TouchBar causes Panic?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Creep89, Dec 6, 2016.

  1. Creep89 macrumors 6502

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    Okay, this one is weird. Was playing Football Manager 2017, leading Bayern Munich 4:0 and then.. Nothing. Black screen and my 15" MacBook Pro Late 2016 rebooted (2.7Ghz, 512GB SSD, Radeon Pro 460).

    Looking at what caused the issue, I found this one:

    Code:
    {"os_version":"Watch OS 3.0 (14Y363)","incident_id":"9E9A7834-C280-4491-8EFA-069569DFCF9F","timestamp":"2016-12-06 18:43:08.08 +0000","bug_type":"210"}
    {
      "panicString" : "Debugger message: WDT timeout\n9s ago: 2702m10000004\/3 2702l3 2602m10000004\/3 2602l3 2502m10000004\/3 2501l3 2401m10000004\/3 2401l3 2301m10000004\/3 \nMemory ID: 0x1\nOS version: 14Y363\nKernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 16.1.0: Thu Sep 29 20:11:11 PDT 2016; root:xnu-3789.24.3~1\/RELEASE_ARM_T8002\niBoot version: iBoot-3406.20.16\nsecure boot?: YES\nPaniclog version: 5\nKernel slide:     0x000000000fc00000\nKernel text base: 0x8fc01000\nEpoch Time:        sec       usec\n  Boot    : 0x5841e71a 0x0005ab31\n  Sleep   : 0x5846fb5a 0x000513dc\n  Wake    : 0x5846fc36 0x000b4a5c\n  Calendar: 0x5847069b 0x00020fe4\n\nTotal cpu_usage: 14343780\nThread task pri cpu_usage\n0x801fb640 kernel_task 0 6131375\n0x80296640 kernel_task 0 6124338\n\nPanicked task 0x801e61c0: 9385 pages, 100 threads: pid 0: kernel_task\nPanicked thread: 0x801fb640, backtrace: 0x8ffe7af8\n\t\t  lr: 0x8fcda839  fp: 0x8ffe7b28\n\t\t  lr: 0x9011c1c9  fp: 0x8ffe7f98\n\t\t  lr: 0x9066d6cd  fp: 0x8ffe7fa8\n\t\t  lr: 0x906882e5  fp: 0x8ffe7fe8\n\t\t  lr: 0x8ff4d7ed  fp: 0x8ffe7ff8\n\t\t  lr: 0x8fc05ae0  fp: 0x8f2ebfa8\n\t\t  lr: 0x8fc0749c  fp: 0x00000000\n\n      \n",
      "product" : "iBridge1,1",
      "incident" : "9E9A7834-C280-4491-8EFA-069569DFCF9F",
      "build" : "Watch OS 3.0 (14Y363)",
      "date" : "2016-12-06 18:43:06.82 +0000",
      "crashReporterKey" : "c0dec0dec0dec0dec0dec0dec0dec0dec0de0001",
      "kernel" : "Darwin Kernel Version 16.1.0: Thu Sep 29 20:11:11 PDT 2016; root:xnu-3789.24.3~1\/RELEASE_ARM_T8002",
      "memoryStatus" : {"memoryPressure":{"pagesWanted":0,"pagesReclaimed":0},"decompressions":0,"compressorSize":0,"jetsamLevel":0,"memoryPages":{"fileBacked":8106,"inactive":1136,"active":3264,"wired":25792,"speculative":4620,"throttled":2328,"purgeable":2,"free":88616},"compressions":0,"busyBufferCount":0,"pageSize":4096},
      "processByPid" : {
    [...]
    So TouchBar crashed my whole MacBook? Does anyone else encounter this kind of problem?
     
  2. xraydoc macrumors 604

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    The touch bar itself didn't crash the machine, but OSX's handling of an error returned by the touch bar did. So likely the result of two bugs - one in the touch bar's OS and one in the Mac's OS.

    Yeah, Sierra still has a ton o' bugs that need fixing, including several related to the touch bar.
     
  3. Creep89 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Thanks for the detailed explanation. Wow. So many bugs like you just said.
     

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