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is it normal for scrapebox to run really slow when removing 'bad' blogs?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by mark0v, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. mark0v

    mark0v Junior Member

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    I ran a huge list of blogs through blog analyzer - over 236,000 - which took ~24 hours to run.

    ~12 hours ago, I selected "Filter>remove 'bad' blogs", and it is now only at 19% complete. It hasn't ceased functioning, it's just taking extremely long to process.

    Is this normal for a list of this size? It seemed like it reached 4% complete in ~20 minutes, and now it seems as though every +1% is taking longer and longer. My internet connection isn't the fastest but I don't think it's accessing the internet at this point, and my PC is pretty quick and has 8GB ram, so I don't think it's my hardware causing this to run so slowly.

    Does this sound normal?
     
  2. gregstereo

    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Throw a packet sniffer like wireshark on your computer and see how accurate that part is....
     
  3. eplekedut

    eplekedut Registered Member

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    sort the bad blogs first.. then remove it...
    i do this too on captcha blog before remove it...
    significant result
     
  4. mark0v

    mark0v Junior Member

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    I'm looking at a lot of data that I'm not familiar with, but most of it seems to have something to do with my ICQ, and none of it looks like it has anything to do with scrapebox. I might be mistaken.

    Thanks for the tip.

    ...

    Apparently, the % complete counter was not reporting in the way I'd expect it to. It was at 18% a couple hours ago, went to 19% just before I posted this thread, and then skipped all the way to compete as I'm typing this reply :)
     
  5. Anna Rossi

    Anna Rossi Newbie

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    you should check your ip's. i think they are burned
     
  6. jellyfish

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    markov,i had the same problem as you,i'm analyzing millions of blogs each day,i find it easier after check is completed to save it to excel and sort them,if its too big for excel i save it as text and split it,more work,but much faster for me.
    i wish there was an addon to combine all those batches and remove duplicates domains.
     
  7. Bison Max

    Bison Max Newbie

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    try to test your proxies. and jellyfish add it in the scraper and remove the duplicate domains and save your list.