Área de Uso del CPU(CPU Usage Area)
El área de Uso del CPU muestra dónde el tiempo es gastado en su juego. Cuando es seleccionado, el panel inferior muestra información jerárquica de tiempo para el frame seleccionado.
Drag chart labels up and down to reorder the way the CPU chart is stacked.
Seleccionando Items Individuales
Cuando un ítem es seleccionado en el panel inferior, su contribución a la gráfica del CPU es subrayada (y el resto se atenúan). Haciendo click en el elemento ítem lo de-selecciona.
In the hierarchical time data, the Self column refers to the amount of time spent in a particular function, not including the time spent calling sub-functions. In the screenshot above, 1.9% of time is spent in the
Camera.Render function. This function does some work in this frame and calls the various drawing and culling functions. Excluding all of these functions, only 0.4% of time is spent in the
Camera.Render function itself.
The Time ms and Self ms columns show the same information but in milliseconds.
Camera.Render takes 0.06ms but, including all the functions it calls, 0.31ms are consumed. The GC Alloc column shows how much memory has been allocated in the current frame, which is later collected by the garbage collector. Keep this value at zero to prevent the garbage collector from causing hiccups in your framerate.
The Others section of the CPU profiler records the total of all areas that do not fall into Rendering, Scripts, Physics, Garbage Collection or VSync. This includes Animation, AI, Audio, Particles, Networking, Loading, and PlayerLoop.
Physics Markers (Marcadores de física)
The descriptions below provide a brief account of what each of the various high-level Physics Profiler markers mean.
Advertencias de Rendimiento
There are some common performance issues the CPU Profiler is able to detect and warn you about. These appear in the Warning column of the lower pane when viewing the CPU Usage.
Los problemas específicos que el profiler puede detectar son:
In the screenshot above, the Profiler is showing the Static Collider.Move warning. The Warning column shows that this warning has been triggered 12 times in the current frame. The term “delayed cost” means that, although the entry in the Profiler may show a low cost (in this case 0.00ms), the action may trigger more system-demanding operations later on.
Native memory performance profiling allows you to profile activity inside Unity’s native memory management system and assess how it is affecting runtime performance. This can be useful when searching for unwanted or resource-intensive allocation patterns in Unity’s memory management.
To profile Unity’s native memory management, you need to record it. To access native memory recording mode (called Mem Record in Unity), go to Window > Analysis > Profiler to open the Profiler window. Select the CPU Usage Profiler (if it is not visible, click Add Profiler > CPU) then the drop-down menu underneath the Profiler. Next, click Timeline and then select Mem Record.
|Option||Función:||Impact on performance|
|None||Mode disabled. This is the default selection.||N/A|
|Sample only||Records memory allocations, re-allocations, de-allocations, activity type, and system.||Low|
|Callstack (fast)||This has the same functionality as Sample only, but also records a shortened callstack from the native allocation site to where the callstack transitions from native symbols into script symbols. Effectively, you can only see the callstack up to the deepest script symbol.||Medio|
|Callstack (full)||This has the same functionality as Sample only, but also records the callstack with full script-to-native and native-to-script transitions.||Alto|
Note: When the active Profiler is only connected to a standalone player, only the low-impact Sample only mode is supported.
The recorded memory allocation samples appear in the Profiler window in bright red.
Click the High Detail button next to Mem Record to enable High Detail mode. Select a sample to display the allocation type and system. If the callstack was recorded for the selected allocation sample, the associated callstack symbols are resolved and displayed as well:
There are a number of instances where the Mem Record function is useful. For example:
The High Detail view for the CPU Usage Profiler Timeline gives at least one pixel of width to every time sample recorded by Unity’s CPU Usage Profiler.
This allows you to see a complete overview of all activity in a frame, including short-lived activities such as thread synchronization or memory allocation.
To enable the High Detail view, go to Window > Analysis > Profiler to open the Profiler window. Select the CPU Usage Profiler (if it is not visible, click Add Profiler > CPU) then select the drop-down menu underneath the Profiler and click Timeline followed by High Detail.
The following two images show the difference between the High Detail view and the normal view for the CPU Usage Profiler’s Timeline.