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I have a late-ish model MacMini (2014, I think, but it might be newer). At least a year ago, the MacMini slowing all the time. Beach balls, excessive app-icon bouncing when launching something in the dock. Traktor pro 3 softwareyellowmedi. At about the same time, my disk recovery software of choice, Disk Warrior, starting throwing errors in the form of dialog boxes that said

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The hard drive's built-in tracking indicates all of the spare blocks have been exhausted. This indicates bad blocks and could result in loss of data. Originally available: 5, Reassignment attempts: 10.

The message then reports the device name, its serial number, and the volume name. However, the SMART status of my internal HDD said 'Verified'.

After bringing the MacMini to my local Apple Store (in Thousand Oaks, CA), and hearing a Genius there say Apple diagnostics said nothing was wrong, I was a bit frustrated. I brought the computer home and resumed working with it. But it continued to be very slow and Disk Warrior kept throwing the same warnings. So I called Apple a couple months ago and asked them what to do.

After 180-ish minutes on the phone and about three times that amount of time working on my MacMini, I ran tests, reinstalled the OS, and wiped the drive of all data and re-reinstalled the OS. I continued to experience slow performance, but only (really) when there was lots of data on the drive. The guy I worked with over the phone and email was nice enough. I tried to compartmentalize my frustration with Apple and not take it out on him. Through our interactions, he suggested that is the problems persisted after a wipe and clean install, my AppleCare coverage would warrant the replacement of the machine. (He didn't say 'replacement of the drive' and I don't know why. But looking back it feels like a bait-and-switch, where the switch is 'sorry we can't do anything'.) But I also went further and did some fsck work that I couldn't quite interpret.

Tonight I dutifully brought my MacMini to the Apple Store in Thousand Oaks for an appointment, and my McGenius ran diagnostics that said my hard drive was fine. Their diagnostics of my drive took less than 12 minutes. When I ran fsck_hfs, it took 5 hours (after many attempts that crashed my machine). When asking about this, I learned that McApple diagnostics are based on a statistical sample of drive blocks.

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My question is this: When computer failures are caused by failures that are not likely to be detected by McApple's diagnostics, what can I do? My hardware clearly falls into the chasm that their 'minimize false positive' statistical tests search for.

When I ran 'fsck_hrs -dS', I think I got the following report that I don't know how to interpret:

Jasons-Mac-mini:~ jason$ sudo fsck_hfs -Sd /dev/rdisk0


Unable to open block device /dev/disk0: Resource busyjournal_replay(/dev/disk0) returned 16

** /dev/rdisk0 (NO WRITE)

Using cacheBlockSize=32K cacheTotalBlock=32768 cacheSize=1048576K.

Scanning entire disk for bad blocks

Executing fsck_hfs (version hfs-407.30.1).

Block 2 is not an MDB or Volume Header

Block 1953525166 is not an MDB or Volume Header

volumeType is 0

0000: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 ........

. . .

01b0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 00fe ........

01c0: ffff eefe ffff 0100 0000 af6d 7074 0000 ......mpt.

01d0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 ........

. . .

01f0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 55aa .......U.

unknown volume type

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primary MDB is at block 0 0x00

alternate MDB is at block 0 0x00

primary VHB is at block 0 0x00

alternate VHB is at block 0 0x00

sector size = 512 0x200

VolumeObject flags = 0x01

total sectors for volume = 1953525168 0x74706db0

total sectors for embedded volume = 0 0x00

CheckHFS returned 6, fsmodified = 0

Jasons-Mac-mini:~ jason$

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The McGenius had no interest in looking at this report, which was my first red flag. It really seemed to me that he wasn't really

Mac mini, macOS High Sierra (10.13.4)

Posted on Apr 2, 2018 8:54 PM