alexhenes wrote:Any ideas why this is happening?
Yes. It seems there was an issue because all your images end with *.JPG in uppercase, and these files were not detected properly. The issue is fixed already, and you can just update the following file:
alexhenes wrote:When I crawl my site using the ScreamingFrog SEO Spider I am getting 5,586 404 Page Not Found errors. I think there is one for every image on the site.
On an unrelated note, I'm impressed that your server doesn't buckle under from this process. Some X3 users have problems just getting a single new page to re-process. In your case, you are sending a spider to process 5586 pages as fast as possible ... All these pages require processing (menu, content, page-creation-to-cache). How many seconds does it take to create a single un-cached page for you after you change something in the panel? Multiply that result with 5586, and you have the task your server is asked to process. Keep in mind, the image-pages aren't normally visited by humans, unless they "open link in new tab", and is mostly reserved for landing-pages for sharing and SEO. Therefore, the pages will likely get processed progressively over time in real-life.
To be honest, the task might be much more heavy after the fix. Why? Because in your current case, X3 is just returning a cached 404 page for each result. In the case it works, it will need to process the actual page.
Just a heads-up, so you know what is going on ...