[ns] ns halting with no error information
Tarik Alj <email@example.com>
Thu, 21 Dec 2000 10:11:52 -0500 (EST)
$ns at $totalTime "finish"
would be better, in my humble opinion...
>What is the stop time you set in your simulation? Probably, you can post
>your script, so that people can have a clear idea of what happened.
>I'm not sure it will help since the script is fairly long, but I'll give it a
>try. The script is attached below. The stop time I set was 150 seconds.
>In the script, GTACK users (tacks,tackh,tackd) are a custom made protocol. I
>don't think the problem's in my code. I've had a similar problem before and
>tracked it down to regular ns code.
>#Creation of a large scale simulation, with 100 users on a wireless downlink
>#with the wireline link connecting the router to the base station.
>set ns [new Simulator]
>set tracenam 0
>set traceW 0
>set delta 0.35
>set mp 392
>set df 1
>set pf0 0.01
>set pf1 0.01
>set pr0 0.0
>set pr1 0.0
>set seed 124817
>#set seed 123787
>set totalTime 150.0
>set HopDelayMax 0.08
>$ns at 0.0 "inform"
>$ns at totalTime "finish"