Load Balancing for Parallel Forwarding. W. Shi, M.H. MacGregor, P. Gburzynski Department of Computing Science University of Alberta. Outline. Introduction Parallel Forwarding Common Scheduling Schemes Previous Work Highest Random Weight and Robust Hashing Adaptive Load Sharing
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W. Shi, M.H. MacGregor, P. Gburzynski
Department of Computing Science
University of Alberta
P(R) ~ 1/Rα (1)
Sufficient but not necessary:
Li – Ti * λ / ρ/ N < Lj
λ is the bandwidth of the interface, in pps.
Ti > (Li – Lj) *ρ * N / λ.
Ti > L * ρ / λ = L / μ(2)
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