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Yoda
Hi Jeanie,
I am so happy to be home and adjusting. Carpet is a challenge with the wheelchair - hard to manipulate. I totally forgot about earrings until you wrote - they are now in and I am sporting diamonds and size 3X shorts - I am so stylish!!!

Interim health care is on their way to assess my needs, Judy Bowen was here this AM and brought 3 meals. my neighbor will be here this afternoon, and I hired a cleaning lady!! I feel very blessed and loved by you all. Thanks for checking in, and I think I will get my flow by this week - it just takes time. Thanks for thinking of me.
Love,
Laura



Yoda the Jedi MACster's iPad4


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>   1. Re: Mavericks Server pauses (John C. Welch)
>   2. Mac Tech Position Opening (macserverlist)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 03 Feb 2014 08:56:28 -0500
> From: "John C. Welch" <[hidden email]>
> To: "Hellum, Timothy" <[hidden email]>,    Hannes Gnad
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> Cc: "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: Mavericks Server pauses
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> Is this affecting service response, or just the UI when you're logged in?
> --
> John C. Welch         Writer/Analyst
> Bynkii.com              Mac and other opinions
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>> On 2/2/14, 12:14 PM, "Hellum, Timothy" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> Yes, I believe so. This is supported by it having happened on two
>> different Mac Minis first on one subnet and then on a second, and lastly
>> by an Xserve on yet a third subnet. So, three separate installs.
>>
>> /timothy
>>
>> __________________________________________
>> ++ via iPad ++
>> Timothy Hellum | Application Specialist
>> The Globe and Mail - Canada's National Newspaper
>>
>>> On Feb 2, 2014, at 11:52, "Hannes Gnad" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>> Am 31.01.2014 um 20:10 schrieb Hellum, Timothy
>>> <[hidden email]>:
>>>
>>> Hi Timothy,
>>>
>>> sure all connected drives and file systems are 100% ok?
>>>
>>>
>>> Best, Hannes
>>>
>>>
>>>> Well, not much for the time period i observed below (12:34:15 -
>>>> 12:41:20):
>>>>
>>>> Jan 31 12:27:40 gmtomac9.local screensharingd[55205]: Authentication:
>>>> SUCCEEDED :: User Name: macadmin :: Viewer Address: 10.100.45.62 ::
>>>> Type: DH
>>>> Jan 31 12:36:21 gmtomac9.local screensharingd[55205]: Authentication:
>>>> SUCCEEDED :: User Name: macadmin :: Viewer Address: 10.100.45.62 ::
>>>> Type: DH
>>>> Jan 31 12:37:06 gmtomac9.local screensharingd[55205]: Authentication:
>>>> SUCCEEDED :: User Name: macadmin :: Viewer Address: 10.100.45.62 ::
>>>> Type: DH
>>>> Jan 31 12:49:37 gmtomac9.local login[55434]: DEAD_PROCESS: 55434
>>>> ttys000
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> However, here and there I do see the following:
>>>> Jan 31 12:15:14 gmtomac9 kernel[0]: Sandbox: xcscredd(1734) deny
>>>> file-read-metadata /Users
>>>> Jan 31 12:15:14 --- last message repeated 16 times ---
>>>>
>>>> Jan 31 12:15:54 gmtomac9.local fseventsd[64]: SLOWDOWN: client
>>>> 0x7f973d811c00 (pid 2095) sleeping due to too many errors (num usleeps
>>>> 73961)
>>>>
>>>> Jan 31 14:08:39 gmtomac9.local WindowServer[138]:
>>>> disable_update_timeout: UI updates were forcibly disabled by
>>>> application "System Preferences" for over 1.00 seconds. Server has
>>>> re-enabled them.
>>>>
>>>> ------------------------------------------------------------
>>>> Timothy Hellum | Application Specialist, IT
>>>> p: 416.585.5168 | e: [hidden email]
>>>> ________________________________________
>>>> From: Alex Price [[hidden email]]
>>>> Sent: Friday, January 31, 2014 1:57 PM
>>>> To: Hellum, Timothy
>>>> Cc: [hidden email]
>>>> Subject: Re: Mavericks Server pauses
>>>>
>>>> What's in the system.log?
>>>>
>>>> Alex
>>>>
>>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>>
>>>>> On 31 Jan 2014, at 18:09, "Hellum, Timothy"
>>>>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Good day all,
>>>>>
>>>>> I have been playing with Mavericks server (Server app v3.0.2, OS
>>>>> 10.9.1) for awhile now and have an issue that is proving difficult to
>>>>> overcome.
>>>>>
>>>>> I am experiencing a Finder/complete system pause wherein the GUI
>>>>> freezes for 9 seconds (any open app also pauses and then resumes).  In
>>>>> observing, I saw this happen 15x in 7 minutes. Below is the clock time
>>>>> pause (GUI observation) each time it happened in a random observation.
>>>>> 12:34:15
>>>>> 12:35:04
>>>>> 12:35:27
>>>>> 12:35:47
>>>>> 12:36:08
>>>>> 12:36:31
>>>>> 12:36:53
>>>>> 12:37:18
>>>>> 12:37:40
>>>>> 12:38:01
>>>>> 12:38:21
>>>>> 12:38:43
>>>>> 12:39:40
>>>>> 12:40:09
>>>>> 12:41:20
>>>>>
>>>>> 1)  The clock in the menubar catches up by suddenly speeding up to
>>>>> current time count (after 9 second pause)
>>>>> 2)  Open Directory (Master) is the only service configured
>>>>> 3)  No other apps are running on the server
>>>>> 4)  This has happened on two separate machines (Mac Mini Server, 3rd
>>>>> gen Xserve)
>>>>> 5)  This has been observed on two different subnets
>>>>> 6)  Watching Activity Monitor, no process jumps to the fore when
>>>>> observing CPU% (WindowServer stays steady at 5.2% usage as max)
>>>>>
>>>>> As a test, I watched Activity Monitor (sorting by CPU%) both just as
>>>>> a pause happened, and then immediately after the system resumed.  Here
>>>>> is a hierarchical list of processes by %CPU usage just before and
>>>>> after resumption:
>>>>>
>>>>> Before:
>>>>> WindowServer
>>>>> screensharingd
>>>>> Activity Monitor
>>>>> ScreensharingAgent
>>>>> kernel_task
>>>>> ServerPerfLog
>>>>> sysmond
>>>>> Python
>>>>> SystemUIServer
>>>>> Python
>>>>> mds
>>>>> ARDAgent
>>>>> colabd
>>>>> mds_stores
>>>>> netbiosd
>>>>> fseventsd
>>>>> devicemgrd
>>>>> opendirectoryd
>>>>> Python
>>>>> postgres_real
>>>>> launchd
>>>>> notifyd
>>>>> postgres_real
>>>>> syslogd
>>>>> mdworker
>>>>> servermgrd
>>>>> launchd
>>>>> postgres_real
>>>>> postgres_real
>>>>>
>>>>> After:
>>>>> WindowServer
>>>>> screensharingd
>>>>> Activity Monitor
>>>>> ScreensharingAgent
>>>>> kernel_task
>>>>> sysmond
>>>>> Python
>>>>> Python
>>>>> SystemUIServer
>>>>> ARD Agent
>>>>> mds
>>>>> mds_stores
>>>>> netbiosd
>>>>> opendirectoryd
>>>>> fseventsd
>>>>> Python
>>>>> devicemgrd
>>>>> notifyd
>>>>> launchd
>>>>> postgres_real
>>>>> launchd
>>>>> pacemaker
>>>>> emond
>>>>> PasswordService
>>>>> launchsevicesd
>>>>> UserEventAgent
>>>>> postgres_real
>>>>> launchd
>>>>> collabd
>>>>>
>>>>> Does anyone have any insight as to why this is happening, or have a
>>>>> similar experience?
>>>>>
>>>>> Many thanks indeed for any input.
>>>>>
>>>>> /timothy
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> ------------------------------------------------------------
>>>>> Timothy Hellum | Application Specialist, IT
>>>>> p: 416.585.5168 | e: [hidden email]
>>>
>>>
>>>
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> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 03 Feb 2014 09:40:33 -0500
> From: macserverlist <[hidden email]>
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: Mac Tech Position Opening
> Message-ID:
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> Hello all:
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>    I had asked earlier about good places to post tech positions, and someone
> suggested this list itself. So, for those of you NOT looking for a new
> position, please forgive me...
>
> Thanks.
>
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>
> Technology Position Available, 1/29/14
> St. Andrews School
>
> Title:                Technology Program Coordinator
> FLSA Classification:        Nonexempt
> Reports to:            Director of Information Services
> Purpose:                To provide repair, support, and configuration services for
> school and student computers on campus
> Hours:                40 hours per week with a few exceptions
>
> Essential Functions:
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>  • Primary: maintain, troubleshoot, and coordinate repairs all school
>    computers. Work with outside repair vendor if necessary. This work
>    includes warranty and non-warranty work on Apple computers (Apple
>    repair certification will be necessary. Will provide training and
>    necessary support).
>  • Provide warranty and non-warranty computer repairs to faculty- and
>    student-owned machines on site.
>  • Set up and install computers, monitors, printers, scanners, and
>    peripherals; relocate existing equipment as necessary to support
>    faculty and administration.
>  • Oversee administration software management for school-owned
>    machines, performs systems analysis on administration software.
>  • Provide software support and development projects with faculty and
>    staff as directed.
>  • Troubleshoot and repair printers, peripherals, cabling and other
>    related devices as necessary.
>  • Maintain equipment, peripheral and software inventory lists.
>  • Perform other technology-related tasks as designated by the Director
>    of Information Services.
>
>
> Qualifications:
>
> Ability to communicate effectively with constituents from the entire
>   school community.
> Ability to troubleshoot and define problems and recommend or implement
>   appropriate solutions.  Must have a sense of urgency and customer
>   service orientation.
> • Apple Repair Certification (ACTC) a plus. If not, willingness to get
>   certified required.
> • Windows XP/7/8  and/or Active Directory management experience
>   strongly beneficial.
> • FileMaker Pro database and server experience strongly beneficial.
> • Demonstrated knowledge in hardware and software specific to the
>   school.
> • High school diploma and trade school degree, or appropriate
>   certifications
> • Minimum of 2 years experience in a similar position or equivalent
>   training and experience.
>
>
> Physical Requirements and Work Environment:
> Frequently lift up to 20 lb. of computer equipment.
> • Crawl under or around furniture to install computer equipment.
> • Climb ladders and reach to install computer wiring and perform other
>   tasks.
> • Works in standard office conditions and climate.
>
>
> Please direct all inquiries to:
>
> Peter Hoopes
> Director of Information Services
> St. Andrew's School
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