On Wed, 29 May 2002, Henning Sittler wrote:
> A single cron script triggers the rundig script nightly.
OK, first question. Does the cron job actually complete, or does an
indexing run take more than 24 hours?
> -i option from the htdig line in the rundig script, and do not use the -a
> option when launching the rundig script.
Do you intend on allowing active searching while you're indexing? If so,
you really want the -a flag. Check out the "rundig.sh" script that I wrote
that handles updates smoothly from old databases.
> Any ideas what I should be checking or looking for? Why would this be
If you're also using external parsers or converters, I'd make sure that
Obviously running "top" or something similar should
tell you which processes are chewing up your CPU. Do you have multiple
copies of htdig, htmerge or htfuzzy running at the same time?
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