Full Crawl

Crawling, Spidering

n.

Pronunciation

/fʊl krɔl/

Definition

A process involving an automated script that systematically searches through all the data or records within a defined source.

Full crawl uses include aggregating data from a new content source, discovering issues within system logs, finding broken links or other web site errors affecting SEO and browsing web site content to curate emails for use in spam.

Category

Technology

Related Terms

Incremental Crawl

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