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My Mac Pro was automatically awaken from sleep.
When I sleep my mac pro, it was randomly awaken from sleep. And then internal bluetooth adapter was disable.... If I try reconnect bluetooth, there was appeared Spinning wheel of death.

Mac Pro is early 2008 model, and MacOS 10.5.6. I was tried PRAM Reset, SMC Reset, etc, etc. But nothing was help me.

I inspect system log. And I found log "USB (EHCI):Port 6 on bus 0xfd connected or disconnected: portSC(0x101803)". So, I changed old USB Hub to new one. But trouble was re-apeeared tonight.

what was matter? how can I resolve this trouble? I attached my system log. please help me.

Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: Intel8254x -- Link Down -- 00:1d:4f:4b:02:59 -- called by disable() --
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Advertisement Register (04d) = 0xde1
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register (05d) = 0x0
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Advertisement Register (09d) = 0xe00
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro mDNSResponder[19]: Note: Frequent transitions for interface en0 (FE80:0000:0000:0000:021D:4FFF:FE4B:0258); network traffic reduction measures in effect
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Link Partner Ability Register (10d) = 0x0
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- PHY Specific Status Register (17d) = 0x8000
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: Intel8254x -- Link Down -- 00:1d:4f:4b:02:58 -- called by disable() --
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Advertisement Register (04d) = 0xde1
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register (05d) = 0x0
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Advertisement Register (09d) = 0xe00
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Link Partner Ability Register (10d) = 0x0
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- PHY Specific Status Register (17d) = 0x8300
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmmon: powerStateDidChange flags=0x4 (state 2)
Mar 17 01:11:33 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: System Sleep
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: Wake reason = UHC3 EHCI
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: System Wake
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmmon: powerStateDidChange flags=0x82 (state 4)
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: Previous Sleep Cause: 5
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: USB (EHCI):Port 6 on bus 0xfd connected or disconnected: portSC(0x101803)
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: VMNetDisconnect called for port 0x201def00
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: bridge-en0: filter detached
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: bridge-en0: down
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: bridge-en0: detached
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: Freeing hub at 0x134c7000.
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: USB (UHCI):Port 2 on bus 0x5d connected or disconnected
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: IOBluetoothHCIController::terminateWL .. done
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: Intel8254x -- Link Up -- 00:1d:4f:4b:02:58 -- called by interruptOccurred() --
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Advertisement Register (04d) = 0xde1
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register (05d) = 0xcde1
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Advertisement Register (09d) = 0xe00
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Link Partner Ability Register (10d) = 0x7800
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- PHY Specific Status Register (17d) = 0xaf48
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: Intel8254X -- Negotiated Speed: 1 Gb/s, Duplex: Full, Flow Control: Receive Pause Enabled, Transmit Pause Enabled
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: Intel8254x -- Link Down -- 00:1d:4f:4b:02:59 -- called by enableHardware() --
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Advertisement Register (04d) = 0xde1
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register (05d) = 0x0
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Advertisement Register (09d) = 0xe00
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Link Partner Ability Register (10d) = 0x4000
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: -- PHY Specific Status Register (17d) = 0x8040
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: VNetUserIf_Create: created userIf at 0x12fb8f00.
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: VMNetConnect: returning port 0x12fb8f00
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: Hub 0 does not exist, allocating memory.
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: Allocated hub 0x134e5800 for hubNum 0.
Mar 17 01:33:18 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: VMNETSOBINDTOHUB: port: paddr 00:50:56:f2:03:95
Mar 17 01:33:19 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: Hub 0
Mar 17 01:33:19 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: Port 0
Mar 17 01:33:19 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: bridge-en0: got dev 0xe9bba04
Mar 17 01:33:19 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: bridge-en0: up
Mar 17 01:33:19 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: bridge-en0: attached
Mar 17 01:33:19 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: vmnet: VNetUserIfFree: freeing userIf at 0x12fb8f00.
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: [Bluetooth::CSRHIDTransition] switchToHCIMode (legacy)
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: [Bluetooth::CSRHIDTransition] transition complete.
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: <CFArray 0x1c42e0
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: 0 [0x35f1a0]>{type = mutable-small, count =
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: 2, values = (
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: 0 : <CFString 0x1c4
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: 2db0 [0x35f1a0]>{contents =
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: "/System/Library/CoreServic
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: es/Menu Extras/TimeMachine.m
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: enu"}
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: 1 : <CFString 0x1c3cef0 [0x35f1a0]>
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: {contents = "/System/Library
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: /CoreServices/Menu Extras/
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: Clock.menu"}
Mar 17 01:33:21 DJ-MacPro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[176]: )}
Mar 17 01:33:22 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: [HCIController][configurePM] power parent ready after 1 tries
Mar 17 01:33:43 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: CSRUSBBluetoothHCIController::setPowerState(0xe7e5800, 0 -> 2) timed out after 30109 ms
Mar 17 01:33:43 DJ-MacPro kernel[0]: AFPSleepWakeHandler: waking up
Mar 17 01:33:43 DJ-MacPro Synergyd[199]: INFO: resume
Mar 17 01:33:43 DJ-MacPro Synergyd[199]: WARNING: could not map hotkey id=ef14 mask=0000
Mar 17 01:33:43 DJ-MacPro Synergyd[199]: NOTE: started server
Mar 17 01:33:43 DJ-MacPro Synergyd[199]: INFO: screen "DJ-MacPro" shape changed
Mar 17 01:35:33 DJ-MacPro com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.backupd-wake[81617]): Exited with exit code: 1
Mar 17 02:11:56 DJ-MacPro ntpd[28]: time reset +0.834860 s
Mar 17 03:35:00 DJ-MacPro [0x0-0x2b02b].com.vmware.fusion[304]: 2009-03-17 03:35:00 no printer configured or none available
Mar 17 03:35:00 DJ-MacPro [0x0-0x2b02b].com.vmware.fusion[304]: 2009-03-17 03:35:00 adaptor daemon shut down
Mar 17 03:35:00 DJ-MacPro [0x0-0x2b02b].com.vmware.fusion[304]: 2009-03-17 03:35:00 connector "vmlocal" shut down
Mac Pro 2.6Ghz x 2, Mac OS X (10.5.1)
  • toddlydavis Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)
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    Apr 4, 2009 7:52 AM (in response to djhan)
    Interesting, I also have a Mac Pro (Oct. 2007)

    It also inexplicably wakes from sleep with:

    Wake reason = UHC3 EHCI

    I know that the EHCI is the high speed USB buss, but I do not know what device UHC3 is.

    It has done this ever since I got it and I have never been able to figure out what is causing it.

    I do not have the bluetooth adapter problem though.
    Mac Pro 2.66, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
  • ApplePhile Calculating status...
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    Apr 11, 2009 9:17 AM (in response to toddlydavis)
    I'm also having similar problems. They are intermittent. I'm getting this message in the console:

    4/11/09 1:07:37 AM kernel Wake reason = EHCI
    4/11/09 1:07:37 AM kernel System Wake
    4/11/09 1:07:37 AM kernel USB (EHCI):Port 5 on bus 0xfd has remote wakeup from some device

    0xfd is a USB hub, but I'm not sure what's plugged into port 5 (since these numbers are not part of the description in "About This Mac"). I think it might be the receiver for my Rocketfish keypad... I'll check this out and get back to you.
    Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
  • ApplePhile Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)
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    Apr 11, 2009 9:35 AM (in response to ApplePhile)
    Yes, removing the Rocketfish numeric keypad receiver dongle seems to have solved the problem.
    Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
  • dosers Level 2 Level 2 (390 points)
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    Apr 16, 2009 2:25 AM (in response to ApplePhile)
    Hm...
    I have the same problem, just started a few days ago - but the wake event seems to point to the Bluetooth module:
    4/16/09 12:31:15 AM kernel Wake reason = UHC6
    4/16/09 12:31:15 AM kernel System Wake
    4/16/09 12:31:15 AM kernel USB (UHCI):Port 1 on bus 0x5a has remote wakeup from some device

    According to the system info, 0x5a only has the BT bus on it - and I have already disabled 'allow wake from sleep' (there only is the apple wireless keyboard paired anyway), but to no avail... ?!

    D
    Mac Pro Nehalem 2.93, 16GB, HD4870, MacBook Pro 2.8, 4GB, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
  • stocky2605 Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)
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    May 2, 2009 12:20 AM (in response to djhan)
    Same problem here:

    02.05.09 00:16:00 kernel Wake reason = UHC3 EHCI

    MacPro, 10.5.6, no 3rd Party devices connected to any USB bus.
    I power off my macpro now, it's not nice to see every morning my macpro was "working" during the night...
    MacBook Pro 15-inch 2 GHz Glossy, Mac OS X (10.4.7), iBook G3, iPod
  • The hatter Level 9 Level 9 (58,600 points)
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    May 8, 2009 5:43 AM (in response to djhan)
    USB hubs are just known to cause trouble. Even a keyboard has a USB hub. And DLink networking gear has been mentioned in other troubleshooting problems with their routers not being Mac Pro friendly in the past years.
    Mac Pro Windows 7 9800GTX/8800GT 4 x WD Caviar 640, Mac OS X (10.5.6), ACD 23" Sonnet Tempo E4P APC RS1500
  • rpaloalto Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)
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    May 8, 2009 3:01 PM (in response to djhan)
    I have the exact same problem. Random wakes from sleep

    _May 5 21:41:58 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: System Sleep_
    _May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: Wake reason = UHC3 EHCI_
    _May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: System Wake_
    _May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: Previous Sleep Cause: 5_
    _May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: USB (EHCI):Port 6 on bus 0xfd connected or disconnected: portSC(0x101803)_
    _May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: USB (UHCI):Port 2 on bus 0x5d connected or disconnected_
    _May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: IOBluetoothHCIController::terminateWL .. done_
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: Intel8254x -- Link Up -- 00:1f:5b:36:b3:f8 -- called by interruptOccurred() --
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Advertisement Register (04d) = 0xde1
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register (05d) = 0xcde1
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Advertisement Register (09d) = 0xe00
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Link Partner Ability Register (10d) = 0x3c00
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- PHY Specific Status Register (17d) = 0xaf08
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: Intel8254X -- Negotiated Speed: 1 Gb/s, Duplex: Full, Flow Control: Receive Pause Enabled, Transmit Pause Enabled
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: Intel8254x -- Link Down -- 00:1f:5b:36:b3:f9 -- called by enableHardware() --
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Advertisement Register (04d) = 0xde1
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register (05d) = 0x0
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Advertisement Register (09d) = 0xe00
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- Auto-Negotiation Gigabit Link Partner Ability Register (10d) = 0x4000
    May 6 03:23:38 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: -- PHY Specific Status Register (17d) = 0x8040
    May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: [Bluetooth::CSRHIDTransition] switchToHCIMode (legacy)
    May 6 03:23:41 johns-mac-pro kernel[0]: [Bluetooth::CSRHIDTransition] transition complete.
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: <CFArray 0x13_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: ee30 [0xa06a11a0]>{type = mutable-sma_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: ll, count = 4, values = (_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: _
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: 0 : <CFString 0x13f360 [0xa06_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: a11a0]>{contents = "/Syste_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: m/Library/CoreServices/Men_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: u Extras/TimeMachine.menu"}_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: 1 : <CFString 0x13f3b0 [0_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: xa06a11a0]>{contents = "/System/Library/Co_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: reServices/Menu Extras/Bluetooth.menu"}_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: 2 : <CFString 0x13a_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: 380 [0xa06a11a0]>{contents = "/System/Lib_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: rary/CoreServices/Menu Extras/Eject.menu"}_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: 3 : <CFString 0x13f400 [0xa06a11a0]>{cont_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: ents = "/System/Library/CoreServices/Menu_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: Extras/AirPort.menu"}_
    _May 6 03:23:40 johns-mac-pro com.apple.UserEventAgent-Aqua[91]: )}_

    I have no bluetooth devices. All bluetooth options are turned off. I have a 2008 mac pro 10.5.6 I'm using a 23'' ACD. Keyboard and mouse are connected to the 23''ACD
    Look at my log. look at the usereventagent- Aqua See how it mentions Time machine, bluetooth, and airport menu extras. I don't have these menu extras turned on nor do I own a airport card or time machine. This all happened at 3:20 am when I was asleep.
    Mac Pro 2008, 23'ACD, imac g4, ibook
  • Rigel007 Calculating status...
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    May 11, 2009 8:22 AM (in response to rpaloalto)
    I think I may have found the faulty guy!

    It is the USB port. I have the same problem. I didn't look at my log but after I read your thread, I simply did this test and it was successful.

    I own a HP Monitor w2558hc with two HDMI and one DVI inputs. It also have a USB HUB that give me all the usuals SD Memory card slots plus two USB ports. I was using the USB port to plug my iPhone.

    Like you, when I was going into sleep mode, the Mac Pro sometime was waking up without any reason. But in my case, I had a special effect that was very frustrating.

    When I was putting the Mac Pro into sleep mode, that action was putting the monitor in sleep mode also. Weird thing was that in sleep mode, the monitor was waking up the Mac Pro. So I had to power off the monitor as quick as I can just after hitting the sleep mode on the Mac Pro.

    After having read this thread yesterday night, I tried to unplug the Monitor USB HUB connector from the Mac Pro USB port. Then I put the Mac Pro in sleep WITHOUT powering off the monitor. Everything was fine! The monitor goes into sleep mode as well and never wake up the Mac Pro. I just move the mouse and bing, everything wake up as a charm!

    Put that back in sleep mode for the night. This morning, every one were still sleeping like child's.

    Isn't bad? These SD cards slots were starting to be interesting with my new Nikon D90 camera. It was easy to import from the SD card into Aperture just picking the memory stick and putting it into the slot. Mac Pro was mounting it right away! Not to mention the iPhone with its private USB plug from the monitor side. Like no words is perfect!

    Now what do I need more, sleeping well or use the extra USB/SD card connectors?!?!
    Mac Pro (Earlier 2008) 10Gb RAM, 6Tb internal (4 disks), 1Tb external, Mac OS X (10.5.6), ATI Radeon HD 4870
  • The hatter Level 9 Level 9 (58,600 points)
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    May 11, 2009 9:17 AM (in response to Rigel007)
    I wonder if plugging in a PCIe USB card would cure this?

    USB hubs are and have been the plague with Macs for years, it changes, hides, goes away - only to return. With a vengence. And maybe some of the blame is the makers of USB hubs - your Apple Cinema Display is a hub, the Apple keyboard is also. And the HP and some Dell monitors.

    Problems with some external hubs definitely as well.
    Mac Pro Windows 7 9800GTX/8800GT 4 x WD Caviar 640, Mac OS X (10.5.6), ACD 23" Sonnet Tempo E4P APC RS1500
  • Hans Luijten Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)
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    May 23, 2009 6:48 PM (in response to djhan)
    My Mac Pro (2008) has been running just fine with the current setup running 10.5.6, after the update to 10.5.7 it just goes to sleep only to wake up a few seconds later (Port 8 on bus 0xfd, connected or disconnected PortSC).

    Hardware has not changed, not even the way the USB devices are plugged in ... yet since 10.5.7 this keeps happening ...

    As suggested; removed the power of my USB hub (have been suing this one for more than 2 years now without a single glitch) - problem solved ... Apple what did you do?
    17" MacBook Pro (2007) - 8-core Mac Pro (2008) - iPhone 8Gb - AppleTV 40Gb, Mac OS X (10.5.7), 14Gb RAM, 1.5 Tb HDD, 2x Samsung 22" LCD
  • newjerseydan Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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    May 27, 2009 12:16 PM (in response to toddlydavis)
    You guys might try to go find the USB Prober or IORegistryExplorer from the xCode kits, it is the only way you'll easily figure out what those random devices are.

    UHC6 is bluetooth certainly, but the others on are all unique to your setups.

    0x5a: UHC6@1A,2 <class IOPCIDevice>
    AppleUSBUHCI <class AppleUSBUHCI>
    1: UHCI Root Hub Simulation@1A,2 <class IOUSBRootHubDevice>
    2: BCM2045B2@5a100000 <class IOUSBHubDevice>
    4: Bluetooth USB Host Controller@5a110000 <class IOUSBDevice>


    If you see, on mine address 0xfd is one of the motherboard roothubs, it's currently got my keyboard (and its hub), my MyBook hard drive, and the main roothub device.

    0xfd: EHC1@1D,7 <class IOPCIDevice>
    IOService <class IOService>
    AppleUSBEHCI <class AppleUSBEHCI>
    1: EHCI Root Hub Simulation@1D,7 <class IOUSBRootHubDevice>
    2: Keyboard Hub@fd300000 <class IOUSBHubDevice>
    3: My Book@fd500000 <class IOUSBDevice>
    4: Apple Keyboard@fd320000 <class IOUSBDevice>
    Mac Pro 2.6 Quad (ATI 4870), Mac OS X (10.5.7)
  • toddlydavis Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)
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    May 27, 2009 12:57 PM (in response to newjerseydan)
    I thought I could just try waking my computer up by manipulating various USB devices and look at the console. I am guessing that is flawed logic as I have never been able to manually re-create the errant UHC3 wake event.

    Am I at least correct that EHCI is the Apple high speed USB bus?

    Regrettably, I am unfamiliar with xCode kits.
    Mac Pro 2.66, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
  • newjerseydan Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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    May 27, 2009 4:08 PM (in response to toddlydavis)
    You are right, EHCI is the high speed USB bus, UHC is also a USB interface.

    Hey, I found out you can download USB Prober outside of xCode, it is on Apple's developer website.

    Not sure if this link will post or if its the same version that came in my xCode install, but its a probe only, doesn't modify stuff:
    ftp://ftp.apple.com/developer/ToolChest/Testing_-_Debugging/Hardwaretools/USBProber.dmg.bin

    There's some more advanced USB Debug toolkit stuff available that tangles with the kexts, but it is very advanced (and can break things)...not sure how comfortable you are in Unix?

    Todd - could you post up more of your log entry? Maybe I can glean something out of it, the next few lines after that wake event would be needed. Basically up to the line:
    IOBluetoothHCIController::terminateWL .. done
    Mac Pro 2.6 Quad (ATI 4870), Mac OS X (10.5.7)
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