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MTTR

MTTR

(Mean Time To Repair, Mean Time To Restore) The average time it takes to repair a failed component. See reliability.
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The MTTR of HS-GRSP has the same length in the rendezvous sequence and is equal to 1/8(5N2 + 18N - 8).
In this paper MTTF is used for the repairable system since MTTR is considered separately, so
This type of approach minimizes MTTR and MLDT and yields a substantially high Ao of .
Packet data collected from application flows in the enterprise network is a source of operational intelligence for performing passive, real-time monitoring and deep-packet forensics analysis, solving performance problems and reducing MTTR.
The announcement comes at a time when pressure is mounting in the data center: according to NetScout's annual customer survey, companies are getting serious about shrinking MTTR by setting MTTR goals for the network team and reinforcing them with management by objectives (MBO) directives.
MTTR is the average repair time to fix or replace a failed component and start using the system again.
The MTBA was just over an hour, and the MTTR was three minutes for full exhaust and one minute when splicing was used.
The 495BII uses proven technologies and structural design enhancements to provide increased capacity per pass while extending MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) and reducing MTTR (Mean Time To Repair).
The 495Bll utilizes these proven technologies and enhancements to extend MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure), reduce MTTR (Mean Time To Repair), and provide consistent three-pass leading of 320/360-ton haul trucks.