Sleep interrupts the scheduling and dispatch of background tasks. Here’s how it looks in the dispatching systems.
Waypoints to help you navigate through Sierra’s log entries when putting a Mac to sleep, and when waking up from sleep.
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.
Can your Mac control sleep of its display, disks and system independently of one another? Many can’t.
Currently they all look like old bugs, some going right back to Mavericks and earlier.
Can you tell the difference? What is the significance of each, and do you know what to do about them? An introductory guide.
Sierra 10.12.4 has had a lot of significant bugs fixed, at last. Here’s a list of those known to remain.
It is probably the only new feature in Sierra 10.12.4 that you’ll encounter. What does it do, and does it work?
How to interpret the code numbers written into your Mac’s log to indicate the reason for shutting down, restarting, or going to sleep.