Here’s a small shell script for doing the recrawl process in nutch. You might have to change certain lines because I did some customizations, but it should work for you too
Hello out there!
Today I’m gonna show you how to tell nutch to display your page’s meta description in the search results.
In order to do so, we need to write a plugin that extends 2 different extension points. Additionally the OpenSearchServlet needs to be extended in a way that your description info gets shown. (I perform searches via the OpenSearchServlet, extending the default search.jsp should be similarly to that I guess).
At first the HTMLParser needs to be extended to get the description content out of the meta tags. Then we need to extend the IndexingFilter to add a description field to the index. Weiterlesen
Nutch by default indexes the entire HTML document, this means that basically every single word of a page is taken to the index of it. When you have common boxes on your web site, e.g. a sidebar or a footer (applies to almost all web sites nowadays), nutch takes the terms of those common boxes into the index of all crawled pages.
Searching for a term contained in one of those common boxes leads to loads of results, since this term is associated with all pages nutch has crawled so far.
Now I thought an ideal solution would be telling nutch to ignore specific sections. A good and common practice doing this kind of stuff is creating HTML comment tags, let’s say <!–nutch_noindex–> … content not to be indexed … <!–/nutch_noindex–> – these comments could then be wrapped around our sidebar or footer, preventing our nutchie from indexing it.
If this is what you are looking for, read on. Weiterlesen