Mac OS X gecrasht

29/01/2010 - 11:14 von Thomas Billert | Report spam
Moin,

eben war ich 20 Min vom MacBook weg und fand es neu gestartet
(Login-Screen) vor. Konsole sagt:

29.01.10 10:24:07 com.apple.launchd.peruser.502[170]
([0x0-0x7a07a].com.apple.ScreenSaver.Engine[976]) Exited: Terminated
29.01.10 10:24:07 com.apple.WindowServer[121]
WindowServer(121,0x7fff70e6ebe0) malloc: *** error for object
0x11381aa10: pointer being freed was not allocated
29.01.10 10:24:07 com.apple.WindowServer[121] *** set a breakpoint in
malloc_error_break to debug
29.01.10 10:24:09 com.apple.SystemUIServer.agent[178] Fri Jan 29
10:24:09 MacBook.local SystemUIServer[178] <Error>: kCGErrorFailure:
_CGSLockWindow: Cannot synchronize window backing store
29.01.10 10:24:09 com.apple.SystemUIServer.agent[178] Fri Jan 29
10:24:09 MacBook.local SystemUIServer[178] <Error>: kCGErrorFailure: Set
a breakpoint @ CGErrorBreakpoint() to catch errors as they are logged.
29.01.10 10:24:09 com.apple.SystemUIServer.agent[178] Fri Jan 29
10:24:09 MacBook.local SystemUIServer[178] <Error>: kCGErrorFailure:
_CGSLockWindow: Cannot synchronize window backing store
29.01.10 10:24:09 com.apple.SystemUIServer.agent[178] Fri Jan 29
10:24:09 MacBook.local SystemUIServer[178] <Error>: kCGErrorFailure:
_CGSLockWindow: Cannot synchronize window backing store
29.01.10 10:24:09 com.apple.SystemUIServer.agent[178] Fri Jan 29
10:24:09 MacBook.local SystemUIServer[178] <Error>: kCGErrorFailure:
_CGSLockWindow: Cannot synchronize window backing store
29.01.10 10:24:09 [0x0-0x26026].org.mozilla.firefox 2010-01-29
10:24:09.941 firefox-bin[559:903] HIToolbox: received notification of
WindowServer event port death.
29.01.10 10:24:09 [0x0-0x26026].org.mozilla.firefox 2010-01-29
10:24:09.946 firefox-bin[559:903] port matched the WindowServer port
created in BindCGSToRunLoop
29.01.10 10:24:09 [0x0-0x19019].de.novamedia.Vodafone Mobile
Broadband[258] Fri Jan 29 10:24:09 MacBook.local Vodafone Mobile
Broadband[258] <Error>: kCGErrorFailure: _CGSLockWindow: Cannot
synchronize window backing store
29.01.10 10:24:09 firefox-bin[559] HIToolbox: received notification of
WindowServer event port death.
29.01.10 10:24:09 firefox-bin[559] port matched the WindowServer port
created in BindCGSToRunLoop
29.01.10 10:24:09 Little Snitch UIAgent[203] HIToolbox: received
notification of WindowServer event port death.
29.01.10 10:24:09 Finder[608] HIToolbox: received notification of
WindowServer event port death.
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.WindowServer[121]) Job
appears to have crashed: Abort trap
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.Dock.agent[177] Fri Jan 29 10:24:10
MacBook.local Dock[177] <Error>: (ipc/send) invalid destination port:
CGSSetMagicMirror: server didn't like your request
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.launchd.peruser.502[170]
(com.apple.Dock.agent[177]) Exited with exit code: 1
29.01.10 10:24:10 com.apple.ReportCrash.Root[985] 2010-01-29
10:24:10.419 ReportCrash[985:2903] Saved crash report for
WindowServer[121] version ??? (???) to
/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/WindowServer_2010-01-29-102410_localhost.crash

Was ist denn da passiert? Einfach so ein Crash von WindowServer waehrend
nix gemacht wurde - sehr schraeg.

Gruss,

Thomas.
 

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#1 Ingo Lembcke
29/01/2010 - 14:58 | Warnen spam
Hallo,

Was ist denn da passiert? Einfach so ein Crash von WindowServer waehrend
nix gemacht wurde - sehr schraeg.



Ja. Aber die Aussage "waehrend nichts gemacht wurde" ist mindestens genauso
schràg, das ist schliesslich Unix, bei mir làuft da jede Menge, egal ob ich
davorsitze und den Rechner ablenke oder nicht ;-).

Was war denn als Bildschirmschoner eingestellt?
- Slideshow hat mit Snow Leopard 10.6.3 ein bekanntes Problem, stürzt mal ab.
Bei Tidbits wurde als Lösung vorgeschlagen, den Slideshow-Schoner von
10.6.2/1/0 zu nehmen, der soll den Fehler nicht haben. Der Logeintrag war
da aber eindeutig, nur kein Bildname :-(
- kein Bildschirmschoner
- Monitor sleep

Wenn es der Slideshow-Bildschirmschoner war, dann was anderes einstellen,
die Tidbits-Lösung suche ich gerne raus, aber ohne Garantie.

Mfg,
Ingo Lembcke

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