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MOSS Crawler Issues

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 31, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
Today I noticed, the scheduled crawls are not running. I can manually start incremental crawls on the content sources and it's working fine. When the time comes for a scheduled crawl the job never runs, but surprisingly the time for the next scheduled crawl adjusts to the next proper time. I have crawled (incremental) manually on 4:49 PM today and indexed item count was 53287. Till now some more issues are created into my Application and after the time mentioned  automatic incremental crawling is performed 3 times (5:00 PM, 5:30PM and 6:00PM) but unfortunately the indexed item count is same i.e. 53287. Surprisingly next crawling time has updated to next scheduled time i.e. 6:30PM but crawl logs showing last crawling time is 4:49PM.why automatic incremental crawler is not working but adjust the next crawling time time?Please help me to solve this problem.THanks! Arup R(MCTS) SucCeSS DoEs NOT MatTer.

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