Start up in Safe Mode: should it start by checking and repairing your boot disk, or should you do that separately in Recovery Mode?
Third party tools for checking and repairing APFS are still very limited. Is it better to use fsck to check and repair APFS?
Don’t just hold Command-R and hope that you’ll install the right version of macOS. Here’s structured decision-making to save you time.
Single-user mode to run fsck to check and repair your boot disk became tricky with Fusion Drives. With a T2 chip, it’s not practical in its traditional form.
It may be over 2 years old, but its supporting tools are more like those of a beta. Adding containers isn’t at all straightforward.
What’s the minimum size of a container, or a volume, in APFS? The answer can range from 1.05 MB up to 167.8 MB, it appears.
Little changed from 10.14.5, the final release of Mojave still has many significant bugs. Here’s a partial listing.
Want one external drive from which you can boot two (or more) different versions of macOS? Here’s how to make it.
They’re hidden away and never promoted at WWDC, but vitally important to every Mac user. Could you imagine not having Disk Utility, for example?
Only one previously reported bug appears to have been fixed in 10.14.5. Here’s a list of some of those which remain.