iMac 5k waking up alot

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  1. mrnorwegian, Jan 2, 2016
    Last edited: Jan 2, 2016

    mrnorwegian macrumors member

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    #1
    Hi, my late 2015 iMac seems to be living a life on its on when its sleeping. The screen turns on briefly sometimes. Here is a syslog from when it happened, what could the cause be?

    I have a Samsung T1 SSD connected to one USB and a iPhone charger connected to another, could that be it? Does it need to wake up to charge the iPhone if its in the charger?

    19:05:39 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 19:33:41 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: XHC1

    Jan 2 19:33:44 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 19:33:44 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 19:44:31 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: XHC1

    Jan 2 19:44:33 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 19:44:34 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 19:55:53 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: XHC1

    Jan 2 19:55:57 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 19:55:57 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 20:11:31 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: XHC1

    Jan 2 20:11:35 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 20:35:12 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: XHC1

    Jan 2 20:35:16 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 20:53:49 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: XHC1

    Jan 2 20:53:52 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 21:27:51 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: XHC1

    Jan 2 21:27:54 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 21:40:51 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: XHC1

    Jan 2 21:40:55 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 22:04:33 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: XHC1

    Jan 2 22:04:36 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

    Jan 2 22:04:37 Lars-iMac-retina kernel[0] <Notice>: [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
     
  2. maflynn Moderator

    maflynn

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    #2
    It might be USB or BT device waking it up. Make sure you turn off all the wake events in the energy preference, i.e., wake on network, and any possible BT or USB
     
  3. Erdbeertorte Suspended

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    Yes it could wake up if for example the mouse just moves a little bit. When I have my MBP lying in my bed with the mouse turned on and just sit down on some border of the bed it also wakes up.
     
  4. mrnorwegian thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks! Actually I'm beginning to suspect that it´s my dog passing the computer table and maybe causing some vibrations that the mouse picks up on. But if I disable wake on bluetooth, how can I wake the mac then. Do I need to use the power button?

    Edit: Seems like you have to click the mouse to wake it, so that might not be it after all. But could be something bluetooth-related from the keyboard or mouse.
     
  5. Erdbeertorte Suspended

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    I just wanted to ask if you have maybe a cat. :) Do you use the Mouse that came with the iMac? It has a button to turn it off.
     
  6. DeltaMac macrumors G3

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    #6
    You could turn your mouse power off, then you can just press a key on your keyboard. I typically press the shift key to wake my Mac.
     

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