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The number of “user asserts” that have occurred since the last time the Mongo DB process started.
The number of cursors that Mongo DB is maintaining for clients.
On Mac, use the Input tab of "Sound" in System Preferences and change the “Use audio port for:" menu to "Sound Input".
External audio devices Audacity does not automatically search for new external playback or recording devices (such as headsets, turntables or microphones that connect by USB cable) if you connect these while Audacity is already running.
On systems with only one audio port for both input and output, you may need to change the output to an input.
On Windows you can do that in the soundcard's own control panel.
See "How to connect your equipment" before connecting high output devices to a sole input.
See also: Built-in audio devices Generally, if you connect a cable to one of the inputs of the built-in audio device, Audacity will be able to record immediately from that device.
If this value is more than a few minutes past your server’s current time and accounting for differences in time zone, restarting the database may result in some data loss.
Also consider ongoing operations that might skew this value by routinely blocking write operations.
See Why do I get "Error while opening sound device"? If your Audio Host is not already set to MME (the Audacity default) in Device Toolbar, try changing it to MME as this host is the most compatible with all audio devices.
To investigate this further, exit Audacity then on Windows, right-click over the . Follow the steps on our instructions for Windows "Sound" to show then enable all disconnected and disabled recording devices.
To include this output, you must pass the A document that returns information on the number of concurrent of read and write transactions allowed into the Wired Tiger storage engine. To change the settings for concurrent reads and write transactions, see is roughly equivalent to the amount of RAM, in megabytes (MB), currently used by the database process. In dedicated database servers, this number tends to approach the total amount of system memory.