iPhone 4s. Diagnostics logs. Lots of low memory errors

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ANDYMILLMAN, Oct 18, 2011.

  1. macrumors member

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    Have any of you guys checked your diagnostic logs under
    Settings -- - about--- diagnostic and usage data --- diagnostics and usage data ..???

    I can pretty much guarantee you will have lots of entries in there for "low memory" ?

    Maybe this is linked to the battery drain we are all seeing. Something running in the background causing it to eat up all the memory.

    Have a look and let me know ...
     
  2. macrumors member

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    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_0 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9A334 Safari/7534.48.3)

    I have lots of low memory errors as well as battery problems
     
  3. macrumors 6502a

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    Good find. I have logging turned off (EDIT: woops, I just have the "automatically send to apple" turned off; I have no logs otherwise) on my phone currently but intend to turn it back on for this experiment.

    Can you tell specifically what is complaining of low memory errors?

    Also I just had an epiphany: anyone with the iPhone Configuration Utility happen to take a peek at the console to see if there's anything... abnormal?

    Cheers!
     
  4. thread starter macrumors member

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    No probs. I have many entries every day for low memory every day since I took it out the box last Friday.

    Facebook app is destroying our batteries. Haha ;)

    Incident Identifier: 922ACA4B-E7BE-4C0E-B0B3-521DE545BC6A
    CrashReporter Key: 1e175d83a00da4da7b87a2a00413cbe092adc351
    Hardware Model: iPhone4,1
    OS Version: iPhone OS 5.0 (9A334)
    Kernel Version: Darwin Kernel Version 11.0.0: Thu Sep 15 23:34:43 PDT 2011;
    Date: 2011-10-18 18:55:53 +0100
    Time since snapshot: 263 ms

    Free pages: 819
    Wired pages: 24007
    Purgeable pages: 80
    Largest process: Facebook

    Processes
    Name UUID Count resident pages
    Facebook <2642a4945b041d6c05f59ca79e5366fe> 16344
    AppStore <3276f9733bb63affb9a42180684fe4de> 5273 (jettisoned)
    Lookout 4875 (jettisoned)
    accountsd <50abce4137d434209d79f2cd1ea3b284> 337
    Twitter <4786950b7183311c814d6a7e4e8ba9b3> 3379 (jettisoned)
    MobileCal <5f4cbffb28f63ee1a0f93f5a3f32a052> 987 (jettisoned)
    calaccessd <1fb0b1c4d0e7399ea871026abd656d5d> 495
    Preferences <0234f85c9f2034b680c08c48f86e945c> 1920 (jettisoned)
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    WhatsApp <49c6207e8c60329aa30c321d9fb8c577> 11847
    absinthed.N94 102
    locationd <805da7760c5d30c39a74596dd9c26182> 1106
    Music~iphone 1147
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    MobilePhone <5ff80152830138cd9811b0a64eba13ca> 2131
    networkd <3e79339746bd3c21a73c608972e983bd> 178
    aosnotifyd 463
    BTServer 463
    aggregated <68a25a1690cb372096543a46abed14d7> 330
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    powerd <25ddef6b52e4385b819e777dd2eeed3c> 180
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    CommCenter 1055
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    SpringBoard <02c1c895ef593a56a68e9fa534471fa8> 16257 (active)
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    launchd 142

    **End**
     
  5. macrumors member

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    This is totally normal. Apps will receive low memory warnings regularly - it is a signal to purge unused resources. This is by design. (App developer here)
     
  6. macrumors 68040

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    I do not think this indicates a problem.

    As the previous poster said, it is just the OS being signaled to purge previously opened programs.
     
  7. macrumors 68040

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    Got a ton here. Guess they should've given it a gig. My battery life seems a little better than my 4's though (this one's meter on this seems to follow a more linear scale though. It'll last a while at the low percentage points while my 4 was as good as dead at 10%)

    [​IMG]
     
  8. macrumors 6502

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    LowMemory logs are nothing new

    The LowMemory* logs have been there for ages (before iOS 5) on your PC/Mac (see http://developer.apple.com/library/ios/#technotes/tn2151/_index.html under Acquiring Crash Reports). iOS seems to mostly keep free physical RAM very low... maybe too low.

    I created a shortcut long ago pointing to the above dir on my PC because I'm curious about the logs and I usually sync w/my PC daily or more.
     
  9. macrumors newbie

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    J hind I phone diagnostics

    My husband secretly talked on e buddy with another woman years ago I found out again by the diagnostic log on his I phone he had been on again on five consecutive days while we where arguing after confronting him he denies any knowledge I went to show him what I had seen and it had disappeared in hours please can someone tell me a. Is it possible to be in the diagnostics without inputting the site on private browsing and b is it possible to personally delete from the log he is adamant he has not done it and says its me being paranoid I know what I saw and still he denies this ! divorce is looming now after 30 yrs of marriage sadly on my part as he will not admit to it please please can someone advise so I know it is not me going looney thank you
     

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