORDER BY `p`.`dateline`,
`p`.`postid`
LIMIT 10 offset 0 

takes about ~ 800ms to 1000ms and creates a temporary table with all lines user table (about 17k)

explain the result

Strangely, this does not appear on other threads. To change the threaded filter at 29781

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Sure threadid = 29781 the PK is used as planned. So, this query is a lot faster and took only about 0.000056ms on my test server where threadid = 29780 ran for close to a second. Can not explain why the first case creates a temporary table: user.userid is PK.

Tested on MariaDB 10.2 and 10.3 running on Docker.

Context

I use the Entity Framework Core to query an existing vBulletin database. The above query is part of a query generated by EF, which must extract responses from a thread. In the tests, I found the query on an extremely slow test thread. So, I break down the query above.

Here are the definitions of the table:

to post

CREATE TABLE `post` (
`postid` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`threadid` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`parentid` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`username` VARCHAR (100) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`userid` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`title` VARCHAR (250) NOT NULL DEFAULT '#
`dateline` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`pagetext` MEDIUMTEXT NULL DEFAULT NULL,
`allowmilie` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`showsignature` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`ipaddress` VARCHAR (45) NOT NULL DEFAULT '#
`iconid` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`visible` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`attach` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`offense` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`reportthreadid` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`post_thanks_amount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`htmlstate` ENUM ('off', on ', on_nl2br') NOT NULL DEFAULT 'on_nl2br',
`isForeign` INT (1) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
PRIMARY KEY (`postid`),
INDEX `threadid` (` threadid`, `userid`),
INDEX `threadid_visible_dateline` (` `threadid`,` visible`, `dateline`,` userid`, `postid`),
INDEX `ipaddress` (` ipaddress`),
INDEX `dateline` (` dateline`),
INDEX `userid` (` userid`, `parentid`),
INDEX `user_date` (` userid`, `dateline`)
)
COLLATE = & # 39; latin1_swedish_ci & # 39;
MOTOR = MyISAM
;

user

CREATE TABLE `user` (
`userid` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`usergroupid` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`membergroupids` CHAR (250) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`displaygroupid` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`username` VARCHAR (100) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`password` CHAR (32) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`passworddate` DATE NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1000-01-01 & # 39;
`email` CHAR (100) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`styleid` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`parentemail` CHAR (50) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`homepage` CHAR (100) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`icq` CHAR (20) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`like' CHAR (20) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`yahoo` CHAR (32) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`msn` CHAR (100) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`skype` CHAR (32) NOT NULL DEFAULT '#
`showvbcode` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`showbirthday` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 2 & # 39;
`usertitle` CHAR (250) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`customtitle` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`joindate` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`daysprune` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`lastvisit` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`lastactivity` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`lastpost` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`lastpostid` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`posts` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`reputation` INT (11) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 10 & # 39;
`reputationlevelid` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`timezoneoffset` CHAR (4) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`pmpopup` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`avatarid` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`avatarrevision` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`profilepicrevision` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`sigpicrevision` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`options` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 33570831 & # 39;
`birthday` CHAR (10) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`birthday_search` DATE NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1000-01-01 & # 39;
`maxposts` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; -1 & # 39;
`startofweek` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`ipaddress` VARCHAR (45) NOT NULL DEFAULT '#
`referrerid` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`languageid` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`emailstamp` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`threadedmode` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`autosubscribe` SMALLINT (6) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; -1 & # 39;
`pmtotal` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`pmunread` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`salt` CHAR (30) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`ipoints` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`offenses` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`warnings` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0 #
`infractiongroupids` VARCHAR (255) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`offensegroupid` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT '0'
`adminoptions` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`profilevisits` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`friendcount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`friendreqcount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`vmunreadcount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`vmmoderatedcount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`socgroupinvitecount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`socgroupreqcount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`pcunreadcount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`pcmoderatedcount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`gmmoderatedcount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`post_thanks_user_amount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`post_thanks_thanked_posts` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`post_thanks_thanked_times` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`xperience` BIGINT (20) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`xperience_done` SMALLINT (6) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`xperience_level` SMALLINT (6) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`xperience_levelp` SMALLINT (6) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`xperience_next_level` BIGINT (20) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`xperience_next_level_points` BIGINT (20) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`xperience_ppd` FLOAT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`xperience_awards` MEDIUMTEXT NULL DEFAULT NULL,
`xperience_shopitems` MEDIUMTEXT NULL DEFAULT NULL,
`xperience_achievements` MEDIUMTEXT NULL DEFAULT NULL,
`xperience_lastupdate` INT (10) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`xperience_awardcount` SMALLINT (6) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`xperience_promotioncount` SMALLINT (6) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`xperience_achievementcount` SMALLINT (6) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`ENUM`ncode_imageresizer_mode` (& quot; none & # 39; enlarge & # 39 ;, & quot; samewindow & quot ;, & quot; newwindow & quot;) NULL DEFAULT NULL,
`ncode_imageresizer_maxwidth` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NULL DEFAULT NULL,
`ncode_imageresizer_maxheight` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NULL DEFAULT NULL,
`vbseo_likes_in` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`vbseo_likes_out` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`vbseo_likes_unread` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`itrader_total` INT (10) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`itrader_pcnt` INT (10) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`itrader_buy` VARCHAR (255) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`itrader_sell` VARCHAR (255) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`assetposthash` VARCHAR (32) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39;
`fbuserid` VARCHAR (255) NOT NULL,
`fbjoindate` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`fbname` VARCHAR (255) NOT NULL,
`logintype` ENUM ('vb', 'fb') NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; vb & # 39;
`fbaccesstoken` VARCHAR (255) NOT NULL,
`newrepcount` SMALLINT (5) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`bloggroupreqcount` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT # 0;
`showblogcss` INT (11) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`vsafrules_date` INT (10) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`vsafrules_sets` VARCHAR (40) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0'
`showvsastats` TINYINT (1) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`ars_count` INT (10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`indexpage` INT (11) NULL DEFAULT NULL,
`isForeign` INT (1) NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`stylechoosen` INT (1) UNSIGNED NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`recent_thankcnt` INT (3) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 0 & # 39;
`recent_thankact` TINYINT (1) NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`uloShowDesktopNotifications` INT (1) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT & # 39; 1 & # 39;
`source` VARCHAR (50) NULL DEFAULT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (`userid`),
INDEX `usergroupid` (` usergroupid`),
INDEX `username` (` username`),
INDEX `birthday` (` birthday`, `showbirthday`),
INDEX `birthday_search` (` birthday_search`),
INDEX `referrerid` (` referrerid`),
INDEX `post_thanks_thanked_times` (` post_thanks_thanked_times`),
INDEX `fbuserid` (` fbuserid`),
INDEX `email` (` email`),
INDEX `lastactivity` (` lastactivity`),
INDEX `post_thanks_thanked_times_2` (` post_thanks_thanked_times`),
INDEX `itrader_total` (` itrader_total`)
)
COLLATE = & # 39; latin1_swedish_ci & # 39;
MOTOR = MyISAM
;

systemd – ubuntu boot time 18.04 extremely slow

I have therefore already reviewed many suggestions from this website and have tried several, but they all differ and I have the impression that these are very specific issues for which I do not have any the expertise needed to find the case that applies to me.

Here is my result for the blame of systemd-analysis

1min 59.160s plymouth-quit-wait.service
33.950s apt-daily.service
7.276s NetworkManager-wait-online.service
2.292s apt-daily-upgrade.service
754ms fwupd.service
397ms dev-sda6.device
375ms systemd-logind.service
362ms of plymouth-start.service
230ms NetworkManager.service
209ms udisks2.service
169ms networkd-dispatcher.service
160ms systemd-timesyncd.service
147ms systemd-resol.service
135ms ModemManager.service
123ms apparmor.service
104ms accounts-daemon.service
100ms keyboard-setup.service
99ms systemd-journal-flush.service
91ms systemd-udevd.service
75ms upower.service
71ms systemd-udev-trigger.service
69ms plymouth-read-write.service
62ms systemd-rfkill.service

And here's what I get from the critical chain of systemd-analysis:

graphical.target @ 2min 330ms
└─multi-user.target @ 2min 330ms
└─kerneloops.service @ 8.446s + 7ms
Network-online.target @ 8.441s
EtworkNetworkManager-wait-online.service @ 1.164s + 7.276s
.SNetworkManager.service @ 932ms + 230ms
Busdbus.service @ 877ms
.Basic.target @ 872ms
Ocketssockets.target @ 872ms
└─uuidd.socket @ 872ms
└─sysinit.target @ 868ms
Systemd-timesyncd.service @ 707ms + 160ms
Systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service @ 672ms + 31ms
└─local-fs.target @ 671ms
Unrun-user-122.mount @ 1.340s
Wswap.target @ 623ms
└─dev-disk-by  x2duuid-19af8e87  x2d864e  x2d4148  x2d
└─dev-disk-by  x2duuid-19af8e87  x2d864e  x2d4148  x

These are some of the things I noticed that were added to most of these questions; so I thought they could help too.

I run ubuntu 18.04 LTS in a dual boot configuration with GRUB. My version of grub is 2.02-2ubuntu8.9.