Instead of asking about each type of cache, you could try reading the resources available to you. Also see the Geocaching Labs homepage. I have been on all the sites to set some lab caches and as yet I cant find what I am looking for.
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So how is this possible, and how do they circumvent that "you have get closer to the location" requirement?
In other words, how do they get access to the questions and how can they log the lab cache if they are hundreds of miles away and the lab cache zone is 1 mile or less?
Tze AG. Take a look at their accounts, their number of found lab caches seems unusual. The trick is to use a fake gps app. They are used for developing apps using location services. Instead of walking to the real cache location a developer can change reported coordinates to fake that the device has been moved there. Release Notes Adventure Labs - March 26, Earlier this year, we began soft launching the Geocaching Adventure Lab appa new way for geocachers to find and log Lab Caches.
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In particular, when we build a cache, we use a small amount of relatively fast storage at one level of the memory hierarchy to speed up access to a large and relatively slow storage at the next lower level of the memory hierarchy. This reflects how processor caches actually work in practice there really are different caches in your processor! Different computers have different sizes and access costs for these hierarchy levels; the ones listed above are typical.
6.824 Lab 5: Caching locks
For example, a common desktop computer with four cores i. The processor cache divides into three levels: e. And distributed systems have yet lower levels. For instance, Google and Facebook have petabytes or exabytes of data, distributed among many computers.
You can think of this as another storage layer, networked storage, that is typically slower to access than any local storage. Caches are so critical to computer systems that it sometimes seems like caching is the only performance-improving idea in systems.
Processors have caches for primary memory. The operating system uses most of primary memory as a cache for disks and other stable storage devices.
People have made entire careers out of proposing different variants of caches for different use cases. And modern disks contain caches inside their hardware too! This will merge our Lab 4 stencil code with your previous work.
Run git push to save your work back to your personal repository. Note: This lab contains both an autograded and a manually-graded portion, so the grading server checkoff button will only ever give you partial credit for this lab.
Each of these programs accomplish the same task of writing 5, bytes 5 MB to a file called databut they do so in several different ways. Note: Your course VM does not have a real disk attached; instead, its disk is emulated by your computer.
The remaining exercises can run in your course VM. Take a look at wbyte. Currently, wbyte. Task: Run wbyte and record how many bytes per second it can write. Write your answer into answers.In this lab you will build a server and client that cache locks at the client, reducing the load on the server and improving client performance.
For example, when client 1 asks for lock "a" repeatedly and no other client does, then all acquire and releases can be performed on client 1 without having to contact the server. The challenge in the lab is the protocol between the clients and server. For example, when client 2 acquires a lock that client 1 has cached, the server must revoke that lock from client 1 by sending a revoke RPC to client 1.
The server can give client 2 the lock only after client 1 has released the lock, which may a long time after sending the revoke e.
The protocol is is further complicated by the fact that requests may be lost, duplicated, and delivered out of order. The reason that the lock server must work in these lossy conditions is that in later labs we will make the lock service fault tolerant to failures of individual lock servers, and then these conditions can show up.
Of course, in practice, similar conditions could happen with the extent server, but we won't make the extent server fault tolerant in the labs and will assume the network works well; thus, we will ignore these problems for the extent server and will not test for it with the extent server.
To make the lock service fault tolerant, we will want to put a constraint on the lock server operations in later labs.
This constraint will have implications for the protocol between the lock clients and lock server. The constraint is that handlers on the server should run to completion without blocking. That is, a server thread should not block on condition variables or remote RPCs.
Of course, the thread can wait to take out locks as long as it can be sure that the lock will never be held by another thread across an RPC, and once it has acquired the lock it should run to completion. To avoid having to re-implement the lock server again for these later labs, your implementation of the lock server for this lab should adhere to this non-blocking constraint.
We won't test in this lab whether your implementation adheres to the constraints, but Lab 7 will. Because the client will now be receiving asynchronous RPCs from the server, it will now need to listen to RPCs, and also have some way of notifying the server of its network address for these future RPCs.Let's implement a concurrent non-blocking cache in Go
We also provide code that launches a thread to wait for locks to be revoked by the server, and when the higher class releases the lock locally, this thread should send a release RPC to the server. We'll come back to that in the next lab.
Again, we provide with code that launches threads: one that will notify clients that a previously-requested lock may now be available, and one that sends revoke RPCs to the holders of locks requested by another client.
In order to test the caching performance of your caching lock server and clients, we extended the RPC library with the ability to count unique RPCs arriving at the server. Testing Performance Our measure of performance is the number of acquires that your lock clients send to the lock server. The workload on which we'll evaluate your server's performance is generated by test-labc.
Using the lock server of lab 4 you will see that the number of acquires is at least a few thousand. With the caching lock server you will see that the number of acquires is only a few hundreds i. Suffice it to say, the drop in acquires should be significant. Of course your server must also remain correct, so we will require the server you hand in to pass all lab 4 testers as well as getting good performance on test-labc tester.They only used 10, and just kept repeating them in different combinations.
I find that the first copy perfectly predicts what the numbers will be in the second copy. In my copy of the book, all of the puzzles were already filled in which I find really annoying and what is worse, most of them have been filled in wrongly. I have been through the whole book really carefully and only found seven puzzles that had been filled out correctly.
Well, making the best of a bad job, I am now going through the book trying to correct all of the faulty puzzles and I will then submit my corrections.
Perhaps a second edition will be more useful. I did find last week's winning lottery numbers on page 18 though. It was still better than Life of Pi which, aside from being irrational, included no estimations of Pi at all. Miklason March 13, 2014Format: PaperbackThe plot was confusing. Was it 7899365 or 522994.
The author doesn't explain 4836255's involvement and what the hell was up with 908872. I will admit that 912243 made me cry, and I nearly busted a gut over 3345221. My emotions were just all over the place. ByTJ Holmeson March 3, 2014Format: PaperbackDid Rand's marketing department make a mistake. That means each digit only costs 0.
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The two teams finished second and third in Zone A and Zone B to seal their spot in the knockouts. Puneri Paltan is coming into this match on the back of a one-point loss against the Gujarat Fortunegiants from Friday evening while UP Yoddha slumped to a big 64-24 defeat against the Bengaluru Bulls in their last fixture, but the team had fielded a second string side in that match having qualified for the playoffs.
The two teams have clashed against each other just once earlier in the league and the match turned out to be an edge-of-the-seat thriller with Puneri Paltan coming out on top by a slender margin of just one point. When it comes to the attack, the UP Yoddha have an upper hand over Puneri Paltan given their duo of frontline raiders, Nitin Tomar and Rishank Devadiga who have picked up over 320 points between themselves. Moreover, they have a cushion in the presence of Surender Singh, who plays as the third raider and is in prime form with a couple of consecutive Super-10 outings.
Their defence is primarily manned by Jeeva Kumar in the cover position with the young Sagar Krishna and Nitesh Kumar in either corner, both of whom have given some stellar performances over the course of the season. To complete the starting seven, Gurvinder Singh or Pankaj might be included in the scheme of things, to add depth to the defence.
Puneri Paltan, on the other hand, relies majorly on their skipper, Deepak Hooda to do the bulk of the raiding and if he is to be rendered out of the equation the team will be in deep trouble.
Rajesh Mondal does thrive in pressure situations but has not been able to single-handedly rip apart the rival defence. Sandeep Narwal and Girish Ernak have been stellar as corner defenders and will look to continue in the same fashion. Young guns Monu and Rinku Narwal, both able all-rounders will also take to the mat alongside the veteran Dharmaraj Cheralathan. UP may have a slight advantage with their attack and if their defence comes to the party as well, they can well be able to keep Puneri Paltan at bay by primarily keeping Deepak Hooda and Monu off the mat for long periods of time.
Will the Pune defence be able to stop the UP attack. In what could be a tussle between two very even teams, the Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad will battle it out at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai in Game 10 of IPL 2017 on Wednesday. Both teams are coming into the game on the back of victories in their respective previous games, albeit contrasting ones.
Sunrisers have been the best team in the competition so far. Barring Shikhar Dhawan, each of the top four in the batting order has registered a half-century this season and that has meant that the opposition bowlers have chased leather. In the bowling, the show has been led by Rashid Khan, the 18-year-old leg-spinner from Afghanistan, who has captured the imagination of all.
The young man has been well supported by the likes of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ashish Nehra and that has made them a formidable unit. Their bowling unit could be bolstered further if Mustafizur Rahman returns to the fold on Tuesday. On the other hand, the Mumbai Indians have had a mixed start to their competition, having lost their opening game despite having put a competitive total on the board, and then coming back to win the second game against the Kolkata Knight Riders at home.
On the batting front, Nitish Rana proved to be the surprise performer for the side, scoring a half-century while Hardik Pandya showed that he could a reliable finisher in the future, guiding his side to a win in the last over of the game.
Extra Cover: IPL 2017 MI vs SRH: Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) Probable playing XI against Mumbai Indians (MI)In the bowling, Krunal Pandya proved to be the hero, picking up three wickets to stem the flow of runs of the Knight Riders. With the presence of some explosive players in their ranks, the Mumbai Indians could make use of the shorter boundaries at the Wankhede and post a big total on the board. Critically for them, Rohit Sharma will need to open the innings and give himself 20 overs to bat which would give him the chance to stand up and put a tall score on the board.
With the likes of Warner, Henriques and Yuvraj in the top four, the Sunrisers will look to make good use of the conditions on offer at the Wankhede. The venue also presents an opportunity to Dhawan to get some runs under his belt. Predicted winner: With the form that they are currently in, the Sunrisers Hyderabad look like the favourites to come out trumps in this game. LouisSan DiegoSeattleTacomaTampaVirginia BeachWashington, DCWichita.