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I wrote this script (/Users//bin/control_spotlight_indexing.sh) to toggle on/off indexing based on power source. I also set it up to run as root in a cron job (executed as /Users//bin/control_spotlight_indexing.sh >> /Users//bin/control_spotlight_indexing.log). Suggestions for improvements are welcome. #!/bin/zsh # Turn on Spotlight indexing by ...


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Had a similar issue, but I didn't have a backup of the plist file to replace, so I did the following to recreate the SnapshotDates array: Removed the last couple backups (in Finder; was unable to do it in Terminal likely due to system protection enabled). Then opened terminal and executed the following: $ cd /Volumes/[Backup Volume]/Backups.backupdb/[...


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I had the same issue on macOS Catalina (and I had it on macOS Mojave as well. The problem with Mission Control was the reason I upgraded), but it turns out it was Mission Control that not worked (would not open using keyboard either). This solved it for me; Open a command line shell in Terminal application (search for Terminal in Spotlight if you're not ...


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