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Life Insurance

Mortgage Life Insurance

Mortgage life insurance protects your family’s home in the event of the unimaginable. Mortgage life insurance attempts to provide some peace of mind by covering one of the most important financial commitments you’ll probably ever have. Mortgage life insurance provides coverage in the form of paying out your mortgage to the lender. So, if the principle on the mortgage were to die with $253,000 still owed on the mortgage, the lender would receive the death benefit and the title on the house cleared. It is important to note that the premiums you pay for mortgage life insurance don’t decrease over time. Instead, what you pay is based on the initial amount you borrow. What does decrease though is your death benefit.
Many people choose term life insurance over mortgage life insurance as its death benefit never decreases. Perhaps the most obvious downside to with mortgage life insurance is that since it only covers the remainder of your mortgage and is paid directly t…

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Manually resume MySQL replication to bypass minor error

In MySQL, if your replication stops because of one minor error, you don't want to start your replication from scratch just because of this minor error which does not affect the replication on the whole. Then one option to keep the replication going is:


mysql> show slave status\G;

to make sure the replication is catching up without errors.

This is useful for some unexpected events happen to the server.

It is not recommended for you to put

slave-skip-errors = error code (such as 1062)

in your mysql configuration file.

If this skip just one query method doesn't help, then it is very likely you need to start your replication from scratch.

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Solution to Eclipse Google Plug-In doesn't start server for web application

If when you try to start the Google App Engine web application in Eclipse, but instead of seeing the application running, you only see this message on the console:

Usage: [options]

--help, -h Show this help message and exit.
--server=SERVER The server to use to determine the latest
-s SERVER SDK version.
--address=ADDRESS The address of the interface on the local machine
-a ADDRESS to bind to (or for all interfaces).
--port=PORT The port number to bind to on the local machine.
--sdk_root=root Overrides where the SDK is located.
--disable_update_check Disable the check for newer SDK versions.

It is because your launch configuration file (location: WORKSPACE/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.debug.core/.launches)is corrupt. All you need to do to solve this problem is to delete the existing launch configuration (in Run > Run configurations)

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