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comment Is softwood appropriate for furniture squares on a hardwood cabinet?
If using this approach, is it necessary to use any kind of joinery on the plywood pieces themselves? From what I've read, if using an internal joint block like this, a simple butt or miter joint (without dowels/tenons/etc) is sufficient.
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asked Is softwood appropriate for furniture squares on a hardwood cabinet?
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comment Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with known CA certificates. How to resolve?
Ah-ha! This was it (at least for me)! To fix this, I issued a sudo service ntpd restart. Note that if your clock is too far off, you have to tweak ntpd to get it to update. To do so, add tinker panic 0 to the beginning of /etc/ntp.conf (must be the first line) (kb.vmware.com/kb/1006427)
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comment someone explain spl_autoload, __autoload and spl_autoload_register?
Isn't one of the huge benefits to using spl_autoload_register() (and __autoload() in general) that it lazy loads include files/classes? This is implied by the answer, but not explicitly stated. To me, this is critical information that would be perfect for inclusion in your answer! :)
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comment Getting "Unable to parse the p12 file..." Error With google-api-php-client
Using Google's PHP API (github.com/google/google-api-php-client), I did not need to specify "notasecret" anywhere. The fix for me was to ensure that the webserver could read the file.
Feb
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asked What are the advantages to using VARCHAR(256) instead of TEXT?
Feb
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comment MySQL - TEXT vs CHAR and VARCHAR
Soooo if you're storing 256 or more characters, VARCHAR and TEXT take up the same amount of storage space?
Feb
26
comment Quota limit for google analytics API
I realize this is an old question, but one approach is to track your user IDs with a custom metric, dimension, or variable. This allows you to return data for all users simultaneously in one request (max 10,000 rows per request). Your cron job would simply need to collate all of the results by this custom parameter (the user ID). I've tested this with a custom dimension, and it works great!
Feb
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comment How can I check if custom dimensions data is working?
Excellent. I love answers like this that answer a very specific problem by referencing a more powerful and generalized tool or approach. Thank you very much!
Feb
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comment MySQL VARCHAR size?
To be clear: Storing a string 100 characters in a varchar(200) field will take 101 bytes. Storing a string of 100 characters in a varchar(256) field will take 102 bytes. This is why you see varchar(255) so frequently; 255 characters is the longest string you can store in MySQL's varchar type with only one byte of overhead. Anything larger requires two bytes of overhead.
Feb
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answered Retrieve Facebook Insights older than 3 months with Graph API
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awarded Scholar
Feb
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accepted QoS and ample bandwidth
Feb
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comment QoS and ample bandwidth
This was more of a theoretical question in order to address an issue we're having. Our VoIP provider insists that we need to set up QoS, but I don't think it will help because we shouldn't be anywhere near maxing out our connection. Update: For those who are interested, I believe the problem is that our ISP is providing very poor service. We've been intermittently measuring 0.5 mbps up when we're supposed to be getting 16. So, yes, QoS would probably help. But our ISP is the bigger issue.
Feb
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accepted Does quality of service (QoS) reduce the bandwidth that is available to “bulk” traffic?
Feb
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comment Coolant/antifreeze leaking out of engine block (See photo/video)
Any thoughts, @mikes or @Paulster2?
Feb
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Feb
18
revised Does quality of service (QoS) reduce the bandwidth that is available to “bulk” traffic?
edited body; edited title
Feb
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asked Does quality of service (QoS) reduce the bandwidth that is available to “bulk” traffic?
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asked QoS and ample bandwidth
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