Recommended for all users, with extensive support for creating logarchives from collections of log files, and their statistical analysis.
Strange behaviour when entering times, datestamps which suddenly leap forward – some of the changes seen when the clocks go forward.
Updates to address this styling bug.
Can turn folders of log files into a logarchive so they can be browsed using Ulbow, as well as providing statistics on them.
Full release version includes corrections to its Chart view. With 33 page 7,500 word Help book and much more.
Now feature-complete, this version has powerful tools to help you locate significant events to the second and better.
New beta-release can check your log file structure and send a simple test command to log, confirming that all is in working order.
Logs are normally backed up by Time Machine, but Apple provides no tool which can access those backed up logs. Here’s how to do it.
The more frequently your Mac writes entries to its log, the shorter will its log record be: anything from a couple of days to almost a month.
What does your Mac get up to when you’re away from it? Mine was busy writing hundreds of thousands of entries in the log because of a couple of snapshots.