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Re: [help-GIFT] indexing more than one collection

From: Henning Müller
Subject: Re: [help-GIFT] indexing more than one collection
Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2008 08:20:29 +0100
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do not worry too much if the cui-cumber-of-images is not set correctly. In the normal wieghting this value is to my knowledge not used. It should all work fine and you should be able to have several collections at the same time without problems.

I can not explain why the number is 2473 ... if stopped and restarted it could have been the number of images newly added ...

You can check whether the number of images indexed is correct by looking at the file url2fts that contains all images indexed by URL/identifier and the name of the actual feature file.

You can modify everthing in the config file manually without any problems as well.

Cheers, Henning

Fredrik Gundelsweiler a écrit :
Hi there,

I have indexed a collection of 13.421 images some time ago. Now I wanted to index a new collection of images (#10.000). I stopped the indexing process at about 7.527 images. Then I restarted the process and the indexing was successful. But now I wonder why in my gift-config.mrml the cui-number-of-images is set to about 2474.

Here the line of the gift-config.mrml:

<collection collection-id="c-9-45-20-10-10-108-1-314-0" collection-name="amazon_imgs" cui-algorithm-id-list-id="ail-inverted-file" cui-number-of-images="2473"…>

Why is this value not 10.000 ? Does it matter or is all fine?

Best Regards / Beste Grüße,

Fredrik Gundelsweiler


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