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Cos'è e a cosa serve il Kernel.log

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By scrax:


Il kernel.log è un file di log dove vengono salvati tutti i messaggi del kernel.

Per visualizzarlo in osx si usa /Applicazioni/Utility/Console.app

Console permette di vedere tutti i file di log del nostro Hack/Mac quindi al primo avvio dobbiamo cliccare sull'icona a sinistra: "Mostra elenco resoconti" (evidenziata dall cerchio rosso)



Dopo di che clicchiamo sulla freccia a fianco della scritta /private/var/log (la cartella dove viene salvato kernel.log)



Ecco finalmente il nostro file kernel.log lo selezioniamo e possiamo controllare che sia tutto apposto:



Nel kerne.log se vogliamo vedere cosa è successo ad es. nell'ultimo avvio dobbiamo cercare la linea con scritto: npvhash=4095

Da quella linea in poi ci sono le notifiche relative al boot (le stesse che si vedono avviando in verbose)




Una volta identificati eventuali errori selezionando la linea dell'errore e cercandola con google possiamo iniziare a cercare di risolverli.

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