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Old 12-13-2023, 02:28 PM
mschmitt mschmitt is offline
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FWIW I had no problem creating a bootable clone on an m3 iMac. I created an APFS volume on an external SSD, then did an erase and copy all files with SD. Upon completion, I booted to the volume, turned on FileVault, let it run for a while and then booted back to the internal drive.
I'm hitting two main issues right now:
  • First time I tried it, it crashed on the restart, because asr didn't rebuild the dyld cache. We've seen this before.
  • Now I can't even get that far. It won't let me complete the authorize users/set owner process.
When you did it, did you try to restart by selecting in the System Settings? Or did you just reboot and hold the power button to choose a different drive?

Did it ask you to authorize a user and select an owner?
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