Availability and Latency of World Wide Web Information Servers

Charles Viles & James French
During a 90 day period in 1994, we measured the availability and connection latency of HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol) information servers. These measurements were made from a site in the Eastern United States. The list of servers included 189 servers from Europe and 324 servers from North America. Our measurements indicate that on average, 5.0% of North American servers and 5.4% of European servers were unavailable from the measurement site on any given day. As...
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