Changes between Version 64 and Version 65 of GeniTmixCalibTutorial


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06/19/14 21:00:18 (5 years ago)
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Ben Newton
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    8787This shows a listing of the most active processes.  You should see tmix at the top of the list once it starts.  Top can also give you an indication of what percentage of the CPU tmix is using ( in the %CPU column).  If you see numbers near 80% or 90% you are near the capacity of the number of connections that this pair of nodes can simulate.  To exit top type 'q'.
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    89 8.  Once the experiment is complete, a list of statistics will be output to the console.  Also, a set of log files with extentions .ert, .trt, .unc, .rt, and .ts will be created in the directory.  While tmix runs it is customary to experience a few errors, where connections fail to open or close.  It is also customary to see several errors at the end of the experiment indicating that some connections failed to close.  If, however, you see a steady stream of errors, something is wrong or you are trying to simulate too much traffic.  Type "Ctrl-c" on both terminals, and verify your tmix.conf file, and ensure you followed the above directions. 
     898.  Once the experiment is complete, a list of statistics will be output to the console.  Also, a set of log files with extensions .ert, .trt, .unc, .rt, and .ts will be created in the directory.  While tmix runs it is customary to experience a few errors, where connections fail to open or close.  It is also customary to see several errors at the end of the experiment indicating that some connections failed to close.  If, however, you see a steady stream of errors, something is wrong or you are trying to simulate too much traffic.  Type "Ctrl-c" on both terminals, and verify your tmix.conf file, and ensure you followed the above directions. 
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    91919.  To determine the number of bytes transferred during your experiment type the following on the '''"right"''' SSH terminal: