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X11PERFCOMP(1)									   X11PERFCOMP(1)

       x11perfcomp - X11 server performance comparison program

       x11perfcomp [ -r | -ro ] [ -l label_file ] files

       The  x11perfcomp  program merges the output of several x11perf(1) runs into a nice tabular
       format.	It takes the results in each file, fills in any missing test  results  if  neces-
       sary, and for each test shows the objects/second rate of each server.  If invoked with the
       -r or -ro options, it shows the relative performance of each server to the first server.

       Normally, x11perfcomp uses the first file specified to determine which specific	tests  it
       should  report on.  Some (non-DEC :) servers may fail to perform all tests.  In this case,
       x11perfcomp automatically substitutes in a rate of 0.0 objects/second.	Since  the  first
       file  determines  which tests to report on, this file must contain a superset of the tests
       reported in the other files, else x11perfcomp will fail.

       You can provide an explicit list of tests to report on by using the -l switch to specify a
       file of labels.	You can create a label file by using the -label option in x11perf.

       x11perfcomp accepts the options listed below:

       -r	       Specifies that the output should also include relative server performance.

       -ro	       Specifies that the output should include only relative server performance.

       -l label_file   Specifies a label file to use.

       There are no X defaults used by this program.

       X(7), x11perf(1)

       Mark Moraes wrote the original scripts to compare servers.
       Joel McCormack just munged them together a bit.

X Version 11				  x11perf 1.5.4 			   X11PERFCOMP(1)
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