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Intermittent Shutdown Problem on Mavericks

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Hi,

I am having problem when shutting down my system with Mavericks GM installed ( as i remember did not experience this on DP builds). Power does not completely power off. I mean there is already no signal from video, my monitor signal went off but my power on my CPU does not. 

 

Is there someone experiencing this on Mavericks GM?

 

last console log.
 
10/15/13 2:30:57.343 AM shutdown[797]: SHUTDOWN_TIME: 1381775457 343132
10/15/13 2:30:58.230 AM UserEventAgent[470]: [CaptiveServerDied:796] Captive Daemon Died @port 31747
 
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my hack 10.9 was to slow in restart/shoutdown process,

so then  I make this changes...

 

1- De-activate virtual memory and clean content /var/vm  folder

2- Patch with "OS X Shutdown Fix"

 

and wallaaaaa  it work perfect

for me now the shutdown and restart

in 10.9 are super fast!

 

i hope this help you

OS X Shutdown Fix.dmg.zip

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my hack 10.9 was to slow in restart/shoutdown process,

so then  I make this changes...

 

1- De-activate virtual memory and clean content /var/vm  folder

2- Patch with "OS X Shutdown Fix"

 

and wallaaaaa  it work perfect

for me now the shutdown and restart

in 10.9 are super fast!

 

i hope this help you

 

can you elaborate what this osx shutdown fix do?

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How about an entry in the org.chameleon.Boot.plist?

<key>Kernel</key>
<string>mach_kernel</string>
I also ticked the "Restart Fix" in Chameleon Wizard. Works for me.

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my hack 10.9 was to slow in restart/shoutdown process,

so then  I make this changes...

 

1- De-activate virtual memory and clean content /var/vm  folder

2- Patch with "OS X Shutdown Fix"

 

and wallaaaaa  it work perfect

for me now the shutdown and restart

in 10.9 are super fast!

 

i hope this help you

Already tried this but somehow still persist

 

 

How about an entry in the org.chameleon.Boot.plist?

<key>Kernel</key>
<string>mach_kernel</string>

I also ticked the "Restart Fix" in Chameleon Wizard. Works for me.

 

I have this on my org.chameleon.Boot.plist. Issue still persist.

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Hi,

 

I have the exact same problem. System goes to shutdown but the computer doesn't power off. Also restart does not work.

 

Any news on this issue?

 

Thanks,

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Are you guys using Clover? This is a known bug in Clover with some computers. AFAIK there's no solution as of yet except to use the legacy version of Clover. One of the reasons I stopped using Clover on my desktop. It works perfectly on my notebook though without any shutdown issues.

 

Edit: never mind I saw that you're using chameleon. I have a similar issue on my xps 720, it shuts down but when it gets halfway shut down and goes to a black screen when I restart. It's a htpc and pretty much status on all the time so I haven't bothered looking into the issue yet.

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Hi,

 

Becuase my first install was over ML I decided to do a clean install. Till the moment I imported my profile from ML disk shutdown and restart worked with no problems. After I migrated the user profile from ML shutdown & restart are showing the mentioned symptoms. 

 

Any idea what could cause this problems?

 

Regards,

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Hi,

 

In my case the AppleRTC patch is causing this problem.

 

sudo perl -pi -e 's|\x75\x2e\x0f\xb6|\xeb\x2e\x0f\xb6|' /System/Library/Extensions/AppleRTC.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleRTC
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions

 

Will try to patch my DSDT.

 

Edit: Shutdown & Restart stopped working without applying the AppleRTC patch. 

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Hi,

 

I've checked my logs and this are the last messages I get:

 

On Restart:

 

28. 10. 13 07:39:13,191 shutdown[512]: SHUTDOWN_TIME: 1382942353 190407

28. 10. 13 07:39:13,207 quicklookd[500]: XPC error messaging com.apple.IconServicesAgent: Connection interrupted

28. 10. 13 07:39:13,211 Dock[193]: XPC error messaging com.apple.IconServicesAgent: Connection interrupted

28. 10. 13 07:39:13,212 Dock[193]: XPC error messaging com.apple.IconServicesAgent: Connection invalid

28. 10. 13 07:39:13,213 quicklookd[500]: XPC error messaging com.apple.IconServicesAgent: Connection invalid

 

On ShutDown

28. 10. 13 07:51:41,797 shutdown[341]: SHUTDOWN_TIME: 1382943101 797385

28. 10. 13 07:51:41,000 kernel[0]: Kext loading now disabled.

28. 10. 13 07:51:41,000 kernel[0]: Kext unloading now disabled.

28. 10. 13 07:51:41,000 kernel[0]: Kext autounloading now disabled.

28. 10. 13 07:51:41,000 kernel[0]: Kernel requests now disabled.

28. 10. 13 07:51:41,817 quicklookd[317]: XPC error messaging com.apple.IconServicesAgent: Connection interrupted

28. 10. 13 07:51:41,817 quicklookd[317]: XPC error messaging com.apple.IconServicesAgent: Connection invalid

28. 10. 13 07:51:41,818 Dock[187]: XPC error messaging com.apple.IconServicesAgent: Connection interrupted

28. 10. 13 07:51:41,820 Dock[187]: XPC error messaging com.apple.IconServicesAgent: Connection invalid

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks

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