Re: [htdig] weird results


Robert Cerny (rcerny@dataline.cz)
Thu, 19 Aug 1999 14:42:28 +0200


This could be true but the string is NOT in text!
btw, I edited htdig.conf and set the bigger number :))

regards

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---------- >From: Nicolas.Poizot@alcatel.fr >To: htdig@htdig.org >Subject: [htdig] weird results >Date: ăt 19. 8. 1999 14:14 >

> >> >> Hi, >> I asked htdig about one word on our server and it responded: >> url, 4! stars and text: >> (None of the search words were found in the top of this document) >> >> what does it mean? > > When you make the index, you specify a variable : max_head_length > this variable give the size of the top document keep in your database for > each document. > If your htsearch find a document, but the word is in part not keeped ny > htdig, htsearch cannot watch it. > Example: > > I have a max_head_length of 50000 bytes > I have a document of 100000 bytes. Only the 50000 of the top is keeped. > When a search a word is in the second part of the document, htsearch can > give the link, but not the context of this word. > > If you want that always htsearch give the context, you must give a large > limit for this variable. > >> >> thanks >> -- >> Robert Cerny > > Nicolas POIZOT > > >> ************************** >> Robert Cerny >> DataLine Technology Ltd. >> Ceskomoravska 15 >> 190 00 Prague 9 >> Czech Republic >> mailto:rcerny@dataline.cz >> http://www.dataline.cz >> ICQ: 42187099 >> PGP public keyID: 0x869BE348 >> >> ------------------------------------ >> To unsubscribe from the htdig mailing list, send a message to >> htdig@htdig.org containing the single word unsubscribe in >> the SUBJECT of the message. >> > > > ------------------------------------ > To unsubscribe from the htdig mailing list, send a message to > htdig@htdig.org containing the single word unsubscribe in > the SUBJECT of the message.

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