Today out 10.13.1 ?


ashleykaryl

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Finished the update now, but it was a strange process quite unlike any other I recall. At one point the screen was black for several minutes with nothing apparently going on.
 

borgeindergaard

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Yep it's out here in Norway too. Backing up now and getting ready to do the update. Hoping for a fix for the AMD GPU resume from sleep performance issues.
 
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xgman

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10.13.2 is also up for dev's . I wonder how long till that public beta posts.
 

simonsi

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Just updated, no issues, time bar during the upgrade jumped from 7mins to the login prompt so only took about 3-4mins to do the update.
 

MacnewWorld

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I dont beleave now my system is running fastest . Thanks you Apple !!!!!!! WOW
 

Morpheo

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I don't know about you guys, but I find it mildly annoying that the only updates mentioned on the main MR page are watchOS and iOS. 10.13.1 is relegated to the "more macrumors stories" column. Oh well...
 
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xgman

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I don't know about you guys, but I find it mildly annoying that the only updates mentioned on the main MR page are watchOS and iOS. 10.13.1 is relegated to the "more macrumors stories" column. Oh well...
ha ugg. I'll chalk it up to an oversight. I' haven't seen that before though. I guess there weren't enough emojis added this update to justify front page or more likely.. a drunken Halloween party!
 

shirogane

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After the macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 update on my MacBook Pro Retina 2015 15" w/ SSD, I have a strange issue with APFS storage. When I erase files, I don't gain back the space.

Anyone else have this issue?
 

ashleykaryl

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After the macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 update on my MacBook Pro Retina 2015 15" w/ SSD, I have a strange issue with APFS storage. When I erase files, I don't gain back the space.

Anyone else have this issue?
I have apparently lost 10 gigs in available drive space simply updating fro, 10.13. 10.13.1. Speed seems good though.
 

shirogane

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I have apparently lost 10 gigs in available drive space simply updating fro, 10.13. 10.13.1. Speed seems good though.
I found the solution, someone posted it here on another thread, I gained back 34GB from this solution and here it is:

sdugoten said:

"I eventually use this command to find all the local timemachine snapshot

tmutil listlocalsnapshots /

And then delete them one by one using

tmutil deletelocalsnapshots <snapshot_date>


This "feature" with APFS + TimeMachine local snapshot is very annoying as time machine will cache whatever you dump into your computer locally on your machine. If you dump 300GB files on your desktop, it WILL cache it in the local snapshot. And it will stay on your computer even after you delete the original file. Yes, you just lost 300GB space even you have already delete the original file.

You will have to manually delete the local snapshot in TimeMachine to get back your space."
 

ashleykaryl

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In theory it should sort itself out if you give it a bit of time. I saw some big drops in available drive space after first installing High Sierra, but that was resolved following a clean install and it's remained remarkably stable over the last couple of weeks until now. I'm not too panicked at the moment, but I'll keep an eye on it.
 

shirogane

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macOS High Sierra now takes TimeMachine ocal snapshots on APFS file system after major system updates and I lost disk space and after following the solution mentioned by another user in another thread that I just posted, I was able to gain back all my lost disk space and everything is good again!
 

burgman

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Safari extensions are broken for me after updating. Hopefully LastPass will update soon. Chrome works though ;)