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sudo killall dpd works quite well! It seems like it is not working, because ps -ax still lists dpd as a running process. But, when calling pmset, the not on "prevented by dpd" is missing: pmset -g | grep sleep hibernatefile /var/vm/sleepimage networkoversleep 0 disksleep 10 sleep 10 (sleep prevented by sharingd, ...


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It is linked to FileVault in that Bluetooth pairings are stored per user, not per machine. So until you login (and thus unlock your account) the machine cannot re-pair to your devices. Keyboard backlight settings are also stored per user for some reason, so no backlight until you login. Since sleep doesn't log you out, everything still works. A related issue ...


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I decided to do some digging into the kernel source and I have a rough answer, but it's still not 100% clear. If you take a look at IOHibernateIO.cpp inside the IOHibernateSystemPostWake method you see the following call (note: slightly different for 10.11+, but the same function ends up being called) if (kFSOpened == gFSState) { // invalidate &...


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