During upgrading to Mojave, the disk is locked and I see the prohibition sign when boot up.
I understand that now I need to unlock my volume. But I tried my usual login password it didn't work. It looks like the volume is encrypted with icloud account data:
-bash-3.2# diskutil apfs listUsers disk2s1 Cryptographic users for disk2s1 (2 found) | +-- <LONG ID> | Type: iCloud Recovery User | Note: Unlock with iCloud account data + iCloud Recovery External Key data +-- <LONG ID> Type: iCloud Recovery External Key Note: Stores partial credentials for the iCloud Recovery User -bash-3.2# diskutil apfs unlockVolume disk2s1 Passphrase: Unlocking any cryptographic user on APFS Volumne disk2s1 Passphrase incorrect or user does not exist
I was able to log into my icloud account so I know I used the correct password. But how do I ensure when I do unlock volume mac is checking against the correct icloud id?