Reply Drew says: July 25, 2015 at 9:33 pm Forgot to mention reinstall took aobut 2 hours the rest another 2 hours. Reply Scott Lewis says: January 15, 2016 at 7:17 am Mike, it means reboot with the USB drive you use for Time Machine plugged into your computer so it's seen right You cannot add it to the privacy list." Reply buck says: April 1, 2014 at 10:13 am I would suggest checking console and filtering for backupd before going through this process. could you help me, please? http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20100201062908134
Enjoy this tip? As I said before: reboot, SMC, PRAM reset doesn't make sense. CC copied the last files quickly. You will get this: "“Backups.backupdb” is a Time Machine backup folder.
Maybe I should add that as a tip. OS X will reboot as usual, and the Finder preference file will automatically regenerate itself. Even simple animations are much slower. Hiutil El Capitan Reply Zane says: October 4, 2015 at 3:14 am i actually cant backup my computer, i have tried everything, i have lost half of all my work.
It is usually applications that “leak” memory that in the end makes the computer feel slow and sluggish. So I checked Activity Monitor, & chose CPU to see what's sucking up all CPU time: MDS! Solving slow mac performance using money to buy new hardware is one option of course. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1730143?start=0&tstart=0 Reply Jerry Krinock says: July 22, 2016 at 3:29 pm In macOS 10.11, System Preferences does not allow you to do this.
I mean I get your point that hourly backup may be too much, and TimeMachineEditor does seem to be an awesome app to adjust backup frequency. How To Disable Hiutil No rude, offensive, or hateful comments. This is absolutely unacceptable. I thought Preparing was taking a long time until I opened Preferences where it indicated it was Cleaning up old backups… so I wait a little longer and it backed up
Make sure you make an ADMIN user at the top drop down panel. I have speed again. Hiutil Cpu Yes it is true that Macs arent immune to malware anymore. What Is Suggestd I really want to install th latest xCode as well.
Thank you!! check over here Some of the things I tried were: Verify Disk & Verify Disk Permissions in Disk Utility Fiddle with the mdutil command to disable/re-enable indexing Manually removing the /.Spotlight-V100 directory so that Plan to have down time to do this. You should clean out these too. Hiutil Sierra
In case anyone's interested in doing this too, I used this guy's tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyjWd2Bs57c Then: 1. Delete the file. Worked like a charm! his comment is here Whats Spotlight and how do I make it run?
Thanks Reply Andrew says: July 30, 2015 at 12:02 pm I have the same problem. and it did some serious damage to my files, even removed files it shouldn't have) ……however, even though you can't get rid of it, you can stop its interference. About 45 minutes later Spotlight had indexed all 580GB of data. El Capitan High Cpu Usage Thanks.
I opened it and the console. very usefull tip, lsof is our friend 🙂 had the same issue since 2 days, mds hanged at 100% cpu, found 2 files with name like "-12345" in private directory, removed Spotlight took about three hours to completely index, and then when I ran Time Machine again after indexing it only "Prepared" for about five minutes and then began a proper backup. weblink The way how the mac mini is designed it actually has to become too hot when not in an airconditioned environment.
Finder CPU usage climbs quickly to ~110% when Pathfinder is running. Something you should have chosen yourself. Enter your email address below: Related articles: Get your LAN IP Address in Mac OS XNew Finder Announced for Mac OS X 10.5 LeopardShow a Dock Item in Finder on Mac Have had the slow script since MacKeeper.