Big Sur 2.0-rc5.pkg

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Big Sur 2.0-rc5.pkg

Postby lundman » Sat Nov 14, 2020 1:18 am

There is a test pkg for Big Sur (Intel) for those keen to test it, please think of it as a beta test, there may be issues. (as in, hangs or crashes)

**BigSur**:

OpenZFSonOsX-2.0.0-Big.Sur-11.0.pkg
(14.52 MiB) Downloaded 26 times


10th:
c1872a7d3b6106a49cdf19f270a98ba7 Fix panic without keepsyms, fix missing vnode_iocount()
ZFS requires keepsyms=1 to work on BigSur.



**Catalina**:

OpenZFSonOsX-2.0.0-Catalina-10.15.pkg
(14.04 MiB) Downloaded 5 times


11th version
d906ee53bc0693e55359f4dee4a42f78 Fix race with zvol creation
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Re: Big Sur 2.0-rc5.pkg

Postby lundman » Sat Nov 14, 2020 1:37 am

Oh a dang, the installer tries to install "spl.kext" as well, so installer thinks it fails. It should all be installed though, but
if you aren't in a hurry, I'll post a new installer tomorrow.
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Re: Big Sur 2.0-rc5.pkg

Postby lundman » Sat Nov 14, 2020 3:04 pm

I have updated the file in the top post. Turns out to be our check for "needs approval".. you can't test for that anymore, Apple went and changed it. So now it just opens the Pref pane and returns OK. The only difference is that this installer doesn't think there is an error.
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Re: Big Sur 2.0-rc5.pkg

Postby lundman » Sat Nov 14, 2020 8:24 pm

OK, Hold up - as reported in the other thread, if your CPU has avx512, it will panic on boot.

I need to make a pkg without the assembler speedups.
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Re: Big Sur 2.0-rc5.pkg

Postby lundman » Sun Nov 15, 2020 10:06 pm

I have disabled the AVX feature bit for now. As my hardware does not have those capabilities, I'm working a bit blind in this area. Please let me know if the new build runs any better.


I have updated the top post.
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