I read elsewhere on here that one can't re-index their site with Google, but I like to challenge that.
Currently, I have every page on my website (that contains about 1,000,000 pages) labeled with a noarchive robots meta tag so that Google can stop caching old webpage content.
Once all the old content is no longer cached I will remove the noarchive robots tag so that Google can cache the NEW improved pages.
I'm just curious of how long this process will usually take. In webmaster tools, I set it to allow Google to max setting which is to crawl up to two pages per second.
At the moment of the 1,000,000 pages, about 175,000 are indexed and it would be great if I can get Google's caches to be updated with the new pages.
Can someone give me an idea how long the process takes?