SharePoint 2013 Scheduled Crawls not working

I implemented the SharePoint Crawl on my dev-server. It working fine if we run the crawal manually. I added Scheduled to run the crawl after 10 minutes but its not working. It just show the next Incremental crawl. But the latest added files are not get searched on SharePoint site.
Can you please help how I can fix this issues?

Below error are showing in Crawl Log:
3 Access is denied. Verify that either the Default Content Access Account has access to this repository, or add a crawl rule to crawl this repository. If the repository being crawled is a SharePoint repository, verify that the account you are using has “Full Read” permissions on the SharePoint Web Application being crawled.

1 This item could not be crawled because the repository did not respond within the specified timeout period. Try to crawl the repository at a later time, or increase the timeout value on the Proxy and Timeout page in search administration. You might also want to crawl this repository during off-peak usage times.

1 Error in the Microsoft SharePoint Server People Protocol Handler.

1 Processing this item failed because of a IFilter parser error.

* Real * site that crawls with Scrapebox?

So I see SB has a site crawler that lets you crawl one domain at a time (one deadly slow process) at a time) or you can use the "Search Google" method to see what comes up …. but

Isn't there like an ordinary old web crawler? You give him a list of URLs, they cross out all the links, pull out the links on a domain and you're done.

Am I missing something obvious? It seems like an obvious tool that should be included. Instead, I am now looking for an alternative on the Internet.

Any ideas?
Thank you very much!!

The link extractor can be just as efficient, and even more efficient. Because what you're asking for could consume so much memory, it would routinely crash and is one of the reasons why it's not in the junk box. Where, as with the link extractor method, this is not the case.

You can also use the Link Extractor method with the Automator to automate it.

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Crawling – search crawls are not stopped – SharePoint 2016 on-premise

I would start by trying out some of the solutions that SharePoint 2013 Full Crawl never stops with.

Particularly…

Check the ULS logs for more information about the app servers c:program filescommon filesMicrosoft sharedweb server extensionsLOGS and you may find more information about this issue.


If that doesn't help, I would try clearing the cache and restarting with the following steps:

  1. Stopping the SharePoint Timer Service on all servers
  2. Navigate to %SystemDrive%ProgramDataMicrosoftSharePointConfig and enter the folder with a GUID like hyphen 42d05b3f-d221-4f69-845e-3f5bab1a4634 as a name.
  3. Delete all files in this folder EXCEPT to the cache.ini, For security reasons I would save this file as we will change it later. (Link States you can copy / paste in the same folder to a - copy File.
  4. Now delete them all .xml Sort files (by document type to make sure you don't select the option) .ini File.
  5. Open that config.ini and replace the large number with the number 1.
  6. Repeat 2-5 for each server
  7. Start the again SharePoint Timer Service on all servers.

The services begin to refill the configuration cache and are likely to have a different number from that in the original cache.ini,


As a last resort, try redeploying the search service by deleting it and creating the new service via Central Admin > Manage Service Applications,

* Real * site that crawls with Scrapebox?

So I see SB has a site crawler that you can use to crawl one domain at a time (one deadly slow process) at a time) or you can use the "Search Google" method to see what comes up …. but

Isn't there like an ordinary old web crawler? You give him a list of URLs, they crawled all the links, pulled out the links on a domain, and you're done.

Am I missing something obvious? It seems like an obvious tool that should be included. Instead, I am now looking for an alternative on the Internet.

Any ideas?
Thank you very much!!

Successfully crawls, but CANNOT get search results for SharePoint 2016

We are in the process of developing a new SharePoint 2016 on-premise solution. Everything works, except for the search, which seems to be completely broken.

However, as far as we know that all service account privileges for the search are correct, we can never get results.

The crawl is successful, all websites are accessed, but regardless of the search term, the search never finds anything.

The only thing I can think of is an indistinct problem with permissions. Even if the websites are crawled, the content is not indexed and is not available for the most basic search, or the search itself is only wired incorrectly.
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I loaded the ULS viewer and looked around and two things came out. The query seems to work, it just has no results.

"Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Query.Ims.ImsQueryInternal: Number of tables in the result: 4, Relevant results: 0 (Total: 0, Total including duplicates: 0), Results of the optimization: 0"

How can I check if there is searchable content for a crawl? In addition, I now have 2 search service applications and am not quite sure how to connect them to the different search fields.

Any advice is greatly appreciated.

Google Bot crawls my page too many times

I have an article on my blog that has been crawled too often by Google. My blog is new and I have about 100 articles in my blog with 50-80 page views (including Google Bot).

But I have 1 article that has 300 page views in just 12 hours. I'm curious, so I follow the user agent and IP address and find that my page has been crawled by Google Bot. Too often,

Page view tracking

My question is, why does Google crawl this page too often because other sites do not? Do I have to worry about it?

Thanks.

Incremental crawls planned by SharePoint 2016 will not be executed

  • SharePoint 2016 MinRole Farm with the latest patch KB4475590 (September / 2019) Security update for SharePoint Enterprise Server 2016 Core.
  • Scheduled incremental crawls will not run, even though the Manage Content Sources view updates the date and time of the next incremental crawl in Central Administration, but nothing happens.
  • If I trigger an incremental crawl manually, it works fine.
  • No errors are logged in ULS logs or Event Viewer.
  • The indexing of the Schedule Manager timer job on the search server does not run, so even if I click Run Now, it does not seem to work.
  • In Central Administration> Server in Farm, on the server with the role application with Search Compatible: No (Fix), I clicked on the "Fix" link. After a while, the status "Compatible" does not change to "Yes".

Things I've tried to fix the problem without success:

  • Stop the search services on the server and the timer service, clear the configuration cache, and restart all services.

  • Reset the index, then perform a full manual crawl manually and set up the scheduled incremental crawl, which will not be performed.

  • has created a new content source and set up the incremental crawls to see if they are running in this new content source or not.

Do you have an idea or suggestion on how to fix the problem?

google – Can I turn off my site at certain times to save money and plan when Googlebot crawls to maintain SEO?

No, you can not choose when Google (or another major search engine) crawls in the way you want.

Most websites have downtime, and if you enter the appropriate 503 HTTP code, search engine bots will be notified that they will return later. However, if this happens too long or too often, search engines generally assume that the website is permanently unavailable or at least too unreliable to achieve a good ranking.

There would also be indirect negative effects on SEO. For example, because the site is only available intermittently, it probably appears unreliable and attracts fewer links.

You can configure crawling rating for some search engines (Google is one of them), but that's not quite the same. Bing lets you set a preferred time for crawling, but that's not exactly what you're looking for.

GoogleBot crawls thousands of non-existent URLs like 2487763877595434670.htm

in our serverlogs there are daily thousands of requests (50-100k) from googlebot to urls like /2487763877595434670.htm (seeing as i always see 19 random digits with .htm at the end)

First, the bot requests http: // url, which is redirected to https: // version, then we block the request with a 404.

Can anyone tell me how I can figure out why Googlebot crawls these never-existing URLs?
And of course, how to prevent the bot from wasting its crawling budget on these useless URLs?

I have searched for such requests on different domains and get these requests only on our oldest domains (older than 20 years).