Fetch as Google canceled your fetch because too many consecutive requests were made to the server for different URLs.

Is there any solution for this? How can I fetch my URL?

  • Have you been submitting lots of pages to Fetch as Google? How long do you wait between? – Stephen Ostermiller Aug 16 '16 at 10:42
  • i fetched 2 pages consecutively the 2nd page was fetched properly but the 1st page shows Temporarily unreachable status – Zusan Kary Aug 16 '16 at 11:15
  • "Temporary unreachable" sounds like a status from your server, not from Google. Double-check the server logs? – John Mueller Aug 16 '16 at 18:58
  • The same server other sites and all fetch by google except this site – Zusan Kary Aug 17 '16 at 6:21

For general information on the rate limiting...

Google has specific limits on the number of fetches and URL submissions you can do which last time I saw where 500 fetches and 10 URL + linked pages submissions per week. If you go over this limit then you will be presented with the rate limiting error.

With regards to your specific error this does not appear to be rate limiting per-sey but rather a Google restriction on how many consecutive requests you can make to different URL's in a relatively small number of time. The important thing to note is that the fetch as Google is not designed to provide a gateway to load every single new page you make into Google rather it is designed to see how a page will look to Google and based on this model Google does expect some time between fetches.

Your comment appears to contradict your original question as it states that the error was a "Temporary Unreachable" error which is not a Google application error but rather a HTTP error which could indicate a temporary issue with the server you where connected to when you made the request in which case simply waiting and trying again after a few minutes should resolve it, especially with a platform as large as Google's.

Hopefully one of these points covers what the underlying issue was.

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