Apple keeps its promise with High Sierra and new Macs, but is less helpful in the log, and courts danger in AI.
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.
Free, works with Sierra and other unified logs, examines log entries already in the log, unlike Console. Now supports logarchives and more.
Waypoints to help you navigate through Sierra’s log entries when putting a Mac to sleep, and when waking up from sleep.
Its annual developer conference will reveal how Apple’s new file system will roll out in macOS 10.13, and determine its adoption and success.
Looking in detail at the background and scheduled activities which are loaded during startup. These supersede the previous launchd mechanism, and include routine maintenance.
Waypoints in the log entries encountered during a normal startup of Sierra 10.12.5. Some key messages have changed.
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.
This version allows you to open, browse, and analyse any .logarchive bundle, from a Mac, iPhone, iPad, or more. Ideal for forensic analysis.