You can use the chart handles to reorder the active charts in Live view, and you can use the bottom of the handle to
re-size the height of a chart. Disclosure controls enable you to view chart data for an
aggregate of all cores or for each core, for charts that support per-core data.
Below the charts is a list of the known processes and usage statistics
for each of them. This list updates continuously as long as the capture session is
running. When a process dies, its name and ID remain in the list but are shown in gray,
xaos in the following list:
Figure 5-2 Dead process in Live view
NoteTo display data in real time in the Live view, you must set Buffer
Mode to Streaming in the
Capture & Analysis Options dialog box. If
Streaming is not active during a capture
session, Live view still appears, but without any
real time display of data.
At the bottom of the view is a field that enables automatic image
transfer. Enter a regex in the field to match the names of images to retrieve from the
target, and use the checkbox to indicate whether to transfer any libraries that they
The toolbar of the Live view displays the
real time duration of the live capture in seconds. If there is latency in the data
passing from the target, this displays the text Target
latency - resyncing… beside the capture duration, and the
Live view halts scrolling until the data can
If you selected the Discard Data
option in the Capture & Analysis Options
dialog box, the Stop capture and analyze button
in the toolbar is inactive and appears grayed out. This means that when the capture
session terminates, Streamline discards the data.
The Live view is intended to give
feedback during a capture session. The full functionality and data provided by the
various views of Streamline are only available after you have stopped your capture session and
processed the data in the capture.