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lessless/arc_ecto 0

An integration with Arc and Ecto.

lessless/bamboo_sparkpost 0

A Bamboo adapter for Sparkpost email service

lessless/bootleg 0

Simple deployment and server automation for Elixir.

lessless/capistrano-nvm 0

nvm support for Capistrano 3.x

lessless/checktransition 0

reproduction of QP & pushState interoperation

lessless/Concuerror 0

Concuerror is a systematic testing tool for concurrent Erlang programs

lessless/concuerror-tap 0

A Brew tap for http://parapluu.github.io/Concuerror

issue commentex-aws/ex_aws_ses

Does this library support throttling / rate limiting?

One of the quickest solutions would be throwing a rate-limiting library between your app and and an email library, something like https://github.com/ExHammer/hammer can work.

travelmassive

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issue commentex-aws/ex_aws_ses

Does this library support throttling / rate limiting?

That's tough!

Are you using SES templates? How is it important that every customer get their email (i.e. do you need retries)?

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issue commentex-aws/ex_aws_ses

Does this library support throttling / rate limiting?

They also limit the number of emails per 24 hours, but I'm talking about things like account and region rotation, for example. It's not something that everyone would do, but that was the scenario that I started with. Hence I needed as much control as possible.

Still, if you feel like submitting a PR that would provide that as an optional feature, I'm keen to review it.

It might be a layer on top of the existing functionality, for example.

travelmassive

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issue closedex-aws/ex_aws_ses

Does this library support throttling / rate limiting?

Apologies if this is the wrong place to ask.

I'm getting a "Maximum sending rate exceeded." error from AWS SES when sending ~1000 notifications or so.

Does this library support rate throttling, or do I need to look further upstream (eg. Bamboo mailer) for this functionality (or do I need to implement myself?)

Thanks in advance for any tips / advice.

-- Ian

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travelmassive

issue commentex-aws/ex_aws_ses

Does this library support throttling / rate limiting?

Hi Ian,

Throttling is not a part of this library because every user would have its own limits and may use different strategies to circumvent them.

The better place to ask this question is an Elixir forum - you can get more practical responses there.

Cheers

travelmassive

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issue commentrootzoll/raspiblitz

Wallet recovery failed with AttributeError: 'bytes' object has no attribute 'encode'

cc @frennkie (due to https://github.com/rootzoll/raspiblitz/pull/841/files#diff-be8867ca998cffd1217366230c977acda82fdf7c693d6d47615d7faa16173af7R123)

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issue openedrootzoll/raspiblitz

Wallet recovery fail with AttributeError: 'bytes' object has no attribute 'encode'

Hi,

I'm trying to run a recovery script to restore a wallet: lnd.initwallet.py scb mypassword “twenty four words of seeds“ 2021-08-29-channel.backup

but it throws an error:

# OK SCB file exists
# *** RECOVERING LND WALLET FROM SEED + SCB ***
b'65...ab'
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/lnd/bin/lnd.initwallet.py", line 281, in <module>
    main()
  File "/home/lnd/bin/lnd.initwallet.py", line 273, in main
    scb(stub, wallet_password, seed_words, seed_password, file_path_scb)
  File "/home/lnd/bin/lnd.initwallet.py", line 120, in scb
    channel_backups=scb_hex_str.encode()
AttributeError: 'bytes' object has no attribute 'encode'

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issue commentcockroachdb/cockroach

sql: Ecto compatibility

@bryanhuntesl given that I ignore SSL host validation and create a database by hand I'm encountering a problem when running migrations:

no match of right hand side value: {:error, %Postgrex.Error{connection_id: 0, message: nil, postgres: %{code: :syntax_error, detail: "source SQL:\nLOCK TABLE \"schema_migrations\" IN SHARE UPDATE EXCLUSIVE MODE\n^", file: "lexer.go", line: "215", message: "at or near \"lock\": syntax error", pg_code: "42601", routine: "Error", severity: "ERROR"}, query: "LOCK TABLE \"schema_migrations\" IN SHARE UPDATE EXCLUSIVE MODE"}}
BramGruneir

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issue commentcockroachdb/cockroach

sql: Ecto compatibility

@escobera won't you mind sharing your connection settings, please? I have few problems:

The first one is with SSL - I’m running into an {:tls_alert, {:handshake_failure, 'TLS client: In state wait_cert_cr at ssl_handshake.erl:1990 generated CLIENT ALERT: Fatal - Handshake Failure\n {bad_cert,hostname_check_failed}'}} with

ssl_opts: [
  verify: :verify_peer,
  cacertfile: '/Users/lessless/.postgresql/root.crt',
]

The second one with specifying a cluster name? If I disable an SSL I’m getting following error FATAL 08004 (sqlserver_rejected_establishment_of_sqlconnection) codeParamsRoutingFailed: missing cluster name in connection string

I took connection params from “Connection parameters” tab and database value there seems to be a combination from cluster name and a database name database = superfun-superfun-448.defaultdb but that doesn't work.

BramGruneir

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issue commentcockroachdb/cockroach

sql: Ecto compatibility

Thanks for all your hard work, folks! I'm going to try it now and hope never to look back. The replication feature that you built into CockroachDB and backwards compatibility with PG means a word for indie devs such as myself.

BramGruneir

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issue commentcuriositry/mnml-ghost-theme

YouTube widget is shrunk with the latest MNML theme

It works now, thanks!

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