8 Replies Latest reply: Oct 16, 2011 7:56 PM by Link Dupont
stamatgeorge Level 1 Level 1 (105 points)

I have this that's keep on coming back every 2 minutes in Console:

 

11-08-14 11:13:54.860 PM librariand: new client - cancelling idle timeout

11-08-14 11:13:54.860 PM librariand: no ubiquity account configured, not creating collection

11-08-14 11:13:54.861 PM librariand: error in handle_client_request: LibrarianErrorDomain/10/Unable to configure the collection.

11-08-14 11:13:54.861 PM librariand: client connection is invalid: Connection invalid

11-08-14 11:13:54.861 PM librariand: no clients - starting idle timer


BLACK MacBook, 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 250 HD, 2GB 667Mhz DDR2 SDRAM,, Mac OS X (10.6.6)
  • leroydouglas Level 6 Level 6 (14,775 points)

    Do you have EverNote installed?

  • stamatgeorge Level 1 Level 1 (105 points)

    Remove, uninstalled and trashed:

     

    Evernote.app

    User/Library/Preferences/com.evernote.Evernote.plist

    User/Library/Applications Support/Evernote

     

    and restarted as per:

    http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=38&p=122057

     

    it still shows:

    11-08-14 11:42:52.651 PM librariand: no ubiquity account configured, not creating collection

    11-08-14 11:42:52.651 PM librariand: error in handle_client_request: LibrarianErrorDomain/10/Unable to configure the collection.

    11-08-14 11:42:52.666 PM librariand: client connection is invalid: Connection invalid

    11-08-14 11:42:52.666 PM librariand: no clients - starting idle timer

  • mtrapman Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have this too and I see it coming back many many many times

     

    I searched and only found a few questions about this and one answer about the location (/usr/libexec/librariand).

     

    Some suggest that there is a relation with Evernote (like the above) but I think there is not. Nobody seems to be able to solve it

     

    I would really like to get rid of this but simply removing the file does not feel like it is a solid solution...

     

    I hope somebody knows where it comes from!

     

    Aug 17 08:38:27 macbubbles librariand[283]: new client - cancelling idle timeout

    Aug 17 08:38:27 macbubbles librariand[283]: no ubiquity account configured, not creating collection

    Aug 17 08:38:27 macbubbles librariand[283]: error in handle_client_request: LibrarianErrorDomain/10/Unable to configure the collection.

    Aug 17 08:38:27 macbubbles librariand[283]: client connection is invalid: Connection invalid

    Aug 17 08:38:27 macbubbles librariand[283]: no clients - starting idle timer

  • Desterado Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    Do you or did you use mobileme, and/or do you have the iCloud beta installed?

  • mtrapman Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    Do you or did you use mobileme, and/or do you have the iCloud beta installed?

    Yes I use Mobile Me and yes I installed iCloud beta.

     

    Never used iCloud though and I did not find documentation how to uninstall it.

     

    Thank you for getting back to this...

  • Desterado Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    Well,

     

    I did a little digging and the librariand process is related to/tied to AOSnotifications/account/etc.

     

    If you google that it comes up being Apple Online Services.  I feel as though it's either your mobileme trying to connect, but more than likely it's the iCloud beta trying to connect but the accounts are off or something.  Also I see mentions of Ubiquity and that's somehow Apple related.

     

    The reason you can't find any docs online regarding this is most likely because iCloud isn't officially out yet.

     

    If you change iCloud details or account info you'll see AOS messages in the console.

     

    I feel as though this will either be resolved in the fall when iCloud actually comes out, or it's just something that will always persist.

     

    Hopefully the official iCloud release will overwrite the beta files otherwise you will need to do a clean install or something.

  • Richard Cartledge Level 2 Level 2 (435 points)

    It certainly is part of iCloud.

  • Link Dupont Level 1 Level 1 (30 points)

    I'm hitting this same set of messages.

     

    10/16/11 7:47:57.501 PM librariand: IPCServiceStartActivityCallback(framework_client.c:477): Failed to start service activity callback

    10/16/11 7:48:09.515 PM librariand: copy_framework_connection(framework_client.c:241): couldn't connect to server: 2: 2 (No such file or directory)

    10/16/11 7:48:09.515 PM librariand: IPCSyncingEnabled(framework_client.c:706): failed to run server: -1

    10/16/11 7:48:21.627 PM librariand: copy_framework_connection(framework_client.c:241): couldn't connect to server: 2: 2 (No such file or directory)

    10/16/11 7:48:34.009 PM librariand: copy_framework_connection(framework_client.c:241): couldn't connect to server: 2: 2 (No such file or directory)

    10/16/11 7:48:34.012 PM librariand: no ubiquity account configured, not creating collection

    10/16/11 7:48:34.012 PM librariand: error in handle_client_request: LibrarianErrorDomain/10/Unable to configure the collection.

     

    I'm sure it's not part of Evernote, because I've never had Evernote installed. I'm guessing it has something to do with Documents and Data, since it seems to show up in my Console every time I open a new file in Pages, Numbers or Keynote. The app beach-balls for about 30 to 60 seconds every time I open a new document.

     

    It just happened when opening an image in Pixelmator. Same console messages, same beach-balling. No idea if it's related, but since we're just trying to collect facts...