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      Latest reply on Feb 1, 2020 9:13 PM by GrimmDay
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        Macbook Pro 13"

        Mojave 10.14.6

        2.3 GHz intel i5 (quad core)

        8 GB RAM 512 GB

         

        Yesterday I stupidly and accidentally deleted a folder labeled OS X. Now my CPU has been riding sky high, the idle wake ups in the activity monitor are in the thousands, once going as high as 1.4 million idle wake ups for kernel task.

         

        I took it into Apple care and they did a full restore and it seemed to be fine there, but as I'm home again it's happening all over again.

         

        In the system log I've found (and apologies for the lack of code block, it seems to not be working for me):

         

        BUG in libdispatch client: mach_recv, monitored resource vanished before the source cancel handler was invoked { 0x7f7edd4233e0[source], ident: 162823 / 0x27c07, handler: 0x105b5040e }

        Feb  1 12:32:23 MacBook-Pro systemstats[36]: DEPRECATED USE in libdispatch client: dispatch source activated with no event handler set; set a breakpoint on _dispatch_bug_deprecated to debug

        Feb  1 12:32:59 MacBook-Pro airportd[152]: DEPRECATED USE in libdispatch client: dispatch source activated with no event handler set; set a breakpoint on _dispatch_bug_deprecated to debug

        Feb  1 12:33:03 MacBook-Pro kcm[323]: DEPRECATED USE in libdispatch client: Setting timer interval to 0 requests a 1ns timer, did you mean FOREVER (a one-shot timer)?; set a breakpoint on _dispatch_bug_deprecated to debug

        Feb  1 12:33:04 MacBook-Pro usernoted[367]: DEPRECATED USE in libdispatch client: dispatch source activated with no event handler set; set a breakpoint on _dispatch_bug_deprecated to debug

        Feb  1 12:33:30 MacBook-Pro nsurlsessiond[130]: DEPRECATED USE in libdispatch client: Setting timer interval to 0 requests a 1ns timer, did you mean FOREVER (a one-shot timer)?; set a breakpoint on _dispatch_bug_deprecated to debug

        Feb  1 12:33:30 MacBook-Pro nsurlsessiond[365]: DEPRECATED USE in libdispatch client: Setting timer interval to 0 requests a 1ns timer, did you mean FOREVER (a one-shot timer)?; set a breakpoint on _dispatch_bug_deprecated to debug

         

        Feb  1 12:33:04 MacBook-Pro com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] (com.apple.soagent): Invalid type for event events

        Feb  1 12:33:04 MacBook-Pro com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] (com.apple.soagent): Invalid type for event bundleid

        Feb  1 12:33:05 MacBook-Pro xpcproxy[414]: libcoreservices: _dirhelper_userdir: 529: bootstrap_look_up returned (ipc/send) invalid destination port

        Feb  1 12:33:06 MacBook-Pro xpcproxy[416]: libcoreservices: _dirhelper_userdir: 529: bootstrap_look_up returned (ipc/send) invalid destination port

        Feb  1 12:33:29 MacBook-Pro xpcproxy[461]: libcoreservices: _dirhelper_userdir: 529: bootstrap_look_up returned (ipc/send) invalid destination port

        Feb  1 12:33:30 MacBook-Pro xpcproxy[463]: libcoreservices: _dirhelper_userdir: 529: bootstrap_look_up returned (ipc/send) invalid destination port

        Feb  1 12:33:30 MacBook-Pro xpcproxy[469]: libcoreservices: _dirhelper_userdir: 529: bootstrap_look_up returned (ipc/send) invalid destination port

        Feb  1 12:34:42 MacBook-Pro xpcproxy[516]: libcoreservices: _dirhelper_userdir: 529: bootstrap_look_up returned (ipc/send) invalid destination port

        Feb  1 12:34:56 MacBook-Pro xpcproxy[528]: libcoreservices: _dirhelper_userdir: 529: bootstrap_look_up returned (ipc/send) invalid destination port

         

        Feb  1 12:33:04 MacBook-Pro com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] (com.apple.xpc.launchd.user.domain.248.100011.Aqua): com.apple.ReportCrash (lint): Unrecognized MachService property: DrainMessagesOnCrash

         

         

        Could use an experienced tech to help me out. The idle wake ups in the activity moniter are hundreds of thousands at the moment, and I know this is the beginning of something bad for my laptop's health. Any help is appreciated!