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Hi all and @CaseySJ
I randomly get panic when booting from my EFI which has always been 100% fine in the past (screen attached).
What should I suspect is (starting?) going wrong?
Thanks for your help!
Hello @MacArthur

The source of the kernel panic is most likely mentioned in the page or two before the screenshot you posted. If we take a video of the boot logs, we can scrub to the 2nd or 3rd frame from the end. Those frames are more helpful.
 
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I have been using this installation for couple years!

But suddenly today macOS Big Sur 11.7 started freezing. After 5 minutes after boot it stutters every 1-5 secs for around 5-10 minutes and then freezes completely.

Is there a way to resolve it?
 
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I have been using this installation for couple years!

But suddenly today macOS Big Sur 11.7 started freezing. After 5 minutes after boot it stutters every 1-5 secs for around 5-10 minutes and then freezes completely.

Is there a way to resolve it?
If you have issues see if adding these settings to your build helps:

RestrictEvents.kext
NVMeFix.kext
AppleMCEReporterDisabler.kext

Kernel > Quirks > DisableLinkedItJettison
DisableRtcChecksum
 

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I have been using this installation for couple years!

But suddenly today macOS Big Sur 11.7 started freezing. After 5 minutes after boot it stutters every 1-5 secs for around 5-10 minutes and then freezes completely.

Is there a way to resolve it?
Some questions:
  • Were any new applications or hardware components installed recently?
  • If you have Windows or Linux on this system, do they also crash after a few minutes?
  • If you boot macOS in safe mode (hold shift key down when selecting macOS disk in OpenCore boot picker), does it still crash?
  • Does macOS only crash if a particular application is running, or it crashes regardless of which apps are running?
 
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If you have issues see if adding these settings to your build helps:

RestrictEvents.kext
NVMeFix.kext
AppleMCEReporterDisabler.kext

Kernel > Quirks > DisableLinkedItJettison
DisableRtcChecksum

Thanks! I'll check those, but the main problem seems to be related to GPU, please see below

Some questions:

  • Were any new applications or hardware components installed recently?
Yes, it's hard to track which ones.
  • If you have Windows or Linux on this system, do they also crash after a few minutes?
Nope, I have Windows it works perfectly
  • If you boot macOS in safe mode (hold shift key down when selecting macOS disk in OpenCore boot picker), does it still crash?
If I boot macOS into another fresh user it won't crash! Now I suspect it's some kind of startup process related to the main user. But I checked ~/Library/LaunchAgents and removed everything, it still crashes
  • Does macOS only crash if a particular application is running, or it crashes regardless of which apps are running?
It crashes after a while no matter what's running and seems to be related to GPU access. I get the "virtual void IOAccelEventMachineFast2::checkGPUProgress() - Signaling hardware error on channel 18..." errors in the Console Log.

BTW I have AMD RX 6800 XT. Thanks for your help!
 
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Thanks! I'll check those, but the main problem seems to be related to GPU, please see below



  • Were any new applications or hardware components installed recently?
Yes, it's hard to track which ones.
  • If you have Windows or Linux on this system, do they also crash after a few minutes?
Nope, I have Windows it works perfectly
  • If you boot macOS in safe mode (hold shift key down when selecting macOS disk in OpenCore boot picker), does it still crash?
If I boot macOS into another fresh user it won't crash! Now I suspect it's some kind of startup process related to the main user. But I checked ~/Library/LaunchAgents and removed everything, it still crashes
  • Does macOS only crash if a particular application is running, or it crashes regardless of which apps are running?
It crashes after a while no matter what's running and seems to be related to GPU access. I get the "virtual void IOAccelEventMachineFast2::checkGPUProgress() - Signaling hardware error on channel 18..." errors in the Console Log.

BTW I have AMD RX 6800 XT. Thanks for your help!
If it is the GPU check if you have done the following:

1) Removed the device properties for the previous GPU under PCIRoot device tree and boot-arg
2) Entered the following info for the RX6800XT under boot-arg - agdpmod=pikera
3) Added the below device settings:

Screen Shot 2022-09-30 at 11.11.55 PM.png


4) Added the following Intel IGPU settings for the i9-10900K:

Screen Shot 2022-09-30 at 11.14.55 PM.png
 
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If it is the GPU check if you have done the following:

...

Thanks! I tried that and hackintosh froze on the Apple logo.

Then I noticed photoanalysisd consuming high CPU and after that GPU error messages appear in log. So I moved my iPhoto library and freezes now gone!

Seems photoanalysisd (and mediaanalysisd) are the causes of the freezes. This is really weird - they were working before. Do you guys know how to switch them off completely? I tried "launchctl unload -w..." but they come back!
 
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Thanks! I tried that and hackintosh froze on the Apple logo.

Then I noticed photoanalysisd consuming high CPU and after that GPU error messages appear in log. So I moved my iPhoto library and freezes now gone!

Seems photoanalysisd (and mediaanalysisd) are the causes of the freezes. This is really weird - they were working before. Do you guys know how to switch them off completely? I tried "launchctl unload -w..." but they come back!
That may be a BIOS related issue. Have you checked if Above 4G Decoding and/or ResizeableBar has been enabled?
 

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Thanks! I tried that and hackintosh froze on the Apple logo.

Then I noticed photoanalysisd consuming high CPU and after that GPU error messages appear in log. So I moved my iPhoto library and freezes now gone!

Seems photoanalysisd (and mediaanalysisd) are the causes of the freezes. This is really weird - they were working before. Do you guys know how to switch them off completely? I tried "launchctl unload -w..." but they come back!
There was a bug in one of the earlier version of Monterey that caused this problem for nearly everyone. Apple fixed it shortly thereafter. So I’m curious why this has crept up again…
 
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Hey everyone! I've recently started having issues with kernel panics relating to what seems to be my WD Black SN750 drive. My build was super stable up until about a week or so ago, and I hadn't run any updates to OC or macOS. Does anyone have any ideas of what to try/test? I've done a bunch of searching, but most people who have this issue are using Samsung drives known to cause issues and have had their issue fixed by switching to the same drive I have. I tried a fresh install using this guide (like I did when I built the system), with no other drives installed, and then updated to OC 0.8.3 and still had the issue. If you need more of the error report, I can post it, but I've copied the first part at the bottom.

My build:
10900K
Z490 Vision D Bios F6
32GB Corsiar Dominator Platinum 3466MHz
RX 5700XT - Gigabyte
1TB WD Black SN750

panic(cpu 4 caller 0xffffff80216d0860): nvme: "Fatal error occurred. CSTS=0xffffffff US[1]=0x0 US[0]=0xb1 VID=0x15b7 DID=0x5006
. FW Revision=111110WD\n"@/System/Volumes/Data/SWE/macOS/BuildRoots/880a0f6e74/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/IONVMeFamily/IONVMeFamily-557.120.1/Common/IONVMeController.cpp:5499
 
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