Wednesday, 1 September 2021

Reminder - Apple Time Machine - where are your logs ?

Want to see what Time Machine is doing ?

If so, run the following Terminal command: -

printf '\e[3J' && log show --predicate 'subsystem == ""' --info --last 6h | grep -F 'eMac' | grep -Fv 'etat' | awk -F']' '{print substr($0,1,19), $NF}' 

which is, in part, parsing the output from the log show command.

Which is nice 🌞

Forgot to include my source for the above: -

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