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Now in my site the yahoo slurp always want to spider some no-exist pages.
Yahoo don't follow the links but directly go to "eat" some pages but acturally doesn't exist.
I am wondering how did yahoo slurp go to sone never existed sub directory to "eat" pages?
I just installed few weeks ago an error trap.
I can confirm, so many never existed page/files requested.
Even not fit in the exisiting structure and or file naming. Looks like some random or just mixed the sites/files.
Sometimes G. also request one never existed page, but that is not changing.
Anyone interested to solve this problem @ yahoo?
These are never exist>
So all of them files.
I have a not-for-profit site that's been on the same server for more than two years now. For the past 6 months, I have had access to the log files for my domain.
Among other problems, Yahoo!'s SLURP is doing just as the previous posters have mentioned: making nonsense requests, but each one has one small piece of info in it that DOES relate to my site.
I HAVE e-mailed Yahoo! about it (KMM75141283V67679.... is their auto-response #, less the last four digits for my privacy) but no reply from them for two weeks now.
I don't really see that the requests are causing a problem, but,... what do I know about the subtlities of web-savvy tech-nerds?
My impression of SLURP is that it is slightly unstable but not worth blocking from the site,... yet.