BAPCo Webmark 2001
BAPCo supplied us with their latest new benchmark by the name of 'Webmark2001 '. This benchmark is supposed to test the 'Internet-performance' of a system via a simulation of a web-session on a client system.
It is quite a bit of work to set-up the testing environment, because the benchmark requires that the to-be-tested client system gets hooked up to a dedicated web-server via a network connection.
The workload of WebMark includes a combination of Internet technologies such as:
- Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Apple Quicktime
- Cycore Cult3D
- Macromedia Flash
- Microsoft Agent, ASP, Windows Media Player, VML
- RealNetworks RealAudio and RealVideo
You start the benchmark from within Microsoft's Internet Explorer and then it connects to different sites simulated by the web server mentioned above.
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