New options find and show startup and wake events, and can perform log load analysis on the last 20 days or so of log entries. A unique tool.
This new version lets you select which log file to analyse, and to add custom processes to examine within log files. Lots of power with elegant simplicity.
This new version incorporates zooming in time, and browsing log excerpts. It also fixes a crashing bug.
How do you find the few crucial clues to explain a problem which happened hours, days, or weeks ago? Come find your needle using Woodpile.
Should fix a bug in which T2M2 reports an error message rather than completing an analysis of Time Machine backups.
Want to keep an eye on your hard drive(s) and SSD? Worried that your SSD might need replacing? Here are some tools to put your mind at rest.
How to access raw log files generated by Sierra, High Sierra, iOS, etc., and a convenient utility to turn them into logarchives.
Many problems result from settings within your user account, or in your Home folder. Creating a new user helps you work out where the problem lies, and can work around the problem itself.
As macOS gets more complex, diagnostic and control tools provided by Apple have become less accessible. This makes macOS harder to diagnose and support.
Automatic backups will still become irregular or fail altogether, making Sierra 10.12.6 unsuitable for servers and systems requiring sustained operation.