Hope you can help, I am using HTdig on my site, but find it is randomly
skipping files, and not indexing them. It will index a file skip one maybe
do the next 2 skip 1, etc and this happens in all directories throughout the
site, even though i created a directory with the same files in, it still
randomly (apparently) skipped them, any help much appreciated.
Ricky Lee Saunders
Abbey National plc
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From: Jim Cole <lists@yg...> - 2003-12-19 08:36:51
On Dec 17, 2003, at 3:07 AM, Saunders, Ricky wrote:
> Hope you can help, I am using HTdig on my site, but find it is randomly
> skipping files, and not indexing them. It will index a file skip one
> do the next 2 skip 1, etc and this happens in all directories
> throughout the
> site, even though i created a directory with the same files in, it
> randomly (apparently) skipped them, any help much appreciated.
You might want to start by looking at
http://www.htdig.org/FAQ.html#q5.27 and verifying that you are using
htdig in the intended manner.
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