Logging is a useful tool for troubleshooting and diagnosing issues with the App Catalog. By streaming logs, you can gain insight into the service's activities and identify any issues that may arise.

Streaming logs

To stream logs in realtime, you'll need to open a Terminal window and run the following command:

sudo log stream --info --debug --predicate 'subsystem CONTAINS "nl.root3.catalog"'

Collecting logs

To collect logs from earlier moments you can use the log collect command. In the example below the logs from the last 24 hours are saved to the user's Desktop:

sudo log show --last 24h --info --debug --predicate 'subsystem CONTAINS "nl.root3.catalog"' > ~/Desktop/catalog.log 

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