I'm trying to diagnose a MacMini that is painfully slow to start up. I already check the filesystem (
fsck) and the disk (
Disk Warrior). I am running High Sierra.
My Mac is fine once it's up and running but something has to be going wrong during boot up. Looking at the console log, I'm seeing a ton of "database is locked" messages for numerous apps including CalendarAgent, AddressBookSourceSync, soaagent, routined and so forth. Where are these databases and how can I unlock them?
The items I've found online regarding
sqlite databases have been for Windows and Linux, not finding anything anywhere on this specific issue.
How may I analyse this problem and unlock these databases?