This problem is known as the Travelling Salesman problem. The Travelling Salesman problem (TSP) is a problem in combinatorial optimization studied in operations research and theoretical computer science. Given a list of cities and their pairwise distances, the task is to find a shortest possible tour that visits each city exactly once.
The problem was first formulated as a mathematical problem in 1930 and is one of the most intensively studied problems in optimization. It is used as a benchmark for many optimization methods. Even though the problem is computationally difficult, a large number of heuristics and exact methods are known, so that some instances with tens of thousands of cities can be solved.
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The size of a power cord is determined by two factors:
1) the Amperage being delivered, and
2) the Distance that the current is being carried.
Extreme examples could be:
- A diesel generator supplying a small community on a remote island. or
- A tiny generator connnected to a recreational vehicle.
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- small appliance, short distance, small cord.
- Bigger appliance, bigger cord.
- Longer distance, bigger cord.
- Tripping circuit breaker, bigger cord.
- Warm/hot cord, bigger cord.
If you log on to SP1 using VT100 and you get garbage the port is properly set for CPSS and you will have to use a craft interface to log on talking CPSS to the node. The S1 switch on the control card is to reset the database on the node, but you can also use this to reset the SP1 port back to VT100...be very careful doing the following procedure as you can delete the database. Power down the node and press and hold in S1 then power up the node still pressing in S1, look at the the display it will after going trough it's start up process display a "0" ...release S1 and press S1 again....this will reset your SP1 to VT100 and you will be able to log on again. "0" reset SP1 and if it display a "1" and you carry on you will delete the database. As I warned you the "1" will delete the database, if for some reason you are stuck on "1" just power done the node without pressing S1 and it will restore as previous setting....good luck!!!
MySQL offers Check Table syntax that checks a table or tables for errors. It works for several storage engines like MyISAM, InnoDB, & Archive. If you run this syntax then you can the cause of problem & reported tables.
If Check Table finds errors then you can repair reported tables by Repair MySQL Table syntax.
You are in luck. I had the same problem a while back. Most of the time you will not be able to compact and repair a database that has reached capacity, however, you can import the database into a new one. The first thing you are going to have to do is find a very large table in your database and copy it into a new one. Then, delete that table from your old database. Now, open another new database. Go to the file menu and choose import. Now you must find your database in the directory and click it. Now choose one of the given options (tables, queries, etc.). Then, Press control + a to select all items. Now hit okay and it will import all of the items from your old database from that section into the new one. You must do this for each section (tables, queries, etc.). When everything is imported (should take less than an hour), compact and repar the new database. This will give you additional space to work with. Now you can bring in the table that you copied into a new database earlier the same way (import). This should put you back in business.
I suggest creating a 2nd database for any other data you may want to add later. You can always make link tables and such in your old database in order to get the additional data and prevent crashing your old database.
Let me know if you need any additional help.
From the "Where To" menu choose Settings > Navigation > Route Preference > This is where you can choose a Faster Time or Shorter Distance and also Off Road. Off Road is used to create a "Straight line" or "Direct Route" This option will NOT follow the roads.
Most will use Fastest and also make sure the Vehicle type is correct.