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

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

  1. macrumors member

    Jul 6, 2008
    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

    Oct 6, 2011
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    I have lots of low memory errors as well as battery problems
  3. macrumors 65816

    Feb 18, 2009
    New Yawk

    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?

  4. thread starter macrumors member

    Jul 6, 2008
    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

    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)
    MobileSMS <6534f7c8eafe36d1b4db729abc48afd6> 3513
    WhatsApp <49c6207e8c60329aa30c321d9fb8c577> 11847
    absinthed.N94 102
    locationd <805da7760c5d30c39a74596dd9c26182> 1106
    Music~iphone 1147
    MobileMail <0a020495db07386cafb74e5e860f4e82> 5313
    MobilePhone <5ff80152830138cd9811b0a64eba13ca> 2131
    networkd <3e79339746bd3c21a73c608972e983bd> 178
    aosnotifyd 463
    BTServer 463
    aggregated <68a25a1690cb372096543a46abed14d7> 330
    apsd 337
    dataaccessd 1890
    fairplayd.N94 <2c0105776e393b39ba95edffaf3bdd17> 111
    fseventsd <78af02202422321885dfc85c24534b0e> 217
    iapd <727b29037bd133e4bec7c1f635f29a2b> 399
    imagent <196c08d3c8d2391fb10c843461dc93b0> 1162
    mDNSResponder 267
    mediaremoted <6580c7c88e4a3cda90f6279db22b7e42> 274
    mediaserverd <478e5e8345c83be5ba1868906813bb75> 1698
    ubd 423
    wifid 267
    powerd <25ddef6b52e4385b819e777dd2eeed3c> 180
    lockdownd 250
    CommCenter 1055
    syslogd 115
    SpringBoard <02c1c895ef593a56a68e9fa534471fa8> 16257 (active)
    configd <4e7dbc5ba503397f95dffece4165ab24> 364
    notifyd <3793fabace3a385687b3c29c1fa1fcac> 262
    UserEventAgent <8cb4d8c341b63c21827fe0dad012cde7> 459
    launchd 142

  5. macrumors member

    Jun 28, 2007
    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


    Apr 30, 2010
    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

    Jun 27, 2009
    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%)

  8. macrumors 6502

    Jan 19, 2005
    SF Bay Area, California
    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

    Feb 1, 2013
    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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