Jump to content

bloodykorin

Members
  • Content count

    6
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About bloodykorin

  • Rank
    InsanelyMac Protégé

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Russia, Urals
  1. What about that? Memory leaks was only first idea because of mavericks way to use it all.
  2. Only thing you said on the first page was that large memory consumption is normal, and I agree with that, what about our problem? Any thoughts?
  3. In my case it's also affects PCI slots, some times cards (Net & USB) not detected, sometimes internal Net adapter. I don't think that its memory problem, because mouse still moving, some GUI working, looks like system cannot access HDD, but nothing interesting at System Console(( Also I have MacBookPro late 2011, 4Gb RAM, it uses 3,9 almost all the time, but as user I see no problems, everything working fine....
  4. According to Google it should be removed on some motherboards. Well, if you so smart, may be you tell us what we are doing wrong?
  5. After all I returned to Mountain Lion, working stable. Behaviour of Mavericks looks more like issue with SATA controller. IMHO. 0mar32, have you removed AppleHPET kext? I remembered about it only after installing ML.
  6. I have same problem, after some time (even idle) mouse still moving, but no any other activity. System log (as for me) looks fine 20.11.13 22:27:29,610 collabd[338]: [CSODService.m:78 57ae000 +0ms] Failed to convert user externalID servermgr_xcode to uuid_t for membership check 20.11.13 22:27:29,677 collabd[338]: [CSODService.m:78 57ae000 +0ms] Failed to convert user externalID servermgr_xcode to uuid_t for membership check 20.11.13 22:27:29,681 collabd[338]: [CSODService.m:78 57ae000 +0ms] Failed to convert user externalID servermgr_xcode to uuid_t for membership check 20.11.13 22:27:31,739 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Will copy (73,4 MB) from MacOS 20.11.13 22:27:31,740 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Found 234 files (73,4 MB) needing backup 20.11.13 22:27:31,752 com.apple.backupd[30004]: 1,45 GB required (including padding), 537,42 GB available 20.11.13 22:27:36,399 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Copied 268 items (73,4 MB) from volume MacOS. Linked 1723. 20.11.13 22:27:39,668 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Will copy (16,8 MB) from MacOS 20.11.13 22:27:39,669 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Found 17 files (16,8 MB) needing backup 20.11.13 22:27:39,670 com.apple.backupd[30004]: 1,38 GB required (including padding), 537,35 GB available 20.11.13 22:27:40,946 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Copied 20 items (16,8 MB) from volume MacOS. Linked 245. 20.11.13 22:27:43,275 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Created new backup: 2013-11-20-222742 20.11.13 22:27:43,532 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Could not back up OS X Recovery to /Volumes/WD_Black/Backups.backupdb: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=-69737 "Unable to mount recovery partition" UserInfo=0x7fd830df1af0 {NSLocalizedDescription=Unable to mount recovery partition} 20.11.13 22:27:44,276 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Starting post-backup thinning 20.11.13 22:27:44,276 com.apple.backupd[30004]: No post-backup thinning needed: no expired backups exist 20.11.13 22:27:44,307 com.apple.backupd[30004]: Backup completed successfully. 20.11.13 22:32:00,279 mDNSResponder[51]: mDNSPlatformSendUDP: sendto(12) failed to send packet on InterfaceID 0000000000000000 unicast/4 to 192.168.2.1:53 skt 12 error -1 errno 55 (No buffer space available) 1134245681 MessageCount is 16 20.11.13 22:32:01,420 mDNSResponder[51]: mDNSPlatformSendUDP: sendto(12) failed to send packet on InterfaceID 0000000000000000 unicast/4 to 192.168.2.1:53 skt 12 error -1 errno 55 (No buffer space available) 1134246823 MessageCount is 17 20.11.13 22:32:04,576 mDNSResponder[51]: mDNSPlatformSendUDP: sendto(12) failed to send packet on InterfaceID 0000000000000000 unicast/4 to 192.168.2.1:53 skt 12 error -1 errno 55 (No buffer space available) 1134249979 MessageCount is 18 20.11.13 23:41:57,225 WindowServer[219]: handle_will_sleep_auth_and_shield_windows: Deferring. 20.11.13 23:41:57,227 WindowServer[219]: CGXDisplayDidWakeNotification [36859179684188]: posting kCGSDisplayDidWake I tried some simple steps, like changing hardware configuration (remove extra PCI cards and HDDs ), googled some of suspicious log entries, but no effect.... Average uptime is about 8-10 hours, according to statistic there is no surge of RAM or CPU usage at computer hangs. HW config: ASUS P5GC-MX / 1333, 2+1Gb Ram, Intel® Pentium® Processor E5400 (2,7Ghz), 250Gb WD Blue SATA HDD, GeForce 210 1Gb, 2 Monitors. PS Sorry for my language, but this is only thread that describes my problem i've found.
×