100 KDP Interiors To Start Your Low Content Business for $3

100 KDP Interiors To Start Your Low Content Business

100 KDP Interiors To Start Your Low Content Business



Included in this 100 Interiors Big Bundle are the following Interiors:

Sewing Journal for men

Daily Planner interior

Month 30 Week Memo Notes Cliffhanger Journal


Dog Lovers Journal

Daily Journal Halloween


star mazes solved

quad mazes

Student planner

Mental Health Journal

Inventory Log Book

Reading journal

Habit tracker

Travel Planner

Running Log Book

Cycling Log Book

blank comic book

Basketball Playbook

Bear Hunting Log Book

Cheese Tasting

Chess Tactic Journal

Deer Hunting Log Book

Duck Hunting Log Book

Makeup Charts Book

Meditation Diary

Physiotherapist Journal

Scuba Diving Log Book

Diary Day book

Week planner

Accounting Ledger

address and password log book

All Mermaid book

Autograph Book

Baby Shower Guest Book

baking recipe book

Birthday Guest Book

Birthday Wishes Book

Blank pack

Blank Sketchbook

Blank Comic Book dragon theme

blog planner

blood sugar log

book collecting log book

brain storm planner

budget expense tracker

Cabin Guest Book

Cake Order Forms

care giving log book

check register

chicken egg chart journal

Cleaning Journal

client data

comic character log book

cornell notes notebook…


Learning algorithms- difference between a learner (the algorithm) having continuous access to the samples (oracle) vs getting all at start

Is there any fundamental difference between learning algorithms e.g. variants of PAC which have continuous access to examples on which to train (i.e. these are obtained as the algorithm runs, when called for), versus those which get a lump of samples from the start which they have to utilise?

sharepoint online – Running SPFx gulp bundle in Docker container takes extremely long to start – why?

I’m running SPFx builds in a Docker container which works well. The approach is described here: https://github.com/waldekmastykarz/docker-spfx I’m using WSL2 and Ubuntu.

But unfortunately running gulp build --ship takes extreemely long to start. After running the command in the Docker container there is a delay of more than 60 seconds here:

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After this long pause the build starts. Where is this pause coming from?

Running the command locally makes a pause for about 10 seconds before it starts.

I tested with a newly created SPFx project and here are the results:

gulp bundle --ship run locally:

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gulp bundle --ship in the Docker container:

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The bundling takes 38s longer in the container which would be fine (I guess). But apart from bundling the container spends 1 minute and 18 seconds doing something else. But what?? Any hints are appreciated.

What is difference between START WAL LOCATION, STOP WAL LOCATION, and CHECKPOINT indicated in the backup history file?

I am a bit confused about these locations. Could someone give a short definition for these locations.

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timescaledb – PostgreSQL does not start: FATAL: xlog flush request is not satisfied — flushed only to 0

I have a Docker PostgreSQL (TimescaleDB) developer instance with a local Linux volume mapping.

version: '3'
    image: timescale/timescaledb:latest-pg12
    # https://stackoverflow.com/a/56754077/315168
    shm_size: 1g
    container_name: dex-timeseriesdb
      POSTGRES_USER: postgres
       - $PWD/data/postgresql:/var/lib/postgresql/data

After unclean shutdown the instance no longer starts with FATAL: xlog flush request 0/2CEFA910 is not satisfied --- flushed only to 0/1B48258 error:

dex-timeseriesdb    |
dex-timeseriesdb    | PostgreSQL Database directory appears to contain a database; Skipping initialization
dex-timeseriesdb    |
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:47.330 UTC (1) LOG:  starting PostgreSQL 12.6 on x86_64-pc-linux-musl, compiled by gcc (Alpine 10.2.1_pre1) 10.2.1 20201203, 64-bit
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:47.330 UTC (1) LOG:  listening on IPv4 address "", port 5432
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:47.330 UTC (1) LOG:  listening on IPv6 address "::", port 5432
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:47.336 UTC (1) LOG:  listening on Unix socket "/var/run/postgresql/.s.PGSQL.5432"
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:47.486 UTC (21) LOG:  database system shutdown was interrupted; last known up at 2021-06-13 18:47:35 UTC
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.629 UTC (21) LOG:  database system was not properly shut down; automatic recovery in progress
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.645 UTC (21) LOG:  redo starts at 0/1B46C68
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.648 UTC (21) LOG:  invalid record length at 0/1B48258: wanted 24, got 0
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.648 UTC (21) LOG:  redo done at 0/1B48220
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.697 UTC (21) LOG:  request to flush past end of generated WAL; request 0/2CEFA910, currpos 0/1B48258
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.697 UTC (21) CONTEXT:  writing block 0 of relation base/13455/16573_vm
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.697 UTC (21) FATAL:  xlog flush request 0/2CEFA910 is not satisfied --- flushed only to 0/1B48258
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.697 UTC (21) CONTEXT:  writing block 0 of relation base/13455/16573_vm
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.701 UTC (1) LOG:  startup process (PID 21) exited with exit code 1
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.701 UTC (1) LOG:  aborting startup due to startup process failure
dex-timeseriesdb    | 2021-06-13 18:50:49.744 UTC (1) LOG:  database system is shut down

This is likely data corruption due to unclean Docker shutdown.

There is nothing important in the database. However, I would still like to learn if it is possible to recover the database in situations like this, instead of rebuilding it from the scratch or restoring from a backup.

I tested that the volume mapping is writable within the Docker instance using shell, so that should not be an issue.

See also similar question regarding FATAL: xlog flush request, but slightly different error.

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The pandemic has struck very hard on the economy. The continuing lockdown from last year has already damaged so many small and medium business. It is believed that it will take another 2 years for us to recover the losses.

After the pandemic era is gone, what will be the best option available for business? i think those businesses having online approach to its customers will yield better. So in that period, online transfer of the offline business will have better way for earning. Any online business will boost in this period.

javascript – Discord Music Bot (js) doesn’t start playing the music

Months ago my bot suddenly stopped playing songs. I didn’t change the code or something, it just didn’t work anymore (and no, it’s not because of the YouTube API). Since then I took a break of working on the bot. Now I finally want to fix this so I can use my bot again. I searched for other codes on YouTube and Websites but nothing worked. I also don’t know what causes the error since there is no error message. But I found that is has to do with this:

const dispatcher = serverQueue.connection.play(ytdl(song.url, {filter: 'audioonly' }))
    .on('finish', () =>{
        if(!serverQueue.loop) serverQueue.songs.shift()
        play(guild, serverQueue.songs(0))
    .on('error', error =>{

After the bot searched for the song, it sends the message “error” but I still don’t know what’s the problem here. Here are all the important code samples to the music function:

bot.on('message', async msg=>{
const args = msg.content.substring(prefix.length).split(" ")
const searchString = args.slice(1).join(' ')
const url = args(1) ? args(1).replace(/<(._)>/g, '$1') : ''
const serverQueue = queue.get(msg.guild.id)

        const playlist = await youtube.getPlaylist(url)
        const videos = await playlist.getVideos()
        for(const video of Object.values(videos)){
            const video2 = await youtube.getVideoByID(video.id)
            await handleVideo(video2, msg, voiceChannel, true)
    } else{
            var video = await youtube.getVideoByID(url)
        } catch{
                var videos = await youtube.searchVideos(searchString, 1)
                var video = await youtube.getVideoByID(videos(0).id)
            } catch{
                return msg.channel.send("I couldn't find any search results")
        handleVideo(video, msg, voiceChannel)
    const duration = video.duration

async function handleVideo(video, msg, voiceChannel, playlist = false){
const serverQueue = queue.get(msg.guild.id)

const song ={
    id: video.id,
    title: Util.escapeMarkdown(video.title),
    url: `https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=${video.id}`,
    thumbnail: `https://img.youtube.com/vi/${video.id}/default.jpg`,
    durationminutes: video.duration.minutes.toString(),
    durationseconds: video.duration.seconds.toString(),
    durationhours: video.duration.hours.toString(),

    const queueConstruct ={
        textChannel: msg.channel,
        voiceChannel: voiceChannel,
        connection: null,
        songs: (),
        volume: 5,
        playing: true,
        loop: false,
    queue.set(msg.guild.id, queueConstruct)


        const connection = await voiceChannel.join()
        queueConstruct.connection = connection
        play(msg.guild, queueConstruct.songs(0))

    } catch (error) {
        return msg.channel.send("ERROR")
} else{
    if (playlist) return undefined
        const playembed = new Discord.MessageEmbed()
        .setTitle(song.title + " has been added to queue")
        .addField("Duration: ", `${('0' + song.durationhours).slice(-2)}:${('0' + song.durationminutes).slice(-2)}:${('0' + song.durationseconds).slice(-2)}`)
return undefined


function play(guild, song){
const serverQueue = queue.get(guild.id)


const dispatcher = serverQueue.connection.play(ytdl(song.url, {filter: 'audioonly' }))
    .on('finish', () =>{
        if(!serverQueue.loop) serverQueue.songs.shift()
        play(guild, serverQueue.songs(0))
    .on('error', error =>{


To be honest, after all this time I completely forgot what some of these codes even mean XD. I hope someone can help me

bitcoind – LevelDB checksum mismatch. How to start reindex from corrupted .ldb again?

I faced the problem twice in 2020 and the reindexing takes 2-3 weeks without stopping. I got the same error on another hard drive when it reindexed about 50% and got an error in the last .ldb file. Now I can copy the entire blockchain to a healthy hard drive, but I don’t want to re-index the entire blockchain again.

How do I start reindexing from the specified .ldb and continue reindexing? Can I delete the last corrupted .ldb and repair LevelDB from third party utilities? Is there the way to edit somehow CURRENT and MANIFEST manually to repair chainstate?

Bilinearization with Mathematica – where to start?

I tried to bilinearize the two equations:

eq = {Laplacian(psi(t, x, y), {x, y}) + 
     6 u(t, x, y) psi(t, x, y) + (x^2 + y^2) u(t, x, y) == 
    I D(u(t, x, y), 
      t), -(I /Sqrt(2) (D(u(t, x, y), x) + D(u(t, x, y), y)) + 
       psi(t, x, y)) == 1/10000 D(psi(t, x, y), t)};

and I have looked at some posts here on stackexchange, but found no posts that considered the matter of bilinearization. Does anyone have a tip of where to start?

nssm2 = NonlinearStateSpaceModel(eq, psi(t,x,y), u(t,x,y), t)

but to no avail.
I read also this:


But I couldn’t find a hint there either.


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