[Perlfect-search] Big problems with http indexing !
Hofer Werner firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon, 10 Dec 2001 14:47:10 +0200
thanks a lot for your quick help . I am gratefully!
The term wwt is correct. It is an internal test webserver (t for test)
at our school ( Hochschule f�r Wirtschaft in Luzern, Schweiz).
I have the same problems with
$HTTP_START_URL = 'http://localhost/';
Like you said i tried with the variable $HTTP_LIMIT_URL, for
$HTTP_LIMIT_URL = $HTTP_START_URL; or
$HTTP_LIMIT_URL = 'http://126.96.36.199'; or
$HTTP_LIMIT_URL = 'http://localhost/'; or
$HTTP_LIMIT_URL = 188.8.131.52;
...The same problem like before !
During lunch i tried all on an other Webserver. The results
are exactly the same ( no http indexing ) !!!!
Before i was sending the mail to the mailing list, i was looking in the
mailing list archive. I was a little bit wondering, that i am the only one
with that kind of problem. During the installation, i had no errors an no
warnings. Local indexing really works fine !
But may be one thing is a little bit strange. When i set
$HTTP_START_URL='http://localhost/; then i can also not
local indexing anymore. Then when i set to $HTTP_START_URL='';
then i can local indexing again.
May i ask you for an other tipp ? I am so sorry, that i get your time......
Thank you very much in advance
Von: Daniel Naber <email@example.com>
Betreff: Re: [Perlfect-search] Big problems with http indexing !
Datum: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 11:07:02 +0100
Antwort an: firstname.lastname@example.org
> On Monday 10 December 2001 08:51, you wrote:
> > I gave a INDEXER_CGI_PASSWORD
> > and i set the HTTP_START_URL variable to the homepage
> > (for example: http://wwt.hsw.fhz.ch/ or http://localhost/ ,
> Is it really "wwt", or do you mean "www"? "wwt" cannot be found when I try
> to test it. If "localhost" is possible, you should probably use that. If
> that doesn't work, you can set $HTTP_LIMIT_URL to a regular expression, to
> allow more server URLs (read the warning that indexer.pl gives).
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