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The Update was no problem. Clover and Kexts not updated.
But I have the acountsd problem, already on macOS 10.15.6
 
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But I have the acountsd problem, already on macOS 10.15.6
I had the accountsd problem too. Fixed it by stopping the commerce process and then restarting.
 
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Unfortunately can't fix the accountsd problem. It takes 400-500% CPU.
things like
- Apple ID signout/signin,
- Unchecking everything from sync
- Internet and mail accounts removal
- just recreating /Library/Accounts/Accounts4.sqlite ,
- rebuilding caches (I have only native things in /L/E)
- executing
`sudo -v ; killall -9 accountsd http://com.apple.iCloudHelper ; defaults delete MobileMeAccounts ; mkdir ~/Library/Accounts/Backup ; mv ~/Library/Accounts/*.sqlite* ~/Library/Accounts/Backup/ ; killall -9 accountsd http://com.apple.iCloudHelper ; sudo reboot`
etc was not helpful.
I.e. if I sign in into any Apple service, it starts taking > 100% CPU
 
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Unfortunately can't fix the accountsd problem. It takes 400-500% CPU.
things like
- Apple ID signout/signin,
- Unchecking everything from sync
- just recreating /Library/Accounts/Accounts4.sqlite ,
- rebuilding caches (I have only native things in /L/E)
- executing
`sudo -v ; killall -9 accountsd http://com.apple.iCloudHelper ; defaults delete MobileMeAccounts ; mkdir ~/Library/Accounts/Backup ; mv ~/Library/Accounts/*.sqlite* ~/Library/Accounts/Backup/ ; killall -9 accountsd http://com.apple.iCloudHelper ; sudo reboot`
etc was not helpful.
I.e. if I sign in into any Apple service, it start taking > 100% CPU
i have given you your own thread
 
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same issue. after update on 10.15.7 got the 300+% usage by accountsd process.
Signing out from Apple ID helped me. But now Apple services are not available.

As I read here it is common issue. Apple hasn't recognised the issue so we have to wait until they fix it.
 
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