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Alright, I am up against another issue: now solved that the computer wakes up (see previous thread, about the sleep/wake problem), I went to bed at 2:43, and set the computer into sleep mode.
4:43 it woke up by the RTC Alarm - what the hell? What is that? Nothing is set in BIOS.
Following that, internet wasn't working.


Console shows this:

18.04.13 02:34:35,000 kernel[0]: 3876 m00c4c3af:284000
18.04.13 04:34:39,000 kernel[0]: Wake reason: RTC (Alarm)
18.04.13 04:34:39,000 kernel[0]: RTC: Maintenance 2013/4/18 02:29:33, sleep 2013/4/18 00:29:36
18.04.13 04:34:39,000 kernel[0]: RTC: PowerByCalendarDate setting ignored
18.04.13 04:34:39,000 kernel[0]: Graphics suppressed 7 ms
18.04.13 04:34:39,000 kernel[0]: Previous Sleep Cause: 5
18.04.13 04:34:39,159 pppd[678]: PPTP disconnecting...
18.04.13 04:34:39,159 pppd[678]: PPTP disconnected
18.04.13 04:34:39,166 configd[17]: network changed: v4(ppp0-:31.6.45.33) DNS- Proxy- SMB
18.04.13 04:34:39,169 LCore[226]: Reachability Flag Status: -- ------- networkStatusForFlags
18.04.13 04:34:39,170 LCore[226]: Reachability Flag Status: -- ------- networkStatusForFlags
18.04.13 04:34:39,181 configd[17]: network changed: DNS* Proxy
18.04.13 04:34:39,182 configd[17]: SCNC Controller: service_ending_verify_primaryservice, waiting for PrimaryService. status = 1.
18.04.13 04:34:39,184 UserEventAgent[11]: Captive: [mySCCopyWiFiDevices:162] WiFi Device Name == NULL


Then a little bit later, again weird reports:

18.04.13 05:57:35,142 WindowServer[106]: handle_will_sleep_auth_and_shield_windows: no action for lock state 1
18.04.13 05:57:35,144 WindowServer[106]: Created shield window 0x11c for display 0x003f003d
18.04.13 05:57:35,144 WindowServer[106]: handle_will_sleep_auth_and_shield_windows: no action for lock state 1
18.04.13 05:57:35,000 kernel[0]: Wake reason: ?
18.04.13 05:57:35,000 kernel[0]: RTC: PowerByCalendarDate setting ignored
18.04.13 05:57:35,000 kernel[0]: Previous Sleep Cause: 5
18.04.13 05:57:36,204 mdworker[713]: Unable to talk to lsboxd
18.04.13 05:57:36,532 sandboxd[714]: ([713]) mdworker(713) deny mach-lookup com.apple.ls.boxd
18.04.13 05:57:36,000 kernel[0]: Sandbox: sandboxd(714) deny mach-lookup com.apple.coresymbolicationd
18.04.13 05:57:36,000 kernel[0]: com_driver_GxxxDriver::probe fails
18.04.13 05:57:36,000 kernel[0]: com_driver_GxxxDriver::probe fails
18.04.13 05:57:36,000 kernel[0]: com_driver_GxxxDriver::probe fails
18.04.13 05:57:38,647 CalendarAgent[200]: [com.apple.calendar.store.log.caldav.queue] [Account refresh failed with error: Error Domain=NSURLErrorDomain Code=-1009 "The Internet connection appears to be offline." UserInfo=0x7fef0508fd00 {NSUnderlyingError=0x7fef02408790 "The Internet connection appears to be offline.", NSErrorFailingURLStringKey=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, NSErrorFailingURLKey=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, AccountName=iCloud, CalDAVErrFromRefresh=YES, NSLocalizedDescription=The Internet connection appears to be offline.}]
18.04.13 05:57:47,176 LCore[226]: Reachability Flag Status: -- ------- networkStatusForFlags
18.04.13 05:57:47,177 LCore[226]: Reachability Flag Status: -- ------- networkStatusForFlags
18.04.13 05:57:47,178 LCore[226]: Reachability Flag Status: -- ------- networkStatusForFlags
18.04.13 05:57:47,178 LCore[226]: Reachability Flag Status: -- ------- networkStatusForFlags
18.04.13 05:58:08,501 com.apple.backupd[724]: Starting automatic backup
18.04.13 05:58:08,523 com.apple.backupd[724]: Backing up to: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/Backups.backupdb
18.04.13 05:58:08,970 com.apple.backupd[724]: Event store UUIDs don't match for volume: MacintoshHD
18.04.13 05:58:08,987 com.apple.backupd[724]: Event store UUIDs don't match for volume: DataHD
18.04.13 05:58:09,068 com.apple.backupd[724]: Deep event scan at path:/ reason:must scan subdirs|new event db|
18.04.13 05:58:37,727 mdworker[729]: Unable to talk to lsboxd
18.04.13 05:58:38,775 sandboxd[730]: ([729]) mdworker(729) deny mach-lookup com.apple.ls.boxd
18.04.13 05:58:38,000 kernel[0]: Sandbox: sandboxd(730) deny mach-lookup com.apple.coresymbolicationd
18.04.13 05:58:40,107 LCore[226]: Reachability Flag Status: -R -----l- networkStatusForFlags
18.04.13 05:58:40,107 LCore[226]: Reachability Flag Status: -- ------- networkStatusForFlags
18.04.13 05:58:40,120 configd[17]: network changed: v4(en0+:192.168.1.100) DNS+ Proxy+ SMB
18.04.13 05:58:40,121 configd[17]: SCNC Controller: ipv4_state_changed, done waiting for ServiceID.
18.04.13 05:59:09,931 com.apple.backupd[724]: Finished scan
18.04.13 05:59:22,079 com.apple.backupd[724]: Deep event scan at path:/Volumes/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx reason:must scan subdirs|new event db|
18.04.13 05:59:29,998 com.apple.backupd[724]: Finished scan
18.04.13 05:59:31,303 com.apple.backupd[724]: Found 47017 files (2.72 GB) needing backup
18.04.13 05:59:31,332 com.apple.backupd[724]: 3.59 GB required (including padding), 228.41 GB available
18.04.13 05:59:32,293 com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Killing auth hosts
18.04.13 05:59:32,293 com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100011 destroyed
18.04.13 06:00:40,488 mdworker[748]: Unable to talk to lsboxd
18.04.13 06:00:40,000 kernel[0]: Sandbox: sandboxd(749) deny mach-lookup com.apple.coresymbolicationd
18.04.13 06:00:41,155 sandboxd[749]: ([748]) mdworker(748) deny mach-lookup com.apple.ls.boxd
18.04.13 06:01:12,506 com.apple.backupd[724]: Copied 55292 files (2.01 GB) from volume xxxxxxxxxxxxx.
18.04.13 06:01:19,431 com.apple.backupd[724]: Copied 56663 files (2.04 GB) from volume xxxxxxxxxxxxx.
18.04.13 06:01:19,453 com.apple.backupd[724]: Using file event preflight for xxxxxxxxxxxx
18.04.13 06:01:19,455 com.apple.backupd[724]: Will copy (Zero KB) from xxxxxxxxxxxxx
18.04.13 06:01:19,455 com.apple.backupd[724]: Using file event preflight for xxxxxxxxxxxxx
18.04.13 06:01:19,455 com.apple.backupd[724]: Will copy (Zero KB) from xxxxxxxxxxxxx
18.04.13 06:01:19,455 com.apple.backupd[724]: Found 10 files (Zero KB) needing backup
18.04.13 06:01:19,456 com.apple.backupd[724]: 332.8 MB required (including padding), 226.37 GB available
18.04.13 06:01:21,474 com.apple.backupd[724]: Copied 249 files (33 bytes) from volume xxxxxxxxxxxxx.
18.04.13 06:01:22,678 com.apple.backupd[724]: Copied 516 files (33 bytes) from volume xxxxxxxxxxx.
18.04.13 06:01:22,849 com.apple.backupd[724]: Created new backup: 2013-04-18-060122
18.04.13 06:01:23,097 com.apple.backupd[724]: Could not back up OS X Recovery to /Volumes/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx/Backups.backupdb: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=-69737 "Unable to mount recovery partition" UserInfo=0x7fc34df2c670 {NSLocalizedDescription=Unable to mount recovery partition}
18.04.13 06:01:23,285 com.apple.backupd[724]: Starting post-backup thinning
18.04.13 06:01:23,285 com.apple.backupd[724]: No post-back up thinning needed: no expired backups exist
18.04.13 06:01:23,659 com.apple.backupd[724]: Backup completed successfully.
18.04.13 06:04:41,765 mdworker[773]: Unable to talk to lsboxd

There seems to be an issue with a backup. Said something about UUID... I think I know what might be wrong with that, I removed the UUID plist from the extras, as I thought it might not be needed. Apparently also was the ethernet down, but I see no reason.

I tested wake up before going to sleep, like 5-6 times, and all went well. Any ideas are appreciated!

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18.04.13 05:57:35,000 kernel[0]: RTC: PowerBy

CalendarDate

setting ignored



18.04.13 05:57:38,647

CalendarAgent[200]

: [

com.apple.calendar.store.log.caldav.queue

] [Account refresh failed with error: Error Domain=NSURLErrorDomain Code=-1009 "The Internet connection appears to be offline." UserInfo=0x7fef0508fd00 {NSUnderlyingError=0x7fef02408790 "The Internet connection appears to be offline.", NSErrorFailingURLStringKey=

https://srdan.kostic%40gmx.at@p06-caldav.icloud.com/1062140069/principal

/, NSErrorFailingURLKey=

https://srdan.kostic%40gmx.at@p06-caldav.icloud.com/1062140069/principal

/, AccountName=iCloud, CalDAVErrFromRefresh=YES, NSLocalizedDescription=The Internet connection appears to be offline.}]



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What do you wanna tell me?

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this can be a Event in Calendar app, or is from Apple server from push notifications sync , or iCloud sync Calendar

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Interesting. I will look those things up, however I don't think these things should cause the Mac to fire up.

In the meantime, I was reading about these exact two hours wakeup time, and apparently this is a feature: Bonjour Sleep Proxy. Apparently it sends a wake up command for about 10 seconds and sends the computer back to sleep, but I guess it expects a internet connection to be online.

http://en.wikipedia....our_Sleep_Proxy

Well, I guess I have to test this further.

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iFIRE, didn't you get my PM?





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