by Darius Kazemi, November 28 2019

In 2019 I'm reading one RFC a day in chronological order starting from the very first one. More on this project here. There is a table of contents for all my RFC posts.

Network status

RFC-332 is titled “Network Host Status”. It's authored by Ellen Westheimer of BBN and dated April 25, 1972.

The technical content

This is another report from BBN on the status of various ARPANET hosts in the same series as RFC-330, RFC-326, RFC-319, RFC-315, RFC-306, RFC-298, RFC-288, RFC-287, RFC-267, RFC-266, RFC-255, RFC-252, RFC-235, and RFC-240.

The numbers, from April 10 to April 21:

We are at about 52% online status for the longest-running ARPANET servers, and 44% online overall. This is the first time (I think) we see a “full” status on a server, which basically means there are too many people already connected to the server so it closed the connection when the measurement was taken.

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I'm Darius Kazemi. I'm an independent technologist and artist. I do a lot of work on the decentralized web with ActivityPub, including a Node.js reference implementation, an RSS-to-ActivityPub converter, and a fork of Mastodon, called Hometown. You can support my work via my Patreon.