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      Latest reply on Feb 13, 2019 1:42 AM by eskimo
      hagen Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

        It seems that logging get easily corrupted (at least with latest macOS 10.13.3). I think just reloading the logging kext is sufficient to only see crap anymore.

         

        For a short workaround: how can the unified logging "system" be reset? (Other than restarting the entire OS?)

         

        Thanks,

        Hagen.

        • Re: unified logging corrupted
          hagen Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

          Issue persists up to today. Bug has been reported.

           

          To recap:

          The output of a kext using the unified logging via console or terminal is garbled after kextloading a rebuilt kext if another version was loaded before (macOS 10.12/10.13).

           

          Steps to Reproduce:

          build a kext with logging. kextload. rebuild it with slightly changed source. kextunload/kextload.

           

          Anyone cares?

          • Re: unified logging corrupted
            eskimo Apple Staff Apple Staff (10,585 points)

            Anyone cares?

            I, for one, care.  Alas, I don’t have any obvious suggestions for how to move forward here.  My recommendation is that you open a DTS tech support incident and I, or one of my colleagues, can take a proper look at this.

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