Sometimes, while I close the lid of my MacBook as it usually is while you don't use it, and leave it on the desk without connecting it to an adapter, I find that my MacBook is insanely heated. When I open the lid and check out the Mac, the OS has crashed and the trackpad doesn't function, forcing me to restart the Mac.
After the restart, the alert is shown with a message like:
Because a problem occurred, it has been restarted.
This has occurred multiple times, possibly over more than 10 times in 2 years, also on my older MacBook Pro Retina. However, why does this occur while the lid is closed and the computer isn't working?
And finally, is there any possible way to prevent this? I don't remember if this problem happens when I connect it to an adapter.
In Diagnostic and Usage Messages pane in
Console.app, I found the following log message:
9/14/16 06:54:57.000 kernel: com.apple.message.domain: com.apple.kernel.tcpstat com.apple.message.signature: tcpinfo com.apple.message.signature2: mDNSResponderHel com.apple.message.signature3: launchd com.apple.message.summarize: YES
After that, the computer seemed to be not working and the next log message is the one when I found it was not working and thus restarted, which occurred in 2 hours later.
The last log message before the following:
9/14/16 06:54:44.436 Exchange Rates: com.apple.message.domain: com.apple.coretls.client_finished com.apple.message.signature: tls com.apple.message.signature2: redacted_bundle_id com.apple.message.value_events: 1 com.apple.message.value_alpn_received: 1 com.apple.message.summarize: YES com.apple.message.value_ocsp_peer_enabled: 1 com.apple.message.value_ocsp_response_received: 1
There are 6 more logs at the exactly same time from the app, and the next log files before them is from
com.apple.usage.app_activetime, occurred 2 seconds before them.
So maybe it the app Exchange Rate the one that caused the crash and forced me to restart? If so is there anything on me that prevents this (except uninstalling it, which is not a solution here)?