At 06:12 AM 1/29/2002 -0800, Rich Thomas wrote:
>Warning: Substituted possible embedded null character(s) in file
Just what it says. You are indexing the same directory where you are
creating the index, and it is trying to index a binary file (the index that
you are currently building). Swish can parse HTML, XML, and text. It
can't parse binary data.
>Why would the first line of output from the -T switch say Indexing Data
You forgot to say -S http. (really you forgot to say -S prog, but I won't
go into that now ;).
I don't think I'm really following what problem you are having.
./swish-e -T index_files won't start indexing unless you also use -c.
Use -S prog? It's just so much easier to debug spidering with -S prog, I
Received on Tue Jan 29 15:10:54 2002