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CRAN - Package knitrProgressBar
Provides a progress bar similar to 'dplyr' that can write progress out to a variety of locations, including stdout(), stderr(), or from file().
r  programming  analysis  productivity  logging 
yesterday by mjlassila
HARP-5
LIN- and CAN bus simulation and data logging
LIN-  and  CAN  bus  simulation  data  logging  -  HARP  5  lipowski 
3 days ago by kilroy2
mysql - Is it not possible to show warnings when using mysqlimport? - Stack Overflow | https://stackoverflow.com/
I used the mysql CLI tool, passing an equivalent "LOAD DATA ..." command followed by a semicolon, followed by "SHOW WARNINGS". The resulting display is helpful in finding detail on each warning.

For example:
<code class="language-bash">mysql <options> -e "LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE 'foo' INTO TABLE bar; SHOW WARNINGS"</code>

P.S.: You will probably also need to add the '--local-infile=1' option or you'll get an error message about something not being supported in this version of MySQL.

What worked (finally) for me was:
<code class="language-sql">
mysql --login-path=dbserver --local-infile=1 --protocol=TCP \
-e 'load data local infile "zz_ensembl_genes.tsv" into table zz_ensembl_genes; show warnings;' \
the_database
</code>
dba  mysql  importexport  solution  debugging  logging  errormessage 
3 days ago by kme
Deploying the ELK Stack with Ansible the Hard Way
Having the ability to deploy Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana (ELK) from a single command is a wonderous thing. Together, in this post, we shall build the Ansible playbook to do just that. There are some prerequisites. This Ansible playbook is made for Ubuntu Server and executed on Ubuntu Server 16.04. A basic system of 2 CPU cores and 4GB of RAM will be enough. The specs of the machine are entirely up to the situation and the volume of data. This blog post is an alternative to using the ELK stack on Qbox. To easily deploy and run your own ELK setup on Qbox, simply&nbsp;sign up or&nbsp;launch your cluster here, and&nbsp;refer to the tutorial "Provisioning a Qbox Elasticsearch Cluster."

#elasticsearch #logstash #kibana #elk-stack


refrr:https://qbox.io/blog/deploying-elk-stack-ansible-elasticsearch-kibana-logstash
Having the ability to deploy Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana (ELK) from a single command is a wonderous thing. Together, in this post, we shall build the Ansible playbook to do just that. There are some prerequisites. This Ansible playbook is made for Ubuntu Server and executed on Ubuntu Server 16.04. A basic system of 2 CPU cores and 4GB of RAM will be enough. The specs of the machine are entirely up to the situation and the volume of data. This blog post is an alternative to using the ELK stack on Qbox. To easily deploy and run your own ELK setup on Qbox, simply&nbsp;sign up or&nbsp;launch your cluster here, and&nbsp;refer to the tutorial "Provisioning a Qbox Elasticsearch Cluster."

#elasticsearch #logstash #kibana #elk-stack


refrr:https://qbox.io/blog/deploying-elk-stack-ansible-elasticsearch-kibana-logstash
ansible  devops  server  elk  tools  monitoring  logging  elasticsearch  kibana  logstash 
4 days ago by michaelfox
Elasticsearch Tutorials
Learn how to get the most from Elasticsearch. Written by the best in our community.


refrr:https://qbox.io/blog/
Learn how to get the most from Elasticsearch. Written by the best in our community.


refrr:https://qbox.io/blog/
elk  logstash  logging  monitoring  sysadmin   
4 days ago by michaelfox
Qbox Blog
In this guide we explore Refresh and Flush operations in Elasticsearch. This guide will bring resolution to the differences between the two in an effective manner. We also cover the underlying basics of Lucene functionalities, like reopen and commits, which helps in understanding refresh and flux operations.

#elasticsearch #lucene


refrr:https://qbox.io/blog/p22
In this guide we explore Refresh and Flush operations in Elasticsearch. This guide will bring resolution to the differences between the two in an effective manner. We also cover the underlying basics of Lucene functionalities, like reopen and commits, which helps in understanding refresh and flux operations.

#elasticsearch #lucene


refrr:https://qbox.io/blog/p22
elk  logstash  logging  monitoring  sysadmin    blog  resource 
4 days ago by michaelfox
Parsing and Centralizing Elasticsearch Logs with Logstash
on | NOTE: this configuration was tested with Logstash 2.2 on logs generated by Elasticsearch 2.2…


refrr:https://www.google.com/
on | NOTE: this configuration was tested with Logstash 2.2 on logs generated by Elasticsearch 2.2…


refrr:https://www.google.com/
elk  logstash  logging  monitoring  sysadmin    regex  string 
4 days ago by michaelfox
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Get started with the documentation for Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash, Beats, X-Pack, Elastic Cloud, Elasticsearch for Apache Hadoop, and our language clients.


refrr:https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/logstash/current/plugins-filters-grok.html
elk  logstash  logging  monitoring  sysadmin    regex  stringapache 
4 days ago by michaelfox

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