The General crawl settings

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Describes the settings related to crawling.

How to set up

How to display

In Administrator account click crawl General menu after login.


Setting item

Search log

When the user enters a search, the search the output log. If you want to get search statistics to enable.

User log

Save the information you find. Identifying the users becomes possible.

Favorite log

You can collect the search result was judged good by the user. Search result voting link appears to result in list screen, so that link press made the record. You can also reflect the results collected during the crawl index.

Add search parameters

Search results link attaches to the search term. To display the find search terms in PDF becomes possible.

XML response

Search results can be retrieved in XML format. http://localhost:8080/ Fess /XML? can get access query = search term.

JSON response

Search results available in JSON format. http://localhost:8080/ Fess /JSON? can get access query = search term.

The default label value

You can specify the label to see if the label by default,. Specifies the value of the label.

Search support

You can specify whether or not to display a search screen. If not available not available search screen. And if you want to create a dedicated index server and select not available.

Specify the number of days before search log delete

Delete a search log for the specified number of days ago. One day in the one log purge old log is deleted.

Specify the number of days before job log delete

Delete the job days before the specified date. One day in the one log purge old log is deleted.

Specify the number of days before user information removed

Delete the user information for the specified number of days ago. One day in the one log purge old log is deleted.

Log deletion Bots name

Specifies the Bots name Bots you want to remove from the search log logs included in the user agent by commas (,). Log is deleted by log purge once a day.

Notification address

Specifies the email address to send information about crawl upon completion crawl.

CSV encoding

Specifies the encoding for the CSV will be available in the backup and restore.

Incremental crawling

Crawl as been updated to enable incremental crawl compared lastModified field value and the target document’s modification date (if the HTTP’s timestamp if LAST_MODIFIED values, file).

ACL by using roles

File additional group access rights information added to the role.

Server switchovers

Fess can combine multiple Solr server as a group, the group can manage multiple. Solr server group for updates and search for different groups to use. For example, if you had two groups using the Group 2 for update, search for use of Group 1. After the crawl has been completed if switching server updates for Group 1, switches to group 2 for the search. It is only valid if you have registered multiple Solr server group.

Number of concurrent crawls settings

Fess document crawling is done on Web crawling, and file system CROLL. You can crawl to a set number of values in each crawl specified here only to run simultaneously multiple. For example, crawl setting number of concurrent as 3 Web crawling set 1-set 10 if the crawling runs until the set 3 3 set 1-. Complete crawl of any of them, and will start the crawl settings 4. Similarly, setting 10 to complete one each in we will start one.

But you can specify the number of threads in the crawl settings simultaneously run crawl setting number is not indicates the number of threads to start. For example, if 3 in the number of concurrent crawls settings, number of threads for each crawl settings and 5 3 x 5 = 15 thread count up and crawling.

Expiration date of the index

You can automatically delete data after the data has been indexed. If you select the 5, with the expiration of index register at least 5 days before and had no update is removed. If you omit data content has been removed, can be used.

Disability types to exclude

Registered disabled URL URL exceeds the failure count next time you crawl to crawl out. Does not need to monitor the fault type is being crawled next time by specifying this value.

Failure count

Disaster URL exceeds the number of failures will crawl out.