Monitoring indexed content ¶
The Indexed Search extension adds two backend modules, one as a global database-wide statistics module and a page specific analysis module.
In the Web > Info module you can see an overview of how many instances are indexed per TYPO3-page. Look at this image:
As you can see most pages here are indexed only once. However a few are indexed twice. This can happen for several reasons and here the reason is most likely due to a user login or something related.
The most interesting occurrence is the page “References” which has more than 20 indexed instances available. The reason is that this page holds multiple cached views due to some parameters which are used by a plugin on that page. Each instance will be searchable as a unique search result.
Now imagine that you want to clear out all those instances of the “References” page to let them be re-indexed when viewed again; Simply click the page “References” in the page tree to the left. Then you see this:
You can either click the red garbage bin (1) in order to clear all listed instances or alternatively pick out single instances by clicking the local garbage bin (2).
Monitoring the global picture of indexed pages ¶
By the Tools > Indexing module you can get statistics about the indexing engine. Currently they are sparse and very roughly presented. This view needs some more work to be friendly and really useful.
“General statistics” ¶
This shows that 217 pages are indexed, comprising 7000+ words and using 40.000 records in the relation table to glue things together.
“List: TYPO3 Pages” ¶
This view shows a list of indexed pages with all the technical details: