If you can’t use Console, use the log command in Terminal – except that has some major bugs which will hide log entries from you.
Backups are no longer made every hour, but their frequency depends on the likely amount needing to be backed up. A hidden if not secret feature.
Are your backups made every hour? Are you sure? Sierra might have become smarter as to how often it backs up.
Traditional logs occupy too much space, contain unstructured information, impose overhead on all processes, and are badly cluttered.
Apple pushed out silent updates to the hidden security protection built into Sierra and El Capitan on 1 […]
How can you look for error messages preceding an app crashing, or when your Mac panicked and automatically restarted?
Colour gets simpler and better in Sierra, except of course when it comes to the web. Have you had any odd colour glitches?
So how do you check your logs to see if backups have been made correctly? Forget Console – you’ve got to use Terminal.
This list will be maintained throughout this initial release of macOS Sierra. There are still some golden oldies to enjoy.
This blog has over 1800 articles, and my offline authoring app is struggling, regularly bringing my Mac to its knees. There must be a better solution.