Parallels 13 corrupts host Mac filesystem

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by LukaszK, Jul 22, 2019.

  1. LukaszK



    Every 2 months by average, when Mac goes to sleep with Parallels Desktop running, host Mac filesystem becomes corrupted. I'm running Parallels Desktop 13, tried macOS High Sierra and Mojave, same thing.
    After this happens, it's not possible to boot into Mac anymore, first aid in recovery reports:

    Checking the fsroot tree:
    error: apfs_root: btn: invalid o_oid (0x17a007)
    fsroot tree is invalid
    The volume /dev/rdisk2s1 could not be verified completely.

    It's not possible to repair file system which is very annoying because of not only my latest work lost but have to spend whole day after to reinstall system.
    Does the same thing happens in Parallels 14? I'm willing to upgrade but this is very frustrating

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  2. Maria@Parallels

    Maria@Parallels Kilo Poster

    @LukaszK is it possible to create the problem report after the issue reproduced? If yes, please provide us with the report's ID.
    Also nobody has reported the same issue from Parallels Desktop 14 yet.

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