How did you do it ? TRIM is enabled in MBP (by default of course)Me too. It's doubled my startup time to around 50 seconds. Actually I can see now that it has disabled TRIM.
[doublepost=1507238353][/doublepost]Update: Just re-enabled trim and it restarted in 15 seconds.
Mine is a 3rd party drive from Samsung and Trim was enabled previously. The supplemental upgrade disabled it for some reason.
Go to terminal and type in: sudo trimforce enable
You will be asked to enter your password. Next, answer Y (for yes) to each of the following questions.
After a short delay the computer will reboot and Trim is enabled.
This video shows it neatly, but if it shows that Trim is enabled in the system report, it may not do anything.
He has stock Apple SSD, cannot disable TRIM.
Yeah, 2 weeks ago I turned Trim off and my boot up/restart time was back to 9 seconds. Now that I have updated to 10.13.2, I may turn it back on to see if this nonsense is fixed.Hoping a future update will correct this. Not the end of the world but annoying none the less.
Did some start up research on macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 (release) and on my 2017 MacBook Pro 15" TouchBar Core i7 3.1 GHz laptop, it takes about 12 seconds for the first half of the progress bar, then anywhere from 48 seconds to 1 minute 8 seconds to fill it and show the login screen. Using verbose mode (Command - V) pressed at startup, the delay seems to be where the Apple Key Store is initialized and accessed. If this is accessing the Keychain database, I wonder if some of us require a database rebuild. Anyone else see this?
Did you ever figure anything out related to this? Mine looks like it is slowing down on the same thing. None of the options in the other thread linked above is working.
I’m on a 2015 MacBook Pro Retina 13”.
Unfortunately I have the same issue on a MacBook Pro 15 2017.
I don't understand why the boot time is very slow compared to my Windows 10 work Notebook....!
It’s TRIM issue, not 100% sure if APFS related. But seems APFS + TRIM is the worst combination, and have high chance trigger this slow boot issue.