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The Raft Consensus Algorithm implemented in Kotlin

costimuraru/parquet-mr 2

Mirror of Apache Parquet

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Ansible is a radically simple IT automation platform that makes your applications and systems easier to deploy. Avoid writing scripts or custom code to deploy and update your applications— automate in a language that approaches plain English, using SSH, with no agents to install on remote systems.

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IntelliJ IDEA Dark Color Scheme for Java, Scala, Ruby, XML and more

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Cougar is a framework for making building network exposed service interfaces easy.

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dtdns update client in Go

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Risk & return analysis using Pandas

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The website that lets you push your event updates to all your social networks from one unique place.

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Docker container orchestration platform

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Feature Request: list of hotspots by self time

Would it be possible to add an output format that sorts usage by the aggregated sum of self time per function?

I feel like the hierarchical nature of the current representations is not optimal for detecting bottlenecks as the same method can be invoke by following multiple different code paths.

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Feature Request: list of hotspots by self time

Thanks! I knew I couldn't be the only one looking for this.

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Feature Request: list of hotspots by self time

Would it be possible to add an output format that sorts usage by the aggregated sum of self time per function?

I feel like the hierarchical nature of the current representations are not optimal for detecting bottlenecks as a the same method can be invoke by following multiple different code paths.

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issue commentterraform-providers/terraform-provider-aws

ASG with mixed_instance_policy cannot have on_demand_base_capacity set to 0

For me it doesn't let me set it to 1

Error: Error creating AutoScaling Group: ValidationError: Max bound, 0, must be greater than or equal to OnDemandBaseCapacity, 1.

min_size, max_size and and on_demand_base_capacity are set to 1. on_demand_percentage_above_base_capacity and spot_instance_pools set to 0

This is using TFE 0.12.2 and aws provider 2.40.0

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issue commentpatric-r/jvmtop

Issue with Java 11 (no tools.jar existent)

jvmtop is broken in other ways with regards to java >= 9. For example, it relies on management-agent.jar ( https://github.com/tellapart/jvmtop/blob/master/src/com/jvmtop/openjdk/tools/LocalVirtualMachine.java#L350-L367 ) which was removed here: https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/9-removed-features-3745614.html#JDK-8043939

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