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Scrapebox link chehcker Problem, I need Help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ija61, May 4, 2011.

  1. ija61

    ija61 Senior Member

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    I have purchase the scrapebox around 4 week ago, every thing is great but I have some problems with the link checker, it get too slow. And when I say too slow here is what I'm talking about. I got a 44k list and it take me 422 min (around 7h) to check around 26k and still not finish.

    Here is how my setup look like:

    Windows 7 (just instaled)
    46 connection
    85 seconds time out
    10 -private proxy

    I have try to check without proxy and it is the same.
    And more think my CPU is always at 98 - 99%.

    I have read here that are guys how check around 50k in 3-4h

    So what I should do to fast up this checking process?

    Thank you
     
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    makemorefun Registered Member

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    If You have antivirus software which checks each link opened on Your machine there are nothing to do. Disabling av software is highly not recommended.

    General recommendation in such case - split list and run each part with some minutes delay to free resources taken by previous batch. Also very fast network connection and same type proxy servers should make a bit difference.
     
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    ija61 Senior Member

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    I do not have any antivirus program, and I have already disable windows firewall.

    I have a LAN connection 100MB/S

    Any suggestion about the high CPU usage?

    Thank you
     
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    How much RAM does your PC have, and what CPU?
     
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    I have 2G ddr2, and the CPU I do not remember and I can't check it not because I use link checker, I thing is around 2,3 GHz

    Thank you
     
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    Blog Analyzer and Check Backlink Modules always consume CPU and bandwith both.

    Check your blogs where you are placing your backlinks they seems to have few hundreds of comments on each page ie. heavily spammed and this module parse the complete page to find out your backlink thats why it is consuming high CPU usage as well as bandwith.

    Check few of blogs in IE and see how much time it is taking in loading those pages, how many comments on those page and search for your blog.

    May be i am wrong you will find out that IE is taking almost all of your CPU power as well as bandwith :( , scrapebox is using IE Engine to check backlinks
     
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    I do not need to check I'm sure about this. When I open one of my blogs in IE or MOZ it take a few second.

    I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate. do you think running SB on XP SP2 will perform faster?

    Thank you
     
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    Not trying to teach you to suck eggs, but I'm assuming you are checking your posted links via the radio button just to the left of the 'Test Comments' button on the comments poster section of the main screen, and not using one of the add-ons such as outbound link checker or something else?

    I only ask as I'd rather not say how long it took me to find the aforementioned button hehe! ;)
     
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    ;). Yes I'm using the right button on the left of 'test comment' :))