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Systems, method and computer program products for cluster workload distribution without preconfigured port identification by utilizing a port of multiple ports associated with a single IP addr










Image Number 17 for United States Patent #6954784.

Cluster-wide port assignments in a workload distribution system in a cluster of data processing systems are provided such that a unique port may be provided for a socket. Establishing ports associated with workload distribution is also provided by allowing either enumerated ports and/or all ports of a common IP address to be associated with workload distribution. Workload distribution is provided in a cluster of data processing systems where a single IP address may be associated with a plurality of data processing systems and/or protocol stacks in the cluster of data processing systems and a port of the single IP address may be shared among multiple data processing systems and/or protocol stacks or may be unique among the plurality of data processing systems and/or protocol stacks.








 
 
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