[ndnSIM] PIT size

Raaid Alubady raaid.alubady at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 12 00:07:55 PST 2015

 Thank you so much Alex for your time;
I appreciate your explanation and comments as well as you are the best.
Actually, I designed a new approach to implement PIT table and on the same time to prevent the PIT become overflow by using AQM concept. Now I want to test my logic design by using ndnSIM to be sure it's valid. In order that, My questions:
1- How to determine the PIT table size (I mean the size; what is the min and max PIT table size can I assign) in my scenario?
2- Are you have any example, scenario deal with the PIT? Especially in term of replacement policy or any other else.
How can I define the request traffic in order to generate the number of pending interests and how much? Raaid Alubady
Doctoral Researcher 
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School of Computing, Universiti Utara Malaysia
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     On Wednesday, November 11, 2015 8:11 PM, Alex Afanasyev <aa at CS.UCLA.EDU> wrote:

> On Nov 6, 2015, at 7:05 PM, Raaid Nasur Kadham Al-ubady <raaid.alubaidy at internetworks.my> wrote:
> Hello everyone;
> Currently, I am a Ph.D student in the school of computing, computer
> science department, university utara malaysia. My research area is  a
> scalability on PIT in NDN.
> In my study, I want to simulate a different PIT size, according to that,
> from where
> can I start as well as what is the minimum and maximum size should I
> assigned?

Hi Raaid,

What do you mean by PIT size?  The number of pending interests is defined by the request traffic.  Do you mean you want to limit the number of pending interests in PIT or something else?

If it is the limit, you need to implement this limit based on the logic you want, i.e., what should happen when the limit is reached---remove some existing entry or refuse new entry.


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