[ndnSIM] Performance of ndnSIM
ju.wulfheide at gmail.com
Mon Jan 12 05:45:55 PST 2015
thanks a lot! Compiling in optimized mode made everything much faster.
I totally forgot about that.
But it should do!
On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 9:33 PM, Alex Afanasyev
<alexander.afanasyev at ucla.edu> wrote:
> Hi Julian,
> Did you compile NS-3/ndnSIM in optimized mode? Debug mode is several orders of magnitude slower.
> Also. How long are you simulations? ndnSIM is trying to realistically simulate NDN operations, so there are limitations on how many operations can be performed. To shorten simulation time you can look into scaling your simulation or check NS-3 MPI module, with which you can partition your network run simulation on multiple CPU cores / machines.
>> On Jan 11, 2015, at 9:25 AM, Julian Wulfheide <ju.wulfheide at gmail.com> wrote:
>> how have you guys experienced the performance of ndnSIM. I try to run
>> simulations where 16 Consumers request 100 times per second (later on,
>> I would need even higher frequencies). That should not be too much,
>> right?! But the simulations are extremly slow. So slow that I was not
>> able to finish even one simulation. I have changed the routing
>> algorithm, but the profiler does not show any slow spots in my
>> changes. I also have installted tracers on some nodes, but already
>> increased the interval for one of them:
>> ndn::L3AggregateTracer::Install (someNodes, l3TracerFile.str(),
>> ndn::AppDelayTracer::Install (otherNodes, appDelayTracerFile.str());
>> What else could I do to increase performance?
>> Best, Julian
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