2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 12, 2012 2:44 AM by Shootist007
AZum Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

Hi,

 

Since I got my MacBook Pro with Retina Display it randomly logs off.

 

It's already done it twice this morning

 

Here is my log from around the time, I think it's the SystemUIServer one.

 

At the time I was using Photoshop CS6 and Safari.

 

Help please!

 

12/08/2012 09:33:58.993 com.apple.dock.extra: Could not connect the action buttonPressed: to target of class NSApplication

12/08/2012 09:33:58.994 com.apple.dock.extra: 2012-08-12 09:33:58.991 com.apple.dock.extra[15908:1707] Could not connect the action buttonPressed: to target of class NSApplication

12/08/2012 09:33:58.994 com.apple.dock.extra: Could not connect the action buttonPressed: to target of class NSApplication

12/08/2012 09:33:58.994 com.apple.dock.extra: 2012-08-12 09:33:58.993 com.apple.dock.extra[15908:1707] Could not connect the action buttonPressed: to target of class NSApplication

12/08/2012 09:33:58.995 com.apple.dock.extra: Could not connect the action buttonPressed: to target of class NSApplication

12/08/2012 09:33:58.995 com.apple.dock.extra: 2012-08-12 09:33:58.994 com.apple.dock.extra[15908:1707] Could not connect the action buttonPressed: to target of class NSApplication

12/08/2012 09:33:58.996 com.apple.dock.extra: Could not connect the action buttonPressed: to target of class NSApplication

12/08/2012 09:33:58.996 com.apple.dock.extra: 2012-08-12 09:33:58.995 com.apple.dock.extra[15908:1707] Could not connect the action buttonPressed: to target of class NSApplication

12/08/2012 09:34:01.080 SystemUIServer: *** WARNING: Method convertRectToBase: in class NSView is deprecated on 10.7 and later. It should not be used in new applications.

12/08/2012 09:34:01.080 SystemUIServer: *** WARNING: Method convertRectFromBase: in class NSView is deprecated on 10.7 and later. It should not be used in new applications.

12/08/2012 09:34:03.741 Adobe Photoshop CS6: CFURLCreateWithString was passed this invalid URL string: '/System/Library/Frameworks/' (a file system path instead of an URL string). The URL created will not work with most file URL functions. CFURLCreateWithFileSystemPath or CFURLCreateWithFileSystemPathRelativeToBase should be used instead.

12/08/2012 09:34:17.918 com.apple.launchd: (com.apple.coreservices.appleid.authentication[15870]) Exit timeout elapsed (20 seconds). Killing

12/08/2012 09:34:21.199 com.apple.usbmuxd: stopping.

12/08/2012 09:34:21.219 com.apple.usbmuxd: usbmuxd-268.5 on Apr  5 2012 at 15:33:48, running 64 bit

12/08/2012 09:34:58.049 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501: (com.apple.CSConfigDotMacCert-zumla@me.com-SharedServices[15932]) Exited with code: 1


MacBook Pro with Retina display, Mac OS X (10.7.4)
  • clintonfrombirmingham Level 7 Level 7 (29,975 points)

    SystemUIServer is a background process that controls some of the user interface. Try opening Activity Monitor, in your Applications>Utilities folder and, in the upper right hand corner, copy and paste SystemUIServer. See how much of your CPU % that it's using. There might be a memory leak with one of the applications that you're running - though I've never seen it with PS CS6 and/or Safari. If it's using even 1% of your CPU, quit the process (it will relaunch).

     

    If you're still running Lion, as your profile says, I would try upgrading to Mountain Lion to see if some - if not all - of your random log-off issues stop. 10.7.4 is not really very stable with the 2012 MBPs and I see a number of processes running that are giving you fits. ML may recitify most of them.

     

    Don't really know what else to tell you - perhaps someone else can come along and comment about some of the other items in your log.

     

    Clinton

  • Shootist007 Level 6 Level 6 (16,645 points)

    How long have you had this Mac? If it is less then 14 days return it under Apple's 14 day No Questions Asked return policy for a full refund and then buy another unit.

     

    If lyou have owned it longer then 14 days then take it into Apple and have them fix it. No reason for you to fool with it. It is a Brand new computer and should not be doing this.