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An augmented assignment expression like x += 1 can be rewritten as x = x +1 to achieve a similar, but not exactly equal effect. In the augmentedversion, x is only evaluated once. Also, when possible, the actual operationis performed in-place, meaning that rather than creating a new object andassigning that to the target, the old object is modified instead.

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Changed in version 3.8: Now annotated assignments allow the same expressions in the right hand side asregular assignments. Previously, some expressions (like un-parenthesizedtuple expressions) caused a syntax error.

Changed in version 3.11: If the traceback of the active exception is modified in an exceptclause, a subsequent raise statement re-raises the exception with themodified traceback. Previously, the exception was re-raised with thetraceback it had when it was caught.

If the module being imported is not a top level module, then the nameof the top level package that contains the module is bound in the localnamespace as a reference to the top level package. The imported modulemust be accessed using its full qualified name rather than directly

The future statement is intended to ease migration to future versions of Pythonthat introduce incompatible changes to the language. It allows use of the newfeatures on a per-module basis before the release in which the feature becomesstandard.

To upgrade to 8.6.1 from 7.16 or an earlier version, you mustfirst upgrade to 7.17, even if you opt to do a full-clusterrestart instead of a rolling upgrade. This enables you to use the UpgradeAssistant to identify and resolve issues, reindex indices created before 7.0,and then perform a rolling upgrade. You must resolve all critical issues beforeproceeding with the upgrade. For instructions, refer toPrepare to upgradefrom 7.x.

Elasticsearch has full query and write support for indices created in the previous majorversion. If you have indices created in 6.x or earlier, you might use thearchive functionality to import them into newer Elasticsearchversions, or you must reindex or delete them before upgrading to 8.6.1.Elasticsearch nodes will fail to start if incompatible indices are present.Snapshots of 6.x or earlier indices can only restored using thearchive functionality to a 8.x cluster even if theywere created by a 7.x cluster.The Upgrade Assistant in 7.17 identifies any indicesthat need to be reindexed or removed.

NetworkMiner Professional can be delivered either as an Electronic Software Download (ESD) or shipped physically on a USB flash drive. The product is exactly the same, regardless of delivery method. NetworkMiner is a portable application that doesn't require any installation, which means that the USB version can be run directly from the USB flash drive. However, we recommend that you copy NetworkMiner to the local hard drive of your computer in order to achieve maximum performance.

When you're working on a shared project, developers need to agree on the SDK version that will be used for the project. Without global.json, if developers on different dev machines don't have the same SDK versions, the build environment might be inconsistent across the dev team. To solve this, the SDK version can be specified in global.json and checked into source control as a common file which would be the same for all developers and ensure that the same SDK version is being used in all development environments. Therefore, to resolve this issue in a shared project, you might need to agree as a team on a particular SDK version and update all the code to use this version.

All Mapbox template maps use the Mapbox Streets vector tileset for map features. In this tileset, there are different name fields for each of the label layers. Mapbox Streets supports the name field (the name or names used locally for the place) globally and thus Mapbox maps have partial language coverage for over 100 local languages and we continue to add to these over time. View the complete list of languages we fully support.

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SR-IOV (Single-Root Input/Output Virtualization) enablesa single device to provide multiple VF (Virtual Functions) to thesystem. Each of those VF can be used in a different VM, with full hardwarefeatures and also better performance and lower latency than softwarevirtualized devices.

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In agreement with the role of p97-UBXD8 in activating the SREBP pathway, our studies find that loss of p97, UBXD8 or GP78 leads to stabilization of INSIG1, decreased cleavage of SREBP1 and diminished levels of the lipid desaturases SCD1 and FADS1 (Fig. 6). Importantly, under these conditions we also observe an increase in ERMCS that can be rescued by complementing these cells with the cleaved (transcription factor form) form of SREBPs and wildtype (but not catalytically inactive) SCD1 (Fig. 6). These studies suggest that loss of SCD1 and the resulting loss of lipid desaturation cause the increase in ERMCS upon loss of p97-UBXD8. Notably, both full-length ER-localized SREBP1 and SCD1 are significantly enriched in MAM fractions and loss of UBXD8 results in the increase in full length SREBP1 (due to decreased processing) and decreased SCD1 in these fractions relative to the rest of the ER (Fig. 6g). In further support of these findings, lipidomics of MAM fractions cells found an enrichment of saturated and mono-unsaturated lipids and a depletion of polyunsaturated lipids in UBXD8 KO cells relative to wildtype cells. We propose that p97-UBXD8 regulates the activation SREBP1 at ERMCS relative to the rest of the ER (Fig. 6g). Intriguingly, our studies using lipid disorder probes indicate that increased membrane saturation is not exclusive to ERMCS but is found throughout cellular membranes (Fig. 7). Consequently, we find that ER-PM contacts are also increased upon p97-UBXD8 loss of function (Fig. 7). Whether other organelle contacts are similarly impacted due to increased membrane order is a topic of future study. We propose that altered lipid bilayers that arise upon loss of UBXD8 impact contacts in multiple ways: (1) preventing their dynamic association and disassociation due to loss of fluidity, and (2) negatively impacting the lateral movement of tethering proteins within membranes. A recent study using high speed molecular tracking of the ERMCS tether VAPB found that VAPB diffused rapidly in and out of contact sites, but that VAPB molecules within contacts displayed significantly decreased diffusion within contacts relative to the surrounding ER55. What factors dictate reduced diffusion are not presently known, but our studies suggest that lipid order may have a significant impact on the stability of contacts and/or the diffusion rates of tethers.

In Kafka, when the topic name corresponds to the fully-qualified source table name, the Kafka Handler implements a Kafka producer. The Kafka producer writes serialized change data capture, from multiple source tables to either a single configured topic or separating source operations, to different Kafka topics.

In operation mode, the serialized data for each operation is placed into an individual ProducerRecord object as the value. The ProducerRecord key is the fully qualified table name of the source operation. The ProducerRecord is immediately sent using the Kafka Producer API. This means that there is a 1 to 1 relationship between the incoming operations and the number of Kafka messages produced. 350c69d7ab


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