Re: [htdig] Local files indexed using HTTP if index.html is missing


Subject: Re: [htdig] Local files indexed using HTTP if index.html is missing
From: Ravindra Wankar (rwankar@iname.com)
Date: Fri Jun 09 2000 - 18:02:13 PDT


Ravindra Wankar wrote:

> I don't have an "index.html" file in any directory and hence HTDig uses
> HTTP while digging.
>
> (This is reported by htdig -vvv)
>
> How can I force it to _NOT_ use HTTP? Why, if at all is the
> "index.html" file necessary?

Never mind, I was mis-reading the output.

For every "directory" encountered, a local lookup for
"<directory>/index.html" is done.
If that fails, then a HTTP lookup is done.

FIles however are _successfully_ retrieved via the local filesystem.

-- Ravi.

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