- 命令行终端下，输入make install。
- 一般的解析文件的命令格式为sc_analysis_dump ﬁle1.warts，可用>>输入到指定的文件中，实例如：
sc_analysis_dump ﬁle1.warts >> file1.txt
sc_analysis_dump man page: convert scamper traces to something easily parsed with perl
sc_analysis_dump—dump of traceroute data in a format that is easily parsed.
sc_analysis_dump [ −cCdeghHiloprst][ −D debug-count][ −G geo-server]
[ −S skip-count][file . ..]
The sc_analysis_dump utility provides a dump of traceroute data in a format that is easily parsed by
scripts. Each line output contains a summary of a single trace, and includes the interfaces visited and the
delay of each response. The output format is identical to that of sk_analysis_dump from CAIDA, except that
it uses the scamper ﬁle API to read both arts++ ﬁles produced by skitter and warts ﬁles produced by scamper.
The options are as follows:
−c disables printing the cycle number in each line of output.
−C disables printing the comments about the output at the top of the output.
−d disables printing the destination address in each line of output.
for each input ﬁle stop reading after the speciﬁed number of traces.
−e adds the response from the destination to each line of output.
−g use geographical data from netacuity.Not all builds of sc_analysis_dump support this option.
speciﬁes the name of the netacuity server to use.
−h prints a help message and then exits.
−H disables printing the halt ﬁelds: whytraceroute halted and data for that reason.
−i disables printing the RTT to each hop, and howmanytries were required.
−l disables printing the list id in each line of output.
−o prints each line of output using the old format from sk_analysis_dump 1.0.
−p disables print path data in each line of output.
−r disables printing the data associated the response from a destination: the RTT,the TTL of the probe,and the TTL of the response.
−s disables printing the source IP address in each line of output.
skips the deﬁned number of traces from each input ﬁle.
−t disables printing the timestamp of when the traceroute began.
There is one trace per line. Fields are separated by a tab character.The output is structured into header ﬁelds
(2 to 6), reply ﬁelds (7 to 10) corresponding to the response receivedfrom the destination, halt ﬁelds (11 and
12), and hop ﬁelds (beginning at index13).
Indicates the type of line and determines the meaning of the remaining ﬁelds. This will always be ’T’ for an IP trace.
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Source IP of skitter/scamper monitor performing the trace.
Destination IP being traced.
ID of the destination list containing this destination address. This value will be zero if no list ID
wasprovided. A ListId is a 32 bit unsigned integer.
ID of current probing cycle. A cycle is a single run through a givenlist. A CycleId is a 32 bit
unsigned integer.For skitter traces, cycle IDs will be equal to or slightly earlier than the time-
stamp of the ﬁrst trace in each cycle. There is no standard interpretation for scamper cycle IDs.
This value will be zero if no cycle ID was provided.
Timestamp when trace begantothis destination.
Whether a response from the destination was received. The character R is printed if a reply was
received. The character N is printed if no reply was received. Since skitter sends a packet with a
TTL of 255 when it halts probing, it is still possible for the ﬁnal destination to send a reply and
for the HaltReasonData (see below) to not equal no_halt. Note: scamper does not perform this
last-ditch probing at TTL 255 by default.
The RTT (ms) of ﬁrst response packet from destination. This value is zero if DestReplied is N.
TTL set in request packet which elicited a response (echo reply) from the destination. This value
is zero if DestReplied is N.
TTL found in reply packet from destination. This value is zero if DestReplied is N.
Asingle character corresponding to the reason, if any, why incremental probing stopped. Sis
printed if the destination was reached or there is no halt data. Uisprinted if an ICMP unreach-
able message was received. L is printed if a loop was detected. Gisprinted if the gaplimit was
Extra data about whyprobing halted. If HaltReason is S, the zero is output. If HaltReason is U,
the ICMP code of the unreachable message is printed. If HaltReason is L, the length of the loop
is printed. If HaltReason is G, the length of the gap is printed.
Whether all hops to destination were found. Cisprinted if the trace is complete, all hops are
found. I is printed if the trace is incomplete, at least one hop is missing (i.e., did not respond).
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Response data for each hop. If multiple IP addresses respond at the same hop, response data for
each IP address are separated by semicolons:
IP,RTT,numTries (for only one responding IP) IP,RTT,numTries;IP,RTT,numTries;… (for multiple
where IP is the IP address which sent a TTL expired packet, RTT is the RTT of the TTL expired
packet, and numTries is the number of tries before a response was receivedfrom the TTL.
This ﬁeld has the value ’q’ if there was no response at a hop.
sc_analysis_dump ﬁle1.warts ﬁle2.warts
will decode and print the traceroute objects in ﬁle1.warts, followed by the traceroute objects in ﬁle2.warts.
gzcat ﬁle1.warts.gz | sc_analysis_dump
will decode and print the traceroute objects in the uncompressed ﬁle supplied on stdin.