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Server Status Checker

Enter up to 100 URLs (Each URL must be on separate line)

About Server Status Checker

This tool allows you to check the status of your Web server. Check if the website is down. It’s very important to check the status of a website time to time. It verifies the availability and measures the response time of your web site.

How to use Server Status Checker?

Just enter the domain and click submit button. Note that you can check up to 100 domains at a time. Site status test will be performed on the domain name in real time using our online server status checker tool. The result shows whether the server is available, responds to specific requests (HTTP response status codes) and its response time.


What is Server Status Codes Indicate?

Whenever search engines or website visitors make a request to a web server, HTTP Server Status Codes are returned. These three-igit codes indicate the response and status of HTTP requests.

  • 200 - means everything is OK. The Web page appears for the search engine spiders and users.
  • 301 - means the Web page has been redirected permanently to another Web page URL.
  • 302 - means the Web page has been moved temporarily to a different URL.
  • 400 - means the server could not understand the request because of bad syntax.
  • 401 - means the request requires user authentication. This means that you need to log in before you can view the page content.
  • 403  means the server understood the request, but blocked the spiders from entering
  • 404 - means the Web page is not available. You definitely want to fix it ASAP.
  • 500 and up -  indicate that something’s wrong with your server. Check it out.

What is Server Response Time Indicate?

It is the time taken for a server to respond to a request by a website user. Server Response Time affects the overall page loading time. And page loading time is one of the most important factors in Search Engine Optimization (SEO). There are several factors that influence the speed of the server. The hosting provider and the service plan you choose to host your website probably has the most impact on the server response time. Also the Web Development method used on your site affects server response time.

To improve the server response time, you need to work from both server side and Web Development Side.

It is important to ensure that your host provides enough memory to cater to traffic surges without compromising on response time. Always avoid overloading servers.

Try following while developing your site: Use Website Caching and Compression, Create light weight web pages, Combine JS and CSS files., Optimize multimedia, reduce plugins, use efficient database queries, etc.