Will this laptop support higher size and speed RAM?

I bought Lenovo S145 15IIL laptop (model 81W800FLIN).
It comes with 8GB soldered RAM which seem to run at 2666 MHz.
The processor is 1031G1 which seem to support 64GB @ 3200 MHz.
Lenovo says max 12 GB is supported. But some people have upgraded above 12 GB too.
For example in this video it is shown to work with 20GB RAM.
Will adding 16GB RAM (total 24GB) work? Possibly at higher data rate? Or I have to stick to data rate of 2666MHz or lower?

Decrease the screen size (not resolution) on android 11 (wm overscan depricated)

I recently bought a Pixel 4a and being used to a way smaller phones before (4.7 inches) it’s gigantic for me. I’m trying to find a way to decrease the usable space of the screen (from the top) and hide the camera cutout. I found out this but the option is only available on samsung (and other brands). then I found out this thread and the “wm overscan” adb command and just as it looked like I found a solution, it turned out Google depricated the overscan command in Android 11. I tried also natcho notch and other “notch-hiding” software but they only “blacken” the notification bar and don’t actually reduce the screen size. Any ideas what I can do to actually achieve this on Android 11?

partition – VMware esxi host partedUtil sector bit and block size?

Alright, things i did are: studying https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/1036609 and https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/2004299 , and also googled some other information about the “partedUtil” in ESXi.

I encountered doubts when utilizing partedUtil commandlines to configure partitions in ESXi 7.0 host but I failed to find proper answer for my own doubts.

According to figure below,

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can anyone please tell me what is the measuring unit(is it kb?) of 16987000 and 17092000? (i know they are the “sector start” and “sector end”, respectively.)

additionally, how do i know the measuring unit(mb?) of block size for specific partition(such as VMFS Datastore or Linux Swap, for example) when configuring with partedUtil in ESXi??

The last question is: do I need to multiply “block size” by “space I need” as the space(between start sector and end sector) for the partition I need? or maybe the space between start and end sector is quite simple to calculate which does not need to take “block size” into consideration?

thanks in advance!!

sql server – log send queue size and redo queue size in AG

I am trying to figure out the way to monitor these 2 events

  1. log send queue size – I can see this in perfmon

  2. Redo queue size – I can see in dmv but not in perfmon counter

Is there a way using perfmon i can calculate the redo queue size if not there in perfmon. Also i see these events are logged in windows event when these are part of database mirroring. But now in AG how is it possible to log these 2 values in windows event viewer for a certain range exceeding ?


windows – Why do identical folders on two different hard drives of the same file count and file sizes, take up a different size on disk?

Both have

  • 216,540 files
  • 52,103 folders
  • Size: 278 GB (299,363,715,785 bytes)

But for one hard drive the size on disk is 278 GB (299,672,182,784 bytes) and for another it’s 278 GB (299,672,211,456 bytes) bytes).

That’s a difference of 28,672 bytes or 28.67KB.


apache 2.4 – How to adjust TCP Window Size?

I asked a similar question before, but I believe I was not clear with the details.

I’m basically having some problems with my server related to high latency between the server and the clients due to the geographical distance. And making a research, it turned out that I can solve this issue by increasing the TCP Window Size.

The problem is I don’t really know how to do it, and following the instructions I found on the web didn’t help at all.

So I’m hoping that someone can share some documentation / commands / instructions or anything that can further improve this question.

Here is some info:

  • OS: Ubuntu 20.04 (LTS) x64
  • Server: Apache/2.4.41
  • Application Type: Python – Flask
  • Hosting Company: Digital Ocean

graphics – Keynote Mac, delete cropped image to reduce file size without losing image resolution quality

I have lots of high-resolution images inserted into the Keynote which makes the file very large. Image masking in Keynote is very convenient for me. But I only want a small corner of the images shown in the slides, and I don’t need the cropped part anymore. Reducing file size under the File menu loses image quality and the cropped images are still there. Is there any way to delete the cropped part to reduce file size without losing image resolution/quality?

Razer Phone 2 showing wrong size for the SD card and performance of the card is not ok

I have the following setup:

  • Razer Phone 2 (Android Phone)
  • Samsung EVO 128 GB SD card SDXC class 10 (Yellow one)
  • SD Card formatted as internal storage from the Razer phone

After using the phone for couple of months the performance of the phone started to get effected. The I checked and found that the SD card was sowing 256 GB but the card is actually 128 GB.

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I have double checked the card physically and it is a 128 GB card.

Now how do I reformat the SD card so that it is corrected (found a video on how to do that) and then copy my data back to the card so that it works as before. The card is encrypted so the copied data will not make sense. But as long as it works after I copy back that will do.

I do not have another card where I can clone this card. I plan to copy to my windows machine, format and then copy-back the content of the card.

Any suggestion on the steps/measures I have to take to have the card corrected and retain the data?