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#11628 - 09/02/10 05:27 AM KP Log, Pls Help Interpreting
Pendragon Offline


Registered: 08/04/09
Loc: Georgetown, Texas, USA
My wife’s DP 800, 10.4.11, has suddenly begun having KPs in the night. There is never a problem when it is regularly used during the day.

The Crash Report provides no insight to me. Perhaps someone who really knows these things has some thoughts and will rise to the occasion:

Many thanks-
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Date/Time: 2002-08-02 13:59:29 -0400
OS Version: 10.1.5 (Build 5S66)

Command: Finder
PID: 270

Exception: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (0x0001)
Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS (0x0001) at 0x617070d4

Thread 0:
#0 0x700343e8 in semaphore_wait_trap
#1 0x70009610 in pthread_mutex_lock
#2 0x7077d19c in Open__C21THFSPlusPropertyStoreb
#3 0x70781150 in GetProperties__C21THFSPlusPropertyStore
#4 0x7077f9c0 in Find__C21THFSPlusPropertyStoreRC13TPropertyInfo
#5 0x7077f93c in GetProperty__C21THFSPlusPropertyStoreRC12HFSUniStr255UlR18TPropertyReference
#6 0x70774f74 in GetProperty__C13THFSPlusStoreUlR18TPropertyReference
#7 0x7077240c in GetProperty__C5TNodeUlR18TPropertyReferenceRUx
#8 0x70776140 in GetNodeProperty__FPC13OpaqueNodeRefUlPUxR18TPropertyReference
#9 0x70781fe4 in GetNodePropertyAsDataNew
#10 0x000a0844 in 0xa0844
#11 0x00020d30 in 0x20d30
#12 0x00013438 in 0x13438
#13 0x00013224 in 0x13224
#14 0x000130c0 in 0x130c0
#15 0x000c39c8 in 0xc39c8
#16 0x00054b24 in 0x54b24
#17 0x000c3efc in 0xc3efc
#18 0x728997ec in HandleDragTracking__9LDropAreasP15OpaqueWindowPtrPvP13OpaqueDragRef
#19 0x731f8810 in CarbonTrackingMapper
#20 0x73d7c324 in DoTrackingMessage
#21 0x73d7e814 in MessageHandler
#22 0x701a4880 in __CFMessagePortPerform
#23 0x7018f39c in __CFRunLoopDoSource1
#24 0x7017c1cc in __CFRunLoopRun
#25 0x701b70ec in CFRunLoopRunSpecific
#26 0x7017b8cc in CFRunLoopRunInMode
#27 0x7312d904 in RunEventLoopInModeUntilEventArrives
#28 0x731c2bcc in RunEventLoopUntilEventArrives
#29 0x731a145c in GetNextEventMatchingMask
#30 0x731ae418 in WNEInternal
#31 0x731c5518 in WaitNextEvent
#32 0x0002696c in 0x2696c
#33 0x00009374 in 0x9374
#34 0x00004f78 in 0x4f78
#35 0x0000482c in 0x482c
#36 0x0000465c in 0x465c

Thread 1:
#0 0x70000978 in mach_msg_overwrite_trap
#1 0x70005a04 in mach_msg
#2 0x70026a2c in _pthread_become_available
#3 0x70026724 in pthread_exit
#4 0x70020550 in _pthread_body

Thread 2:
#0 0x7078e644 in Flush__21THFSPlusPropertyStore
#1 0x7078e66c in Flush__21THFSPlusPropertyStore
#2 0x7078e5bc in Flush__15THFSPlusCatalog
#3 0x707a7fa8 in ValidateOperations__10TOperation
#4 0x707a7288 in TransformOperations__10TOperation
#5 0x70799fa8 in OperationTaskProc__18TNodeOperationTaskPv
#6 0x702831a0 in PrivateMPEntryPoint
#7 0x7002054c in _pthread_body


PPC Thread State:
srr0: 0x7078e644 srr1: 0x0200f030 vrsave: 0x00000000
xer: 0x00000020 lr: 0x7078e5bc ctr: 0x700056fc mq: 0x00000000
r0: 0x7078e5bc r1: 0x032d3c90 r2: 0x02388b10 r3: 0x6170706c
r4: 0x00000000 r5: 0x00000002 r6: 0x00000001 r7: 0x02446a60
r8: 0x032d3d10 r9: 0x00010043 r10: 0x0283bff0 r11: 0x0283c1b4
r12: 0x700056fc r13: 0x00000000 r14: 0x00000033 r15: 0x00067cb0
r16: 0x00000001 r17: 0x80160fa8 r18: 0x00059f58 r19: 0x00001b07
r20: 0x00000000 r21: 0x0000001c r22: 0x70004234 r23: 0x700042c8
r24: 0x7016b0c8 r25: 0x006bac3c r26: 0x8081ab5c r27: 0xc0cc2000
r28: 0x00000000 r29: 0xbfffef00 r30: 0x00000000 r31: 0x00000001

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Edited by Pendragon (09/02/10 06:05 AM)
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#11631 - 09/02/10 10:12 AM Re: KP Log, Pls Help Interpreting [Re: Pendragon]
Virtual1 Offline


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Loc: Iowa
Only the developer that wrote the code can make any use of those traces, it helps them find the spot in their code where the crash occurred and gives some clues as to the nature of the bug.

Looks like this log is for Finder.... suggest you forward to Apple wink
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#11632 - 09/02/10 02:09 PM Re: KP Log, Pls Help Interpreting [Re: Virtual1]
Pendragon Offline


Registered: 08/04/09
Loc: Georgetown, Texas, USA
Thanks V1,

I too suspect the Finder. Perhaps a cache filling or some such. Or maybe the RAM has gone bad, though I doubt that. Alas, I know not of KPs.

I'll try quitting all apps before bedtime tonight and see what result that brings about.
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#11633 - 09/02/10 02:17 PM Re: KP Log, Pls Help Interpreting [Re: Pendragon]
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Registered: 08/04/09

Are there maintenance scripts or any other software running on this machine overnight?

Quote:
Date/Time: 2002-08-02 13:59:29 -0400
OS Version: 10.1.5 (Build 5S66)

Wonder what that's about? The Dual 800 MHz G4 "Quicksilver" shipped with OS X 10.0.4; 10.1.5 would've been an upgrade at some point long before 10.4. confused
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#11639 - 09/02/10 06:04 PM Re: KP Log, Pls Help Interpreting [Re: Pendragon]
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Registered: 08/04/09
Just in case you haven't gone through the motions yet, did you check Resolving Kernel Panics to see if anything rings a bell?
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#11640 - 09/03/10 03:39 AM Re: KP Log, Pls Help Interpreting [Re: dkmarsh]
Pendragon Offline


Registered: 08/04/09
Loc: Georgetown, Texas, USA
Originally Posted By: dkmarsh

Are there maintenance scripts or any other software running on this machine overnight?

Quote:
Date/Time: 2002-08-02 13:59:29 -0400
OS Version: 10.1.5 (Build 5S66)

Wonder what that's about? The Dual 800 MHz G4 "Quicksilver" shipped with OS X 10.0.4; 10.1.5 would've been an upgrade at some point long before 10.4. confused


The only maintenance scripts that come to mind are those in Cocktail and SuperDuper. I had checked both and neither indicated a crash or they were unable to complete their activities.

Re the build version. When I saw that, I too was/am confused. I haven't a clue where that came from.

Alternaut: "Just in case you haven't gone through the motions yet, did you check Resolving Kernel Panics to see if anything rings a bell?"

No bells have rung yet, though there must be some cause. Divine intervention is most unlikely, especially in my case.


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