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9/11/12
Original Poster
dannyan1234

google adsense crawler errors increases

I have changed to a news server with the same domain.
After this, i get google errors that the adsense bot can't find the urls listed in the attachment. Sorry its in dutch, but the problem is that he can not find the url.
 
 
Those urls are fine. In my robots i have the right lines:
User-agent: Mediapartners-Google
Disallow:
 
When i check all the urls with: http://urivalet.com
Then with all i get a 200 header ok.
 
How can i solve these problems
 
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galeksic
9/11/12
galeksic
Can you check if your firewall is not too restrictive or misconfigured?

Maybe you should take a look in firewall log also.

When i check all the urls with: http://urivalet.com

Then with all i get a 200 header ok.

Did you tried Uriwalet with User Agent "Mediapartners-Google"? 

Also, go to your Webmaster tools and try "Fetch as Google".
9/11/12
Original Poster
dannyan1234
Yes thanks for your reply I get:
SERVER RESPONSE: 200 OK

With the User Agent Mediapartners Google

I dont find any logs as well in my firewall.
I dont get it, but this way i loose income
galeksic
9/11/12
galeksic
Very important question is - is number of errors increasing every day, or you just noticed it is much bigger than yesterday. So, you should maybe review your apache (web server) access and error logs, and if you see same urls in apache log are responding to Mediapartners-Google bot with 200 OK, and not 404 or any other error then this might be just a temporary DNS issue (maybe AdSense bot was trying to access your sites with old IP's for several hours, or half a day, or so - if you had big TTL).

If you see number of errors is decreasing every day, that's it, I believe.

But, if number of errors is increasing, you should maybe remove AdSense code from your site, and investigate further...
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