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BLD-3.16 release

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It's been quite a long time since the announcement of the Barbershop Load
Distribution (BLD) Algorithm. Quite a few changes have been made, since then.
Now it more reflects what it really should be Wink. It's a simplistic approach
towards load balancing, typical x86 SMP boxes should run okay (tested personally)
, but, yes it can break your boxes too. I'm looking forward to get some feedback,
to keep further development up and going.

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