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Łukasz Langa ⚡️
I am currently unable to work because macOS sends hashes of every opened executable to some server of theirs and when `trustd` and `syspolicyd` are unable to do so, the entire operating system grinds to a halt. I'm typing this from my phone since the Mac is effectively frozen.
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Ethan Rosenthal Nov 12
Replying to @llanga
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Łukasz Langa ⚡️ Nov 12
Replying to @eprosenthal
Thanks, I will try that right now.
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Raymond Hettinger Nov 12
Replying to @llanga
Disaster!
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Łukasz Langa ⚡️ Nov 12
Replying to @raymondh @Apple
Indeed. And it's not a new problem either: Did you notice in the log a crucial system service on the critical path not handling DB connection errors correctly? Somebody at needs to read the Google SRE book.
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Chris Nov 12
Replying to @llanga
We are seeing it with some of my colleagues' systems as well. This appears to be pretty widespread. Wanna bet it correlates with the Big Sur launch and some kind of degradation of Apple's cloud services as a result? I'm currently unable to download the Big Sur update, too.
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Łukasz Langa ⚡️ Nov 12
Replying to @offby1
It's DNS, isn't it?
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Seth Michael Larson Nov 12
Replying to @llanga
Always good to have program execution blocking on TCP, what could go wrong?
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Just Another "Big Ed" Alberta Teacher Nov 12
Replying to @llanga
Same here. Turn off wifi and everything loads.... not helpful for software that needs to be connected to the web.
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Sergey Silaev Nov 12
Replying to @llanga
Probably you should switch to Linux.
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Damian Yerrick Nov 12
Replying to @ssilaev @llanga
Say someone maintains a mobile app that accesses a service, and a lot of subscribers to the service use iOS. What's a good work flow to cross-develop iOS applications on Linux?
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