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Message: Contacting Name server...The url ? (+0/0). - 06/06/2018 Yioop Software Help

Under Media Uploader I'm seeing the message below. Can you tell me what this means? I do have a few RSS feeds set-up under Search Sources for example:
Name: Bing News URL: https://www.bing.com/news/search?q=MYKEYWORDHERE&format=rss Category: news Image XPath: //News:Image/@url
Message under Media Uploader Log: [18166 Wed, 06 Jun 2018 14:46:13 -0500] Contacting Name server...The url, '?', and first 256 bytes of posted query are: [18165 Wed, 06 Jun 2018 14:46:13 -0500] Checking Name Server for Media Updater properties...
Under Media Uploader I'm seeing the message below. Can you tell me what this means? I do have a few RSS feeds set-up under Search Sources for example: Name: Bing News URL: https://www.bing.com/news/search?q=MYKEYWORDHERE&format=rss Category: news Image XPath: //News:Image/@url '''Message under Media Uploader Log:''' [18166 Wed, 06 Jun 2018 14:46:13 -0500] Contacting Name server...The url, '?', and first 256 bytes of posted query are: [18165 Wed, 06 Jun 2018 14:46:13 -0500] Checking Name Server for Media Updater properties...
 

-- Message: Contacting Name server...The url ? (+0/0). - 06/06/2018 Yioop Software Help

That's a diagnostic message mainly to help me debug. In a multi-Yioop instance setting the Name server is the instance of Yioop that supervises everything during a crawl. On each machine the MediaUpdater makes a request to the name server to see if it needs to do anything. In the single machine case, the request is made from that single machine to that single machine and its says only the name server (that is, you) should do each of the media update jobs. In the multi-machine for crawl, single machine for media update case, if you were not the name server, you would get a response, name server, which would tell you not to run any of your jobs. In the multi-machine for crawl, multi machine for media update case, you would get a response distributed, which would tell you that you are responsible to carry out some of the media update jobs.
Best,
Chris

Last Edited: 06/06/2018
That's a diagnostic message mainly to help me debug. In a multi-Yioop instance setting the Name server is the instance of Yioop that supervises everything during a crawl. On each machine the MediaUpdater makes a request to the name server to see if it needs to do anything. In the single machine case, the request is made from that single machine to that single machine and its says only the name server (that is, you) should do each of the media update jobs. In the multi-machine for crawl, single machine for media update case, if you were not the name server, you would get a response, name server, which would tell you not to run any of your jobs. In the multi-machine for crawl, multi machine for media update case, you would get a response distributed, which would tell you that you are responsible to carry out some of the media update jobs. Best, Chris
 
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