Since upgrading to 2.2.4 I’m getting the following:
There was an error executing SysOptimizer. Not all optimizations may be done.
Error = The operation couldn’t be completed. (OSStatus error -1.)
Different OSStatus error code than before.
Any advice as this is proving to a a real problem with my headless Mac Mini system
I do get the OK button but it cannot be pressed from the Audirvana remote. I run a headless Mac MIni and so to get that OK button pressed I have to either launch a VPN viewer on my iPad; log-in to the Mac Mini using Screen Sharing from a second computer or reboot the Mac MIni with the connected TV set switched on. None of which I really think I should have to do every time I want to play music.
I don’t think this is the same fault (which threw a OSsystem error -22) that happened when folk updated to Ventura with AS version 2. There was a temporary workround and then a fix in version 2.2.3(?). Apple’s error messages are opaque but somewhere in the Apple Community there’s a suggestion that -1 means a network connection error even though your Internet is up and running.
Oh. Yes. I’ve had that problem in the past. I no longer use the Mac Mini… I had huge trouble getting the remote to work… Now works pretty well so I transferred my AO to my main Mac… but that’s no help to you.
This only happened to me (SysOptimizer issue) when AO updates. Is that the same for you. If so, you might have a screen read to use with MiniMac on those occasions.
Thanks for the suggestion - I’ll give it a try and report back
I’ve run Disk Utility on all three partitions (Macintosh HD, Macintosh HD Data and Mac OS Base system). No errors reported all clean. Restarted the MacMini - launched AS and as yet no OSStatus error code - again I’ll se what happens when I switch the DAC back on later tonight.
I’ve updated to 2.2.5 and got the same error - so far this evening there has been no return problem but I’ll wait till I switch back to the DAC for another listening session before claiming things are fixed.