You do have control over what is written to the unified log, although it’s not so easy to use. Here’s how.
An app crashes or quits unexpectedly. How can you work out what went wrong with it? An exploration using my free log browser.
Step through how to work out when, how and why a kernel panic occurred in the unified log, using Ulbow.
Console is the epitome of Apple’s problem with tools and support for its users, and is exactly what it needs to fix.
There’s no shortage of entries, but are they the ones you need, and do they contain the information that’s important? How to change that.
Your Mac has slowed to a crawl, with spinning beachballs and a juddery interface. You open Activity Monitor and read this.
Stops you from inadvertently asking for non-existent Signposts in Sierra, which could stop it from getting log extracts.
Without addressing shortcomings in tools and maturity of macOS, 10.16 has flawed foundations, and is likely to fall flat.
Fed up with all those censored entries in the log? Here’s a simple way to turn privacy protection off and log uncensored again.
Recommended for all users, with extensive support for creating logarchives from collections of log files, and their statistical analysis.