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Mechanism for realistic application/network modeling using a workload description

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A method for benchmarking a computer system comprises encoding a profile of the computer system in a readable medium to form an encoded computer readable medium. This profile is interpretable by a test server so that the test server is able to simulate the interaction between the system server and one or more system clients. The profile of the computer system includes a first set of tokens and data associated therewith configured to describe a workload to be executed by test server and a second set of tokens configured to describe actions taken by one or more test clients to simulate one or more system clients interacting with the system server.

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