1 Reply Latest reply: Oct 22, 2012 8:40 AM by Pinocchio
Pinocchio Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)

Hi !

 

I have a G5 workstation set up with OS X Server 10.5 - has worked for the past 4-5 years, but now there seems to be some issue, that probably is related to the Airport Extreme that handles LAN/WAN.

 

The symptoms for the server is, that it goes rocket high on CPU usage in the course of some hours (haven't quite figured out the pattern yet). I tried to take a look at the server log, but it might as well be in chinese. I can see that it reports problems, but I cannot tell what they are :-/ Can anyone tell me what this might be all about?

 

Oct 22 17:13:10 plasque kernel[0]: UniNEnet::monitorLinkStatus - Link is up at 100 Mbps - Full Duplex (PHY regs 5,6:0x45e1,0x0005)

Oct 22 17:13:10 plasque configd[26]: AppleTalk startup

Oct 22 17:13:10 plasque kernel[0]: serialnumberd 174 FS_WRITE_DATA SBF /dev/dtracehelper 13 (seatbelt)

Oct 22 17:13:10 plasque /usr/sbin/serialnumberd[174]: serialnumberd started as /usr/sbin/serialnumberd.

Oct 22 17:13:10 plasque kernel[0]: serialnumberd 174 FS_READ_DATA SBF /dev/autofs_nowait 13 (seatbelt)

Oct 22 17:13:10 plasque /usr/sbin/serialnumberd[174]: SN_Register(): New persistent, network record [tag=xsvr, extra=plasque.server] registered successfully by pid 174.

Oct 22 17:13:10 plasque kernel[0]: serialnumberd 174 FS_READ_DATA SBF /usr/sbin 13 (seatbelt)

Oct 22 17:13:11 plasque loginwindow[52]: Unable to resolve startup item: status = -43, theURL == NULL = 1

Oct 22 17:13:13 plasque com.apple.quicklook[170]: encountered unexpected object type: 7.

Oct 22 17:13:13 plasque com.apple.quicklook[170]: missing or invalid object number.

Oct 22 17:13:13 plasque com.apple.quicklook[170]: missing or invalid cross-reference stream.

Oct 22 17:13:13 plasque com.apple.quicklook[170]: missing or invalid cross-reference trailer.

Oct 22 17:13:15 plasque /usr/sbin/serialnumberd[174]: launchd did not pass version 1 Mach port (bad launchd plist?)

Oct 22 17:13:15 plasque configd[26]: AppleTalk startup complete

Oct 22 17:13:16 plasque /usr/sbin/serialnumberd[174]: Responding to network change notification.

Oct 22 17:13:32 plasque com.apple.launchd[1] (0x10cd20.perl[217]): Failed to add kevent for PID 217. Will unload at MIG return

Oct 22 17:13:32 plasque com.apple.launchd[182] (0x1013f0.perl[217]): Failed to add kevent for PID 217. Will unload at MIG return

Oct 22 17:13:40 plasque Server Monitor[220]: Unknown class NKTabView in Interface Builder file.

Oct 22 17:13:59 plasque mdworker[96]: (Error) SyncInfo: Boot-cache avoidance timed out!

Oct 22 17:14:00 plasque /usr/sbin/ocspd[222]: starting

Oct 22 17:14:00 plasque com.apple.launchd[1] (0x1013a0.cron[225]): Could not setup Mach task special port 9: (os/kern) no access

Oct 22 17:14:11 plasque mDNSResponder[28]: ERROR: getOptRdata - unknown opt 4

Oct 22 17:14:41: --- last message repeated 11 times ---

Oct 22 17:14:46 plasque mDNSResponder[28]: ERROR: getOptRdata - unknown opt 4

Oct 22 17:15:00: --- last message repeated 1 time ---

Oct 22 17:15:00 plasque com.apple.launchd[1] (0x101580.cron[253]): Could not setup Mach task special port 9: (os/kern) no access

Oct 22 17:15:30 plasque Unknown[28]: Client application bug: DNSServiceResolve(devine\032connection._airport._tcp.local.) active for over two minutes. This places considerable burden on the network.

Oct 22 17:16:00 plasque com.apple.launchd[1] (0x101580.cron[259]): Could not setup Mach task special port 9: (os/kern) no access

Oct 22 17:16:03 plasque ntpd[37]: time reset +0.844682 s