What is name lookup mechanism?

What is name lookup mechanism?

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What is name lookup mechanism?
Tag : cpp , By : adrianmooreuk
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM

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Underlying mechanism for Python class member lookup

Tag : python , By : RichAA
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need
Under the hood, does member lookup function in the same way for each class?

Understanding the DNS lookup mechanism

Tag : development , By : Marc Dong
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you First, the misconceptions:
The root hints (names and IP addresses of the 13 root servers) are hardly ever "hard coded in network hardware". Network hardware such as a router, may sometimes have a built in DNS resolver if it happens to also have a DHCP server, but if it does, it's usually just a forwarding resolver that passes the query along to an upstream nameserver (obtained from an ISP) if it doesn't know the answer. nameservers provided by ISPs don't usually act as "intermediate DNS servers". Either you use your own nameservers (e.g. corporate nameservers, or you installed BIND on your computer) or you use the ones provided by your ISP. In either case, whichever nameserver you choose will take care of the recursive resolution process from beginning to end. The exception is the aforementioned forwarding nameservers. If the com TLD nameserver does not know how to resolve example, it does not work out what other nameservers to check. It is itself the nameserver to check. It either knows about example, or example doesn't exist.

can terms lookup mechanism query be nested

Tag : elasticsearch , By : Mariamario
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? At the moment, this is not possible as far as I know, because you expect data from three different indices to be returned in one query, which would equate to a JOIN. The terms lookup query sort of implements JOINs between two indices "only" (which is already quite cool considering the fact that ES does not want to support JOINs in the first place).
One way out of this would be to refactor your data model to get rid of the comments index and use either parent/child and/or nested relationships within the tweet mapping type. Since a comment can only belong to a single tweet and there aren't usually hundreds of comments on a tweet (I'm pretty confortable with the idea that 99% of the time there are less than half a dozen comments per tweet, if any at all), you could add comments either as a child documents or as a nested document (my preference), instead of just storing their ids in the comments array. That way you'd get your comments right away with your existing query, without the need for a second query.
curl -XPUT localhost:9200/tweets/tweet/1 -d '{
   "uuid" : "1",
      "id": 1,
      "content": "Nice tweet!"
      "id": 2,
      "content": "Way to go!"
      "id": 3,
      "content": "Sucks!"

can terms lookup mechanism query by other field but id?

Tag : elasticsearch , By : Nick Pegg
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out The terms lookup mechanism is basically a built-in optimization to not have to make two queries to JOIN two indices, i.e. one in index A to get the ids to lookup and a second to fetch the documents with those ids in index B.
In contrary to SQL, such a JOIN can only work on the id field since this is the only way to uniquely retrieve a document from Elasticsearch via a GET call, which is exactly what Elasticsearch will do in the terms lookup.

designing a flexible user lookup mechanism

Tag : chash , By : Florian D.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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