Walter Hafner (email@example.com)
Fri, 17 Sep 1999 13:06:10 +0200 (METDST)
Quoted from http://www.vestris.com/alkaline/intro.html:
: Search Scripts written generally in Perl or C searching sites of a
: maximum a few thousand pages. They do not include complex algorithms to
: optimize searching and indexing and become unusable as the site grows
: over about 5000 pages. Those scripts are still good when it comes to a
: home-made site where there's no much search power needed and where a
: search box is quite a gadget.
: Technically, those scripts reindex modified pages once in a while (like
: once a day) in a few minutes or seconds and produce usually fixed output
: with little layout options as search results. As those scripts are
: entirely CGIs, they are slower as they never maintain persistent data in
: memory but store it and load or parse it each time the search engine is
: Among such scripts you can find WebGlimpse or ht://Dig.
Perhabs, someone should set things right. :-)
Otoh, there's this server aliases/virtual hosts issue I mention from
time to time ... :-)
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