[hobbit] SLA 99.9999 question?
rower.master at gmail.com
Thu Jan 5 14:48:18 CET 2006
You're absolutely right!
But, maybe, in a near future we will have to work with systems that needs
this kind of disponibility.
On 1/5/06, PAUL WILLIAMSON <pwilliamson at mandtbank.com> wrote:
> That equates to 31.5 seconds of downtime per year.
> Since I'm guessing you're doing a 5 minute test interval,
> this doesn't make much sense. Actually, 99.99% would
> be a good balance, since this equates to 52 minutes
> and 33 seconds of downtime per year.
> All this is moot if management wants to see 6 nines, which
> is funny since the standard is 5 nines... (5:15 per year of d/t)
> >>> rower.master at gmail.com 01/05/06 8:22 AM >>>
> Hi Friends,
> Is there a way to report SLA with 4 decimals digits - "99.9999" ?
> Thanks in advance,
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