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If I queue a folder from someone that includes a text file everything else downloads fine but the text file stays Queued forever. Image files less than 100k download fine, so there's no obvious connection with the 'immediately upload files smaller than...' option on their end, unless they've changed the size which I imagine few people do.
A recently minted list, this Free to download list uses methodology that combines some of the other top 1 million site lists mentioned above. By using a combination of lists they believe they have a more accurate list and have even written a paper to explain it.
You can install the Bedless Noob 200k texture pack for Java and MCPE. Make sure you click on the correct download link to avoid any problems. This tutorial is for PC, but if you play Minecraft PE or Bedrock you should read our tutorials for Android or iPhone/iPad.
If I run query in Hue that returns huge amount of rows, is it possible to download them through UI I tried it using Hive query and .csv, download was succesful, but it turned out the file had exactly 100000001 rows, while actual result should be bigger. Is 100 milion some kind of limit - if so could it be lifted
I was also thinking about storing results in HDFS and downloading them through file browser, but the problem is that when you click \"save in HDFS\", the whole query runs again from scratch, so effectively you need to run it twice to be able to do it (and i haven't checked if result would be stored as one file and if Hue could download it).
I see. Maybe then there should be also some option like \"execute and save to hdfs\", where Hue doesnt dump results to the browser, but puts them in one file in HDFS directly So user can get it by other means I recently managed to store results and then download 600 MB csv file in HDFS using Hue and it kinda worked (9 milions lines, new record). Altough few minutes the service went down (not sure if because of it, or because i just started presenting Hue to my boss) so not sure if this would work.
Got it. We will go this way, ironically it turned out that due to some regulatory stuff, downloading raw data from our system shouldn't bee too easy, so... we are going for good old 'it's not a bug, it's a feature'
I think that the best approach to solve this issue in Hue is:- create an external table which stores the data in TEXT format- Load/Insert the data that you want to download there- Go to File Browser, and browser to the location where that external table
create an external table which stores the data in TEXT format- Load/Insert the data that you want to download there- Go to File Browser, and browser to the location where that external table
I have a similar problem to report, involving the 100K background color for sending to a printer. In my case, the combination was a photo with a 100k background being embedded in a larger book cover that also had a 100 k background. As I reported in the Facebook group: \"I had this issue editing a photo in AF Photo, then importing the TIFF file into Quark. The black background was supposed to be CMYK 0,0,0,100, exported as TIFF to SWOP v2. The file I imported the image into also had the same settings. The photo was nestled in a larger document as an image on a book cover that also had a black background. On the screen everything looked right. But when the proof came back from the printer, the background of the photo was not right. It was more like RGB black, and ruined the cover. When I edited the same photo in Corel Photo Paint and saved it as CMYK SWOP v2 Tiff, the colors matched exactly on the new proof. I concluded that the color rendition of Affinity Photo is not correct, and I have quit using it because of that. I believe this is a bug in AF Photo, but I have not reported it to them.\"
Clicking on the above link(s) will either start the download process or open the file depending on your browser. If you wish to only download the file, right-click and select your browser's \"Save as...\" option.
The process and options for downloading content and formatting downloaded content vary based on whether you're downloading from a Look or an Explore, from a dashboard, from a legacy dashboard, or from a merged results query.
While choosing your data format for downloading, if you don't see the HTML or PNG (image of visualization) options (for Looks), talk to your Looker admin about installing the appropriate version of the Chromium renderer for your Looker instance.
For Looker developers, if you are in Development Mode, data downloads in most file formats query your model as it is in Development Mode. PDF and PNG file formats are the exception; data downloads in those file formats always query your model as if it is in Production Mode.
If you choose With visualization options applied, Looker applies some of the visualization settings to your download. Any of the following settings in the Plot, Series, and Formatting menus that are configured for the visualization will be applied to the data download:
If you choose As displayed in the data table, visualization options will not be applied and the download will appear like the data table in the Data section of the Look or Explore.
When you click Run in a Look or an Explore, Looker checks your permissions and determines whether the complexity of the query and the database dialect will allow the entire query to be downloaded. If you have the permissions (for results above a set limit) and if Looker determines that your entire query can be downloaded, the All Results option will be available in the Download window.
When you select All Results, you may also see the option to Remove all sorts from query. This option prevents sorting on your query before you download the results. Selecting this option may speed up your download, since sorting a query can be costly to performance for certain database types.
When you are downloading a large result set in Looker using Google BigQuery as your database dialect and you select All Results, you may see the Allow large results option. This is because Google BigQuery has a maximum response size for query results, as described in the Write query results Google Cloud documentation topic. In order to download results that exceed the BigQuery maximum response size, Looker must perform a different process.
You can enter a filename for the download or use the default filename that is pre-populated in the field. Looker will automatically append the appropriate file extension based on your selection in the File Format field.
You can download your entire dashboard as a PDF, which means you will get a PDF that displays the dashboard title, any dashboard filters, some or all dashboard tiles, and the time zone the dashboard was run in. The PDF will also include a timestamp that shows when the dashboard was downloaded.
When you're downloading a dashboard as a PDF, the PDF will display the new dashboard experience or a legacy dashboard, depending on the permanent format of the dashboard. In other words, if you are temporarily viewing the dashboard in a different format because you changed the URL, any downloads will reflect the permanent format.
Select or leave unselected Expand tables to show all rows. If you select this option, for dashboard tiles that use table visualizations, the PDF will show all the rows that are available in the table visualization, not just the rows that are visible in the dashboard tile thumbnail. If you do not select this option, only the rows that are visible in the thumbnail without scrolling will appear in the PDF. Dashboard and query filters will still apply, as will visualization settings such as row limits, column limits, and settings that are made with the Limit Displayed Rows option.If the Expand Tables to Show All Rows option is selected, dashboard tiles that contain table visualizations may look slightly different in downloaded PDFs than they do inside Looker. The following differences may be noticeable in the PDF:
If your Looker admin has enabled the Render Long Tables Labs feature and the Expand Tables to Show All Rows option is selected, tiles containing table visualizations may look slightly different in downloaded PDFs than they do inside Looker. To learn more about the differences, visit the Labs documentation page. 59ce067264