Why is my iMac wakening up?

Discussion in 'iMac' started by Roxy Music, Nov 13, 2011.

  1. Roxy Music macrumors newbie

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    #1
    Nov 13 07:13:42 MatsiMac loginwindow[40]: loginwindow SleepWakeCallback will power on, Currenttime:11/13/2011 7:13:42.014 AM - Waketime:11/13/2011 7:13:41.230 AM = Deltatime:0.784068942
    Nov 13 07:13:42 MatsiMac loginwindow[40]: askForPasswordBuiltIn after makekey, Currenttime:11/13/2011 7:13:42.096 AM - Waketime:11/13/2011 7:13:41.230 AM = Deltatime:0.866395950
    Nov 13 07:13:42 MatsiMac vmnet-bridge[102]: Dynamic store changed
    Nov 13 07:13:42 MatsiMac vmnet-bridge[102]: Failed to read SCproperties for key: State:/Network/Global/IPv4
    Nov 13 07:13:42 MatsiMac vmnet-bridge[102]: Stopping bridge for: en1
    Nov 13 07:13:42 MatsiMac configd[14]: network configuration changed.
    Nov 13 07:13:43 MatsiMac UserEventAgent[173]: **** ERROR: SCNetworkSignatureCopyActiveIdentifiers returned nil
    Nov 13 07:13:45 MatsiMac airportd[77099]: failed to snag beacon
    Nov 13 07:13:52 MatsiMac configd[14]: Sleep: Success - AC - Idle Sleep
    Nov 13 07:13:52 MatsiMac configd[14]: Wake: Success - AC - EHC2
    Nov 13 07:13:52 MatsiMac configd[14]: Hibernate Statistics
    Nov 13 07:13:52 MatsiMac configd[14]: Kernel plugin-container com.apple.powermanagement.applicationresponse.timedout 30000 ms
    Nov 13 07:13:52 MatsiMac kernel[0]: AFPSleepWakeHandler: waking up
    Nov 13 07:13:52 MatsiMac configd[14]: network configuration changed.
    Nov 13 07:13:52 MatsiMac vmnet-bridge[102]: Dynamic store changed
    Nov 13 07:13:52 MatsiMac vmnet-bridge[102]: Started bridge for 0, en1
    Nov 13 07:13:53 MatsiMac ntpd[29]: time reset +1.114266 s
    Nov 13 07:13:53 MatsiMac vmnet-bridge[102]: Preferences changed called
     
  2. Detrius macrumors 68000

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    Asheville, NC
    #2
    This portion of the log file does not say. Perhaps the machine is more specifically refusing to go to sleep because it's busy. Run "pmset -g assertions" to see if there's anything that's currently preventing sleep.
     

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