Subject: Re: [htdig] Htdig unable to read link
From: Geoff Hutchison (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 05 2000 - 19:58:39 PDT
At 9:30 PM -0500 5/5/00, Chad Phillips wrote:
>My companies web site has some dynamic content that is made by java
>servlets. I can't seem to get htdig to index the links. It reads
>the url fine, but says that it is a broken link.
Ok, so from your message, I can tell that you're using some flavor of
3.2.0 beta. It would be useful to know what version you're using,
what your config file looks like and so on.
Also, I assume you read the upgrade guide mentioned in the release notes?
>Htdig used to index them fine, but we made some changes to the
>server and java code and now htdig can't read them. Does anyone
>have an idea on what is wrong with htdig? or what the servlets may
>be doing wrong.
It's really hard to tell from your description what's going on. The
URL you posted looks OK, but the referer looks a little weird. Still,
why do you think it's a problem with ht://Dig? You say you made
changes to the servlet code--are your old URLs still valid? If you're
running an update of your databases, then you must remember that it
will go through and check the old URLs.
>=list&category=press Ref: http://:0
One other thing is worth mentioning--in 3.2.0 (and to a limited
degree in 3.1.5), it will stop indexing servers that it cannot reach.
So if your server causes a timeout and the indexer cannot get through
on a retry, it will mark the server as dead. This can be set in
3.2.0b2 and later through things like tcp_max_retries and
tcp_wait_time as mentioned in the release notes and documentation.
-- -Geoff Hutchison Williams Students Online http://wso.williams.edu/
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