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openbach:exploitation:reference_scenarios:network:rate:complex_scenario_dev [2019/04/25 15:39]
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 ScenarioObserver creates the scenario / the post_processing is used to request the statistics from the desired jobs (by means of the labels of the openbach-functions) ScenarioObserver creates the scenario / the post_processing is used to request the statistics from the desired jobs (by means of the labels of the openbach-functions)
   - Creation of the scenario by means of the ScenarioObserver (which creates de scenario). This is done thanks to the [[ openbach:​manuals:​user_manual:​index#​using_the_auditorium_scripts | auditoriums scripts]], that will also allow to start/​monitor the scenario.   - Creation of the scenario by means of the ScenarioObserver (which creates de scenario). This is done thanks to the [[ openbach:​manuals:​user_manual:​index#​using_the_auditorium_scripts | auditoriums scripts]], that will also allow to start/​monitor the scenario.
-  - Building of the scenario: by means of the [[openbach:​manuals:​tools_manual:​index#​scenario_builder | scenario builder]] tool, allowing to generate your scenario (several nuttcp/​iperf clients and servers launched with different parameters). See the function [[openbach:​exploitation:​scenarios:​network:​rate:​complex_scenario:​build_dev| create_scenario()]] used in this part of the code for building the scenario.+  - Building of the scenario: by means of the [[openbach:​manuals:​tools_manual:​index#​scenario_builder | scenario builder]] tool, allowing to generate your scenario (several nuttcp/​iperf clients and servers launched with different parameters). See the function [[openbach:​exploitation:​reference_scenarios:​network:​rate:​complex_scenario:​build_dev| create_scenario()]] used in this part of the code for building the scenario.
   - Launch of the scenario and wait for its finalisation.   - Launch of the scenario and wait for its finalisation.
-  - Post-processing of the collected data from jobs, compute an average and plot the results by means of matplotlib. The function used to recover the job instance id of each test is detailed [[openbach:​exploitation:​scenarios:​network:​rate:​complex_scenario:​job_instance_id| here]]. An the used function for create/​print the graphs is detailed [[openbach:​exploitation:​scenarios:​network:​rate:​complex_scenario:​plot_dev| here]].+  - Post-processing of the collected data from jobs, compute an average and plot the results by means of matplotlib. The function used to recover the job instance id of each test is detailed [[openbach:​exploitation:​reference_scenarios:​network:​rate:​complex_scenario:​job_instance_id| here]]. An the used function for create/​print the graphs is detailed [[openbach:​exploitation:​scenarios:​network:​rate:​complex_scenario:​plot_dev| here]].
 <code python> <code python>
  
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