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4sallypat

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Leaving the M1 Mini turned on overnight, I woke up to the login screen and when I logged in a panic message and restart showed up.

It's been connected to dual displays and has been fine last week leaving it on overnights....

Can anyone decode these panic messages ?

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hugodrax

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Bad HW. you should not be getting this. I have almost 5 days uptime running heavy tasks etc and its rock solid.
 

Superhai

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PMAP = Physical map (i.e. the physical addressing of your memory)
VM = Virtual memory
CS = Code signing

Usually the panic is not telling you the actual cause, because it is trying to address something that is 0. So:
A: It could be a chain of oddities leading to an error caused by a kernel bug.
B: A fluke somewhere.
C: Error in hardware.

If you get the same error repeatedly, A is most likely. If you get random similar panics, hardware (C) could be causing it. If it is not happening again, then likely B.
 
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orbitalpunk

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Leaving the M1 Mini turned on overnight, I woke up to the login screen and when I logged in a panic message and restart showed up.

It's been connected to dual displays and has been fine last week leaving it on overnights....

Can anyone decode these panic messages ?

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what did you end up doing? i get this occasionally as well. not sure if its hardware of software
 

4sallypat

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what did you end up doing? i get this occasionally as well. not sure if its hardware of software
I disconnected all the USB devices and went wireless KB & M.

I am still on hard line (Ethernet) as Wifi is not as speedy as connecting direct to a 1Gbps switch.

No more panic kernel messages so I guess what ever I was running or installing may have fixed it ??

So far so good for now...
 
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