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Legacy:Console Commands/Stats Console Commands (UT)

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What follows is a definition of all of the console commands for UT that can be used to show statistics about the game currently playing.

See Legacy:Console Commands/Stats Console Commands for the corresponding UT2003/UT2004 console command listing.

MEMSTAT 
Show Windows overall memory statistics.
OBJ CLASSES 
Prints a list of all loaded classes.
OBJ DEPENDENCIES PACKAGE=<pkgname> EXCLUDE1=<otherpackage> EXCLUDE2=<otherpackage>... 
Show package dependencies
OBJ GARBAGE 
Initiates garbage collection.
OBJ HASH 
Show object hashing statistics.
OBJ LINKERS 
Show a list of active linkers (each linker is responsible for loading objects from a package file).
OBJ LIST CLASS=<objectclass> INSIDE=<insideclass> 
List all objects belonging to the class and residing inside the specified object. If the class isn't specified, lists all objects. If the inside object isn't specified, shows all objects. Gives a summary of memory usage. This is very useful during game play for figuring out how much memory is being used. In UnrealEd, this statistic isn't useful because a huge amount of extra stuff is loaded which might not be used by your map.
OBJ REFS CLASS=<objectclass> NAME=<objectname> 
Show a list of objects which reference the object you specify. When trimming memory usage, this is useful for figuring out why some object is being loaded.
REPORT 
Copies a report of the current gameplay situation to the clipboard. You can then paste the resulting text into an email program, Notepad, etc. Extremely useful for beta testers, because it dumps the player's location, the difficulty level, etc.
STAT ALL 
This displays all avaialable statistics in one go. Great for information overload. Not so great for actually finding anything out.
STAT ANIM
STAT CACHE 
Shows cache statistics:
CACHE:
   GETS=0000 (00.0) CRTS=000 (00.0) FRESH=000K STALE=000K ITEMS=000 TICK=00.0 
STAT CLIP
STAT FILTER
STAT FPS 
Shows polycount and frame time in milliseconds.
STAT GAME 
Shows game statistics:
GAME:
   SCRIPT=003.4 ACTOR=00.4 PATH=00.0 SEE=00.0 SPAWN=00.0 AUDIO=00.0 UN=00.0 MOVE=00.0 (0) NET=00.0 
STAT GLOBAL 
Shows useful performance timings in milliseconds:
GLOBAL:
  FRAME=14.5: GAME=00.5 CLI=05.5 BLIT=08.2 PLAT=00.3
  SCRIPT=003.2 ACTOR=00.4 PATH=00.0 SEE=00.0 SPAWN=00.0 AUDIO=00.0 UN=00.0 MOVE=00.0 (0) NET=00.0
  RENDER=00.0 MESH=00.5 POLYV=00.8 ILLUM=00.0 OCC=00.8 EX=00.0
  DYNAMICS: SETUP=00.0 FILTER=00.0 #SPRITES=5
  DECALS:   TOTAL=00.0 CLIP=00.0 #DECALS=0
STAT HARDWARE 
Shows hardware accelerator statistics:
HARDWARE:
  OPENGL STATS: BIND=00.4 IMAGE=00.0 COMPLEX=00.7 GOURAUD=00.2 TILE=00.6
STAT ILLUM
STAT LIGHT
STAT MESH 
Shows mesh statistics HAS NO EFFECT IN UT2003! :
MESH: 00.6
  GETFRAME=00.1 PROCESS=00.0 LIGHTSET=00.0 LIGHT=00.1
  SUB=00.0 CLIP=00.0 TMAP=00.2
  MESHCOUNT=1 MESHPOLYCOUNT=167 MESHSUBCOUNT=167 MESHLIGHTS=1 MESHVTRICS=0 VERTLIGHTS=149
STAT NET 
Show network performance statistics including ping, packet loss, bytes/second
STAT POLYC
STAT POLYV
STAT REJECT
STAT REJECT 
show polycount (UT2003)
STAT OCCLUSION 
Shows visual occlusion statistics:
OCCLUSION=0.09: 
   CLIP=00.3 RASTER=00.1 SPAN=00.2 VISIT=289/1766 POINTS=636
   TRANSFORM=289 CLIP=96 RASTER=96 RASTERACCEPT=79 DRAWNODES=71
   BOXTIME=0.01 BOXCHECKS=37 BOXBACKS=0 BOXIN=2 BOXOUTPVR=24 BOXSPANOCC=1
STAT SOFT
STAT SPAN
STAT ZONE 
Shows zone statistics:
ZONES: VISIBLE=1/2 REJECT=1 


Tarquin: The stat commands have changed a lot between UT and 2003. Maybe split this section?

Wormbo: Yes, definately.

Wormbo: I've started by duplicating this page. Someone please help removing the content from the other game's page respectively.

Richard: Hello, I was digging trough the public source 432, and I've found two console commands that aren't listed on this site: astat audio and astat detail. astat audio gives a list of the 16 audio channels with the currently playing sound, astat detail adds some more information like volume etc. to astat audio. The only thing is that I don't know where I've to place this on this wiki.