Massive Google reverse image search to find sites that host my images

I have a lot of images where I want to run a reverse Google image search to find other sites that host them.

I used to do this using a cloud-based tool called Image Raider, but it seems that the website is no longer active.

Can something similar be done with Scrapebox?

postgresql: the best way to update the massive row in the production database

I want to update a column that has 10 million rows in a production database.

Surely I think just running a UPDATE command with so much row would lead to some problems due to TABLE LOCK Y CPU USAGE.

What is the best way to update massive rows in the production database safely?

magento2 – Can I enable massive endpoints without RabbitMQ

I am trying to allow massive endpoints to load several products at once (the CSV loader seems to be completely broken, so I go this route).

When I try to enable massive endpoints (php bin / magento queue: consumer: start async.operations.all), I receive a message that says "Unknown connection name amqp".

This seems to be related to RabbitMQ, which I cannot install because I am on a cloudway server.

Is there any way to avoid this error, or will I have to write some custom functionality to load my products?

Magento 2.3.1 CE

dnd 5e: Can massive damage kill you with 0 HP?

Damage to 0 hit points. If you suffer any damage while you have 0 hit points, you suffer a saving throwing failure. If the damage is from a critical hit, you suffer two failures. If the damage is equal to or greater than its maximum hit point, it suffers instant death.

Throws that save death, Player Manual, p. 197

Mathematically, this is equivalent to the normal rule that occurs when a character is above 0 hit points, so it makes perfect sense to re-implement the rule here precisely in this way.

Strong fall in the position of the Google webmaster, massive increase in impressions? [Migrated website to new host]

These general statistics may not count the entire image. Using Google Cloud as your new host means that Googlebot has inside information about where all your pages are. Therefore, you may have increased the total number of pages indexed on your website (you can verify this through Search Console). This in turn means that your website is for a wider range of search terms.

However, because those could be search terms that are not especially relevant to you, for many of those searches, it appears at the bottom of the results. What drags your overall average position in the results down while increasing your number of impressions.

Try to see the impressions and average position of your highest performing keywords and see if they have changed with the new host.

You need paid help / consultation to index our massive website

We have developed a website with more than 10 million web pages, now we are fighting for Google to index them. The site map does not seem to be working for some reason. You need paid help from someone who knows what you are doing

Thank you!

openstreetmap: why does OSM not like (or offer) massive mosaic download?

On the one hand, they say that your data is completely free, and you can use it to create your own tiles from them, and they have no problem using your tiles for anything. On the other hand, they say that the massive download is "totally discouraged", although they also point out that maintaining their servers (for delivery) is not free and depends on taxpayers and sponsorships.

So why wouldn't they be interested in letting me download all the mosaics and then host them in my own domain? Also, just by parking the ball, how big would it be anyway, if I had to climb to 11 Zoom, which seems enough for my interest.

Relevant document:

Doubt regarding massive commit with php and mysql

I am working with php 5 and mysql. I need to know your opinion about a massive insertion of records to a table:
Considering that the data to be inserted I have them in an array, they are greater than 10,000 records and I must insert them previously making some validations.
1) I go through the array, do the validation and insert committing for each record

$array = array(1, 2, 3, 4);
foreach ($array as &$valor) {
// valido datos
$sql = "insert into..";
// commit

2) I go through the array, validate, store the sql statement in a variable type accumulator and execute the commit at the end with all the sentences stored in the accumulator.

$array = array(1, 2, 3, 4);
foreach ($array as &$valor) {
// valido datos
$sql = "insert into..";
$acumulador = $acumulador.$sql;

What would be the most appropriate option? Or if you have another suggestion, thank you.

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