[Make-wifi-fast] flent adds more text output
dave.taht at gmail.com
Sun Nov 20 06:39:15 EST 2016
I am not convinced the text output is actually correct - see attached graph.
I am testing airtime fairness code on both an archer ap and ubuntu box
on the ath9k, and the udp flows show a peak of 80ms on the plot and a
median of 25ms on the ping, where...
Summary of rrul_be test run 'long-dense-airtime-9-ath9k-archer-c2' (at
avg / median
Ping (ms) ICMP : 32.75 / 32.75 ms
Ping (ms) UDP BE1 : 158.23 / 158.23 ms
Ping (ms) UDP BE2 : 125.31 / 125.31 ms
Ping (ms) UDP BE3 : 121.95 / 121.95 ms
Ping (ms) avg : 135.16 / 135.16 ms
TCP download BE : 6.87 / 6.87 Mbits/s
TCP download BE2 : 6.84 / 6.84 Mbits/s
TCP download BE3 : 6.81 / 6.81 Mbits/s
TCP download BE4 : 6.86 / 6.86 Mbits/s
TCP download avg : 6.84 / 6.84 Mbits/s
TCP download sum : 27.38 / 27.38 Mbits/s
TCP totals : 33.80 / 33.80 Mbits/s
TCP upload BE : 1.59 / 1.59 Mbits/s
TCP upload BE2 : 1.62 / 1.62 Mbits/s
TCP upload BE3 : 1.61 / 1.61 Mbits/s
TCP upload BE4 : 1.60 / 1.60 Mbits/s
TCP upload avg : 1.60 / 1.60 Mbits/s
TCP upload sum : 6.42 / 6.42 Mbits/s
On Sun, Nov 20, 2016 at 3:17 AM, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen <toke at toke.dk> wrote:
> Sebastian Moeller <moeller0 at gmx.de> writes:
>> Hi Dave,
>>> On Nov 19, 2016, at 19:10, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> While I have always encouraged people to "go right to the graphs", I
>>> have generally
>>> wanted a bit more text output to make email comms easier, and toke has
>>> just added
>>> some basic output stats to flent in git head.
>> Is that pushed to github yet? I tried a git pull but got nothing new. Testing with:
>> date ; ping -c 10 netperf-eu.bufferbloat.net ; ./run-flent --ipv4 -l 60 -H netperf-eu.bufferbloat.net rrul_cs8 --remote-metadata=root at 192.168.1.1 -p all_scaled -D . -t IPv4_SQM_LLA-simple-fq_codel-ETH_OH16_U095pct9545of10048K-D90pct46246of51385K_2_netperf-eu
>> did not give any stats. So is the output generic or restricted to
>> specific tests?
> No, it only happens if you don't select another output format; in this
> case a plot. You can select this the summary formatter explicitly (and
> thus turn off plots) by passing '-f summary'. Works when loading a
> previous data file as well...
Let's go make home routers and wifi faster! With better software!
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