General 8.3 and D&U Errors

Discussion in 'iOS 8' started by Rhonindk, May 7, 2015.

  1. Rhonindk macrumors 68020

    Rhonindk

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    Since the install of iOS 8.3 on my 6+ and Mini2 I have noticed a significant increase in the number and frequency of entries in the Diagnostic & Usage file. Neither is jailbroken or otherwise modified.

    For my 6+ (AT&T 64gb) I am seeing daily or more of the following:
    • Stacks+MobileCal
    • Stacks
    • Splashboard
    • JetsamEvent
    • CoreTime

    For my Mini Retina 2 (LTE AT&T 32gb):
    • CoreTime
    • ExcResource_com.apple.WebKit.WebContent
    • JetsamEvent

    There are an increased number of other sporadic entries.

    Local Apple Store was no help ("backup and restore .....") :rolleyes:

    Anyone have a clue on this issue? I know it is not device specific as my wife's iPad4 is having similar entries. This is getting old and likely tied into why I see app freezes and app crashes/reloads far too often on my iDevices.
     
  2. ipooed macrumors 6502

    ipooed

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    #2
    Jetsam is low memory, when you open an app or are using an app and your device cannot free up enough memory it crashes and leaves a jetsam entry.

    As for the other ones I don't really have a clue, I have a core time entry every single day without fail.
     
  3. sunking101 macrumors 603

    sunking101

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    #3
    My 6+ is littered with the same event logs as yours.
     
  4. XTheLancerX macrumors 68000

    XTheLancerX

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    NY, USA
    #4
    iOS sloppiness. My old iPod 4 on iOS 6, choked by 256MB of RAM, has hardly ANY logs compared to my iPad mini 2 and iPhone 6, and it has not been synced to iTunes to get rid of the logs in a huge amount of time. Hopefully iOS 9 fixes this, because it is kind of alarming to see that there are so many under the hood issues going on all the time... Wouldn't it save battery life as well if the device wasn't constantly writing these long logs in the background or is it really a miniscule process? Just curious.
     

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