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What does 400 stand for?

400 stands for Bad Request (HTTP status code; indicates bad syntax or unfulfillable)

This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Looking at the simplified diagram, you can see that there are several things competing for time on the CPU: * Each request from a client competes with every other request * The file system semantic layer must decode the request * Error processing may be required for bad requests * Writes into NVRAM are competing for time * Writes into the RAM buffer are competing for time * The block allocation layer must formulate a storage request * The RAID manager must execute the storage request All of these complex tasks require many CPU cycles in order to complete, but that alone doesn't paint the entire picture.