Content Caching server originated in 2005, as a feature in Mac OS X Server, which sold Xserves. Time Machine came in 2007, to support Time Capsules. Those legacies are so different, though.
Details of how the Content Caching server handles a cache macOS security data update, and both client and server handle an App Store update.
Using Activity Monitor and command tools to assess performance of a content caching server, and diagnosing problems from the log.
Now lists the time of the start of all boots in the last 24 hours, and helps you with Unicode normalization problems.
A new support page contains supplementary info for Mints and its log extracts and tools.
A new tailor-made log view shows what’s happened in interactions with the App Store, and can give clues as to the cause of delays and failures.
This update is recommended for all users. It finally addresses problems with using 12-hour and other clocks. It also reveals a more useful version of the log command used to get a log extract.
Sometimes, when you return to examine entries in the log a few hours after they were written, many of them have vanished. How come?
With extensive refactoring in the code to display logs extracts, this update should be faster and require less memory on all supported versions of macOS.
Addresses problems with time formatting, so you should now be able to use Ulbow with a Buddhist calendar, 12-hour clock, set to summer time in Mongolia.