ttyioss800000d: Hardware Overflow ?? what?

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  1. mainstreetmark macrumors 68020

    mainstreetmark

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    Sep 23 21:02:31 localhost kernel: ttyioss800000d: Hardware Overflow
    Sep 23 21:02:32 localhost kernel: ttyioss800000d: Hardware Overflow
    Sep 23 21:06:50 localhost kernel: ttyioss800000d: Hardware Overflow

    I get lots of these in system.log. What are they?
     
  2. yellow Moderator emeritus

    yellow

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    What peripherals do you have hanging off your Mac?

    Looks like maybe an IO port is freaking out.
     
  3. mainstreetmark thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Nothing but my trusty Sprint PCS Merlin C201 card which is my only option for connecting to the internet (which I am obviously using right now)

    Are there any tests or logs or somesuch I could use to shed further light on this matter?
     
  4. yellow Moderator emeritus

    yellow

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    Not to my knowledge. It's coming from the kernel, so I doubt it's from an app. It's probably from the card. Does it happen when the card isn't active? What if the card isn't in? Using the time stamps it should be pretty easy to figure out.
     
  5. mainstreetmark thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Well, I went around and did a housecleaning. I also noticed that "aped" was logging some junk, even though APE was supposed to not even be running. After uninstalling and rebooting, I haven't had a single log like that.

    Let's hope this also fixes my Lockup problem.
     
  6. yellow Moderator emeritus

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    Actually, there's an aped process that is part of the OS as well. Which is confusing when coupled with the haxie of the same name. So, that part might be benign.
     

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