Selling – Google Drive Proxy Player Script Juicycodes Alternative Script | Proxies123.com

SOURE CODE Google Drive Proxy Direct Link JWPlayer Video , makes streaming video with JW Player video player as well as direct download link. Users will not be able to access the file link from your Google Drive.

Advantages:

  1. We developed the source code yourself so that you don’t worry if errors etc. occur;
  2. There is a separate download feature, to download video files directly without having to be directed to the video hosting;
  3. Google Sharer anti limit feature;
  4. Load balancers feature;
  5. Proxy support;
  6. Support multi resolution / quality video;
  7. Support anti AdBlocker;
  8. Support subtitles;
  9. Support VAST ads;
  10. Popup ad support;
  11. Support Cross Origin Policy (CORS), so that not just any web can access the video player;
  12. There is an admin panel for adding videos to the database;
  13. Using MySQL / MariaDB, SQLite databases;
  14. Lifetime support while you are still in use.

File hosting support:

  1. Google Drive;
  2. Google Photos;
  3. Youtube;
  4. Blogger;
  5. Fembed;
  6. Facebook;
  7. OneDrive
  8. AnonFile
  9. BayFiles
  10. ClickWatching
  11. Files.im
  12. Gofile
  13. Indishare
  14. mp4upload
  15. GoUnnlimited
  16. MixDrop.to
  17. Racaty
  18. Sendit.cloud
  19. Solidfiles
  20. Streamable
  21. Uqload
  22. Videobin
  23. Vidlox
  24. Vidmoly
  25. VUP.to
  26. Accountancy Every Updates

Terms & conditions for purchasing this tool:

  1. Make sure you have a Linux / Windows VPS;
  2. Make sure you have installed Apache / Nginx;
  3. Make sure you have installed PHP 7+;
  4. Make sure you have prepared PROXY for the bypass limit even though this tool can be used without a proxy (no complaints if you don’t use a proxy and a limit occurs);

Price 22USD

Payment method PayPal, Payoneer, Skril,

More Details Contact On Skype – live:.cid.f3f87d2582eacb1b

 

Selling – APICodes CPanel V1.2 All in One Drive Proxy Script | Proxies123.com

APICodes CPanel is a powerful tool that helps you encrypt streaming links so no one can steal it. This tool supports creating streaming links on 20+ websites with multiple subtitles. You can use the link or iframe after encryption into your website easily and quickly. You will have full control over the player with your own like add a subtitle, image preview, logo, advertisement.

Features:

  • Simple and flexible installation
  • JWPlayer 7 and 8 available
  • Multiple subtitles
  • Show or Hide Download Button
  • Secret key
  • Link encryption
  • 20+ websites supported
  • Support external poster (backdrop, cover) link for Player
  • Support Vast, Popunder ADS
  • Can extend more servers according to your requirements
  • Free 4 Months updates
  • Free installation service

Supported Sites:

  • Amazon Drive
  • Archive
  • Blogger
  • Facebook
  • Google Drive
  • Google Photos
  • M3U8 (HLS)
  • MP4
  • MP4Upload
  • Mediafire
  • Rumble
  • SoundCloud
  • OneDrive
  • Rumble
  • Streamable
  • TikTok
  • Vimeo
  • Yandex
  • Youtube
  • Zippyshare
  • pCloud
  • and more in the future.

Price 39USD

Payment method PayPal, Payoneer, Skril,

More Details Contact On Skype – live:.cid.f3f87d2582eacb1b

 

Selling – Google Drive Proxy Script Juicycodes Alternative | Proxies123.com

SOURE CODE Google Drive Proxy Script JWPlayer , makes streaming video with JW Player video player as well as direct download link. Users will not be able to access the file link from your Google Drive.

Advantages:

  1. We developed the source code yourself so that you don’t worry if errors etc. occur;
  2. There is a separate download feature, to download video files directly without having to be directed to the video hosting;
  3. Google Sharer anti limit feature;
  4. Load balancers feature;
  5. Proxy support;
  6. Support multi resolution / quality video;
  7. Support anti AdBlocker;
  8. Support subtitles;
  9. Support VAST ads;
  10. Popup ad support;
  11. Support Cross Origin Policy (CORS), so that not just any web can access the video player;
  12. There is an admin panel for adding videos to the database;
  13. Using MySQL / MariaDB, SQLite databases;
  14. Lifetime support while you are still in use.

File hosting support:

  1. Google Drive;
  2. Google Photos;
  3. Youtube;
  4. Blogger;
  5. Fembed;
  6. Facebook;
  7. OneDrive
  8. AnonFile
  9. BayFiles
  10. ClickWatching
  11. Files.im
  12. Gofile
  13. Indishare
  14. mp4upload
  15. GoUnnlimited
  16. MixDrop.to
  17. Racaty
  18. Sendit.cloud
  19. Solidfiles
  20. Streamable
  21. Uqload
  22. Videobin
  23. Vidlox
  24. Vidmoly
  25. VUP.to
  26. Accountancy Every Updates

Terms & conditions for purchasing this tool:

  1. Make sure you have a Linux / Windows VPS;
  2. Make sure you have installed Apache / Nginx;
  3. Make sure you have installed PHP 7+;
  4. Make sure you have prepared PROXY for the bypass limit even though this tool can be used without a proxy (no complaints if you don’t use a proxy and a limit occurs);

Price 22USD

Payment method PayPal, Payoneer, Skril,

More Details Contact On Skype – live:.cid.f3f87d2582eacb1b

 

database design – Large number of connections to an SQL server results in read write bottleneck on hard drive?

I have the following problem which I can’t find a solution for.

We have a learning School System for more than 10000 students that upload photos and PDF of Homeworks as binary to an SQL server. During my first trial of the system the hard disk storing the SQL database crashed peaking at 100% of disk usage all the time and was really slow in this scenario.

I was using regular WD Red 4TB and every time after the system went online and a large number of connections started to upload homework the drive kept maxing out at 100% usage all the time and it became the bottleneck.

After the initial fail I changed the drives to XPG NVME SSD and it worked like a charm. But my only problem is that I can’t continue like that, because the NVME’s capacity is not big enough to handle a large amount of data on it.

So I need a solution for my situation. What can I do in this case to solve the I/O-usage issues?

  • Windows Server 2016
  • SQL server 2016

Best way to mirror a large drive onto two smaller ones

  • I have an 8.0 TB Drive which will soon start filling up with videos

  • I have two spare 4.0 TB Drives

  • The system is running Linux Mint 19 Tara and is my desktop system (Yes it’s a big system able to support 6 HDD in total)

What’s the best way to create redundancy with these three drives in case of Drive failure?

My thought’s so far:

Option 1: Use only half the 8.0 GB drive and setup Raid 5 between three 4.0 TB volumes.

  • Pros: Simple and mature redundancy, may have performance benefits with striping.
  • Cons: Requires intervention to restore data access if any drive fails (I’ve not used Raid before and likely won’t again until I need it so it would take me a day to refresh how to restore the array after a failed drive). Also it makes half of the 8.0 GB drive redundant.

Option 2: Combine the two 4.0 TB drives into one 8.0 TB Volume and Mirror the 8.0 TB Drive onto it.

  • Pros: Simple and transparent redundancy. Less chance that the active data will be on a Drive that fails. (If either of the two drives in the mirror fail I’ll just replace it and recreate the mirror, if the 8.0 TB drive fails I will just buy another and restore from the mirror.)
  • Cons: Might not be possible to do without added layers of complexity?

My Primary Question is: Is Option 2 possible and if so how?

Your advice is also appreciated. 🙂

macos – How can I copy & maintain a directory structure while excluding certain files extensions/subfolders to an external drive?

I have a system that’s on its last legs (which is fair; it’s a 2010 iMac that’s been beaten to death every day for years).

  • I’m trying to backup the stuff I find really critical to a 3TB Thunderbolt2 external drive.
  • I have a time machine backup, but I’ve gotten burned pretty bad by a similar situation in which the time machine – for reasons beknownst only to itself – “exempted” files it apparently felt I didn’t need.

This backup procedure has swum along just fine, but for one set of folders (which just so happen to be the ones I’m most twitchy about): I have some 200 different git repos – about half spread evenly between my own GitHub, an employer’s BitBucket, and the remainder hosted on a local mercurial instantiation. I’d like to replicate these just to be ABSOLUTELY sure before pulling the trigger. What I DON’T need is to back up the 220 * n node_modules directories contained within each, nor the occasional .psd or .zip that someone checked in against recommendations.

Finally, yes: I’m entirely aware the point of source control is to handle just this sort of scenario. Unfortunately, through the course of attempting to diagnose the hardware faults, both the homebrew and git installations have become corrupted, resulting in a SIGILL error if ANY git or brew command is attempted (I know what this means; I just cannot – nor have the inclination to – fix it in the time I have), and I know for a fact there is uncommitted and unpushed code in this structure.

I assume this can be done with an rsync with a couple exclusionary flags set, but I’ll be damned if I can figure out the syntax.

Any ideas how to make a targeted copy of my files excluding some by rule?

What’s the difference between “Publish to Hard Drive” and “Export” options in Lightroom?

I’ve been trying to find the differences between these two options, but have not yet been successful. For the purposes of this question, I will assume that my end goal is to “export” the images to my hard drive in .jpg format, either using the “Export” option or the “Publish” option.

So far, I have come up with these differences, although I’m not certain about all of them:

  • With the Publish option, you can retract the exported images simply by removing it from Lightroom. The Export option is only one-way, so you’d need to delete the exported photo manually.
  • With Export, if you make changes to images after exporting already, you need to find the modified images manually and then re-export them. With Publish, photos with changes since the last publish are automatically detected and exported on the next Publish.
  • If you want to export a certain set of images, you need to select them and open the Export dialog, otherwise with Publish you need to select the images, drag them to the Publish collection, and then hit publish.
  • With Export, there is the ability to make many presets and even various folders containing presets which are in general very easy to change. With Publish, you don’t have this level of organization. Instead, you must make a new “Publish to Hard Drive” service every time you want to export using different settings.

Are these differences accurate? Are there any other differences (advantages/disadvantages) I’m overlooking? I’m wondering this because I am considering switching over to a different mode of exporting photos.

Is it safe to delete the com.apple.appstore folder? It takes up 80gb on my 256gb hard drive

Is it safe to delete this folder? From what I’ve read, it just holds App Store cache. I’m running really low on disk space, and this folder is massive.

raid – 3ware: Is it possible to add a new drive to an existing raid5 set?

I would like to know if it’s possible to add a new drive to a raid5 set with the purpose to expand the storage available in the set. 9550 controller

For example to go from: 4x1TB drives to 5x1TB drives and do a resizefs on my linux partion and have it encorporate the empty space to the partition.

development – How to update one drive file using SharePoint CSOM C# code programmatically?

I am looking for a way to update the one drive file or document using some SharePoint CSOM code. So can we achieve this using CSOM or some C# code?

I have even tried to load one drive site collection URL using the below code but I am not able to find the actual list from where I can access the stored files from one drive.

One Drive Site URL : https://{tenant}.my.sharepoint.com/personal/pravin_{tenant}_com

using (ClientContext clientcontext = new ClientContext(ConfigurationManager.AppSettings("SiteUrl")))
{
                Web web = clientcontext.Web;
                clientcontext.Load(clientcontext.Web.Lists);
                clientcontext.ExecuteQuery();

                foreach (List list in clientcontext.Web.Lists)
                {
                       var items = list.GetItems(CamlQuery.CreateAllItemsQuery());
                       clientcontext.Load(items);
                       clientcontext.ExecuteQuery();

                       foreach (var docItem in items)
                       {
                          //Here, I want to update the one drive file and upload it again using some sort of code.
                       }
                }
}

Please suggest the code or other ways using which we can update the one drive files programmatically.

Please help. Thanks in Advance.