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Help with Expired Domain Finder Plugin - Keeps closing
#11
(05-23-2018, 11:47 PM)loopline Wrote: Ill do some testing.
Thanks loopline- I am in contact with support and they have been good with gettign back to me - they have also released a couple of updates but I am still getting problems - I believe the issue is with proxies not being loaded or working - The crawler error file makes me believe this - The last update that support made was related to proxies - they made notes that it seems that the proxy file was not always being loaded so they made some changes - I let it run for 7 hours and sent them the reports back - hopefully they can find the cause and fix it

thanks
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#12
Is it working now? There was an issue but they sorted it and it works for me now.
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#13
(05-27-2018, 11:44 PM)loopline Wrote: Is it working now?  There was an issue but they sorted it and it works for me now.

NO - It works for a little while but then just kind of freezes - I sent screenshots to support and the crawlererror file -

Support has got back to me with an update - I updated and tested but still no real luck.

Support said that it could be due to my proxies and they suggest using private proxies - I did reply back to them making notes that all 100 of my proxies are private and ive actually used them in the other domain scraper tool with no issues -

The crawler error file seems to make me feel that requests are still not being made behind my proxies (I can scrape the exact same sites in the other tool using same proxies)

please note with the other tool I am workign with about 50 threads - with scrapeboxI will work with only a few and still get errors  (I dont use both tools at the same time)
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#14
So here is a test, did you try just setting up an instance of scrapebox with the expired domain finder and settting it to 1 or 2 threads and no proxies? I mean you might then get some solid work done while your waiting. You might be surprised how fast it goes with only a couple threads, because you don't have the overhead of proxies.
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(05-28-2018, 09:55 PM)loopline Wrote: So here is a test, did you try just setting up an instance of scrapebox with the expired domain finder and settting it to 1 or 2 threads and no proxies?  I mean you might then get some solid work done while your waiting.  You might be surprised how fast it goes with only a couple threads, because you don't have the overhead of proxies.

thanks loopline- I tested it and its too slow for me - Im still waiting for scrapebox to get this fixed - in the meantime im using a different tool to hunt for domains as i am able to use many more threads and it works as good as scrapebox works for harvesting data from the search engines but for gettign me domains
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