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How does one set a persistent default PowerShell screen buffer height?

I would like to change the default height of the PowerShell screen buffer in Windows 10. (I have not tried to do this on other Windows versions.) It seems like it ought to be very simple. If I right ...
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FFmpeg RTMP streaming, always fills up camera real-time buffer no matter what I do

I'm working on a small project where I run FFmpeg in the background with two DirectShow inputs, one being a screen capture (UScreenCapture) and the other being a webcam. Streaming starts well, but ...
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ffmpeg : buffer size =0

My line command : ffmpeg -loglevel verbose -f dshow -rtbufsize 2147.48M -video_size 640x480 -framerate 25 -i video="Roxio Video Capture USB":audio="Ligne (Dazzle Video Capture USB Audio ...
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ffmpeg less verbose, without hiding progress bar

Without editing and recompiling ffmpeg from source, how can one hide some of the many lines that it prints when it starts encoding, without also hiding its progress bar that updates every second or so ...
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Why is sar command rxkb/s different than iotop command's total disk write kb/s?

I'm using fio to write to a nfs mount point to test the bandwidth of my nfs server (async mount). I'm getting inconsistent results for trying to find the maximum IOPS that my nfs server can handle ...
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Windows 2012 R2 Windows Search issue. Hangs and doesn't work after day or two been restarted or index rebuild

I have upgraded from Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 to Windows Server 2012 R2 x64. In previous installation I had some issues with Windows Search after Security Roll-up (January or February 2020). It ...
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Chrome repeatedly freezes until restart

On my MacBook air which I bought new in December 2019, I've recently been running into Chrome loading issues. Chrome generally runs fine for around 15-20 minutes after a reboot, after which nothing ...
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Is the Internet only a buffering nightmare for me?

So here's the thing. I have a fast fiber connection since many years. It is fast. However, it can never be used directly for privacy reasons, so I have to use a VPN service (paid for with Bitcoin and ...
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Unblock “less” after follow mode / scrolling past end of buffer

I'm using less to capture the output of a live program. Using F activates follow mode, showing me real-time output. However, after entering follow mode (or, more generally, scrolling past the buffered ...
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How to force full-buffer videos on all platforms?

On all the various platforms - e.g. Youtube, Vimeo, Wistia, they have an algorithm to control how much to buffer in advance (e.g. 3% ahead of current playtime). Is there a way in Chrome (e.g. by ...
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Restore RAM data from week ago

I would like to know if it is possible to restore Data from a certain of time (week ago). I want to get to buffer of windows dvr clip which record last 30 seconds and make clip from it... It looks ...
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Windows command line window scroll limit

How to set Windows 10 command line window to unlimited scroll by default, like in Ubuntu? I've set the only two possible option in the property dialog that may be related to buffer to 999, but still ...
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File transfer between two HDD seems to slow down other activity on main SSD

I experienced some unexpected behavior trying to install a large program (60GB) on to my primary SSD at the same time as I was transferring a large file (2TB) between two HDDs: the installer slowed ...
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How to scroll much further back in Linux Server running Bash

I am running Bash on the default terminal of a Debian Server (no GUI). I use Shift + Fn + Up key combination to scroll back but cannot view past a certain point. How do I achieve extended (or ...
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How to drop memory caches in macOS?

In GNU/Linux there's a way to drop_caches. drop_caches is the command that would flush caches from the main memory. I don't have such a command in macOS. How to..?
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How to disable PuTTY to not sending CR at the end of the buffer? [duplicate]

When I send something through PuTTY serial port I receive what I've wrote and an extra character, including a CR. Is a problem because it hasn't happened until now that I've started to use this ...
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A Driver Buffer Causes a 80 ms Delay When Using the USB WiFi Adapter, ALFA AWUS 036ACH

I have a question about how to reduce delay for packets sent using a USB WiFi adapter, ALFA AWUS 036ACH. I installed this driver (rtl8812au, version 5.2.20) for my USB WiFi adapter, ALFA AWUS 036ACH ...
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*** buffer overflow detected *** in mariadb 10.3.11

We are getting Assertion failure every time memory usage of MySQL spikes up to overall system's memory. Every time Assertion failure reports different file in code location "/home/buildbot/buildbot/...
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Eclim - don't switch focus to output

Just starting with Eclim, one of the gripes I still have is the fact that the my cursor is switched away from the file I'm editing when I call :Java. On top of that, it opens a new buffer asking me to ...
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Using powershell, how two screenshots can be compared in buffer?

I found this snippet that is working well in a loop for me to take screenshot per minute. I could hash results and compare the two latest screenshots for changes by following this post: (Get-FileHash $...
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How do I increase my client UDP receive buffer size in Ubuntu

I have a computer that communicates with a camera via UDP via a physical cable (no router or switch). The camera acts as the UDP server with the computer as client. Once in a while the system hangs ...
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Emacs shell command: Change of behavior between versions 24 and 25?

I have been using the Emacs "shell" command for many years. It starts a shell in the current buffer. This seems to be the case up through Emacs 24. I am now running Emacs 25 (on Linux) and I'm ...
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How to programmatically clear buffers and caches in Windows

I need benchmark the speed of some bash commands in a Cygwin environment, and ensure that the tests I'm running don't hit the Windows buffers or the caches. Although I'm doing the benchmarking in a ...
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Unmanaged ethernet switch buffer behaviour

If I have a typical unmanaged switch connected to a server at 1Gps and several clients at 100Mbps, will the switch buffer the packets? For example, if two clients are downloading files, can the ...
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Does buffer overflow change data type of variable it is overwriting? [closed]

Say I have a C character array char buf[15]. Say variable int set_me = 0 has its data stored in a memory location directly after char buf[15]. If I overflowed buf with string "aaabbbcccdddeee\xef\xbe\...
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Emacs command to kill other buffer and window

Emacs has the function kill-buffer-and-window mapped to C-x 4 0. Naturally, I expected C-x 4 1 to select the other window, kill the buffer and delete the window. I find myself using C-x o followed by ...
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How to check whether a lagging live stream is the Server or ISP’s fault?

I decided to try out IPTV. At times it works fine but very often almost all channels start buffering at random intervals. I want to figure out whether my ISP is to blame or whether it’s the IPTV ...
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Where is download buffer is getting saved in Windows 7?

Here are the steps to reproduce: Click on download link. You will be prompted to choose where you want to save the file. Do not click on save/cancel until you see entire green bar completed. The ...
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Stop Windows command prompt from scrolling past cursor

I’m using Windows 10 for my current project after more than a decade on macOS / Linux. cmd seems to have come on a bit from Windows XP days, but I’m having one particular problem. On macOS’s Terminal ...
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Amazon CloudFront buffering while streaming video to Roku

I'm looking for help on trying to troubleshoot a buffering issue using Amazon's CloudFront service. I've set up an S3 bucket and have it associated with a CloudFront service. I use the service to ...
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Download online video to local PC While Watching it [closed]

Is it possible to download the video same time while watching it? Watching an online video also consumes transferring data. That means we have to spend some mega bytes for the size of that video. ...
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What is <buffer> used for on vim mapping?

From the :help command, in the key mapping section: If the first argument to one of these commands is <buffer> the mapping will be effective in the current buffer only. I don't understand ...
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When I open CMD no window pops up

When I launch C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe no window pops up. I see it in my task bar, but I have to right-click the task bar, then hit "New Window". When I go to PowerShell and type Start-Process -...
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Buffer Underfollow and ignoring buffer message of ffmpeg

I just wanted change the volume of mpeg file so try just like this. (The mpeg file is 20Mbps NTSC-HD file) ffmpeg -i <inputfile.mpg> -vcodec copy -filter:a "volume=+3dB" <output.mpg> ...
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Vim remembering buffer list

When I open vim (or gvim), it loads a list of buffers of files I have been working on. I want it to have an empty buffer list on startup. How can I accomplish this?
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Why didn't `dd conv=sparse` save space as I expected?

I was going to make an image of my old USB drive. I had good reasons to expect there were some blocks filled with zeros on the device, so to save some space I used conv=sparse option: dd if=/dev/sdb ...
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Are there any Pros/Cons to the /j Robocopy option (unbuffered copying)

Robocopy has a /J command line option recommended for copying large files (it copies using unbuffered I/O). What (if any) downsides are there? Any reason this isn't enabled by default? (That's what ...
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TCP socket buffer for every flow

Does the linux kernel create a buffer for every TCP connection, for example when we have 1000 tcp connections the kernel creates 1000 socket buffer and stores the packets of individual flow on its ...
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My videoplayer is suddenly buffering local videos

Today I was watching Band of Brothers which I have stored locally on my hard drive in 720p. Watching the first two episodes went perfectly as usual, however when viewing the third episode my Kodi ...
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How to unbuffer stdout when piping commands in cmd.exe under Windows?

Given the following: C:\>perl -E " say STDOUT 111; say STDERR 222; say STDOUT 333; " 111 222 333 C:\>perl -E " say STDOUT 111; say STDERR 222; say STDOUT 333; " | cat 222 111 333 The order of ...
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What causes buffering?

If I have a slow internet connection, what is normally the cause of buffering? In the example of a youtube video, why is there stop and start to my video's progress rather than just a slow developing ...
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Use disk-backed buffer between pipes

I'd like to pipe a command into a slower one, with a rather big (~200GB) buffer in between. Here is an example use-case: command1 | buffer -f file.buffer | command2 Is there a command to do that? ...
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How do I kill mbuffer properly?

I'm trying to use a script to send a series of files over a network from hard drive to hard drive via mbuffer. I've got a listening mbuffer on one computer and a sending mbuffer on the other. Things ...
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Linux TCP buffer simulation

I would like to run simulations on the Linux TCP receive buffer to find out how big my buffer has to be. Is there any software available to perform such simulation? It would be handy to be able to ...
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TCP/IP rx data drop

I have an intermittent problem with receiving data over TCP/IP from a (Windows) server. The data is sent at 160Mbit/s and client application is running on a 64-bit Suse Linux Enterprise server. I am ...
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Why is vim inserting the contents of ". after I leave insert mode

vim is doing something that I can't quite figure out. When I leave insert mode, and navigate with j/k/h/l within a second of doing so, vim appends the contents of the ". buffer. On a tip from How to ...
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MacVim / Vim retain content of all buffers (like Sublime Text). Preserve swap?

TL;DR: Can Vim store its swap files, and loads the same set of swap files and buffers on load every time? I'm on a Mac (OS: Maverick), where a number of application keeps the data in some sort of ...
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What manages IO between a buffer and a device?

If I am correct, a buffer is used as an intermediate between a CPU and a device, to free the CPU from waiting for the IO with the device to complete, and to let the CPU do other things Since the cpu ...
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How to decrease microphone buffer size

How do I decrease the microphone buffer size on a Windows 7 Home Premium machine (Sony Vaio notebook)? Sound card is "Realtek High Definition Audio". EDIT: "When recording audio into your computer, ...
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How to make MPC-HC to cache more aggressively

The buffer for streamed video in MPC-HC is too small and can't be expanded in user preferences.