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openbach:exploitation:reference_scenarios:service:traffic_mix:index [2020/06/29 16:52]
dpradas
openbach:exploitation:reference_scenarios:service:traffic_mix:index [2020/10/22 09:54]
kuhnn
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 | data_transfer | File transfer | [[https://​forge.net4sat.org/​openbach/​openbach/​tree/​master/​src/​jobs/​core_jobs/​metrology/​iperf3|iperf3]] | | data_transfer | File transfer | [[https://​forge.net4sat.org/​openbach/​openbach/​tree/​master/​src/​jobs/​core_jobs/​metrology/​iperf3|iperf3]] |
  
-The description of each traffic to be launched has to be put in an extra_args file, which will be described in the next section. This scenario can be found [[https://​forge.net4sat.org/​openbach/​openbach-extra/​blob/​master/​executors/​references/​executor_service_traffic.py|here]].+The description of each traffic to be launched has to be put in an extra_args file, which will be described in the next section. This scenario can be found [[https://​forge.net4sat.org/​openbach/​openbach-extra/​blob/​master/​executors/​references/​executor_service_traffic_mix.py|here]].
  
 You can launch the service scenario with the following command: You can launch the service scenario with the following command:
  
 <code shell> <code shell>
-python3 generate_service_traffic.py ​-o -p your_project --extra_args_traffic path_to_traffic_args_file ​--entity_pp ​your_entity run+python3 generate_service_traffic.py -p your_project ​@path_to_traffic_args_file ​--post-processing-entity ​your_entity run
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
 ==== extra_args file description ==== ==== extra_args file description ====
  
-This file contains all the information needed to generate the traffics. It is composed of several lines, one per traffic. Each line can be split into 2 parts: first the arguments common to all the traffics, then the arguments linked to the traffic declared in this line. An example can be found [[https://​forge.net4sat.org/​openbach/​openbach-extra/​blob/​master/​reference_scenarios/generate_service_traffic_mix_arg.txt|here]].+This file contains all the information needed to generate the traffics. It is composed of several lines, one per traffic. Each line can be split into 2 parts: first the arguments common to all the traffics, then the arguments linked to the traffic declared in this line. An example can be found [[https://​forge.net4sat.org/​openbach/​openbach-extra/​blob/​master/​executors/references/​executor_service_traffic_mix_arg.txt|here]].
  
 The first part must be formatted as follows: The first part must be formatted as follows:
openbach/exploitation/reference_scenarios/service/traffic_mix/index.txt · Last modified: 2020/10/22 10:36 by kuhnn