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March 22nd, 2016

No further ideas so I’ll revert to my clone and try to update again.

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@ScooterComputer It fixed problems but still won’t boot other than through recovery.

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@ScooterComputer Seems like a different issue. I’m just getting lsd crashes that seem to prevent login.

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After Disk Utility it now freezes at login with a half progress bar instead of a full one. Or an empty bar in verbose mode.

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Disk Utility on recovery partition is fixing volume information. I thought it would do this much earlier in boot automatically.

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The system.log in single user mode shows a continuous stream of lsd (launch services) crashes.

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@brysonholland I went out for 3 hours and still hung. Something like this happened with 10.11.x before (SIP migration?) but fixed itself.

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@willco007 It logs some stuff, then hides the log and gets stuck with the apple and progress bar again.

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Main Mac won’t boot after 10.11.4 update. Just freezes with full progress bar after logging in.

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@peternlewis That makes sense. I started using NSRA because of problems that emerged with the Process Manager. Seemed unlikely to be fixed.

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@peternlewis :( NSRA has been working OK for my limited uses. I’m getting the same error sending an AppleEvents to the Finder.

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@peternlewis Did you ever find a solution to the “AppleEvents: Send port for process has no send right” error? openradar.me/18890642

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