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Re: [Xen-cim] Latest slide deck for Xen Summit

To: Jim Fehlig <jfehlig@xxxxxxxxxx>, <xen-cim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-cim] Latest slide deck for Xen Summit
From: Simon Crosby <simon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2006 21:08:35 -0700
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What kind of machine do you need?  We may have one we can bring.  If you
need gear I'll need a full spec of what you require.


On 8/25/06 4:56 PM, "Jim Fehlig" <jfehlig@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> All,
> Find my latest work on the summit presentation attached.  The diagram on
> slide 11 does not include CIM_VSSD or recorded RASD - it was getting
> cluttered with these components and their associations.  I think the
> diagram illustrates the concept of resource allocation as is, but will
> add some of the finer points if desired.  Perhaps we should have 1 slide
> containing a busy diagram that shows the model in action for an active
> vm.  It would bring together all of the 'component' diagrams on previous
> slides.
> Gareth - I don't have source for diagram on slide 8.  You will take care
> of this one?
> Currently for demo I've been thinking along the lines of:
> - Connect to cimom and look in Interop namespace for our profiles
> - Follow ElementConformsToProfile to find host (OMC) CS.
> - Look at pools associated with host CS
> - Look at host resources contained in pool
> - Look at virtual resources (and RASD) allocated from pool
> - Enumerate virtual CS running on host CS by follow HostedDependency
> - Define a virtual CS (will have to use cli for this one as none of the
> free GUI clients support embedded instances)
> - Enumerate virtual CS - see new defined but disabled CS
> - Invoke RequestStateChange() on new CS to move to enabled state
> - Pause/unpause via RequestStateChange()
> - ??
> Feel free to add suggestion for the demo as well.  Still lots of work.
> Would like to have this solidified by the end of next week.
> BTW, I do not have a laptop capable of running this demo :-(.  My plan
> is to bring along a workstation-sized machine loaded with the demo.
> Hopefully I can get access to a monitor on site so I don't have to drag
> that along as well.
> Jim
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