Macbook Pro always slow after waking from sleep

Discussion in 'macOS Mojave (10.14)' started by xodbox, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. xodbox macrumors newbie

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    76885C11-73E2-40C1-8EFE-A66FC61D6CE4.jpeg Just checking in if you’ve experienced something similar on your Macbooks. This has been my perennial issue on my 2017 Macbook. When waking from sleep it’s always slow and my reading sees this spike in memory use (in picture). Never had this issue before with my previous Macs! Annoying that I have to restart always to clear it or have it work fast again!

    Any ideas? Apologies if this has been solved before. Thanks guys
     
  2. alkar macrumors regular

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    I do have this issue. Check if after waking up from sleep and when it's slow that configd and systemUIserver take 100% CPU. If so, just kill them, until they take 100% again after a few sleep.

    But at least no reboot
     
  3. xodbox thread starter macrumors newbie

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    So at least I’m not alone. Though this was partially resolved somewhat in the last update but has now recurred. It’s really annoying. I might as well shut down now everytime. Will be faster than waking from sleep.
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    So at least I’m not alone. Though this was partially resolved somewhat in the last update but has now recurred. It’s really annoying. I might as well shut down now everytime. Will be faster than waking from sleep.
     
  4. NoLoginUser macrumors newbie

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    I have same problem with SystemUIserver and beachballing
     

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