The building which is the kafka cluster environment using Hyperledger composer

I’m building by making reference to the following page.

A file such as configtxgen and orderer.yaml in General.GenesisFile can’t answer with composer composition.

It’s said that it’s possible by this reply, but when there is a procedure in detail, could you tell me?
Using kafka configuration in hyperledger composer setup

Thanks in advance!

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Which is right “Ambitious students are more likely to succeed than are those with little ambition / than those with little ambition

Which is right? “Ambitious students are more likely to succeed than are those with little ambition” or “Ambitious students are more likely to succeed than those with little ambition”

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Everything has a polish, which takes away rust. The polish of the heart is dhikr.”

explanation of this hadith and Could you provide the exact translation and reference for this hadith
“Everything has a polish, which takes away rust. The polish of the heart is dhikr.”?

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Which number fields are monogenic? and related questions

A number field $K$ is said to be monogenic when $mathcal{O}_K=mathbb{Z}[alpha]$ for some $alphainmathcal{O}_K$. What is currently known about which $K$ are monogenic? Which are not? From Marcus’s Number Fields, I’m familiar with the proof that the cyclotomic fields are monogenic, and for example that $mathbb{Q}(sqrt{7},sqrt{10})$ is not monogenic (it is exercise 30 of chapter 2), but because Marcus eschews anything local, I haven’t seen any of the perhaps more natural proofs of these results.

If $K$ is monogenic, is there an effective method of determining those $alphainmathcal{O}_K$ for which $mathcal{O}_K=mathbb{Z}[alpha]$?

More generally, what is known about the minimal number of generators of $mathcal{O}_K$ as a $mathbb{Z}$-algebra? That is, can we determine, or at least put non-trivial bounds on, the minimal $m$ such that $mathcal{O}_K=mathbb{Z}[alpha_1,ldots,alpha_m]$ for some $alpha_iinmathcal{O}_K$? We know that any $mathcal{O}_K$ has an integral basis of $n=[K:mathbb{Q}]$ elements, so certainly $mleq n$ (I’m considering that trivial).

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I need to create a questionnaire in word press(with user typed submissions) which data gets used to fill in a template [on hold]

are there plugins like this already or do I need to make my own? and how do i export the files from the plug in? Thank you for the help.

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Which one is correct, explain

1.He is the taller of the two.

2.He is taller of the two.

Find correct one .

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NFSv4 which “domain” to put in idmapd.conf?

I’m using NFSv4 but suddenly when the NFS Server got rebooted, all the files on the Clients are having nobody ownerships after the Server is booted and started its whatever services again.

Then I found some solutions to set the Domain=_____ in the idmapd.conf file.

  • But what am I suppose to put there (in both Server and Clients)?
  • I only have IP addresses.

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Which Mac setup would be any good for blender?

I have to use a Mac for work but also generate blender renders. Could anyone tell me what setup I should aim for?
Much appreciated.

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In which countries does the body of the dead become property of someone?

It’s been claimed on politics SE that the body of the dead becomes the property of his family. No country was specified, but is there really a country where this happens?

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Specific Example of a Morphism of Schemes for which the Push-Pull Morphism is not an Isomorphism

Consider a Cartesian diagram of schemes as follows:

X times_Z Y @>{tilde{pi}}>> Y\
@VV{tilde{phi}}V @VV{phi}V\
X @>{pi}>> Z

From the isomorphism $phi_*tilde{pi}_*(F) cong pi_*tilde{phi}_*(F)$, for any quasicoherent sheaf $F in QCoh(Y)$, one obtains by adjunction the push-pull map $pi^*phi_{*}(F) to tilde{phi}_*tilde{pi}^*(F)$. There are many sources which claim that this map is not an isomorphism, thus motivating the need for derived algebraic geometry (for example, the fourth page in this section of Gaitsgory-Rozenblyum). However, is there a specific example where $phi$ is quasicompact and this morphism fails to be an isomorphism?

I have read through the example where $Y$ is the countable disjoint union of points and $X = mathbb{A}^1$, but because pushforward doesn’t send quasicoherent sheaves to quasicoherent sheaves in this case, this doesn’t seem (to me) to be one of the problems that derived algebraic geometry fixes.

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