Xmark



Xmark(1)                                                              Xmark(1)




NAME

       Xmark - summarize x11perf results


SYNTAX

       Xmark datafile


DESCRIPTION

       Xmark  is a shell script that reads the indicated datafile and compiles
       a benchmark which it writes to standard output.  It writes  three  num-
       bers:

              A weighted performance number for the x11perf results.

              A  weighted  performance  number  for a standard SparcStation 1,
              with SunOS 4.1.2, X11R5 Xsun, and a CG3 dumb Color Frame Buffer.

              The Xmark, which is the ratio of the two numbers above.

       The  datafile must be an ordinary file, produced by x11perf in the fol-
       lowing way:

       x11perf -display display -v1.3 -rop GXcopy GXxor -all > datafile

       It is possible to run the GXcopy and GXxor tests separately, as long as
       they are concatenated to the same output file:

       x11perf -display display -v1.3 -rop GXcopy -all > datafile
       x11perf -display display -v1.3 -rop GXxor -all >> datafile

       or

       x11perf -display display -v1.3 -rop GXxor -all > datafile
       x11perf -display display -v1.3 -rop GXcopy -all >> datafile



FILES

       temp.$$
              Temporary  file  created in the current directory, deleted after
              use.


DIAGNOSTICS

       Usage: Xmark datafile
              Xmark was invoked without arguments or with more than one  argu-
              ment, or with options.  Xmark takes no options.

       Error: data file does not exist or is not ordinary.
              Xmark cannot find the datafile named on its command line, or the
              datafile is a special file such as a directory.

       WARNING: datafile contains nnn, not 441 or 447 trep results;
              The file named on the command line does not seem to  be  a  file
              generated by x11perf in the expected way.

       Diagnostic: ERROR: sum of weights =nnn, not equal to 4566.0;
              There is an internal error in Xmark.


SEE ALSO

       X(7x), x11perf(1), x11perfcomp(1)



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