New version of Mints tells you the scaling factors required to convert raw Mach absolute time values to nanoseconds, which change on Apple Silicon Macs.
Performs special analysis of Big Sur backups to APFS, and runs native on Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.
No longer relies on the tool lipo, but inspects Universal Binary information, which is quicker. A Universal App.
The most common problems with Time Machine backups, and how to tackle them using free tools.
A new tool for Mints checks executables for ARM64 code, and lists the Universal Binaries it finds in folders. And it fixes log colours.
A detailed walk through the log extract delivered simply by Mints, showing steps in a normal Catalina backup.
New approach to reading logs which enables you to follow conversations between sub-systems and services you’re interested in without messing with predicates.