Apple hat ein Update für das Mac-Betriebssystem OS X veröffentlicht, welches u.a. die Verwendung von 4k-Displays verbessert.
I was doing well with the first three new Mac Pro installs here.
Now the fourth and fifth are driving me insane with stupid "System error...kext" crap coming up constantly.
Based on 25 years of experience with the MacOS it felt like we were far enough downstream from the Mavericks debut to expect 10.9.3 to be the solid release we typically get a few months after a big jump. Evidently NOT.
This is the first time I've been really burnt by an update. And what a week ago felt like a badass and fast machine has turned into a glitchy garbage can.
Now my RAID
refuses to go to sleep when the computer does. Yep, this is the first OS rev that's really ruined my day.
I've been working on my 8-core all morning. This release distribution of 10.9.3 is really crappy. It's nothing like the last two beta seeds we had. WTF Apple???
Tons of things that were fixed in the last few 10.9.3 beta seeds are now broken again, sometimes worse than 10.9.2. OpenCL is F'd up. Not sure what we have going on.
I've never had an OS Update bork as many things system wide as this one has.
I submitted bug reports to apple all yesterday...mostly while I screamed at my computer.
Again no issues in Resolve, but Premiere has been buggy as shit since the 10.9.3 update. TONS of render issues, screen garbage, or crashes.
I can't remember the last time I had a kernel panic, and now I've had two in the past 48hrs.
I've had one kernel panic and another graphics issue where the whole screen turned into some mess from a 90's hacker movie. Not thrilled.
10.9.3 is causing all kinds of video playback (GPU/OpenCL) related issues on my nMP 8 Core. Footage won't playback, full on system hangs when you try, garbled video etc.. Seems to persist in PPCS6 & Resolve 10.1.4/5. Like a donkey
I'm having issues with Resolve after some more testing. Some of my nodes just fail to produce or pass thru an image and I've had the system hang a couple times,
Ja, blöd, kein Glanzstück. System-Updates sofort aufspielen tut allerdings niemand, auch kein Mac-User, der noch alle Tassen im Schrank hat (und gerade an einem Projekt sitzt).
Noch viel blöder ist allerdings, keine Time Machine in Betrieb zu haben, um auf Knopfdruck bei Bedarf ganz easy wieder die Kehrtwende zu machen, bis die Probleme mit Adobe und Blackmagic behoben sind. Ohne Time Machine zu arbeiten (wozu Back up?) ist geradezu hirnrissig. Gegen Dummheit hilft auch ein Mac nicht.