[rfc-dist] RFC 4678 on Server/Application State Protocol v1
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Title: Server/Application State Protocol v1
Author: A. Bivens
Date: September 2006
Mailbox: jbivens at us.ibm.com
I-D Tag: draft-bivens-sasp-04.txt
Entities responsible for distributing work across a group of systems
traditionally do not know a great deal about the ability of the
applications on those systems to complete the work in a satisfactory
fashion. Workload management systems traditionally know a great deal
about the health of applications, but have little control over the
rate in which these applications receive work. The Server/Application
State Protocol (SASP) provides a mechanism for load balancers and
workload management systems to communicate better ways of distributing the
existing workload to the group members. This memo provides information
for the Internet community.
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