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guys, can someone help me to convert this C code to .sky file so it can be applied on cooja mote, thank you
(CoAP_Clinet.c & CoAP_Client.h)
and the dependent file
Thinking aloud to open a discussion regarding metrics (PDR):
I have been researching TSCH scheduling and realized that PDR might hide network issues; for example, disconnections may occur in TSCH networks, and after a while the queue is full, and the S.O. notifies the app that it cannot generate data (at least until the link is restored). Disconnections may happen due to failure in node synchronization(IEEE Std 802.15.4 - Section 220.127.116.11). But, the PDR calculus is only performed over the generated and sent data. IMHO, PDR is an excellent measure to assess links, paths, etc. But, it could hide some TSCH issues as MAC disconnections. That's why I relate the PDR with the Expected Generated Packages: Simulation Time, Warmup time and the nodes sending interval (All nodes except root generates).
I don't know if I have explained my point clearly or if my reasoning is correct, but I think it is interesting.
Hi, I have a doubt regarding Cooja's way of running, and I would like some advice...
I have three scenarios and need to perform several runs changing a few parameters (It's working Ok), but after the Gradle adoption, I changed my code to use it.
#https://github.com/ivanilsonjunior/pythonLogParser/blob/4249d9ac554e3f9b3e71fbf495f2099ee791efa8/Runner.py#L58 args = " ".join([self.COOJA_PATH + "/gradlew --no-watch-fs --parallel --build-cache -p", self.COOJA_PATH, "run --args='-nogui=" + filename, "-contiki=" + self.CONTIKI_PATH, "-logdir=" + self.SELF_PATH, "-logname=COOJA.log" + "'"])
Is there some performance gain if I use the old way, cooja.jar (grade fulljar) file, instead of the Gradle?