amazon web services – Is there a way to have multiple external IP addresses with Elastic Beanstalk?

I use Amazon Elastic Beanstalk with a VPC and want to have multiple environments (workers) with different IP addresses. I do not need them to be static, I would actually prefer them to change regularly if possible. The reason they are in a VPC is peering with MongoDB Atlas.

Is there a way to have multiple environments in a VPC with dynamic external IP addresses?

wp query – A WP_Query with multiple loops with different parameters

I create a page where 8 random posts must first be displayed. Then display all the posts with the A-Z title order on the second page, and so on with the previous / next pager.

does rewind_posts() allow to use different parameters with the same query? Is there another way, if not?

$q = new WP_Query((
    'post_type' => 'staff',
    'posts_per_page' => 8,
    'orderby' => 'rand',
    'order' => 'ASC',
));
if ($q->have_posts()) :
    while ($q->have_posts()) : $q->the_post();
        ...
    endwhile;
    wp_reset_postdata();
endif;

Parameters for the second loop.

'orderby' => 'title',
'order' => 'ASC',
'paged' => $paged,

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Network – ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR from multiple websites in multiple browsers and devices

In Chrome, I get the dreaded ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR when I visit some websites, two of which are Facebook and Instagram. This is the case with browsers (Chrome and similar errors in Firefox) both on my phone and on my laptop.

I've tried the suggestions here https://www.thesslstore.com/blog/fix-err-ssl-protocol-error/ except for those who use Chrome to access the proxy settings since I have the same message get here https://www.internalpointers.com/post/run-chrome-chromium-proxy-settings-linux. So I do not know how clear the SSL status is. Instead, I deleted all Chrome configuration files and reinstalled Chrome.

Interestingly, both the Facebook Messenger and Instagram apps were unable to access their servers until I switched to mobile data. On mobile data I could access the Facebook browser on my phone, but the apps also worked. They continued to work after using Wi-Fi again.

Buoyed by this result, I tried to load Facebook while using my phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot. I could then access Facebook. Unfortunately, the fix did not last this time when I went back to WiFi.

In short, it's obviously something special for my local network or connection. I reset the router to factory settings and that did not help. The only thing I can imagine is that a TV headend server is running on a Raspberry Pi. Otherwise, I have my phone, my laptop and a smart TV in the same network.

I have no more ideas and can not contact TalkTalk to see if it's their problem. Suggestions would be very grateful. If it is the fault of TalkTalk, it would be useful to know this so that I can threaten to terminate my contract. Thank you so much!

Android – Get the results of multiple dynamically created spinners

My problem is as follows:

I am developing a survey application consisting mainly of spinners and radio buttons. These spinners are created dynamically (programmatically) and a survey can be viewed with 2, 3, 40 … or no spinner.

Building the structure of the survey is easy. Now I do not know how to extract data from each spinner, if there are more than one. The value of the last of them always gives me back.

I have programmed (summarized):

 public void construyeEncuesta(){
        //cuestionesCC es un ArrayList con el número de Spinners(1) y de RadioButtons(2)
        for (int i=0; i adapter = new ArrayAdapter<>(this, android.R.layout.simple_list_item_checked, numbers);
        spinner.setAdapter(adapter);

        linearEncuesta.addView(spinner); }

This creates a bunch of spinners. My problem (rather my novice) is that I want to know what each spinner's result is throwing at me. I do it that way, but it's certainly wrong.

public void obtieneRespuestas(){

        for (int i=0; i

However, if there is more than one spinner, the value of the last is always returned.

What do I miss? ... (in addition to the many hours I spent on this programming)

Thanks and best regards!

SQL Server – Incremental backup, split across multiple files

I need to move a database from one cloud provider to another. It has to be done in an hour window. The database is 16 GB in size and the line speed between the current host and Azure (the final destination) is equivalent to a 30-hour backup. Far beyond the time we have.

I wanted to do a transnational replication. Once the main data volume has replicated within a few days, simply switch the site to use the replicated database and kill the source.

Unfortunately, the database we inherit has many problems. Views are incorrect (refer to deleted tables / columns). Many columns have no primary keys. (Please note, not my database. Well, it is now .. but ..)

Because of the views, replication does not even start, and then does not replicate tables without PK.

My other option would be to perform backups and incremental backups. But are incremental backups split into separate files? If so, I could back up to a folder on the source, then move the large initial backup and then move the incremental updates. Is that an option? Do I get smaller files using incremental backups? Then I could move the files over a certain period of time and then do the last backup on the day of commissioning and move the small incremental file.

sharepoint online – Creates an element attachment from a template based on multiple elements

To explain the question better, I explain what I want to finish. So, we have a person requesting parts through SharePoint, adding a new element with all the details, and adding an automatic request form to that element using flows. Then another person takes this item and orders the parts mentioned. The problem now is that often multiple parts need to be requested in the same order, and the final request form must contain all parts instead of creating a single sheet for each part. My question is, is there a way to create multiple elements and combine flows and generate a single attachment for all created elements? or sub-elements for a single request?

Message Queue – Best Practice for Communication and Events with Multiple Applications?

In essence, I have a web application and a console application. The web application allows users to configure what to process. It is only a large information processor. Using the Web UI, a user creates a configuration that is added to a configuration queue for processing.

If the user saves a configuration and no instance of the console application is running, the console applications run on the server (in a given configuration, multiple instances of the application are often started). Theoretically, no user needs to enter a new configuration to start an instance of the console app after the previous configuration has been processed. I need to get the next configuration in the queue.

The caveat is that the console application should not be aware of its outer implementation. Only part of the configuration has to be transferred and the information is processed accordingly. Because multiple instances work independently of each other on the same overall configuration, I can not retrieve a new configuration until all instances of the application are completed for the current one.

My thoughts on this may be the use of a message bus for communication between applications (RabbitMQ, MassTransit, etc.). Once all the processors are done, I want to send an event to notify that it's ready to start instances of the console application for the next configuration in the queue.

I'm not sure if a message bus is the best way to do it or not, or if there are other solutions that I did not think of / came across. At worst, I can hack something in the console application, but I want it to be as self-contained as possible.

oracle – Can sqlplus retrieve multiple lines at once?

Every day we have the task of saving the results of a query into a CSV file – as the standard edition of sqlplus Execute a query.

The number of records is many millions (do not ask) and the job takes more than two hours.

While trying to improve timing, I wrote a C program (using Oracle ofetch() call), but the performance has not changed … It did not help to increase the size of the Session Data Unit (SDU) (to 1 GB on the client – not sure where the server would hold it).

I then did some research and found that ofen()Collecting multiple lines at once can improve performance significantly – and change my C program to use it instead.

When retrieving 4K lines at once, the timings dropped to 21 minutes – a factor of 10-fold reduction – and provided a lot of fun.

Before we take the trouble to install my new executable on production servers, maybe we should have the stock sqlplus can also do the same multi-line retrieval – if the appropriate command-line options exist?

It can? We use Oracle-11, although if this feature is available in client version 12, we could update the client-side version …