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MacBook Pro 17'' (Early 2011) with Sierra 10.12.6 e new SSD.

I found this error in the Filesystem repair log, after installation of Sierra on my new SSD:

/dev/rdisk1: ERROR: volume / is mounted with write access. Re-run with (-l) to freeze volume.

Filesystem repair log:

/dev/rdisk0s3: fsck_hfs started at Sun Oct 28 19:51:22 2018
/dev/rdisk0s3: /dev/rdisk0s3: ** /dev/rdisk0s3 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk0s3:    Executing fsck_hfs (version hfs-305.10.1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN
/dev/rdisk0s3: fsck_hfs completed at Sun Oct 28 19:51:22 2018


/dev/rdisk1: fsck_hfs started at Sun Oct 28 19:51:25 2018
/dev/rdisk1: /dev/rdisk1: ERROR: volume / is mounted with write access. Re-run with (-l) to freeze volume.
/dev/rdisk1: fsck_hfs completed at Sun Oct 28 19:51:25 2018
  • How did you solve this issue? – Valerio Gentile Jun 1 at 8:07
  • Have you found the same error? Did you manage to solve it? Or have you got some ideas? – Havana92 Jun 9 at 15:40
  • Unfortunately no. The system starts anyway but hadn't figured out how to get rid of the error. – Valerio Gentile Jun 10 at 1:46
  • Many people have this kind of error. I think it's a normal error: a non-error. Anyway, if you solve it, can you tell me? Thanks. – Havana92 Jul 4 at 23:58

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