Google Reveals Spam Scores Accidently?

Jul 5, 2006 • 8:26 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Spotted over at PeterD, A DigitalPoint Forums thread that reveals some interesting data. Basically, a member clicked on a cache link of a page and was presented with the following from Google.

pacemaker-alarm-delay-in-ms-overall-sum 2341989
pacemaker-alarm-delay-in-ms-total-count 7776761
cpu-utilization 1.28
cpu-speed 2800000000
timedout-queries_total 14227
num-docinfo_total 10680907
avg-latency-ms_total 3545152552
num-docinfo_total 10680907
num-docinfo-disk_total 2200918
queries_total 1229799558
e_supplemental=150000 --pagerank_cutoff_decrease_per_round=100 --pagerank_cutoff_increase_per_round=500 --parents=12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23 --pass_country_to_leaves --phil_max_doc_activation=0.5 --port_base=32311 --production --rewrite_noncompositional_compounds --rpc_resolve_unreachable_servers --scale_prvec4_to_prvec --sections_to_retrieve=body+url+compactanchors --servlets=ascorer --supplemental_tier_section=body+url+compactanchors --threaded_logging --nouse_compressed_urls --use_domain_match --nouse_experimental_indyrank --use_experimental_spamscore --use_gwd --use_query_classifier --use_spamscore --using_borg"

Look at some of those values; "e_supplemental," "pagerank_cutoff_decrease_per_round," "supplemental_tier_section," "use_experimental_spamscore," "use_spamscore" and "using_borg."

Very interesting but no confirmation from Google, of course.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.

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