0 Replies Latest reply: Jan 14, 2014 8:17 PM by simondsaid
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My MacBook Pro Mid 2012 takes forever to sleep when I close the lid. Sometimes it seems like 2, 3 minutes+

 

I entered:

 

pmset -g log

 

into terminal and received reports that look like the following:

 

Time stamp                Domain                        Message                                                                               Duration            Delay    

==========                ======                        =======                                                                               ========            =====    

UUID: A7695E86-02CB-4014-B775-87AFACB0B850

1/1/14, 6:50:01 PM EST   Sleep                         Clamshell Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:18%)                                             60388 secs

1/1/14, 6:50:05 PM EST   SlowResponse                  PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                             4076 ms   

1/1/14, 6:50:05 PM EST   WakeRequests                  Clients requested wake events: None                                                           

1/2/14, 11:36:29 AM EST  Wake                          Wake [CDNVA] due to EC.LidOpen/Lid Open: Using BATT (Charge:11%)                              

 

Or

 

Time stamp                Domain                        Message                                                                               Duration            Delay    

==========                ======                        =======                                                                               ========            =====    

UUID: C2E24456-C101-493F-B29E-CCBDCAA1AA44

1/14/14, 3:22:52 PM EST  Sleep                         Clamshell Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                             5509 secs

1/14/14, 3:22:53 PM EST  SlowResponse                  PMConnection: Response from mDNSResponder is slow (powercaps:0x0)                              1177 ms   

1/14/14, 3:22:56 PM EST  SlowResponse                  PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                             4189 ms   

1/14/14, 3:22:56 PM EST  WakeRequests                  Clients requested wake events: None                                                           

1/14/14, 4:54:41 PM EST  Wake                          Wake [CDNVA] due to EC.LidOpen/Lid Open: Using BATT (Charge:85%)                     1758 secs

1/14/14, 4:54:41 PM EST  SlowResponse                  Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                           4192 ms   

1/14/14, 4:54:44 PM EST                                Summary- [System: PrevIdle PushSrvc BGTask kCPU] Using AC                                     

1/14/14, 4:55:41 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 630(AddressBookSour) Released PreventUserIdleSystemSleep "Address Book Source Sync" 00:01:00  id:0x10000020c [System: DeclUser BGTask kDisp]                   

1/14/14, 4:55:41 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 182(UserEventAgent) Released BackgroundTask "com.apple.AddressBook.ScheduledSync" 00:01:00  id:0xc0000020d [System: DeclUser kDisp]                   

1/14/14, 5:06:07 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 51(hidd) TimedOut UserIsActive "com.apple.iohideventsystem.queue.tickle" 00:11:22  id:0xa00000216 [System: DeclUser kDisp]                   

1/14/14, 5:06:07 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 51(hidd) Released UserIsActive "com.apple.iohideventsystem.queue.tickle" 00:11:22  id:0xa00000216 [System: DeclUser kDisp]                   

1/14/14, 5:06:07 PM EST                                Summary- [System: No Assertions] Using AC                                                     

1/14/14, 5:08:02 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 710(AddressBookSour) Released PreventUserIdleSystemSleep "Address Book Source Sync" 00:00:30  id:0x100000252 [System: BGTask]                   

1/14/14, 5:08:02 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 182(UserEventAgent) Released BackgroundTask "com.apple.AddressBook.ScheduledSync" 00:00:30  id:0xc00000253 [System: No Assertions]                   

1/14/14, 5:10:02 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 716(AddressBookSour) Released PreventUserIdleSystemSleep "Address Book Source Sync" 00:01:00  id:0x10000025e [System: BGTask]                   

1/14/14, 5:10:02 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 182(UserEventAgent) Released BackgroundTask "com.apple.AddressBook.ScheduledSync" 00:01:00  id:0xc0000025f [System: No Assertions]                   

1/14/14, 5:10:42 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 793(AddressBookSour) Released PreventUserIdleSystemSleep "Address Book Source Sync" 00:00:30  id:0x100000277 [System: BGTask]                   

1/14/14, 5:10:42 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 182(UserEventAgent) Released BackgroundTask "com.apple.AddressBook.ScheduledSync" 00:00:30  id:0xc00000278 [System: No Assertions]                   

1/14/14, 5:18:33 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 798(AddressBookSour) Released PreventUserIdleSystemSleep "Address Book Source Sync" 00:00:30  id:0x10000027e [System: BGTask]                   

1/14/14, 5:18:33 PM EST  Assertions                    PID 182(UserEventAgent) Released BackgroundTask "com.apple.AddressBook.ScheduledSync" 00:00:30  id:0xc0000027f [System: No Assertions]                   

Sleep/Wakes since boot at 1/14/14, 2:17:34 PM EST  :2   Dark Wake Count in this sleep cycle:0

 

 

I'm no expert, but by taking a quick glance over these reports that:

1/14/14, 5:08:02 PM EST  Assertions          PID 710(AddressBookSour) Released PreventUserIdleSystemSleep "Address Book Source Sync" 00:00:30  id:0x100000252 [System: BGTask]         

1/14/14, 5:08:02 PM EST  Assertions          PID 182(UserEventAgent) Released BackgroundTask "com.apple.AddressBook.ScheduledSync" 00:00:30  id:0xc00000253 [System: No Assertions]         

 

AddressbookSour seems to be popping up a lot.

 

Any help with this would be much appreciated.


MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2012), OS X Mavericks (10.9.1)