I have zones in my BIND server that are dynamically updated by some Windows DHCP servers very often.
However, I have to add entries "manually" in these zones.
Can I still update these zones manually by simply editing them (using vi on my bind server, as I do with the others that do not support updates), adding the record, updating the serial number, and reloading the thing? (rndc reload)
What happens if during my serial update an update is carried out simultaneously by any dynamic system (in my case DHCP)?
Thank you very much
I want to implement NIC bonding on a Linux server in a redundant network topology, as shown in the following network diagram.
Both interfaces of the Linux server fa0 and fa1 would be connected to the mode active-backup, so that at this time only one of the connections is active. The bond has an IP address and a MAC address that are visible to the switches. If the active connection goes down, I know the backup will be active and send a free ARP over the network.
My confusion is how the ASA would know on which interface the packets are sent to the server, also not sure how STP can help in this topology. Both ASA are configured in Active Standby Failover.
Good morning, I'm using Apache NetBeans version 11.1 and have followed a tutorial on creating Java and Swing Crud. However, in some sections of the tutorial, I found that the beans binding library did not exist. and I could not find a way to download it … who knows how to add or import this library ???
I'm creating a sign-up list for a corporate site and want to see the number of certain court types already registered. Details:
I have two lists: Potluck Signup List and Dish Type Lookup List.
The search for crockery types has three columns: crockery type, number of crockery types, and total crockery type. The list contains 3 records with the available types of crockery (main course, side dish, dessert).
The login list includes a search for dish type that includes a drop-down list of items from the Dish Type column of the search list. In the lookup list, the number of court types is a look back at the signup list, which shows the number of related items. The number of items selected in the enrollment list for each type of crockery is displayed (ie 3 for main course or 2 for dessert).
Dish Type Total is just a number field that I use because lookup fields can not be used for some things. I have a workflow that successfully updates this value.
I have created an InfoPath form for the registration list. I have a problem with a label (Computed Value field) indicating the number of people who have already logged in to bring the type of court selected by the user of the form. Suppose I log in to bring a supplement. I would like to show on the form that 2 other people have already registered to bring supplements.
I have two data connections in the InfoPath form: Main (Login List) and Secondary (Lookup List).
I added the Calculated Value box and set the dish type sum to be retrieved from the lookup list. By default, only the value of the first line is displayed, so I wanted to add a filter. My filter is:
Dish Type (Secondary) = Type of dish (Main)
However, when I try to publish, the error appears in the question title. The full mistake is:
Binding controls are not supported: Binding a non-repeating control to a repeating field or group is not supported in SharePoint list forms. To resolve this issue, remove the control or replace it with a repeating control, such as a repeating section or a table.
When I try to add a table, insert the Computed Value field and bind to Dish Type Total (Secondary), the following error message appears:
A repeating table must be bound to a field or group that repeats. In addition, the field or group must contain other fields.
I have the feeling that I am now running in circles and working on them for hours. Web searches have proven unsuccessful. How can I get the current value of Dish Type Total from the lookup list to display in a field on my InfoPath form based on the value of the Dish Type dropdown list?
Thank you in advance. If I can clarify something, please let me know!
I'm trying to set up an nginx container as part of a docker stack. I wanted to use a bind mount that nginx provides content with, but although the server starts properly, I keep getting the "permission denied" error message.
Here is the relevant folder structure of my project:
I'm new to PHP, trying to figure out the best way to bind column values to properties in a class. The column names in the database are not ideal, and I want to extract them so that I can refer to the object properties instead. Is the following example a reasonable approach?
// @var object
private $ db;
// @var integer
public $ id;
// @var string
public $ name;
public function __construct ($ db)
$ this-> db = $ db;
public function getById ($ id)
$ id = (int) $ id;
$ query = $ this-> db-> prepare ("SELECT * FROM checkups WHERE checkup_id =: checkup_id");
$ query-> bindValue (& # 39 ;: checkup_id & # 39 ;, $ id, PDO :: PARAM_INT);
$ query-> execute ();
$ assessment = $ query-> fetch ();
$ this-> id = $ assessment['checkup_id'];
$ this-> name = $ assessment['checkup_name'];
Curious if there is an extra layer abstraction that I should consider or any other methods I should use to assign the values to their properties. For example, I'm not sure how I would handle fetchAll () with this method. I have taken note of the PDET FETCH_OBJECT and similar methods, but they only seem to apply if the class properties have the same name as the columns from which I want to get away.