Google solved the problem of de-indexing pages

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Google employee Danny Sullivan told Twitter that the problem with page indexing that was revealed last week has been completely resolved. Engineers worked on this issue for 6 days.

The indexing issue has now been fully resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience. We appreciate your patience as we restored normal operation.

— Google SearchLiaison (@searchliaison) April 11, 2019

As previously reported, starting from April 4, due to a technical failure on the Google side, some of the previously indexed pages fell out of the search index. Three days later, the search engine said that he had solved this problem, but the next day it turned out that work was continuing. Now this crash is completely eliminated.

What exactly caused this problem and how much of the search index suffered from it, Google did not specify.

According to Moz, the latter crashed affected about 4% of pages indexed by Google.

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