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excelsior.ink

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Apr 15, 2020
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I tried the following but it didn't help:
sudo mdutil -Ea /


/:


2022-03-31 09:29:33.448 mdutil[9896:243098] mdutil disabling Spotlight: / -> kMDConfigSearchLevelOff


Indexing and searching disabled.


/System/Volumes/Data:


2022-03-31 09:29:33.473 mdutil[9896:243098] mdutil disabling Spotlight: /System/Volumes/Data -> kMDConfigSearchLevelOff


Indexing and searching disabled.
 

njvm

macrumors regular
Jul 17, 2018
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via here:

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excelsior.ink

macrumors regular
Original poster
Apr 15, 2020
134
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I tried. What seems to have resolved the issue was:
- boot into safe mode
- run Disk Utility -> First Aid (AFAIK this also repairs file permissions)
Thanks, anyway!
 

j0ester

macrumors member
Jun 14, 2012
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I usually go to the Privacy tab: put the local disk in it..and then remove it. This would fix the DB.
 
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