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Quarter / part shelves in the Atlanta area?

Looking for Colo Square in the Atlanta area, but do not need a half or full rack at the moment. You also want to be able to work directly on the hardware and not from afar. So it does not work on U colo, as Remote Hands would be required for hardware work. As such, broken cabins / racks (1/4, 1/8) seem to work best as long as each is individually locked and so on. Location would be North / Northwest Atlanta subway or downtown Atlanta. Nearly 75 preferred.

So two questions:

  1. Which providers would meet the above requirements?
  2. Is it worth it or should you simply do the U and just the control requirements? I like control But once it's stacked and stacked, hopefully it will not have to be touched for a while. As long as IPMI (private network) is available, it probably does not matter.

So far I have found, but not contacted:

  • coloblox – have not found many reports on them
  • Quadranet – but not sure
  • Hivelocity – Insecure access from the site, it sounds more like reserved space than segmented space.

Of the three, coloblox seems to be targeting this market because its site details are better than the others. But would be nice to use a DC that has active repeats here.

Does anyone have any other suggestions?

query – How do I convert a BIGINT to a DATETIME in Informix 12.1?

I'm new to Informix and I'm trying to turn a bigint into a datetime.

SELECT sdatetime
FROM CallDetail;

Results:
sdatetime
----------
1572509662678
1572518550704
1572519033540

This seems to be the number of ms from 1-1-1970, but I can not properly handle the syntax. The next thing I got was a date without time. I need both.

How can I do that?

Charts and Networks – List in-links to a node

Suppose I set the edges down. Can it be used to create a list of all nodes that are connected to all other nodes? For example, 17 nodes connect to node 5 (i.e., 17 nodes point as directed connection on node 5), and this is the set {27,23,22,21,4,25,7,24,30,15,18,19,29,3,8,9,10}, How can I generate such an amount (a lot of inlinks) for all nodes in the graph?

edges = {5 -> 27, 27 -> 5, 5 -> 23, 23 -> 5, 27 -> 23, 23 -> 27,     5
-> 22, 22 -> 5, 27 -> 22, 22 -> 27, 5 -> 21, 21 -> 5, 27 -> 21,     21 -> 27, 5 -> 4, 4 -> 5, 27 -> 4, 4 -> 27, 5 -> 25, 25 -> 5,     27 -> 25, 25 -> 27, 5 -> 7, 7 -> 5, 5 -> 24, 24 -> 5, 27 -> 26,     26 ->
 27, 27 -> 24, 24 -> 27, 24 -> 20, 5 -> 30, 30 -> 5, 15 -> 5,     5 ->
 18, 18 -> 5, 5 -> 19, 19 -> 5, 15 -> 18, 18 -> 15, 18 -> 19,     19 ->
 18, 29 -> 5, 5 -> 29, 29 -> 27, 27 -> 29, 29 -> 1, 1 -> 29,     29 ->
 18, 18 -> 29, 29 -> 15, 15 -> 29, 28 -> 29, 29 -> 30,     30 -> 29, 5
 -> 11, 18 -> 16, 16 -> 18, 18 -> 17, 56 -> 18,     15 -> 12, 12 -> 15, 15 -> 13, 13 -> 15, 15 -> 14, 14 -> 15, 5 -> 3,
     3 -> 5, 5 -> 8, 8 -> 5, 5 -> 9, 9 -> 5, 5 -> 10, 10 -> 5, 5 -> 31,
     27 -> 31, 5 -> 32, 27 -> 32, 5 -> 33, 27 -> 33, 5 -> 34, 27 -> 34,
     5 -> 35, 27 -> 35, 5 -> 36, 27 -> 36, 5 -> 37, 27 -> 37, 5 -> 38,     27 -> 38, 5 -> 39, 27 -> 39, 5 -> 40, 27 -> 40, 21 -> 41, 42 -> 9,    
 1 -> 6, 6 -> 1};

Can an iOS dictation be written to be a single language?

I use the dictation feature in iOS quite a bit, and as a multilingual speaker I do that in multiple languages. One very annoying feature (and I think it's new) is that it occasionally changes the language in the middle sentence.

This behavior can be both good and bad: If my input language is Dutch and I speak English obviously, my phone corrects the input language happily and uses English instead.

On the other hand, my Spanish comes with a strong Dutch accent and my phone decides that I speak Dutch and creates something incomprehensible.

Can this feature be disabled so I can use dictations in multiple languages ​​correctly? 🙂