I do this regularly. We do a full indexing once a week and an
incremental indexing every night. When I do the full indexing I pass
htdig the -i option. All other options are the same for the full or the
incremental. Hope this helps.
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>>> Christopher Murtagh <christopher.murtagh@...> 21/01/2004
I'd like to have htdig perform a full index once a week (or so), but
then only do incremental additions/purges for new, updated and deleted
files. I've managed to do this without using '-a' (.work) files, and
sending specific URLs to htpurge, but if I use -a, I am left only with
files that have been indexed recently.
I imagine that this isn't an unusual scenario, so I'm suspecting that
I'm not reading something right in the docs. Any tips/pointers from
someone who's doing this? Any info would be much appreciated.
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