Fusion Drive Check

Discussion in 'iMac' started by mikeleethomas, Jul 31, 2017.

  1. mikeleethomas macrumors newbie

    mikeleethomas

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    My iMac has had to have a clean OS install 5 times in the last 10 months.

    I finally convinced phone support it needed to go into the store for hardware checks.

    Logic board, RAM and HDD were replaced.

    When I received the machine back and got home, Apple had forgot to actually install the RAM alongside blue engineering tape still being present on the machine - great start.

    When checking the drive as well, I couldn't fully work out if a regular SATA disk had been installed or if its set up as a fusion drive with the flash. Is there anyway of telling? I ran some terminal lines which seemed to suggest it wasn't set up as one. Attached a few images.

    Any thoughts would be much appreciated before I end up back in the store tomorrow. What a nightmare its been owning this machine (second one as the first one melted the RAM modules).
     

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  2. Weaselboy Moderator

    Weaselboy

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    You do not have a Fusion drive setup there. You would have been able to see it with that "diskutil cs list" command.
     
  3. macryan1 macrumors member

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    Here is what my fusion drive looks like under storage in the system report.
     

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  4. vapourtrails macrumors member

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    What kind of speeds are you getting? Is the system responsive?
     

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