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Snow Leopard server has no entries in named.log

Well technically there is one entry every day: Oct 23 00:30:04 macserver newsyslog[54439]: logfile turned over But there are no entires for actual DNS traffic, Settings has Log Level at ...
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OSX: kernel.log is GB in size

Recently, I've started to run out of space on my startup disk. I used Disk Inventory X to identify large files that could be removed. It seems that the kernel*.log files have become GB in size (one ...
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Log all http and https traffic that goes to the router in OSX

My router has ip 192.168.0.1. How can I log all the traffic it receives under http and https(port 443)? I think using tcpdump should do the trick but I'm not sure how to run it
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How can system logs be enabled in Snow Leopard?

I have a MacBook Pro running 10.6.7 and for a while now it hasn't been logging anything to the system logs. When I look in the Console's All Messages the only logs I see look like this (and it ...
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On Mac OS X, how do I clear out Console.app?

I'm trying to use Console.app to debug some problems on my Mac. I've cleared out the log files from inside /Library/Logs and ~/Library/Logs but I still have around 4000 messages left! I tried the ...
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Mac OS X 10.6/MacBook Pro: “NVRM: xxxx called in D3”

Greetings, I'm having odd messages showing up in my console for a while now. Any ideas what they are about? Couldn't find something useful using Google. NVRM: 7032 called in D3 NVRM: 7032 called in ...
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System logs in Mac OSX 10.6

Something is filling up my system log files, to the point that console.app will only show the last half hour of each file. It looks like something is trying to escape its sandbox, but I'm not exactly ...