Re: [htdig] tricky? problem


Barry Zubel (barry@citymutual.com)
Tue, 16 Mar 1999 09:52:43 -0000


I want to be able to re-index (or incrementally index) Server1 every 10
minutes, and Server2 every 24 hours.

Sensible way to do this? (I presume having two rundigs with diff. conf
files, then htmerge, but someone confirm this pls :)

Barry Zubel
Technical Manager
City Mutual Ltd
www.citymutual.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Geoff Hutchison <ghutchis@wso.williams.edu>
To: htdig@htdig.org <htdig@htdig.org>
Cc: htdig@htdig.org <htdig@htdig.org>
Date: Tuesday, March 16, 1999 5:19 AM
Subject: Re: [htdig] tricky? problem

>
>At 9:00 AM -0500 3/15/99, Barry Zubel wrote:
>>What is the best way to go about indexing this entire lot? I want the
whole
>>archive and current data searchable. However, can htdig cope with the fact
>>that the stories move from one server to another if I simply do an
>>incremental index? Will they remove the records from Server1 and add new
>>records to Server2? will I have to have an HTML page that links to every
new
>>story in the archive?
>
>If the root page on server1 points to all the stories on it and the root
>page on server2 points to all the stories on it, you should be fine. They
>don't need to link directly, just as long as the pages are directly
>reachable as far as following links alone.
>
>You may end up digging a page once on server1 and then again when it moves
>to server2, but it will be smart about detecting new files and deleting
>ones that are missing. (Just make sure you have the latest version, 3.1.0
>betas and earlier had bugs about not always deleting files from the
>database.)
>
>
>-Geoff Hutchison
>Williams Students Online
>http://wso.williams.edu/
>
>
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