Low urls per second harvesting Scrapebox..
2014-08-01, 02:28 AM,
#1
Getting 9-10-11 urls per second with Scrapebox, i'm using 25 shared proxies. Wtf is going on?

Any advice to improve this s**t?

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2014-08-01, 03:54 AM,
#2
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2014-08-01, 03:57 AM,
#3
Your proxies are probably banned, had this too
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2014-08-01, 04:16 AM,
#4
(2014-08-01, 03:57 AM)Bravirem Wrote: Your proxies are probably banned, had this too

No. they all passed google test. Also if i don't use proxies i get around 80 urls per second. And i already changed with fresh proxies,

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2014-08-01, 08:37 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-08-01, 08:52 AM by mihaiandrei.)
#5
Maybe they are slow since they are shared, maybe you have a slow machine or sometimes you can get them banned after a few hundred links or so even if you test them before you start scraping, try to use the single threaded harvester for an half of hour or so, it will show you there if any of the proxies gets blocked. If you are using advanced search operators they will get blocked faster and they may work slower.
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2014-08-01, 10:38 AM,
#6
(2014-08-01, 08:37 AM)mihaiandrei Wrote: If you are using advanced search operators they will get blocked faster and they may work slower.

That's is true.

I suggest you use public proxies for scraping. If you don't want to continuously scrape and test proxies, subscribe to a good public proxy list service.

Also, in general, I think it is better to have fewer private proxies than more shared proxies.

The problem with shared proxies is that you never know what other users are doing with the proxies.
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2014-08-01, 10:42 AM,
#7
(2014-08-01, 08:37 AM)mihaiandrei Wrote: Maybe they are slow since they are shared, maybe you have a slow machine or sometimes you can get them banned after a few hundred links or so even if you test them before you start scraping, try to use the single threaded harvester for an half of hour or so, it will show you there if any of the proxies gets blocked. If you are using advanced search operators they will get blocked faster and they may work slower.

(2014-08-01, 10:38 AM)winner4u Wrote:
(2014-08-01, 08:37 AM)mihaiandrei Wrote: If you are using advanced search operators they will get blocked faster and they may work slower.

That's is true.

I suggest you use public proxies for scraping. If you don't want to continuously scrape and test proxies, subscribe to a good public proxy list service.

Also, in general, I think it is better to have fewer private proxies than more shared proxies.

The problem with shared proxies is that you never know what other users are doing with the proxies.

Would you explain me what "Advance search operators" refers to?

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2014-08-01, 10:59 AM,
#8
(2014-08-01, 10:42 AM)Pachu Wrote: Would you explain me what "Advance search operators" refers to?

Using operators like "inurl:" "allintitle:" etc

http://www.google.com/advanced_search
http://bynd.com/blog/google-advanced-sea...tors-list/
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2014-08-01, 11:32 AM,
#9
(2014-08-01, 10:59 AM)winner4u Wrote: Using operators like "inurl:" "allintitle:" etc

/advanced_search
/blog/google-advanced-search-operators-list/

Well i haven't touched any kind of settings like that. Maybe they are enabled as default?

Where can i check about it, to disable them in case they are enabled

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2014-08-01, 12:06 PM,
#10
(2014-08-01, 11:32 AM)Pachu Wrote:
(2014-08-01, 10:59 AM)winner4u Wrote: Using operators like "inurl:" "allintitle:" etc

/advanced_search
/blog/google-advanced-search-operators-list/

Well i haven't touched any kind of settings like that. Maybe they are enabled as default?

Where can i check about it, to disable them in case they are enabled

These are used as keywords. You need not change any settings.

e.g. If you want to search for vbulletin forums you can use this foorprint:

inurl:showthread.php

If you add a keyword to it like "weight loss", you will get forums related to weight loss and health:

inurl:showthread.php "weight loss"
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