Someone called Guest, Ken said on Wed, Jun 28, 2000 at 10:27:18AM +0100:
> Just wondering if anyone has some advice on searchengines.
> Methinks it's about time the search.cgi that www.linux.ie uses
> for /search.html is way to slow and that it's time to
> move on to something that relies on an updated index file /db
> I think the replacement should be one that works more
> like a 'web-bot' for following links rather than looking at all
> files with exceptions to the files that it shouldn't look at
> (the directories contain template and prototype .html files).
>> Does anybody have recommendations about this sort of thing?
>Redbrick uses Ht://Dig for its search engine, which does similar things to
what you're asking. Never had any problems with it.
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