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[mininet-discuss] How to monitor the dequeue time of packets in DCTCP example

Lianjie Cao gongbaifei at gmail.com
Sun Dec 8 20:36:02 PST 2013


The main question I have is what "mntrace" file is in the command.
Does anyone know about this?
Really need help on this!

Thanks!
Lianjie


On Sat, Dec 7, 2013 at 11:54 PM, Lianjie Cao <gongbaifei at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> When I was reproducing the DCTCP example, I was somehow confused by
> generating inter-dequeue time deviation plots.
> I read the README in dctcp/verify/ directory. But, I still didn't
> understand how to generate the sample output files from
> a specific experiment setup. I found the command like this:
>
> python /path/to/tracing/parse.py -f /path/to/mntrace \
>         --start 10 --end 13 \
>         --plots links \
>         --odir /path/to/plots \
>         --intf s1-eth1 \
>         --logscale \
>         --output_link_data /path/to/sample-output
>
> For instance, if I have completed the experiment with "n=3, bw=300,
> maxq=425". Then I got all the output files as follow:
> "cpu.txt  cwnd.png  ifconfig.txt  iperf_h2.txt  iperf_h3.txt
> netstat.txt  ping.txt  qlen_s1-eth1.txt  tcp_probe.txt  tc-stats.txt
> txrate.txt"
>
> What do those options mean and how should I generate the sample output
> file for the command above?
>
> Thanks a lot!
>
> Lianjie
>
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