So you think you know about iCloud Keychain? A careful exploration turns up some surprises, and suggests some good rules for troubleshooting.
If you have been trying to open Woodpile, but it has crashed each time, this update should allow it to run properly.
Why doesn’t High Sierra record the opening of keychains in the log, in the way that Sierra does? Has Apple abandoned the goals of its new unified log?
Preface a filter with the ® character, and Woodpile will use it in a regular expression (regex) search of log message content.
New features to set the number of bars in its chart view, and refresh a view. Improvements in usability and efficiency, and a couple of bug fixes.
Changes include frequent timechecks by timed, harder access to info about keychains, a couple of possible AppleScript bugs, and APFS snapshots.
High Sierra makes two significant changes to the unified log system, from Sierra. Here’s an evaluation of them.
How to identify which keychains are opened when your Mac starts up, and any problems when that happens.
A detailed examination of what happens during the first few minutes after starting your Mac up. Vital for anyone trying to diagnose problems in that period.
Styles let you see the log fields you want, with colour; filters are instant search tools; those and custom processes now have a Preferences sheet.