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[condor-users] Condor shuts down our network
- Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 09:18:28 -0500
- From: "David Vestal" <dvestal@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [condor-users] Condor shuts down our network
Our IT dept. noticed that at random times, data would flood into our central manager, overwhelming our internet connection, and effectively shutting us down. This tends to happen on the order of once per week or so, and the attacks have lasted between 5 and 30 minutes. Through logging, we realized that the traffic is all going into or out of the central manager of our grid, and recently we were able to log some of the packets that came in.
All the packets in the most recent attack were from a single machine on our grid. I'm not certain what they are, but it should be obvious to you guys; they begin with some binary data, and end with: Machine = "350-503-KA3DVP4" Name = "350-503-KA3DVP4" MasterIpAddr = "<10.83.1.5:1026>" CondorVersion = "$CondorVersion: 6.4.7 Jan 27 2003 $" CondorPlatform = "$CondorPlatform: INTEL-WINNT40 $" MASTER_Timestamp = 1043702192 MASTER_StartTime = 1080321908 STARTD_Timestamp = 1043702196 STARTD_StartTime = 1080321908 DaemonMaster
It appears to be an update of machine status. Our logging software logged 57874 of them in just over 56 seconds. This seems like abnormal behavior. Has anyone else seen it, or has anyone else a suggestion? This particular machine is no longer appearing on the grid, and I don't have physical access to it. I would also doubt that this machine alone is causing the problem.
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