On a small number of systems, OS X has reported that there were errors with the installation, even though it is a signed application.
We've found that temporarily disabling the Systems Integrity Protection (SIP) will allow globalSAN to install correctly when this happens.
To disable SIP:
- Reboot the system and hold down the Command and R (⌘+R) keys simultaneously after you hear the startup chime; this will boot OS X into Recovery Mode.
- Once in Recovery Mode, open a Terminal window and run this command:
- You’ll see a message saying that System Integrity Protection has been disabled and the Mac needs to restart for changes to take effect.
- Reboot the machine.
- When the System boots back up, install the current version of globalSAN.
- You will be prompted for a reboot, and can re-enable SIP at the same time.
To re-enable SIP:
- Boot into Recovery Mode the same as before (hold down the Command and R (⌘+R) keys simultaneously after you hear the startup chime).
- Open a Terminal window and run this command:
- Reboot the machine as normal.