Subject: Re: [htdig] Remove_bad_urls ?!
From: Geoff Hutchison (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 26 2000 - 06:26:37 PDT
At 11:50 AM +0000 4/26/00, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>I posted a message here a while back about receiving what seemed to be
>random bad_urls (which all were bad urls indeed) in the errors to take note
>of in htdig's report. I got the response to put a remove_bad_urls: false
Hmm. I would have told you the reverse. If these seem to be "random"
URLs, then you probably want to get rid of them through htmerge.
The section you mention includes typos and the like, so it's often
very strange indeed.
>Shouldn't I be receiving all the bad urls every time I do a update since
>remove_bad_urls is set to false and has been ever since I did the initial
No, not really. An update dig simply goes through all the URLs it has
in the database and checks to see if they've changed. So if there's a
bad URL in the database, it will hit it and throw up its hands and
move to the next one. The page that had the original typo may not
have changed, so you won't see the report again (since it won't be
>Ref:'s are also getting lost for bad urls .. can anyone explain why that
As above. Since it doesn't re-parse the files, it doesn't know what
the referring page was.
-- -Geoff Hutchison Williams Students Online http://wso.williams.edu/
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