tl;dr, updated for Apple Silicon
During my talk at JNUC, a few folks pointed out that my Get-Macinfo script didn’t work well on Apple Silicon. I wasn’t surprised, but as I don’t have an Apple Silicon Mac, I can’t exactly test for that. However, some of y’all really came through with details on command results, and with the help of folks, in particular Kelly Dickson and Dr. Michael Richmond, I was able to get the info I needed.
For Apple Silicon, in the system profiler hardware report, the following values:
- CPU Speed
- CPU Count
- L2 Cache
- L3 Cache
don’t exist. Not a shock, but as that query is dumped into an array, missing 5 items meant my array references were all wrong.
I’ve got the first update for Apple Silicon up at ye olde github site, so anyone with an Apple Silicon Mac who wants to look at it and feels like installing/running PowerShell on their Mac (if they don’t already have it) can beat on it. It still seems to work correctly on Intel.
Again, thanks to everyone who helped out, it’s really appreciated, and if anyone has anything they’d like to see added to the list of things Get-Macinfo reports on, I’m happy to add where I can.