danbergan at gmail.com
Fri Jun 5 22:06:08 UTC 2009
On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 4:28 PM, Steve Graham <icdev at mrlock.com> wrote:
> >> What would make a regular user get the nsession below - no cookies
> >> enabled?
> >> h-68-167-55-122-static.mclnva23.covad.net nsession:covad.net -
> >> [05/June/2009:15:23:36 -0500] locks /ord/basket.html Order profile
> >> check_opt
> >> not found
> >> Steve
> > Check UA string in access_log, and compare against what you have in
> > interchange.cfg in RobotUA. You can also check against RobotIP and
> > RobotHost, but odds are better for the UA string match.
> The string in apache access_log is the same:
> I checked my robots.cfg file, but don't really see any matches, here are
> several other in the catalog error.log
> pool-70-19-47-86.ny325.east.verizon.net nsession:verizon.net
> cache-mtc-ad16.proxy.aol.com nsession:aol.com
> c-24-129-43-142.hsd1.fl.comcast.net nsession:comcast.net
> just wasn't sure if something new going on in the wild.....
> my robots.cfg is dated 2007....
> RobotUA <<EOR
I had some problems recently because the Ask toolbar changed it's
It used to identify itself as: AskBar now it is: AskTB
(I added AskTB to NotRobotUA and it fixed the issues my customers were
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