[Perlfect-search] Understanding the Indexing Process
Hofer Werner email@example.com
Mon, 10 Dec 2001 16:08:30 +0200
thanks for your answer.
I did the following, but anyway i can not index via http:
1) I limited the count of html-files in the document root ( 6 files with
the extension htm)
2) i deleted the content in the data directory
3) i checked the files no_index.html and no_index.txt : no content is
inside them !
4) i gave full permission for the directory /usr/local/apache/cgi-
bin/perlfect all others downstairs !
Anyway, i have the old problem: i can not index via http !!!!
I do not know what i can do anymore !
Thanks for your help in advance
Datum: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 05:12:32 -0800 (PST)
Von: Intekhab Choudhury <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Betreff: [Perlfect-search] Understanding the Indexing Process
Antwort an: email@example.com
> First, I tried to index my entire site, but going
> through that memory problem. So, I indexed a fairly
> smaller directory, and went successfully. Then I had
> tuned up Kernel paramters and attempted indexing the
> entire site (excluding about 20 something directory).
> So, I used the no_index.txt in the following process..
> to exclude folder /htdocs/Forms/...
> I added two line /full-path/htdocs/Forms/
> I started running that on Friday noon, but indexing
> still going (and this is Monday 8AM ) :(
> In the nohup.out, it shows that its reading the
> directory structures that were excluded, but no number
> next to them (that means, they are not indexing..which
> is good). But my guess is, since its even reading
> those directory, that's why its taking so long to
> index to get done (now, I am not even getting the
> memory error message) but going and going.
> I will go ahead and delete the content of the data
> directory and start again. But if you have any input,
> please provide it. Thanks
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