Add-on development – Problems updating Post Meta with AJAX (seems simple but cannot be resolved)

First of all, thanks to everyone and everyone who takes the time to respond. I am a newer developer and I am sure I have a misunderstanding or something simple that I am missing. I've spent hours trying different things and I'm not sure what to try now. Below you can find my code and an explanation of my problem.

What I am trying to achieve: Essentially, I am trying to create a plug-in to edit all meta descriptions on my pages from an add-ons administration page.

With that in mind, I have created a very simple file with all the principles that I am trying to achieve. The idea is that once I have solved this part, I will discover the right loops to try to reach my ultimate goal. So below is the code as accurate as I can get. Again, any help would be greatly appreciated. I've been testing for a while and I can't make this work.

I received the request from AJAX to login that was successful, so I am totally lost because it does not save or update the database when updating.

    




<input id = "meta" class = "testing" type = "text" name = "4189" value = ""/>
<? php add_action (& # 39; wp_ajax_update_meta_descriptions & # 39 ;, & # 39; update_meta_descriptions & # 39;); function update_meta_descriptions () { $ post_id = $ _POST (& # 39; post_id & # 39;); $ goal = $ _POST (& # 39; post_meta & # 39;); update_post_meta ($ post_ID, & # 39; _metadescs & # 39 ;, $ post_meta); echo & # 39; Updated Goal & # 39 ;; die();

}
?>

With all that in mind, any help would be greatly appreciated. I have tried almost everything I can find and no luck.

Any information about my overall goal is also appropriate: what I am trying to do is create a plugin that lists all the information on the page title and the Goal of each page on a page of add-ons. Then I would like to be able to edit and update those values ​​from the page of that add-on.

networks – name resolution problems

We are having some very strange problems on three servers.

It turns out that these servers are Citrix servers that host user sessions, so that is how we are aware of the problem.

The symptoms are this;
– Slow start
– Slow programs
– Slow web browsing

After the investigation, we have found that the problem seems to be with DNS. If we restart the affected server, it will be fine for a few days and then we will have the problem of slowness.
We have spent a lot of time trying to investigate, but we have reduced it to this symptom.

If we try to ping a server by host name, Google, for example, will spend a good 10-15 seconds before it does something. By this I mean that it will hang in;

C:  windows  system32> ping google.com

Before going ahead 10-15 seconds.

Pinging on google.com [216.58.206.238] With 32 bytes of data:
Answer of 216.58.206.238: bytes = 32 time = 16 ms TTL = 49

Now, this only happens on the affected server, if we do it on any other server within the infrastructure, this does not happen. If we restart the server, it will appear again after a few days. This is not just an affected server, it will happen on all three servers inside the Citrix hosts.

However, if we do an NSLOOKUP, the name will be instantly resolved and the information will be displayed, without delay. There are no host files in place here either.

Also, if we ping google by IP it will work instantly. If we ping a device internally by hostname, it is delayed, by IP it is instantaneous. If we ping localhost it has a delay, ping 127 is instant.

We do not want to restart, since it's just a sticky plaster that we do not want.

These are all virtual machines within a VMware environment running VMXNET3. They are completely patched and updated, this was done as part of the diagnostics.
We can also replicate this problem with the slowness, however, RDP to the server does not show the slowness, but it does show the ping / ns search problem.

We had asked if it was a potential user profile / user that caused this problem, however, we can not test it or see how it could be, we asked this when we rebooted a server and left it in maintince mode for a week without any user. Connections and you have not had the problem. However, I'm not sure how this could be the cause.

Any suggestions are welcome at this point!

applications – Problems with changing from the Google keyboard

I am an Android 9 in a My A2 lite, and I want to access the WhatsApp keyboard in that application instead of the Google keyboard to use, in WhatsApp, stickers and other media. But when I follow the online instructions to change it (go to settings, languages ​​and login, then to the keyboard software), the option to deactivate the keyboard can not be selected. Is there any way to change it just for WhatsApp?

litecoin – Problems connecting to my lighting network node on port 9735

I am in Windows 10. I am already successfully running a full Litecoin node. Disabling the Windows firewall has no effect on this problem.

I'm using litecoind-0.17.1 Y lnd-0.7.0-beta.

There are 2 things that I noticed:

2019-07-21 21: 24: 33.380 [INF] CMGR: Server listening on 127.0.0.1:1

and the error message:

2019-07-21 20: 32: 53.932 [ERR] SRVR: Can not connect to 028fdcc25bc8deeeaa087786b12560ec2c707f76795c1e8b4bda301ad3bea28ce9@X.X for example from: For what is in our content:

Is it okay for the server to be listening on port 1? And why can not I connect to my machine through port 9735 even if the port is open? Should I open a channel?

lnd.conf:

litecoin.active = 1
debuglevel = info
listen = 127.0.0.1: 9735
externalip = X.X.X.X
rpchost = 127.0.0.1
rpclisten = 0.0.0.0: 10009
restlisten = 0.0.0.0: 10010
tlsextraip = X.X.X.X

alias = XXXX
color = # fa00f0
maxpendingchannels = 10
litecoin.mainnet = 1
litecoin.active = 1

litecoin.node = litecoind
litecoind.rpchost = 127.0.0.1
litecoind.rpcuser = XXXXXXXXXX
litecoind.rpcpass = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
litecoind.zmqpubrawblock = tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29332
litecoind.zmqpubrawtx = tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29333

litecoin.conf:

server = 1
demon = 1
listen = 1
maxonections = 65
wait time = 5200
Mempoolexpiry = 340
addnode = 118.184.26.154
addnode = 112.74.50.226
addnode = 108.56.77.113
addnode = 144.76.238.49
addnode = 94.23.11.172
bantime = 345600
externalip = X.X.X.X

rpcallowip = 127.0.0.1

port = 9333
rpcport = 9332
testnet = 0
txindex = 1
rpcuser = XXXXXXXXX
rpcpassword = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
zmqpubrawblock = tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29332
zmqpubrawtx = tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29333
addresstype = p2sh-segwit
deprecatedrpc = signrawtransaction

Complete record of the lnd below:

2019-07-21 20: 32: 19.189 [INF] LTND: Version: 0.7.0-beta commit = v0.7.0-beta, build = production, logging = default
2019-07-21 20: 32: 19.190 [INF] LTND: Active chain: Litecoin (network = main network)
2019-07-21 20:32:19.200 [INF] CHDB: Checking the update of the scheme: latest_version = 9, db_version = 9
2019-07-21 20: 32: 19.220 [INF] RPCS: RPC server password listening on 0.0.0.0:10009
2019-07-21 20: 32: 19.223 [INF] RPCS: the password of the gRPC proxy started at 0.0.0.0:10010
2019-07-21 20: 32: 19.234 [INF] LTND: Waiting for wallet encryption password. Use `lncli create` to create a wallet,` lncli unlock` to unlock an existing wallet, or `lncli changepassword` to change the password of an existing wallet and unlock it.
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.019 [INF] LNWL: open wallet
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.089 [INF] LTND: the main chain is set to: litecoin
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.112 [INF] LNWL: started to listen to bitcoind blocking notifications via ZMQ at tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29332
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.112 [INF] LTND: Initializing the tariff estimator backed by litecoind
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.112 [INF] LNWL: started listening to bitcoind transaction notifications through ZMQ at tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29333
2019-07-21 20: 32: 24,800 [INF] LNWL: the wallet has been unlocked without a time limit
2019-07-21 20: 32: 24,810 [INF] LTND: LightningWallet opened
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.073 [INF] HSWC: Restoring the state of the circuit in memory from the disk
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.076 [INF] HSWC: Charged payment circuits: num_pending = 0, num_open = 0
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.109 [INF] LTND: The backup proxy channel notifier is starting
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.109 [INF] ATPL: Automatic execution of the autopilot with cfg: (* lnd.autoPilotConfig) (0xc000077480) ({
Active: (bool) false,
Heuristics: (map[string]float64) (len = 1) {
(string) (len = 12) "preferential": (float64) 1
}
MaxChannels: (int) 5,
Assignment: (float64) 0.6,
MinChannelSize: (int64) 20000,
MaxChannelSize: (int64) 16777215,
Private: (bool) false,
MinConfs: (int32) 0,
ConfTarget: (uint32) 3
})

2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.120 [INF] RPCS: RPC server listening on 0.0.0.0:10009
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.120 [INF] RPCS: the gRPC proxy started at 0.0.0.0:10010
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.124 [INF] LTND: Waiting for the chain to finish the synchronization, start_height = 1671547
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25,821 [INF] LNWL: started to be re-scanned from block cc29b974cece1cfc5917abd5d0f1d611f89b68098fa8b28e7fa9699b28d7a141 (height 1671544) for 0 addresses
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25,839 [INF] LNWL: Retrieving block hashes at height 1671547, this could take a while
2019-07-21 20: 32: 26.187 [INF] LNWL: Done to recover block hashes.
2019-07-21 20: 32: 26.187 [INF] LNWL: scan completed for 0 addresses (synchronized with block 4d54031a8a994c8d17ce7ef65646665e02ef753ae8d543da6d01828bf65d6eeb, height 1671547)
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.132 [INF] LTND: the backend of the chain is completely synchronized (end_height = 1671547)!
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.140 [INF] NTFN: New subscription to the block era
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.140 [INF] HSWC: starting the HTLC switch
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.252 [INF] NTFN: New subscription to the block era
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.254 [INF] NTFN: New subscription to the block era
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.256 [INF] NTFN: New subscription to the block era
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.257 [INF] DISC: the authenticated Gossiper is starting
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.258 [INF] BRAR: observer of contract of departure, monitoring for violations
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.258 [INF] NTFN: New subscription to the block era
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.266 [INF] CRTR: Starting FilteredChainView
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.275 [INF] CRTR: Filtering chain using 0 active channels.
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.276 [INF] CRTR: pruning tip for the channel graph: height = 1671544, hash = cc29b974cece1cfc5917abd5d0f1d611f89b68098fa8b28e7fa9699b28d7a141
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.277 [INF] CRTR: Synchronize the channel graph from height = 1671544 (hash = cc29b974cece1cfc5917abd5d0f1d611f89b68098fa8b28e7fa9699b28d7ta)
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.295 [INF] CRTR: Block e558b9153f30b1f217539fd094c5b9e55b84c52a64565f3e5e4a91b3b5ae4137 (height = 1671545) closed 0 channels
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.307 [INF] CRTR: Block c3133127e12b7e96b3f0f7adfcf7ac199681e8b9f3d72024349a0d9c12a9c088 (height = 1671546) closed 0 channels
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.315 [INF] CRTR: Block 4d54031a8a994c8d17ce7ef65646665e02ef753ae8d543da6d01828bf65d6eeb (height = 1671547) closed 0 channels
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.315 [INF] CRTR: Full graphics cutout: 0 channels were closed from height 1671544
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.332 [INF] CHBU: Starting chanbackup.SubSwapper
2019-07-21 20:32:27,338 [INF] CMGR: Server listening on 127.0.0.1:1
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.341 [INF] SRVR: Initializing bootstrapers of the peer network!
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27,348 [INF] SRVR: Creating DNS bootstrapper with seeds: [[ltc.nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory]]2019-07-21 20: 32: 27,342 [INF] CHBU: Update the backup file in C:  Users  root  AppData  Local  Lnd  data  chain  litecoin  mainnet  channel.backup
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.363 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[ltc.nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory]]2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.374 [INF] CHBU: Exchange the multiple backup file from C:  Users  root  AppData  Local  Lnd  data  chain  litecoin  mainnet  temp-dont-use.backup to C:  Users  root  AppData  Local  Lnd  data  string  litecoin  mainnet  channel.backup
2019-07-21 20: 32: 32.831 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: Authenticated channel graph
2019-07-21 20: 32: 32.831 [INF] DISC: Obtained 1 addrs to start the network with
2019-07-21 20: 32: 37.933 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[ltc.nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory]]2019-07-21 20: 32: 38.314 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: Authenticated channel graph
2019-07-21 20: 32: 38.314 [ERR] SRVR: the initial start mates can not be recovered: no addresses were found
2019-07-21 20: 32: 42.319 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[ltc.nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory]]2019-07-21 20: 32: 42.587 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: Authenticated channel graph
2019-07-21 20: 32: 42.587 [ERR] SRVR: the initial start mates can not be recovered: no addresses were found
2019-07-21 20:32:50,594 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[ltc.nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory]]2019-07-21 20: 32: 50.968 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: Authenticated channel graph
2019-07-21 20: 32: 50.968 [ERR] SRVR: the initial start mates can not be recovered: no addresses were found
2019-07-21 20: 32: 53.932 [ERR] SRVR: Can not connect to 028fdcc25bc8deeeaa087786b12560ec2c707f76795c1e8b4bda301ad3bea28ce9@X.X for example from: For what is in our content:
2019-07-21 20: 33: 07.207 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: Authenticated channel graph
2019-07-21 20: 33: 07.207 [INF] DISC: Attempting to boot with: BOLT-0010 DNS Seed: [[ltc.nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory]]2019-07-21 20: 33: 07.608 [ERR] SRVR: the initial start mates can not be recovered: no addresses were found
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.551 [INF] LTND: Interruption received
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.551 [INF] LTND: turning off ...
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.556 [INF] LTND: Closing gracefully
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.556 [INF] HSWC: Blocking the canceled time, the decomposed hash register goes out
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.556 [INF] CRTR: FilteredChainView stopping
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.557 [INF] HSWC: the HTLC switch goes off
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.558 [INF] UTXN: UTXO daycare closing
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.564 [INF] BRAR: Breach of arbitrator closing.
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.578 [INF] DISC: Authenticated Gossiper is stopping
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.581 [INF] CNCT: Stop the chain arsenal
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.591 [INF] FNDG: Fund manager closing
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.591 [INF] CHBU: Stopping chanbackup.SubSwapper
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20,603 [INF] RPCS: Stopping the RPC server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.618 [INF] RPCS: Stopping RouterRPC Sub-RPC Server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.620 [INF] RPCS: Stop SignRPC Sub-RPC Server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.636 [INF] RPCS: Stop AutopilotRPC Sub-RPC Server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20,648 [INF] RPCS: Stop the ChainRPC Sub-RPC server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.658 [INF] RPCS: Stop InvoicesRPC Sub-RPC Server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.672 [INF] RPCS: Stop the WalletKitRPC Sub-RPC server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.675 [INF] RPCS: Stopping the WatchtowerRPC Sub-RPC server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.682 [INF] LTND: Complete closure

networks – CentOS 7 and network problems bridget VirtualBox

I have some difficulties for the network to work on my CentOS 7 VM.

I need to have my adapter in bridge in virtualbox in order to use DHCP to obtain an IP address.
Virtualbox network configuration

The interface is in centos.
result of ip to

I have enabled the interface with nmtui:
nmtui configuration

And I have no answer when I run a dhclient -v.

At this point, I have no idea and I need your help.

Thank you !

numerics – Cahn-Hilliard Problems: LinearSolve: A linear equation was found that has no solution

I have constructed the Cahn-Hillard equations. in MMA, however, does not work in MMA

LinearSolve: linear equation found that has no solution.

Y "… they are not the same way".

Theory and numerical formulation based on entering the description of the link here

My code:

(* Initial parameters *) Needs["NDSolve`FEM`"];
Mobi = 1.0; lame = 0.01; noise = 0.02; conu0 = 0.63;
xmax = 1.0;
ymax = 1.0;
tmax = 1.0;

[CapitalOmega] = Rectangle[{0, 0}, {a, b}] /. {a -> 1, b -> 1};
RegionPlot[[[[[CapitalOmega], AspectRatio -> Automatic]mesh = ToElementMesh[[[[[CapitalOmega], "MaxCellMeasure" -> 1/1000,
"MeshElementType" -> QuadElement];
mesh["Wireframe"]
n = length[mesh["Coordinates"]]u0 = ElementMeshInterpolation[{mesh}, 
   conu0 + noise*(0.5 - RandomReal[{0, 1}, n])];
Plot3D[u0[x, y], {x, y} [Element] mesh]op1 = !  (
 * SubscriptBox[([PartialD]),  (t )] (or[t, x, y]) ) - !  (
 * SubsuperscriptBox[([Del]),  ({x, y} ),  (2 )] (v[t, x, y]) ) *
Mobi

op2 = v[t, x, y] -
200 * u[t, x, y] (1 - 3 * u[t, x, y] + 2 * u[t, x, y]^ 2) + lame * !  (
 * SubsuperscriptBox[([Del]),  ({x, y} ),  (2 )] (or[t, x, y]) )

{unn, vnn} =
NDSolve[{op1 == 0, op2 == 0, u[0, x, y] == u0[x, y],
v[0, x, y] == 0}, {u, v}, {t, 0, tmax}, {x, y} [Element] mesh];

One more question, why is this code only executed in MMA 12?

Windows 10: intermittent problems when recording from NAS units to BD-rs disks. What am I missing?


Situation


I do not know what to do … I have 3 Seagate Iron Wolf NAS hard drives of 6 tb (mounted as a drive letter or logical path) and each time I burn data from these drives to a 25GB BD-R drive (I have tried different manufacturers and have tried different file configurations (uncompressed, and compressed and shrunk into 1GB pieces).

I know my system is a bit old, but it does what I need to do ATMs.

Anyway, I can burn discs (DVD-R, DVD-R DL, BD-R) without problems. Verifying the compilation, now is where the problem appears. What happens is that sometimes, the discs are verified without problems. However, there will be times and it is happening more often than before. and the data is corrupt. With this process, I have made between eight and ten discs.


Relevant specifications H / W and S / W


  • System:
    • MB: ASUS Rampage IV Extreme
    • CPU: Intel I7 3930K
    • RAM: 32 GB (Quad Channel)
    • GPU: 2x EVGA GTX 680
    • Optical:
      • 1x LG WH14NS40 (v1.03) or
      • 2x LG WH16NS40 (v1.02)
    • HDD
      • 3x Seagate Barracuda 1TB
      • 3x Seagate Iron Wolf 6TB
    • S / W used:
      • O / S: Windows 10 x64
      • Alcohol 120%
      • Nero 2019

What have I done?


  • Seatools Seagate used:
  • SMART. Test happens in all units
  • Short generic test passes in all units
  • Generic long (at the time of this publication, it was still up and running and had 10 hours and 51 minutes remaining on NAS drives).
  • Windows Diagnostics used:
  • Shell Power Repair-Volume -scan cmdlet did not find errors on all NAS drives.
  • Executed Symantec Endpoint Protection in the main unit of the system and at the time of this publication, approximately 70% was completed with only two "PUA" found (not a serious threat)

Update # 1

  • The Seatools Diagnostic also worked on the Baracuda discs:
    • SMART. pass
    • Short generic passes.
    • Generic long in progress for two of the Baracuda units (approximately 30 minutes left)
      • It will run the long generic test on the system unit when I am asleep

My questions


  • So, what the hell am I losing?
  • What S / W can I use to diagnose this correctly and eventually solve it?
  • NAS units are still under warranty and, according to Seagate, are replaceable if there is a problem. How can I know if that is the case?

conclusion


Thanks in advance!

Problems with Nginx that returns 302/307 instead of 200/500

I'm using Nginx to load the balance / Revert a website.

The configuration is 1 machine to balance the load
+ 3 Machines to host web content.

The configuration of the site is the following:

        api_app upstream {
least_conn;
server sfront1.mydomain.org:5000;
server sfront2.mydomain.org:5000;
server sfront3.mydomain.org:5000;


}
server {
listen 80;
listen out        [::]: 80;
server_name mydomain.org www.mydomain.org;
Location / {
proxy_pass http: // api_app;
proxy_http_version 1.1;
proxy_set_header Upgrade $ http_upgrade;
proxy_set_header Keep-alive connection;
proxy_set_header Host $ host;
proxy_cache_bypass $ http_upgrade;
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $ proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $ schema;
}
location / images {
alias / home / images / sleeves;
try_files $ uri /404Cover.jpg;
}
Location / Images {
alias / home / images / sleeves;
try_files $ uri /404Cover.jpg;
}
Location / Covers {
alias / home / images / light novels;
try_files $ uri /404Cover.jpg;
}
}

server {
listen 80 default_server;
# listen out [::]: 80 default_server deferred;
lap 444;
}

Now I checked the client records of that API and randomly received 302/307 HTTP responses.

Now I'm pretty sure the backend did not send those. So it's probably Nginx.

Any idea what those answers could be? Why does it seem completely random?

Both nginx / backends only work in Http. No https.

Could this have something to do with the 2 lines that I do not get in the configuration?

proxy_set_header Upgrade $ http_upgrade;
proxy_cache_bypass $ http_upgrade;

How to fight against mosquitoes in travel time?

How to fight against mosquitoes in travel time?

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I want to replace the market stalls in Skyrim, but I want to make sure that the characters will not have a problem moving to their usual locations after doing so. without being blocked in some way?

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