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    Understand 5xx Server Error Response Codes

    Pete JohansonPete Johanson

    The 5xx family of status codes are used in HTTP responses to inform the client that the server experienced an error. The status codes in this family are intended to indicate server or network errors that do not pertaining to a problem with client or the client’s request. For example, a response with a 503 Service Unavailable status code is unlikely to be resolved by resubmitting the request with different content type or additional headers. We will explore the available server error status codes, and what additional information they convey.



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