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In a distributed fault-tolerant server system realized according to the open group model, inconsistency will (temporarily) arise between the dynamic membership of the replicated service and its client-side representation in the event of server failures and recoveries. The paper proposes techniques for maintaining this consistency and discuss their performance implications in failure/recovery scenarios where clients load balance requests on the servers. Comparative performance measurements isdoi:10.1109/pccc.2004.1395180 dblp:conf/ipccc/MelingH04 fatcat:sh742mihcbbmhekpycqdjkwagm