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Question: macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 Update

Hello,


It's the first time in 15 years that I've ever had an update issue.


I am on macOS 10.13.3 and downloaded the 10.13.4 update from the Mac App Store, clicked on Restart when prompted to Install it and then after a few minutes of it updating got the following message:


User uploaded file


I was able to return to the Diagnostics and Install Log Error screen and saved the errors, which you can see in the Text File Below:


Any help on resolving this issue would be appreciated.


Thanks,


Nicolas


Error Log:


Mar 30 12:07:39 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: opendirectoryd (build 483.500) launched - installer mode

Mar 30 12:07:39 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [default] Failed to open file <private> [2: No such file or directory]

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [default] Initialize trigger support

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [default] Failed to open file <private> [2: No such file or directory]

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [default] Failed to open file <private> [2: No such file or directory]

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [default] created endpoint for mach service 'com.apple.private.opendirectoryd.rpc'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Registered RPC over XPC 'reset_cache' for service 'com.apple.private.opendirectoryd.rpc'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Registered RPC over XPC 'reset_statistics' for service 'com.apple.private.opendirectoryd.rpc'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Registered RPC over XPC 'show' for service 'com.apple.private.opendirectoryd.rpc'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] starting endpoint for service 'com.apple.private.opendirectoryd.rpc'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [default] Failed to open file <private> [2: No such file or directory]

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Registered node with name '/Configure' as hidden

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - fired node event 'register' for '/Configure'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - notified opendirectoryd:nodes;register;/Configure

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [default] Failed to open file <private> [2: No such file or directory]

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Registered node with name '/Local' as hidden

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - fired node event 'register' for '/Local'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - notified opendirectoryd:nodes;register;/Local

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - fired node event 'register' for '/Local'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] loading configuration for '/Local' from '/System/Library/OpenDirectory/Configurations/Local.plist'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [default] Loaded bundle at path '/System/Library/OpenDirectory/Modules/PlistFile.bundle'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - new attribute trigger watching for 'opendirectoryd:records;modify;/Local/Default;dsRecTypeStandard:Config;CIFSServ er;dsAttrTypeStandard:XMLPlist'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [default] Failed to open file <private> [2: No such file or directory]

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] unable to find authentication module 'AppleID'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] unable to find authentication module 'SecureToken'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Registered subnode with name '/Local/Default'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - fired node event 'register' for '/Local/Default'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - notified opendirectoryd:nodes;register;/Local/Default

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Registering for network changes

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] nodestate - starting check for '/Local/Default'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] failed to open local node for internal record copy

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] service discovery skipped for node '/Local/Default'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - fired node event 'register' for '/Local/Default'

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [auth] SecureTokens are not supported for '/private/var/db/dslocal/nodes/Default' (/dev/disk2s1), requires APFS

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Node is 10.7 or later

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] initiating reconnect for 3E4FED05-3B7D-4338-9FC8-D44758A0D5AF

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] nodestate - flagging '/Local/Default' online

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Trigger - notified opendirectoryd:nodes;online;/Local/Default

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] ODNodeCreateWithNameAndOptions request, SessionID: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000, Name: /Local/Default, Options: 0x0

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] node assigned UUID - B6424D06-C0CB-47B5-A058-F54D870004C0

Mar 30 12:07:40 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] ODNodeCreateWithNameAndOptions completed

Mar 30 12:07:41 localhost powerd[173]: powerd process is started

Mar 30 12:07:42 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Received a network change notification

Mar 30 12:07:42 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] UID: 0, EUID: 0, GID: 0, EGID: 0

Mar 30 12:07:42 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] ODNodeCreateWithNameAndOptions request, SessionID: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000, Name: /Search, Options: 0x0

Mar 30 12:07:42 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Setting external work dequeue limit to 256

Mar 30 12:07:42 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Setting external work limit to 128

Mar 30 12:07:42 localhost opendirectoryd[186]: [session] ODNodeCreateWithNameAndOptions failed with result 2000

Mar 30 12:07:44 localhost Unknown[523]: kern.boottime: { sec = 1522411646, usec = 0 } Fri Mar 30 12:07:26 2018

Mar 30 12:07:44 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Progress UI App Starting

Mar 30 12:07:44 MacBook-Pro bspowerassertiontool[529]: Tool exited successfully (0).

Mar 30 12:07:44 MacBook-Pro Unknown[534]: Launching the Language Chooser for an OS Install

Mar 30 12:07:44 MacBook-Pro launchprogresswindow[532]: ISAP: Show progress UI called

Mar 30 12:07:46 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Processing a network change notification

Mar 30 12:08:12 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Received a network change notification

Mar 30 12:08:12 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Received a network change notification

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: IASGetCurrentInstallPhaseList: phases = (

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "Software Update Post Logout";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 7;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = Restarting;

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 2;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "Boot 1";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 7;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "Language Chooser";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 3;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "OS Installer";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 56;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "Language Chooser 2";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 1;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "OS Installer 2";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 1;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = Placeholder;

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 24;

}

)

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: IASGetCurrentInstallPhase: Current phase name is "OS Installer 2"

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: phaseName = OS Installer 2

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: _currentPhase = "<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ed109d0: 'OS Installer 2', percentage 1.0, delay 0>", _phases = (

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ed0bee0: 'Software Update Post Logout', percentage 7.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ed016c0: 'Restarting', percentage 2.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ed01bb0: 'Boot 1', percentage 7.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ed0e590: 'Language Chooser', percentage 3.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ed0db50: 'OS Installer', percentage 56.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ed0dba0: 'Language Chooser 2', percentage 1.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ed109d0: 'OS Installer 2', percentage 1.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ed10a40: 'Placeholder', percentage 24.0, delay 0>"

)

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: IASGetCurrentInstallPhaseList: phases = (

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "Software Update Post Logout";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 7;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = Restarting;

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 2;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "Boot 1";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 7;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "Language Chooser";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 3;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "OS Installer";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 56;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "Language Chooser 2";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 1;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = "OS Installer 2";

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 1;

},

{

ConclusionDelay = 0;

InstallPhase = Placeholder;

InstallPhasePercentageKey = 24;

}

)

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: IASGetCurrentInstallPhase: Current phase name is "OS Installer 2"

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: phaseName = OS Installer 2

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: _currentPhase = "<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ec1c190: 'OS Installer 2', percentage 1.0, delay 0>", _phases = (

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f31104e20: 'Software Update Post Logout', percentage 7.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f31104ec0: 'Restarting', percentage 2.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f31104ee0: 'Boot 1', percentage 7.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f311046b0: 'Language Chooser', percentage 3.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ec1ccb0: 'OS Installer', percentage 56.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ec13780: 'Language Chooser 2', percentage 1.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ec1c190: 'OS Installer 2', percentage 1.0, delay 0>",

"<IASPPhase: 0x7f8f2ec11840: 'Placeholder', percentage 24.0, delay 0>"

)

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] Processing a network change notification

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Progress app is loading…

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Progress app is running…

Mar 30 12:08:16 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Showing Progress UI

Mar 30 12:08:17 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: There are 0 window(s) and 1 display(s), 1 window(s) will be added

Mar 30 12:08:17 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: IOProgressColorTheme is set to 1

Mar 30 12:08:17 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Created a window at {{0, 0}, {1440, 900}}

Mar 30 12:08:17 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Status is ""

Mar 30 12:08:17 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Alternate status is ""

Mar 30 12:08:18 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Setting window alpha values to 0.0

Mar 30 12:08:18 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Ordering windows front

Mar 30 12:08:18 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Ordering windows front

Mar 30 12:08:18 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Setting window alpha values to 1.0

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent language: en

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent language: de

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent language: zh-Hant

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent language: es

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent language: bar

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent language: fr

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent language: it

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent country code: US

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent country code: AT

Mar 30 12:08:23 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: LCA: most frequent country code: TW

Mar 30 12:08:24 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: Using progress phase: Language Chooser

Mar 30 12:08:24 MacBook-Pro Unknown[536]: 2018-03-30 12:08:24.455 Language Chooser[535:6559] TISFileInterrogator updateSystemInputSources false but old data invalid: currentCacheHeaderPtr nonNULL? 0, ->cacheFormatVersion 0, ->magicCookie 00000000, inputSourceTableCountSys 0

Mar 30 12:08:24 MacBook-Pro Unknown[536]: Keyboard Layouts: duplicate keyboard layout identifier -14934.

Mar 30 12:08:24 MacBook-Pro Unknown[536]: Keyboard Layouts: keyboard layout identifier -14934 has been replaced with -28673.

Mar 30 12:08:24 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: Factory cable attached: 0

Mar 30 12:08:24 MacBook-Pro Unknown[536]: Setting boot completed.

Mar 30 12:08:24 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: Could not read prev-lang:kbd to set keyboard.

Mar 30 12:08:24 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: No primary language hint found

Mar 30 12:08:24 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: Launching the Installer using language code "en"

Mar 30 12:08:26 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: Not hiding Language Chooser in window counter

Mar 30 12:08:26 MacBook-Pro storagekitd[555]: Starting SKDaemon...

Mar 30 12:08:26 MacBook-Pro storagekitd[555]: Client entitled for destructive operations

Mar 30 12:08:26 MacBook-Pro storagekitd[555]: Adding client connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7f90e8503560> connection from pid 554

Mar 30 12:08:26 MacBook-Pro Unknown[536]: 2018-03-30 12:08:26.730 macOS Installer[554:49966] TISFileInterrogator updateSystemInputSources false but old data invalid: currentCacheHeaderPtr nonNULL? 0, ->cacheFormatVersion 0, ->magicCookie 00000000, inputSourceTableCountSys 0

Mar 30 12:08:26 MacBook-Pro Unknown[536]: Keyboard Layouts: duplicate keyboard layout identifier -14934.

Mar 30 12:08:26 MacBook-Pro Unknown[536]: Keyboard Layouts: keyboard layout identifier -14934 has been replaced with -28673.

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Connected to daemon. Language set to: English

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Connected to daemon. Language set to: English

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro Unknown[536]: 2018-03-30 12:08:27.492 macOS Installer[554:50219] Connected to daemon. Language set to: English

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro Unknown[536]: 2018-03-30 12:08:27.492 macOS Installer[554:50219] Connected to daemon. Language set to: English

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: No mutable product specified in NVRAM.

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: We are not image source booted attempting more robust automation fallback.

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: No mutable product specified on boot disk.

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Hardware: MacBookPro11,3 @ 2.60 GHz (x 8), 16384 MB RAM

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Running OS Build: Mac OS X 10.13.4 (17E199)

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: DYLD_NO_FIX_PREBINDING=1

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: PATH=/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: PWD=/

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: XPC_FLAGS=0x0

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: XPC_SERVICE_NAME=0

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: SHLVL=1

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: __OSINSTALL_ENVIRONMENT=1

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: CI_DEFAULT_OPENCL_USAGE=0

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: OS_INSTALL=1

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: CA_ASSERT_MAIN_THREAD_TRANSACTIONS=1

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Env: _=/System/Library/CoreServices/Language Chooser.app/Contents/MacOS/Language Chooser

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Will not update firmware because we can't find the mutable product ((null))

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Creating connection

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Connection = 0x7fd9768f5410, callers = (

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd9768f7630>"

)

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Registering the connection

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: client 0x7fd9768f5210: phaseName = OS Installer 2

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Low battery status changed: 0

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: client 0x7fd9768f5210: phaseName = "OS Installer 2"

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Mutable product: Looking for automation file at (null)

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: No file at (null)

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Install Config: Looking for automation file at (null)

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: No file at /System/Installation/Packages/Extras/minstallconfig.xml

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Looking for automation file at (null)

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: No mutable product found

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Install will not be automated, automation is required to proceed.

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Failed to open installer document

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Connection = 0x7fd9768f5410, callers = (

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd9768f7630>",

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd9768f4ea0>"

)

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Registering the connection

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: client 0x7fd9768f4e40: phaseName = OS Installer

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: client 0x7fd9768f4e40: phaseName = "OS Installer"

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: ISAP: hide progress UI called

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: ISAP: hide progress UI called

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Clearing automation and attempting to rebless. source volume: Unknown rebless: Unknown

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Failed to get UUID for system rebless.

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Hiding Progress UI

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Setting window alpha values to 0.0

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: calling progress app remoteObjectProxy

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Connection = 0x7fd9768f5410, callers = (

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd9768f7630>",

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd9768f4ea0>",

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd976c08d40>"

)

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: version = 2

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: isModernOS = 1

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: isModernOS = 1

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Connection = 0x7fd9768f5410, callers = (

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd9768f7630>",

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd9768f4ea0>",

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd976c08d40>",

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7fd9768f7b10>"

)

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Registering the connection

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: client 0x7fd9768f5250: phaseName = OS Installer

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: client 0x7fd9768f5250: phaseName = "OS Installer"

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: ISAP: hide progress UI called

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: ISAP: hide progress UI called

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: client 0x7fd9768f5250: phaseName = OS Installer

Mar 30 12:08:27 MacBook-Pro OSInstaller[554]: Releasing Connection

Mar 30 12:08:28 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Ordering windows out

Mar 30 12:08:28 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: ISAP: Done with Phase "Language Chooser"

Mar 30 12:08:28 MacBook-Pro Installer Progress[180]: Done with phase = "Language Chooser"

Mar 30 12:08:31 MacBook-Pro powerd[173]: Assertion Created. Type:UserIsActive Name:'com.apple.iohideventsystem.queue.tickle.4294968123.11' Id:0x90000800a Process:hidd [System: DeclUser kDisp]

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro storagekitd[555]: Removing client connection <SKDaemonConnection: 0x7f90e8503ed0>

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro storagekitd[555]: No more connections, storagekitd will exit...

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Language Chooser[535]: Child process exited 0

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Unknown[561]: Launching the Installer Crash Log Viewer

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: Creating connection

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: Connection = 0x7ffc80e35020, callers = (

"<IASUPCaller: 0x7ffc80e37a20>"

)

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: Registering the connection

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: client 0x7ffc80e34da0: phaseName = Installer Crash Catcher

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: client 0x7ffc80e34da0: phaseName = "Installer Crash Catcher"

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: ISAP: hide progress UI called

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: ISAP: hide progress UI called

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: client 0x7ffc80e34da0: phaseName = Installer Crash Catcher

Mar 30 12:08:41 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: Releasing Connection

Mar 30 12:09:25 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: Folder Manager is being asked to create a folder (down) while running as uid 0

Mar 30 12:09:25 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: Folder Manager is being asked to create a folder (down) while running as uid 0

Mar 30 12:09:25 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] UID: 0, EUID: 0, GID: 0, EGID: 0

Mar 30 12:09:25 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] ODNodeCreateWithNameAndOptions request, SessionID: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000, Name: /Local/Default, Options: 0x0

Mar 30 12:09:25 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] node assigned UUID - 76868F2E-2639-4D2E-B11D-465A683439B5

Mar 30 12:09:25 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] ODNodeCreateWithNameAndOptions completed

Mar 30 12:09:25 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] UID: 0, EUID: 0, GID: 0, EGID: 0

Mar 30 12:09:25 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] ODQueryCreateWithNode request, NodeID: 76868F2E-2639-4D2E-B11D-465A683439B5, RecordType(s): dsRecTypeStandard:SharePoints, Attribute: dsAttrTypeStandard:RecordName, MatchType: Any, Equality: CaseExact, Value(s): dsRecordsAll, Requested Attributes: afp_use_parent_privs,dsAttrTypeStandard:GeneratedUID,afp_name,smb_inherit_permi ssions,dsAttrTypeStandard:AppleMetaNodeLocation,afp_shared,dsAttrTypeStandard:Re cordType,sharepoint_version,smb_directorymask,smb_name,directory_path,dsAttrType Standard:RecordName,afp_use_parent_owner,ftp_shared,smb_shared,smb_guestaccess,s mb_oplocks,afp_guestaccess,dsAttrTypeStandard:AppleMetaRecordName,ftp_guestacces s,smb_strictlocking,ftp_name,sharepoint_account_uuid,smb_createmask,sharepoint_g roup_id, Max Results: 2147483647

Mar 30 12:09:25 MacBook-Pro opendirectoryd[186]: [session] ODQueryCreateWithNode completed

Mar 30 12:09:32 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: Folder Manager is being asked to create a folder (down) while running as uid 0

Mar 30 12:09:32 MacBook-Pro Viewer[562]: Folder Manager is being asked to create a folder (down) while running as uid 0

MacBook Pro with Retina display, macOS High Sierra (10.13.1)

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Mar 30, 2018 7:24 AM in response to Nicolas Online In response to Nicolas Online

I just re-installed it and it worked.


Unfortunately on my MacBook Pro Retina Late 2013, my NVIDIA CUDA is still not compatible with High Sierra. I thought maybe the 10.13.4 version would fix things. But alas it hasn't.


First time in 15 years I'm downgrading.


Re-Hello Sierra.

Mar 30, 2018 7:24 AM

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Mar 30, 2018 7:57 AM in response to CT In response to CT

The issue has gotten so big that NVIDIA support doesn't even discuss it. It's on the NVIDIA Devtalk forum https://goo.gl/TgT3hg


All Macs including iMacs, MacBook pros, MacBooks with NVIDIA chips from 2013-2015 are affected under High Sierra. There are workarounds but unfortunately it is not an NVIDIA (that's everyone's including my first instinct) issue anymore, rather an Apple issue.


But thanks for the tip.

Mar 30, 2018 7:57 AM

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Mar 30, 2018 3:17 PM in response to Nicolas Online In response to Nicolas Online

Same/Similar here after 'upgrading' with 10.13.4 ... most **ALL** my long term 3rd party apps are no longer working nor are recognized. This so called 'upgrade' is going to cost me a LOT of $$$ due to the loss / incompatibility of these apps. For me, this is an uncompromising and potentially expensive DISASTER.


**** Is there a way to totally remove 10.13.4 and reinstall 10.13.3 ***** ?????????????

Mar 30, 2018 3:17 PM

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Mar 31, 2018 10:05 AM in response to Nicolas Online In response to Nicolas Online

The update to 10.13.4 n my MacBookPro late 2013 crashed the machine and the Installer log is not helpful.

I did the same update on an MacBook Air 13 -inch 2017 and it took a long time, but succeeded.

Whenever I restart the MacBook Pro it runs into the same stop.

Unfortunately, I have no bootable external drive. I may be able to clone the MacBook Air system.

any advice?

Thanks Apple!


GK

Mar 31, 2018 10:05 AM

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Mar 31, 2018 10:32 AM in response to Gerfried Kumbartzki In response to Gerfried Kumbartzki

Hey Gerfried,


Don't go through all that! It's too much trouble.


Basically what you need to do is turn off your MacBook Pro completely, then turn it back on, and as soon as you turn it back on Press the "D" key. It will go into Diagnostics mode.


Once it goes into diagnostics mode and gives you all the info, you can select at the top menu bar "startup disk..." and then select the default "Macintosh HD" drive. It will boot back into 10.13.3


From there you can either trouble shoot 10.13.4 or you can keep 10.13.3 or do as I am going to do tonight, downgrading to a stable Sierra 10.12.6 with a clean install!


Hope this helps,


Nick

Mar 31, 2018 10:32 AM

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Mar 31, 2018 1:18 PM in response to Nicolas Online In response to Nicolas Online

I tried to answer, but twice my reply was not going through.

Thanks, although not straight as suggested, I found back to 10.13.3.

The diagnostic seem to see a disk failure of the SDD drive. Disk Utility completes a "repair" but sees under allocated space and the spacebar in Disk Utility claim zero space used. It reports only the free space

Gerfried

Mar 31, 2018 1:18 PM

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Mar 31, 2018 1:25 PM in response to Gerfried Kumbartzki In response to Gerfried Kumbartzki

I know someone who had the same error. Quite frankly I use my MacBook Pro for my business and it is at this stage way too risky to keep using High Sierra. I am in the process of downgrading to Sierra. I suggest staying at 10.13.3 for now until it is safer to upgrade. Another alternative is to re-download High Sierra full version from the Mac App Store, load it on a USB key and install it from scratch, like this 10.13.4 should be installed properly on your system, it has worked for my friend who is also on a 2013 MacBook pro retina.


Cheers,


Nick

Mar 31, 2018 1:25 PM

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Apr 5, 2018 7:12 PM in response to Nicolas Online In response to Nicolas Online

UPDATE --- RE: various third party programs/apps no longer working with 'upgrade' to OSX 10.13.4

I have discovered via communication with program authors at attempt of correction to several apps/programs failing to operate that:

OSX10.13.4 apparently DOES NOT support nor recognize any program that is ***32-bit based***. and that did operate successfully with previous versions of OS: 10.13.3 and previous.
OSX10.13.4 apparently ONLY recognizes programs written with 64-bit based coding, etc.

Apr 5, 2018 7:12 PM

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Apr 6, 2018 2:09 AM in response to Richard Hampel In response to Richard Hampel

Richard Hampel wrote:


UPDATE --- RE: various third party programs/apps no longer working with 'upgrade' to OSX 10.13.4

I have discovered via communication with program authors at attempt of correction to several apps/programs failing to operate that:

OSX10.13.4 apparently DOES NOT support nor recognize any program that is ***32-bit based***. and that did operate successfully with previous versions of OS: 10.13.3 and previous.
OSX10.13.4 apparently ONLY recognizes programs written with 64-bit based coding, etc.


That is INCORRECT.


10.13.4 still supports 32-bit programs. Even some of Apple's own programs are still 32-bit (DVD Player and Compressor, for example).


I have about 20 32-bit applications on my mac, like MPEG Streamclip, or TextWrangler, and they work.

Apr 6, 2018 2:09 AM

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Apr 6, 2018 2:40 AM in response to Luis Sequeira1 In response to Luis Sequeira1

Luis is right 10.13.4 still supports 32-bit applications.


The only problem most people are having with NVIDIA graphics cards in all macs (MacBook pros, iMacs, mac pros) from 2013-2015 is the CUDA driver from NIVIDIA with High Sierra. Basically the NVIDIA driver is rendered useless unless the Web Driver Version is Installed.


For this reason I downgraded to Sierra (which I've never done before), but have found the general stability of the OS much more reliable, zippy, responsive. It's no wonder Apple and Craig Fedirighi as well as the whole software development teams will be focusing the next iOS and macOS versions on stability, bug fixes and just running smoothly - and less on new features.


I personally believe that this yearly cycle of updating and pushing out new features has downsides as it puts unnecessary pressure to deliver a new product that is not necessarily ready to be pushed out.


I remember back in the mid to late 2000's, which was an era comparable to today's in terms of what the OS's deliver, there was no set date for OS X release dates, no promises that every year a new OS would be out. They worked on an OS until they felt like it was time for a release and it was worthy of one. It could be a 2 or 3 years. And of course there were bugs and a period of adaptation for many users, but generally speaking that happens with every new release. I just don't get this self-imposed yearly cycle, at least not for macOS. I kinda get it for iOS, but not really.


This year since updating to High Sierra on a late 2013 MacBook Pro that was fully spec'd and still beats MacBook pros today on Geekbench, I spent countless hours since September trying to resolve various issues, king of them being NVIDIA compatibility. I use my Mac for my business, and this is an instance where using a Mac doesn't just work.


NVIDIA blames Apple, and Apple doesn't know what's going on, neither the Geniuses or online support. Same thing happened last year with Sierra's update btw, where the NVIDIA graphics card was not fucntioning and an Apple Engineer actually contacted me (it had never happened before), and it showed me that this was a serious issue. This was the post that prompted that: macOS Sierra & NVIDIA GPU


But even on NVIDIA's forum, this isn't discussed. Rather it's discussed in their developer forum, which you can see on this link: https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1025945/mac-cuda-9-0-driver-fully-compa tible-with-macos-high-sierra-10-13-error…


My honest advice to anyone experiencing any issues with High Sierra as I have since September is to downgrade to Sierra. I was hoping the big 10.13.4 update would fix things, but it hasn't so after half a year of tinkering, researching, and hoping, I'm back to stability. APFS, HEVC, Virtual Reality, eGPU's, Metal 2 are all amazing features, but not worth it when your Mac's baseline performance isn't even there.

Apr 6, 2018 2:40 AM

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Apr 6, 2018 4:27 AM in response to Nicolas Online In response to Nicolas Online

I have a 2014 rMBP with the same NVIDIA card, but I don't use any applications that rely on CUDA, and in fact I have NO CUDA driver installed. I see no problems here, but I understand that if you use applications that rely on CUDA and the driver does not perform adequately it is a BIG problem.

Apr 6, 2018 4:27 AM

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