Google has more than 500k cached indexes of my ex website. How can I remove them?

My client’s ex website was full of copy-pasted news and the websites reputation was 0. Also he wanted to get rid of WordPress, so we re-developed his website and did not use old data.

But Google’s cache is full of old page indexes, more than 500k. More, new websites slugs are different that the old ones, so all the cached indexes redirects to 404 page.

I need to remove them but search console does not provide an option to handle this much indexes. What can I do?

How can I force SPFX webpart to not show cached data in SharePoint online

I have created a SPFx webpart which reads parameters from page URL query strings and renders data accordingly.

After the page is loaded and I press back button and again access the page with different parameters, data from old parameters is again rendered. When I refresh the page, the webpart renders correctly based on parameters in URL.

How can I force the webpart to correctly render in the first time without forcing users to exlicitly refresh the page?

Sharepoint 2013 ,Forced due to logging gap, cached Error when trying to open page on other language

i have a page it was working on english version and arabic also, last week we got some problem in the server so we restore it to 1 week before and the english page works fine but when try to open arabic version i got this error

[Forced due to logging gap, cached @ 12/07/2019 09:39:25.00, Original Level: Verbose] SQL connection time: 0.1406009 

Category : Database , EventID: ahjqp.

[Forced due to logging gap, Original Level: Verbose]GetUriScheme[/ar/Pages/Home.aspx]  

Category : General, EventID: g3ql.

i read some answers but i don’t know if it’s the same problem

Could it be possible for a site to be indexed and cached but not show up in google search result?

My site is cached and indexed by Google.I have couple of thousands visitors per day. I have done every SEO check online but one problem persists. Despite abiding by Google webmasters’ guide, my site does not show up in google search results. Indeed, when I do inspect some urls they do come up on the first page, after two or three days everything is gone like never existed on google ever! I have tested everything that might caused the problem (e.g. no spammy or paid backlinks, etc.) but the problem gets worse day in and day out. My alexa rank has dropped drastically (one thousand) in a week. Any suggestions or recommendations are appreciated.

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Browser caches the rewrited url. How to stop it from being cached?

I’m using nginx to rewrite a url

location /ReeferUI/Reports/ {        rewrite ^ /ReeferUI/index.html break;        proxy_pass  http://localhost:8083/ReeferUI;        proxy_set_header Host $  host;       } 

It is working fine but it is caching the index.html which I don’t want.

How can I prevent browser from caching redirection url?

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Data Recovery from an Intel Rapid Storage Cached Volume

On my machine there was an 1TB SSD configured as an Intel SRT array member hosting OS volume (868GB) and a cache volume (64GB). The cache volume was accelerating a secondary HDD GPT-Partitioned NTFS-formatted.

After a sudden BSOD the secondary HDD become inaccessible (RAW, no partitions at all). I was able to recover some partitioning structure with Partition Recovery, but many files are lost, apparently the most recently used.

So I suspect a problem with the cache volume and/or caching.

I now disabled the cache on the secondary to prevent any overwriting, but the SSD still has an unused cache volume.

My idea was to delete the cache volume and recreate a regular volume on that 64GB space, and try a deep scan of that volume with software like Active File Recovery or Recuva.

Any better approach?

The problem is I’m unable to “reset as available” the cache volume. The UI of ISRT has a button for this but pressing has no effect.

Any help appreciated