Big Sur w/ 2.0.0 (March 14 post) crashing after upgrade

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Re: Big Sur w/ 2.0.0 (March 14 post) crashing after upgrade

Postby gjucker » Wed May 05, 2021 3:29 pm

Postscript - installed rc6 and continued to have the occasional watchdog timer trip several times a day (see panic log above). Speculating that something got corrupted I booted into recovery mode and reinstalled the latest Big Sur 11.3. Since then system has been stable. Thanks lundman!

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Re: Big Sur w/ 2.0.0 (March 14 post) crashing after upgrade

Postby FunMiles » Fri May 07, 2021 6:36 am

gjucker wrote:Postscript - installed rc6 and continued to have the occasional watchdog timer trip several times a day (see panic log above). Speculating that something got corrupted I booted into recovery mode and reinstalled the latest Big Sur 11.3. Since then system has been stable. Thanks lundman!

Greg

You mean you downgraded the latest Mac OS update?
I am trying to decide whether to install the latest OpenZFS package. I'm running Big Sur 11.3.1 and an older ZFS (not sure which one it was). I only mount the ZFS disks once a day for a few minutes during backup. Would I risk having crashes by installing RC6 ?
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Re: Big Sur w/ 2.0.0 (March 14 post) crashing after upgrade

Postby FunMiles » Fri May 07, 2021 6:45 am

Postscript: I tried rc6.
Now when I try to import my ZFS volume, it fails:
michel@Michels-MacBook-Pro % sudo zpool import quicksand
internal error: out of memory


I re-installed the ZFS version I downloaded in April and can mount the file-systems again.
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Re: Big Sur w/ 2.0.0 (March 14 post) crashing after upgrade

Postby gjucker » Sat May 08, 2021 2:34 pm

I installed whatever v. OS that get's installed with Recovery Mode. Turns out you were correct it is 11.3 not 11.3.1. Haven't updated to 11.3.1.
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