- RT @jjoerg42: The Law Via the Internet Conference 2017 website is up and running at https://t.co/19UVPRiEUS. Submit a paper! Attend the co… 09:43:58, 2017-05-08
- RT @abziegler: Great to see @PlaceJudicata alive. But please put your team on your website. Lawyers shouldn't use tech that won't ID its cr… 09:44:22, 2017-05-08
- Formative Assessments: A Law School Case Study :: Jones Merritt, Colker, Deason, Smith, Shoben :: SSRN https://t.co/Xg9pNT0aMx 14:49:30, 2017-05-08
- @johnpmayer The test he's promoting won't even be administered until 2020 and then only to solicitors. Hard to comp… https://t.co/DX2LppS5te in reply to johnpmayer 17:57:08, 2017-05-08
In a nutshell, Kubernetes services are an abstraction for pods, providing a stable, virtual IP (VIP) address. As pods may come and go, for example in the process of a rolling upgrade, services allow clients to reliably connect to the containers running in the pods, using the VIP. The virtual in VIP means it’s not an actual IP address connected to a network interface but its purpose is purely to forward traffic to one or more pods. Keeping the mapping between the VIP and the pods up-to-date is the job of kub
MySQL has a built-in slow query log. To use it, open the my.cnf file and set the slow_query_log variable to “On.” Set long_query_time to the number of seconds that a query should take to be considered slow, say 0.2. Set slow_query_log_file to the path where you want to save the file. Then run your code and any query above the specified threshold will be added to that file.