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Block a job from running if given node(s) with a given label(s) is/are running another job(s)

In Jenkins, we can block a job A if job B is running using Build blocker plugin . Similarly or in some fashion , I would like a job, for ex: another_dumb_job to NOT run / (wait and let it sit in queue) if there are any in-progress jobs running on any user selected slave(s) until those slaves are...

how to restrict access to directory so I can run php scripts from browser

First post, be gentle :) ... I have been doing searches on this site as well as others and realize I may be in over my head. Here is the situation: 1) I have a website running on BlueHost (linux OS, I think is running Apache) that is open for general access 2) I have a set of php scripts on the...

How can I restrict public access modifier in referenced library?

I have two different libraries which refereed the base library called base.dll. One library using for web platforms another one using for windows platform (WPF). I have to restrict restrict one public property in WPF platform but I want to access it in web platform. How can achieve this? I am trying...

Assigning a restrict-qualified pointer argument to a local restrict-qualified variable

After reading the C standard, 6.7.3.1 "Formal definition of restrict ", i have the following misunderstanding. I wonder if the following code instantly causes undefined behavior: void foo(int *restrict p) { int *restrict q = p; } It is clear that q is assigned the value that is based on another...

What's the correct way to hide/prevent access to wp-admin

I'm dealing with this matter since a while, I have read a ton of articles and stuff out there but I couldn't find a place that shows the RIGHT way, standard, correct, whatever you like to call it, to prevent access to my wp-admin or wp-login.php On all Wordpress sites I see (the well made ones) you...

Do nvcc, gcc, clang and msvc “respect” the __restrict__ keyword within structs?

Suppose I have struct s { int* __restrict__ p1; double v; }; void foo(int* __restrict__ p2, struct s my_s) { /* ... */ } Do the C++ compilers listed below respect the __restrict__ keywords in this case, and assume memory accesses through p2 cannot affect accesses through p1 ? Obviously this is...

__restrict vis-a-vis a function optimization behavior of popular compilers

Consider the following function: int bar(const int* __restrict x, void g()) { int result = *x; g(); result += *x; return result; } Do we need to read twice from x because of the call to g() ? Or is the __restrict ion enough to guarantee the invocation of g() does not access/does not alter the value...