Load Balancing by Allocation of User Login Sessions
Most current load balancing systems are based on process placement or process migration. We introduce placement of user login sessions as a load balancing approach, and compare it to the process placement and process migration approaches. A load balancing system based on user placement is described, and some experimental results are given. We conclude that user placement has several advantages over process placement and process migration, and that user placement should provide good load balancing for some types of workload.
SubjectsFields of Research::280000 Information, Computing and Communication Sciences::280300 Computer Software::280304 Operating systems
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