OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Why Doesn't Repair Disk Permissions Repair All Disk Permissions

Jun 2, 2012

Disk Utility says there are a bunch of disk permissions that need repairing. I hit repair and disk utility says that it repaired those disk permissions. But when I verify, it says they still need to be repaired.

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Mini 2.4Ghz, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Disk Utility's Repair Disk Permissions Messages

Jun 12, 2012

I am having problems with my Mac running slow. I had a friend guide me to run a "repair disk permission".I did that but I am not sure if I am to click clear history.Also should I do anything else to help my Mac run better?

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iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Repair Disk Permissions Fail

May 30, 2012

I repaired my disk premmisons on my mac, but in the history it says, Warning:Suid File "System/Library/core....as been modified and will not be repaired

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I'm seeing this show up when I do a permissions repair in Snow Leopard 10.6.2

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Repaired "usr/share/derby"

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OS X :: Unable To Repair Disk Permissions?

Aug 21, 2010

When I open Disk Utility and select one of the 2 volumes in the left pane, the buttons "Verify disk permissions" and "Repair disk permissions" remain greyed out. Only the "Repair disk" and "Verify disk" buttons are enabled. This is not the startup Volume. For this volume all 4 buttons are enabled.

How can I repair the disk permissions on the volume?

I have Mac OS X 10.6.4

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Nov 30, 2007

Using the Apple Disk Utility...

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Some say just run it on the boot volume, others say run it on both.

Is there an advantage in doing both (if so, why) or should it be just the boot volume?

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Power Mac G5 / 2GHz
Mac OS X (10.4.11)

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May 22, 2009

Recently I archived and installed leopard from tiger. Since then sometime there is a message that comes up telling me I need to restart my computer in all different languages. Also when I try to verify and repair my disk permissions, this is what shows up:
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OS X :: Occasional Freeze & Repair Disk Permissions Not Repairing?

Nov 10, 2009

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500G HD
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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Have To Check & Repair Disk Permissions On Every Restart

Apr 7, 2012

why I have to check & repair disk permissions every time I have to restart my MacBook Pro.  When I do the check I get various messages eg 'Library should be '0',  is '80'. And other variations for Library.

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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May 20, 2009

I'm having a series of problems. First some intermittent audio problems with Garageband, then, then some external drives won't mount, and now I can't sync to my disk from the iMac. I've run Disk Utitilies a few times and when I do Verify Disk Permissions, it finds a list of things to fix, I then hit Repair Disk Permissions and it fixes them, and then hit Verify Disk, and it say the disk appears ok. When I do Verify Disk Permissions again though, it finds another long list of things to fix. Is this serious? What should my next step be? Should I reinstall the entire system?

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Jun 4, 2014

I just got a new Imac last week.  When I try to go into Command + R the repair mode it looks like it changed to a reinstallation mode which is what I don't want.  Is there another way to run disk permissions or disk repair in Mavericks?

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iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2013), OS X Mavericks (10.9.3)

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Applications :: Can't Repair Permissions On Pbook G4 In Target Disk Mode To Imac

Mar 28, 2010

I have my pbook g4 in target disk mode and I am trying to make a superduper backup but I get "Error starting permissions repair for disk1s3 Powerbook-G4-#1: Operation not supported for the Mac OS X version on the targeted disk (-9950)".

Disk utility doesn't have repair permissions enabled. So, I 've only done a repair disk on the target disk which a journaled hfs+.

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Intel Mac :: OS X System Freezes While Running Disk Utility Repair Permissions

Mar 10, 2012

While trying to pepair permissions systom freeze up. So I put in the startup disk hit restrat holding down c and tried to repair permissions that way and it froze up that way too. I had to manually turn off machine.

Info:iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: System Doesn't Restart When Booting For DVD For Disk Repair

Feb 25, 2012

I ran a disk check on my MacBook Pro which told me to run disk repair. Since this was my boot HD, I took out my Installation DVD, put it into the running system and started the installation file then selected that I wanted to reboot and start utilities. The system then rebooted, the "chime" came, and then, silence, gray screen with apple logo, nothing is happening.What do I need to do, to get further and repair my hard disk?

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MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X :: Unable To Repair Permissions / Permissions Were Repaired Earlier

Feb 28, 2009

I repaired permissions earlier and I keep getting these that won't be repaired. Is it anything to worry about? Any idea what the issue is?

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Run Time For Disk Utility's Repair Disk Function

May 14, 2012

Running Disk Utility's Repair Disk function from DVD, how long should this take to complete with a 1 TB drive? It's been nearly 24 hours so far. I booted the computer from the DVD, and after verifying the disk was told the disk needed repair.

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iMac G5, Mac OS X (10.4.3)

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OS X :: Undo "Repair Disk Permissions"?

Oct 26, 2010

I carried out a "Repair Disk Permission" from the OS X Install disc by mistake. I meant to do "Repair Disk" from the OS X install disc. According to [URL] (and the guide posted here) "Repair Disk Permission" should not be done from the OS X install disc, as it may alter changes made by by software updates. Is there any way I can undo my mistake?

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Disk Utility Cant Repair Disk

Jun 8, 2012

please help tried everything dont have correct install disk but have macbook disk. utility cant repair.

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iMac, Mac OS X (10.7)

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OS X :: Repair Permissions Again And Again / External FW Drive With Leopard

Feb 11, 2010

After some various installations and file copy from/to external hard drives i ran the repair permissions on the bootup hard drive.

There was a listing about a mile long. Whoa, that does not look good to me.

So, i ran the persmissions repair again: another mile long listing: yikes.

Yep, ran another permissions repair and same thing.

How many times do you have to run permissions until it just show a few permissions that had to be corrected ? Or is this a sign that the system is in trouble.

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Mar 29, 2009

Using OS X 10.5.6

When running Repair Permissions in Disk Utility, it reports that there are errors and that it's fixed them but if I run it again, the same errors keep appearing.

I've noticed that the current permissions on the errors are lrw-rw-rw- which I assume means that they are symbolic links and not the actual files which Disk Utility is expecting. Any idea what's going on?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Repair Permissions And They Don't Repair?

Feb 4, 2012

Every-time I repair permissions using the disk utility it says that the permissions are repaired, but then I click to verify permissions and it is all as it was before... What can I do?

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MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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May 29, 2012

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Delete A Load Of Disk Permissions?

Mar 29, 2012

I would like to delete a load of disk permissions. They are continually needing to be repaired and I don't recognize any of the names of the apps, and if I do, I would prefer to uninstall them.  

Is this crazy? The main reason is that I am using drive genius 3 which continually monitors the health of the drive using 'drive pulse'. It comes up with 'critical' repairs needed each day and they are the same ones so I would prefer to just ditch them if possible?  

Also, what I would really like to know is how I can use the command line to 'batch' delete these suckers. 

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Intel Dual Quad Core Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.6), 12 GB RAM, Motu 828 Audio interface FW 400, Logic Mackie Control

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Trash Permissions On Other Hard Disk?

May 25, 2012

I've found some possible solutions in other threads, but none worked. So here goes. I have an internal disk called "Maryam" I use for projects (not my startup/system disk). For some reason, when I send files from it to trash, I get this:  

Here's how it looks in my Get Info: Here's how it looks from Sharing: None of my other disks have this problem. Why and what do I need to do?

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MacPro (Early 2008), Mac OS X (10.6.8), 2 x 2.8 Ghz Quad Core, 8GB RAM, ATI Radeon HD 2600

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Aug 31, 2009

I have a MacBook Air and just bought snow leopard. While I was trying to install it (through the use of the optical drive of my mac mini), a message came up "the disk "macintosh HD" needs to be repaired". Go to the computer with the mac OS X install DVD, open 'remote install mac OS X' (located in the utilities folder in the app folder) and follow the onscreen instructions for restarting your computer using the DVD. When the mac OS X installer opens, follow the onscreen instructions to install mac OS X. during the installation, the installer repairs the disk automatically". I'm worried about losing files on my macbook air (and do not use time machine) so should i be backing my files up?

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OS X V10.5 Leopard :: After Verifying Disc Permissions Is It Necessary To "repair" Disc Permissions

Jun 2, 2012

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iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Feb 24, 2010

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Time Machine And Disk Permissions + Compatibility With Snow Leopard?

Jun 29, 2012

I have received warning from Disk Utility that I should repair permissions as several files show incorrect permissions and, more than that, my 750GB shows "769GB available". 

1. If I use Command+R and rebuild the disk from a Time Machine backup, will permissions be reset or will the files just be copied as they are now? 

2. Is there a way to verify the TM backups to check the files therein? 

3. Suppose, just for the sake of an exercise, that I reload Snow Leopard; can I still use SL's Time Machine to read a Lion Time Machine backup? 

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MacBook Pro (17-inch Late 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Disk Util Can't Repair, Operation Not Supported

May 8, 2012

I am having problems with a partition that I use as my Time Machine backup. I have searched various previous discussions but can't seem to find a solution. My HDD is split into 2 partitions and the Time Machine one doesn't mount, the other works fine. When I try to mount it using Disk Utility I get the error message: "The disk X could not be mounted. Try running First Aid on the disk and retry mounting".  Then without doing anything else I get another message "Mac OS X can't repair the disk X. You can still open or copy files on the disk, but you can't save changes to files on the disk. Back up the disk and reformat it as soon as you can." Which disappeared after a few seconds and the partition mounted. When I try to repair the disk I get the above error message and another: "Disk Utility stopped repairing X. Disk Utility can't repair this disk. Back up as many files as possible, reformat the disk, and restore your backed up files." This appears after it says 'Updating boot support partitions…'. When mounted, I can open it in Finder, but when I try to copy 'Backups.backupdb' I get a message saying "The operation can't be completed because it isn't supported." This is the same for 'X's Computer' and each backup folder. I can copy files and folders in each backup folder but this would be very tedious and probably Time Machine wouldn't be able to use the resulting files. I have tried restoring the partition, through Disk Utility, to another HDD, but it just copies across the error. Disk Utility has been rather buggy as well, hanging on various operations involving the partition.

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Using Disk Utility To Verify Or Repair Disks?

Jun 16, 2012

on doing a disk utilities scan it came up with this - "Problems were encountered during repair of the partition map" why won't it let me repair this problem?

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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