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.
Now you can hover the pointer over any of the chart bars, and see information about that log file.
A fascinating tool for exploring the log activity of the most active and important processes on your Mac, over the last 3 months – now with bar charts built in.
This analyses log use over the previous 3 months, and lets you view and export log load data for your chosen process.
Traditional logs are good for looking at single events. The unified log is a unique platform for looking at statistics and patterns, which can reveal new knowledge – if you have the tools.
Did you know your Mac may keep a history of its activities going back for over 3 months? Here’s how to access it, and some surprising results.
A function of process activity, frequency of writing to the log, and its verbosity, log load is available for the past 3 months or more.
Most of what we know about log files, their maintenance by logd, the role of diagnosticd, and the differences between Persist and Special log files.
A crass security bug, not changing version numbers, undocumented file formats, and stunted log access: components in the new RDF.