[ndnSIM] Re: L3AggregateTracer
alexander.afanasyev at ucla.edu
Mon Jun 24 14:18:15 PDT 2013
by 1.000s you mean one second or thousand of seconds? If you wrote in your scenario something like ... Seconds (1.000) ..., then it actually means just one second, and since the tracer writes data only every seconds (by default), you're not getting any data written into the file.
On Jun 24, 2013, at 2:08 PM, Flávio Queiroz <flavioqueiroz2004 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> I'm trying to simulate the following scenario:
> PIT_Size Router = 10.000 interest;
> PIT_Size Attacker and Consumer = no limit ;
> Pit_timeout Router = 1s;
> Attack rate = ConsumerCbr exponential 7.000/s inexistent interest ;
> Consumer rate = ConsumerCbr exponential 3.000/s existent interest ;
> Simulation time = 1.000s
> The problem is that when the simulation ends the L3AggregateTracer
> file is generated without values.
> When I simulate with shorter times (10s, 100s) I have no problem.
> Do you know what is happening?
> Thank you in advance,
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