MAC- Yosemite - Crash issue

BUG in process suhelperd: over-released legacy external boost assertions (1 total, 1 external, 0 legacy-external), we have few macs upgraded to Yosemite. I find these messages in console, and system crashes.

BUG in process suhelperd: over-released legacy external boost assertions (1 total, 1 external, 0 legacy-external)

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There is a very long thread in the Apple Discussions about this problem with several suggested workarounds, but no real solution. You might want to have a read through it and try one or more of the suggestions:
V0LUMEAuthor Commented:
yes, thanks. But I have gone through this and tried all. no luck. it just comes back.
I am sorry, I can't offer you much more than that. You may have to wait for the next Apple software update.

By the way, did you install Yosemite as an upgrade over a previous OS, or was Yosemite a fresh install?

If it was an upgrade one possibility would be to make a complete bootable backup of your drive, boot from the backup, erase the internal drive and do a fresh Yosemite install, then use migration assistant to copy back all your apps, settings and data.

Admittedly, that is pretty drastic, but it might work.
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V0LUMEAuthor Commented:
no problem, i did work on this quite extensively. it seems okay, when you do fresh install, but it comes back. We need to wait for apple to rectify this.

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Yet another reason why I am sticking with Mavericks for the time being at least.
If you are running any sort of Mac Server for remote user accounts that aren't admin, you should consider upgrading to Yosemite 10.10.3 immediately.  There's an old bug that allows any user to gain root privileges, and 10.10.3 finally patched it.  It's not a problem if you're just using your mac as a single user system.
V0LUMEAuthor Commented:
no solution for this so far,
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