Subject: [htdig] Howto delete unwanted docs?
From: Giancarlo (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 10 1999 - 11:03:10 PST
After a wild run over a few sites (with some wrong parameters) I found
that the db is fouled with thousands of unwanted docs, all from the same
I don't want to rebuild the whole thing with -i, so I was thinking about
a trick, and was wondering if it might work:
-set in /etc/hosts something like:
-run htdig on a new db (-i) for only the unwanted host with
-merge the new created db into the previos (fauled) one.
Would htmerge delete all unreachable urls from the db ?
Any other trick?
it would be great il -v or -vv could printout the configuration
parameters as read by htdig. I could then trap any configuration error
just upon starting the run and block it.
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