if (!defined('WPO_VERSION')) die('No direct access allowed'); class WP_Optimization_repairtables extends WP_Optimization { public $available_for_auto = false; public $setting_default = true; public $changes_table_data = true; public $run_multisite = false; /** * Display or hide optimization in optimizations list. * * @return bool */ public function display_in_optimizations_list() { return false; } /** * Run optimization. */ public function optimize() { // check if single table name posted or optimize all tables. if (isset($this->data['optimization_table']) && '' != $this->data['optimization_table']) { $table = $this->optimizer->get_table($this->data['optimization_table']); $result = $this->repair_table($table); if ($result) { $wp_optimize = WP_Optimize(); $tablestatus = $wp_optimize->get_db_info()->get_table_status($table->Name, true); $is_optimizable = $wp_optimize->get_db_info()->is_table_optimizable($table->Name); $tableinfo = array( 'rows' => number_format_i18n($tablestatus->Rows), 'data_size' => $wp_optimize->format_size($tablestatus->Data_length), 'index_size' => $wp_optimize->format_size($tablestatus->Index_length), 'overhead' => $is_optimizable ? $wp_optimize->format_size($tablestatus->Data_free) : '-', 'type' => $table->Engine, 'is_optimizable' => $is_optimizable, ); $this->register_meta('tableinfo', $tableinfo); } $this->register_meta('success', $result); } else { $tables = $this->optimizer->get_tables(); $repaired = $corrupted = 0; foreach ($tables as $table) { if (false == $table->is_needing_repair) continue; if ($this->repair_table($table)) { $repaired++; } else { $corrupted++; } } $this->register_output(sprintf(_n('%s table repaired', '%s tables repaired', $repaired), $repaired)); if ($corrupted > 0) { $this->register_output(sprintf(_n('Repairing %s table was unsuccessful', 'Repairing %s tables were unsuccessful', $corrupted), $corrupted)); } } } /** * Repair table. * * @param object $table_obj object contains information about database table. * * @return bool */ private function repair_table($table_obj) { global $wpdb; $success = false; if (false == $table_obj->is_needing_repair) return true; $this->logger->info('REPAIR TABLE '.$table_obj->Name); $results = $wpdb->get_results('REPAIR TABLE '.$table_obj->Name); if (!empty($results)) { foreach ($results as $row) { if ('status' == strtolower($row->Msg_type) && 'ok' == strtolower($row->Msg_text)) { $success = true; } $this->logger->info($row->Msg_text); } } return $success; } /** * Register info about optimization. */ public function get_info() { $tablesinfo = $this->optimizer->get_tables(); $corrupted_tables = 0; if (!empty($tablesinfo)) { foreach ($tablesinfo as $tableinfo) { if ($tableinfo->is_needing_repair) { $corrupted_tables++; } } } if (0 == $corrupted_tables) { $this->register_output(__('No corrupted tables found', 'wp-optimize')); } else { $this->register_output(sprintf(_n('%s corrupted table found', '%s corrupted tables found', $corrupted_tables), $corrupted_tables)); } } /** * Returns settings label. * * @return string */ public function settings_label() { return __('Repair database tables', 'wp-optimize'); } } Bedbug - Pest Control Specialist Malaysia
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Bed bugs are flat, reddish-brown, oval insects up to 4 to 5 mm long or the size of an apple seed. Swollen and reddish after a blood meal.

Behavior, Diet & Habits

Bed bugs only feed on blood. Under cool conditions, bed bugs have been able to survive up to a year without a meal. They prefer to be more active at night when the host is asleep. Found in cracks and crevices, including mattress seams, sheets, furniture, behind baseboards, electrical outlet plates and picture frames. Often found in hotels, where they can travel from room to room and in visitors’ luggage or other personal belongings such as purses and briefcases.

Reproduction and development

Females can deposit one to five eggs a day, and may lay 200 to 500 eggs in a lifetime. Under normal room temperatures and with an adequate food supply, they can live for more than 300 days.

Signs of a Bed Bug Infestation

There are many possible signs of bed bug activity. The first would be seeing the bugs. Adult bed bugs are about the shape and size of an apple seed. A second sign would be case skins. As the juvenile bugs grow, they shed their skins, discovery of which can indicate their presence. After feeding, bed bugs return to their harborage to hide. They eventually defecate in these areas, which appears as black to brown stains on porous surfaces or black to brown mounds on nonporous surfaces. Bites also may indicate bed bug activity, but further signs will need to be found, since other sources can cause red welts on the skin.

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