Nov 26, 12:03 AM PST Between 5:15 AM and 11:10 PM PST customers experienced a significant impairment to their Amazon Kinesis Data Streams API operations. We have identified the root cause and have completed immediate actions to prevent recurrence. The issue has been resolved and the service is operating normally.AWS Service Health Dashboard
I’m new to GitHub and don’t understand the significance of Star and Watch shown on each repository page.
Star bookmarks a repository so that you can find it later.
Watch notifies you when there are changes to the repository.Continue reading
I have a large amount of output in PowerShell.Continue reading
When you cast an array to a string, the elements of an array are shown separated by spaces.
> $a = @(1,2,3,4,5) > "$a" 1 2 3 4 5
Where do the spaces come from?
The space character is used by default.
You can set the $OFS preference variable to change the character used.
> $OFS = '_' > "$a" 1_2_3_4_5
I can’t think of a good example. But I remember being confused by this while trying to output an array to file. It’s not an obvious problem.
# Run as administrator start-process pwsh -verb runas # Specify a user start-process pwsh -verb runasuser
Wrap Text to 80
:set textwidth=80 gg v } or select text gq
- Wrap Existing Text at 80 Characters in Vim
- word wrap – vim command to restructure/force text to 80 columns – Stack Overflow
PowerShell 7.1 does not natively support the Appx module. When loaded
Import-Module -Name Appx -UseWindowsPowerShell
Import‑Module throws a warning:
WARNING: Module Appx is loaded in Windows PowerShell using WinPSCompatSession remoting session; please note that all input and output of commands from this module will be deserialized objects. If you want to load this module into PowerShell please use ‘Import-Module -SkipEditionCheck’ syntax.
I have an old phone. And I was experiencing the problem where Android System WebView would install repeatedly. I finally found something to fix it.Continue reading