Model:readers-writers v.1 (MA)
Parameter(s)K = 40
Property:exp_time_many_requests (exp-time)
Invocation (dd)
/home/tq429871/storm/build/bin/storm --jani /rwthfs/rz/cluster/home/tq429871/git/storm-qcomp-benchmarks/qcomp/benchmarks/ma/readers-writers/readers-writers.40.jani --janiproperty exp_time_many_requests --engine dd --sylvan:maxmem 4096 --sylvan:threads 4 --timemem
Symbolic engine with Sylvan using 4GB memory
Return code:0
Note(s):Unable to obtain tool result.
Storm 1.6.2

Date: Sat Sep  5 21:10:10 2020
Command line arguments: --jani /rwthfs/rz/cluster/home/tq429871/git/storm-qcomp-benchmarks/qcomp/benchmarks/ma/readers-writers/readers-writers.40.jani --janiproperty exp_time_many_requests --engine dd '--sylvan:maxmem' 4096 '--sylvan:threads' 4 --timemem
Current working directory: /rwthfs/rz/cluster/home/tq429871/git/storm-qcomp-benchmarks

Time for model input parsing: 0.003s.

 WARN (cli.cpp:262): The model checking query does not seem to be supported for the selected engine. Storm will try to solve the query, but you will most likely get an error for at least one of the provided properties.
Time for model construction: 1.191s.

Model type: 	Markov Automaton (symbolic)
States: 	1884366 (9462 nodes)
Transitions: 	3815040 (1355711 nodes)
Choices: 	1884366
Reward Models:  none
Variables: 	rows: 14 meta variables (69 DD variables), columns: 14 meta variables (69 DD variables), nondeterminism: 1 meta variables (1 DD variables)
Labels: 	2
   * deadlock -> 0 state(s) (1 nodes)
   * init -> 1 state(s) (70 nodes)

Model checking property "exp_time_many_requests": T[exp]min=? [F (((p_lan_w + p_w) + (p_lan_r + p_r)) > (320 / 10))] ...
ERROR (verification.h:425): The model type Markov Automaton is not supported by the dd engine.
 WARN (model-handling.h:885): Cannot handle property: NotSupportedException: The model type Markov Automaton is not supported by the dd engine.
ERROR (model-handling.h:847): Property is unsupported by selected engine/settings.

Performance statistics:
  * peak memory usage: 2917MB
  * CPU time: 4.765s
  * wallclock time: 1.330s