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Old 01-12-2005, 05:34 AM   #1
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Question How To call spider from command line with debth options?

Just as the title says.

I know I can specify the debth options when I dig a page from the admin section, but how do I specify the debth options when adding a domain from the command line.

Basically I ran spider from the command line php-f spider.php and it did a pretty darn good job of indexing. I need to get to a page that I know is linked everywhere on my site, but it wasn't indexed. ( from what I could tell ).

Is there a way to index the whole shabang? I'm I doing something wrong ?
Oh, and this has to be done from the command line as my site has 1000's of pages.

Thanks in advance, and good job with php Dig
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Old 01-12-2005, 01:03 PM   #2
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Set the default options you want to use in the config file.
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