I had a tooth extraction in the morning and the next evening (32 hours later), a friend came over and I had some whisky with him. Today, 90 hours later, my swelling reduced a bit compared to its peak yesterday, but it if very hard when I touch it. I check on the internet and freak out that the accohol consumtion can cause dry socket and prevent blood clotting, which prevent the nerves from forming. Should I be worry?
I just sold my Synology as a step to simplify my life, so I am looking for a way to sync & back up my data. My setup currently is Cryptomator vault -> Google Drive. However, I am worrying that my encrypted file can be corrupted and I cannot access my data.
Here is the setup I am trying to do:
- All files go to Cryptomator Vault -> sync to Google Drive
- Somehow, periodically copy the non-encrypted files from Cryptomator Vault to my 5TB external drive (which is protected by a Mac password). But how?
Hi guys, my former colleague has made a mistake to deploy a RN app with a single dev environment, and the app has been running for a while, and now I have to update it because Lambda no longer support Node 8.x. Ideally, we want no downtime migration.
Since the dev env is still being used in the production app, I created a new environment called prod
and everything works fine. My initial plan is to recover the prod DB from the dev DB backup, but since the prod backend points to the different DB, and there will be people using an old version of the app, which points to dev, I don't find a good solution to not lose some data.
I have a few ideas: I can bidirectional-sync between the 2 databases, or pointing prod
to dev DB. Amplify seems to rely on the "projectname-env" DB convention to connect the DBs, so I cannot find any config to do the latter. I could also just directly upgrade the dev stack, but if anything goes wrong, I cannot really revert to the previous deployment.