Synthetic Transaction Monitoring Vs. Real User Monitoring: When To Use Each Approach? In this article, we will discuss two major monitoring approaches: Synthetic Transaction and Real User Monitoring.
E325: ATTENTION Found a swap file by the name ".bash_profile.swp" owned by: Marcus dated: Mon Feb 14 19:33:23 2011 file name: ~Marcus/.bash_profile modified: YES user name: Marcus host name: Marcus-Mac-2.local process ID: 343 While opening file ".bash_profile" dated: Mon Feb 14 19:30:01 2011 (1) Another program may be editing the same file. If this is the case, be careful not to end up with two different instances of the same file when making changes. Quit, or continue with caution. (2) An edit session for this file crashed. If this is the case, use ":recover" or "vim -r .bash_profile" to recover the changes (see ":help recovery"). If you did this already, delete the swap file ".bash_profile.swp" to avoid this message. Swap file ".bash_profile.swp" already exists! [O]pen Read-Only, (E)dit anyway, (R)ecover, (D)elete it, (Q)uit, (A)bort:
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