shahab371 at gmail.com
Fri May 11 17:36:11 UTC 2012
Thank you Dimitry
well I dont think that I'll go for making my own distribution, rather I
use the existing ones. But I need a little documentation about existing
ones, like zipf(64) , I have no idea how large it is? the only thing
I found says : "Zipf(1): *zipf(world_size)*" . its alittle bit unclear
for me, is there any documentation for that?
On 11 May 2012 18:39, Dmitry Kurochkin <
dmitry.kurochkin at measurement-factory.com> wrote:
> Hi Shahab.
> shahab bakhtiyari <shahab371 at gmail.com> writes:
> > Hi guys
> > Yet another question for me(thank you very very much for previous
> > responses),
> > I am wondering if the objects' size used in webaxe-1(or generally in all
> > workload(s) are realistic? or how much they are close to true size?
> > I mean , using exp(4.5kb) with mean4.5kb and max 53kb for image
> > objects sounds too little, is'nt that?
> > or 300kb for downloads? am I totally wrong?
> You may be right. I do not think these sizes match average object or
> image on the Internet. But usually what you are interested in is
> simulating *your* traffic properties.
> The numbers in the provided workloads should be a good starting point.
> But for best results you should create distributions that match your
> needs. See  for details on user-defined distributions. Creating
> proper distributions for your tests may be difficult. You will need
> some existing data for it (e.g. Squid access logs). Then you analyze it
> with some auxiliary tools to get percentages for distributions (for
> Squid access logs you might use access2pgl tool from
>  http://www.web-polygraph.org/docs/reference/tabdistr.html
> > thank you
> > --Shahab
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