sharepoint enterprise – Taxonomy fields are no longer connected to the term set after restoring the backup from production to acceptance

We have a SharePoint 2013 production and acceptance environment. We provisioned the term store using the PNP Core framework using a template. Thus, all of the IDs (GUIDs) for term groups, term sets, and terms are the same for both environments. The only thing that is different is the term store ID.

We now restore a backup from P to A. After that, all the taxonomy fields are no longer connected to their term sets. I have to manually reconnect the fields to the term sets. We have around 600 sitecollections, so I have to make a script or run it out of the box.

The identifiers of the term sets are the same. Do my fields have to be connected or is this the expected behavior?

Huaweii S7 Android Tablet – Restoring Internal Storage Uninstalled Accidentally

I need help. I accidentally uninstalled the internal storage of my Huweii s7. I have lost all my data. Then I tried to fix it by turning on debugging after connecting it to the PC and rebooting several times. It worked for a while, now this is no longer the case. Is there a trick to fix this problem? Thank you. J.

BitcoinJ: balance and transaction not displayed in the wallet after restoring the wallet from MnemonicCode

I created a wallet with the help of WalletAppKit on Android and made some transactions there.

Now what I am trying to do is restore this wallet from the mnemonic code (BIP39). It also returns the Wallet object but it does not contain the transactions.

Here is the ref link which describes the work with the mnemonic code and the seeds.

It also says "sync the restored wallet now as described below", but I have never found a way to sync it.

DeterministicSeed seed = wallet.getKeyChainSeed();
println("Seed words are: " + Joiner.on(" ").join(seed.getMnemonicCode()));
println("Seed birthday is: " + seed.getCreationTimeSeconds());

String seedCode = "yard impulse luxury drive today throw farm pepper survey wreck glass federal";
long creationtime = 1409478661L;
DeterministicSeed seed = new DeterministicSeed(seedCode, null, "", creationtime);
Wallet restoredWallet = Wallet.fromSeed(params, seed);
// now sync the restored wallet as described below.

restore – Need help restoring Mac OS notes

This has been asked in a few questions that are at least a year old, but I can't comment on them, so forgive me for the new question.

I transferred the notes files from the Containers folder (notesv7.storedata, notesv7.storedata-shm, notesv7.storedata-wal) as well as the notestore.sqlite file.

What I need now is a way to open these files. I have tried to download the mac-apt program but my mac will not run it because it is not created by a trusted developer (and I don't see a solution).

As I understand it, the notes app stores the notes as a database, so I need a way to enter that database and export information as .csv or similar. I don't mind retyping / copying and pasting the data, but I do need to access the data.

I hope someone can help you. These files come from my work computer, where we couldn't use iCloud, and the RAM went bad and the whole logic board has to be replaced … which means that if I can't understand this, I lose all information in my notes.

SQL server – restore to a new database when restoring the old database

The picture below says everything. I need to recover data in a two-week old backup. I have therefore restored a new database called ETLFix. However, when I started restoring my production database, ETL also went into recovery.

I suspect he restored ETLFix from a two-week old .bak file and a notification was issued saying that the backup chain was broken for ETL. Another way to say it, ELT thinks the restoration is going on as it has learned reading from an old .bak file.

How to recover my ETL production database from the restore and prevent this from happening in the future?


Partitioning – Restoring a dual boot Windows / Ubuntu

So, I had a dual boot system with Windows for games and Ubuntu for work, but I now have a separate machine for work, so I do not use this Ubuntu anymore. That's why I would like to remove Ubuntu from my computer to free up unused disk space. I currently have two SSDs: one hosting Ubuntu and the other hosting Windows. I guess removing ubuntu would be as easy as removing all the volumes on the Ubuntu SSD, but I do not want to ruin everything, so I wanted to be sure.

Here is what the Windows partition manager reports:

Disk 0 contains 3 partitions: recovery for NTFS of 529 MB, EFI for 99 MB and C for 222.9 GB NTFS.

Disk 1 contains another EFI partition for 513 MB and the Ubuntu partition for 223 GB.

What is troubling me both EFI partitions? Is it safe to remove the EFI from Disk1? Thank you in advance.

oracle – It's a good practice to always restore controlfile before restoring the database?

I am new to Oracle, but I would like to know how wise it is to always restore the backup file control file before restoring the database. I ask this question because, always when I restore the control file, I need to open the database with the option resetlogs and that I do not know if it is a good practice to do it.

If the answer is no, then when should I restore the control file?

mariadb – Restoring an individual table with Xtrabackup on the same server

I have a Mariadb Galera 3 node cluster running. Mariadb 10.2.15 (mysql Ver 15.1 Distrib 10.2.15-MariaDB, for debian-linux-gnu (x86_64) using readline 5.2) with Xtrabackup version 2.4.11 (based on MySQL server 5.7.19 Linux (x86_64) (number of revision: b4e0db5))

I've read that with xtrabackup, I could back up and restore individual tables, functionality that I need in case one of my clients needs a table and that it would need to be restored from a backup. However, it seems that restoring individual tables (and almost everything else) must be done on a new server that does not have this table / db / etc.


Importing tables
To import a table to another server, start by creating a new table with the same structure that will be imported to this server:

then throws his tablespace:

Then, copy the files mytable.ibd and mytable.exp (or mytable.cfg if you are importing files into MySQL 5.6) into the database, and then import its tablespace:

So, if I restore on the same server and not on another server, should I delete this tablespace, recreate it, then restore it or is there a less complicated way to do it?

Restoring notes on Mac OS High Sierra

I would like to see old notes that have been deleted. I've read online that notes are stored in:

  1. ~ / Library / Group Containers / NoteStore.sqlite files.


  1. ~ / Library / Containers / / Data / Library / Notes / NotesV7.storedata.

Do these contain old notes or only current notes? Thank you!

How can I automatically start the Cisco Rack Server when restoring power?

We have a server cisco ucs c240 m3 v2 that does not start automatically when restoring the power supply. I searched his BIOS for options such as "Power On Power Power Restore". Our office building is currently suffering from frequent and temporary power outages. So, is there an automatic power-up option for the Cisco C240 ​​M3 v2 rack server?