saeid.montazeri at gmail.com
Tue Jun 4 03:21:57 PDT 2013
You can set the content store size to 1. If the number of total packets in
your network is very large compare to the number of nodes with cache size
equal to 1, the effect of cache size equals 1 is negligible and it is
similar to CS with size zero. CS size equals to 0 was interpreted as
unlimited cache size as far as I know.
But if you need to disable CS in total, you should write a new cache policy
which disables the cache. You can see how the LRU, FIFO, ... policies have
been implemented and follows the implementation style.
On Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 5:38 PM, Axel Pinto <pinto2304 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I want to test the different policies of the caching and for that I want
> to disable the caching from all the routers except one. I do not find how
> to do this. Can you help me, please ?
> Best Ragrds.
> Axel Pinto.
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