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'); } } Mosquito - Pest Control Specialist Malaysia
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Mosquitoes belong to the same group as the true flies, Diptera. As such, they have a single pair of wings. They typically have long, thin legs and a head featuring a prominent proboscis. Mosquito bodies and wings most often are covered in tiny scales. Adult sizes may range from 3 to 9 mm

Difference between male and female mosquitoes

Most of the differences between male and female mosquitoes are hard to see without using a magnifying glass or a dissecting microscope. However, other differences are fairly easy to see if you know what you’re looking for. Differences between male and female mosquitoes include:

  • Male adult mosquitoes do not take blood meals, while the females do. However, a few species of female adult
    mosquitoes do not imbibe blood at all and feed only on plant nectar and other sugars, just like the males.
  • The mosquito’s proboscis that extends out from the mouth area is relatively smooth with the females and somewhat
    bushy with males.
  • The hairs or plumes on the mosquitoes’ antenna assist with the ability to hear. The male’s antennae plumes are very
    “feathery” and large, while the female’s antennae have a smoother, less feathery appearance.
  • Generally, male mosquitoes are smaller than females of the same species and live shorter lives than the females.

Behavior, Diet & Habits

  • Mosquitoes are best known for the habits of the adult females which often feed on blood to help generate their eggs. The lesser-known side is that mosquito adults, males and females, also feed on nectar from flowers. Their immature stages usually are located in standing, preferably stagnant, water. The larvae feed on variety of materials, depending on species. Most consume organic flotsam and tiny aquatic organisms. However, some species are predatory and will consume other mosquitoes. Adult mosquitoes prefer to be most active from dusk until dawn but can become active with sufficient cloud cover or in dark shady areas. They do not prefer to be active in the sunshine since they may dessicate and die.


  • Males have feathery antennae they use to locate females. After mating, females typically seek a blood meal to aid in egg production. She often lays them in standing pools of water, but manmade sources can include bird baths, buckets and even mud puddles. Egg numbers vary from species to species but can be as much as over 100 eggs in a single laying. Wormlike larvae, called wigglers because of their wiggling swimming motion, hatch. They feed until ready to molt into pupae. The pupae are called tumblers, again due to their tumbling motion in the water. Adults emerge from the pupae onto the water surface where their exoskeleton hardens.

Signs of a Mosquito Infestation

  • Annoying signs of mosquito activity include the buzzing of the females and their bites. People have differing reactions to bites, ranging from mild irritation to intense inflammation and swelling. Learn more about Mosquito Bites

  • Signs of the immature are their presence in standing water, which also can include watering dishes of containerized house plants.

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