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Those informations are stored in Console application under Diagnostic and Usage Information. Here's screenshot: You can also find them in: ~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/ /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/


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Here’s how I would troubleshoot this panic: You’ve disabled OSX’s native memory compression using low level sysctl parameters: “Boot args: vm_compressor=2”. Clear that boot argument according to the command below, then test: sudo nvram -d boot-args Rule out third party software: The most common cause of kernel panics are third party kernel extensions ...


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I read following as possible trouble makers: globaldelight app Uninstall the Boom app and test kernel panics without it. AdGuard App Remove it and test without it. To take a closer look at what processes died in the last 7 days use this Terminal command: ps aux | grep -w Z It will show you the list of processes that died.


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You can reset OS X's icon cache with the following commands. Just copy and paste each into a Terminal window and then reboot your Mac. sudo find /private/var/folders/ -name com.apple.dock.iconcache -exec rm {} \; sudo find /private/var/folders/ -name com.apple.iconservices -exec rm -rf {} \; sudo rm -rf /Library/Caches/com.apple.iconservices.store ...



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