It would be much easier if the log contained entries detailing the loading of extensions. Instead, there are long gaps. This explores how you can use those in diagnosing problems.
Use the log show command, Ulbow or Consolation to browse your M1 Mac booting, and they can fail to show tens of thousands of log entries. How to work around this bug in 11.1.
Time has changed in M1 Macs, with the Mach clock ticking every 41.67 nanoseconds. This affects all log entries too, and works differently in Rosetta.
How you can write entries in the unified log which are informative, easily retrieved, and extremely simple.
What’s the difference between a crash and a panic? How can you tell what’s likely to have caused a panic?
Fixes a minor bug, and is a Universal App which runs natively on Intel and Apple Silicon Mac from Sierra to Big Sur beta 3.
Fixes a minor bug and now runs native on all Macs from Sierra to Big Sur beta 3 – including Apple Silicon.
The most common problems with Time Machine backups, and how to tackle them using free tools.
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.