On Mon, 14 Apr 2003, Jody Cleveland wrote:
> $ ./spider.pl | /var/www/cgi-bin/search/src/swish-e -S prog -i stdin -f
> /var/www/cgi-bin/search/oshkosh.index -c
> Well, I don't get any errors, but it seems to ignore what's in that config
> file. Am I doing this the right way?
Looks fine. If you enter junk into oshkosh.config do you get an error?
You can also set IndexDir ./spider.pl and IndexFile in your config file
and just type:
swish-e -c oshkosh.config -S prog
If you want shorter command lines.
You can also do this to save time while testing:
./spider.pl > swish.input
Then look at swish.input to see that it makes sense. Then
swish-e -S prog -c test.conf -i stdin < swish.input
Or if you like the "useless use of cat" type of thing:
cat swish.input | swish-e -c test.conf -i stdin
Then use -T indexed_words or other -T options to see what's happening (or
not) while indexing.
Bill Moseley email@example.com
Received on Mon Apr 14 20:26:48 2003