And the JSS (v9.72) doesn't see the drive! It also doesn't show it as having "Disk Encryption", yet it does. I had to FIleVault to because PGP would fail when trying to provision the drive. I've 15 other MBAs of 7,1 or 7,2 and none of them have this issue, and all of them show normal storage attached as PCI. Some of them have come in AFTER this one, but the Apple site does say that PCIe & Flash Storage is what we'll get. Here's what the MBA 7,1 shows for storage (prior to FIleVaulting):
Storage: <snipped>: Available: 103.27 GB (103,267,995,648 bytes) Capacity: 120.01 GB (120,007,426,048 bytes) Mount Point: / File System: Journaled HFS+ Writable: Yes Ignore Ownership: No BSD Name: disk1 Volume UUID: A11D4890-2222-3015-BBD8-<snipped> Logical Volume: Revertible: Yes (unlock and decryption required) Encrypted: Yes Encryption Type: AES-XTS Locked: No Conversion State: Complete Bytes Converted: 119.35 GB (119,348,527,104 bytes) LV UUID: BD53F189-9CF2-42BE-BDB3-<snipped> Logical Volume Group: Name: <snipped> Size: 120.37 GB (120,368,205,824 bytes) Free Space: 70 KB (69,632 bytes) LVG UUID: ED7F4988-6B9B-42F1-9319-<snipped> Physical Volumes: disk0s2: Media Name: APPLE SSD AP0128H Media Size: 120.37 GB (120,368,205,824 bytes) Medium Type: SSD Protocol: PCI-Express Internal: Yes Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table) Status: Online S.M.A.R.T. Status: Not Supported PV UUID: 0564E2E5-5DF7-4441-B80D-<snipped>
Anyone else seeing this?
I'm guessing we'll see it more and more, especially when the USB-C MBs come in.
As a side note, I ran AHTs & ASDs on it and it passed everything.
FWIW I've recently come across a few portables that just were just not right from the get-go. Odd & random behavior was all there was. In each case the units wouldn't boot into Apple Diagnostics so they were sent back and replaced.
It might be worth a shot to see what Apple Diagnostics does or reveals.
We've tried all variations of 10.10.2 through latest full patching.
We've tried vanilla OS X, none of our customizations and not enrolled in Casper.
Always the same behavior with PGP, and when enrolled in Casper, the same oddly missing info in Storage section of the JSS for the computer object.
So, I did do that because I feared (initially) that it was a hardware problem. Strangely, this device behaved unlike any other Mac I've ever see using the Apple Service Toolkit. It was fully and ONLY AST2 and required that I log into a website to detail the tests I wanted to do, and then it would run on the Mac, rinse repeat. It passed 'all the things', but this was very odd AST behavior.
EDIT: And my AST(s) are fully up to date.. at least of the last time I was able to get into GSX (don't ask).
New MacBook 2015 and I am having the same issue. Although, I also have a MacBookAir7,1 that is displaying same error. Both using PCI express and have SMART status listed as Not supported. We have not upgraded our JSS either, so if someone can confirm a resolution on this issue that would be great :) I will post as soon as I fix.