Running Mac OS X Maintenance Scripts

15Sep06

UNIX systems run scheduled maintenance routines – known as maintenance scripts – to clean up a variety of System logs and temporary files. By default, these are executed between 03:15 and 05:30 hours local time, depending on the script. If your Mac is shut down or in sleep mode during these hours, the maintenance scripts will not run.

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