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  RFC 2391 (rfc2391) - Load Sharing using IP Network Address Translation (LS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Load share Load sharing for the purpose of this document is defined as the spread of session load amongst a cluster of servers which are functionally similar or the same.
Load Sharing with no topological restraints on servers In this section, we will illustrate a configuration in which load sharing can be accomplished on a router without enforcing topological limitations on servers.
The load distribution is based primarily on (a) cost of accessing the network on which a server resides and load on the network interface used to access the server, and (b)resource availability and system load on the server.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc2391.html   (5710 words)

  
 SNET Internet : Features : Investing : Load and No-Load Mutual Funds
A front-end load is commonly 5.75% for equity funds, less for bond funds, and is simply deducted from the amount being invested.
Back-end loads are declining, so that after a certain number of years (usually 4 to 8 years depending on the fund) there is no charge for withdrawing your original principle.
The load is charged to the investor, in part, to compensate the financial advisor/broker for his or her advice and on-going oversight of the investments.
www.snet.net /features/investing/articles/1999/04050101.shtml   (997 words)

  
 TinyFugue: /load   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
They are identical, except that if file calls /loaded and has already been read once, /require will not read it again (but the LOAD message/hook will still be displayed/called).
A /load may be aborted early with the /exit command in the file.
Loaded files may be given any name, but names ending in ".tf" are recommended.
tf.tcp.com /~hawkeye/tf/help/commands/load.html   (362 words)

  
 Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load, Linus Pauling Institute's Micronutrient Information Center
The glycemic load of a food is calculated by multiplying the glycemic index by the amount of carbohydrate in grams provided by a food and dividing the total by 100.
The relationship between dietary glycemic load and coronary heart disease risk was more pronounced in overweight women, suggesting that people who are insulin resistant may be most susceptible to the adverse cardiovascular effects of a high-glycemic load diet (1).
Although one case-control study in Italy found that women with high-glycemic load diets had a risk of breast cancer that was about 30% higher than women with low-glycemic load diets (18), a very large prospective study conducted in the U.S. found no association between dietary glycemic load and breast cancer risk (19).
lpi.oregonstate.edu /infocenter/foods/grains/gigl.html   (1560 words)

  
 ONJava.com: Clustering and Load Balancing in Tomcat 5, Part 1
These load balancers are used to distribute the load between the cluster nodes by redirecting web traffic to an appropriate cluster member, at the same time detecting any server failures.
Load balancing (also known as high availability switch over) is a mechanism where the server load is distributed to different nodes within the server cluster, based on a load balancing policy.
The load balancer application is a rules-based application that uses a servlet filter mechanism to redirect incoming web requests to the next available member in the cluster.
www.onjava.com /pub/a/onjava/2004/03/31/clustering.html   (1788 words)

  
 AIDS Fact Sheet: Viral Load Tests
Viral loads are usually reported as copies of HIV in one milliliter of blood.
The viral load should be measured within 2 to 8 weeks after treatment is started or changed, and every 3 to 4 months after that.
The viral load test results can be thrown off if your body is fighting an infection, or if you have just received an immunization (like a flu shot).
www.aids.org /factSheets/125-Viral-Load-Tests.html   (862 words)

  
 Per Packet Load Balancing  [Cisco IOS Software Releases 12.0 S] - Cisco Systems
Load balancing is based on a combination of source and destination packet information; it allows you to optimize resources by distributing traffic over multiple paths for transferring data to a destination.
Per-destination load balancing allows the router to distribute packets based on the destination address, and uses multiple paths to achieve load sharing.
This load balancing method would be inappropriate for certain types of data traffic (such as voice traffic over IP) that depend on packets arriving at the destination in sequence.
www.cisco.info /en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps1829/products_feature_guide09186a0080087c5b.html   (1345 words)

  
 USCG - Load Line Regulations
Similar load line requirements were adopted by other maritime nations, until they were internationally standardized in the Load Line Convention of 1930.
Load line regulations for U.S. vessels operating solely on domestic routes are developed by the Coast Guard, and reflect the less-severe operating environments of coastwise service.
Also, special load line policies have evolved to meet new vessel designs and configurations that did not exist when the original regulations were developed (for example, liftboats).
www.uscg.mil /hq/g-m/mse/mse2-loadlines.htm   (1031 words)

  
 CLHS: Function LOAD
If verbose is true, load prints a message in the form of a comment (i.e., with a leading semicolon) to standard output indicating what file is being loaded and other useful information.
compile-file and load cooperate in an implementation-dependent way to assure the preservation of the similarity of characters referred to in the source file at the time the source file was processed by the file compiler under a given external file format, regardless of the value of external-format at the time the compiled file is loaded.
*load-truename* is bound by load to hold the truename of the pathname of the file being loaded.
www.lispworks.com /documentation/HyperSpec/Body/f_load.htm   (576 words)

  
 UNIX Load Average Part 1: How It Works by Dr. Neil Gunther
The load average can also be displayed as a time series like that shown here in some output from a tool called ORACA.
High load averages usually mean that the system is being used heavily and the response time is correspondingly slow.
Nonetheless, the idea that the load average is associated with the CPU run queue is an important point.
www.teamquest.com /resources/gunther/ldavg1.shtml   (2036 words)

  
 Load Cell Home Page
Load Cell: A load cell is a transducer that converts a load acting on it into an analog electrical signal.
Pneumatic load cells are sometimes used where intrinsic safety and hygiene are desired, and hydraulic load cells are considered in remote locations, as they do not require a power supply.
In a rolling diaphragm type hydraulic load cell, a load or force acting on a loading head is transferred to a piston that in turn compresses a filling fluid confined within an elastomeric diaphragm chamber.
www.omega.com /prodinfo/loadcells.html   (904 words)

  
 HIV Viral Load: The Test
Viral load tests are reported as the number of HIV copies in a milliliter of blood.
Viral load testing should not be used for diagnosing HIV; the HIV antibody test is still the preferred method of choice for this.
Viral load testing done by the PCR method is incredibly sensitive, which can give rise to false-positive results.
www.labtestsonline.org /understanding/analytes/viral_load/test.html   (522 words)

  
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In this configuration, Network Load Balancing is bound to the network adapter on the subnet that receives incoming client requests, and the other adapter is typically placed on a separate, local subnet for communication between cluster hosts and with back-end file and database servers.
Network Load Balancing tracks TCP connections on each host, and, after their current TCP connection completes, the next connection from the affected clients will be handled by the new cluster host; UDP streams are immediately handled by the new cluster host.
Network Load Balancing Performance The performance impact of Network Load Balancing can be measured in four key areas: CPU overhead on the cluster hosts, which is the CPU percentage required to analyze and filter network packets (lower is better).
www.microsoft.com /windows2000/docs/NLBtech2.doc   (11073 words)

  
 Mutual Fund Fees and Expenses
The $500 sales load is first deducted from the $10,000 check (and typically paid to a selling broker), and assuming no other front-end fees, the remaining $9,500 is used to purchase fund shares for the investor.
For example, a contingent deferred sales load might be 5% if an investor holds his or her shares for one year, 4% if the investor holds his or her shares for two years, and so on until the load goes away completely.
Unlike a sales load, which is generally used to pay brokers, a redemption fee is typically used to defray fund costs associated with a shareholder’s redemption and is paid directly to the fund, not to a broker.
www.sec.gov /answers/mffees.htm   (1617 words)

  
 KeyStore (Java 2 Platform SE 5.0)
Once the keystore has been loaded, it is possible to read existing entries from the keystore, or to write new entries into the keystore:
Note that although the same password may be used to load the keystore, to protect the private key entry, to protect the secret key entry, and to store the keystore (as is shown in the sample code above), different passwords or other protection parameters may also be used.
Note that if this keystore has already been loaded, it is reinitialized and loaded again from the given input stream.
java.sun.com /j2se/1.5.0/docs/api/java/security/KeyStore.html   (2561 words)

  
 load. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
The overall force to which a structure is subjected in supporting a weight or mass or in resisting externally applied forces.
Something that is carried, as by a vehicle, person, or animal: a load of firewood.
To put or place a load into or onto a structure, device, or conveyance.
www.bartleby.com /61/50/L0215000.html   (489 words)

  
 QuotiumPRO™ a Load Testing Tool
Applications have to be able to face a great number of users with unpredictable load variations.
QuotiumPRO™ is a load testing solution able to measure and predict the behavior and performance of an application on a global scale.
QuotiumPRO™ lets you load test both your infrastructure and the architecture of an application by simulating a large number of users with many different profiles.
www.quotium.com /qpro_overview_load_testing.html   (223 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Dictionary - load
For a bridge, this includes the dynamic loads of traffic, wind, snow, and ice and the static load of the bridge's own weight.
We had loads of guests at the party.
a load of used to say emphatically that something is ridiculous or nonsensical (informal)
encarta.msn.com /encnet/features/dictionary/DictionaryResults.aspx?refid=1861699182   (647 words)

  
 REBOL: Load - Function Summary
When a file name or URL is provided, the data is read from disk or network first, then it is loaded.
In the case of a string or binary value, it is loaded directly from memory.
LOAD is often called for a text file that contains REBOL code or data that needs to be brought into memory.
www.rebol.com /docs/words/wload.html   (346 words)

  
 FundAdvice.com - "Ask Paul": The Case for No-Load Funds
When straddling the fence between load and no-load, no-load funds are often the hands down winners.
Fortunately, there's a fund family based in our hometown of Seattle that offers several well-managed funds in load and no-load versions that are identical except for expenses and the load.
From looking at the fund's performance figures, which don't take the load into account, you might think that a $10,000 investment in the Class A shares on that same date would have grown to be worth $10,835 by the end of August 2002.
www.fundadvice.com /QA/cbs/cbs092402.html   (879 words)

  
 ---LOAD Records----
LOAD 068 CD Like a group groped Helen Keller all too drugged out to protest, the New York City based EXCEPTER weaves a dangerous course through the orange cones of cortex caressing sound.
LOAD 067 CD Crawling out the middle hole of the US, Chicago's Coughs are a six piece band with kling-klang percussion from sheets of metal, snaking melodies crawling out of exotic instruments, and racy patter.
LOAD 066 LP/CD Providence Rhode Island's WHITE MICE are a three piece (bass, drums and oscillator) that generate enough round and square wave tones to bring a BONANZA bus of nuns three feet (.91 m) off the ground.
www.loadrecords.com   (1938 words)

  
 What is load? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
For example, to load a disk means to mount it in a disk drive.
Every program must be loaded into memory before it can be executed.
Usually the loading process is performed invisibly by a part of the operating system called the loader.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/L/load.html   (315 words)

  
 TSystem
Returns 0 on successful loading, 1 in case lib was already loaded and -1 in case lib does not exist or in case of error.
When entry is specified the loaded lib is search for this entry point (return -1 when entry does not exist, 0 otherwise).
If loading the shared library fails, it tries to output a list of missing symbols by creating an executable (on some platforms like OSF, this does not HAVE to be an executable) containing the script.
root.cern.ch /root/html/TSystem.html   (3202 words)

  
 LOAD LOGIC Energy Control Products
Load Logic, Inc. is a Michigan-based technology company that produces the LOAD LOGIC energy control products.
LOAD LOGIC is a unique microprocessor-based energy control unit that reduces the voltage and current profile to the minimum possible in many three-phase motors.
LOAD LOGIC reduces kVa demand, kWh consumption and improves power factor, thereby reducing costs while minimizing vibration and heat.
www.load-logic.com   (107 words)

  
 Load Cell Calibration Services - Calibration Software   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The user is prompted to apply zero load and then loading at various points along the calibration curve.
Once full load is applied the software prompts the user to go down to 50% of full load so that the hysteresis can be calculated.
Once the load is totally removed from the load cell the software displays the calibration curve, calculates the 2nd order best fit straight line and calculates the hysteresis and linearity.
www.sensotec.com /LC_software.shtml   (301 words)

  
 Load Cell Troubleshooting
If the load cell has been physically deformed (bent, stretched, or compressed from original configuration) it is non-repairable.
When the zero reading exceeds the zero balance tolerance but is less than 50% of the full scale output, the load cell may be electronically 're-zeroed' if the electronic readout with the cell allows it; however, there is no guarantee that the load cell will remain linear.
Current flow from the load cell's electronics to the load cell body is usually caused by water contamination within the load cell or its cable.
www.measurespec.com /tips/loadcell.htm   (581 words)

  
 Viral Load Tests | The New Mexico Aids Info Net
The higher the viral load, the higher the risk of transmitting HIV.
Finally, the viral load test is valuable for managing therapy, to see if ARV drugs are controlling the virus.
Recently, researchers have noticed that the viral load of many patients sometimes went from undetectable to a low level (usually less than 500) and then returned to undetectable.
www.aidsinfonet.org /articles.php?articleID=125&newLang=en   (1061 words)

  
 Load Cell | Load Cells from Honeywell Sensotec
These load cells are manufactured as standard, modified standard, and custom sensors to provide fast delivery.
Our load cell is industrially rugged and highly reliable because of their stainless steel construction.
We also offer load cells made of carbon steel and aluminum where these metals are needed to do the job.
www.sensotec.com /loadcell.asp   (332 words)

  
 jchatbox load performances
A load test has been made under a medium server (PIII 800Mhz, 512MB RAM, Windows NT4 and Tomcat 4) with 160 simultaneous users in 20 rooms.
Network load is the amount of sent/received bytes by the server.
Network load is linked to HTML page size tranferred on each message post or refresh.
www.javazoom.net /jzservlets/jchatbox/jchatboxload.html   (529 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Books: Server Load Balancing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Load balancing improves network performance by distributing traffic efficiently so that individual servers are not overwhelmed by sudden fluctuations in activity.
This book gives an organized but purely descriptive overview of server load balancing and should be helpful to anyone who is approaching the subject for the first time but does not require quantitative assessments of the different methods for doing server load balancing.
Both server-based and switch-based load balancers are briefly discussed, but the author does not want to commit to which is the better architecture.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0596000502?v=glance   (1785 words)

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