Pegasus32 R4 - Mac Mini M2 PRO - macOS Ventura 13.3 - Time Machine sharing on network not working

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Jean-Luc Maréchal posted this 28 March 2023

Hi Support,

Here is the context of the problem:

Pegasus32 R4  on Thunderbolt.

Mac Mini M2 PRO connected to a gigabit switch thru an UTP 6 cable; the Mac Mini 10 Gb ethernet interface is configured normally (MTU 1500).

macOS Ventura 13.3 - Time Machine sharing RAID on network not working

Locally, everything is fine. RAID is working, and Time Machine is working normally.

When i want:

- to connect to Mac Mini from an iMac (Big sur) and mount the raid, everything is locked: no writing, no reading. (No Access). I checked the permissions on the Sharing Setup on Mac Mini, but didn't succeed when i changed it.

- to use Time Machine on that iMac, there is no available disk to use.

i upgraded the firmware with the latest firmware available on your support webpage.

It seems that this problem is somewhere around the Share Files setup in Ventura, with had a problem on previous version of macOS. On Ventura 13.3 it is probably fixed. Anymay, I tried the trick on your Support Site (disabling, reboot, enabling) but it didn't work.

What can i do now ?

Cheers,

Jean-Luc Maréchal

Dakar, Senegal.

 

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R P posted this 28 March 2023

Hi Jean-Luc,

It seems that this problem is somewhere around the Share Files setup in Ventura, with had a problem on previous version of macOS. On Ventura 13.3 it is probably fixed. Anymay, I tried the trick on your Support Site (disabling, reboot, enabling) but it didn't work.

Unfortunately, this seems to be a macOS problem that started with Ventura 13.2. This is an issue seen on many forums.

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Many people are looking for a solution. Many have posted that the disable-reboot-enable trick does not work for them, some say it worked for them. Some report that everything is still working OK. Some have posted other solutions, such as removing custom icons.

The Pegasus is block storage, the MAC sees a disk with so many LBAs, macOS puts a filesystem on the Pegasus and handles all writes, permissions and access. If macOS can read and write to the Pegasus, then the Pegasus is working.

 

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