Log Files are so useful, you’ll be so damn excited that you have them. Because these are files in which certain user actions or programs are logged on the server.
This article discusses the latest version of Woodpile. Its starting point is a logarchive, which it will make for you, or you could examine one brought over from another Mac, or possibly an iOS device. It analyses data on the logs which have been gathered over the last three months or so (macOS), so that you can select one of the processes which has made significant numbers of log entries in that period.
Carlos Perez previously talked about how Microsoft expanded the WMI log in the latest versions of its client and server operating systems. He decided to describe what kind of new version events were added to special versions of events 6.10 for registering persistent events in this article.