Can you tell me which page you got that feed URL from?
We might have a better source for you. http://feeds.feedburner.com/kbdigest should work better. It is updated every Monday with a list from the previous week.
If you're on Twitter, @vmwarekb tweets out every new KB article as it is published. This is as close to realtime as it gets.
Thanks for your quick reply.
I subscribed following the link at http://www.vmware.com/subscribe.html (link provided via the RSS feed move notification).
I've already tried the Digest feed but it's less practical for me.
I am asking another department here how that feed is configured and if we can give it a swift kick
Thank you Rick !
Problem with Knowledge Base Detailed RSS Feed
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Did you get an answer about this problem ?
As an example, Google Reader tells me that KB1025914 (Purging old data from the database used by vCenter Server) appeared in the RSS feed 6 times over the past few weeks (5/3, 5/2, 5/2, 5/1, 4/4, 4/4). It appeared last on May, 5th although the KB mentions it was updated on May, 1st.
Otherwise Google statistics show that the RSS feed has usually around 50 new items each days.
It makes it very difficult to spot interesting new items among all the noise
Sorry about all of the problems with the RSS feed. We are looking at ways to solve this issue, as the different pieces involved are not playing well together.
Here are a couple of alternatives for you that you might want to consider:
Thanks for your answer. However the weekly digest doesn't suit my needs. I guess I'll just have to be patient...