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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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reducing MTTD and MTTR where threats are detected and killed early in their
One of the specifications of a network component that can be used to determine the duration of the failure is Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) which determines how soon the network will recover after experiencing system failures [8, 37, 44].
(iv) Serviceability: MTTR = 7 seconds (0.0019444444 hours) (total mean time for system reboot after fault detection).
By means of the MTTF, MTTR, and the fault model, a fault injection system was designed to study the resulting traffic flow of a DTN based on CGR algorithm under failure conditions.
The indexes of maintainability of ATC automation system (e.g., repair rate, MTTR) can also be estimated on the basis of maintenance records and statistical models.
Con los tiempos generados en cada sistema se calcularon los MTTF, MTTR y MTBF (Tabla VIII, Tabla IX y Tabla X), con estos y mediante la aplicacion de las formulas establecidas anteriormente las aproximaciones a las tasas de falla y restauracion del sistema entero.
Robust and reliable also means they are replaceable/repairable in a short time resulting in a low mean time to repair (MTTR).
du's Cyber Security ecosystem delivers SLAs encompassing Mean Time to Detection (MTTD) and Mean Time to Respond (MTTR) which enables customers to reduce the impact of security threats on their operations and benefit from a rapid response to incidents.
This paper relates to the reliability index is divided into two categories: one for the time dependent reliability index, such as: the cumulative failure probability F(t), reliability function R(t) and failure rate function [lambda](t), the paper called the dynamic reliability index; the other is reliability index and time independent, it is the average time interval MTBF, mean time to repair MTTR. Technology utilization coefficient K, steady state availability A, cost effectiveness C, the paper called the static reliability index.
* 44 per cent of companies that fall in the higher maturity levels are required to report and achieve on their service level agreements (SLAs), while 48 % track mean time to recovery (MTTR).
The availability of a system is a function of two values: Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) and Mean Time To Repair (MTTR).
Extensive OAM for centralized remote visibility identifies alarm locations and distinguishes between radio and transport network faults, reducing MTTR, test equipment, and truck rolls.