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#8862 – Cron Job / Site Analysis

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Friday, 24 June 2022 09:11 UTC
sonicpixel

Hello.

Is there any way to check if the cron job is running correctly?

On my site there would never be finished the site analysis. If I would manually start to do this, it is working and would be finished.
But at the next day it is again not finished.

Thanks for your answer.

Best
Rene

 

Friday, 24 June 2022 09:57 UTC
wb_weeblr

Hi

Is there any way to check if the cron job is running correctly?

If there are some pages analyzed, it's working. 

On my site there would never be finished the site analysis

Analysis is never finished. That's the major feature in 4SEO. It constantly monitors your pages and when it thinks a page may have changed, it puts it back up onto the list for later, offline analysis (triggered by frontend visits).

That's how new pages are added to sitemap, or removed from it if you noindex them for instance.

If there was no page waiting analysis, then yes, the "cron" system would likely not work.

If I would manually start to do this

Triggering an analysis from the admin is only a way to:

- get started or check things out quickly during development

- when the site does not have any frontend visit (again, when developing usually)

After the initial setup, there's no need to run analysis from the admin.

One word of caution though: on many sites, there are pages that are totally useless to analyze. You should exclude them from the analysis process (see documentation on that here), if that's the case on your site.

Best regards

Yannick Gaultier

weeblr.com / @weeblr

 

 
Saturday, 25 June 2022 12:33 UTC
sonicpixel

Hello.

Thanks for your answer.
The pages for analysis is going to be more and more.

I wonder when the pages are analyzed.

during 2 days, there are more than 900 pages to analyze.
Is this normal, that this would be more and more and never less?

Thanks

Rene

 

Monday, 27 June 2022 07:45 UTC
wb_weeblr

Hi

I wonder when the pages are analyzed.

When someone view a page on the frontend, this triggers the analysis of a page waiting for analysis in the background.

during 2 days, there are more than 900 pages to analyze.

Is this normal, that this would be more and more and never less?

Totally, and it's not a problem at all. After sometimes, it should settle but it does not change or hurt the site operation.

It also likely means:

- your pages have elements that change frequently

- there's no enough traffic on the frontend to keep up with the changing pages

I would recommend your review your site content and if you have some sections of the site that are not useful for SEO (user profiles for instance), you should exclude them from the analysis.

Best regards

Yannick Gaultier

weeblr.com / @weeblr

 

 
Thursday, 28 July 2022 05:34 UTC
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