Mean Time To Recover

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Mean Time To Recover or also Mean Time To Repair (abbreviated MTTR ) is defined as the mean repair time after a system failure. This indicates how long it takes to restore the system on average. It is therefore an important parameter for system availability . This time also includes planning the tasks and the resources . It should be kept as short as possible. System reliability, on the other hand, depends heavily on the mean time between failures (MTBF).

Individual evidence

  1. Alessandro Birolini: Reliability of devices and systems. 4th edition. Springer, Berlin a. a. 1997, ISBN 3-540-60997-0 , p. 245 (former title: Quality and Reliability of Technical Systems ).