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Yet another iMac G5 problem.. kernel panics etc.

Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by mmmdreg, Apr 2, 2007.

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    mmmdreg

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    A month or two ago, my iMac G5 started not being able to wake up from sleep. The hard drive would spin back up but the screen would remain dark.. I thought it wasn't too big an issue so I just started shutting it down instead of sleeping..

    A few weeks later, it started having kernel panics on start up. I'd have to start it up a few times to get it to start up without a kernel panic. I was trying to hold out til 10.5 to do a clean reformat but it got ridiculous. After trying all the regular stuff, I archived/installed.. and when that didn't work, I did a full reformat and reinstall.

    The first 2 days were peachy, then I got the dreaded kernel panic again this morning. Here's the logs.. I think they're the relevant ones..
    Code:
    12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: standard timeslicing quantum is 10000 us
    Apr  3 12:22:51 localhost memberd[38]: memberd starting up
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: vm_page_bootstrap: 252134 free pages
    Apr  3 12:22:51 localhost mDNSResponder-108.4 (Jan  8 2007 20: 36:00)[31]: starting
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: mig_table_max_displ = 70
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: 88 prelinked modules
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: using 2621 buffer headers and 2621 cluster IO buffer headers
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: AppleKauaiATA shasta-ata features enabled
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: DART enabled
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost lookupd[41]: lookupd (version 369.5) starting - Tue Apr  3 12:22:52 2007
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: USB caused wake event (EHCI)
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: FireWire (OHCI) Apple ID 52 built-in now active, GUID 000d93ff fe49b550; max speed s400.
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Security auditing service present
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: BSM auditing present
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: disabled
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: rooting via boot-uuid from /chosen: EF72B08D-333E-3055-AC03-BBEB8D4066AE
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Waiting on <dict ID="0"><key>IOProviderClass</key><string ID="1">IOResources</string><key>IOResourceMatch</key><string ID="2">boot-uuid-media</string></dict>
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: AppleSMU -- shutdown cause = 3
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Got boot device = IOService:/MacRISC4PE/ht@0,f2000000/AppleMacRiscHT/pci@3/IOPCI2PCIBridge/k2-sata-root@C/AppleK2SATARoot/k2-sata@0/AppleK2SATA/ATADeviceNub@0/IOATABlockStorageDriver/IOATABlockStorageDevice/IOBlockStorageDriver/WDC WD1600JD-40GBB2 Media/IOApplePartitionScheme/Untitled@3
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: BSD root: disk0s3, major 14, minor 2
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: jnl: replay_journal: from: 11616768 to: 15771648 (joffset 0x4aa000)
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: AppleSMU::PMU vers = 0x000d0054, SPU vers = 0x15, SDB vers = 0x01,
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Jettisoning kernel linker.
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Resetting IOCatalogue.
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 1
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 4
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 4
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 4
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 4
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 4
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: NVDANV30HAL loaded and registered.
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: SMU_Neo2_PlatformPlugin::initThermalProfile - entry
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: SMU_Neo2_PlatformPlugin::initThermalProfile - calling adjust
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost kernel[0]: UniNEnet: Ethernet address 00:0d:93:49:b5:50
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost launchd: Server 330f in bootstrap 1103 uid 0: "/usr/sbin/lookupd"[41]: exited abnormally: Hangup
    Apr  3 12:22:52 localhost diskarbitrationd[37]: disk0s3    hfs      EF72B08D-333E-3055-AC03-BBEB8D4066AE -»> X <«-               /
    Apr  3 12:22:53 localhost lookupd[56]: lookupd (version 369.5) starting - Tue Apr  3 12:22:53 2007
    Apr  3 12:22:54 localhost DirectoryService[43]: Launched version 2.1 (v353.6)
    Apr  3 12:22:54 mmmdreg kernel[0]: UniNEnet::monitorLinkStatus - Link is up at 100 Mbps - Full Duplex
    Apr  3 12:22:54 mmmdreg configd[35]: setting hostname to "mmmdreg.local"
    Apr  3 12:22:56 mmmdreg kernel[0]: NVDA,Display-A: vram [a0000000:08000000]
    Apr  3 12:22:56 mmmdreg kernel[0]: NVDA,Display-B: vram [00000000:01000000]
    Apr  3 12:22:57 mmmdreg /System/Library/CoreServices/loginwindow.app/Contents/MacOS/loginwindow: Login Window Application Started
    Apr  3 12:22:57 mmmdreg loginwindow[63]: Login Window Started Security Agent
    Apr  3 12:22:58 mmmdreg launchd: Server 0 in bootstrap 1103 uid 0: "/usr/sbin/lookupd"[56]: exited abnormally: Hangup
    Apr  3 12:22:58 mmmdreg configd[35]: executing /System/Library/SystemConfiguration/Kicker.bundle/Contents/Resources/enable-network
    Apr  3 12:22:58 mmmdreg configd[35]: posting notification com.apple.system.config.network_change
    Apr  3 12:22:58 mmmdreg lookupd[72]: lookupd (version 369.5) starting - Tue Apr  3 12:22:58 2007
    Apr  3 12:23:01 mmmdreg configd[35]:   target=enable-network: disabled
    Apr  3 12:23:01 mmmdreg mDNSResponder: Adding browse domain local.
    does the "AppleSMU -- shutdown cause = 3" mean anything relevant?

    The RAM checks out fine, and as it was a clean install, I can't really blame it on software.. The only thing I installed that I may have installed when the problems first started is "eclipse". But I can't see why that would cause problems this time round considering it's a drag-drop install, and I haven't even opened it yet..

    Any ideas guys? Is it a hardware problem?

    Cheers,

    George

    edit: It has also panicked when absolutely no external devices attached.
     
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