[ndnSIM] How to measure the server load
alexander.afanasyev at ucla.edu
Tue Apr 2 10:57:12 PDT 2013
Rows corresponding to "dev=local(x)" represent only "load" that was generated by local applications. In your specific example, this would indicate how many (and what volume) of Data packets were received from a local application on the node. This information does not represent anything from the content store (cache), which is not an application.
Is it what you're looking for or not?
If you want to know cache "performance" (number of cache hits/misses), you may want to use specialized form of content store and CsTracer (http://ndnsim.net/metric.html#content-store-trace-helper).
If none of these is an acceptable indication of the "load", then we can try to make something else. I'm really open for suggestions/help :)
On Apr 2, 2013, at 6:05 AM, Saran Tarnoi <sarantarnoi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Alex and ndnSIM users,
> The server load is a significant indicator for the in-network caching performance evaluation.
> I understand that we can measure the server load by reading data from the rate tracer file obtained by using ndn::L3RateTracer.
> The event that is related to "dev=local(x)" and "InData" practically represents the server load by the number in the column KilobytesRaw.
> Is it correct?
> Thanks in advance for your time.
> Saran Tarnoi
> Graduate Student
> Department of Informatics
> The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (Sokendai)
> Tokyo, Japan
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