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The pa command

The pa command runs Performance Advisor on a capture.


pa [OPTIONS] <capture.apc>


Path to the capture APC directory.
Comma-separated integer values specifying the percentiles to calculate for each data series. Default = 80,90,95.
-d, --directory=path
Output directory path for the reports.
Disables sending any analytics data to Arm.
-f, --frame-capture=path
Path to the frame captures directory.
-h, --help
Shows command-line arguments and descriptions and exits.
-m, --main-thread=string
The name of the main render thread to analyze.
-p, --process=string
Name of the process to inspect.
Whether to display progress bars or not.
-r, --regions=file
Takes a CSV file containing custom regions to add to the report. Expects each line of the CSV file to be of the format regionName,startMs,endMs. See Specify a CSV file containing the regions.
-t, --type=type[:file][,type[:file]...]
Comma-separated list of report types, where the type is one of:
JSON CI report
Interactive html report
You can specify an output filename for each report.
-v, --vsync=int
The vsync or target framerate. Default = 60.
-V, --version
Prints version information and exits.

Options for report metadata:

The human readable name of the application being analyzed. For example, "Awesome Game". If the name contains whitespace, use quotes. This name becomes the report title. Default = "Performance Advisor Report".
The build name of your application. For example, nightly. fa34c92.
The timestamp of your application build. For example, Thu, 22 Aug 2019 12:47:30.
The name of the device that is used to obtain the capture.