Probabilistic Application-Level Connection Scheduling in Web Servers

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thousands of requests. Many traditional Web servers let the operating system decide the connection scheduling—that is, the order in which requests are serviced—and, in fact, most simply do so on a first-come, first-served basis. In many cases, however, it can be extremely useful, if not downright necessary, to have application-level control over scheduling… (More)

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