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HOW LITHIUM BATTERIES CAN CATCH FIRE memcantgetreserved

Why they burst into flares even more routinely:

The put-away vitality, which makes it valuable however whenever discharged all of a sudden can be dangerous in the meantime. 

There are 2 principal kinds of Lithium battery: The two kinds can burst into flames. 

*lithium metal batteries non-battery-powered 

*lithium batteries. are battery-powered. 

Huge numbers of the things we have Lithium Batteries in them. 

Electric vehicles, electric bicycles, lithium battery packs are those in smartphones, Cigarettes. However, it is bizarre for batteries to overheat and burst into flames except if they are harmed or may have been broken advertising.

In the event of warm out of control, the temperature would rapidly ascend to the dissolving purpose of the metallic lithium and possibly causes expanded current, which thus builds synthetic response rate in the lithium making the battery burst into flames. The review featured the potential threats of lithium-particle batteries. Lithium-particle batteries are one of the least expensive sorts of battery accessible, which makes them extremely well known with gadgets producers. They can be found in PCs, in different gadgets, for example, cell phones, cordless power apparatuses, computerized cameras, camcorders, and MP3 players. While occurrences of lithium-particle batteries bursting into flames are similarly a couple of, the enormous number of electronic gadgets currently utilized by shoppers implies they do introduce extensive hazard. 

The lithium batteries being referred to were found to contain minute particles of metal, a result of the assembling procedure. It is trusted the blasts were brought about by these particles puncturing the separator inside the batteries, making them impede. This set off a chain response inside the cells of the batteries which influenced them to overheat very quickly, expanding the temperature of the batteries by a couple of hundred degrees in the part of a second. The overheating of batteries can produce enough warmth, (particularly on bedding material or a lounge chair pad) and can restrict the ventilation representing a hazard and even reason a deadly house fire. 

They have discovered that it is all to do with the development of the metal strands contained inside the lithium batteries. The metal filaments are known as dendrites and it's a case that when lithium batteries are energized quickly or over and again, little lithium dendrites begin to frame on the carbon anodes which at that point cause short circuits. These are then mindful the gadgets quickly overheating and in this manner bursting into flames. 

Flame can likewise happen if the battery is short-circuited, as a huge current goes through the cell in a moment. Radio-control fans must play it safe to guarantee their battery leads are legitimately associated and protected. Besides, flames can happen if the cell or pack is punctured.

 

Here is a portion of the means to keep lithium batteries from Catching Fire: 

1. Ensure you set the right cell to rely on your charger. This is imperative as it delineates the absolute voltage for the pack. Guarantee that the charger shows the right cell tally when you begin charging. On the off chance that you don't have a clue how to do that, counsel your charger's manual or get a charger that shows this data. Every cell should never be charged to more than 4.2 volts. Cheating a cell will make the synthetic creation of the Lithium become temperamental which could prompt flares originating from the cell. 

2. NEVER leave your batteries charging unattended. This is the main explanation behind house fires. On the off chance that something turns out badly, you need to take care of it rapidly! 

3. Charge your batteries on a surface that won't be harmed by flame. Ought to for lithium batteries burst into flames you need to maintain a strategic distance from the issue spreading to different surfaces. Vented flame safes, pyrex dishes with sand in the base, chimneys, plant pots, are generally great alternatives to consider. 

4. NEVER CHARGE AT MORE THAN 1C except if the battery pack seller has unequivocally demonstrated it is sheltered to do as such. Keep it at not exactly or equivalent to 1C of the battery's ability rating in the event that you are uncertain. Numerous lithium batteries related flames are because of individuals charging at a more noteworthy current than what the lithium batteries are appraised to have the capacity to deal with. The idea of quick charge ought to never be connected to lithium batteries! 

5. Never release your lithium batteries to under 3.3volts per cell, not the absolute pack voltage. Most ESC's today will complete a delicate cut-off at 3.3volts per cell and a hard cut-off at 3.0volts per cell. Notwithstanding, some won't give you any notice. The best counsel is to fly with a clock and screen the voltage and change your flying time if needs be. 

6. NEVER cut the cell, ever! On the off chance that cell expands quickly place it in a flame safe spot right away. On the off chance that this occurs and smoke and warmth are originating from the lithium batteries get it clear of every other thing and be set up for the fire to turn out! On the off chance that after numerous hours have passed (days) and the pack is still swelled yet have not combusted, release the pack gradually and discard it in an appropriate manner. 

7. In the event that you have an accident with your lithium cells, they might be harmed inside! The pack may look fine however may just inflatable in time. In the event that you have slammed, cautiously expel the battery pack from the model and watch it cautiously for at any rate the following 30 minutes. Guarantee the pack is cool to contact before transporting it. 

8. Charge your batteries in an open well-ventilated region. In the event that a battery becomes unsteady, you need the unsafe vapour and material to be vented from the room.

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NFC Starterpaket Bewertung - Amazon

NFC Sticker
NFC Sticker

Nachdem das Starterpaket extrem schnell angekommen war, ging auch das beschreiben der Tags extrem schnell, da es sich um qualitativ sehr gute NFC Tags handelt. Die Sticker kleben sehr gut und sind nicht einfach zu Knicken, was gut ist, denn ich brauche einen robusten NFC Chip. Der Sticker scheint den Chip zwar sehr gut von äusseren Einflüssen zu schützen, aber dieser isoliert ihn kaum, weshalb eine gute Verbindung zum Stick hergestellt werden kann. Die Chips sind verhältnismässig schnell und durch eine Paritätsprüfung könnte ich erkennen, dass kaum Verbindungsfehler und Schreibefehler aufgetreten sind. Natürlich sind die Chips nicht dafür gedacht, ständig schnell Daten hin und her zu bewegen, doch ich konnte den Chip in sehr kurzer Zeit komplett beschreiben, formatieren und wieder neu beschreiben. Die Tags mit dem Band darum sind sehr robust und sehen gut aus. Die Verarbeitung ist sehr gut. Auch der Versand war extrem schnell. Wenn man nicht gerade Überspannung auf einen solchen Chip lädt, dann gehe ich davon aus, dass diese Tags lange halten werden.

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Science Ficition Bücher

  1. Platz: Kim Stanley Robinson,  die eisigen Säulen des Pluto

In der Zukunft leben die Menschen länger als 200 Jahre, doch sie erinnern sich nur an die letzten 60 Jahre. Das Sonnensystem wird von einer Diktatur regiert, weshalb einige Pioniere es mit einem Generationenschiff verlassen wollen. Dies gefällt dem Regime nicht und es versucht dies zu vertuschen. Das Buch zeigt dann wie diese Mission auf die Menschen später wirkte, wobei dieser Gedächtnisverlust extrem kontrastreiche Szenen schafft. Dort lernt man zuerst einen mysteriös wirkenden Ärchologen kennen, der dann quasi die Vergangenheit die man als Leser bereits kennt, entdeckt. Dies bemerkte ich zuerst nicht, aber sobald ich es bemerkte, begann ich damit selber Geschichten zusammenzuspinnen, was mega cool ist. Der Autor lässt dem Leser viel Raum, um  selber zu überlegen, was mir sehr gefällt. Der Mars wird extrem rot XD beschrieben, was mir beim überlegen half. Dann endete auch dieser Akt abprupt, kurz vor der eigentlich spannendsten Haupthandlung. (Dies ist bei jedem Akt so, was zur Folge hat, dass man das Resultat immer aus einer anderen Sichtweise erfährt) Der letzte Akt enttäuschte mich leider extrem, dort ist der Autor kaum auf den Charakter eingegangen und es war sehr schwer einen roten Faden zu dem ersten und zweiten Akt herzustellen. Plötzlich überschlagen sich die Ereignisse und ohne Sinn kommen die Charaktäre plötzliches auf irgendwelche Zeichen, auf Säulen auf dem Pluto.


Ein Buch, welches mich extrem enttäuscht hat:


Proxima Dying:


2 vermeintliche Geschwister und ein Roboter sind Teil einer geklonten Armadas von Raumschiffcrews, die von einem Milliardär losgeschickt wurden, um nach den Absendern eines mysteriösen Notrus zu suchen. Immer wieder finden die Protagonisten Zeichen, die keinen Zusammenhang haben und sie erkunden ein düsteres Alien Bauwerk. Eigentlich wäre das Zusammenspiel und das herausfinden bezüglich der Herkunft von den beiden Protagonisten interessant gewesen, doch der Autor machte dies mit sinnlosen Zeilen kaputt und füllte das Buch mit unnötigen sexuellen Inhalten.


Ich habe diese Rezension auch bei Amazon veröffentlicht:


Ich bin absolut enttäuscht von diesem Buch und habe von Amazon eine Rückerstattung gefordert. Ich las die Bewertungen und dachte, dass es ein gutes Buch sei, doch mittlerweile glaube ich eher, dass die meisten Anderen die dieses Buch bewertet haben, das Buch gar nie gelesen haben. So ist das Buch wissenschaftlicher Schwachsinn (während einer Raumfahrtsmission soll ein Funksender verwendet werden, der auf einer flachen Ebene nur 1 KM Reichweite hat?) und häufig macht es einfach null Sinn. Man merkt, dass sich der Autor absolut gar keine Mühe gegeben hat, so kommt es vor, dass während 10-20 Seiten keine wesentliche Handlung passiert und leider verwendete der Autor diese Seiten auch nicht um die Geschichte auszuschmücken, sondern eher um das Buch künstlich in die Länge zu ziehen. Insgesamt kommt das Gefühl auf, dass das Buch doch sehr einem Schüleraufsatz ähnelt, den man einen Tag vor der Abgabe geschrieben hat.


Die Grundidee des Buches gefällt mir sehr gut, so ist gerade das menschliche Zusammenspiel extrem interessant, doch plötzlich beginnt der Autor mitten im Buch einen spannenden Aufbau zu machen, der sich dann einfach so im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes im Eis verliert und einer der Hauptcharakter verschwindet einfach. 


Schon der Beginn war komisch, denn der Autor beginnt mit einem Mysteriösen Ort, der zwar während relativ stupiden Gespräch zwischen den Protagonisten erklärt wird, aber dann dennoch verloren geht. Dieser Ort wird extrem intensiv bildlich dargestellt und dann wird er trotzdem nicht mehr „verwendet“, was das Lesen extrem anstrengend machte. Insgesamt würde ich sagen, dass sich der Autor einfach vom Weg abgekommen ist und dann einfach Ideen aus 10 unterschiedlichen Filmen und Büchern in sein Buch packte.


Später startet eine extrem gut beschriebe Reise durch das ewige Eis, wo ich plötzlich Lust bekam, weiterzulesen, denn ich konnteperfekt eintauchen. (Ich war auf einer Kreuzfahrt und könnte mir somit diesen eingefrorenen Ozean noch besser als sonst vorstellen) Doch auch dort kamen plötzlich komische Dinge herein. So war es schade, dass er nach dem der eine Protagonist realisierte das er ein Klon ist und die Frau, die er für seine Schwester hielt, gar nicht seine Schwester ist, nicht weiter auf den Konflikt eingegangen ist, sondern eine extrem dämliche Situation beschrieb in der der Protagonist plötzlich eine Erektion ab seiner vermeintlichen Schwester bekam. Da war mir plötzlich klar, dass es sich um das schlechteste Buch handelte, welches ich jemals gelesen habe.


Dann kam wieder eine etwas spannendere Episode in einem von Aliens gebauten Gebäude, wo ich interessiert Lesen konnte, wie Eva (die weibliche Protagonistin) ihren Roboter sucht und währenddessen auf Aliens in einer Schlafkammer stösst. Da ich viel Science Fiction lese, konnte ich mir diesen Schlafbereich sehr gut vorstellen. Doch dann kam leider wieder der nächste Sprung und ich konnte mir nichts mehr räumlich vorstellen, weil Eva plötzlich mit einer Treppe in einen anderen Stock ging. Die Treppe war in einem Raum in der sie schon lange war, doch sie wurde nie erwähnt, da der Autor den Raum nicht ausgiebig erklärt hat. Nach ein paar Seiten finden sich der Roboter und die Protagonistin fast und ich war kurz davor, dass mir die Geschichte trotzdem so halb gefiel, doch dann kam folgendes:


Die Geschichte hört abprupt auf (ich verstehe, dass man in Büchern die fortgesetzt werden sollen, das Ende offen lässt), doch nicht an einer logischen Stelle des Buches, sondern einfach so, somit erzählt das Buch eigentlich keine Geschichte. Denn weder die Flucht des Roboters wird erklärt, noch hatte ich eine Ahnung was zuvor passiert war. Auf dieses richtig schlechte Ende folgte eine Nachricht vom Autor an die Leser, in der er versuchte, sich für die schlechte Geschichte zu entschuldigen. Diese sei deshalb unbefriedigend (das sind seine Worte!!!!!!!!!) weil die ursprüngliche Geschichte, die er schreiben wollte, immer wieder vom Protagonisten durchquert worden wäre.


Auf diese schlechte Entschuldigung folgte dann noch Werbung. Und diese Werbung machte 13% des gesamten Buches aus (gemäss der Angabe in der Kindle App).


Fazit: Das Buch ist echt schlecht. Die Geschichte macht keinen Sinn und wissenschaftlich ist es sehr low Level (interessant da der Autor Physiker ist. PS: Ich bin kein Physiker aber das Buch tönt eher nach Semiwissenschaft) und die Leistung passt nicht zum Preis. Wie kann er das Buch trotzdem veröffentlichen, wenn er doch selbst zugibt, dass es nicht gut ist? Ich werde auf jedenfalls niemals wieder ein Buch von diesem Autor lesen und hoffe, dass ich von Amazon mein Geld zurück erhalte. 


Akku Überhitzung am Strand

Was passiert wenn wir auf Firmware Level eine Überladung verursachen? Passiert dies auf einer Ebene mit einem Compiler, so ist die Sache ziemlich klar, denn dieser wird den Benutzer daran hindern. Unterhalb von diesem Level ist davon auszugehen, dass ein Überladen auch elektrische Folgen hätte, die möglicherweise auch Hardware beschädigen könnten. Kommt eine Addition vor, kann es sein, dass es zu einem Überlauf aus dem gültigen Wertebereich gibt, so kommt es manchmal vor, dass zum Beispiel eine zu hohe FPS Rate angezeigt oder verwendet wird, was zu einer Fatal Expection führen kann. So zum Beispiel bei einem iPhone:


Die GPU kann 60 FPS, doch die GAME ANZEIGE zeigt 60.3 FPS an.


Dannach wurde es heiss.

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Origin: Mein Review des ersten YouTube Origina

Stille. Eine enge Röhre in der ein Mann steckt und Panik bekommt und plötzlich kommt ihm eine Flüssigkeit entgegen. Augenblicke später öffnet sich die Röhre und der Mann fällt auf den Boden. Rund um ihn befinden sich 6 weitere Röhren, doch diese sind geschlossen und man kann ein pulsierendes Licht auf Ihnen sehen. Der Rest ist dunkel. Wenn die Kamera nach Rechts zeigt, dann sieht man nichts als Dunkelheit, denn das spärliche Deckenlicht lenkt die gesamte Aufmerksamkeit auf diese kreisförmige Erhöhung auf der der Mann liegt. Anhand der Tonkulisse kann man erahnen, dass der Raum riesig ist, doch weil das Licht so zentriert auf diesen Fleck ist, kommt einem die Szene sehr beengend und bedrückend vor.


Dies ist nicht nur der Beginn einer Erkundungstour auf dem Kolonistenschiff Origin sondern auch der Beginn der gleichnamigen YouTube Originals Serie. Ich habe nämlich vor einer Woche den kostenlosen Testmonat begonnen :) 


Ähnlich wie im Film Passengers oder Pandorum wachen nach diesem ersten Passagier weitere auf und dies auch zu früh, denn die Origin hat ihr Ziel noch nicht erreicht. Der Beginn der ersten Folge fesselte mich in ein vertrautes Gefühl (da die Räume aufgrund des Lichts so klein wirken) aber auch extreme Anspannung, die sich noch steigerte, als der Protagonist aus dem Fenster sieht und sieht, dass das Raumschiff noch unterwegs ist. Zwischendurch Switcher sie Serie zwischen dem Schiff und Tokyo, wo der Protagonist herkommt. Denn anders als ähnliche Science Fiction Serien, führt diese den Zuschauer in die Vorgeschichte des Protagonisten ein. Die Geschichte ist irgendwo zwischen den „klassischen“ Schläferschiff Filmen/ Serien angegliedert, doch sie bietet mehr Tiefe und vorallem ein extrem cooles Set. Während der ersten Episode sieht man immer wieder neue aufwändig erstellte Teile im Schiff, welche extrem viel Dynamik enthalten, da die Serie die dunklen Wände mit hellen Neon Farben aufhellt. Gerade zu Beginn der Folge macht das Design einen extrem grossen Unterscheid, denn noch bevor irgendwelche Handlung passierte oder Dialoge stattgefunden haben (und man sich fragte ob der Protagonist entführt wurde oder ob er gefoltert wird) schreibt ein Roboter, der aussieht wie ein Teller seine eigene Geschichte. In einem dunklen Raum, der von einem Weg mit Neonstrips durchtrennt wird, verrichtet der Roboter seine Arbeit und wässert dunkle Weizenfelder (die aussehen wie die in der Alien Serie) wobei er komische angsteinflössende Geräusche macht. 

Bildausschnitt aus der YouTube Serie „Origin“ | So toll sind die Farben
Bildausschnitt aus der YouTube Serie „Origin“ | So toll sind die Farben
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standard 22:18:21.470027 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Perform one enqueue

standard 22:18:21.470061 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] BBuf is cleared; got a new sbuf 0x0000000000000000

standard 22:18:21.470090 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] queue 0x0000600003EC7800 is empty

standard 22:18:21.470120 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] NULL currentWorkingBlockBuffer; at Low Water

standard 22:18:21.470150 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Done with One: atHigh: No; atLow: Yes

standard 22:18:21.472073 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] All done: atHigh: No; atLow: Yes

standard 22:18:21.472332 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Timer Callback Done

standard 22:18:21.522023 +0100 Console Persistent UI failed to open file file:///Users/severinkampfer/Library/Saved%20Application%20State/com.apple.Console.savedState/window_1.data: No such file or directory (2)

standard 22:18:22.364019 +0100 useractivityd ADVERTISING: Advertising new item or updating user-idle time in previous advertisement, 6ADC4376-A716-4519-9BAD-336F6D832D04/<private>

standard 22:18:22.365390 +0100 useractivityd ADVERTISING:$87cb2f28820c6f/*43 u pb-1 6ADC4376-A716-4519-9BAD-336F6D832D04 type=<private><private> at Thu Dec 13 22:18:22 2018 opts={ UAPasteboardAvailable = 1; UAPasteboardVersionBit = 1;}

standard 22:18:22.767697 +0100 sharingd BLE NearbyInfo lost SFBLEDevice ID 1d665a6f-0641-484d-81cf-488f9ea3db97, RSSI -69 (0)t~U, Ch 37, AdvD <031c123b09>, Nm 'CORNELIAS IPHONE', Md 'iPhone11,8', Paired yes, Cnx no

standard 22:18:22.768176 +0100 sharingd Nearby stop scanning: scan request of type 16, blob: <>, mask <>, active: 0, duplicates: 0, screen on: No Scan, screen off: No Scan, rssi: -90, peers: (

) scan mode: 0

standard 22:18:22.768574 +0100 rapportd BLE device lost: UID 3563B4C7-B4D4-44D4-8D8A-5FFFB8DD2FA2, PI NULL, Nm 'CORNELIAS IPHONE', Md 'iPhone11,8', IDS '3563B4C7-B4D4-44D4-8D8A-5FFFB8DD2FA2', <usphawlmcuhst>, SF 0x0 < >

standard 22:18:22.768875 +0100 wirelessproxd Stop scanning for process sharingd (424) with scan request of type 16, blob: <>, mask <>, active: 0, duplicates: 0, screen on: No Scan, screen off: No Scan, rssi: -90, peers: (

) scan mode: 0

standard 22:18:22.769087 +0100 sharingd Nearby start scanning with data: scan request of type 16, blob: <>, mask <>, active: 0, duplicates: 1, screen on: 300, screen off: 300, rssi: -70, peers: (

    "FACFE670-4C8D-4310-BBD7-DFF8BC6CA764",

    "1D665A6F-0641-484D-81CF-488F9EA3DB97",

    "37562BD5-D871-47BC-A988-7AD8F9709B2F",

    "97E8B233-132E-43B4-AD09-B69963C378C1",

    "BA8CA30E-DC92-4D7F-AF1C-2D3D22A8D5D9",

    "A89BBB46-B74E-4A30-9C38-621AA6A62923"

) scan mode: 0

standard 22:18:22.769071 +0100 wirelessproxd Removing scan request scan request of type 16, blob: <>, mask <>, active: 0, duplicates: 0, screen on: No Scan, screen off: No Scan, rssi: -90, peers: (

) scan mode: 0 for client 5EE94F42-BB4F-45E5-8F9D-5B1050531F20

standard 22:18:22.768941 +0100 rapportd BLE device lost (removed): SFDevice ID 1d665a6f-0641-484d-81cf-488f9ea3db97, IDS 3563B4C7, RSSI -69 (0)~U, Nm 'CORNELIAS IPHONE', Md 'iPhone11,8', DuetSync, PairedBT, WiFiP2P

standard 22:18:22.769131 +0100 wirelessproxd heySiriScanActive: NO

standard 22:18:22.769024 +0100 rapportd Bonjour reconfirm (BLE device lost): RPRemoteDisplayDevice, IDS '3563B4C7', Nm 'CORNELIAS IPHONE', Md 'iPhone11,8'

standard 22:18:22.769227 +0100 wirelessproxd Passively scanning for devices of types: 9 15 12 5 7 (Window: 30/Interval: 300)

standard 22:18:22.770418 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 9 - rssi: -90 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 0

standard 22:18:22.770464 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 15 - rssi: -70 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 0

standard 22:18:22.770503 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 12 - rssi: -90 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 6

standard 22:18:22.770539 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 5 - rssi: -80 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 0

standard 22:18:22.770598 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 7 - rssi: -75 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 0

standard 22:18:22.771377 +0100 wirelessproxd Scan options changed: YES

standard 22:18:22.772480 +0100 wirelessproxd Start scanning for process sharingd (424) with scan request of type 16, blob: <>, mask <>, active: 0, duplicates: 1, screen on: 300, screen off: 300, rssi: -70, peers: (

    "FACFE670-4C8D-4310-BBD7-DFF8BC6CA764",

    "1D665A6F-0641-484D-81CF-488F9EA3DB97",

    "37562BD5-D871-47BC-A988-7AD8F9709B2F",

    "97E8B233-132E-43B4-AD09-B69963C378C1",

    "BA8CA30E-DC92-4D7F-AF1C-2D3D22A8D5D9",

    "A89BBB46-B74E-4A30-9C38-621AA6A62923"

) scan mode: 0

standard 22:18:22.772511 +0100 wirelessproxd Adding scan request called

standard 22:18:22.772591 +0100 wirelessproxd Adding scan request scan request of type 16, blob: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000>, mask <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000>, active: 0, duplicates: 1, screen on: 300, screen off: 300, rssi: -70, peers: (

    "FACFE670-4C8D-4310-BBD7-DFF8BC6CA764",

    "1D665A6F-0641-484D-81CF-488F9EA3DB97",

    "37562BD5-D871-47BC-A988-7AD8F9709B2F",

    "97E8B233-132E-43B4-AD09-B69963C378C1",

    "BA8CA30E-DC92-4D7F-AF1C-2D3D22A8D5D9",

    "A89BBB46-B74E-4A30-9C38-621AA6A62923"

) scan mode: 0 for client 5EE94F42-BB4F-45E5-8F9D-5B1050531F20

standard 22:18:22.772627 +0100 wirelessproxd heySiriScanActive: NO

standard 22:18:22.772766 +0100 wirelessproxd Passively scanning for devices of types: 9 15 16 12 5 7 (Window: 30/Interval: 300)

standard 22:18:22.772810 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 9 - rssi: -90 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 0

standard 22:18:22.772844 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 15 - rssi: -70 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 0

standard 22:18:22.772875 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 16 - rssi: -70 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 6

standard 22:18:22.772904 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 12 - rssi: -90 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 6

standard 22:18:22.772933 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 5 - rssi: -80 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 0

standard 22:18:22.775440 +0100 wirelessproxd About to scan for type: 7 - rssi: -75 - payload: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - mask: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000> - peers: 0

standard 22:18:22.776134 +0100 wirelessproxd Scan options changed: YES

standard 22:18:22.961541 +0100 trustd cert[2]: AnchorTrusted =(leaf)[force]> 0

standard 22:18:22.967913 +0100 launchservicesd CHECKIN:0x0-0x32d32d 27197 com.apple.coreservices.uiagent

standard 22:18:22.969352 +0100 loginwindow -[ApplicationManager checkInAppContext:refCon:eventData:] | enter

standard 22:18:22.971874 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport applicationLaunched:] | enter. clearing logout in progress and last logout time

standard 22:18:22.971903 +0100 loginwindow -[ApplicationManager checkInAppContext:refCon:eventData:] |      checked in app : CoreServicesUIAgent

standard 22:18:22.977150 +0100 tccd PID[204] is checking access for target PID[27197]

standard 22:18:22.982262 +0100 trustd cert[2]: AnchorTrusted =(leaf)[force]> 0

standard 22:18:22.993221 +0100 CoreServicesUIAgent Current system appearance, (HLTB: 1), (SLS: 0)

standard 22:18:22.997481 +0100 CoreServicesUIAgent Post-registration system appearance: (HLTB: 1)

fehler 22:18:23.004714 +0100 CoreServicesUIAgent Unable to load Info.plist exceptions (eGPUOverrides)

standard 22:18:23.014859 +0100 CoreServicesUIAgent NSApp cache appearance:

-NSRequiresAquaSystemAppearance: 0

-appearance: (null)

-effectiveAppearance: <NSCompositeAppearance: 0x7fa4c1c0ceb0

 (

    "<NSAquaAppearance: 0x7fa4c1e19fe0>",

    "<NSSystemAppearance: 0x7fa4c1e16dd0>"

)>

standard 22:18:23.032796 +0100 appleeventsd TCCCreateDesignatedRequirementIdentityFromAuditToken: preparing xpc message

standard 22:18:23.033014 +0100 appleeventsd TCCCreateDesignatedRequirementIdentityFromAuditToken: requesting designated requirement

standard 22:18:23.034176 +0100 loginwindow 27366555: RECEIVED OUT-OF-SEQUENCE NOTIFICATION: 245 vs 1638, 272, <private>

standard 22:18:23.035591 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Timer Callback Begin

standard 22:18:23.035627 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Fill as much as possible

standard 22:18:23.035656 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Perform one enqueue

standard 22:18:23.035684 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] BBuf is cleared; got a new sbuf 0x0000000000000000

standard 22:18:23.035710 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] queue 0x0000600003EC7800 is empty

standard 22:18:23.035737 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] NULL currentWorkingBlockBuffer; at Low Water

standard 22:18:23.035762 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Done with One: atHigh: No; atLow: Yes

standard 22:18:23.036260 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] All done: atHigh: No; atLow: Yes

standard 22:18:23.037449 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Timer Callback Done

standard 22:18:23.051471 +0100 wirelessproxd WPDClient - Device Discovered: Client (5EE94F42-BB4F-45E5-8F9D-5B1050531F20) Process (sharingd) Device (BA8CA30E-DC92-4D7F-AF1C-2D3D22A8D5D9) Type (16) Data (<4c001005 031c230d b8>)

standard 22:18:23.051507 +0100 wirelessproxd Telling process sharingd about discovered device BA8CA30E-DC92-4D7F-AF1C-2D3D22A8D5D9 of type 16 with data <4c001005 031c230d b8>

standard 22:18:23.053015 +0100 trustd cert[2]: AnchorTrusted =(leaf)[force]> 0

standard 22:18:23.058751 +0100 tccd -[TCCDAccessIdentity staticCode]: static code for: identifier com.apple.coreservices.uiagent, type: 0: 0x7ff39a520300 at /System/Library/CoreServices/CoreServicesUIAgent.app

standard 22:18:23.064997 +0100 trustd cert[2]: AnchorTrusted =(leaf)[force]> 0

fehler 22:18:23.070237 +0100 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent 0 is not a valid connection ID.

standard 22:18:23.070273 +0100 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent Invalid Connection ID 0

standard 22:18:23.081531 +0100 loginwindow 27366555: RECEIVED OUT-OF-SEQUENCE NOTIFICATION: 0 vs 245, 288, <private>

standard 22:18:23.084091 +0100 CoreServicesUIAgent Adding presenter FF82B685-C205-4DC5-A1C5-BD3CB17187B6 for URL: <private>

standard 22:18:23.086597 +0100 filecoordinationd Added presenter FF82B685-C205-4DC5-A1C5-BD3CB17187B6

standard 22:18:23.104058 +0100 tccd Platform binary prompting is 'Deny' because: is Platform Binary

standard 22:18:23.111309 +0100 diskarbitrationd <private>

standard 22:18:23.111399 +0100 diskarbitrationd <private>

standard 22:18:23.111550 +0100 diskarbitrationd <private>

standard 22:18:23.114306 +0100 diskarbitrationd <private>

standard 22:18:23.114528 +0100 diskarbitrationd <private>

fehler 22:18:23.117365 +0100 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent 0 is not a valid connection ID.

standard 22:18:23.117625 +0100 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent Invalid Connection ID 0

standard 22:18:23.117628 +0100 sharingd Nearby didDiscoverType 1 UUID BA8CA30E-DC92-4D7F-AF1C-2D3D22A8D5D9 info {

    WPNearbyKeyDeviceAddress = <b0481aba d07f>;

    WPNearbyKeyManufacturerData = <4c001005 031c230d b8>;

    WPNearbyKeyPaired = 0;

    WPNearbyKeyRSSI = "-53";

    kDeviceChannel = 37;

}

standard 22:18:23.117742 +0100 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent Current memory footprint: 92 MB

fehler 22:18:23.117874 +0100 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent 0 is not a valid connection ID.

standard 22:18:23.117910 +0100 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent Invalid Connection ID 0

standard 22:18:23.370419 +0100 wirelessproxd Advert timer expired for client 12 after 2.00 seconds

standard 22:18:23.370736 +0100 identityservicesd Continuity update advertising with data: Advertising request of type 12, priority 4, UseFG 290 (181.25 ms), data <088872ba f097b756 239a6f62 0dfc>, connectable 1, options {

}

standard 22:18:23.371018 +0100 wirelessproxd Updating advert request for client 12 after 2.00 seconds

standard 22:18:23.371084 +0100 wirelessproxd Start advertising for process identityservicesd (407) of type 12 with advertising interval 290 (181.25 ms)

standard 22:18:23.371272 +0100 wirelessproxd advertisingRulesOSX - advertisements: (

        {

        kCBAdvAppleMfgTypeKey = 12;

        kCBAdvDataAppleMfgData = <13ff4c00 0c0e0888 72baf097 b756239a 6f620dfc>;

        kCBAdvOptionUseFGInterval = 0;

    },

        {

        kCBAdvAppleMfgTypeKey = 16;

        kCBAdvDataAppleMfgData = <07ff4c00 10020b08>;

        kCBAdvOptionUseFGInterval = 0;

    }

)

standard 22:18:23.371370 +0100 wirelessproxd Requesting to start advertising for clients 12 16  with (

        {

        kCBAdditionalAppleMfgAdvertisements =         (

                        {

                kCBAdvAppleMfgTypeKey = 16;

                kCBAdvDataAppleMfgData = <07ff4c00 10020b08>;

                kCBAdvOptionUseFGInterval = 0;

            }

        );

        kCBAdvDataAppleMfgData = <13ff4c00 0c0e0888 72baf097 b756239a 6f620dfc>;

        kCBAdvOptionUseFGInterval = 0;

        kCBMsgArgIsPrivilegedDaemon = 1;

    }

)

standard 22:18:23.402428 +0100 wirelessproxd Started to advertise for type 12 with error (null)

standard 22:18:23.402593 +0100 wirelessproxd Started to advertise for type 16 with error (null)

standard 22:18:23.402836 +0100 identityservicesd calling continuityDidStartAdvertisingOfType:Activity

standard 22:18:23.460351 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Timer Callback Begin

standard 22:18:23.460455 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Fill as much as possible

standard 22:18:23.460530 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Perform one enqueue

standard 22:18:23.460584 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] BBuf is cleared; got a new sbuf 0x0000000000000000

standard 22:18:23.460650 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] queue 0x0000600003EC7800 is empty

standard 22:18:23.460680 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] NULL currentWorkingBlockBuffer; at Low Water

standard 22:18:23.460707 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Done with One: atHigh: No; atLow: Yes

standard 22:18:23.460735 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] All done: atHigh: No; atLow: Yes

standard 22:18:23.460761 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Timer Callback Done

standard 22:18:23.468488 +0100 useractivityd - Making 4BE9F9A5-A413-4D3A-89BF-4F05732165EE/<private> into the currentItem from process <private>/450

standard 22:18:23.468028 +0100 Google Chrome ENCODE: Caching encoded userInfo to use until we are marked dirty again, returning encoded result <private> opts={ LSUserActivityContainsFileProviderURL = 0; LSUserActivityContainsUnsynchronizedCloudDocs = 0; UAUserActivityContainsCloudDocsKey = 0;}

standard 22:18:23.487106 +0100 useractivityd DETERMINE: 4BE9F9A5-A413-4D3A-89BF-4F05732165EE/<private> as the current item-to-advertise.

standard 22:18:23.494640 +0100 useractivityd ADVERTISING: Advertising new item or updating user-idle time in previous advertisement, 4BE9F9A5-A413-4D3A-89BF-4F05732165EE/<private>

standard 22:18:23.495917 +0100 useractivityd ADVERTISING:$87cb2f28820c6f/*43 u pb-1 4BE9F9A5-A413-4D3A-89BF-4F05732165EE type=<private><private> at Thu Dec 13 22:18:23 2018 opts={ UAPasteboardAvailable = 1; UAPasteboardVersionBit = 1;}

standard 22:18:23.915276 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Timer Callback Begin

standard 22:18:23.915407 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Fill as much as possible

standard 22:18:23.915446 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Perform one enqueue

standard 22:18:23.915520 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] BBuf is cleared; got a new sbuf 0x0000000000000000

standard 22:18:23.916369 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] queue 0x0000600003EC7800 is empty

standard 22:18:23.916414 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] NULL currentWorkingBlockBuffer; at Low Water

standard 22:18:23.916447 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Done with One: atHigh: No; atLow: Yes

standard 22:18:23.916476 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] All done: atHigh: No; atLow: Yes

standard 22:18:23.916555 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Timer Callback Done

standard 22:18:24.260196 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport(Internal) writeCurrentPersistenceState:] | enter. Timer fired, writing a snapshot to disk

standard 22:18:24.260250 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] | entered. isSnapShot:1

standard 22:18:24.260270 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport(Internal) checkAndSetEarlySaveStateExitCriteria:] |      logout was not already in progress

standard 22:18:24.260284 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport(Internal) checkAndSetEarlySaveStateExitCriteria:] |      exit: 0

standard 22:18:24.260619 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport(Internal) shouldSaveState:finalSnapShot:] |      exit: 1

standard 22:18:24.260644 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] | saveState == YES, gathering save state

standard 22:18:24.260787 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      frontToBackAppArray: (

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x1f01f}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x32c32c}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x22022}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x15015}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x10a10a}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x255255}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x312312}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0xf80f8}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x321321}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x307307}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x175175}",

    "LSASN:{hi=0x0;lo=0x2e02e}"

)

standard 22:18:24.260811 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      getting previous list so we don't change the hidden or background state values if they were not resumed

standard 22:18:24.261152 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      previouslyRunningApps: (

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.google.chrome";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Google Chrome.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.apple.finder";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.apple.safari";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Safari.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.grammarly.desktopeditor";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Grammarly.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.github.atom";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/private/var/folders/7m/cb8shz9x711814f445p2ynx40000gn/T/AppTranslocation/32B0BE08-E42C-4A91-854D-0C2F4F025672/d/Atom.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 3;

        BundleID = "com.apple.garageband10";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/GarageBand.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.apple.itunes";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/iTunes.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 3;

        BundleID = "com.microsoft.word";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Microsoft Word.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.apple.mail";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Mail.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 3;

        BundleID = "com.spotify.client";

        Hide = 1;

        Path = "/Applications/Spotify.app";

    }

)

standard 22:18:24.261184 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      frontToBackCount: 12

standard 22:18:24.262036 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Google Chrome

standard 22:18:24.262072 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: Google Chrome

standard 22:18:24.262101 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.262124 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: Google Chrome

standard 22:18:24.265385 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Konsole

standard 22:18:24.265405 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: Konsole

standard 22:18:24.265421 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.265444 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: Konsole

standard 22:18:24.266510 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Safari

standard 22:18:24.266535 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: Safari

standard 22:18:24.266556 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.266579 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: Safari

standard 22:18:24.267736 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Finder

standard 22:18:24.267762 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: Finder

standard 22:18:24.268389 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Grammarly

standard 22:18:24.268570 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: Grammarly

standard 22:18:24.268585 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.268598 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: Grammarly

standard 22:18:24.270283 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Atom

standard 22:18:24.270309 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: Atom

standard 22:18:24.270329 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.270352 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: Atom

standard 22:18:24.271939 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : GarageBand

standard 22:18:24.271965 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: GarageBand

standard 22:18:24.271986 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.272005 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: GarageBand

standard 22:18:24.273622 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : iTunes

standard 22:18:24.273646 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: iTunes

standard 22:18:24.273666 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.273686 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: iTunes

standard 22:18:24.274690 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Instruments

standard 22:18:24.274705 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: Instruments

standard 22:18:24.274718 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      app wantsToSuppressRelaunch, setting relaunch to NO

standard 22:18:24.274731 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 0

standard 22:18:24.276945 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Microsoft Word

standard 22:18:24.276971 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: Microsoft Word

standard 22:18:24.276991 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.277020 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: Microsoft Word

standard 22:18:24.277703 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Mail

standard 22:18:24.277802 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: Mail

standard 22:18:24.277915 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.278010 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: Mail

standard 22:18:24.278476 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checkAgainstApp is : Spotify

standard 22:18:24.278498 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] | entered. checking app: Spotify

standard 22:18:24.278751 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport appShouldBeRelaunched:] |      returning: 1

standard 22:18:24.278800 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Adding to relaunchArray: Spotify

standard 22:18:24.278859 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      checking for Stopped apps

standard 22:18:24.285112 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      no stopped apps found

standard 22:18:24.285235 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      Writing dictionary to prefs

standard 22:18:24.285504 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |           Contents:(

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.google.chrome";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Google Chrome.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.apple.console";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Utilities/Console.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.apple.safari";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Safari.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.apple.finder";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.grammarly.desktopeditor";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Grammarly.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.github.atom";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/private/var/folders/7m/cb8shz9x711814f445p2ynx40000gn/T/AppTranslocation/32B0BE08-E42C-4A91-854D-0C2F4F025672/d/Atom.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 3;

        BundleID = "com.apple.garageband10";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/GarageBand.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.apple.itunes";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/iTunes.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 3;

        BundleID = "com.microsoft.word";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Microsoft Word.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 2;

        BundleID = "com.apple.mail";

        Hide = 0;

        Path = "/Applications/Mail.app";

    },

        {

        BackgroundState = 3;

        BundleID = "com.spotify.client";

        Hide = 1;

        Path = "/Applications/Spotify.app";

    }

)

standard 22:18:24.287748 +0100 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport saveLogoutPersistentState:finalSnapshot:] |      setting _stateSaveInProgress to NO and exiting

standard 22:18:24.467485 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Timer Callback Begin

standard 22:18:24.467552 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Fill as much as possible

standard 22:18:24.467589 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Perform one enqueue

standard 22:18:24.467620 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] BBuf is cleared; got a new sbuf 0x0000000000000000

standard 22:18:24.467649 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] queue 0x0000600003EC7800 is empty

standard 22:18:24.467675 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] NULL currentWorkingBlockBuffer; at Low Water

standard 22:18:24.467703 +0100 iTunes [APSampleBufferConsumerForEndpointStream] [0x00006000037BA640] Done with One: atHigh: No; atLow: Yes

 

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