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Scrapebox Two Instances Not Working

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by mdsurf, Sep 2, 2011.

  1. mdsurf

    mdsurf Senior Member

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    Hello everyone, I am having a extremely difficult time with dual instances of scrapebox. The problem goes as follows

    Instance 1- Harvested 20k urls
    Instance 2- Harvested 35k urls

    Next I would like to run some addons, ie alive check, blog analyzer etc

    However, when I run any addons on instance 2 it pulls the urls from instance one. IE- Blog analyzer on instance 2 will have the pull the 20k urls from instance one.

    Why does this keep happening. Its only happening with addons, if i transfer the urls in instance 2 to fast poster it transfers 35k urls. I have my scrapebox.exe in separate folders so its not opening from the same location. My friend who is on a computer right next to me experiences the exact same thing.

    And on a side note the blog analyzer is the slowest thing ever, ran at 20 connections with 10 private proxies and it only analyzed 3k urls in 10 hours!!
     
  2. scrapebrokers

    scrapebrokers Regular Member

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    Yep I experience the same thing. It seems the addons cant run in separate instances that's why I use text files for entries. After I harvested urls I remove duplicates and save them to disk like sb1_forex_harvested_all.txt then when load the addon for example blog analyser I load the urls from the text file instead of harvester. This way I'm sure things are not messed up.
     
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  3. dowser

    dowser Power Member

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    Yeah, save them after harvesting to a text file, it makes good sense if you want to keep track of what is what, very important if you test different footprints.