Google Search Appliance: Submit Your Site to the Search Index
We can add your Web page to the Search Appliance index if it is not appearing in the search results. To test whether your Web page has been indexed by the Search Appliance, try searching for an exact phrase that appears on your page, enclosing it in quotation marks. Choose a phrase you think will be unique to your page. Look carefully through the list of search results for your page.
Sometimes you will see this message at the bottom of the last page of results: "In order to show you the most relevant results, we have omitted some entries very similar to the [number] already displayed. If you like, you can repeat the search with the omitted results included." Click "repeat the search" and look again for your page. If you find it after including omitted results, this means the Search Appliance has already indexed your page (do not submit its URL); however, it had determined that your page was similar to higher-ranked pages also in the index. See Increase Your Page Rank.
If you need to add your entire Web site, please do not submit a URL for every page on your site. Typically, you will only need to submit the URL of your home page. The Search Appliance will use its crawler to start at your submitted URL and follow successive links into your site, indexing pages as it goes.