9 Replies Latest reply: Mar 10, 2014 1:30 AM by mullachaldst
MiguelCampo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

I was working really fine with Lion, however I decided to move to Maverick because there are many good points.

Once, I was starting with Maverick my new MAcBook Air middle 2013 drain all nights its battery, on sleep mode. I tried to reset the PRAM, without succes.

Any idea, what is going on with Maverick and MacBokk Air Mid 13??

 

My Mac is a MAcBook Air, 13-inch, Mid 2013

Processor  1.7 GHz Intel Core i7

Memory  8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3

Software  OS X 10.9.1 (13B42)

 

When I pront in terminal

pmset -g log

I get next:

 

2/17/14, 11:43:54 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Created InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:00  id:0xe000008ef [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:43:54 PM GMT DarkWake                DarkWake [CDN]  : Using BATT (Charge:87%)                                      45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:43:54 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:43:54 PM GMT SlowResponse            Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                     28217 ms     

2/17/14, 11:44:39 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Released InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:45  id:0xe000008ef [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:44:39 PM GMT Sleep                   Maintenance Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:87%)                                     47 secs  

2/17/14, 11:44:41 PM GMT SlowResponse            PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                       1864 ms      

2/17/14, 11:45:08 PM GMT Timedout                PMConnection: Response from CMacPowerHelper timed out (powercaps:0x0)                    28138 ms     

2/17/14, 11:45:08 PM GMT WakeRequests            Clients requested wake events: None                                                     

2/17/14, 11:45:26 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Created InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:00  id:0xe0000090f [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:45:26 PM GMT DarkWake                DarkWake [CDN]  : Using BATT (Charge:87%)                                      45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:45:26 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:45:26 PM GMT SlowResponse            Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                     28208 ms     

2/17/14, 11:46:11 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Released InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:45  id:0xe0000090f [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:46:11 PM GMT Sleep                   Maintenance Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:87%)                                     48 secs  

2/17/14, 11:46:13 PM GMT SlowResponse            PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                       1671 ms      

2/17/14, 11:46:40 PM GMT Timedout                PMConnection: Response from CMacPowerHelper timed out (powercaps:0x0)                    28147 ms     

2/17/14, 11:46:40 PM GMT WakeRequests            Clients requested wake events: None                                                     

2/17/14, 11:46:59 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Created InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:00  id:0xe00000938 [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:46:59 PM GMT DarkWake                DarkWake [CDN]  : Using BATT (Charge:87%)                                      45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:46:59 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:46:59 PM GMT SlowResponse            Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                     28216 ms     

2/17/14, 11:47:44 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Released InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:45  id:0xe00000938 [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:47:44 PM GMT Sleep                   Maintenance Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:87%)                                     49 secs  

2/17/14, 11:47:46 PM GMT SlowResponse            PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                       1853 ms      

2/17/14, 11:48:12 PM GMT Timedout                PMConnection: Response from CMacPowerHelper timed out (powercaps:0x0)                    28149 ms     

2/17/14, 11:48:12 PM GMT WakeRequests            Clients requested wake events: None                                                     

2/17/14, 11:48:33 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Created InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:00  id:0xe00000958 [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:48:33 PM GMT DarkWake                DarkWake [CDN]  : Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                      45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:48:33 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:48:33 PM GMT SlowResponse            Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                     28220 ms     

2/17/14, 11:49:18 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Released InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:45  id:0xe00000958 [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:49:18 PM GMT Sleep                   Maintenance Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                     45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:49:19 PM GMT SlowResponse            PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                       1615 ms      

2/17/14, 11:49:46 PM GMT Timedout                PMConnection: Response from CMacPowerHelper timed out (powercaps:0x0)                    28128 ms     

2/17/14, 11:49:46 PM GMT WakeRequests            Clients requested wake events: None                                                     

2/17/14, 11:50:03 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Created InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:00  id:0xe00000982 [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:50:03 PM GMT DarkWake                DarkWake [CDN]  : Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                      45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:50:03 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:50:03 PM GMT SlowResponse            Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                     28196 ms     

2/17/14, 11:50:48 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Released InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:45  id:0xe00000982 [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:50:48 PM GMT Sleep                   Maintenance Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                     49 secs  

2/17/14, 11:50:50 PM GMT SlowResponse            PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                       1759 ms      

2/17/14, 11:51:17 PM GMT Timedout                PMConnection: Response from CMacPowerHelper timed out (powercaps:0x0)                    28112 ms     

2/17/14, 11:51:17 PM GMT WakeRequests            Clients requested wake events: None                                                     

2/17/14, 11:51:37 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Created InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:00  id:0xe000009a2 [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:51:37 PM GMT DarkWake                DarkWake [CDN]  : Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                      45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:51:37 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:51:37 PM GMT SlowResponse            Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                     28181 ms     

2/17/14, 11:52:22 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Released InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:45  id:0xe000009a2 [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:52:22 PM GMT Sleep                   Maintenance Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                     45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:52:23 PM GMT SlowResponse            PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                       1562 ms      

2/17/14, 11:52:50 PM GMT Timedout                PMConnection: Response from CMacPowerHelper timed out (powercaps:0x0)                    28148 ms     

2/17/14, 11:52:50 PM GMT WakeRequests            Clients requested wake events: None                                                     

2/17/14, 11:53:07 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Created InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:00  id:0xe000009ca [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:53:07 PM GMT DarkWake                DarkWake [CDN]  : Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                      45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:53:07 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:53:07 PM GMT SlowResponse            Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                     28219 ms     

2/17/14, 11:53:52 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Released InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:45  id:0xe000009ca [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:53:52 PM GMT Sleep                   Maintenance Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                     43 secs  

2/17/14, 11:53:54 PM GMT SlowResponse            PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                       1819 ms      

2/17/14, 11:54:20 PM GMT Timedout                PMConnection: Response from CMacPowerHelper timed out (powercaps:0x0)                    28138 ms     

2/17/14, 11:54:20 PM GMT WakeRequests            Clients requested wake events: None                                                     

2/17/14, 11:54:35 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Created InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:00  id:0xe000009eb [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:54:35 PM GMT DarkWake                DarkWake [CDN]  : Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                      45 secs  

2/17/14, 11:54:35 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:54:35 PM GMT SlowResponse            Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                     28209 ms     

2/17/14, 11:55:20 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Released InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:45  id:0xe000009eb [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:55:20 PM GMT Sleep                   Maintenance Sleep: Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                     47 secs  

2/17/14, 11:55:22 PM GMT SlowResponse            PMConnection: Response from com.apple.apsd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                       1846 ms      

2/17/14, 11:55:48 PM GMT Timedout                PMConnection: Response from CMacPowerHelper timed out (powercaps:0x0)                    28147 ms     

2/17/14, 11:55:48 PM GMT WakeRequests            Clients requested wake events: None                                                     

2/17/14, 11:56:07 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Created InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:00  id:0xe00000a15 [System: No Assertions]             

2/17/14, 11:56:07 PM GMT DarkWake                DarkWake [CDN]  : Using BATT (Charge:86%)                                      39 secs  

2/17/14, 11:56:07 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:56:07 PM GMT SlowResponse            Kernel: Response from powerd is slow (powercaps:0x0)                                     28216 ms     

2/17/14, 11:56:46 PM GMT Wake                    DarkWake to FullWake [CDNVA] due to HID Activity: Using BATT (Charge:86%)               

2/17/14, 11:56:46 PM GMT HibernateStats          hibmode=3 standbydelay=10800                                                             rd=1063 ms   

2/17/14, 11:56:51 PM GMT Assertions              PID 16(powerd) Released InternalPreventSleep "PM configd - Wait for Device enumeration" 00:00:44  id:0xe00000a15 [System: PrevIdle PushSrvc kCPU]             

2/17/14, 11:57:18 PM GMT Assertions              PID 45914(AddressBookSour) Released PreventUserIdleSystemSleep "Address Book Source Sync" 00:00:30  id:0x100000a2d [System: DeclUser kDisp]             

2/17/14, 11:57:18 PM GMT Assertions              PID 230(UserEventAgent) Released BackgroundTask "com.apple.AddressBook.ScheduledSync" 00:00:30  id:0xc00000a2e [System: DeclUser kDisp]             

 

Total Sleep/Wakes since boot at 2/15/14, 11:34:27 PM GMT :301

 

2/17/14, 11:58:25 PM GMT Showing all currently held IOKit power assertions

Assertion status system-wide:

   BackgroundTask                 0

   PreventDiskIdle                0

   ApplePushServiceTask           0

   UserIsActive                   1

   PreventUserIdleDisplaySleep    0

   InteractivePushServiceTask     0

   PreventSystemSleep             0

   ExternalMedia                  0

   PreventUserIdleSystemSleep     0

   NetworkClientActive            0

Listed by owning process:

   pid 87(hidd): [0x0000000a00000a30] 00:01:31 UserIsActive named: "com.apple.iohideventsystem.queue.tickle"

    Timeout will fire in 277 secs Action=TimeoutActionRelease

No kernel assertions.


MacBook Air (13-inch Mid 2013), OS X Mavericks (10.9.1)
  • PlotinusVeritas Level 6 Level 6 (14,710 points)

    A: run etrecheck to verify what you have running in sleep mode

     

     

    http://www.etresoft.com/etrecheck

     

    EtreCheck is a simple little app to display the important details of your system configuration and allow you to copy that information to the Clipboard. It is meant to be used with Apple Support Communities to help people help you with your Mac. EtreCheck automatically removes any personally identifiable information from the output.

     

     

    B: in some instances with your Air in sleep mode using Mavericks this can happen. *this is being looked into

     

     

    Suggest not sleeping your Air for very long periods, ....and never (Mavericks or otherwise, no difference) often / always sleeping your Air AND having it on power,  ...  since this causes chemistry changes in your Lithium battery causing premature battery failure, specifically parasitic charging.

     

    which is why:

    "Apple does not recommend leaving your portable plugged in all the time."

     

     

     

     

     

    on the same topic in general:

     

    General consideration of your MacBook battery

    Contrary to popular myths about notebook batteries, there is protection circuitry in your Macbook and therefore you cannot ‘overcharge’ your notebook when plugged in and already fully charged.


    However if you do not plan on using your notebook for several hours, turn it off (plugged in or otherwise), since you do not want your Macbook ‘both always plugged in and in sleep mode’.


    A lot of battery experts call the use of Lithium-Ion cells the "80% Rule", meaning use 80% of the full charge or so, then recharge them for longer overall life. The only quantified damage done in the use of Lithium Ion batteries are instances where the internal notebook battery is “often drained very low”, this is bad general use of your notebook battery.


    A person who has, for example, 300 charge cycles on their battery and is recharging at say 40% remaining of a 100% charge has a better battery condition state than, say, another person who has 300 charge cycles on their battery and is recharging at say 10-15% remaining on a 100% charge. DoD (depth of discharge) is much more important on the wear and tear on your Macbook’s battery than the count of charge cycles. There is no set “mile” or wear from a charge cycle in specific. Frequent high depth of discharge rates (draining the battery very low) on a Lithium battery will hasten the lowering of maximum battery capacity.

     

    All batteries in any device are a consumable meant to be replaced eventually after much time, even under perfect use conditions.

     

     

    If the massive amount of data that exists on lithium batteries were to be condensed into a simplex, helpful, and memorable bit of information it would be:

     

    1. While realistically a bit impractical during normal everyday use, a lithium battery's longevity and its chemistry's health is most happy swinging back and forth between 20% and 85% charge roughly.

     

    2. Do not purposefully drain your battery very low (10% and less), and do not keep them charged often or always high (100%).

     

    3. Lithium batteries do not like the following:

    A: Deep discharges, as meaning roughly 10% or less on a frequent basis.

    B: Rapid discharges as referring to energy intensive gaming on battery on a frequent basis (in which case while gaming, if possible, do same on power rather than battery). This is a minor consideration.

    C: Constant inflation, as meaning always or most often on charge, and certainly not both in sleep mode and on charge always or often.

     

    From Apple on batteries:

    http://www.apple.com/batteries/notebooks.html

    http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1446

  • MiguelCampo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks for your comments, here is my MAC details:

    Do you have another clue?

     

    Hardware Information:

              MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2013)

              MacBook Air - model: MacBookAir6,2

              1 1.7 GHz Intel Core i7 CPU: 2 cores

              8 GB RAM

     

    Video Information:

              Intel HD Graphics 5000 - VRAM: 1024 MB

     

    System Software:

              OS X 10.9.1 (13B42) - Uptime: 2 days 1:9:56

     

    Disk Information:

              APPLE SSD SM0256F disk0 : (251 GB)

                        EFI (disk0s1) <not mounted>: 209.7 MB

                        Macintosh HD (disk0s2) /: 250.14 GB (91.63 GB free)

                        Recovery HD (disk0s3) <not mounted>: 650 MB

     

    USB Information:

              Apple Internal Memory Card Reader

     

              Apple Inc. BRCM20702 Hub

                        Apple Inc. Bluetooth USB Host Controller

     

    FireWire Information:

     

    Thunderbolt Information:

              Apple Inc. thunderbolt_bus

     

    Kernel Extensions:

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              com.avast.AvastFileShield          (2.1.0 - SDK 10.9)

              com.parallels.kext.usbconnect          (9.0 24172.951362)

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              com.parallels.kext.vnic          (9.0 24172.951362)

              com.parallels.filesystems.prlufs          (2010.12.28)

     

    Problem System Launch Daemons:

     

    Problem System Launch Agents:

     

    Launch Daemons:

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              [System] com.autodesk.backburner_start.plist 3rd-Party support link

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              [System] com.avast.uninstall.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.cisco.anyconnect.vpnagentd.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.google.keystone.daemon.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.microsoft.office.licensing.helper.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.oracle.java.Helper-Tool.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.oracle.java.JavaUpdateHelper.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.teamviewer.teamviewer_service.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] org.freedesktop.dbus-system.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] org.macosforge.xquartz.privileged_startx.plist 3rd-Party support link

     

    Launch Agents:

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              [System] com.cisco.anyconnect.gui.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.google.keystone.agent.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.oracle.java.Java-Updater.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.teamviewer.teamviewer.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] com.teamviewer.teamviewer_desktop.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] org.freedesktop.dbus-session.plist 3rd-Party support link

              [System] org.macosforge.xquartz.startx.plist 3rd-Party support link

     

    User Launch Agents:

              [not loaded] com.adobe.ARM.[...].plist 3rd-Party support link

              [not loaded] com.avast.home.userinit.plist 3rd-Party support link

     

    User Login Items:

              iTunesHelper

              Dropbox

     

    Internet Plug-ins:

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              Default Browser: Version: 537 - SDK 10.9

              AdobePDFViewerNPAPI: Version: 10.1.9 3rd-Party support link

              FlashPlayer-10.6: Version: 12.0.0.44 - SDK 10.6 3rd-Party support link

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              SharePointBrowserPlugin: Version: 14.3.9 - SDK 10.6 3rd-Party support link

              JavaAppletPlugin: Version: Java 7 Update 51 3rd-Party support link

     

    Audio Plug-ins:

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              AirPlay: Version: 1.9 - SDK 10.9

              AppleAVBAudio: Version: 2.0.0 - SDK 10.9

              iSightAudio: Version: 7.7.3 - SDK 10.9

     

    User Internet Plug-ins:

              Google Earth Web Plug-in: Version: 7.1 3rd-Party support link

     

    3rd Party Preference Panes:

              avast! Preferences  3rd-Party support link

              Flash Player  3rd-Party support link

              Java  3rd-Party support link

              TeXDistPrefPane  3rd-Party support link

     

    Bad Fonts:

              None

     

    Old Applications:

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                        Microsoft Error Reporting:          Version: 2.2.9 - SDK 10.4 3rd-Party support link

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              Solver:          Version: 1.0 - SDK 10.5 3rd-Party support link

                        /Applications/Microsoft Office 2011/Office/Add-Ins/Solver.app

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                        /Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Silverlight/OutOfBrowser/SLLauncher.app

              /Applications/Microsoft Office 2011/Office

                        Microsoft Graph:          Version: 14.3.9 - SDK 10.5 3rd-Party support link

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                        Microsoft Word:          Version: 14.3.9 - SDK 10.5 3rd-Party support link

                        Microsoft Document Connection:          Version: 14.3.9 - SDK 10.5 3rd-Party support link

              Microsoft Language Register:          Version: 14.3.9 - SDK 10.5 3rd-Party support link

                        /Applications/Microsoft Office 2011/Additional Tools/Microsoft Language Register/Microsoft Language Register.app

              Microsoft AutoUpdate:          Version: 2.3.6 - SDK 10.4 3rd-Party support link

                        /Library/Application Support/Microsoft/MAU2.0/Microsoft AutoUpdate.app

     

    Time Machine:

              Skip System Files: NO

              Mobile backups: OFF

              Auto backup: YES

              Volumes being backed up:

                        Macintosh HD: Disk size: 232.96 GB Disk used: 147.63 GB

              Destinations:

                        MCAMPO [Local]

                        Total size: 884.82 GB

                        Total number of backups: 10

                        Oldest backup: 2013-11-19 10:21:59 +0000

                        Last backup: 2014-02-13 14:42:27 +0000

                        Size of backup disk: Excellent

                                  Backup size 884.82 GB > (Disk size 232.96 GB X 3)

                        UPNA_MAC [Local] (Last used)

                        Total size: 931.51 GB

                        Total number of backups: 10

                        Oldest backup: 2013-12-20 11:24:09 +0000

                        Last backup: 2014-02-17 17:41:33 +0000

                        Size of backup disk: Excellent

                                  Backup size 931.51 GB > (Disk size 232.96 GB X 3)

              Time Machine details may not be accurate.

              All volumes being backed up may not be listed.

     

    Top Processes by CPU:

                   5%          MATLAB_maci64

                   2%          EtreCheck

                   2%          WindowServer

                   1%          prl_disp_service

                   0%          notifyd

     

    Top Processes by Memory:

              188 MB          Safari

              106 MB          MATLAB_maci64

              90 MB          Mail

              57 MB          prl_client_app

              49 MB          Finder

     

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              3.48 GB          Free RAM

              1.92 GB          Active RAM

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              809 MB          Wired RAM

              5.93 GB          Page-ins

              1 MB          Page-outs

     

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  • PlotinusVeritas Level 6 Level 6 (14,710 points)

    that's a massive list of plugins and agents.

     

    Lets see what Linc or another poster here determines to be a battery hog in sleep mode.

     

     

  • MiguelCampo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I did what you described in your comment. So there is not any clue about this issue? I saw in many comments the same issue with no real solution for Maverick and MacBook Air Mid 2013 and battery drainning. Maybe Apple should address this problem in the next update.

    If you have other idea or possible check points please let me know,

    Thanks

  • Prowen1 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi Miguel, my mid-2013 MBA 11' battery drains even when i completely shuts down the computer, at a speed of about 10-15% a day. It runs on Maverick and updated to the latest patch.

    https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5914770?tstart=0

  • MiguelCampo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hopefully Apple will address the battery issue on next release. However, they should check this before push people to update on the new OS.

  • John_de Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm having this same issue since updating to 10.9.2.  Also tried SMC and PRAM resets.  If I have 100% charge, put the (Mid-2013 i7)  MBA to sleep unplugged by the next morning battery is at 0% and I have to do a cold boot to get the machine to turn back on.

     

    I did find that my keyboard backlight setting was set to never turn off, so I just reset that to 5 minutes to see if that helps.

  • MiguelCampo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi John_de,

    Finally I found the way to solve the issue. I reinstalled Maverick after erase all my MacBook Air (http://macpaw.com/support/cleanmymac/knowledgebase/how-to-clean-install-os-x-mav ericks-on-my-mac), so the bug should be in some step of the Lion update to Maverick.

    Now my MacBook Air runs as new, you can left on sleep mode and after 3 days the battery level is in the same percentage.

    I hope this could help you.

    Cheers,

    Miguel

  • mullachaldst Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    We could try to turn off the hibernate mode by changing the parameter from 3 to 0 in pmset. It might temporarily solve the problem, but we cannot use the safely sleep anymore