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NameBench no longer displays results - Mac OS 10.13.3 - High Sierra #8

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keithgould opened this Issue Jan 24, 2018 · 5 comments

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keithgould commented Jan 24, 2018

As stated above. Runs to completion but no report displayed at the end.
Can anyone cast light on this - is the report stored on the Mac, if so where I can't locate it.

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codethirteen commented Feb 13, 2018

@keithgould - The terminal output should end with the folder location you can find a CSV and a HTML report. I just tested on macOS 10.13.3 and the output is saved to /var/folders/8_/

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keithgould commented Feb 13, 2018

Thanks for the feedback. I suspect the report might be volatile, just had a look and nothing like that currently in /var/ but it's been days since I ran Namebench. When I have a moment I'll recheck.

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levifig commented Mar 20, 2018

This actually pointed me in the right direction. Open Console.app, and filter by namebench… When the test is over, you'll get the location of the HTML (and JSON). FWIW, it stays there even after you close Namebench (i.e. my last 3 runs are still all there).

Hope that helps. :)

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captainjack63 commented May 26, 2018

Open Terminal and paste this command:

find /var/ -iname "namebench_*.html" 2>/dev/null | xargs open

This will open the results page in your browser—including the below-referenced eye candy—so you can compare the various DNS that were analyzed.

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two-dogs commented Aug 23, 2018

solution provided by @captainjack63 works

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