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), is there a way to reduce it so I can have, in a normal situation (server not busy), pretty much real-time logging?
Here is my current configuration files: $Mod Load imuxsock $Mod Load imklog $Action File Default Template RSYSLOG_Traditional File Format $File Owner root $File Group adm $File Create Mode 0640 $Dir Create Mode 0755 $Umask 0022 $Work Directory /var/spool/rsyslog $Include Config /etc/rsyslog.d/*auth,authpriv.* /var/log/*.*;auth,-/var/log/syslog daemon.* -/var/log/kern.* -/var/log/lpr.* -/var/log/mail.* -/var/log/user.* -/var/log/-/var/log/-/var/log//var/log//var/log/news//var/log/news/news.notice -/var/log/news/news.notice *.=debug;auth,authpriv.none;news.none;-/var/log/debug *.=info;*.=notice;*.=warn;auth,authpriv.none;cron,daemon.none;mail,-/var/log/messages *.emerg :omusrmsg:* daemon.*;mail.*;news.err;*.=debug;*.=info;*.=notice;*.=warn |/dev/xconsole $Mod Load ompgsql *.* :ompgsql:localhost,syslog,syslog,syslog $Action Queue Type Linked List # use asynchronous processing $Action Queue File Name dbq # set file name, also enables disk mode $Action Resume Retry Count -1 # infinite retries on insert failure I've also tried not to use the settings from which is supposed to do this kind of buffering (although I hope it's flushing once in a while), but I have the same behavior with or without them.
Another option, you can provide a refresh button somewhere in the User Interface, most likely the Actionbar.
This would be the same process as the Swipe Refresh Layout, but you right make it a click listener instead that calls a similar method you defined in the on Refresh method from the Swipe Refresh Layout.
It seems to work but messages are written to the disk or sent to Postgre SQL only when I'm stopping RSyslog as if it buffered everything until the stop command and was writing everything in memory before shutting down.
Although I'm probably not loosing any messages, it's not very convenient since it introduces lot of latency (I don't know if it even dumps anything before shutting down?
Did you read applying the configuration from there?
The article says that the configuration there does exactly what happens in your case: The output is buffered in memory and on disk before writing it to the database.
The user information is stored and can be changed via an Edit Profile activity. The information gets changed on the Parse server correctly. The information doesn't get updated on the app unless I log out, then log back in which forces the user information to be retrieved from Parse. I don't want to force the user to log out/log in each time they change information.
Is there a way to refresh the current Parse User information another way? First, you can add a Swipe Refresh Layout which can surround the main layout and users can swipe down to refresh content.
This would mean you override On Refresh Listener's on Refresh method to call fetch() on the objects from Parse you wanted to refresh, and update the UI (notify Dataset Changed incase of a List View/Recycler View/etc).
Ex below: Intent intent = new Intent(); Bundle extras = new Bundle(); String("name", name Text()String()); String("email", email Text()String()); Extras(extras); set Result(RESULT_OK, intent); //Assuming edit went okay finish(); The above solution would assume you know what extras are being passed every time, and may not be preferred since user's may or may not actually edit all fields, or all fields might be too much information to pass.
Can anyone tell me why , following the change from Hotmail to MSN outlook, I can no longer access my e-mails from other computers without getting messages asking me to get info sent to an alternative account?