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Subject: Re: Slow .html indexing
Author: Paul
Date: 09/07/2009 13:18
> > -qwC2%Pns0u1%s%uN0%I0p3DaK0H0%kf2A999999%f#f -F
> > "Mozilla/4.78 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U)" -%F ""
> -%l
> > "en, en, *" <> -O1
> > "E:mirror" -%N0 -s0 -%! +*.png +*.gif +*.jpg
> > +*.css +*.js* -*.onestat.*
> > -%N0 -s0 -%! +*.png
> the -s0 is redundant (it's in the first flag
> section) and is controlled by the GUI options ->
> spider -> force. Most likely you don't want that.
> the -%! is bogus.

Isn't the the -%! flag the same as --disable-security-limits? I added it
because I thought maybe there was some unknown internal limits that was
forcing the html connection to one only.

In any case, removing the -s0 and -%! didn't change the behaviour. httrack is
still using only one connection for parsing html and only adds a second for
downloading any thumbnails within the folder.

For some reason, although it downloads the html files that are linked from the
thumbnails/titles, it's not downloading actual content, i.e. full sized
pictures or zipped documents.

Could it be the internal depth setting? I've left the internal depth to
default so isn't it supposed to be infinite?
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