9.0 pie – Is it possible to mark a connection as a SSID "mobile network"?

I'm wondering if there's a way I can set up a Wi-Fi / WiFi connection based on their SSID as a "mobile network" for data usage policies for apps or the Android system in general.

If you have a data plan with your mobile service provider, your phone's LTE modem (or 3G modem) will usually connect to the provider to provide you with Internet access.

If I use a mobile LTE / WiFi router instead, my phone will assume that it is an unmeasured WiFi uplink and the apps / system are behaving accordingly (wrongly).

Is there a way to tell the system that when it connects to a particular SSID, it should treat it as a "mobile network" regarding the use of data by apps?

Phone: Samsung S9 + (SM-G965F), Android 9

NB: The settings from this answer are not available on my phone.

litecoin – Connection problem with my Lightning network node on port 9735

I'm working on Windows 10. I'm already successfully running a full Litecoin node. Disabling the Windows Firewall does not affect this issue.

I use litecoind-0.17.1 and Ind-0.7.0-beta,

I noticed two things:

2019-07-21 21: 24: 33.380 [INF] CMGR: Server listens for 127.0.0.1:1

and the error message:

2019-07-21 20: 32: 53.932 [ERR] SRVR: No connection to 028fdcc25bc8deeeaa087786b12560ec2c707f76795c1e8b4bda301ad3bea28ce9@X.X.X.X: 9735: Selecting TCP X.X.X.X.

Is it okay for the server to watch port 1? And why can not I connect to my computer through port 9735 even though the port should be 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
restlists = 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 = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
litecoind.zmqpubrawblock = tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29332
litecoind.zmqpubrawtx = tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29333

litecoin.conf:

server = 1
Daemon = 1
to list
maxconnections = 65
Timeout = 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 = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
zmqpubrawblock = tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29332
zmqpubrawtx = tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29333
addresstype = p2sh-segwit
deprecatedrpc = signrawtransaction

Full nd protocol 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: check for schema update: latest_version = 9, db_version = 9
2019-07-21 20: 32: 19.220 [INF] RPCS: Password RPC Server Monitoring 0.0.0.0:10009
2019-07-21 20: 32: 19.223 [INF] RPCS: Password The gRPC proxy was started at 0.0.0.0:10010
2019-07-21 20: 32: 19.234 [INF] LTND: Waiting for the password for wallet encryption. Use "lncli create" to create a wallet, "lncli unlock" to unlock an existing wallet, or "lncli changepassword" to change and unlock the password of an existing wallet.
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.019 [INF] LNWL: Open wallet
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.089 [INF] LTND: The primary chain is set to LiteCoin
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.112 [INF] LNWL: Start listening to bitcoind block notifications via ZMQ at tcp: //127.0.0.1: 29332
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.112 [INF] LTND: litecoind backed fee estimator is initialized
2019-07-21 20: 32: 23.112 [INF] LNWL: Start 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 was unlocked without time limit
2019-07-21 20: 32: 24.810 [INF] LTND: LightningWallet open
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.073 [INF] HSWC: Restore the in-memory circuit state from the hard disk
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.076 [INF] HSWC: Payment circuits loaded: num_pending = 0, num_open = 0
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.109 [INF] LTND: Channel Backup Proxy Channel Notifier is started
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.109 [INF] ATPL: instantiate autopilot with cfg: (* lnd.autoPilotConfig) (0xc000077480) ({
Active: (bool) false
Heuristic: (map[string]float64) (len = 1) {
(string) (len = 12) "preferred": (float64) 1
},
MaxChannels: (int) 5,
Distribution: (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 monitors 0.0.0.0:10009
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.120 [INF] RPCS: The gRPC proxy was started at 0.0.0.0:10010
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.124 [INF] LTND: Wait for the backend of the chain to complete synchronization start_height = 1671547
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.821 [INF] LNWL: Rerun scan of block cc29b974cece1cfc5917abd5d0f1d611f89b68098fa8b28e7fa9699b28d7a141 (height 1671544) for 0 addresses started
2019-07-21 20: 32: 25.839 [INF] LNWL: Fetching block hashes to 1671547 may take a while
2019-07-21 20: 32: 26.187 [INF] LNWL: Block hashes caught up
2019-07-21 20: 32: 26.187 [INF] LNWL: Rescan for 0 addresses completed (synchronized with block 4d54031a8a994c8d17ce7ef65646665e02ef753ae8d543da6d01828bf65d6eeb, height 1671547)
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.132 [INF] LTND: Chain backend is fully synchronized (end_height = 1671547)!
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.140 [INF] NTFN: New subscription for block epochs
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.140 [INF] HSWC: Start the HTLC switch
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.252 [INF] NTFN: New subscription for block epochs
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.254 [INF] NTFN: New subscription for block epochs
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.256 [INF] NTFN: New subscription for block epochs
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.257 [INF] DISC: Authenticated Gossiper will start
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.258 [INF] BRAR: Launch contract observers, look for violations.
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.258 [INF] NTFN: New subscription for block epochs
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.266 [INF] CRTR: FilteredChainView is started
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.275 [INF] CRTR: Filter chain with 0 active channels
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.276 [INF] CRTR: Trim Tip for Channel Chart: height = 1671544, hash = cc29b974cece1cfc5917abd5d0f1d611f89b68098fa8b28e7fa9699b28d7a141
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.277 [INF] CRTR: Channel graph of height = 1671544 (hash = cc29b974cece1cfc5917abd5d0f1d611f89b68098fa8b28e7fa9699b28d7a141) at height = 1671547 (hash = 4d54031a8a994c8d17ce7ef6564665
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.295 [INF] CRTR: Block e558b9153f30b1f217539fd094c5b9e55b84c52a64565f3e5e4a91b3b5ae4137 (height = 1671545) has closed 0 channels
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.307 [INF] CRTR: Block c3133127e12b7e96b3f0f7adfcf7ac199681e8b9f3d72024349a0d9c12a9c088 (height = 1671546) has closed 0 channels
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.315 [INF] CRTR: Block 4d54031a8a994c8d17ce7ef65646665e02ef753ae8d543da6d01828bf65d6eeb (height = 1671547) has 0 channels closed
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.315 [INF] CRTR: Graph cleanup completed: 0 channels have been closed since altitude 1671544
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.332 [INF] CHBU: chanbackup.SubSwapper is started
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.338 [INF] CMGR: Server listens for 127.0.0.1:1
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.341 [INF] SRVR: Initializing Peer Network Bootstraps!
2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.348 [INF] SRVR: Create DNS Peer Bootstrapper with Seeds: [[ltc.nodes.lightning.directory soa.nodes.lightning.directory]]2019-07-21 20: 32: 27.342 [INF] CHBU: Update the backup file to 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: Outdated the old multi-backup file from C:  Users  root  AppData  Local  Lnd  data  chain  litecoin  mainnet  temp-dont-use.backup to C:  Users  root  AppData  Local  Nd  data  chain  litecoin  mainnet  channel.backup
2019-07-21 20: 32: 32.831 [INF] DISC: An attempt is made to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2019-07-21 20: 32: 32.831 [INF] DISC: Get 1 Addrs to the bootstrap 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: An attempt is made to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2019-07-21 20: 32: 38.314 [ERR] SRVR: First bootstrap peers can not be retrieved: 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: An attempt is made to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2019-07-21 20: 32: 42.587 [ERR] SRVR: First bootstrap peers can not be retrieved: 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: An attempt is made to bootstrap with: Authenticated Channel Graph
2019-07-21 20: 32: 50.968 [ERR] SRVR: First bootstrap peers can not be retrieved: No addresses were found
2019-07-21 20: 32: 53.932 [ERR] SRVR: No connection to 028fdcc25bc8deeeaa087786b12560ec2c707f76795c1e8b4bda301ad3bea28ce9@X.X.X.X: 9735: Selecting TCP X.X.X.X.
2019-07-21 20: 33: 07.207 [INF] DISC: An attempt is made to bootstrap 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: First bootstrap peers can not be retrieved: No addresses were found
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.551 [INF] LTND: Received interruption
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.551 [INF] LTND: shutdown ...
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.556 [INF] LTND: Gracefully shut down.
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.556 [INF] HSWC: Block Epoch Aborted, Hash Log Shut Down
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.556 [INF] CRTR: FilteredChainView is stopped
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.557 [INF] HSWC: HTLC switch shuts down
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.558 [INF] UTXN: UTXO kindergarten is shutting down
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.564 [INF] BRAR: Breach Arbiter is shutting down
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.578 [INF] DISC: Authenticated Gossiper stops
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.581 [INF] CNCT: Stop ChainArbitrator
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.591 [INF] FNDG: The funding manager shuts down
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.591 [INF] CHBU: stopping chanbackup.SubSwapper
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.603 [INF] RPCS: Stop the RPC Server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.618 [INF] RPCS: Stop the RouterRPC Sub-RPC Server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.620 [INF] RPCS: Stop the SignRPC Sub-RPC Server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.636 [INF] RPCS: Stop the 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: Stopping InvoicesRPC Sub-RPC Server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.672 [INF] RPCS: Stop WalletKitRPC sub-RPC server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.675 [INF] RPCS: Stop the Watchtower RPC Sub-RPC Server
2019-07-21 20: 33: 20.682 [INF] LTND: shutdown completed

Python 3.x – MySQL connection problem with Django

I connected Mysql to Django, and after changing the settings from SqlLite3 to Mysql, I tested the server to see if it worked, and the following error occurred in the terminal:

django.core.exceptions.ImproperlyConfigured: Error loading the MySQLdb module.
Did you install mysqlclient?

I did not understand this error, Mysql is installed on my computer.

settings:

DATABASES = {
& # 39; default & # 39 ;: {
& # 39; ENGINE & # 39;: django.db.backends.mysql & # 39 ;,
"NAME": "Kung_Courses",
& # 39; USER & # 39 ;: & # 39; root & # 39 ;, & # 39;
& # 39; PASSWORD & # 39 ;: & # 39; ####### & # 39 ;,
HHOST:: local localhost,,
"PORT": "3306"
}

}

7 – Why d7_user_role needs a configured database connection if the migration group already defines it

I've just done a super easy user_role import and I'm trying to do a user import. Both are in the same migration group, and the migration group has a source key that specifies which database to use in the settings.php file.

I can properly migrate and reset the user_role import, but when I try to import the users, I get the message "Migration mysite_user did not meet the requirements, no database connection configured for the d7_user_role plugin".

migrate_plus.migration_group.basic_migration.yml

uuid: 512c4248-7f60-4b08-9cc2-8d804657262c
langcode: en
Status: true
Dependencies: {}
id: basic_migration
label: basic_migration
Description: & # 39; Basic Migrations & # 39;
source_type: & # 39; Drupal 7 & # 39;
Module: zero
shared_configuration:
Source:
Key: legacy  

migrate_plus.migration.mysite_role.yml

uuid: 6e288181-f2fd-4e22-885e-02282cc4d222
langcode: en
Status: true
Dependencies: {}
id: mysite_role
Class: zero
field_plugin_method: null
cck_plugin_method: null
migration_tags:
- & # 39; Drupal 7 & # 39;
- Construction
migration_group: basic_migration
Designation: & # 39; Mysite Role & # 39;
Source:
Plugin: d7_user_role
to process:
I would:
-
Plugin: computer name
source name
-
Plugin: user_update_8002
brand name
permissions:
-
Plugin: static_map
Source: Permissions
Bypass: true
Map:
Use PHP for block visibility & # 39 ;: & # 39; PHP for settings & # 39;
& # 39; manage site-wide contact form & # 39 ;: & # 39; manage contact forms & # 39;
& # 39; leave comments without approval & # 39 ;: & # 39; skip comment approval & # 39;
& # 39; Edit My Blog Entries & # 39 ;: & # 39; Edit My Blog Content & # 39;
& # 39; Edit any blog entry & # 39 ;: & # 39; Edit any blog content & # 39;
& # 39; Deleting own blog entries & # 39 ;: & # 39; Deleting own blog contents & # 39;
& # 39; Deleting a blog entry & # 39 ;: & # 39; Deleting a blog content & # 39;
& # 39; create forum topics & # 39 ;: & # 39; create forum content & # 39;
& # 39; delete any forum topic & # 39 ;: & # 39; delete any forum topic & # 39;
& # 39; delete own forum topics & # 39 ;: & # 39; delete own forum topics & # 39;
& # 39; Edit any forum topic & # 39 ;: & # 39; Edit any forum content & # 39;
& # 39; Edit Your Forums Topics & # 39 ;: & # 39; Edit Your Forums Topics & # 39;
-
Plugin: flattening
weight: weight
Aim:
plugin: entity: user_role & # 39;
migration_dependencies: null

migrate_plus.migration.mysite_user.yml
uuid: bd0ef271-9c8f-40d7-9b65-8147e4cdda47
langcode: en
Status: true
Dependencies: {}
id: mysite_user
Class: Drupal  user  Plugin  migrate  User
field_plugin_method: null
cck_plugin_method: null
migration_tags:
- & # 39; Drupal 7 & # 39;
- Content
migration_group: basic_migration
label: & # 39; Mysite User & # 39;
Source:
Plugin: d7_user
to process:
UID: UID
Name Name
passed: passed
mail: mail
created: created
Access: Access
Login Log in
Status: Status
Time zone: time zone
langCode:
Plugin: user_langcode
Source language
fallback_to_site_default: false
preferred_langcode:
Plugin: user_langcode
Source language
fallback_to_site_default: true
preferred_admin_langcode:
Plugin: user_langcode
Source language
fallback_to_site_default: true
init: init
Roll:
Plugin: migration_lookup
Migration: d7_user_role
Source: Roles
user_picture:
-
plugin: default_value
Source: Picture
default_value: null
-
Plugin: migration_lookup
Migration: d7_file
Aim:
plugin: & # 39; entity: user & # 39;
migration_dependencies:
required:
- d7_user_role
- mysite_role
optionally:
- d7_field_instance
- d7_file
- Language
- standard language
- user_picture_field_instance
- user_picture_entity_display
- user_picture_entity_form_display  

Any clues as to where to start looking would be greatly appreciated.

Networking – How does telegram send and receive messages over a mobile internet connection without data?

I have the telegram application on my phone and have trouble figuring out how to send and receive chat messages (NOT SMS) without internet data.

To surf the internet or do something, I have to buy internet data. When I'm not there, I can not do anything because my provider is doing it completely, as this is their business model.

Enter telegram.

I can send and receive multimedia messages without the so-called data. Some people I know where I am and others around the world have also reported it.

I looked around and it is not a null service like https://internet.org.

So I had to think that they might use DNS tunneling or other data filtering / infiltration techniques, which could explain the delay in downloading images, so I triggered Wireshark and did not see anything like that. Only normal DNS queries. It is really disturbing for me.

I've checked if my service provider is blocking DNS, ICMP, NTP, and just about all UDP and TCP connections if I did not buy internet data.

My wireless and Bluetooth radios are turned off so they can not use a mesh network.

How could you do that?

postfix – Could not talk to me: 521 connection refused

I have a Zimbra mail server running a dynamic public IP. The inbound and outbound e-mails are forwarded via an AWS ec2 instance (with Postfix) with a static public IP. The AWS instance has proper reverse DNS records, MX records, and SPF settings.

This setup has worked pretty well in the last few years, but lately there has been an increased number of errors saying, "I refused to speak with me: 521 Connection Disapproved."

In this case, none of the domains accept emails from my relay server. Even telnet aspmx.l.google.com 25 is immediately rejected. Incoming mails are ok. I can confirm that the IP or domain is NOT on one of the blacklists.

I do not understand what this could be about. Does it make a difference if the public IP of the Zimbra server is blacklisted? I can confirm that it was never before, not sure if things are different now?

java – Increases the number of Tomcat connection pools

I have a problem on my production server where my cat crashed when requesting a connection to the bank's liaison pool.
When I upload Tomcat, the following message appears in the log:

WARNING: Name = GaiaDataBase maxActive property is not used in DBCP2, use maxTotal instead. The default value for maxTotal is 8. You have set the value "40" for the maxActive property, which is ignored.

My context.xml You are now configured:

 

I thought maxActive = "40" would mean that I had 40 simultaneous connections in the pool. But it is not what happens after the protocol.

How can these connections be increased?

scala – Connection to MySQL over 127.0.0.1 not possible

I'm trying to talk to MySQL on JDBC (in Scala), but there is an error

com.mysql.jdbc.exceptions.jdbc4.CommunicationsException: Communication connection error

The last packet successfully sent to the server was 0 milliseconds ago. The driver has not received any packages from the server.
at com.mysql.jdbc.Util.handleNewInstance (Util.java:408)
at com.mysql.jdbc.SQLError.createCommunicationsException (SQLError.java:1137)
at com.mysql.jdbc.MysqlIO.(MysqlIO.java:356)
at com.mysql.jdbc.ConnectionImpl.coreConnect (ConnectionImpl.java:2504)

I reviewed similar posts on Stack Overflow, but none of them helped

I think I have an idea of ​​what this could have caused, but can not find a solution.

I have started a MySQL server and can access and create tables, etc. using localhost

- mysql -hlocalhost -P3306 -uroot

However, if I use an IP, an error will occur

- mysql -h 127.0.0.1 -u root
ERROR 2003 (HY000): Unable to connect to the MySQL server at & # 39; 127.0.0.1 & # 39; to be produced (61)

I think that could be related.

Here's the code snippet I want to programmatically access.

    val url = "jdbc: mysql: // localhost: 3306 / mysql"
val driver = "com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"
val username = "root"
val password = "root"
Class.forName (driver)
Pressure ("level 0")

To attempt {
val connection = DriverManager.getConnection (url, "root", null)
}
Catch {catch
Case e: Exception => e.printStackTrace
}

Every help is appreciated.

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