Funny thing is it generates some kind of index cause I get some hits
3 (17 meg) using UNC vs 309 (50 meg) using mapped drive
From: Bill Moseley [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 10:13 AM
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: [SWISH-E] Re: Swishe winNT and UNC name???
At 07:45 AM 02/06/02 -0800, Merritt, Robert wrote:
>when I do the same thing on an index generate with
>IndexDir "x:\" #where x is attached to \\brutus\is$
>i get 309 hits and the index is 3 times as big
>for UNC do you need to use spider.pl like a web site or
>just treat it like FS
Spidering follows links, where fs just follows the directory structure. I
think you want FS, unless you are indexing a web site and you just want to
index things that can be followed by hyperlinks.
I thought we found that swish could not index UNC paths. Mapping it to a
drive letter is a good solution, I'd think.
Received on Wed Feb 6 19:30:48 2002