Re: AW: [htdig] exclude_urls vs. url_part_aliases


Subject: Re: AW: [htdig] exclude_urls vs. url_part_aliases
From: SMantscheff (SMantscheff@9monate.de)
Date: Wed Jan 17 2001 - 22:24:00 PST


I rebuilt the whole database, so corruption shouldn't be the cause of the
problem. The problem is still reproducible. The workaround for
the time is grabbing the search result with the original URLs and
replacing them in a PHP script.
s.m.

Ihre Nachricht vom Wednesday 17 January 2001 16:15:
> Corruption would be my first guess too. If it's not that, there could be
> something funky happening because of the URL rewriting. I've seen this
> happen when you merge two databases together with incompatible settings
> of url_part_aliases, but not strictly in htsearch. Is htsearch's config
> file the only one where you set url_part_aliases? Does the problem go
> away if you take that definition out?
>
> According to Reich, Stefan:
> > Looks like a Database corruption. Before trying something else, you
> > should reindex your database with -i option or delete the database files
> > before reindexing.
> >
> > Cheers
> >
> > Stefan
> >
> > -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> > Von: SMantscheff [mailto:SMantscheff@9monate.de]
> > Gesendet: Dienstag, 16. Januar 2001 08:49
> > An: htdig@htdig.org
> > Betreff: [htdig] exclude_urls vs. url_part_aliases
> >
> >
> > I exclude URLs like
> > exclude_urls: our.server.de/F1 \
> > our.server.de/F2 \
> > our.server.de/F3 \
> > our.server.de/F4 \
> > our.server.de/F5
> >
> > Instead, I index a database with URLs like
> > db.server/db/F1 \
> > db.server/db/F2 \
> > db.server/db/F3 \
> > db.server/db/F4 \
> > db.server/db/F5
> >
> > Then I rewrite URLs with
> > url_part_aliases our.server.de/F db.server/db/F
> >
> > This works. But the results from the DB URLs are not displayed.
> > By the number of pages I know that all matching documents from the
> > database are found. But no document excerpts are shown. Is this a bug, a
> > feature, or am I missing something?
> >
> > s.m.

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