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You have the Chrome Remote Desktop app installed and active. That one is waking up your computer as show here: pid 315(remoting_me2me_): [0x0000954900050599] 00:04:44 NoDisplaySleepAssertion named: "Chrome Remote Desktop connection active" pid 315(remoting_me2me_): [0x000095490009059a] 00:04:44 UserIsActive named: "Chrome Remote Desktop connection ...


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No, but you can get the same effect as I use this app to keep my mac running for a back up at night time http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/37991/nosleep


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If your MacBook Air has flash storage, supports Power Nap and is connected to a power adapter at night, then it will back up to Time Machine when in sleep. If any of these criteria is not met, then the backup will not take place. A firmware update is required for the late-2010 MacBook Air to support Power Nap. Make sure that all updates are installed in the ...


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I have this problem everytime I upgrade the OS. By turning off app nap for the entire Mac I was able to resolve the issue on Yosemite. See the link below. http://osxdaily.com/2014/05/13/disable-app-nap-mac-os-x/


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Try unplugging all USB and other devices. Also try with turning off Bluetooth in the menu bar. It seams like it is some device connecting and disconnecting which is preventing your Mac from staying in sleep mode.


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Set your Mac's 'Energy Saver' Preferences setting to 'Wake on Network Access'. Read about it here: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201960


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As mentioned before, closing the lid of a portable Mac causes it to sleep, and not to dream of compilations as-yet unfinished. What happens when I close the lid on my MacBook Pro running OS X? If (and only if, apparently) your Mac is connected to: an external display, an external keyboard or mouse or trackpad a power adapter, your laptop will ...


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Here is the readout from your logs. Your BTLE (Bluetooth low energy) is shutting down (normal ?) The watchdogd is shutting down the corresponding processes, but is is not meant to shut down your system. The SystemWillSleep is for the coreaudiod, due to the airplay shutting down, it does not mean the OS X shutting down. All of the above is happening ...


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I found some Docs here: http://support.apple.com/kb/TA20622?viewlocale=en_US Are you running any server software on it? (file servers?) From the link: Automatic Restart (hardware) Watchdog also helps restart the server if its operating system becomes unresponsive (a "hang"). On computers that support automatic restart, this option can be activated ...


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In System Preferences > Security & Privacy > General, make sure you've checked "Require password [x seconds] after sleep or screen saver begins":


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Have you set the password timeout value in System Preferences?  --> System Preferences --> Security & Privacy --> General --> Require password (x minutes) after sleep or screen saver begins


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The only solutions I've found is to turn off the Favorites page. This seems to be related to the favorites page hanging up while trying to build itself. Go into Safari Preferences. General tab. Change the following. New windows open with: Empty Page New tab opens with: Empty Page Solved it for me but annoying if you use the Favorites Page.


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You do not need a script for tuning the WiFi on and connecting you, the OS X system does that already for you. If you look in Console (look for line containing Airport) and the lines after that will show it in action. Best is if you could publish that log in here to see why is it not working for you. Here are some choices for you: If you want a Scrip to ...


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If the issue is happening whenever you have Evernote open it may be because it uses some function that could (not will) cause data corruption on the computer so OS X causes a kernel panic to protect its self. This function could be a old deprecated method Apple took out of the SDK during one of OS X updates. To see if this is the issue either reinstall ...


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Look at your console logs to see what happened before the computer restarted: Launch /Applications/Utilities/Console.app. Select All Messages in the sidebar. In the log pane, scroll up until you see a highlighted message that says bootlog: BOOT_TIME ... Scan the log entries before that to get an idea of the OS was going through before it panicked.


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Apple doesn't package the drivers or installers, so the best you could do is try these installs. Download the latest "Combo" updater for 10.x.x and install that package. Download the entire Yosemite Installer and then re-install the OS. The only downside to option #2 is you need to download more data. It is the sure fire way to ensure everything is up to ...


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The problem seems to have fixed itself after updating to Yosemite 10.10.2, released on January 28, 2015. The notes don't mention anything regarding sleep or wake but it seems to have fixed it regardless.


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Does this happen when you're using the integrated graphics (when running solely on battery power)? My advice would be to perform an SMC reset then see what happens. If the problem persists get hold of a USB hard disk and install a clean copy of OS X on it, then see if you get exactly the same issue when the system goes to sleep. If you do have the same ...


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In addition to the destroyfvkeyonstandby option, you also need to specify that pmset is setting hibernatemode 25 for the power management options. sudo pmset -a destroyfvkeyonstandby 1 hibernatemode 25 Setting both options ensures that the Mac in question will hibernate (where the contents of the RAM are written to disk) and also have the FileVault 2 key ...


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There doesn't seem to be a good way to do this as explained by @asmeurer in his answer a shutdown in general may require user action (e.g., from an application that doesn't use the auto save model, or from an application that is frozen or becomes frozen when the OS tries to quit it). maybe your best bet would be an app that closes everything for you ...



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