Macrium Reflect is a disk imaging and backup software for Microsoft Windows which creates backups and images using the service Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service. It backups and replicates (clones) entire partitions to another storage drive with a click of a button. The error message “Macrium reflect clone failed” is a very common error which … Read moreHow to Fix ‘Macrium reflect clone failed’ Error
One of the steps in setting up your Zendesk is deciding how you want to configure end-user access. Based on the type of support you provide, you may allow anyone to submit support requests or you may limit it to a select group of users. You can configure Zendesk Support for either scenario. You’ll need … Read moreZendesk: Configuring end-user access and sign-in
Setting the date and time Follow these steps to change the date and time settings. Click the date and time in the taskbar, then click Date and time settings.Figure : Clicking the Date and time settingsThe Date and Time window displays.Figure : Date and time window To set your computer clock to update automatically, turn on the Set time … Read moreHP PCs – Setting Time and Date, Clock Losing Time, Time and Date Incorrect (Windows 10)
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Generally the F2 key is used to enter the Lenovo’s notebook’s BIOS Setup, but some new models have a special button called Novo to replace Lenovo BIOS Key. If your Lenovo uses F1 or F2 key you can access to your BIOS by start pressing on to your key a few times to your BIOS setup key just … Read moreLenovo BIOS Key
If you get following error, when you try to start nginx… [emerg]: bind() to 0.0.0.0:80 failed (98: Address already in use) Then it means nginx or some other process is already using port 80. You can kill it using: sudo fuser -k 80/tcp And then try restarting nginx again: service nginx start
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I need to write a script that will drop a PostgreSQL database. There may be a lot of connections to it, but the script should ignore that. The standard DROP DATABASE db_name query doesn’t work when there are open connections. How can I solve the problem? This will drop existing connections except for yours: Query pg_stat_activity and get the … Read moreHow to drop a PostgreSQL database if there are active connections to it?
I added the user myuserto Postgres. Then I added the database mydatabase in the pgAdmin III GUI and restored from a backup file. So the owner of mydatabase is the superuser postgres. Then I tried to give all rights to access and modify mydatabase to myuser. I logged into psql as user postgres: psql -d template1 -U postgres and then I ran this query: GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES … Read morePermission denied in Postgres