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2011/12/5 Chí-Thanh Christopher Nguyễn <email@example.com>:
> Alec Warner schrieb:
>>> Seriously, what do we gain from crawlers accessing sources.gentoo.org? I cant
>>> really remember seeing it once in a google query result...
>> We want the site searchable.
>>>> The majority of the expensive requests are related to package.mask and
>>>> use.local.desc queries by crawlers. Like crawling the entire 13000 rev
>>>> history for package.mask (or similar.)
> Would it be feasible to use mod_rewrite to direct the most expensive
> requests to a static copy, which is re-generated every
For now user-agents that look like a bot get sent to
sources2.gentoo.org (via HTTP-302, not a perm redirect) and humans are
good on sources.gentoo.org. Assuming the crawlers and indexing systems
follow the spec; hopefully all our search resutls do not get rewritten
to sources2.gentoo.org (that would surprise me greatly...wait no it
Robin added a caching layer for some segments of the application; I am
looking at cprofile dumps and discussing pain points with upstream.
> Best regards,
> Chí-Thanh Christopher Nguyễn