macOS 11 Big Sur
I make a mistake to create à snapshot volume, and my mac boot into him. I want to delete it. I try multiple command like
sudo tmutil deletelocalsnapshots
But it's not working. Please Help
@salim_nxt, You need to use diskutil apfs commands which should do the trick. Search google or check the help output for diskutil for more information.
Thanks you for the speed of the answer
I try a lot off diskutil apfs command nothing work. The snapshot volume w'ont be deleted :/
How do I disassociate my boot volume from this volume? I try to re enable scrutil root in recovery, mac won't boot, then I disable it again.
Thanks again for helping me
@salim_nxt, Make sure it isn't the actively booted snapshot. Also see snapshots for your boot disk, not the snapshot itself. Then use diskutil apfs deletesnapshot command. Big Sur boots off of a snapshot, so switch back to an old one to delete inactive ones.
I had a kernel panic issue when I turn on the mac after I executed purge-wrangler script 6.3.0, and I can't recover from the time machine. In the end, I have to reinstall the Big Sur to resolve the issue.
This hardware set worked fine under Mojave.
I followed all the procedures in the Beginner's Guide. My FileVault is off, csrutil disabled, csrutil authenticated-root disabled, and latest purge-wrangle script installed. I plugged my eGPU in and ran the script. Everything looks fine, but the kernel panic happened when I was restarting my MBP and it kept restarting. I tried to recover from the time machine, but it didn't work, the kernel panic still existed. So my final solution is to reinstall the macOS Big Sur.
BTW, I did unplugged everything while restarting.
[Update] I tried the whole procedures again, and now it works. I have no idea why it successes this time.
[Geekbench 5 Improvement]
- Metal API
- macOS 10.14.6 (Mojave) : 31583
- macOS 11.0.1 (Big Sur) : 34420
- Open CL API
- macOS 10.14.6 (Mojave) :28920
- macOS 11.0.1 (Big Sur) : 32107
Are there any developments as to making eGPU possible on Thunderbolt 2 again?
and now purge-wrangler wants me to disable SIP, which is already disabled.
If it's already disabled then the script wouldn't ask you to disable it - simple stuff. macOS Big Sur update(s) can re-enable SIP (partially) so you might want to check things and also read up on the updates to the script as it already supports Big Sur. Happy reading.
@mac_editor, The first thing that I did is went back to the recovery mode and disabled SIP again. Here is the proof :-)
iraklyshanidze@Iraklys-Mac-Pro ~ % csrutil status
System Integrity Protection status: unknown (Custom Configuration).
Apple Internal: disabled
Kext Signing: disabled
Filesystem Protections: disabled
Debugging Restrictions: disabled
DTrace Restrictions: disabled
NVRAM Protections: disabled
BaseSystem Verification: enabled
This is an unsupported configuration, likely to break in the future and leave your machine in an unknown state.
Purge-wrangler tried to launch again and the same thing happened:
iraklyshanidze@Iraklys-Mac-Pro ~ % purge-wrangler
Please disable System Integrity Protection.
BaseSystem Verification: enabled
Here's the proof Also it says right there - unknown (Unsupported configuration).
This is what SIP disabled looks like:
Sorry, I forgot... An attempt to do "csrutil authenticated-root disable" results in an error message "authentic-root command not found".
FileVault is not enabled.