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Life Cycle for a Google Query

Posted by selfsmo on June 11, 2009

The life span of a Google query normally lasts less than half a second, yet involves a number of different steps that must be completed before results can be delivered to a person seeking information.

The search results are returned to the user in a fraction of a second.
    1. The web server sends the query to the index servers. The content inside the index servers is similar to the index in the back of a book – it tells which pages contain the words that match the query.
2.The query travels to the doc servers, which actually retrieve the stored documents. Snippets are generated to describe each search result.

One Response to “Life Cycle for a Google Query”

  1. Sajit PS said

    Good post and nice information. I got a lot of stuff to learn especially regarding the free instant approval article directories.

    Just wanted to add that PageRank 0 does not signify a banned site. The banned and extremely new websites have no PageRank (which shows up as a grayed out bar). Pagerank 0 is one step “above” No PageRank. So the order should be as – No PageRank, PageRank 0, PageRank 1, PageRank 2……Pagerank 10.

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