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Old 08-28-2007, 01:53 AM   #1
Green Mole
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Spidering problem


I have set PhpDig up on one of our servers and it works fine when I spider any site no residing on this server. When I try to spider any site that sites on the same server as PhpDig then all it returns is the following:

Spidering in progress... [Stop spider]
Optimizing tables...
Indexing complete !
[Back] to admin interface.

The server has the following and is pretty much identical to one of our other servers and I can spider sites on this.

Fedora Core 6
Kernel v2.6.16.33
PHP 5.1.6
MySQL 5.0.27

The site I am trying to spider is:

Has anyone come acroos a similar problems before or know if the best way to debug this? There is nothing in the log files on this server so I'm struggling to find the problem.

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Old 08-28-2007, 05:06 AM   #2
Green Mole
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I have been investigating this problem all morning and found that when the phpdigTestUrl function tries to open the socket connection:

line 337: $fp = @fsockopen($host,$port);

This returns false so the status is set to NOHOST. When I tested the socket connection locally for the same domain it worked fine so the problem seems to be when trying the initiate a socket connection for the same domain PhpDig is on. Has anyone else come across this problem and found a solution?

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