How useful is the traditional panacea of re-installing macOS in Big Sur? And is it worth maintaining an external recovery disk to deal with problems?
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 104. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Leave, […]
Using different addressing modes and offset specifications to load and store in memory. Includes a summary of ARM64 Operand Architecture.
Content Caching server originated in 2005, as a feature in Mac OS X Server, which sold Xserves. Time Machine came in 2007, to support Time Capsules. Those legacies are so different, though.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Leave, cease and […]
Where to see them, how they’re constructed, Apple’s rules, how they are created, and how even Apple doesn’t use them according to its own rules.
Erase your M1’s internal storage in Recovery, reinstall macOS and you could see an error in which it failed ‘to personalize the software update’. That’s not easy to fix, as explained here.
Details of how the Content Caching server handles a cache macOS security data update, and both client and server handle an App Store update.
Types of register explained, and which are available to pass arguments of different types. Call by value and call by reference distinguished.
Using Activity Monitor and command tools to assess performance of a content caching server, and diagnosing problems from the log.