Keeps shutting down, MacOS 12 Monterey

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OS: macOS 12 Monterey
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Basically, I keep running Sonarr and after a while it will just randomly shut down. I know it might be an issue with MacOS 12 but appears to be no mentions from anyone else, and I doubt I am the only person to be trialling the new OS. Which leads me to think it could be an issue on my end. If anyone can help that would be great.

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But generally speaking beta OSes are not supported.

If they work, great. If they don’t, well that’s something to explore closer to final release once an RC is out if needed

Have same issue so its not just you

I also have this issue, but by running it via console seem to have discerned (at least in my case) that it is actually a failure on the part of Mono, which crashes. What I don’t know, is why or how to fix it.

Hi I had the same issue and updated Mono to the latest preview release and it appears to have stopped the crashes.

I have downloaded Mono and I still experience the same issue. Running through terminal looks like its having a memory issue. I wonder, if it the preview fixed it for some others too.

So… on my system nothing has been updated, be it mono, OSX, or Sonarr, but it’s magically working. I ran it via console for the umpteenth time and this time it asked for my permission to access the downloads folder. Uptime now at almost 9 hours. It previously wouldn’t go beyond 3 minutes. I can only assume this permissions request was what was pending before, and I"m not sure why it didn’t ask… but that’s the only variable I can see that has changed. Fingers crossed.

BTW… also running mono preview, but that update in itself didn’t fix the problem straight away.