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Reports manager intervals

Postby Juho » Wed Dec 05, 2012 3:10 pm

I am a bit confused about the interval settings in reports manager. There are "system report generation interval" under "reports settings" and "reports generation interval" under "schedule reports". How these differ and how these are supposed to work anyway? I have set cron job to be activated once a day.
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Re: Reports manager intervals

Postby seopanel_forum » Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:17 pm

"system report generation interval" under "reports settings" is the global settings of the seo panel. Once it is set no users can't set a interval less than that from "reports generation interval" under "schedule reports"

Eg: if it set weekly, no users can set it to daily

"reports generation interval" under "schedule reports" is to set particular report generation interval for a user.
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Re: Reports manager intervals

Postby Juho » Thu Dec 06, 2012 2:32 pm

OK, thanks. So this affects to all report generation, including cron job, or does it apply only to report generation done via the seo panel (through browser)?
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Re: Reports manager intervals

Postby seopanel_forum » Thu Dec 06, 2012 7:56 pm

It will effect the reports generated through cron job only.
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Re: Reports manager intervals

Postby Juho » Sat Dec 08, 2012 1:42 pm

seopanel_forum wrote:It will effect the reports generated through cron job only.


I get confusing results. I had cron job to be executed at 0,4 and 8. The cron job that started at midnight finished at 12.24 at midday and the rest didn't excecute. I have 15 keywords per execution and 10 minute interval between crawl. It should have finished way sooner than midday. What could be the problem?


EDIT: Although I miscalculated the interval, because I forgot that there is more than 1 crawl per keyword, it still took too long. I had it crawl 3 search engines per keyword for this set.
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Re: Reports manager intervals

Postby Juho » Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:48 pm

It seems that the actual crawling takes much longer than calculated from the interval: about one third to double time, depending about the interval. I just have to allocate more time or to shorten the interval. I did split the crawling into 15 keyword sections per cron job execution. I also noticed, that the splitting doesn't work if the previous cron job hasn't finished before new one executes. If the previous crob job hasn't finished, the new execution starts crawling the same keywords as the unfinished.
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Re: Reports manager intervals

Postby seopanel_forum » Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:47 pm

Thanks for doing research on the issue. Actually in cron job it will not check again a keyword already executed in a day.
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Re: Reports manager intervals

Postby Juho » Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:14 pm

seopanel_forum wrote:Thanks for doing research on the issue. Actually in cron job it will not check again a keyword already executed in a day.


It appears that the cron job will not save he crawled keywords until it has executed the whole task given to it. So, when new cron job starts before another task has finished, it doesn't know that the cron job already running has already crawled some of the keywords. I had 3 cron job sequences and the last 2 started before the previous one was finished and they all crawled the same keywords. But on another test, when the previous cron job had finished, everything went well.
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Re: Reports manager intervals

Postby seopanel_forum » Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:32 pm

oh okay. Thanks for sharing this information. We will try some new methods in new version.
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Re: Reports manager intervals

Postby Juho » Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:32 am

Now I have a new problem. The cron job recognizes just the first 3 crawled keywords. In every execution it will crawl the same keywords as in the previous execution minus 3 first keywords from the previous set. I am going to leave this splitting alone, it just doesn't seem to work reliably. Also I have no idea what could explain this behavior, it is very bizarre.
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