analysing trace files
Tarik Alj <email@example.com>
Fri, 20 Aug 1999 09:05:34 -0400 (EDT)
You could look in the bin directory, it has a few Perl scripts in there. Or you
could browse the procs used in the "finish" procs in scripts from the
test-suites and exemples. How you want to analyse the trace files really depends
on what you wish to do with it.
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> Subject: analysing trace files
> Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 19:05:54 +0800
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> Dear fellow users,
> Is there any method to efficently analyse trace files? For example, I wish
> to find out the packet delivery ratio, routing overhead and path optimality
> of certain protocols. I know that this has been done by the cmu-ns people
> but I couldn't install cmu extension onto my computer. I have however
> managed to install ns2.1b6 on my Win95 system. Recently I found out that the
> cmu version has a perl script, "totals.pl", which can analysing trace files.
> Does ns2.1b6 has anything like that? Thank you very much.