The CalendarAgent service takes all my CPU, every time I get a network connection. This is really annoying in many situations (one example: closing the lid for 2 minutes, change train and open it again) and slows down everything.
I already tried many solution:
- reset the calendars
- clear the cache files
- change configs for the accounts
renicethe CalendarAgent process
- set ALL my accounts to manual refresh (Command + R)
The service doesn't care; if it's active it will hog the CPU. Only alternative is to disable the service; but, what a surprise, the Calendar app won't work anymore and crash.
I have calendars in sync with iCloud, Exchange, Google.
I'm struggling with this issue and would really like to take control back on this annoying process. I am fine with having to refresh manually the calendars but at least decide when to hog the CPU with updates.
How can I solve this?
OSX: El Capitan