Frequency of delta token 410 error

Netanel Prat 21 Reputation points


Does anyone know how frequent is the 410 error?
Also what conditions may cause it to occur?


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  1. Sandeep G-MSFT 4,066 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Netanel Prat

    Http 410 error occurs when requested resource is no longer available at the server.
    There may be cases when the service can't provide a list of changes for a given token (for example, if a client tries to reuse an old token after being disconnected for a long time, or if server state has changed and a new token is required).

    This error occurs when a user tries to access an asset which no longer exists on the requested server. In order for a request to return a 410 Gone status, the resource must also have no forwarding address and be considered to be gone permanently.

    There are a few different ways that you might see a 410 Gone error. The following list outlines a few of these variations that you may see depending upon the web server that is being used. Although they are slightly different, each one means the same thing.

    • 410 Gone
    • Gone
    • Error 410
    • HTTP Status 410

    Let me know if you have any further questions

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  1. Netanel Prat 21 Reputation points

    Hi, thanks for the reply.

    Do you know maybe how often does it occur of users and group? once a week, month?
    If you don't thats ok.


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