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The main use cases for an org.hibernate.integrator.spi.Integrator right now are registering event listeners and providing services (see org.hibernate.integrator.spi.ServiceContributingIntegrator).With 5.0 we plan on expanding that to allow altering the metamodel describing the mapping between object and relational models.
As a hopefully temporary legacy hold-over, it is currently required that all lazy singular associations (many-to-one and one-to-one) also include @LazyToOne(LazyToOneOption.NO_PROXY).The plan is to relax that requirement later.
This is an anti-pattern of opening and closing a Session for each database call in a single thread.It is also an anti-pattern in terms of database transactions.Group your database calls into a planned sequence.In the same way, do not auto-commit after every SQL statement in your application.Hibernate disables or expects the application server to disable, auto-commit mode immediately.Database transactions are never optional.All communication with a database must be encapsulated by a transaction.Avoid auto-commit behavior for reading data because many small transactions are unlikely to perform better than one clearly-defined unit of work, and are more difficult to maintain and extend.
Optionally select the Enable to set VM maintenance reason check box to enable an optional reason field when a virtual machine is shut down from the Engine, allowing the administrator to provide an explanation for the maintenance.
Optionally select the Enable to set Host maintenance reason check box to enable an optional reason field when a host is placed into maintenance mode from the Engine, allowing the administrator to provide an explanation for the maintenance.
The evenly_distributed and power_saving scheduling policies allow you to specify acceptable memory and CPU usage values, and the point at which virtual machines must be migrated to or from a host. The vm_evenly_distributed scheduling policy distributes virtual machines evenly between hosts based on a count of the virtual machines. Define the scheduling policy to enable automatic load balancing across the hosts in a cluster. For a detailed explanation of each scheduling policy, see Cluster Scheduling Policy Settings.
When you plan the number of virtual machines to run on a host, use the maximum virtual memory (physical memory size and the Memory Optimization setting) as a starting point. Do not factor in the smaller virtual memory achieved by memory optimizations such as memory ballooning and KSM.
To configure a network bridge, click the Custom Properties tab and select bridge_opts from the drop-down list. Enter a valid key and value with the following syntax: key=value. Separate multiple entries with a whitespace character. The following keys are valid, with the values provided as examples. For more information on these parameters, see Explanation of bridge_opts Parameters.
You can create a virtual disk that is attached to a specific virtual machine. Additional options are available when creating an attached virtual disk, as specified in Explanation of Settings in the New Virtual Disk Window.
Select the options required for your virtual disk. The options change based on the disk type selected. See Explanation of Settings in the New Virtual Disk Window for more details on each option for each disk type.
You can also create a floating virtual disk that does not belong to any virtual machines. You can attach this disk to a single virtual machine, or to multiple virtual machines if the disk is shareable. Some options are not available when creating a virtual disk, as specified in Explanation of Settings in the New Virtual Disk Window.
Metasploit contributor h00die added a new module that exploits CVE-2020-6010, an authenticated SQL injection vulnerability in the WordPress LearnPress plugin. When a user is logged in with contributor privileges or higher, the id parameter can be used to inject arbitrary code through an SQL query. This exploit can be used to collect usernames and password hashes. The responsible code is located in learnpress/inc/admin/lp-admin-functions.php at line 1690. The vulnerability affects plugin versions v184.108.40.206 and prior.
Abstract:Tamarix aphylla is a commonly grown plant in Saudi Arabia and its therapeutic potential is widely recognized. Here, in this study, the aim was to explore the role of T. aphylla leaf extract (TAE) on lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced acute lung injury (ALI) in mice and LPS-stimulated RAW 264.7 cells. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory parameters of TAE were performed through in vitro assays by measuring H2O2 free radical scavenging and protein denaturation inhibition. After LPS administration, broncho alveolar lavage fluid (BALF) and lung tissue were obtained to evaluate the pro-inflammatory cytokine levels, histopathological alterations, immunohistochemistry and TUNEL staining. The results designate that TAE shows anti-inflammatory activity through a decrease in pro-inflammatory cytokines, TNF-α and IL-6 in LPS-stimulated RAW 264.7 cells and BALF. The antioxidant enzyme level (SOD) decreased and MDA content was increased in the LPS-induced mice. However, TAE pretreatment markedly reversed these parameters compared to the group administered LPS only (p < 0.05). The histopathological analysis demonstrated that TAE maintained the lung tissue architecture by reducing LPS-induced inflammation and congestion. The expression pattern of the Cox-2 protein and apoptosis was high in the group administered LPS only, whereas TAE pretreatment showed a reduction in the expression pattern and apoptosis. Moreover, the in vitro assay of TAE demonstrated a concentration-dependent free radical scavenging and anti-inflammatory activity. In conclusion, our results advocate the health-promoting effects of T. aphylla on LPS-induced acute lung injury, which might be due to its antioxidative and anti-inflammatory potential.Keywords: Tamarix aphylla; inflammation; oxidative stress; lung injury 2b1af7f3a8