it fixes the issue Because GET and POST do not have the same semantic value. GET requests should be generally safe to perform at any time without compromising the system, while POST requests should be used when doing something important (like accepting a monetary transaction, or, in a less dramatic way, post a comment or something like that). So it might make sense to make a POST request through AJAX if its result will affect a system.
What are the reasons for elapsed time to greatly exceed user+kernel time?
wish of those help For many processes I expect wall clock time to greatly exceed total CPU time. Few processes are CPU bound so they will spend a lot of time waiting. Fortunately wait times don't get charged to the process anymore. Things that cause waits: I/O of any sort (disk, network, interprocess pipes, etc.). Resource synchronization between processes. Time slices allocated to other processes. Memory swapping (not to common these days). Interrupts of pretty well any other sort.
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Why is this ajax post request executing a GET request with the data right before the post request is executed in Nodejs
Hope that helps The idea is that the firewall is up before any network traffic can happen on a certain interface or all interfaces and that the firewall is up as long as networking is possible, meaning as long as the interface(s) is up.
POST request status code (500) when using the request module in node.js. POST request in Postman is working fine
I hope this helps you . I'm trying to do a post request to an external server using the Request - Simplified HTTP client in node.js. I expect to get the departure times of a specific bus station. But everytime I get a bad response from the server (status code 500). The code I'm using is listed below: , I ran the code and get the following error: