Status Code Report
The Status Code Report lists the HTML headers returned to the client from
the server. For example a status '200 OK' means that the requested page or
image was found and the server will now send it. A '404 Document Not Found'
means that the requested page or image cannot be found on this server at the
specified location. This can occur if the client mistyped a URL or clicks on
a broken link. A complete list of the HTTP status codes can be found at
HTTP Working Group.
This report shows all results. This report is sorted alphabetically.
|Status Code||Number of requests|
|2.||206 Partial content||109,618|
|3.||2xx [Miscellaneous successes]||750|
|4.||301 Document moved permanently||200|
|5.||302 Document found elsewhere||565,973|
|6.||304 Not modified since last retrieval||550,954|
|7.||400 Bad request||1,171|
|8.||401 Authentication required||427|
|9.||403 Access forbidden||2,333|
|10.||404 Document not found||1,144,447|
|11.||405 Method not allowed||13|
|12.||406 Document not acceptable to client||957|
|13.||411 Length required||822|
|14.||412 Precondition failed||1|
|15.||500 Internal server error||5,598|
|16.||501 Request type not supported||30|
|17.||502 Error at upstream server||908,657|
This report was generated on March 12, 2018 23:39.
Report time frame December 31, 2016 18:59 to December 31, 2017 18:59.