[brite-users] Sometimes there are missing hosts and interfaces (SSFNet output)
Juan Rodriguez Hervella
Tue Jun 10 03:01:01 2003
On Monday 09 June 2003 20:39, Anukool Lakhina wrote:
> Hi Juan,
> Support for BRITE generated hierarchical topologies in SSFNet is
> experimental and is known to have several bugs, like the one you've
> brought up.
> I can't promise when these will be fixed but if you go ahead
> and fix any bugs, please do let me know and I'll make sure you're changes
> are incorporated and released in the next version. Thank you!
Do you have any bug-tracking system like "bugzilla" to see
the bugs that have already been reported ?
How can we know if you've already fixed a bug ? It would be
interesting to have a tool like "CVSweb" to be able to follow
the current development you're doing. After digging in your
web I guess you aren't using such tools. These are only a
couple of thoughts that come to my mind, please don't get
Regarding this bug, where do you think it is ?, either in the code
in charge of generating the top-down topology or in the code
in charge of generating the SSFNet files ?
Thanks for your help.
> On Mon, 9 Jun 2003, Juan Rodriguez Hervella wrote:
> > Hello:
> > Have you ever realized that sometimes BRITE generates that kind
> > of output files ? I mean, I've tried to generate a "Top Down" topology
> > with "AS Nodes" = 100 and "Router Nodes" = 10, and the SSFNet files
> > contain missing hosts and missing interfaces.
> > Has anybody else found out these problems ?
> > Thanks!
> > --
> > JFRH
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