OWMON bus list
Suppose we have a slightly more complicated setup. Two owservers, each with an adapter and one linking to the other:
owserver -s -p 4304
owserver -d /dev/ttyS0 -s 4304 -p 4000
owmon -s 4000
So owmon is monitoring the second owserver (@ port 4000) . In turn, that owserver links to a serial adapter and the first owserver (@ port 4304).
Look at the bus list:
|<root>||owserver @ port 4000||owserver:4000|| none|
|/bus.0||serial adapter in owserver:4000||none||serial (ttyS0)|
|/bus.1||tcp connction to owserver @ port 4304|| owserver:4304|| tcp to 4304|
|/bus.1/bus.0||USB adapter on owserver:4304||none||USB|
In this case, we've chosen bus.1, which corresponds to the tcp connection to the owserver at port 4304.
Note: The ordering of the bus numbers is relatively arbitrary (is depends on the order of the command line).