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It is clearly old data including old DMOZ entries that don't exist any more.
There is a LOT of new data in here as well though .. strange about the DMOZ entries, perhaps they are just testing the new algo on a cross-section of available data in that center? Funny that people would see the results on www.google.com though!
widget and widget.shtml
It was two deepcrawls ago that it happened and I though the googlebot noticed it in the last update and only listed each file once!
Oh well, geting double the hits for one month sure won't hurt! :) :) :)
I always check the datacenters - not this www2 & 3 stuff.
There is something different for the sj datacenter, but apparently this was the case before.
I have never noticed this not being the update before - and have watched it go from one datacenter to another in previous updates. Now that I have better things to do with my time - so I haven't been tracking this one.
Anyway to sum up:
1) I see a different number on SJ - and it appears to be a different index
2) I have never seen this before (in like 15 updates or more that I have watched) WITHOUT it being an update
3) Googleguy knows more than me
So I will go with number 3 and withdraw my agreement
He just said "Ugh. It's too early to start all this again"
He needed to be more precise and say: "The update hasn't started yet".
He may have just woken up and was voicing misgivings about having to read another thread so soon about the update.
Does "this" mean a discussion, or does "this" mean the actual update?