Strange hang at login after sleep

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Aslevik, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. Aslevik macrumors newbie

    Aslevik

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    #1
    Hi

    My mac hangs at login after sleep. Hangs so long that i cant stand to wait and shut it down with the powerbutton. The mac is connected to an AD-server and my account is defined as a mobile account. (also admin)

    The strange thing is that we have several other macs and users with the same configuration and I havent heard any complaints from them.
    The problem comes about every other day.
    Se attached picture for the "hang-screen"

    Snow Leopard 10.6.4, connected via ethernet, disk permisions repaired and so on. ;)

    Any ideas is greatly appreciated!

    Thanks!


    Erik
     

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  2. celticpride678

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  3. Aslevik thread starter macrumors newbie

    Aslevik

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    #3
    Thanks for your quick answer!
    Well, Im not sure where to look, but I took a peek in the console now and I think I might know what causes it.
    I have Parallels installed and those virtual nics parallels create are listed there and might be the problem. Strange thing is that they dont appear in the networklist in system prefs.

    Take a look:

    Code:
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik configd[13]: Sleep: Success - AC 99 - Clamshell Sleep
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik configd[13]: Wake: Success - AC 99 - EC LID0
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik configd[13]: Hibernate Statistics
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik prl_naptd[122]: Reloading configuration...
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik kernel[0]: AFPSleepWakeHandler: waking up
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik configd[13]: network configuration changed.
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik configd[13]: setting hostname to "mbperik.local"
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik prl_naptd[122]: vnic0: DHCP/NAT for 10.211.55.1-10.211.55.254 netmask 255.255.255.0
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik prl_naptd[122]: vnic1: DHCP for 10.37.129.1-10.37.129.254 netmask 255.255.255.0
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik configd[13]: PMConnection AirPort configd plug-in com.apple.powermanagement.applicationresponse.slowresponse 2770 ms
    Aug 20 09:03:58 mbperik configd[13]: PMConnection IPConfiguration com.apple.powermanagement.applicationresponse.slowresponse 2771 ms
    Aug 20 09:04:01 mbperik ntpd[19]: sendto(17.72.255.11) (fd=24): No route to host
    Aug 20 09:04:01 mbperik configd[13]: network configuration changed.
    Aug 20 09:04:02 mbperik loginwindow[32]: in pam_sm_authenticate(): Failed to determine Kerberos principal name.
    Aug 20 09:04:03 mbperik ntpd[19]: sendto(17.72.255.11) (fd=24): Network is unreachable
    Aug 20 09:04:32 mbperik AppleMobileDeviceHelper[277]: [30b5d0] |Server|Warning| failed to connect to the server: NSPortTimeoutException connection timeout: did not receive reply
    Aug 20 09:04:32 mbperik [0x0-0x21021].com.apple.iTunes[265]: 2010-08-20 09:04:32.480 AppleMobileDeviceHelper[277:903] [30b5d0] |Server|Warning| failed to connect to the server: NSPortTimeoutException connection timeout: did not receive reply
    Aug 20 09:05:02 mbperik AppleMobileDeviceHelper[277]: [30b5d0] |Server|Warning| failed to connect to the server: NSPortTimeoutException connection timeout: did not receive reply
    Aug 20 09:05:02 mbperik [0x0-0x21021].com.apple.iTunes[265]: 2010-08-20 09:05:02.648 AppleMobileDeviceHelper[277:903] [30b5d0] |Server|Warning| failed to connect to the server: NSPortTimeoutException connection timeout: did not receive reply
    Aug 20 09:05:32 mbperik AppleMobileDeviceHelper[277]: [30b5d0] |Server|Warning| failed to connect to the server: NSPortTimeoutException 
     
  4. celticpride678

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    #4
    It seems like it has something to do with Network tasks. Try resetting PRAM and SMC.
     
  5. davidlv macrumors 65816

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    #5
    I had a similar issue with hangs after sleep, but i use an automatic login, so it may be slightly different. Normally, the default "sleep" is actually a combination of sleep and hibernate (writing the RAM contents to disk). I had this crash only after sleep had been activated for some time, so I suspected the hibernate function was not working with the 8GB of newly installed RAM on my MBP and tried a freeware system preference pane called SmartSleep (search for it on www.macupdate.com).
    Setting the sleep function to "sleep" only using SmartSleep solved the issue for me. Give it a try?
     
  6. Aslevik thread starter macrumors newbie

    Aslevik

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    #6
    thanks!

    Hi guys, thanks for your advice! I also have 8gig aftermarket-ram so will check out Smartsleep!
    Going away for 14 days of holiday so will take a while before i get to test it though.
    Thanks again! :)
     

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