__/ [ Borek ] on Monday 15 May 2006 10:20 \__
> On Mon, 15 May 2006 11:12:28 +0200, Phil Payne <phil@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Going through this month's log I've found lots of search engine bot
>> visits that have downloaded robots.txt and index.html - and nothing
> If you will report it for Google only it will be not surprising, as that's
> kind of repoert we are bombarded on hourly basis lately on aise. But if
> all bots behave this way - are you sure you are not blocking access with
> robots.txt, or with 404 or something?
As it's being download and then index.html get fetched, this seems unlikely.
News sites tend to observe this behaviour, initially at least. Are you by
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