I'm running Apache Tomcat on NT 4.0 service pack 6.
Bill Moseley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
04/26/01 11:35 AM
To: Kevin.Fay@CommerceQuest.com, Multiple recipients of list
Subject: Re: [SWISH-E] Re: no files being indexed using http,,,,,
At 08:12 AM 4/26/2001 -0700, Kevin.Fay@CommerceQuest.com wrote:
Swish-e command being run:
swish-e -S http -c ../src/user.config
And what's the output?
BTW. Jakarta Tomcat doesn't come with perl. It's a 100% pure JSP/Servlet
engine. It's only for development uses.
If you running Apache Tomcat I'm assuming you are running on unix. And I
was saying it's hard to imagine a unix machine without perl. But I
understand specialized machines (web severs, mail servers, dns, dbms)
that don't have all the utilities commonly found on a unix box. Which is
why I was suggesting that if you are running a specialized web server
without perl, then you can use another unix machine with perl on the same
network to spider your web server.
You will need more than just perl to run the spider. You will need LWP
and probably some other support modules. So it may be easier to use a
different machine to do the spidering than spend the time installing
<bold>Bill Moseley <<email@example.com></bold>
Sent by: firstname.lastname@example.org
04/26/01 10:54 AM
Please respond to moseley
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: [SWISH-E] Re: no files being indexed using
At 07:45 AM 4/26/2001 -0700, Kevin.Fay@CommerceQuest.com wrote:
I would think the indexer would be more "error friendly" in diagnosing
this issue. I'll get perl on my web server and see what happens.
Well, it would help us if you posted exactly what swish command you are
running and its output.
The new spider.pl in 2.1-dev has lots of debugging options, but that
wouldn't help in this case.
Hard to imagine a web server without perl.
If you are running a web server without perl installed then is it a
dedicated web server? If you have another machine with perl installed
the same network as your web server then you can run the swish indexing
from that machine, of course, and avoid installing perl.
Received on Thu Apr 26 16:22:24 2001