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Mediatide bob@mediatide.co.uk
Mon, 18 Feb 2002 09:59:31 -0000
Hi Daniel

You got it in one. When I looked at the no_index.txt file I realised that it
was set up by default with:
/*

Which presumably is a wild card setting for no indexing whatsoever. I
cleared this entry and indexer.pl is running on all my files as I type this
and appears to be indexing everything fine.

Thanks very much for your help. I am a little bit surprised that a default
installation sets up no_index.txt this way. It must catch quite a few unwary
people?

Thank you very much for solving a very frustrating problem.

p.s.
The indexer has just finished and on testing the search function it works
superbly - I am very, very pleased.
Thanks again....
Bob Wood
Mediatide

-----Original Message-----
From: perlfect-search-admin@perlfect.com
[mailto:perlfect-search-admin@perlfect.com]On Behalf Of Daniel Naber
Sent: 16 February 2002 12:52
To: perlfect-search@perlfect.com; Mediatide
Subject: Re: [Perlfect-search] Perlfect


On Saturday 16 February 2002 12:11, Mediatide wrote:

> I have Perlfect running on my local webserver (IIS) I have manually
> configured and auto configured the setup to no avail. The indexer.pl
> runs fine and appears to run on the correct paths and directories but
> fails to index any pages at all - it just returns (0) indexed.

Maybe you accidentially added your document root to conf/no_index.txt? Or
you don't have html, htm and shtml in @EXT in conf.pl. If that's not the
case, you can post your conf.pl here and I'll have a look at it.

regards
 Daniel

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