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SPEC JBB2005 Flag Descriptions

Flag Descriptions

Tuning flags in the notes sections of the full disclosures can be cryptic. The files below, which are provided by the submitters of the results, will help explain the features used for each result. Further information about the particulars of any flags can be obtained directly from the tester.

These descriptions have been submitted to SPEC; see the disclaimer before studying any disclosures.

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[TXT]DELL-20050614.txt 17-Jun-2005 11:10 1.5K
[TXT]FUJITSU-20051221.txt 21-Dec-2005 07:29 3.4K
[TXT]Fujitsu-20060315.txt 17-Mar-2006 00:21 3.6K
[TXT]Fujitsu-20070228.txt 05-Mar-2007 03:22 5.4K
[TXT]Fujitsu-Siemens-20060221.txt 09-Mar-2006 04:51 2.7K
[TXT]Fujitsu-Siemens-20060309.txt 09-Mar-2006 04:45 2.8K
[TXT]Fujitsu-Siemens-20061108.txt 10-Nov-2006 02:05 2.8K
[TXT]HP-20060913.txt 13-Sep-2006 19:45 834
[TXT]SUN-20050620.txt 20-Jun-2005 15:40 533
[TXT]SUN-20051205.txt 05-Dec-2005 20:36 1.5K

Naming Convention

The file names are in the form of TESTER-[Optional SYSTEM or OS Identifier]-YYYYMMDD.txt where TESTER is the name of the tester, and YYYYMMDD represents the year, month, and day that that tester provided the flag description.

Because a single flag description is often used for a number of results often over a period of months, the best way to select the correct flag descriptions is to look for the most recent file from the appropriate tester that is near or prior to the Test Date listed near the top of the results page(s).