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Woah. Was this a KP on a restart?
Posted by: Psurfer
Date: October 30, 2008 03:40PM
-and, what are The Regents of the University of California doing on my computer?

On ye olde clamshell iBook, some very slow surfing led me to try freshening things up by restarting. Restart seemed to take forever; I walked away, and later returned to a black screened unresponsive mac. A few presses of the power button later, it came back to life, apparently no worse for wear. I've since repaired perms.

I worry due to the age of the old gal, although the hard drive is newer, replaced a few yrs bk, running 10.3.9
Here's the system log:

Oct 30 14:54:56 localhost shutdown: reboot:
Oct 30 14:54:59 localhost syslogd: exiting on signal 15
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost syslogd: restart
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost syslogd: kernel boot file is /mach_kernel
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: standard timeslicing quantum is 10000 us
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: vm_page_bootstrap: 132696 free pages
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: mig_table_max_displ = 68
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: IOKit Component Version 7.9:
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: Wed Mar 30 20:07:52 PST 2005; root(rcbuilder):RELEASE_PPC/iokit/RELEASE
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: 62 prelinked modules
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel:
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: using 1392 buffer headers and 1392 cluster IO buffer headers
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: ADB present:8c
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: Security auditing service present
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: BSM auditing present
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: From path: "/pci@f2000000/mac-io@17/ata-4@1f000/@0:12,\mach_kernel", Waiting on <dict ID="0"><key>IOPathMatch</key><string ID="1">IODeviceTree:/pci@f2000000/mac-io@17/ata-4@1f000/@0:12</string></dict>
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: Got boot device = IOService:/Core99PE/pci@f2000000/AppleMacRiscPCI/mac-io@17/AppleKeyLargo/ata-4@1f000/KeyLargoATA/ATADeviceNub@0/IOATABlockStorageDriver/IOATABlockStorageDevice/IOBlockStorageDriver/HTS548040M9AT00 Media/IOApplePartitionScheme/Apple_HFS_Untitled_7@12
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: BSD root: disk0s12, major 14, minor 10
Oct 30 15:15:36 localhost kernel: jnl: replay_journal: from: 7680000 to: 7008768 (joffset 0x3a8000)
Oct 30 15:15:37 localhost kernel: Jettisoning kernel linker.
Oct 30 15:15:38 localhost kextd[87]: registering service "com.apple.KernelExtensionServer"
Oct 30 15:15:39 localhost kernel: Resetting IOCatalogue.
Oct 30 15:15:47 localhost kernel: Matching service count = 0
Oct 30 15:15:47 localhost kernel: ROM ndrv for ATY,RageM_Lp is too old (0x000146c7)
Oct 30 15:15:47 localhost kernel: ATIRagePro: using AGP
Oct 30 15:15:47 localhost kernel: AppleRS232Serial: 0 0 AppleRS232Serial::start - returning false early, Connector or machine incorrect
Oct 30 15:15:48 localhost kernel: AirPortFirmware: start Sta f/w download
Oct 30 15:15:49 localhost kernel: UniNEnet: Ethernet address 00:0a:27:98:87:ec
Oct 30 15:15:49 localhost kernel: AirPortDriver: Ethernet address 00:30:65:21:b5:3c
Oct 30 15:15:49 localhost SystemStarter: Welcome to Macintosh.
Oct 30 15:15:50 localhost lookupd[129]: lookupd (version 324.13) starting - Thu Oct 30 15:15:50 2008
Oct 30 15:15:50 localhost ConsoleMessage: Starting SecurityServer
Oct 30 15:15:50 localhost ConsoleMessage: Starting Apple Multicast DNS Responder
Oct 30 15:15:50 localhost ConsoleMessage: Starting kernel event agent
Oct 30 15:15:50 localhost ConsoleMessage: Starting timed execution services
Oct 30 15:15:51 localhost SystemStarter: Starting SecurityServer
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost ConsoleMessage: Initializing network
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost ConsoleMessage: Starting SideTrack
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost SystemStarter: Starting Apple Multicast DNS Responder
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost SystemStarter: Starting kernel event agent
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost mDNSResponder[174]: mDNSResponder-58.8.1 (Jan 31 2005 21:11:41) starting
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost SystemStarter: Starting timed execution services
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost ConsoleMessage: Checking disks
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost SystemStarter: Initializing network
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost SystemStarter: Starting SideTrack
Oct 30 15:15:52 localhost SystemStarter: Checking disks
Oct 30 15:15:53 localhost mach_init[2]: Server 0 in bootstrap d03 uid 0: "/usr/libexec/fix_prebinding": exited with non-zero status 1 [pid 185]
Oct 30 15:15:53 localhost /Library/StartupItems/SideTrack/sidetrackd: SideTrackDriverAccess: Driver initial load.
Oct 30 15:15:53 localhost /Library/StartupItems/SideTrack/sidetrackd: sidetrackd: Daemon started.
Oct 30 15:15:54 localhost diskarbitrationd[90]: disk0s12 hfs CAB59B29-4AE5-3E96-BA75-2AD9073A4416 HD 33 /
Oct 30 15:15:54 localhost diskarbitrationd[90]: disk0s10 hfs 500055C6-B87B-3B32-A5F4-CED805937C05 OS9 /Volumes/OS9
Oct 30 15:15:55 localhost kernel: ATY,RageM_Lp: vram [91800000:00400000]
Oct 30 15:15:55 localhost SystemStarter: The "HasShadow" window property is obsolete. Use CGSSetWindowShadowAndRimParameters(cid, wid, 0.0,0.0, 0,0, CGSNoShadowStyle) to turn off the window shadow instead. Set a break-point on CGSLogMessage to find out where this property is set.
Oct 30 15:15:56 localhost syslogd: /dev/console: Input/output error
Oct 30 15:15:56 localhost init: kernel security level changed from 0 to 1
Oct 30 15:15:58 localhost InstallSanity: SideTrackInstallSanity: Verifying SideTrack installation...
Oct 30 15:15:58 localhost InstallSanity: SideTrackInstallSanity: SideTrack installation appears correct.
Oct 30 15:16:00 localhost /Library/StartupItems/SideTrack/sidetrackd: SideTrackConsoleUser: No user on console.
Oct 30 15:16:00 localhost /Library/StartupItems/SideTrack/sidetrackd: SideTrackConfigPush: Setting driver to loginwindow defaults.
Oct 30 15:16:01 localhost kernel: DoubleCommand loaded
Oct 30 15:16:01 localhost loginwindow[202]: Sent launch request message to DirectoryService mach_init port
Oct 30 15:16:01 localhost DirectoryService[210]: Launched version 1.8.5 (v258.3)
Oct 30 15:16:02 localhost configd[89]: executing /System/Library/SystemConfiguration/Kicker.bundle/Contents/Resources/set-hostname
Oct 30 15:16:03 localhost configd[89]: AppleTalk startup
Oct 30 15:16:04 localhost set-hostname[221]: setting hostname to [edited]-Computer.local
Oct 30 15:16:06 localhost configd[89]: posting notification com.apple.system.config.network_change
Oct 30 15:16:06 localhost mach_init[2]: Server 0 in bootstrap d03 uid 0: "/usr/sbin/lookupd": exited as a result of signal 1 [pid 129]
Oct 30 15:16:06 localhost configd[89]: executing /System/Library/SystemConfiguration/Kicker.bundle/Contents/Resources/enable-network
Oct 30 15:16:06 localhost configd[89]: executing /System/Library/SystemConfiguration/Kicker.bundle/Contents/Resources/set-hostname
Oct 30 15:16:06 localhost lookupd[227]: lookupd (version 324.13) starting - Thu Oct 30 15:16:06 2008
Oct 30 15:16:08 localhost ConsoleMessage: Starting network time synchronization
Oct 30 15:16:08 localhost SystemStarter: Starting network time synchronization
Oct 30 15:16:08 localhost ConsoleMessage: Loading Shared IP extension
Oct 30 15:16:08 localhost ntpdate[269]: ntpdate 4.1.1@1.786 Fri Sep 12 18:30:10 PDT 2003 (1)
Oct 30 15:16:08 localhost SystemStarter: Loading Shared IP extension
Oct 30 15:16:09 localhost configd[89]: AppleTalk startup complete
Oct 30 15:16:31 localhost ntpdate[269]: step time server 17.151.16.20 offset 22.217839 sec
Oct 30 15:16:31 localhost /Library/StartupItems/SideTrack/sidetrackd: SideTrackConsoleUser: User UID 501 on console.
Oct 30 15:16:31 localhost /Library/StartupItems/SideTrack/sidetrackd: SideTrackConfigPush: Setting driver to configuration for UID 501.
Oct 30 15:16:31 localhost ntpd[290]: ntpd 4.1.1@1.786 Fri Sep 12 18:30:03 PDT 2003 (1)
Oct 30 15:16:31 localhost ntpd[290]: precision = 23 usec
Oct 30 15:16:31 localhost set-hostname[296]: setting hostname to Computer.local
Oct 30 15:16:32 localhost ConsoleMessage: Starting printing services
Oct 30 15:16:32 localhost SystemStarter: Starting printing services
Oct 30 15:16:32 localhost ConsoleMessage: Starting network file system
Oct 30 15:16:32 localhost SystemStarter: Starting network file system
Oct 30 15:16:33 localhost automount[330]: automount version 57
Oct 30 15:16:34 localhost automount[334]: automount version 57
Oct 30 15:16:38 localhost SystemStarter: Waiting for Network extensions
Oct 30 15:16:40 localhost ConsoleMessage: Loading IP Firewall extension
Oct 30 15:16:40 localhost SystemStarter: Loading IP Firewall extension
Oct 30 15:16:41 localhost SystemStarter: Waiting for Network extensions
Oct 30 15:16:42 localhost kernel: IP packet filtering initialized, divert enabled, rule-based forwarding enabled, default to accept, logging disabled
Oct 30 15:16:42 localhost kernel: IPv6 packet filtering initialized, default to accept, logging disabled
Oct 30 15:16:42 localhost kernel: IP firewall loaded
Oct 30 15:16:43 localhost ConsoleMessage: Starting internet services
Oct 30 15:16:43 localhost SystemStarter: Starting internet services
Oct 30 15:16:43 localhost xinetd[362]: xinetd Version 2.3.11 started with libwrap options compiled in.
Oct 30 15:16:43 localhost xinetd[362]: Started working: 1 available service
Oct 30 15:16:46 localhost SystemStarter: Startup complete.
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Re: Woah. Was this a KP on a restart?
Posted by: N-OS X-tasy!
Date: October 30, 2008 03:50PM
IIRC, some of the Unix code used in OS X was originally developed at UC Berkeley. What you saw is the copyright notice associated with said code.



It is what it is.
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Re: Woah. Was this a KP on a restart?
Posted by: Doc
Date: October 30, 2008 03:52PM
No.

If it had panicked then it wouldn't have woken up and finished booting.

The heart of the Mac OS is BSD Unix, which was created at UC Berkeley. Thus, the mention here and there of the University of California.
[en.wikipedia.org]



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/30/2008 03:56PM by Doc.
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Re: Woah. Was this a KP on a restart?
Posted by: N-OS X-tasy!
Date: October 30, 2008 03:55PM
Doc's explanation was better than mine. (But he spelled "Berkeley" wrong - hah!) smiling smiley



It is what it is.
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Re: Woah. Was this a KP on a restart?
Posted by: Doc
Date: October 30, 2008 03:56PM
Thanks. My typing has been pretty awful lately. I think I need more sleep.
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