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Fixed in 2022.1.X
The time Required to load Gameobjects or Prefab instances does not scale linearly
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open User-supplied project
2. Open Scene ("Transform_10000) with 10000 objects
3. Run Test -> Measure Open/Close Current Scene and Inspect the time in Console Window
4. Open Scene ("Transform_50000) with 50000 objects
5. Run Test -> Measure Open/Close Current Scene and Inspect the time in Console Window
Expected: the time scales linearly
Actual: the time does not scale linearly
Reproduced in: 2017.4.33f1, 2018.4.12f1, 2019.2.10f1, 2019.3.0b8, 2020.1.0a9
Reproduces on Asset Pipeline V2 and V1
Reproduces on Mixed, Force Binary, and Force Text Asset Serialization
* Loading prefab instances is more expensive than loading game objects.
* Saving prefab instances is significantly faster than saving game objects.
* The time Unity requires to load Gameobjects or prefab instances does not scale linearly with the number of objects.
* The time Unity requires to save Gameobjects does not scale linearly with the number of objects.
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