since April 9, i am receiving a steadily increasing number of Crawl Anomaly Errors. The number of crawl anomaly pages is currently over 22000.
- Each page in the error list can be reached by live url testing from the search console and by curl or webbrowser.
- The live test rendering is also successful.
- Server logs don’t even have records of Google visiting the crawl anomaly pages.
- The load time of most of the crawl anomaly flagged pages is <1.5s till initial paint and <2.5s till final paint ( tested by several sites)
- Server logs show no signs of downtime or server side errors in this time period
- Other pages are visited by Google, but the number of indexed pages is not increasing
- Some of the flagged pages were crawled normally by Yandex and Bing
- i have tried clicking on check for fix of the errors, but the check has failed multiple times
- When i do the live test on a single crawl anomaly url, they become marked as crawled, but not indexed
- Pages have some Rich Data warnings, but no errors
- There are a couple of soft 404 errors, about 122
- the number of indexed pages is steadily declining
- switched server from HTTP 2 to HTTP 1.1, no change
Here is the link to the site: https://www.partbeaver.com
Here are some crawl anomaly urls
Thank you very much
My scenario :
I have a SharePoint 2019 server that contain some documents with different file extension (ppt,doc,docx,xls,xlsx,pdf etc). I have manually forced indexing and crawling to make sure my search result are correct.
I was able to query SharePoint using the search API and what i got back was the file path of files containing the queried word and i can get the Hit-highlighted summary that is only a maximum of 10000 character.
What i have done is read that file and extract the paragraph where that queried word is found. I have been able to do it using file stream for docx,pdf,and txt file types.There 50 more file extension that i need to cater for.
My question : Is there another way to query the content of the search result returned by the search API instead of opening the individual file returned and reading the content?.
Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ClientResult<System.IO.Stream> stream = null; KeywordQuery keywordQuery = new KeywordQuery(clientContext); keywordQuery.QueryText = "SharePoint"; keywordQuery.EnablePhonetic = true; keywordQuery.EnableOrderingHitHighlightedProperty = true; //keywordQuery.SummaryLength = 500; SearchExecutor searchExecutor = new SearchExecutor(clientContext); ClientResult<ResultTableCollection> results = searchExecutor.ExecuteQuery(keywordQuery); clientContext.ExecuteQuery();
I know there are limitations with SP online regarding finding out last crawl time etc.. but this is a pain:( I have re-index libraries,list and sites but no idea when is the schedule time or even show me when it was last crawled etc..
Is there a way to get this info please or even via rest api? Thanks in Advance
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