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Scrapebox Crash Trouble

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by IamTURK, May 9, 2011.

  1. IamTURK

    IamTURK Regular Member

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    Hey guys

    when i make some high value blasts on my vps i get crash and all of my working is bitching & stopped :( this is happening for last 2 weeks so i use on my vps scrapebox for months with no problem.

    any ideas ?
     
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  2. beaglejuice

    beaglejuice Power Member

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    Could be a problem with your vps or I suggest you to run a new instance of scrapebox in a new folder. I had the same problem in the past and noticed that my scrapebox folder has become bloated with a lot of info from my old blasts. Maybe I'm wrong but worked for me.
     
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  3. IamTURK

    IamTURK Regular Member

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    thanks dude i give a try

    i ll write the results here.
     
  4. IamTURK

    IamTURK Regular Member

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    results here

    i have tried it with two blasts value of

    170k
    250k blasts

    and all of them stopped at 70k-60k values.

    this made me sick.
     
  5. beaglejuice

    beaglejuice Power Member

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    I suggest do 50k blasts instead and run 3 instances of scrapebox. Also check in you task manager how much is the cpu usage so you don't overuse your vps capacity.

    As you've said, running for several months w/o problems, then it is more likely a problem with your vps.



     
  6. Maruk

    Maruk Power Member

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    Check your RAM. A crash is often times due to a lack of memory or some wrong memory block.
    This will especially happen when you just did a major task like removing duplicate domains from one million urls or something to that nature.
    Try running Memory Cleaner by Koshy John (Google) to better mamange your memory.
    Oh yeah, try increasing your system page file. And also try increasing the amount of space Internet Explorer may use on your system (IE options).

    Hope this helps.
    Regards,
    Mark
     
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  7. IamTURK

    IamTURK Regular Member

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    thanks i ve set clear system cache when exceeded %80
    and clear system cache every5 minutes

    that setting should be set or not ?
     
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    Maruk Power Member

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    Yes, just turn those options on and you'll be fine. Hopefully.

    Mark