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    Uptime is the measure of the uninterrupted time that a hosting system experiences. Ideally uptime would be at 100% (i.e. zero downtime) but in the real world this is extremely difficult to achieve. In layman's terms, Uptime is the number of hours that a server is working and available and is the opposite of downtime.
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    Default uptime and downtime in web hosting

    Uptime is the amount of time that a server has stayed up and running. This is usually listed as a percentage, like "99.9% uptime." Uptime is a great measure of how good a Web hosting provider is at keeping their systems up and running. If a hosting provider has a high uptime percentage, then that means that their servers stay up and running and so any site you host with them should stay up and running too.

    Downtime is the period or time when is a server is unavailable or offline. Downtime also referred as outage duration is the time period when the system fails to provide or achieve its primary function. During downtime websites that are hosted on the specific server will be unavailable and offline

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    Default Uptime and Downtime in web hosting

    You often watch that the website hosting provider mentions 99.9% uptime.This means that your site is online without going offline.This is we called as Uptime.

    Downtime is the amount of time your website is offline.This means your site is offline and if your site is offline you can lose your ranking or many other things.

    The uptime had the difference and mentioned such as -

    99.0%, 99.9%, 99.99% and 100%

    Most of the companies mention 99.9% uptime. It means the site has the down time of 1.44 minutes per day.

    Make sure you have less time of downtime to keep your site's visibility more.
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    Uptime is that the quantity of your time that a server has stayed up and running. this can be typically listed as a proportion, like "99.9% uptime." period of time may be a nice live of however smart an internet hosting provider is at keeping their systems up and running.

    Downtime is that the amount or time once may be a server is unpronounceable or offline. Period referred as outage length is that the fundamental measure once the system fails to supply or accomplish its primary performance

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