Backing up with Time Machine to a NAS or other network storage is different. Here’s an account of how it creates and handles sparse bundle storage in Ventura 13.2.
How to use Ulbow to find just the log entries you need, using filters and predicates. Bring order to chaos.
The only place you’re likely to find that crucial piece of information about outgoing connections, bugs or problems is the log. How to get started.
Fixes a problem exporting log entries in CSV format, and provides information about current log length. Happy Boxing Day!
Does your Mac’s log go back far enough to be useful, or is it full of junk? Here’s how to control what takes up space, and a new version of Mints to help.
How to hunt key log entries for an unknown process, how you can discover whether XProtect Remediator is scanning your Mac, and how to check its results.
Formed using reverse DNS notation, they can now have prefixes and suffixes giving them user and process identities. And how to find a list of them.
How Unified log entries are rich in structured information, which can be displayed selectively and using colours to aid their reading.
I was browsing thousands of log entries from Software Update and its relatives when something caught my eye. Here’s what became of it.
How to discover the version of ‘fallback’ Recovery, Bridge versions of T2 chips, and a whole lot more info about a Mac. And a bonus for Ventura.