Automatic backups will still become irregular or fail altogether, making Sierra 10.12.6 unsuitable for servers and systems requiring sustained operation.
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Now places its report in a scrolling text view, has extensive Help book, and more. The only tool for checking that Time Machine backups are being made properly.
Two minor improvements to make its use even easier. Now a final release candidate?
Some subtle improvements which make it much easier to use when working with saved logarchives. A final release candidate?
This makes it much easier to perform repeated analysis and search on logs captured to cover important events, such as crashes and problems.
Each report on your Time Machine backups now comes with a detailed timestamp in this new version.
Conventional log analysis gets precious little from Sierra’s unified log. Automated analysis has much greater potential. Will Apple head in this direction too?