Same thing is happening here. When I connect to my physical device (6s+) the device console starts spewing logs -- CommCenter and other subsystems reporting everything they do -- every packet sent, every sensor reading.
I cannot find my NSLog messages from my previously compiled apps (ios 9 sdk) anywhere in the flood. Devices running ios 9 or earlier all still work the same way they did before -- no spewing data from CommCenter, kernel, and identityservicesd.
The device console is worthless right now for ios 10 work on physical devices.
I hope I have missed something.
Same here, though fixed by disabling the Name:OS_ACTIVITY_MODE, Value: disable variable in build schemes.
Now I get my NSLog calls, but am absolutely *slammed* with BTServer, CommCenter, and locationd entries. Left unchecked this log files grows at almost 80k entries (10Mb) a minute. Not a pleasent or very efficient way to work when what are important are my own log entries!
Edit for spelling.
Not a pleasent or very efficient way to work when what are important are my own log entries!
Indeed. One option I’ve seen discussed is to use the Console app to create a saved search that shows just the log entries you care about. I haven’t tried this myself but it seems promising.
ps To be clear, I’m talking about the Console app on macOS 10.12.
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