Pengujian Distribusi Beban Web dengan Algoritma Least Connection dan Weighted Least Connection

Nongki Angsar

Abstract


Abstract— The increased of web traffic and the development of
the network bandwidth is relatively faster than the development of microprocessor technology led to today's server platforms one point no longer adequate to meet the needs of system scalability web server. Multiple server platforms is the answer. One solution that has been known is a cluster-based web server system. This research would be testing a web workload distribution on a cluster-based web server system by means of generating HTTP workloads statically (with fast HTTP requests per second is fixed) and dynamic (with HTTP requests per second rapidly changing or ride on a regular basis ) from the client to a web server system pool. Followed by analysis of traffic data packets.
And then compare the results of the testing of the web workload distribution among the Least Connection algorithm (without weights) and Weighted Least Connection algorithm (with weights).

Intisari— Peningkatan lalu-lintas web dan perkembangan
bandwidth jaringan yang relatif lebih cepat dari perkembangan teknologi mikroprosesor dewasa ini menyebabkan platform server satu titik tidak lagi memadai untuk memenuhi kebutuhan skalabilitas sistem server web. Platform server jamak adalah jawabannya. Salah satu solusi yang telah dikenal adalah sistem server web berbasis cluster. Dalam penelitian ini akan dilakukan pengujian distribusi beban kerja web pada sistem server web berbasis cluster dengan cara menghasilkan beban kerja HTTP secara statis (dengan pesat permintaan HTTP per detik yang tetap) dan secara dinamis (dengan pesat permintaan HTTP per detik yang berubah atau naik secara teratur) dari client ke pool sistem server web. Dilanjutkan dengan analisa lalu-lintas paket data. Dan kemudian membandingkan hasil pengujian distribusi beban kerja web tersebut antara algoritma Least Connection (tanpa bobot) dan algoritma Weighted Least Connection (dengan bobot). Keywords— Pengujian Distribusi, Server Web, Klaster.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22146/jnteti.v3i1.38

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