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A more intelligent cache?

That no longer works?

     
7:13 pm on Mar 29, 2005 (gmt 0)

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I'm increasingly getting this error message

"Sorry, no content found for this URL"

when trying to see the Google cache that looks so inviting in the SERPS.

And it's not always as if the REAL page has gone since it was cached, as a friend of mine has just mailed to point out with an example...

I hit this error message 7 times today, and "Sorry" isn't what I expect when there's a SERPS snippet that I can't see in their cache!

Anyone else feel ostracised?
DerekH

9:24 am on Mar 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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I am getting more of these errors at least:

502 Server Error

Server Error
The server encountered a temporary error and could not complete your request.
Please try again in 30 seconds.

10:00 am on Mar 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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"Sorry, no content found for this URL"

when trying to see the Google cache that looks so inviting in the SERPS.

Yes, I've noticed for a while now (two weeks at least) that some datacentres are showing the cache link in the SERPS when there is no publically available cache.

I've seen it for pages that have noarchive set in the meta tags. Is this what you're seeing?

11:28 am on Mar 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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I've seen lots more 502 Server Errors from Google lately, I've also had weird issues with the cache, so maybe they are working on something.

See my other thread, lately I have had Google crawl a page three times but only show the cache from the first time - despite the page changing in between each crawl. Today my pages are showing up with the latest page in the serps but the oldest crawl in the cache.

12:32 pm on Mar 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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mrMister wrote
I've seen it for pages that have noarchive set in the meta tags. Is this what you're seeing?

No, these were for pages that were quite standard, had had caches and haven't, to my knowledge been changed.
In one case, the cache is working again today and the page hasn't been changed.

The few pages with noarchive on my site, for example, are behaving exactly the way I'd expect.

In a slightly paraphrased message in the style of Google,
Sorry, there are no answers at this message <grin>

DerekH

2:55 pm on Mar 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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One of my site which I was forced to kill becuz of some legal reasons in last year August has reappeared on SERP

In last august I simply changed its DNS to fake one so that no robot can even find it ever.

10:22 pm on Mar 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Use the Google urlcontroller to remove the pages from the index. You have to register first.

It takes about 24 hours for the pages to disappear from the index after you fill in the form.

 

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