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forms – How to create a new parent section on the Configuration page?

When one navigates to Manage » Configuration, the page is divded into sections which (in the “Seven” theme at least) shows up in individual boxes. These sections have headings like “People”, “Content authoring”, “Development”, etc.

I am able to create a settings form and place this inside any of the existing sections on the configuration page by associating it with the parent key in hello_world.links.menu.yml.

Example:

hello_world.greeting_form:
  title: 'Salutation settings'
  description: 'Configure the salutation message.'
  route_name: hello_world.greeting_form
  parent: system.admin_config_development

This places a link to the settings form for the “Hello World” module in the “Development” section.

However, neihter this, nor any other of the pre-existing sections, are suitable for my use case.

I want to create a new section named “Experimental”, place along the others on the “Configuration” page. And make this the parent of my menu link. How do I do that?

configuration – apt – reinstall with all default config files


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8 – How do I hide security update notifications for a user with the “Administer site configuration” permission?

8 – How do I hide security update notifications for a user with the “Administer site configuration” permission? – Drupal Answers

8 – Import single view configuration fail – layout_builder__layout will not exists after import

I have Drupal 8.9.13 and I want to export/import single views configuration to other Drupal 8.9.13. I can select single view to export, but when I import it I get the next error:

The configuration core.entity_view_display.node.page.default depends on the configuration of field.field.node.page.layout_builder__layout that will not exists after import.

This is one of the views I want to import. The problem happens with all views:

uuid: xxxxx
langcode: es
status: true
dependencies:
  config:
    - field.storage.user.field_documento
    - user.role.administrator
  module:
    - mycustommodule
    - file
    - rest
    - serialization
    - user
id: custom_user_files
label: 'User files'
module: views
description: 'REST Export user files'
tag: ''
base_table: file_managed
base_field: fid
display:
  default:
    display_plugin: default
    id: default
    display_title: Master
    position: 0
    display_options:
      access:
        type: role
        options:
          role:
            administrator: administrator
      cache:
        type: tag
        options: {  }
      query:
        type: views_query
        options:
          disable_sql_rewrite: false
          distinct: false
          replica: false
          query_comment: ''
          query_tags: {  }
      exposed_form:
        type: basic
        options:
          submit_button: Apply
          reset_button: false
          reset_button_label: Reset
          exposed_sorts_label: 'Sort by'
          expose_sort_order: true
          sort_asc_label: Asc
          sort_desc_label: Desc
      pager:
        type: mini
        options:
          items_per_page: 10
          offset: 0
          id: 0
          total_pages: null
          expose:
            items_per_page: false
            items_per_page_label: 'Items per page'
            items_per_page_options: '5, 10, 25, 50'
            items_per_page_options_all: false
            items_per_page_options_all_label: '- All -'
            offset: false
            offset_label: Offset
          tags:
            previous: ‹‹
            next: ››
      style:
        type: serializer
      row:
        type: fields
        options:
          inline: {  }
          separator: ''
          hide_empty: false
          default_field_elements: true
      fields:
        filename:
          id: filename
          table: file_managed
          field: filename
          relationship: none
          group_type: group
          admin_label: ''
          label: ''
          exclude: false
          alter:
            alter_text: false
            text: ''
            make_link: false
            path: ''
            absolute: false
            external: false
            replace_spaces: false
            path_case: none
            trim_whitespace: false
            alt: ''
            rel: ''
            link_class: ''
            prefix: ''
            suffix: ''
            target: ''
            nl2br: false
            max_length: 0
            word_boundary: false
            ellipsis: false
            more_link: false
            more_link_text: ''
            more_link_path: ''
            strip_tags: false
            trim: false
            preserve_tags: ''
            html: false
          element_type: ''
          element_class: ''
          element_label_type: ''
          element_label_class: ''
          element_label_colon: false
          element_wrapper_type: ''
          element_wrapper_class: ''
          element_default_classes: true
          empty: ''
          hide_empty: false
          empty_zero: false
          hide_alter_empty: true
          click_sort_column: value
          type: file_filemime
          settings:
            link_to_entity: 0
          group_column: value
          group_columns: {  }
          group_rows: true
          delta_limit: 0
          delta_offset: 0
          delta_reversed: false
          delta_first_last: false
          multi_type: separator
          separator: ', '
          field_api_classes: false
          entity_type: file
          entity_field: filename
          plugin_id: field
        field_documento:
          id: field_documento
          table: user__field_documento
          field: field_documento
          relationship: reverse_field_documento_user
          group_type: group
          admin_label: ''
          label: ''
          exclude: false
          alter:
            alter_text: false
            text: ''
            make_link: false
            path: ''
            absolute: false
            external: false
            replace_spaces: false
            path_case: none
            trim_whitespace: false
            alt: ''
            rel: ''
            link_class: ''
            prefix: ''
            suffix: ''
            target: ''
            nl2br: false
            max_length: 0
            word_boundary: true
            ellipsis: true
            more_link: false
            more_link_text: ''
            more_link_path: ''
            strip_tags: false
            trim: false
            preserve_tags: ''
            html: false
          element_type: ''
          element_class: ''
          element_label_type: ''
          element_label_class: ''
          element_label_colon: false
          element_wrapper_type: ''
          element_wrapper_class: ''
          element_default_classes: true
          empty: ''
          hide_empty: false
          empty_zero: false
          hide_alter_empty: true
          click_sort_column: target_id
          type: astec_fichero_base64
          settings: {  }
          group_column: ''
          group_columns: {  }
          group_rows: true
          delta_limit: 0
          delta_offset: 0
          delta_reversed: false
          delta_first_last: false
          multi_type: separator
          separator: ', '
          field_api_classes: false
          plugin_id: field
        fid:
          id: fid
          table: file_managed
          field: fid
          relationship: none
          group_type: group
          admin_label: ''
          label: ''
          exclude: false
          alter:
            alter_text: false
            text: ''
            make_link: false
            path: ''
            absolute: false
            external: false
            replace_spaces: false
            path_case: none
            trim_whitespace: false
            alt: ''
            rel: ''
            link_class: ''
            prefix: ''
            suffix: ''
            target: ''
            nl2br: false
            max_length: 0
            word_boundary: true
            ellipsis: true
            more_link: false
            more_link_text: ''
            more_link_path: ''
            strip_tags: false
            trim: false
            preserve_tags: ''
            html: false
          element_type: ''
          element_class: ''
          element_label_type: ''
          element_label_class: ''
          element_label_colon: false
          element_wrapper_type: ''
          element_wrapper_class: ''
          element_default_classes: true
          empty: ''
          hide_empty: false
          empty_zero: false
          hide_alter_empty: true
          click_sort_column: value
          type: number_integer
          settings:
            thousand_separator: ''
            prefix_suffix: false
          group_column: value
          group_columns: {  }
          group_rows: true
          delta_limit: 0
          delta_offset: 0
          delta_reversed: false
          delta_first_last: false
          multi_type: separator
          separator: ', '
          field_api_classes: false
          entity_type: file
          entity_field: fid
          plugin_id: field
      filters: {  }
      sorts: {  }
      header: {  }
      footer: {  }
      empty: {  }
      relationships:
        reverse_field_documento_user:
          id: reverse_field_documento_user
          table: file_managed
          field: reverse_field_documento_user
          relationship: none
          group_type: group
          admin_label: field_documento
          required: true
          entity_type: file
          plugin_id: entity_reverse
      arguments:
        uuid:
          id: uuid
          table: users
          field: uuid
          relationship: reverse_field_documento_user
          group_type: group
          admin_label: ''
          default_action: default
          exception:
            value: all
            title_enable: false
            title: All
          title_enable: false
          title: ''
          default_argument_type: query_parameter
          default_argument_options:
            query_param: uuid
            fallback: ''
            multiple: and
          default_argument_skip_url: false
          summary_options:
            base_path: ''
            count: true
            items_per_page: 25
            override: false
          summary:
            sort_order: asc
            number_of_records: 0
            format: default_summary
          specify_validation: false
          validate:
            type: none
            fail: 'not found'
          validate_options: {  }
          glossary: false
          limit: 0
          case: none
          path_case: none
          transform_dash: false
          break_phrase: false
          entity_type: user
          entity_field: uuid
          plugin_id: string
      display_extenders: {  }
    cache_metadata:
      max-age: -1
      contexts:
        - 'languages:language_content'
        - 'languages:language_interface'
        - request_format
        - url
        - url.query_args
        - user.roles
      tags:
        - 'config:field.storage.user.field_documento'
  rest_export_1:
    display_plugin: rest_export
    id: rest_export_1
    display_title: 'REST export'
    position: 1
    display_options:
      display_extenders: {  }
      path: custom-user-files
      pager:
        type: none
        options:
          offset: 0
      style:
        type: serializer
        options:
          formats:
            json: json
      row:
        type: data_field
        options:
          field_options:
            filename:
              alias: ''
              raw_output: true
            field_documento:
              alias: ''
              raw_output: false
            fid:
              alias: ''
              raw_output: true
            uuid:
              alias: ''
              raw_output: true
      auth:
        - basic_auth
        - key_auth
        - cookie
    cache_metadata:
      max-age: -1
      contexts:
        - 'languages:language_content'
        - 'languages:language_interface'
        - request_format
        - url
        - user.roles
      tags:
        - 'config:field.storage.user.field_documento'

I don’t use layout builder templates. field_documento is a field in the user profile. How could I solve this issue?.

Android Studio IDE: I want to prevent the last executed Gradle task from being default run configuration

I have a custom gradle task that clean, build and copy the output apk to a certain location to release the apk to my customers.

However, every time I run the custom gradle task, the run configuration of Android Studio IDE is changed to that gradle task.

For example,

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This is changed as the following picture after running the task.
(In this picture I use gradle clean for example)

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Thus, if I forgot to change back the configuration to default app module and ‘run (Shift + F10 in Windows)’, the task is running again unexpectedly and it struck me.

After an hour of googling, I couldn’t found a solution for this. Is there a way to prevent this behavior?

SQl Server log shipping monitor security configuration and update problems

I’m setting up log shipping between instances A and B with the instance C as a monitor. The shipping itself is working fine but I’m somehow unable to make the monitoring work. The log shipping status on C is not up to date – the reports show that no backups and restores are performed. The respective reports on A and B are perfectly up to date, showing that everything is OK. The problem is pretty much obviously in the monitor connections configuration/permissions.

SQL Agents on A and B run as NT ServiceSQLSERVERAGENT.
The SA accounts on A, B and C are disabled.

  • using impersonation with A and B machine domain accounts added to sysadmins on C – doesn’t help
  • using custom SQL logins which are also sysadmins on A, B and C – doesn’t help and also keeps switching to SA login in the monitor connection window as well as in the linked server configuration on A and B

What can be the root cause? Is using SA account a requirement?
TIA

rooting – Is there a way to backup Samsung’s OneUI configuration?

I recently set up the home screen and app drawer of my Samsung Galaxy A70. The apps in my app drawer are organised into folders, some apps are hidden and some default apps are disabled. My home screen is completely empty.
I would like to switch to a new Samsung phone and automate the process of setting up the home screen and app drawer. Is there a way to backup my OneUI configuration? Can I find the OneUI configuration files (or something similar) somewhere on my phone? I am open to rooting the phone.

configuration – SQL Server Network Packet Size

During the analysis of network traffic from Citrix clients to our database server, we noticed that we had a lot of RESUBMITs occuring during the transport of TCP packets. The packets were being split and resubmitted.

To determine the MTU size in our network I set off the following command:

ping 10.28.212.22 -l 4096 -f

Ah yes, for those interested: The -f parameter tells ping to not fragment the ping packet, if it would have to be split up and then resubmitted.

I then started reducing the -l parameter value until I received the following message:

PS C:temp> ping 10.28.212.22 -l 1474 -f

Ping wird ausgefhrt fr 10.28.212.22 mit 1474 Bytes Daten:
Paket msste fragmentiert werden, DF-Flag ist jedoch gesetzt.
Paket msste fragmentiert werden, DF-Flag ist jedoch gesetzt.
Paket msste fragmentiert werden, DF-Flag ist jedoch gesetzt.
Paket msste fragmentiert werden, DF-Flag ist jedoch gesetzt.


Ping-Statistik fr 10.28.212.22:
    Pakete: Gesendet = 4, Empfangen = 0, Verloren = 4
    (100% Verlust),

PS C:temp> ping 10.28.212.22 -l 1472 -f

Ping wird ausgefhrt fr 10.28.212.22 mit 1472 Bytes Daten:
Antwort von 10.28.212.22: Bytes=1472 Zeit=3ms TTL=123
Antwort von 10.28.212.22: Bytes=1472 Zeit=2ms TTL=123
Antwort von 10.28.212.22: Bytes=1472 Zeit=2ms TTL=123
Antwort von 10.28.212.22: Bytes=1472 Zeit=2ms TTL=123

Ping-Statistik fr 10.28.212.22:
    Pakete: Gesendet = 4, Empfangen = 4, Verloren = 0
    (0% Verlust),
Ca. Zeitangaben in Millisek.:
    Minimum = 2ms, Maximum = 3ms, Mittelwert = 2ms

Because the ping packet itself has a header of 28 bytes, the value 1472 which was successfully returned from the ping command, corresponds with our network’s MTU size of 1500 bytes.

1472 + 28 = 1500

A SQL Server instance has an advanced configuration setting named network packet size, which has a default value of 4096 (bytes). Microsoft recommends that one do not alter this parameter unless one is an experienced databases administrator or certified SQL Server professional:

This option is an advanced option and should be changed only by an experienced database administrator or certified SQL Server professional.

Reference: Configure the network packet size Server Configuration Option (Microsoft | SQL Docs)

Sadly, the document does not go into any detail and does not provide much insight as to whether or not one should alter this parameter if one is encountering lots of RESUBMITs of network packets. I do consider myself a seasoned DBA, but I have never had to deal with this issue. At one time in past, this value used to be 512.

I have read the previous question:

…but it doesn’t provide a definite answer.

On further reading I came across the TDS protocol which has this bit of information in the introduction:

The Tabular Data Stream (TDS) protocol is an application layer request/response protocol that facilitates interaction with a database server and provides for the following:

  • Authentication and channel encryption negotiation.
  • Specification of requests in SQL (including Bulk Insert).
  • Invocation of a stored procedure or user-defined function, also known as a remote procedure call (RPC).
  • The return of data.
  • Transaction manager requests.

Sections 1.5, 1.8, 1.9, 2, and 3 of this specification are normative. All other sections and examples in this specification are informative.

Reference: 1 Introduction (Microsoft | Docs)

Well why TDS? Apparently, this is how the data is transported back to the client via the TDS protocol.

Please don’t ask which OSI layer this is on. It should be layer 7 as it is an application layer…

The TDS “packet” has a header of 8 bytes.

Based on what I have read and the situation at hand, should I …

  1. Set the network packet size parameter to 1500?
  2. Set the network packet size parameter to 1492? (TDS packet size – TDS header)
  3. Set the network packet size parameter to a different value?
  4. Leave the network packet size at 4096?

I do understand that splitting the data into smaller chunks can have a negative impact on performance, but the network stack will be (and is) doing that anyway.

In a perfect world I would allow Jumbo packets to flow freely between clients and databases servers or between application servers and database servers, but that is not possible (as in: allowed) in our environment.

big sur – How to set or change the desktop background in configuration profile in Big Sur

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