__/ [Brian Wakem] on Saturday 22 October 2005 10:14 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> I thought the group would like to check out this tool which traverses your
>> site, listing PageRank of each page progressively and displaying it all as
>> the script is run:
>> The site has nothing whatsoever to do with me, but I just saw a
>> recommendation in a blog I keep track of.
> It found 71 PR'd pages on our site before it stopped. Not sure why it
> stopped though, there's loads more.
> It would have been nice to see the results because during this recent
> google shake up we've gone from having a dozen PR'd pages to hundereds,
> maybe thousands.
Probably avoiding a resource hog, justifiably so.
You can expand Bokma's Perl script to achieve what you want though. With
commands like 'find' you can get a list of all your pages, then convert
these (using search & replace) to proper URL's and passing these to the
script as inputs.
If you haven't got the site on your hard-drive already, you could in
principle download it using FTP (or alternatives like SCP), grabbers, etc.
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