The Mac Toolkit is a collection of system administration and diagnostic tools for OS X
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A helper for building the latest rsync, complete with all Mac-specific patches.
A stress test which starts a yes process per every core and then generates IO on the boot drive by creating 10k, 100k, 1m and 10m files in the /tmp/_hellyes folder.
Tool for testing intermittent sleep issues. Works by scheduling
The Boot Looper is another stress test which opens up a bunch of applications and then reboots the machine. Very effective when used inside login items. Has two modes of operation:
- Run as is. This launches the first 5 apps from /Applications
- Create a folder called "TestApps" on your desktop and drag aliases into it. This will only launch the apps inside this folder.
Clones entire drives. Tries to be more efficient than just using dd.
Netbless is a very simple tool to help AASPs match a machine to it's proper installation media. It requires both a client and a server to function, and