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Re: IP Address Caching of Slurp@inktomi
From Dan at PerfumeMart.Com on 18 July '99
replying to Re: IP Address Caching of Slurp@inktomi posted by Jim

Resubmitting over 2,500 urls is out of the question. These urls
ended up in the inktomi database by spiders alone anyway. I did
not submit all the urls. I just do not want to wait for the whole process
to start all over again. It took a long time for these pages to get where
they are and the last thing I need is for them to be dropped.

I'm waiting for an official response from inktomi, and I'll let you
know if I hear anything

>It's interesting that a program dedicated to keeping things up to date
>is the LAST one to conform :)
>>Does anyone know if Slurp will ever update its cache or do I need to
>>deactivate the old IP and Webserver to force Inktomi to update?
>>I'm concerned that if I deactivate the ip, the spider will just drop
>>the url instead of updating the DNS/IP entry.
>If I were you, I would deactivate the old IP then resubmit all the
>URLs, which will hopefully force it to take a fresh look in any case.

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