Gunicorn Failed to start Service (Unknown section ‘Service’. Ignoring.)

I am setting up Django Project on Digital Ocean with Nginx. I am getting error on journalctl -u gunicorn.socket this command. Got this Error ** [email protected]:/var/www/html/sandbox# journalctl -u gunicorn.socket — Logs begin at Mon 2020-01-06 03:17:11 UTC, end at Sat 2020-01-18 06:28:38 UTC. — Jan 14 12:08:43 vavaphysio systemd[1]: /etc/systemd/system/gunicorn.socket:6: Unknown section ‘Service’. Ignoring. Jan…

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c# linq Joins How to take only Date part from Datetime

Please Help me How can i remove Time Part from DateTime Here ir_creation_datetime is having Datetime var x = (from n in _db.Tbl_inward_registration where n.ir_status_flag == 20 join _farmer in _db.tbl_farmer on n.ir_farmer_agency equals _farmer.fm_registration_id select new FaremerRejectedApplication { ir_Id=n.ir_id, ApplicationSubmitedDate =n.ir_creation_datetime.ToString(), }).ToList();

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How to Convert a UTC datetime to BST Time British Summer Time (BST) Laravel Carbon

I am trying to convert UTC time to BST. It shows incorrect results if I am correct. $timestamp = ‘2020-03-30 16:34:00’; $date = \Carbon\Carbon::createFromFormat(‘Y-m-d H:i:s’, $timestamp, ‘Europe/London’); $date->tz(‘BST’); $bst = $date->toDateTimeString(); Above code outputs 2020-03-30 15:34:00. Note that BST is one hour less in the output.

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Python3, when UserString does not behave as a string?

In Python3 I use a UserString to expand the functionality of built-in strings. Usually UserStrings behave just like strs, but with re I run into an unexpected TypeError: bpython version 0.17.1 on top of Python 3.6.9 /usr/bin/python3 import re from collections import UserString s = UserString(‘foo’) re_repetitions = re.compile(r”(/)\1{1,}”, re.DOTALL) re_repetitions.sub(r”\1″, s) Traceback (most recent…

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Juicy Potato Exploit – Do I really need to upgrade to Server 2019?

I have been advised by a Plesk notification that our Windows Server 2016 is vulnerable to the Juicy Potato exploit. Apparently the only fix is upgrading to Windows Server 2019. (We need DCOM) My question, is this “really” necessary ? Thanks UPDATE https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360010138760 https://decoder.cloud/2018/10/01/fear-the-rotten-juicy-potato-attack/ https://areyou1or0.blogspot.com/2019/06/rotten-potato-privilege-escalation-by.html Capture of the Plask Alert

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