I'll mull over the documentation (again) just in case - always a good
idea. Who knows? Maybe there's a nugget in there for me.
As for your second point, I'm not any kind of company - just a guy with
a fairly large personal web site who (as a hobby) hosts some email lists
and web sites for a car club and a food club. Since the root of
"carclub.com" ("/CARS") is contained within the "mysite.com" tree, I
would expect that it would be indexed on the same pass. It would be
interesting to understand just how swish-e traverses the website tree -
in looking at the log file, it appears to be jumping around and not
following the directory structure as I would expect. Kinda makes me go
Thanks for your input . . .
Bill Moseley wrote:
>On Fri, Apr 08, 2005 at 06:07:35PM -0700, fh oregon wrote:
>>Yes , I've tried that - same results.
>There's some documentation that comes with the spider. It's also
>online at http://swish-e.org. Try reading the docs once again and
>then look at the debugging options. My guess is that will be more
>productive than having us guess.
>Of course, Peter probably already gave you the correct answer. If
>you tell the spider to index "mysite.com" (you are an email hosting
>company??) they why would you expect it to index anything besides
Confused Linux Admin
Received on Sat Apr 9 07:30:33 2005