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DEC transitioned to a new data acquisition system and developed this new AQI page. The PM2.5 AQI is visible in the map view below and more information is accessible by clicking on individual sites. If you have any questions about the data or how to navigate the AQI page, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. AMQA also has a Community-Based Air Monitoring Pilot Project that uses AQMesh pods to collect air quality data in hub communities throughout Alaska.
Disclaimer: When you first load the webpage, please wait a few seconds for the map to show Alaska (approx. 5 seconds). The timestamps on data are in Alaska Standard Time and are time-beginning readings. During Daylight Savings, this will cause an offset of two hours between the timestamps on the website data and current clock time. During Standard Time, there will be an offset of one hour. Data is updated approximately 10 minutes after the top of the hour.
My ESXI host crashed and I was having the same error as you when I opened up the FMC web GUI I could not login and the error message "System processes are starting, please wait." was present. Apparently there is a unsolved bug with FMC CSCvt18051 that upon reloading the GUI processes do not start up on there own. However there is a work around. Console into your firepower linux OS and Delete the /var/lib/rabbitmq/mnesia/rabbit@localhost/recovery.dets file & restart RabbitMQ from pmtool. The command for that is pmtool restartbyid RabbitMQ. Give that a try and my gui started operating normally afterward. Hope it works for you as well.
When you log on to a Workspace Environment Management agent machine, the logon process might take longer to complete. The issue occurs because the Workspace Environment Management agent logon service (Citrix.Wem.Agent.LogonService.exe) delays the logon process for several seconds even though the Endpoint Management group policy processing is disabled. [WEM-5237]
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In cases where the computer cannot provide fairly immediate response, continuous feedback should be provided to the user in form of a percent-done indicator [Myers 1985]. As a rule of thumb, percent-done progress indicators should be used for operations taking more than about 10 seconds. Progress indicators have three main advantages: They reassure the user that the system has not crashed but is working on his or her problem; they indicate approximately how long the user can be expected to wait, thus allowing the user to do other activities during long waits; and they finally provide something for the user to look at, thus making the wait less painful. This latter advantage should not be underestimated and is one reason for recommending a graphic progress bar instead of just stating the expected remaining time in numbers.
For reasonably fast operations, taking between 2 and 10 seconds, a true percent-done indicator may be overkill and, in fact, putting one up would violate the principle of display inertia (flashing changes on the screen so rapidly that the user cannot keep pace or feels stressed). One could still give less conspicuous progress feedback. A common solution is to combine a "busy" cursor with a rapidly changing number in small field in the bottom of the screen to indicate how much has been done.
10 seconds: Limit for users keeping their attention on the task. Anything slower than 10 seconds needs a percent-done indicator as well as a clearly signposted way for the user to interrupt the operation. Assume that users will need to reorient themselves when they return to the UI after a delay of more than 10 seconds. Delays of longer than 10 seconds are only acceptable during natural breaks in the user's work, for example when switching tasks.
Similar to 400 BAD_REQUEST, but the app must display the error to the user a bit differently.Do not display any visible error to the user when receiving the rpc_error constructor: instead, wait for an updateServiceNotification update, and handle it as usual.Basically, an updateServiceNotification popup update will be emitted independently (ie NOT as an Updates constructor inside rpc_result but as a normal update) immediately after emission of a 406 rpc_error: the update will contain the actual localized error message to show to the user with a UI popup.
Step 8. After entering the drive's information, wait a few seconds, you will see the root file on your computer. Click root file > Go PT file folder >Mp4 Record. 041b061a72