« on: November 19, 2014, 03:30:44 AM »
Apparently Yosemite makes big problems for non-apple SSDs. So if you've replaced your hard drive or added an SSD for your boot drive then be careful. Larry Jordan has a bunch more info on it here: http://www.larryjordan.biz/caution-ssd-drives-and-yosemite/
Yes, Apple continues to strengthen the walls of it's Sandbox. I didn't have a problem with this, but apparently you should turn off TRIM for systems running third part SSD's prior to upgrading. Apple is not signing these drivers so TRIM will not function inside the sandbox. Not all third party drives use TRIM and apparently Apple is not a big fan. TRIM is a method of preventing your SSD from getting clogged up with unnecessary data. If you think you might be affected it's worth doing a bit of research. If you have a third party SSD in your system I expect you are a sophisticated enough user to sort this out without too much trouble but you may be less than happy with the available solutions.
This is the type of thing that Apple does which folks have a legitimate right to be annoyed about but it's Apple being Apple. You have to take the good with the bad.