[Battlemesh] WBMv10: CDF graphs of ping test

Leonardo Maccari mail at leonardo.ma
Wed Jun 21 07:46:37 CEST 2017

On 21/06/17 07:16, Henning Rogge wrote:
> Battlemesh allowed me to finally track down a bug in the address
> compressor of olsrd2, which sometimes depending on the order and
> pattern of addresses made tlvs vanish... Not sure this helps
> explaining it, but I consider this Battlemesh a good success.

thanks for sharing this Henning,

It was my first battlemesh fully devoted to the tesbed, and I it was fun
to see how the process of setting up the testbed and doing the tests
tangibly helps developers to track their bugs and test new features. I
think next year we will do much better, and achieve also good comparison


> Henning
> Am 16.06.2017 10:32 schrieb "Juliusz Chroboczek"
> <jch at pps.univ-paris-diderot.fr <mailto:jch at pps.univ-paris-diderot.fr>>:
>     > BMX7 is the winner in all tests except 8-17 (where it is soundly
>     beaten
>     > by Babel).
>     Looking at the data again, I retract that.
>       Babel wins 8-17
>       OLSRv1 wins 8-2
>       9-17 is a draw between BMX7 and OLSRv1
>       9-2 is difficult to judge, I'd say BMX7 wins closely followed by
>     OLSRv1
>     The surprising result is the rather poor showing of OLSRv2 (was it
>     badly
>     configured), as well as the somewhat inconsistent showing of Babel --
>     almost perfect results in 8-17, but a fair number of outliers in
>     the other
>     tests.  The data is consistent with the time constants for starvation
>     avoidance being too large, I'll try reducing them for next time.
>     -- Juliusz
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