I was playing around with the official Docker image of RabbitMQ and I was trying to use RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_USER/RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_PASS environment variable to override the default username/password (guest/guest). I noticed that the username/password provided via the environment variables were set in the rabbitmq.conf file. Still I was neither able to access the queues using the API nor the management console. But I was able to login to the management console using the guest username.
Solution: Deleting the data directory and recreating the container solved the issue
Docker DataStax DSE Volume Mount Not Working – Solved
I was playing around with DataStax DSE Docker image using Docker Compose and noticed that the Docker volumes were not mounted. I was able to solve the issue by using named volume mounts (Docker Compose v3).
Then we planned to move the cluster to AWS ES 6.2 and applied the same mapping except distance_error_pct. We noticed that indexing geo-shapes were very slow in AWS ES 6.2 due to a missing distance_error_pct configuration. In Elasticsearch 1.4.4, the distance_error_pct value is set to 0.025 by default. If we explicitly set the tree value, distance_error_pct is set to 0 in Elasticsearch 6.2 by default.
Set distance_error_pct to 0 to gain maximum spatial precision with reduced indexing performance. The maximum value for distance_error_pct is 0.5. If you see any indexing issues after Elasticsearch upgrade for geo-shapes, set the distance_error_pct to 0.025 which is the default value in earlier versions of Elasticsearch.
I personally own Moto G4 Plus and all of a sudden I was not able to enable Bluetooth. If I switch on, the switch button will be enabled and nothing happens. If I go back and navigate the to the Bluetooth screen again, the switch will be still disabled. So how to solve it??? Here are the simple steps which will reset the app preferences.
Go to Settings -> Apps
In the top right corner, click the 3 dotted menu button