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Make iMovie Work With Network Volumes

I work with a lot of network storage and video world stuff. While most in the editorial world prefer FinalCut, Avid, Adobe and other tools for video management, I do see the occasional task done in iMovie. By default, iMovie doesn’t support using assets stored on network volumes. However, you can make it. To do so, just use defaults to write com.apple.iMovieApp with a boolean allowNV key marked as true:

defaults write com.apple.iMovieApp allowNV -bool TRUE

imovie

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DeviceScout

DeviceScout is a tool that leverages JAMF’s Casper Suite to show administrators vital statistics and show alerts on client systems. These alerts display some of the critical aspects of systems, from encryption to disk capacity to backups, there are a number of pretty cool aspects of DeviceScout.

Screen Shot 2014-04-18 at 2.55.47 PM

Using the device view, you can view serial numbers, device types, check-in status, boot volumes, memory, etc. It’s a lot of insight into what you have on your systems. I’m a huge fan of such visibility. You will need to be running Casper to leverage DeviceScout, but it provides a very simple interface for management and even techs to see what’s going on in your enterprise in as quick a manner as possible. Inventory, security status, backup status and a support menu at your fingertips.

With very simple pricing, check out what they have to offer at http://www.devicescout.com.

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Password Hints and Retries in OS X

You can customize the number of times that you enter an incorrect password before you get the password hint in the loginwindow on OS X. To do so, use the defaults command to send a RetriesUntilHint integer key into com.apple.loginwindow.plist stored at /Library/Preferences using the following command:

defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.loginwindow RetriesUntilHint -integer 10

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Install Fonts Using Apple Configurator

I guess someone asked for it, although it wasn’t me… But you can install fonts on Apple devices, using Apple Configurator. To do so, first open Apple Configurator and click on an existing profile or create a new profile for the font installation.

Screen Shot 2013-12-18 at 3.02.29 PMScroll down in the list along the left sidebar until you see Font. Click on Font and then click on Configure.

Screen Shot 2013-12-18 at 3.02.37 PMYou are then presented with a dialog box to select a font file. Browse to the font you’d like to deploy and then click on Select.

Screen Shot 2013-12-18 at 3.03.46 PM

Click on the plus sign (+) in the upper right corner of the screen if you’d like to deploy more fonts with this profile, or click Save to save the changes.

Screen Shot 2013-12-18 at 3.03.59 PM

Now deploy the profile and the device will get the desired font(s)!

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Quick nmap Hacks

The nmap application is a pretty easy-to-use tool that can be used to port scan objects in a network environment. To obtain mmap in an easy-to-use package installer, for OS X check out the download page at http://nmap.org/download.html#macosx (use the same page to grab it for Windows or *nix as well). Once downloaded run the package/rpm/whatever.

Before I scan a system, I like to pull the routing table and eth info to determine how scans are being run, which can be run by using the mmap command anong with the —iflist option:

nmap —iflist

Basic Scanning
To then scan a computer, just use the mmap command followed by the host name or even throw a -v option in there to see more information (you can use a hostname or an IP):

nmap -v www.apple.com

Use the -6 option if scanning via IPv6:

nmap -v -6 8a33:1a2c::83::1a

Can drop the -v for less info on these, but I usually like more than less. Shows ports, states, services (for the ports) and a MAC address for each IP being scanned.

You can also scan a range of IPs. I usually take the lazy way for this, by using a wildcard. I can replace an octet to scan all objects in that octet. For example, to scan all systems running on the 192.168.210 class B:

nmap 192.168.210.*

You can scan a subnet, which can cover more or less than one octet worth of IPs, by including the net mask:

nmap 192.168.210.0/24

You can also just list a range, which is much easier in some cases, using the —exclude option to remove an address that will be angry if port scanned:

nmap 192.168.210.1-100 —exclude 192.168.210.25

Or to do a few hosts within that range:

nmap 192.168.210.1,10,254

Of you can even use the following to read in a list of addresses and subnets where each is on its own line:

nmap -iL ~/nmaplist.txt

By default, mmap is scanning all ports. However, if you know what you’re looking for, scans can be processed much faster if you constrain it to a port or range of ports. Use the -p option to identify a port and then T: for only TCP or U: for only UDP, or neither to do both. Additionally, you can scan a range of ports or separate ports using the same syntax used for identifying multiple hosts. For example, here we’ll scan 53, 80, 110, 443 and 143:

nmap -p 53,80,110,143,443

DO OS detection using the -A option:

nmap -A www.apple.com

For true remote OS detection, use -O with —osscan-guess:

mmap -v -O —osscan-guess mail.krypted.com

We can also output to a text file, using the -o option (or of course > filename but -o is more elegant here unless you’re parsing elsewhere in the line):

mmap -v -o ~/Desktop/nmapresults.txt -O —osscan-guess mail.krypted.com

Firewalls
Next, we’ll look at trying to bypass pesky annoyances like stageful packet inspection on firewalls. First, check whether there is actually a firewall using -s:

nmap -sA www.apple.com

Scan even if the host is protected by a firewall:

nmap -PN www.apple.com

Just check to see if some devices are up even if behind a firewall:

nmap -sP 192.168.210.10-20

Run a scan using Syn and ACK scans, run mmap along with the either -PS or -PA options (shown respectively):

nmap -PS 443 www.apple.com
nmap -PA 443 www.apple.com

Try to determine why ports are in a specific state:

nmap —reason www.apple.com

Show all sent/recvd packets:

nmap —packet-trace www.apple.com

Try to read the header of remote ports to determine a version number of the software:

nmap -sV www.apple.com

Security Scanning
Next, we can look at actually using nmap to test the attacking waters a little bit. First, we’ll try and spoof another MAC address, using the —spoof-mac options. We’ll use the 0 position after that option to indicate that we’re randomly generating a Mac, although we could use a real MAC in place of the 0:

nmap -v -sT —spoof-mac 0 www.apple.com

Next, let’s try to add a decoy, which allows us to spoof some IPs and use that as decoys so our target doesn’t suspect our IP as one that’s actually scanning them (note that our IP we’re testing from is 192.168.210.210):

nmap -n -192.168.210.1,192.168.210.10,192.168.210.210,192.168.210.254

Then, send some crazy packets (not an official term like magic packets, just my own term for throwing a curve ball at things and testing for the viability of syn-flood or Xmas packet attacking):

nmap -sX www.apple.com

Configure a custom mtu:

nmap —mtu 64 www.apple.com

Fragment your packets:

nmap -f www.apple.com

Note: None of Apple’s servers were damaged in the writing of this article. I did a find/replace at the end, when I realized I didn’t want all of you hitting www.krypted.com.

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Disable Swap Files In OS X

Every now and then I need to reclaim that space in /var/vm or I need to stop a process from paging to swap files while I’m troubleshooting something else. I in no way endorse disabling swap files (which basically kills using swap files as a part of your overall virtual memory) for extended periods of time. However, it has saved me in the case of stability concerns long enough to get a system patched or something like that.

To disable OS X swap files, all you need to do is stop the com.apple.dynamic_pager daemon and restart. Use launchctl to stop:

sudo launchctl unload -wF /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.dynamic_pager.plist

Once restarted, you may need to remove the files in /var/vm as that is where the swap files are stored. To do so, rm the contents of /var/vm:

rm /var/vm/swapfile*

You should also be able to get rid of the sleepimage file in that directory if needed. Since this is supposed to be a temporary or troubleshooting measure, to turn swapping back on:

sudo launchctl load -wF /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.dynamic_pager.plist

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Easily Restore OS X To A Default Set Of Fonts

If you have corrupt fonts or install too many fonts in OS X you may find that applications load slowly or that menus can’t load properly. To fix, you may find the easiest path, rather than attempting to remember what the last font you used was, is to restore OS X to the default set of fonts installed with the OS installation. To do so, check out fontrestore. This handy little command uses the fontmover tool to move fonts from in /Library/Fonts, /System/Library/Fonts, and ~/Library/Fonts and to directories that say (Removed) at the end of the name. To run, simply run fontrestore with the default option:

fontrestore default

You’ll then be prompted to enter an admin password.
Screen Shot 2014-01-03 at 11.39.47 PMProvide the appropriate password and then click on the Restore button. Then look and your fonts should be restored to a pristine working environment. 

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OS X & powermetrics

Powermetrics is a command that shows very specific information about what’s using your systems power. This makes it handy for troubleshooting what processes are taking up CPU, GPU, etc. To run a basic iteration of the command, we’re going to look at a usage summary report, using the –show-usage-summary option:

powermetrics -a --show-usage-summary

The output is as follows:

Machine model: MacBookAir6,2
OS version: 13A598

*** Sampled system activity (Sun Dec 1 23:04:13 2013 -0600) (5006.04ms elapsed) ***

*** Running tasks ***

Name PID CPU ms/s User% Deadlines (<2 ms, 2-5 ms) Wakeups (Intr, Pkg idle)
java 42754 541.18 12.92 0.00 0.00 12.39 0.00
kernel_task 0 452.41 0.00 141.63 0.00 386.13 0.00
blued 45 39.58 94.31 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
cfprefsd 48518 23.67 1.31 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Knock 44431 16.41 90.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 16795 15.29 92.11 0.00 0.00 2.20 0.00
UserEventAgent 385 15.00 91.51 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
UserEventAgent 13 14.47 88.45 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 1048 11.61 95.80 0.00 0.00 2.40 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 94216 8.98 90.29 0.00 0.00 6.19 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 997 8.24 82.89 0.00 0.00 40.55 0.00
WindowServer 194 6.04 59.63 1.20 0.80 2.20 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 1154 5.52 68.49 0.00 0.00 42.15 0.00
hidd 90 5.49 72.13 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 1027 5.40 65.94 0.00 0.00 41.95 0.00
Terminal 44349 5.31 87.13 0.00 0.00 1.40 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 1054 5.01 67.33 0.00 0.00 41.35 0.00
prl_disp_service 369 3.15 97.11 0.00 0.00 2.20 0.00
distnoted 386 3.14 97.03 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 16780 1.86 60.00 0.00 0.00 16.78 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 55388 1.75 69.71 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 1505 1.71 87.44 0.00 0.00 3.00 0.00
Remote Desktop C 48336 1.69 32.47 0.00 0.00 98.88 0.00
Dropbox 508 1.36 79.03 0.00 0.00 0.60 0.00
distnoted 22 1.13 87.55 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 64843 1.07 93.07 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.00
powermetrics 48592 0.96 28.21 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.00
Safari 431 0.90 44.27 0.20 0.00 1.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 16799 0.88 90.05 0.00 0.00 1.60 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 93194 0.55 67.81 0.00 0.00 4.59 0.00
networkd 44 0.45 11.35 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
fseventsd 41 0.42 44.20 0.00 0.00 3.40 0.00
mds 81 0.37 44.11 0.00 0.00 2.20 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 1215 0.28 73.38 0.00 0.00 2.00 0.00
IPSecuritasDaemo 348 0.28 55.84 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 93143 0.27 68.84 0.00 0.00 2.00 0.00
PluginProcess 3573 0.26 77.60 0.00 0.00 1.40 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 16781 0.23 76.76 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 1679 0.23 69.04 0.00 0.00 1.60 0.00
usbmuxd 66 0.20 29.81 1.40 0.00 1.40 0.00
dbfseventsd 43670 0.19 26.12 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Finder 434 0.18 22.45 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 16763 0.17 69.84 0.00 0.00 1.60 0.00
notifyd 17 0.16 21.54 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
galileod 107 0.15 41.56 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.00
dbfseventsd 43671 0.12 8.20 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
mds_stores 237 0.11 34.95 0.00 0.00 0.40 0.00
distnoted 585 0.09 67.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 33839 0.08 69.56 0.00 0.00 0.60 0.00
pacemaker 78 0.07 28.13 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 3572 0.05 67.81 0.00 0.00 0.40 0.00
Mail 428 0.05 65.29 0.00 0.00 0.40 0.00
dbfseventsd 43669 0.05 7.35 0.00 0.00 1.60 0.00
com.apple.MailSe 89428 0.04 57.83 0.00 0.00 2.00 0.00
loginwindow 84 0.02 65.43 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
com.apple.WebKit 33836 0.02 39.42 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.00
ALL_TASKS -2 1204.27 19.05 144.43 0.80 734.51 0.00

**** Battery and backlight usage ****

Backlight level: 563 (range 0-1024)

**** Network activity ****

out: 1.40 packets/s, 399.12 bytes/s
in: 1.40 packets/s, 265.28 bytes/s

**** Disk activity ****

read: 2.40 ops/s 291.28 KBytes/s
write: 4.00 ops/s 1867.16 KBytes/s

**** Interrupt distribution ****

CPU 0:
Vector 0x49(MacBookAir6,2): 68.92 interrupts/sec
Vector 0x92(IGPU): 113.46 interrupts/sec
Vector 0x94(XHC1): 14.18 interrupts/sec
Vector 0x97(ARPT): 5.79 interrupts/sec
Vector 0x9e(SSD0): 5.59 interrupts/sec
Vector 0xdd(TMR): 721.53 interrupts/sec
Vector 0xde(IPI): 4743.47 interrupts/sec
CPU 1:
Vector 0xdd(TMR): 136.44 interrupts/sec
Vector 0xde(IPI): 444.26 interrupts/sec
CPU 2:
Vector 0xdd(TMR): 718.93 interrupts/sec
Vector 0xde(IPI): 3874.52 interrupts/sec
CPU 3:
Vector 0xdd(TMR): 136.24 interrupts/sec
Vector 0xde(IPI): 170.79 interrupts/sec

**** Processor usage ****

Intel energy model derived package power (CPUs+GT+SA): 9.79W

LLC flushed residency: 0%

System Average frequency as fraction of nominal: 174.83% (2272.84 Mhz)
Package 0 C-state residency: 0.00% (C2: 0.00% C3: 0.00% C6: 0.00% C7: 0.00% C8: 0.00% C9: 0.00% C10: 0.00% )

Core 0 C-state residency: 1.95% (C3: 0.00% C6: 0.00% C7: 1.95% )

CPU 0 duty cycles/s: active/idle [< 16 us: 48421.92/53709.13] [< 32 us: 1616.05/1451.05] [< 64 us: 3725.90/942.06] [< 128 us: 2403.50/430.28] [< 256 us: 328.60/15.78] [< 512 us: 29.56/0.00] [< 1024 us: 8.19/0.00] [< 2048 us: 7.79/0.00] [< 4096 us: 2.60/0.00] [< 8192 us: 2.40/0.00] [< 16384 us: 0.60/0.00] [< 32768 us: 1.20/0.00]
CPU Average frequency as fraction of nominal: 174.99% (2274.86 Mhz)

CPU 1 duty cycles/s: active/idle [< 16 us: 59157.15/44087.35] [< 32 us: 565.72/11942.98] [< 64 us: 233.72/2441.65] [< 128 us: 106.07/1535.94] [< 256 us: 33.96/91.49] [< 512 us: 6.79/4.19] [< 1024 us: 2.00/4.19] [< 2048 us: 1.20/1.20] [< 4096 us: 3.40/2.00] [< 8192 us: 1.20/1.20] [< 16384 us: 0.60/0.40] [< 32768 us: 0.80/0.20]
CPU Average frequency as fraction of nominal: 174.88% (2273.49 Mhz)

Core 1 C-state residency: 1.63% (C3: 0.00% C6: 0.00% C7: 1.63% )

CPU 2 duty cycles/s: active/idle [< 16 us: 52772.26/58135.39] [< 32 us: 2563.70/1559.12] [< 64 us: 2825.19/779.46] [< 128 us: 2252.48/405.91] [< 256 us: 427.08/17.78] [< 512 us: 32.36/0.00] [< 1024 us: 10.39/0.00] [< 2048 us: 7.39/0.00] [< 4096 us: 3.20/0.00] [< 8192 us: 1.40/0.00] [< 16384 us: 1.40/0.00] [< 32768 us: 0.80/0.00]
CPU Average frequency as fraction of nominal: 174.76% (2271.94 Mhz)

CPU 3 duty cycles/s: active/idle [< 16 us: 45270.92/29302.61] [< 32 us: 507.99/9788.78] [< 64 us: 320.81/5017.34] [< 128 us: 85.10/1920.88] [< 256 us: 31.76/192.17] [< 512 us: 6.39/2.20] [< 1024 us: 2.40/4.79] [< 2048 us: 2.60/3.00] [< 4096 us: 4.99/2.00] [< 8192 us: 0.80/1.00] [< 16384 us: 0.40/0.00] [< 32768 us: 0.60/0.00]
CPU Average frequency as fraction of nominal: 174.46% (2267.93 Mhz)

**** GPU usage ****

GPU 0 name IntelIG
GPU 0 C-state residency: 99.69% (0.02%, 99.67%)
GPU 0 P-state residency: 1000MHz: 0.00%, 950MHz: 0.00%, 900MHz: 0.00%, 850MHz: 0.00%, 800MHz: 0.00%, 750MHz: 0.00%, 700MHz: 0.00%, 650MHz: 0.00%, 600MHz: 0.00%, 550MHz: 0.00%, 500MHz: 0.00%, 450MHz: 0.00%, 400MHz: 0.00%, 350MHz: 0.31%, 300MHz: 0.00%, 250MHz: 0.00%, 200MHz: 0.00%
GPU 0 average frequency as fraction of nominal (200.00Mhz): 0.55% (1.09Mhz)
GPU 0 GPU Busy 0.31%
GPU 0 FB Test Case 0.00%

*** Sampled system activity (Sun Dec 1 23:04:18 2013 -0600) (5004.69ms elapsed) ***

You can also hide CPU duty cycle data with the --hide-cpu-duty-cycle option, GPU duty cycle data with the --hide-gpu-duty-cycle option and show information about the entire uptime with --show-initial-usage. Overall, there's a good bit of information that can be obtained between powermetrics and systemstats, provided you have the time to parse the data and find the specific pieces of information that are pertinent to your debugging attempts.

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systemstats in OS X

Ever wonder what your computer is up to? Ever wanted to know how much time the computer was awake for, how much battery was left, the exact percentage of use each core was taking up, how much CPU CrashPlan is using, etc?

Well, lucky you, there’s systemstats. You just run it:

systemstats

And it tells you all kinds of juicy stuff.

Summary
=======
System Version: 13A598
Total Time: 195:13:01

Usage
=====
Time on A/C: 165:42:24
Time on Battery: 29:30:35
Wake Time: 181:18:08
User Active: 46:46:18
User Idle: 134:31:49
Dark Wake Time: 00:01:15
Sleep Time: 13:53:37
Standby Time: 00:19:57

Battery
=======
Time on Battery: 29:30:35 -10.2 %/hr -21576 mAh -7112 mW
Wake: 15:58:13 -20.8 %/hr -23766 mAh -12158 mW
User Active: 14:08:59 -21.3 %/hr -21389 mAh -12335 mW
User Idle: 01:49:14 -18.3 %/hr -2377 mAh -10485 mW
Dark Wake: 00:00:25 0.0 %/hr 0 mAh 0 mW
Sleep: 13:31:56 2.3 %/hr 2190 mAh -547 mW
Standby: 00:19:53 3.4 %/hr 80 mAh 0 mW

CPU Summary
===========
Avg. Frequency: 2.296 GHz
Interrupt Rate: 5915 Hz
C-State Res: 10.4% C2 6% C3 0% C6 0% C7 4% C8 0% C9 0% C10 0%
A/C: 10.4%
User Active: 10.2%
User Idle: 10.5%
Battery: 10.6%
User Active: 9.4%
User Idle: 20.0%

I/O Summary
===========
Disk Reads: 29010238
Disk Writes: 8644168
Bytes Read: 1114.0 GB ( 1.7 MB/s)
Bytes Written: 837617.1 MB ( 1.3 MB/s)

Packets Sent: 11713682
Packets Received: 10172390
Bytes Sent: 3723.3 MB ( 5.8 KB/s)
Bytes Received: 5930.3 MB ( 9.3 KB/s)

Top I/O Activity
================
Time: 2013-12-01 22:33:22 to 2013-12-01 22:43:33 (00:10:10)
Disk Reads: 172740
Disk Writes: 157121
Bytes Read: 13887.9 MB ( 22.8 MB/s)
Bytes Written: 13577.9 MB ( 22.3 MB/s)

Packets Sent: 3140
Packets Received: 3043
Bytes Sent: 417.2 KB ( 0.7 KB/s)
Bytes Received: 934.7 KB ( 1.5 KB/s)

Time: 2013-12-01 18:54:30 to 2013-12-01 19:04:30 (00:10:00)
Disk Reads: 84194
Disk Writes: 72153
Bytes Read: 6770.4 MB ( 11.3 MB/s)
Bytes Written: 6480.2 MB ( 10.8 MB/s)

Packets Sent: 4093
Packets Received: 3566
Bytes Sent: 523.2 KB ( 0.9 KB/s)
Bytes Received: 886.2 KB ( 1.5 KB/s)

Time: 2013-11-28 19:44:23 to 2013-11-28 23:30:44 (03:46:21)
Disk Reads: 123879
Disk Writes: 56082
Bytes Read: 5711.6 MB ( 9.8 MB/s)
Bytes Written: 5089.0 MB ( 8.7 MB/s)

Packets Sent: 11964
Packets Received: 12613
Bytes Sent: 1.3 MB ( 2.4 KB/s)
Bytes Received: 8.0 MB ( 14.0 KB/s)

Top Fan Activity
================
Time: 2013-11-30 20:13:54 to 2013-11-30 20:54:02 (00:40:08)
Total samples: 41
High samples: 41
Very high samples: 0
Process Intrpts.: 984413
CPU Time: 00:51:31 (128.4%)
00:20:26 (50.9%) 29802 com.crashplan.engine
00:19:18 (48.1%) 566137 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
00:03:46 (9.4%) 61786 com.apple.WindowServer
00:01:24 (3.5%) 392 com.apple.blued
00:01:06 (2.7%) 4202 com.apple.Safari

Time: 2013-11-26 11:32:06 to 2013-11-26 12:09:16 (00:37:10)
Total samples: 37
High samples: 37
Very high samples: 0
Process Intrpts.: 2629811
CPU Time: 01:51:05 (298.9%)
01:03:04 (169.7%) 1696708 com.google.GoogleTalkPluginD
00:20:56 (56.4%) 51668 com.crashplan.engine
00:10:33 (28.4%) 142432 com.apple.WindowServer
00:04:33 (12.3%) 194380 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
00:01:56 (5.2%) 207486 com.apple.audio.coreaudiod

Time: 2013-11-29 22:23:26 to 2013-11-29 22:47:26 (00:24:00)
Total samples: 24
High samples: 24
Very high samples: 0
Process Intrpts.: 676512
CPU Time: 00:24:28 (102.0%)
00:12:23 (51.6%) 17603 com.crashplan.engine
00:04:36 (19.2%) 316533 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
00:01:28 (6.1%) 45086 com.apple.WindowServer
00:01:12 (5.0%) 88281 PluginProcess
00:00:49 (3.5%) 4453 com.apple.Safari

Memory Summary
==============
Swap Dev is SSD: Yes
Total: 8192.0 MB
Free: 22.0 MB
Wired: 996.4 MB
Compressor: 1156.7 MB
Compressed: 4734.5 MB
Internal: 4605.2 MB
External: 630.3 MB
Purgeable: 102.5 MB

IOAccelResident: 222.2 MB
IOAccelWired: 29.9 MB
IOAccelDirty: 215.0 MB
IOAccelCached: 0.0 KB
IOAccelPurgeable: 20.7 MB

Faults: 33729152413
Purges: 47945857 ( 294.2 KB/s)
Zero-fills: 1642607459 ( 9.8 MB/s)
Reactivations: 300385037 ( 1.8 MB/s)
Page-ins: 3348672 ( 20.5 KB/s)
Page-outs: 625293 ( 3.8 KB/s)
Decompressions: 216406239 ( 1.3 MB/s)
Compressions: 226784564 ( 1.4 MB/s)
Swap-ins: 24865424 ( 152.6 KB/s)
Swap-outs: 25968750 ( 159.3 KB/s)

Top Memory Activity
===================
Time: 2013-11-30 11:20:01 to 2013-11-30 11:30:06 (00:10:05)
Free: 8.6 MB
Wired: 1106.0 MB
Compressor: 2800.5 MB
Compressed: 12724.1 MB
Internal: 3824.1 MB
External: 322.8 MB
Purgeable: 188.4 MB

IOAccelResident: 133.7 MB
IOAccelWired: 31.6 MB
IOAccelDirty: 133.2 MB
IOAccelCached: 0.0 KB
IOAccelPurgeable: 53.1 MB

Faults: 65814909
Purges: 12056 ( 79.7 KB/s)
Zero-fills: 69663 ( 460.6 KB/s)
Reactivations: 265442 ( 1.7 MB/s)
Page-ins: 839 ( 5.5 KB/s)
Page-outs: 92 ( 0.6 KB/s)
Decompressions: 818629 ( 5.3 MB/s)
Compressions: 764666 ( 4.9 MB/s)
Swap-ins: 2305 ( 15.2 KB/s)
Swap-outs: 0 ( 0.0 KB/s)
Processes:
Resident: 2786.5 MB com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
Resident: 44.0 MB com.twitter.twitter-mac
Resident: 32.9 MB com.apple.AddressBook.SourceSync
Resident: 19.9 MB com.apple.WindowServer
Resident: 18.7 MB PluginProcess
Resident: 18.3 MB com.apple.iTunes
Resident: 17.1 MB com.apple.iCal
Resident: 15.8 MB com.getdropbox.dropbox
Resident: 15.1 MB com.apple.Preview
Resident: 14.3 MB com.apple.installer

Time: 2013-11-29 14:36:08 to 2013-11-29 14:46:08 (00:10:00)
Free: 9.3 MB
Wired: 1083.1 MB
Compressor: 846.8 MB
Compressed: 8802.5 MB
Internal: 5753.3 MB
External: 369.4 MB
Purgeable: 187.7 MB

IOAccelResident: 109.1 MB
IOAccelWired: 29.1 MB
IOAccelDirty: 106.5 MB
IOAccelCached: 0.0 KB
IOAccelPurgeable: 37.4 MB

Faults: 65284735
Purges: 7618 ( 50.8 KB/s)
Zero-fills: 811805 ( 5.3 MB/s)
Reactivations: 554636 ( 3.6 MB/s)
Page-ins: 2844 ( 19.0 KB/s)
Page-outs: 385 ( 2.6 KB/s)
Decompressions: 371537 ( 2.4 MB/s)
Compressions: 643820 ( 4.2 MB/s)
Swap-ins: 84120 ( 560.8 KB/s)
Swap-outs: 0 ( 0.0 KB/s)
Processes:
Resident: 4105.4 MB com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
Resident: 101.7 MB com.apple.iTunes
Resident: 52.2 MB com.apple.blued
Resident: 50.4 MB com.apple.Finder
Resident: 44.8 MB com.companyline.hall.desktop
Resident: 42.4 MB com.apple.Safari
Resident: 36.3 MB com.apple.WindowServer
Resident: 32.9 MB com.microsoft.rdc
Resident: 30.3 MB com.apple.UserEventAgent-System
Resident: 25.9 MB PluginProcess

Time: 2013-11-30 17:00:00 to 2013-11-30 17:10:05 (00:10:05)
Free: 9.9 MB
Wired: 1106.7 MB
Compressor: 1511.3 MB
Compressed: 12493.7 MB
Internal: 5103.0 MB
External: 330.8 MB
Purgeable: 155.9 MB

IOAccelResident: 60.6 MB
IOAccelWired: 18.5 MB
IOAccelDirty: 60.6 MB
IOAccelCached: 0.0 KB
IOAccelPurgeable: 20.7 MB

Faults: 65878278
Purges: 4766 ( 31.5 KB/s)
Zero-fills: 87085 ( 575.8 KB/s)
Reactivations: 225172 ( 1.5 MB/s)
Page-ins: 1243 ( 8.2 KB/s)
Page-outs: 50 ( 0.3 KB/s)
Decompressions: 616041 ( 4.0 MB/s)
Compressions: 611348 ( 3.9 MB/s)
Swap-ins: 16157 ( 106.8 KB/s)
Swap-outs: 0 ( 0.0 KB/s)
Processes:
Resident: 3943.2 MB com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
Resident: 47.1 MB com.companyline.hall.desktop
Resident: 41.3 MB com.apple.blued
Resident: 38.9 MB com.knock.mac
Resident: 36.6 MB com.apple.mail
Resident: 33.0 MB com.apple.AddressBook.SourceSync
Resident: 31.2 MB com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua
Resident: 29.2 MB com.apple.Safari
Resident: 28.1 MB com.apple.UserEventAgent-System
Resident: 19.0 MB PluginProcess

Top Battery Usage
=================
Time: 2013-11-30 22:13:28 to 2013-11-30 22:24:28 (00:11:00)
Power: -17602 mW (-33.2 %/hr)
Avg. Frequency: 2.268 GHz
Interrupt Rate: 14517 Hz
C-State Res: 0.0% C2 0% C3 0% C6 0% C7 0% C10 0%
Display Brightness: 63.0%
Process Intrpts.: 350900
CPU Time: 00:13:16 (120.7%)
00:05:24 (49.2%) 8138 com.crashplan.engine
00:02:46 (25.2%) 139408 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
00:01:06 (10.1%) 16276 com.apple.WindowServer
00:01:03 (9.6%) 2471 com.apple.Safari
00:00:44 (6.8%) 21194 PluginProcess

Time: 2013-11-30 20:23:42 to 2013-11-30 20:34:42 (00:11:00)
Power: -17425 mW (-30.9 %/hr)
Avg. Frequency: 2.268 GHz
Interrupt Rate: 10763 Hz
C-State Res: 0.0% C2 0% C3 0% C6 0% C7 0% C10 0%
Display Brightness: 63.0%
Process Intrpts.: 268964
CPU Time: 00:14:40 (133.5%)
00:05:53 (53.6%) 156021 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
00:05:35 (50.8%) 8153 com.crashplan.engine
00:01:08 (10.4%) 18777 com.apple.WindowServer
00:00:22 (3.5%) 109 com.apple.blued
00:00:19 (2.9%) 1094 com.apple.Safari

Time: 2013-11-30 20:12:42 to 2013-11-30 20:23:42 (00:11:00)
Power: -17185 mW (-30.1 %/hr)
Avg. Frequency: 2.268 GHz
Interrupt Rate: 11389 Hz
C-State Res: 0.0% C2 0% C3 0% C6 0% C7 0% C10 0%
Display Brightness: 63.0%
Process Intrpts.: 265886
CPU Time: 00:13:11 (120.0%)
00:05:39 (51.4%) 8116 com.crashplan.engine
00:04:14 (38.5%) 151136 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
00:01:07 (10.3%) 18607 com.apple.WindowServer
00:00:23 (3.5%) 109 com.apple.blued
00:00:15 (2.4%) 901 com.apple.Safari

Top CPU Activity
================
Time: 2013-12-01 22:43:33 to 2013-12-01 22:52:55 (00:09:22)
Avg. Frequency: 2.267 GHz
Interrupt Rate: 11241 Hz
C-State Res: 0.0% C2 0% C3 0% C6 0% C7 0% C10 0%
Process Intrpts.: 198556
CPU Time: 00:06:17 (67.1%)
00:05:05 (54.3%) 6391 com.crashplan.engine
00:00:43 (7.6%) 119102 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
00:00:04 (0.7%) 3319 com.knock.mac
00:00:03 (0.6%) 39 com.apple.blued
00:00:02 (0.5%) 827 com.apple.WindowServer

Time: 2013-12-01 22:40:29 to 2013-12-01 22:43:33 (00:03:03)
Avg. Frequency: 2.267 GHz
Interrupt Rate: 20376 Hz
C-State Res: 0.0% C2 0% C3 0% C6 0% C7 0% C10 0%
Process Intrpts.: 68684
CPU Time: 00:02:59 (98.0%)
00:01:27 (47.8%) 2328 com.crashplan.engine
00:01:09 (38.2%) 39619 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
00:00:02 (1.6%) 301 com.apple.mail
00:00:02 (1.5%) 2817 com.apple.WindowServer
00:00:02 (1.5%) 657 com.apple.blued

Time: 2013-12-01 22:33:22 to 2013-12-01 22:40:29 (00:07:06)
Interrupt Rate: 20376 Hz
C-State Res: 0.0% C2 0% C3 0% C6 0% C7 0% C10 0%
Process Intrpts.: 161174
CPU Time: 00:07:07 (100.1%)
00:03:23 (47.8%) 5414 com.crashplan.engine
00:02:42 (38.1%) 92153 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
00:00:06 (1.6%) 700 com.apple.mail
00:00:06 (1.5%) 6552 com.apple.WindowServer
00:00:06 (1.5%) 1528 com.apple.blued

Connected Devices
=================
Display Brightness: 19.7%
Wi-Fi on: 191:08:52 (98% of total)
Discrete GPU on: 00:00:00 (0% of total)
Bluetooth on: 195:12:57 (100% of total)

USB Devices
– iPhone
– iPad
– FuelBand

Mac OS X Server

Using the Help Options in OS X Server

Open Server, click Help, then click Server Help. You can then search and browse for information about things you’d like to accomplish using the Help Center.

Screen Shot 2013-11-05 at 4.16.18 PM

Now, click the arrow for each service for information about configuring that service. You will see an arrow for each service.

Screen Shot 2013-11-05 at 4.17.19 PM

Click the arrow for more information on that specific service.