"Your site has been switched to Mobile First Indexing"

Post #303038682 by Neo on Wednesday 11th of September 2019 08:01:33 AM

Now I recall some of the problems I used to have with mod_pagespeed......

mod_pagespeed give a tiny increase in page speed with the big cost of caching and when we make a change on the site and try to clear the cache, the cache does not clear propertly or correctly
and it is very hard to work on the site, debug things, etc. due to the caching of all this code and the problems trying to clear the various caches.

So, I turned it off (again) for now.

I tried to clear the cache and it will not clear easily but again, it may be because we have to clear the cache on both the server side and the client side; all of which is too much work.

As I always try to explain to people over the years; all the "optimizations" come at a "cost" and the major cost for mod_pagespeed is a cache of a written pages (HTML, CSS, Javascript) which can be very difficult to manage if you are making any changes to the code or debugging something; and I started making changes to the code based on the W3C validator; but it's hard to work on this with mod_pagespeed caching, rewriting code, etc.

Anyway, its off again ... because the pages load fast already and mod_pagespeed does not really help that much and has very little or nothing to do with the issue I posted about, which is:

Your site has been switched to Mobile First Indexing by Google.

Cheers!
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mipagentstat(1M)					  System Administration Commands					  mipagentstat(1M)

NAME
mipagentstat - show Mobile IP Mobility Agent status SYNOPSIS
mipagentstat [-fhp] DESCRIPTION
Use the mipagentstat utility to display the content of various Mobile-IP related data structures. Visitor Table (First Form) The visitor table display lists information for all mobile nodes registered with the foreign agent, one mobile node per line. This list consists of the mobile node's home address or Network Access Identifier (NAI), home agent address, total registration lifetime and the num- ber of seconds remaining before the registration expires. The following command line shows the output from a foreign agent with two mobile nodes registered: example# mipagentstat -f Mobile Node Foreign Agent Time Granted Time Remaining Flags (in secs) (in secs) foobar@xyz.com fa1@tuv.com 600 125 10.1.5.23 123.2.5.12 1000 10 R An "R" in the flags column indicates a reverse tunnel is present. No reverse tunnel is configured for the mobile node foobar@xyz.com. A reverse tunnel is configured from mobile node 10.1.5.23. Binding Table (Second Form) The binding table display lists information for all mobile nodes registered with the home agent, one mobile node per line. This list con- sists of the mobile node's home address or NAI, foreign agent address, total registration lifetime and the number of seconds remaining before the registration expires. Use the following command line to show the output from a home agent with two active mobile nodes: example# mipagentstat -h Mobile Node Home Agent Time Granted Time Remaining Flags (in secs) (in secs) foobar@xyz.com ha1@xyz.com 600 125 10.1.5.23 10.1.5.1 1000 10 R An "R" in the flags column indicates a reverse tunnel is present. No reverse tunnel is configured for the mobile node foobar@xyz.com. A reverse tunnel is configured for mobile node 10.1.5.23. Agent Table (Third Form) The agent table display lists information for all current mobility agent-peers, that is all mobility agents with which mobile-nodes we are servicing are trying to obtain service. Provided in this display are the IPsec protection mechanisms being used with registration requests, replies, and tunnels. Use the following command line to show the output from a home agent with two (foreign) mobility agent peers: example# mipagentstat -hp Foreign ..... Security Association(s)..... Agent Requests Replies FTunnel RTunnel ------------------------ -------- -------- -------- -------- fa.eng.example.com AH,ESP AH,ESP AH,ESP AH,ESP fa.central.example.com AH AH ESP ESP Use the following command line to show the output from a home agent with two (foreign) mobility agent peers: example# mipagentstat -fp Home ..... Security Association(s) ..... Agent Requests Replies FTunnel RTunnel ------------------------ -------- -------- -------- -------- ha.eng.example.com AH,ESP AH,ESP AH,ESP AH,ESP ha.central.example.com Use of the -p option without specifying the agent results in both displays described above, that is one display for each agent. An AH in any column indicates the IPsec AH mechanism is in place for those datagrams. An ESP in any column indicates the IPsec ESP mechanism is in place for those datagrams. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: -f Display the list of active mobile nodes in the foreign agent's visitor's list. -h Display the list of active mobile nodes in the home agent's binding table. -p Display the list of mobility agent peers, and the IPsec protection mechanisms currently in use for registration and tunnel traf- fic. EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned: 0 Successful completion. non-zero An error occurred. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWmipu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
mipagent(1M), mipagentconfig(1M), mipagent.conf(4), attributes(5) Aboda, B., and Beadles, M. RFC 2486, The Network Access Identifier. The Internet Society, 1999. SunOS 5.10 11 Dec 2001 mipagentstat(1M)

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