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Nvidia SLI (Scalable Link Interface) Vs AMD CrossFireX – ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

      Nvidia SLI and AMD CrossFireX are similar kind of technologies which are used to install more than one graphic card(or GPU) in a single system(desktop or laptop). These technologies makes the demanding games to run faster and smoother with higher frame rates. The number of graphic cards which can be installed in… Read More »

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Samsung Galaxy S4 – Its a Superphone!!!

            We live in a mobile world.We travel a lot. We always want to be connected with other. Smartphones are one choice which makes it. But how about a super smartphone which replaces desktop, laptop, tablet, iPod  camera etc. We have all the above mentioned electronic products in one form Samsung Galaxy S4… Read More »

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Monitor Elasticsearch Servers with Shell Script – E-Mail Notification

           The following shell script can be used to monitor Elasticsearch servers. The basic idea is that the server (IP:9200) will respond with a color code(Green, Red and Yellow). We use the color code to know the status of the server and notify the users through configured E-Mail addresses. An E-Mail… Read More »

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Desktop vs Laptop Performance – Processor & GPU – ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

          The everyday computing is primarily done using a desktop or a laptop. When we are buying a laptop or a desktop, we are very much concerned about the configuration particularly the processor/CPU, RAM and the GPU/graphic card. Consider the processor for instance, we have Intel Core-i7 processor for both desktop… Read More »

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Gremlin Query Language – Create Vertex/Node and Edge/Relationship

Open Gremlin Console Initial command to work/test with inmemory storage graph = TitanFactory.build().set('storage.backend','inmemory').open() g=graph.traversal(standard()) Example 1: Create Vertex. Label property is optional. The below queries will return vertex references. graph.addVertex('property1','value1','property2','value2'); OR graph.addVertex(label,'USER','property1','value1','property2','value2'); OR graph.addVertex(T.label,'USER','property1','value1','property2','value2'); OR graph.addVertex(T.label,'USER').property('property1','value1').property('property2','value2'); OR graph.addVertex('LABEL_NAME'); Example 2: Create Edge with/without properties using system generated unique ID g.V(123).next().addEdge('EDGE_LABEL',g.V(456).next()) OR g.E(g.V(123).next().addEdge('EDGE_LABEL',g.V(456).next())).property('property1','value1').property('property2','value2') Example 3: Create Edge with/without… Read More »

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