Time Machine has changed in Catalina, but details haven’t been provided. How best to prepare to upgrade, and how to address its problems.
It’s not very often that we see the birth of a whole new subsystem both in macOS and iOS, but RunningBoard is brand new with 10.15 and 13.
How can you inspect log entries censored with in Catalina? Apparently you can’t any more.
How this new part of macOS tracks the apps which you open, and declares when they exit “Death Sentinel fired!”
Disk integrity checks appear to have been dropped from Safe Boot. OpenDirectory databases are rebuilt. With a full listing of all blocked extensions.
RunningBoard is new to macOS 10.15 and iOS 13. It’s very active in the log, and can cause apps to crash sometimes. So what does it do?
Some important similarities, such as the entry marking the beginning of startup, but plenty of changes in APFS and security entries.
Updates now distinguish between firmware versions for High Sierra and Mojave, and those for Catalina. Recommended for all users.
Three bug fixes for those using Catalina, but this update is recommended for all users.
There are three software systems at the heart of every Mac: its firmware (‘EFI firmware’), the system kernel, […]