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bitcoind – libbboost cannot open shared object

Background: I compile bitcoind on one system but run it on another. When I compiled bitcoind 0.19.1 some time back using the following method, I was able to run bitcoind and bitcoin-cli on the target system without issue

./configure --disable-wallet --disable-tests --disable-bench --disable-gui --enable-util-tx=no --prefix=$HOME/bitcoind/x64 --exec-prefix=$HOME/bitcoind/x64
make && make install

Today I compiled v0.20.0 using the same method. If I run ./bitcoind -version on the system I compiled the binary it runs fine, but if I take the binary to my target system I get the following error:

./bitcoind: error while loading shared libraries: libboost_filesystem.so.1.67.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

The binary seemed to be portable last time, and the pre-compiled binary I download from the Bitcoin Core team runs fine.

Note that on the target system libboost-filesystem-dev and libboost-filesystem1.67-dev are not installed, this is likely the source of my error. That said, running the pre-compiled binary from the Core team runs, so why doesn’t mine?

Can someone help me understand if I did something wrong or if I need to add ./configure flags to make the binary more portable? Specifically what I likely did differently than the core developers that made my binary fail where theirs worked?

EDIT 1: Running ./configure --enable-static or ./configure LDFLAGS=-static does not result in a portable binary either.

Also note that installing libboost-filesystem library with apt does fix the error.

shared folders – Cannot copy SWF file to Windows file server

I’m trying to archive a bunch of files to a Windows file server in a corporate environment. I’m stuck on a file named history.swf, which fails to copy with an access denied error.

Testing a bit further, I found that

echo test > \serversharetest.txt

works just fine, whereas

echo test > \serversharetest.swf

fails with “Access is denied”.

Does anyone know why this may happen or what I can do to further diagnose this issue?

architecture – Is shared message types a design smell?

Yes I think it can be a design smell. For example:

I think the issue your example displays is a faulty separation of concerns. For example, when looking at your example, I have to ask some questions:

  • Does the Shelf Service only shelve books that are owned by the Owner Service?
  • Does it make sense for the Shelf Service to try to shelve books that were just released by the Publisher Service?

and more along those lines.

As I look at what you described, there are multiple services that deal with “Books”. However, what might be really at issue is PurchasedBook, PublishedBook, etc.

Sometimes that separation of concerns can simply be managed by having separate queues. The “Book” message on the Purchased queue is inherently different than the “Book” message on the Published queue. You can route those queues between services and keep them as separate things.

Design Smell doesn’t always mean Design Problem

A design smell isn’t always indicative of a bad (i.e. failed) design. You have to go through and vet the design and make sure there are real problems that should be solved. For example:

  • Asynchronous systems cannot guarantee message order unless the same producer generates both messages. As long as two autonomous services generate the messages you cannot guarantee message order.
  • Is it clear where failures can be introduced, and are those failures by choice (i.e. design), or is it just something that happens sporadically.

If everything checks out, it isn’t necessarily bad design, but at the very least a confusing one. If things are working, you might find that “fixing” the design will lead to system instability until you resolve all the edge cases.

Track Bandwidth on shared interface

On our servers running FreeBSD, we’ve allocated multiple public ip addresses to host different clients on single eth0 interface. The purpose of allocating separate ip to each client is to distinguish their traffic from one another.

Now the problem is, as each of our clients is using separate ip but interface/port is same due to which monitoring tools like nload and iftop are only able to track cumulative interface bandwidth and to track how much bandwidth each client is consuming we need to calculate bandwidth usage based on public ips that are allocated to each client. Please suggest some tools or ways of achieving this?

synchronization – How to sync my local files in a shared Google drive folder?

You will find detailed instructions to your answer within the Back up & sync files with Google Drive and the Drive File Stream help pages, depending on the kind of account you have.

Having already gone through the first step (Choose a sync solution), you can Turn on sync for your organization.

As a quick reference for the differences between the two options (Compare Backup and Sync & Drive File Stream) please read the following:

|               Compare Backup and Sync & Drive File Stream               |                 |                   |
|                                                                         | Backup and Sync | Drive File Stream |
| Use files in My Drive                                                   | Yes             | Yes               |
| Use files in shared drives                                              | No              | Yes               |
| Sync only selected folders in My Drive                                  | Yes             | Yes               |
| Sync only individual files in My Drive                                  | No              | Yes               |
| Use native apps, like Microsoft Office & Photoshop                      | Yes             | Yes               |
| See who's editing with real-time presence in Microsoft Office           | No              | Yes               |
| Integrates with Microsoft Outlook, Meet scheduling                      | No              | Yes               |
| Sync other folders, like Documents or Desktop                           | Yes             | No                |
| Use with your personal Google Account, like MyPersonalAccount@gmail.com | Yes             | No                |
| Use with your work or school Google Account                             | Maybe           | Yes               |
| Upload photos and videos to Google Photos                               | Yes             | No                |

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google drive – What happens to my file in shared folder after shared folder is no longer shared

If I upload a file into a shared folder on Google Drive, that file is automatically visible and available to everyone that has access to that shared folder. If the owner of the folder then removes the sharing from the folder (i.e. the folder becomes private), what happens to my file?

From my observation, the file still counts toward my quota, but I no longer can access this file myself. Thus the file is still eating up into my quota, yet I am unable to delete it.

In my case, it’s a 5 GB video file that was uploaded into a shared folder. I don’t care about not being able to access it (it was recorded for somebody else and uploaded into a folder shared by that somebody else). However it seems to be eating into my GDrive quota, which for the free account is only 15 GB. Thus I seem to have permanently lost a third of my quota this way.

How does this work then?

Vps over Shared hosting

What do you guys think about vps hosting over Shared Web hosting?

uploads – Merge Multisites with Shared Network Media Library

So have a multisite setup which no longer needs to be a multisite but I’m left with a bit of a mess since I used Network Media Library plugin to host images for all sites on the network. I’ll try to break it down:

  • started out with WP multisite
  • created two sites on the network
  • installed Network Media Library
  • site #1 hosted the media library
  • both sites hosted posts
  • (about a year and a lot of posting goes by)
  • pulled site #1 out of multisite to be hosted independently
  • left with multisite running site #2 but still pulling it’s media from site #1

What I want to do now is combine site #2 which contains all my posts with site #1 which contains only media. My concerns are:

  • if I merge tables there will be ID conflicts (some posts will have same ID as attachments)
  • if I use import function to bring images into posts site then images will be given new IDs and post thumbnail relations will all break
  • if I use import function to bring posts into images site then post IDs would change which can’t happen because we use the ID in the post URL

The best idea I have so far is to somehow…

  • use the WordPress import function to import all the attachments into the posts site
  • log old and new IDs into a new table in the DB as the process works
  • then iterate over all the posts switching old for new IDs in the post_meta _thumbnail_id fields
  • ideally then be left with one site which contains all the posts and attachments so I can reduce the install down to regular non-multisite.

There’s tens of thousands of posts on these combined sites so performing these functions is no small feat and really not sure where to start so I wonder if anyone has any experience of a process like this or ideas for alternative solutions.

Thanks for reading.