From: Searcher (no email)
Date: Tue Oct 08 2002 - 23:37:45 EDT
>Is there logging still occuring in aspseek/logs.txt (what does 'tail
>-f logs.txt' show when observed for a few minutes)? Are you sure you haven't
>run out of disk space on the filesystem that you are logging to?
Nothing it at least 10 minutes now. I've also noticed that the space usage has
also stopped now. The shell that started the process is sitting there with the
last URL showing. It's been showing it for several hours now. I didn't want to
stop it because drive space was still being used.
Is there some way that I can safely end it now? Control -C maybe then 'index -D'
then restart the indexing again? This was an initial indexing. I'm hoping and
assuming that by building the 'delta's' that restarting the process will have
aspseek go through the entire list again but will quickly run through knowing
that most of the pages are still up to date? Or, is it going to start all over
again from scratch now?
>generate these http://aspseek.unixatwork.com/snapshot/
Nice, is that MRTG? I used MRTG for router and other SNMP stats but have no idea
how to use it for this type of readout.