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Difference between revisions of "TM/Proposal for RSE Hierarchy by Dave Dykstal 2005x11x09"

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sure its what you envision.
 
sure its what you envision.
  
* Linux System A
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Linux System A
* Linux System B
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Linux System B
* Device X (this could be a core, DSP, or whatever - a "targettable entity")
+
Device X (this could be a core, DSP, or whatever - a "targettable entity")
** '''Processes (subsystem)'''
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      Processes (subsystem)
*** My Processes (filter)
+
            My Processes (filter)
**** Process A (resource)
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                  Process A (resource)
***** Thread 1
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                        Thread 1
***** Thread 2
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                        Thread 2
**** Process B
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                  Process B
***** Thread 1
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                        Thread 1
** '''Modules (subsystem)'''
+
      Modules (subsystem)
*** My Modules (filter)
+
            My Modules (filter)
**** Module 1 (maybe in a different color or decoration if symbols are available or loaded)
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                  Module 1 (maybe in a different color or decoration if symbols are available or loaded)
**** Module 2
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                  Module 2
*** Kernel Extensions
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            Kernel Extensions
**** KEXT1
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                  KEXT1
**** KEXT2
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                  KEXT2
** '''Co-Devices''' (devices in the same "target group" as Device X -- this is something I just dreamed up to get target groups cheaply)
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      Co-Devices (devices in the same "target group" as Device X -- this is something I just dreamed up to get target groups cheaply)
*** Device Type A (filter)
+
            Device Type A (filter)
**** Device W
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                  Device W
**** Device Y
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                  Device Y
*** Device Type B
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            Device Type B
** '''Files (subsystem)'''
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      Files (subsystem)
*** My Files (filter)
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            My Files (filter)
**** Folder F
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                  Folder F
***** File F1
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                        File F1
**** File 1
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                  File 1
** '''Commands'''
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      Commands
*** My Commands
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            My Commands
**** Command 1
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                  Command 1
**** Command 2
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                  Command 2
*** Standard Commands
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            Standard Commands
* Device Y
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Device Y

Revision as of 10:57, 30 November 2005

The main UI point of organization in RSE is the Remote Systems View -- the hierarchical view of systems / subsystems / filterpools / filters / resources / ... One thing I've never asked is how you see this structure playing out in the TM world. Here's one way of looking at it, but I'm not sure its what you envision.

Linux System A
Linux System B
Device X (this could be a core, DSP, or whatever - a "targettable entity")
     Processes (subsystem)
           My Processes (filter)
                 Process A (resource)
                       Thread 1
                       Thread 2
                 Process B
                       Thread 1
     Modules (subsystem)
           My Modules (filter)
                 Module 1 (maybe in a different color or decoration if symbols are available or loaded)
                 Module 2
           Kernel Extensions
                 KEXT1
                 KEXT2
     Co-Devices (devices in the same "target group" as Device X -- this is something I just dreamed up to get target groups cheaply)
           Device Type A (filter)
                 Device W
                 Device Y
           Device Type B
     Files (subsystem)
           My Files (filter)
                 Folder F
                       File F1
                 File 1
     Commands
           My Commands
                 Command 1
                 Command 2
           Standard Commands
Device Y

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