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The detailed information pages for Top 10 URLs, by Volume and Top 10 URLs, by Hits display the following information for the top 500 URLs:

  • URL. The pathname of the URL requested.
  • OK Volume. The number of megabytes transferred from the Edge to the end user. This number includes all successful response codes and stream overhead bytes.
  • Error Volume. The number of error megabytes for the URL. Errors include all response codes except 2xx, 3xx, 0xx, and 408. Stream overhead bytes are also included.
  • Error Hits. The number of requests for this URL that resulted in an error response code.
  • OK Hits. The number of requests for this URL. This number includes all successful response codes.
  • 0xx. The number of 0xx (Client Abort) response codes returned for the URL. (Media Services Live defined range)
  • 200. The number of 200 (Okay) response codes returned for the URL.
  • 206. The number of 206 (Partial Content) response codes returned for the URL.
  • 2xx. The number of all response codes from 200 to 299 returned for the URL.
  • 302. The number of 302 (Temporary Redirect) response codes returned for the URL.
  • 304. The number of 304 (Not Modified) response codes returned for the URL.
  • 3xx. The number of all response codes from 300 to 399 returned for the URL.
  • 404. The number of 404 (Not Found) response codes returned for the URL.
  • 4xx. The number of all response codes from 400 to 499 returned for the URL.
  • Offloaded Hits. The number of requests for which the Edge server had the content in its cache and delivered it from there instead of forwarding the request to the origin.
  • Origin Hits. The number of requests for which the Edge server cache did not have the requested content or the requested content was not fresh and therefore, retrieved the content from the origin.
  • Origin OK Volume. The total number of megabytes transferred between the origin to the Edge servers that had successful response codes (2xx, 3xx, and 000). This number includes no overhead.
  • Origin Error Volume. The total number of megabytes transferred between the origin to the Edge servers. This number includes only successful response codes (2xx, 3xx, and 000) and no overhead.