Something wakes my MacBook Pro (Mavericks)

Discussion in 'OS X Mavericks (10.9)' started by washaq, Jan 19, 2014.

  1. washaq macrumors newbie

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    Hi,

    Something wakes my MacBook Pro i searched this forıum and others could not find anything close to this problem,

    when i close lid it goes to sleep but in the morning when i open lid i see battery is drained when i checked the logs i saw these;

    Sleep (Failure code:0x1F006500): Using AC (Charge:100%)

    and
    LID is closed
    Clamshell Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:78%)
    Wake [CDNVA] due to EC LID0/HID Activity: Using BATT (Charge:73%)

    LID is open
    Clamshell Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:57%)

    and

    Jan 15 22:51:23 *-mbp kernel[0] <Debug>: Wake reason: ? (User)
    Jan 15 23:36:30 *-mbp kernel[0] <Debug>: Wake reason: PWRB EC LID0 (User)
    Jan 17 22:36:47 *-mbp kernel[0] <Debug>: Wake reason: EC LID0
    Jan 17 22:39:05 *-mbp kernel[0] <Debug>: Wake reason: EC LID0
    Jan 17 22:51:22 *-mbp kernel[0] <Debug>: Wake reason: EC LID0
    Jan 17 23:08:03 *-mbp kernel[0] <Debug>: Wake reason: EC LID0 EHC2
    Jan 17 23:51:30 *-mbp kernel[0] <Debug>: Wake reason: EC LID0 EHC2
    Jan 18 00:19:23 *-mbp kernel[0] <Debug>: Wake reason: EC LID0
    Jan 19 19:09:17 *-mbp kernel[0] <Debug>: Wake reason: EHC2


    What are they stand for?

    OHC: stands for Open Host Controller, is usually USB or Firewire. If you see OHC1 or OHC2 it is almost certainly an external USB keyboard or mouse that has woken up the machine.
    EHC: standing for Enhanced Host Controller, is another USB interface, but can also be wireless devices and bluetooth since they are also on the USB bus of a Mac.
    USB: a USB device woke the machine up
    LID0: this is literally the lid of your MacBook or MacBook Pro, when you open the lid the machine wakes up from sleep.
    PWRB: PWRB stands for Power Button, which is the physical power button on your Mac
    RTC: Real Time Clock Alarm, is generally from wake-on-demand services like when you schedule sleep and wake on a Mac via the Energy Saver control panel. It can also be from launched setting, user applications, backups, and other scheduled events.

    During sleep i didnt open LID and no USB is plugged and this happens after Mavericks is installed, i didnt have this problem before (Snow Leopar - Lion).

    Please help me to solve this problem.
     
  2. Gav2k macrumors G3

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    What model mbp do u have? It could be power nap
     
  3. washaq thread starter macrumors newbie

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    thanks for reply,

    it is 15-inch, Mid 2010; OS X OS X 10.9.1 (13B42).
     
  4. Gav2k macrumors G3

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    Defiantly not supported so that knocks that off the list
     
  5. Gav2k macrumors G3

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    Can you open terminal and enter 'pmset -g assertions'.
     
  6. washaq thread starter macrumors newbie

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    here it is;

    Assertion status system-wide:
    BackgroundTask 0
    PreventDiskIdle 0
    ApplePushServiceTask 0
    UserIsActive 1
    PreventUserIdleDisplaySleep 0
    InteractivePushServiceTask 0
    PreventSystemSleep 0
    ExternalMedia 0
    InternalPreventDisplaySleep 1
    PreventUserIdleSystemSleep 0
    NetworkClientActive 0
    Listed by owning process:
    pid 48(hidd): [0x0000000a0000016c] 01:15:32 UserIsActive named: "com.apple.iohideventsystem.queue.tickle"
    Timeout will fire in 573 secs Action=TimeoutActionRelease
    pid 22(powerd): [0x00000011000001ac] 00:11:53 InternalPreventDisplaySleep named: "com.apple.powermanagement.delayDisplayOff"
    Timeout will fire in 27 secs Action=TimeoutActionTurnOff
    No kernel assertions.
     
  7. Gav2k macrumors G3

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    This should help

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12790844/macosx-10-8-2-how-to-clear-unwanted-power-management-assertions
     
  8. washaq thread starter macrumors newbie

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  10. maxap macrumors 6502

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    I have exactly the same problem with my MBP Mid 2010. The laptop wakes up from sleep on Mavericks... It had never happened before on 10.8. Strange...

    I have already tried everything to address this issue: PRAM and SMC resets, uninstalling different programs... Nothing helps.
     

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