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rtparies

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This is really frustrating my macbook pro 16" keeps crashing when sleeping.

Is there anyway to tell from the panic stack track what program caused the panic?

I really really do not want to remove everything, i have just added to get this working as i needed.

Thanks for any help

panic(cpu 1 caller 0xfffffe0018e57d68): ACIO0 Recoverable Panic - assert_id=1416 - ACIO main workloop(3)
assert_id=1416
RTKit: RTKit-1826.40.9.release - Client: AppleCIOFirmware-165.40.4~16__2021-10-01-18:02:19-PDT
!UUID: 96f6cc62-29fb-3db2-a3a7-8dc06aa00872
Time: 0x0000946e6262b34a

Faulting task 3 Call Stack: 0x0000000000005ede 0x0000000000005bce 0x0000000000005a9e 0x000000000000a05a 0x000000000001d480 0x000000000000c212 0x0000000000024f8a 0x0000000000024eae 0x0000000000002d4c
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rtparies

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i am wondering if it is my new OWC Thunderbolt Dock
I just got a macos update 12.1

hoping for the best
 

ZebedeeG

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My M1 iMac has been having regular nighttime "panic attacks" since I installed Monterey. This never happened when it was running on Big Sur, so I think it's just a macOS bug.

Updated to 12.1 this morning so hoping it has a well earned good nights sleep without any drama tonight!


Edit: iMac has made it through it's first night with 12.1 without a crash... Looks promising.
 
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ZebedeeG

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Hmm. How long does it take to crash? When sleeping i mean
I don't really know.

I just come down in the morning and find it wants my password to restart, rather than just fingerprint from sleep. Then after startup tells me my machine restarted because of a problem and gives me the option of submitting report to Apple... (Which I do - nearly every morning!)

It never did this with Big Sur - so it must be a Monterey bug!
 

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I don't really know.

I just come down in the morning and find it wants my password to restart, rather than just fingerprint from sleep. Then after startup tells me my machine restarted because of a problem and gives me the option of submitting report to Apple... (Which I do - nearly every morning!)

It never did this with Big Sur - so it must be a Monterey bug!
Hmm I see. Have you tried clean installing? Maybe that helps?

Or even installing the full Monterey 12.1 again? (Using the full installer without losing data)
 
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Hmm I see. Have you tried clean installing? Maybe that helps?

Or even installing the full Monterey 12.1 again? (Using the full installer without losing data)
Yeah - I am starting to think very seriously about it!

I've just posted a new thread asking about partitioning my SSD and installing Big Sur on the new partition (my M1 iMacs original OS), so I can go back to what worked and just try out Monterey each time there's an update.

I used to do this kind of thing all the time on my old Intel Macs, but they seem to have made life more difficult these days!
 

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Yeah - I am starting to think very seriously about it!

I've just posted a new thread asking about partitioning my SSD and installing Big Sur on the new partition (my M1 iMacs original OS), so I can go back to what worked and just try out Monterey each time there's an update.

I used to do this kind of thing all the time on my old Intel Macs, but they seem to have made life more difficult these days!
Yeah it's kinda hard nowadays. Try a full installer without wiping data first. Then clean install it to check if possible :)
 
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Yeah it's kinda hard nowadays. Try a full installer without wiping data first. Then clean install it to check if possible :)
Thanks!

I think I'll leave it a few days as I've been poking around in Recovery Mode this morning, my computer's been rebooted about half a dozen times, and maybe that'll clear a something... Stranger things have happened before!

But it is frustrating that Apple release buggy software but have made it so difficult to go back to what worked. I tried to reinstall my last Time Machine copy of Big Sur - but it wasn't having any of it! Just directed me to reinstalling blooming Monterey again!
 

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Thanks!

I think I'll leave it a few days as I've been poking around in Recovery Mode this morning, my computer's been rebooted about half a dozen times, and maybe that'll clear a something... Stranger things have happened before!

But it is frustrating that Apple release buggy software but have made it so difficult to go back to what worked. I tried to reinstall my last Time Machine copy of Big Sur - but it wasn't having any of it! Just directed me to reinstalling blooming Monterey again!
I think if you really really want to downgrade. U need to use the ipsw and use Apple Configurator to downgrade it (the oldest you can is the one it came with). Although you might be able to boot a big sur system with the bootable USB install method if you choose reduced security in the startup utility thingy
 
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I think if you really really want to downgrade. U need to use the ipsw and use Apple Configurator to downgrade it (the oldest you can is the one it came with). Although you might be able to boot a big sur system with the bootable USB install method if you choose reduced security in the startup utility thingy
Hmm... I'm thinking the bootable USB method would probably work me (my other Macs are 2014 & '15), and I guess I'd only have to reduce security to use the installer, then put it back to how it was.

But I've just thought of something to try first...

I'm thinking maybe my iMac is crashing the nights when I've been using my laptop in bed, so perhaps syncing the tabs, photos, or whatever with iCloud whilst asleep is causing the crashes?

I may try just closing Safari and photos down before I go to bed and see if that makes any difference. I don't really want to close anything else down, as I leave lots of stuff running on my computer to pick up where I left off the next day. Which is why this is so annoying.
 

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Hmm... I'm thinking the bootable USB method would probably work me (my other Macs are 2014 & '15), and I guess I'd only have to reduce security to use the installer, then put it back to how it was.

But I've just thought of something to try first...

I'm thinking maybe my iMac is crashing the nights when I've been using my laptop in bed, so perhaps syncing the tabs, photos, or whatever with iCloud whilst asleep is causing the crashes?

I may try just closing Safari and photos down before I go to bed and see if that makes any difference. I don't really want to close anything else down, as I leave lots of stuff running on my computer to pick up where I left off the next day. Which is why this is so annoying.
Try not running any apps. And if it still crashes then it's something on the system prob
 
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Try not running any apps. And if it still crashes then it's something on the system prob
Yeah, that's a good idea.

Also, as it's easy (in so far as Apple wants me to download Monterey & nothing else!) I've just started a clean install of Monterey onto a fresh partition to see how that behaves. Even in just six months of ownership I've accumulated a lot of junk on it - something may be causing issues...

I don't mind a few days "messing about" if I can just get the damn thing to work reliably.
 
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I think if you really really want to downgrade. U need to use the ipsw and use Apple Configurator to downgrade it (the oldest you can is the one it came with). Although you might be able to boot a big sur system with the bootable USB install method if you choose reduced security in the startup utility thingy

I've been running on my "new" clean install of Monterey for a couple of days now, and touch wood it seems far more stable with no crashes. Only bug I've found is Do Not Disturb doesn't work (still chimes away for email), but I've cunningly solved that by using the volume buttons! ?

So unless it goes flaky again I'm a happy bunny...

In the meantime I have looked into Apple Configurator and realised that I can run it on my 2014 MB Air (for some reason I'd got it into my head I'd need another M1 Mac to plug into this one). So if at a later date I do decide I'd rather use Big Sur, or I just brick my new M1 Mac through shear incompetence whilst poking around in Recovery mode I should be able to sort things out!

Anyway, thanks for your advice ?

Incidentally dual booting my M1 system worked just fine. Just a matter of holding down the power button (same as Recovery mode) and selecting which startup disk. Now I'm satisfied with my clean install I've erased the "buggy" copy of Monterey and for now I'm leaving the partition spare. I'll probably use it again when the next version of macOS comes out so I can try it before making it my everyday OS, and I'll keep what by then will hopefully be a solid version of Monterey (12.6?) to continue using if I prefer...

Glad I configured my iMac with a 2TB SSD - I just knew it'd be a good choice!

(I've found partitioning disks very useful in the past. Clean installing each new version of OSX on its own partition kept my original 2009 iMac running smoothly for years..)
 

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I've been running on my "new" clean install of Monterey for a couple of days now, and touch wood it seems far more stable with no crashes. Only bug I've found is Do Not Disturb doesn't work (still chimes away for email), but I've cunningly solved that by using the volume buttons! ?

So unless it goes flaky again I'm a happy bunny...

In the meantime I have looked into Apple Configurator and realised that I can run it on my 2014 MB Air (for some reason I'd got it into my head I'd need another M1 Mac to plug into this one). So if at a later date I do decide I'd rather use Big Sur, or I just brick my new M1 Mac through shear incompetence whilst poking around in Recovery mode I should be able to sort things out!

Anyway, thanks for your advice ?

Incidentally dual booting my M1 system worked just fine. Just a matter of holding down the power button (same as Recovery mode) and selecting which startup disk. Now I'm satisfied with my clean install I've erased the "buggy" copy of Monterey and for now I'm leaving the partition spare. I'll probably use it again when the next version of macOS comes out so I can try it before making it my everyday OS, and I'll keep what by then will hopefully be a solid version of Monterey (12.6?) to continue using if I prefer...

Glad I configured my iMac with a 2TB SSD - I just knew it'd be a good choice!

(I've found partitioning disks very useful in the past. Clean installing each new version of OSX on its own partition kept my original 2009 iMac running smoothly for years..)
Same. I have an old MBA 2014 too. Yeah it works fine there I think. I don't plan on using it since i usually use just the bootable USB installer. But yeah it's nice knowing that I have another rescue option if we can't even go boot to the USB installer
 
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