Consistent-hash - consistent hashing in C#

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Consistent hashing in C#. Each call to GetNode() costs only 1 or 2 macro-seconds. It may be the fastest consistent hashing in C#. This is a serious implementation that can work with over 10000 back-end servers, while many others cannot support more than 100 back-end servers for performance reason.

http://code.google.com/p/consistent-hash

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