[ndnSIM] Question about measuring RTT for each interest
alexander.afanasyev at ucla.edu
Mon Apr 21 21:39:12 PDT 2014
First column in AppDelayTracer will give you t4. t3 and t1 can be calculated using Last and Full delays.
On Apr 21, 2014, at 7:32 PM, Azar Fazel <azarmehr65 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Alex for the clarification.
> But I still do not know how I can find out which time in app-delays-trace.txt is for example t4 or t3?
> For example I have one consumer that is sending its interests by the rate of 1 packet/s, size of the each interest is 1KB and the band width is 1Mbps. So what time in .txt file gives me for example t3 and t4 in your previous example?
> On Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 5:59 PM, Alex Afanasyev <alexander.afanasyev at ucla.edu> wrote:
> Hi Azar,
> FullDelay is the time between sending the first interest for the data item ("segment") and the reception of the requested Data packet. This time includes all possible retransmissions of Interests for this item, if any.
> LastDelay is the time between last expressed interest for the data item and the reception of the requested Data.
> Let's say, consumer is requesting exactly one Data item and first 2 interests were dropped for some reason:
> t1: -> i1 for /data/1
> (i1 dropped)
> t2: -> i2 for /data/1
> (i2 dropped)
> t3: -> i3 for /data/1
> t4: <- data /data/1
> FullDelay = t4 - t1
> LastDelay = t3 - t4
> Both delayS and delayUS is the same value, just printed in different time units.
> On Apr 21, 2014, at 5:38 PM, Azar Fazel <azarmehr65 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Alex
>> I'm new in ndnSIM. Could you please give me some hint on how can I measure the RTT for each interest?
>> If I got it correct, it seems that "app-delay-tracer" gives this information. But I do not know what does "fulldelay" and "lastdelay" means? I have read the explanation of them from here: http://ndnsim.net/metric.html?highlight=fulldelay
>> but it is very confusing. The delayS and delayUS gives the RTT for "one" interest or they aggregate the delays for all interests from the beginning of simulation?
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