HTTP Server Error Responses: A Deep Dive into the 5xx Family

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What are the HTTP server error responses?

HTTP server error responses occur when a server is unable to fulfill a client's request due to an error on the server side. These errors are typically indicated by a 5xx status code. This page contains a comprehensive list of all the different types of 5xx status codes and their meanings, making it the go-to resource for understanding server error responses. It covers all aspects of these errors, including the causes, possible solutions, and best practices for handling them.

Comprehensive list of HTTP server error responses:

500 Internal Server Error

502 Bad Gateway

503 Service Unavailable

504 Gateway Timeout

506 Variant Also Negotiates

508 Loop Detected

511 Network Authentication Required

505 HTTP Version Not Supported

507 Insufficient Storage

510 Not Extended