Gsa Ser getting zero threads after some time - newbie

Hello everyone 
Newbie here. 

After running few hours ser starts to getting low threads.I guess ser scraping targets very slow. What can i do ?

i am on the newest version. Please help me. 

Comments

  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    anything helpful in the log?
  • Nothing special. But i just got an update. will see how its going with latest version. 

    Anyway when i click update it asks API..not sure whats that. 


  • VMartVMart Natural SEO
    It's not a issue.
    Reg: My post
  • @crannonheads it is likely your proxies. Are you using dedicated? And how about your list? SER can seem overwhelming but it is actually a pretty straight-forward tool and should crank up nicely for you. Lots of threads for settings on this forum. Just read @shaun posts for expert advice.
  • shaunshaun https://www.youtube.com/ShaunMarrs
    Do you have a submission limit set on your projects? I would guess the rig is reaching the submission limits and then sitting idol until it refreshes.
  • LinksPlugLinksPlug - Build Your Unique Verified Lists In No Time
    crannoheads are you letting scrape ? may be your proxies ban ? 
  • VMartVMart Natural SEO
    edited July 2017 Accepted Answer
    "Gsa Ser getting zero threads after some time"
    Actually from previous the issue was there. I have experience this, often thread getting zeo.  I have already informed seven.

    But now the issue is not there SER working proper. If I fix global thread as 100 it always ser maintain 100.
  • pentiumIVpentiumIV Intel
    edited July 2017
    Yes there is a problem.Guess it happens with lack of targets. When i use syncing lists this happens as syncs happen gradually. But when load up a .zip or .sl works rarely experience the problem.

    Anyway never being a big problem for me :) 


  • pentiumIV

    Use a good list. Problem solved. 
  • This issue was fixed long time ago. I just wanted to upgrade. It fixed by itself. (seems it was a bug ) LOL wasn't active for last 2years :D but still uses gsa ser.  Great tool @Sven
Sign In or Register to comment.