[Olsr-dev] Improving SPF with binary heaps

Diogo Gonçalves (spam-protected)
Thu Sep 17 23:21:33 CEST 2015


Sorry for my long time offline, I had some problems at home that disturbed

I finish my new patch [1] following the plain, if i did something wrong
about the plain, tell me and i'll fix it.

Henning suggested me to use CORE to test my code, I installed the emulator
but I haven't found a way to configure CORE to run my olsrd. Is there a
reference to learn more about olsrd on CORE?

Again, sorry for my time out. I'm available to work on this project and I
want to do this.

Best regards

[1] https://github.com/diogomg/olsrd-binary-heap

2015-08-21 1:40 GMT-03:00 Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)>:

> On Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 2:30 AM, Diogo Gonçalves <
> (spam-protected)> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm finishing my patch, I'll send it to you soon.
>> For now, I just have some issues about how to measure the performance of
>> the priority queues in olsrd. I'm using olsr switch to test my code and I
>> did not find a good way to scale my network and measure the performance. I
>> have some results outside the olsrd(see attachments) using kcachegrind and
>> other tools to do this and now I'm trying to measure the performance into
>> the olsrd too.
>> Is olsr switch the best way to do this?
> No, it is definitely not.
> I would go with an emulator like CORE (from the NRL) or maybe setup a
> bunch of VMs on my own.
> Henning
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