Where are the time Machine connects to Sierra?

Running Sierra on a late 2009 iMac. Time Machine works well and updated regularly. However the Time Machine buddy Widget shows all the information. Study using the Console indicates that the TM log entries are to be absent in Syslog. Nothing shows using the "backupd" as a filter on the system log. Under Diagnostics and usage data, I see information for the type of backup and "NOERROR" for completion.

Does anyone know what has changed in the Sierra? Or is it my unit?

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Console is 'redesigned', extraction of newspapers can be difficult...

But!

You can copy the lines of command in Terminal to see the logs of Time Machine ("TM on the fly" and "History of TM")

Since this discussion started I see how activity time Machine Console with macOS Sierra;

By copying this command (from John Galt) line in the Terminal I can view TM-history-logs for a few days back;

Newspaper show - predicate "subsystem =="com.apple.TimeMachine"'-info | grep ' upd: (' | cut-c - 1-19 140-999)

This command line also gives information of a TM running 'on the fly', but after the TM copy I have to put in the line of command again TM start-up for a new copy (I can live with that...)

By copying this command (from chockosmund) line in the Terminal I see what TM is ding on the fly, but did not get the newspaper story.

the log stream - style syslog - predicate 'contains a [cd] 'Time Machine' senderImagePath' - info

This command line is that Terminal shows constantly new TM-logs.

Thank you John Galt and chuckosmund!

I have a separate Terminal office-space computer were I can watch how TM is progressing.

Hope that answers your question.

Jur Kuipers, Netherlands

Tags: Mac OS & System Software

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