Mac mini M2 crashes when using Pegasus R4

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Thibault CAUET posted this 03 December 2023

Hello, I recently upgraded to a Mac Mini M2, I initially wasn't able to connect to my Promise Pegasus R4 (model with the Thunderbolt 1/2 connector). I managed to folllow the steps from Promise to install the right extension / driver on my Mac Mini and now the Pegasus R4 is mounted. Everything works fine however for some reason when the mac mini goes to sleep mode I believe, the mac crashes and restarts. The Pegasus R4 is not mounted anymore and I get a message from the mac saying "Your computer was restarted because of a problem". 

If I want to mount the Pegasus I now have to unplug its power cable and plug it again to restard the unit. Does anyone have the same issue?

panic(cpu 4 caller 0xfffffe0028eea30c): "apciec[pcic0-bridge]::handleInterrupt: Request address is greater than 32 bits linksts=0x99000001 pcielint=0x00220020 linkcdmsts=0x00000000 (ltssm 0x11=L0)\n" @AppleT8103PCIeCPort.cpp:1372

Debugger message: panic

Memory ID: 0x6

OS release type: User

OS version: 23B81

Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 23.1.0: Mon Oct  9 21:28:31 PDT 2023; root:xnu-10002.41.9~6/RELEASE_ARM64_T8112

Fileset Kernelcache UUID: C230BD6947603CC30AE9B4D42D26F96C

Kernel UUID: 75A3938A-F8CA-3AFD-AE20-A3477CEA6FB2

Boot session UUID: 01846A4D-D012-4537-8AF1-A5FBCCBD8D5F

iBoot version: iBoot-10151.41.12

secure boot?: YES

roots installed: 0

Paniclog version: 14

KernelCache slide: 0x000000001f0b8000

KernelCache base:  0xfffffe00260bc000

Kernel slide:      0x000000001f0c0000

Kernel text base:  0xfffffe00260c4000

Kernel text exec slide: 0x0000000020608000

Kernel text exec base:  0xfffffe002760c000

mach_absolute_time: 0x292032bdba4

 

 

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R P posted this 04 December 2023

Hi Thibault,

The Pegasus 1 and Pegasus 2 firmware needs to be updated to the latest version for use with the M1 macs.

The update will fail for a CRC error if you use the latest Promise Utility. To update use the Promise Utility v4.06.0000.01.

Travis Winn posted this 14 January 2024

Hi, also, if RP's suggestion didn't work, consider making it so your computer doesn't go to sleep in settings, a hack I know, but...

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