2015 and later
Find out which MacBook you have.
2013 and later
Find out which MacBook Air you have.
With the release of new hardware features in the MacBook Pro (13-inch/15-inch, Late 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports) the setup assistant has added a few new steps.
Apple annocued that the new Macbook Pros would have Touch ID and like iOS Devices the setup assistnat now includes adding a finger print when a computer is initially being configured. Similar to iOS you simply apply your finger to the Touch bar on the far right corner, where the power button was, and let macOS capture your finger print. Should you need to add or remove fingerprints simply naviagte to System Preferences and you will now see a new Touch ID preference pane. It is also caled out in the user guide that you can:
Apple Caching Server commands
Here are some helpful commands as well as location for files to help manage the Appel Caching servers.
Caching server content types
Advanced configuration of the Caching service
Status of caching server
This will include information on all services related to the caching server
sudo serveradmin fullstatus caching
Caching server debugging
To run on debuging run:
sudo serveradmin settings caching: LogLevel = verbose
To return to default:
sudo serveradmin settings caching: LogLevel = error
Pre-loading IPSW files (3rd party)