HTTP response header
The Retry-After response HTTP header indicates how long the user agent should wait before making a follow-up request. There are three main cases this header is used: When sent with a 503 (Service Unavailable) response this indicates how long the service is expected to be unavailable.
Header usage statisticsRetry-After response header information and usage statistics.
|Websites using header Retry-After||292,585|
|Percentage of websites that use Retry-After header||0.29%|
|Total discovered header values||2,197|
|Header uses directives||No|
|Header values are unique or random||No|
|Most popular in the country|| US|