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Maintidget (Maintenance Scripts Widget) gives you a Dashboard Widget which provides the following functions: · Display the last time the daily, weekly, and monthly OS X Maintenance Scripts (a.
Maintidget (Maintenance Scripts Widget) gives you a Dashboard Widget which provides the following functions:
Display the last time the daily, weekly, and monthly OS X Maintenance Scripts (a.k.a Cron Tasks) were run.
Run the OS X Maintenance Scripts on demand. Just enter your password and click the Run Scripts button. Maintidget is the first Dashboard Widget to provide this feature!
Select which scripts you want to run (the daily script must be run at all times).
Now you can keep tack of when your Mac runs the scripts, and force them to run in case you need to. These maintenance scripts perform the following tasks:
• Removes old logs
• Removes scratch and junk files (temporary files)
• Removes scratch faxes files
• Backs up NetInfo data
• Checks subsystem status
• Cleans mail queue
• Gathers account statistics
• Prunes asl.log
• Rotates the system.log
• Rebuilds locate database
• Rebuilds whatis database
• Rotates logs: ftp, lpr, mail, netino, ipfw, ppp, secure
• Runs login accounting
• Rotates logs: wtmp install fax
Please note that the weekly script can take a long time to run (up to 10 minutes depending on the speed of the computer). During this time the "Running Scripts" message will show in Maintidget. Please do not refresh the widget during this time, as this will remove the "Running Scripts" message which will automatically remove itself when the scripts are finished running.
Now works with admin accounts that don't have a password assigned.
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