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Tor( Seeds can be found on De:YaCy-Tor

Not Working

Seeds which are not fresh/available at the moment.  ==> redirects a user to a website ==> 404 ==> 404 ==> Server not found ==> 404 ==> Server not found ==> Could not connect ==> exists, but outdated (Jan, 4th 2010 as of Jan, 27th) ==> exist, but really outdated (e-mail from Webmaster) ==> exist, but really outdated (e-mail from Webmaster) ==> exist, but really outdated, seed.txt Date:30-Juni-2008


Some search engines list the seed files regardless of an exclusion in robots.txt. To force them not to index the list you can redirect any other client than YaCy on access to the seedfile. To do this, you need mod_rewrite on Apache and the following entries in your .htaccess file:

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} !^yacy.*$ [NC]
RewriteRule seed.txt [R]

Please keep in mind that now nobody except YaCy itself can download the seedfile.

How to get a fresh list of seedfiles (in Linux)

You can parse the Network.html?page=1 page on your (or another) peer to get a really fresh list of seedfiles. (i.E. in scripts ..)

lynx --source "http://<peer>:<port>/Network.html?page=1"|grep "Type: Principal"|cut -d '"' -f 4

i.E. build a simple seedfiles link checker:

lynx --source "http://<peer>:<port>/Network.html?page=1"|grep "Type: Principal"|cut -d '"' -f 4|while read link ; do
   lynx --dump "$link" &> /dev/null && echo "[OK] $link" || echo "[ERROR] $link"