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Account name syntax is .

An account name consisting only of a user name is equivalent to . For example, is equivalent to .

The user name and host name need not be quoted if they are legal as unquoted identifiers. Quotes are necessary to specify a string containing special characters (such as space or ), or a string containing special characters or wildcard characters (such as or ); for example, .

Quote user names and host names as identifiers or as strings, using either backticks (), single quotation marks (), or double quotation marks (). For string-quoting and identifier-quoting guidelines, see , and .

The user name and host name parts, if quoted, must be quoted separately. That is, write , not ; the latter is actually equivalent to .

A reference to the or function is equivalent to specifying the current client's user name and host name literally.

MySQL stores account names in grant tables in the mysql system database using separate columns for the user name and host name parts:

The table contains one row for each account. The and columns store the user name and host name. This table also indicates which global privileges the account has.

Other grant tables indicate privileges an account has for databases and objects within databases. These tables have and columns to store the account name. Each row in these tables associates with the account in the table that has the same and values.

For access-checking purposes, comparisons of User values are case-sensitive. Comparisons of Host values are not case sensitive.

For additional detail about grant table structure, see Section6.2.2, “Grant Tables” .

User names and host names have certain special values or wildcard conventions, as described following.

The user name part of an account name is either a nonblank value that literally matches the user name for incoming connection attempts, or a blank value (empty string) that matches any user name. An account with a blank user name is an anonymous user. To specify an anonymous user in SQL statements, use a quoted empty user name part, such as ''@'localhost' .

The host name part of an account name can take many forms, and wildcards are permitted:

A host value can be a host name or an IP address (IPv4 or IPv6). The name 'localhost' indicates the local host. The IP address '' indicates the IPv4 loopback interface. The IP address '::1' indicates the IPv6 loopback interface.

The % and _ wildcard characters are permitted in host name or IP address values. These have the same meaning as for pattern-matching operations performed with the SWONCO Womens Vulcanize Shoes Spring Summer Mesh Casual Outlet Original Sale Many Kinds Of Cheap Sale Choice In China Sale Online Affordable Online zLXrr
operator. For example, a host value of '%' matches any host name, whereas a value of '' matches any host in the domain. '198.51.100.%' matches any host in the 198.51.100 class C network.

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Amazon Kinesis Data Streams
Developer Guide

There are two primary reasons why records may be delivered more than one time to your Amazon Kinesis Data Streams application: producer retries and consumer retries. Your application must anticipate and appropriately handle processing individual records multiple times.

Producer Retries

Consider a producer that experiences a network-related timeout after it makes a call to PutRecord , but before it can receive an acknowledgement from Amazon Kinesis Data Streams. The producer cannot be sure if the record was delivered to Kinesis Data Streams. Assuming that every record is important to the application, the producer would have been written to retry the call with the same data. If both PutRecord calls on that same data were successfully committed to Kinesis Data Streams, then there will be two Kinesis Data Streams records. Although the two records have identical data, they also have unique sequence numbers. Applications that need strict guarantees should embed a primary key within the record to remove duplicates later when processing. Note that the number of duplicates due to producer retries is usually low compared to the number of duplicates due to consumer retries.


If you use the AWS SDK , the default configuration retries a failed call up to three times.

Consumer (data processing application) retries happen when record processors restart. Record processors for the same shard restart in the following cases:

A worker terminates unexpectedly

Worker instances are added or removed

Shards are merged or split

The application is deployed

In all these cases, the shards-to-worker-to-record-processor mapping is continuously updated to load balance processing. Shard processors that were migrated to other instances restart processing records from the last checkpoint. This results in duplicated record processing as shown in the example below. For more information about load-balancing, see Resharding, Scaling, and Parallel Processing .

In this example, you have an application that continuously reads records from a stream, aggregates records into a local file, and uploads the file to Amazon S3. For simplicity, assume there is only 1 shard and 1 worker processing the shard. Consider the following example sequence of events, assuming that the last checkpoint was at record number 10000:

A worker reads the next batch of records from the shard, records 10001 to 20000.

The worker then passes the batch of records to the associated record processor.

The record processor aggregates the data, creates an Amazon S3 file, and uploads the file to Amazon S3 successfully.

Determine if the supplied token is valid. Most implementations should simply compare the token to the current value of get_csrf_token but it is possible to verify the token using any mechanism necessary using this method.

Returns True if the token is valid, otherwise False .

An interface representing a session (a web session object, usually accessed via request.session .

Keys and values of a session must be pickleable.

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Invalidate the session. The action caused by invalidate is implementation-dependent, but it should have the effect of completely dissociating any data stored in the session with the current request. It might set response values (such as one which clears a cookie), or it might not.

An invalidated session may be used after the call to invalidate with the effect that a new session is created to store the data. This enables workflows requiring an entirely new session, such as in the case of changing privilege levels or preventing fixation attacks.

Boolean attribute. If True , the session is new.

Pop a queue from the flash storage. The queue is removed from flash storage after this message is called. The queue is returned; it is a list of flash messages added by New Stylish Sport Shoe High Quality Cheap Branded Sports Sneaker Fashionable Sport Shoe Man Free Shipping Cheap Quality 6UgkBql

Mark the session as changed. A user of a session should call this method after he or she mutates a mutable object that is a value of the session (it should not be required after mutating the session itself). For example, if the user has stored a dictionary in the session under the key foo , and he or she does session['foo'] = {} , changed() needn't be called. However, if subsequently he or she does session['foo']['a'] = 1 , changed() must be called for the sessioning machinery to notice the mutation of the internal dictionary.

Peek at a queue in the flash storage. The queue remains in flash storage after this message is called. The queue is returned; it is a list of flash messages added by pyramid.interfaces.ISession.flash()

Integer representing Epoch time when created.

Push a flash message onto the end of the flash queue represented by queue . An alternate flash message queue can used by passing an optional queue , which must be a string. If allow_duplicate is false, if the msg already exists in the queue, it will not be re-added.

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