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for me, Look like a connection problem with Database server. You can try couple of things; You can try to increase the connection to database timeout value running the below command stsadm -o setproperty -pn database-connection-timeout -pv 60 Make sure Database Engine is listening on dynamic ports Please check more troubleshooting steps here( number 8 ...
In the short term you could set site B to not be indexed (Site Settings | Search and Offline Availability). Then run a full crawl. Another alternative is to remove the site from the main Result Source with a path exclusion like -path:http://path to site/* One other option is to use search results removal in the Search SSA. But it could be very tedious for ...
It depends on your crawler settings how much time it takes until your search index is updated again. You can reset your search index manually: Go to the Search Administration page, in the Crawling section, click Index Reset. Verify that the Deactivate search alerts during reset check box is checked, and then click Reset Now.
It turned out the crawling account needs read and write access
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