Problème avec BootCamp : disque de démarrage non partitionnable

macomaniac

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Tout me paraît légitime.

Repasse la commande :
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sudo find -x / -d 1 -regex '.*[^\.\].*' -exec sudo du -shx {} +

  • et reposte le tableau des mesures de dossiers de 1er rang => que je revoie l'ensemble.
 

ccc.97

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voila :

Bloc de code:
0B    /.HFS+ Private Directory Data
1,0K    /home
7,4G    /usr
216M    /.Spotlight-V100
1,0K    /net
12K    /.DS_Store
  0B    /.PKInstallSandboxManager
  0B    /.PKInstallSandboxManager-SystemSoftware
2,6M    /bin
8,0K    /Incompatible Software
  0B    /installer.failurerequests
  0B    /Network
1,0M    /sbin
  0B    /.file
  0B    /etc
  0B    /var
3,3G    /Library
  0B    /.Trashes
7,6G    /System
4,0K    /.OSInstallerMessages
1,5M    /.fseventsd
9,1G    /private
120M    /.DocumentRevisions-V100
  0B    /.vol
11G    /Users
15G    /Applications
174M    /opt
4,5K    /dev
128K    /Volumes
  0B    /tmp
  0B    /cores
find: fts_read: Invalid argument
 

ccc.97

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Voici :
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Filesystem     Size   Used  Avail Capacity iused               ifree %iused  Mounted on
/dev/disk1s1   121G    59G    59G    51% 1232370 9223372036853543437    0%   /
 

macomaniac

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Il y a 9 Go de sur-occupation de blocs. Tu es certain de ne pas avoir de snapshot ?

Passe la commande :
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tmutil listlocalsnapshots /

  • qui affiche les snapshots existants

Est-ce que tu as un retour ?
 

ccc.97

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Je pense que je ne n'en ai pas, quand je fais la commande :
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tmutil listlocalsnapshots /

Le terminal ne retourne rien, et passe directement à une nouvelle ligne de commande :
MacBook.....
 

ccc.97

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voici ce que retourne le terminal :

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Started file system verification on disk1
Verifying storage system
Using live mode
Performing fsck_apfs -n -x -l /dev/disk0s2
Checking the container superblock
Checking the EFI jumpstart record
Checking the space manager
Checking the space manager free queue trees
Checking the object map
Checking volume
Checking the APFS volume superblock
The volume Macintosh HD was formatted by hfs_convert (748.31.8) and last modified by apfs_kext (945.275.7)
Checking the object map
Checking the snapshot metadata tree
Checking the snapshot metadata
Checking the extent ref tree
Checking the fsroot tree
Checking volume
Checking the APFS volume superblock
The volume Preboot was formatted by newfs_apfs (748.31.8) and last modified by apfs_kext (945.275.7)
Checking the object map
Checking the snapshot metadata tree
Checking the snapshot metadata
Checking the extent ref tree
Checking the fsroot tree
Checking volume
Checking the APFS volume superblock
The volume Recovery was formatted by newfs_apfs (748.31.8) and last modified by apfs_kext (945.275.7)
Checking the object map
Checking the snapshot metadata tree
Checking the snapshot metadata
Checking the extent ref tree
Checking the fsroot tree
Checking volume
Checking the APFS volume superblock
The volume VM was formatted by newfs_apfs (748.31.8) and last modified by apfs_kext (945.275.7)
Checking the object map
Checking the snapshot metadata tree
Checking the snapshot metadata
Checking the extent ref tree
Checking the fsroot tree
Verifying allocated space
The volume /dev/disk0s2 appears to be OK
Storage system check exit code is 0
Finished file system verification on disk1