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Hello, everyone. I want to ask a question a little related with the computer. Suppose the requests from the users are shared by more servers as we have deployed more servers. Thus every server "undertakes less load"? Is it right if I say in this way? Any suggestion will be appreciated. Look forward to your reply. Thank you in advance. regard.

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It might be idiomatic to use a linking verb, for example,

Every sever is less loaded.

You can convey the sense of the load being spread among more servers with:

The new servers we brought on line have distributed the server load.

There are many examples of reducing the server load, for example,

How To Reduce Server Load Of Your WordPress Blog

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It seems that

loaded

is a commonly used adjective that refers to the load of a server, see for example this book. There are also algorithms to find the

Least Loaded Server

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