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Task/job scheduling problem – allocation of capacity of servers with different specifications

I wrapped my head around the following problem, for which I can not immediately come up with an optimal answer:

  • I have multiple servers, all which have different specifications
  • I have two types of jobs:
    1. Single jobs that should be executed as quickly as possible, but should not interrupt any jobs that are currently being executed
    2. Recurring jobs of a varying recurrence interval. These jobs should be executed roughly at the same time (for example, once every 6 hours), but there is room for flexibility (however, in this example, it should be ‘as close to running every 6 hours as possible’). When these jobs are scheduled for the first time, the job is allowed to start anywhere between ‘now’ (time of specification of job) and the recurrence interval (if the job should be executed once in every 6 hours, it should be first scheduled to execute at maximum 6 hours after the job was specified).

The difference in server specifications enable different servers to be able to ‘tackle’ different types of jobs. The type of a job is always known when the job is specified, and it is also always known which servers are able to tackle which different kinds of jobs. The interval within which recurring jobs should be executed is also given. The execution time which a job takes to complete is not known, but estimated.

For clarity, I have come up with a more formal formulation of the fixed parameters in the problem:

  • We have a finite set of $P$ job categories $K: {k_1, ldots, k_p}$
  • Every job $j_i$ ‘belongs’ to a different category: $c(j_i) in K$
  • We have a finite set of $Q$ servers $S: {s_1, ldots, s_q}$
  • A server is able to ‘return’ its list of allowed job types, every server is able to tackle one or more job types: $forall x exists y, x in S, l(x) = y, y subset K$ (using l(x) as a dummy function to return the accepted job types)

The insights I have had so far are:

  • There should be some proportional (or possibly exponential) penalty when a job is deviating from its interval
  • I should maybe incorporate some sort of heuristic function $h(j_i, t)$ where $t$ is a timestamp and $j_i$ is a job, where $h()$ returns some sort of confidence measure which conveys the extent to which the scheduler ‘thinks’ it is able to successfully allocate the job at the given time.
  • I should maybe work with some queue architecture which insert single jobs at always at the head and may put recurring jobs in the queue earlier than scheduled based on the heuristic function.
  • I should maybe schedule new recurring jobs as far away from other already-scheduled jobs, as to prevent from delays in the queue due to bad job-execution-time estimations

I’m pretty sure that this types of problems come up all the time, and although I am familiar with general solutions to task scheduling problems (round-robin etc.), I am wondering how problems like mine are tackled ‘in the field’.

Thank you very much!

tls – What are the risks of a client application not verifying the server’s certificate in an internal network?

Suppose the following:

  • I have a domain controller (DC) in my corporate network (ACME.local). The domain controller has a self-signed/internally generated certificate, obtained through ACME’s PKI.

  • I have an application installed on a Windows machine, also in the ACME internal network. The machine has the ACME root certs installed on it.

  • The application needs to speak to the ACME DC, however the application does not use the Windows cert store. It has its own cert store but won’t accept self-signed certs.

  • The application will therefore fail to establish a secure connection with the DC via LDAPS because it’ll reject the self-signed cert the DC presents to the application.

  • The application does however provide an option to “disable server certificate verification” when connecting to the DC. Now, the application is able to successfully connect to the DC and perform read-only queries.

In this scenario, how big a risk is there when an application communicates via LDAPS to a DC without actually verifying the DC’s certificate?

Of course, such a set-up does somewhat negate the ‘S’ in LDAPS but if this is all in an internal network, and all DC interaction is read-only querying, is my security sin partially absolvable?

linux – Unable to setup a GRE tunnel between 2 servers

I currently have 2 servers:

Server A: 2.2.2.2

Server B: 3.3.3.3

I want to create a GRE tunnel from server A to server B.

I have ipforwarding enabled on server A:

cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
1

On server A I setup the tunnel using:

sudo iptunnel add gre2 mode gre local 2.2.2.2 remote 3.3.3.3 ttl 255
sudo ip addr add 192.168.168.1/30 dev gre2
sudo ip link set gre2 up

On server B I used the following commands:

sudo iptunnel add gre2 mode gre local 3.3.3.3 remote 2.2.2.2 ttl 255
sudo ip addr add 192.168.168.2/30 dev gre2
sudo ip link set gre2 up
sudo echo '200 GRE2' >> /etc/iproute2/rt_tables
sudo ip rule add from 192.168.168.0/30 table GRE2
sudo ip route add default via 192.168.168.1 table GRE2

I am able to ping using the GRE tunnel from both servers using

ping 192.168.168.2 (on server A)
ping 192.168.168.1 (on server B)

On Server A I add the following ip-table rules

sudo iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 192.168.168.0/30 ! -o gre+ -j SNAT --to-source 2.2.2.2
sudo iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -d 2.2.2.2 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.168.2
sudo iptables -A FORWARD -d 192.168.168.2 -m state --state NEW,ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT

At this point I cannot ping server A (2.2.2.2) from my local machine, if I remove the following 3 iptable rules I am able to ping server A again. Although if I’m connected to Server A I can still ping 192.168.168.2.

I have tried to use ipip instead of gre, which effectively was replacing mode gre with ipip but I came across the same problem with the iptable rules.

I also already have a GRE tunnel with server B with another server C (3.3.3.3) using the subnet 10.0.0.0, and rt table value of 100 instead of 200. I don’t believe this is causing the problem, as I’m using a different subnet and gre name.

Reverse path filtering is also disabled for both tunnels on server B

cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/gre2/rp_filter
0
cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/gre1/rp_filter
0

Is there a configuration step that I’m missing here? I’m unsure why these iptable rules are causing external packets to be lost as I already used these in the previous tunnel setup.

Fresh Out of the Gate: Central Servers Debuts with $3.99/mo VPS in Kansas City, USA!

Central Servers is a new hosting company and James recently contacted us to get their first offer posted on LEB.

And when I saw new, I mean brand new.  But they’ve ticked off all the essentials: they’re registered in Florida (as SunBiz, L18000272503 FEI/EIN Number83-265590), running a proper datacenter (UnrealServers in Kansas City, USA), and have a special offer for LEB readers!  OK, I suppose that last one isn’t completely essential for business success but I highly recommend it to all providers.

Their VPS line ranges from 2GB up to 10GB but you can get started with 1GB for $3.99/mo!

They accept Paypal and Coinbase Commerce (which is BTC, LTC, ETH, USDT, XLM, etc.)  Be sure to review their terms of service.

I view our role here at LowEndBox as (to paraphrase the ABC Sports announcer) “spanning to globe to bring you constant variety in hosting!”  Part of that is featuring new and upcoming hosts.  Central Servers is unproven here so if you decide you want to give them a spin, please make sure to share your experience in the comments below!

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I’m Andrew, techno polymath and long-time LowEndTalk community Moderator. My technical interests include all things Unix, perl, python, shell scripting, and relational database systems. I enjoy writing technical articles here on LowEndBox to help people get more out of their VPSes.

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Email tags / labels syncronization via IMAP mail servers

I am using several email accounts (Yahoo, Gmail, etc.) and connect to them via Thunderbird Client and IMAP protocol. I used to mark my emails with labels or (nowadays called) tags which used to get synchronized between computers via the IMAP servers. But recently it stopped working with Yahoo Mail (at the same time it still works with Gmail and some others). Is there a problem with Yahoo or did they change policy or settings? Does anyone know a list of email providers who support tag/label synchronization via IMAP?

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Bold words from BulletHost, who contacted us to share an offer with our readers.  They’re a Bulgarian company (registration 206112702) who’s been in the game since 2018.  This is their first appearance on LEB.

They offer a range of services, from shared to VPS to dedicated to RDP.  They state that they don’t keep logs for shared/VPS/RDP.

In their own words:

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At first we didn’t plan on selling hosting or VPS servers to customers, but then we decided to open our services to the public back in late 2018 under the name “Cloudwall hosting”.  Slowly our website started gaining popularity and interest so in 2019 we rebranded our hosting to “Bullethost” and decided to offer more services than just regular web hosting.

In the beginning of 2020 we listed VPS and Dedicated servers as a service on our website and now we offer RDP servers and even custom deals depending on our customer’s needs.  We are unique because we make friends with our customers and for us quality and friendly communication is the number one priority.

Bullethost is not a huge corporate bussiness, it’s more of a service for regular people from regular people where you get both quality and great support at much lower prices.  We always took our customer’s ideas of improvement really serious and we are working hard everyday to provide excellent quality of service.

Bullethost is a place where both regular and new customers can get all their hosting needs fulfilled in a professional and timely manner.  See you onboard ! :)”

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Ping IP: 5.253.86.28


HOST NODE SPECIFICATIONS

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

raindog308

I’m Andrew, techno polymath and long-time LowEndTalk community Moderator. My technical interests include all things Unix, perl, python, shell scripting, and relational database systems. I enjoy writing technical articles here on LowEndBox to help people get more out of their VPSes.