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CEOS

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Hi folks

everything on my system works well, but there is still a thing i don´t understand.

i have a full patched DSDT for my EP45-DS3R.
it includes vanilla speedstep/powermanagement and i can use my system without the need of a cpudisabler.

but if i boot the system in verbose i can see the message "SystemShutdown false"
after this message appears, there is a little time nothing happens (5-7 sec)
then time verbose log continues.

now my question:
what exactly does this message mean ?
i´m quite sure it has something to do with vanilla powermanagement, but is completely patched on my system :confused:
so why is there still this message and how can i get rid of it ?
think this will minimize the boot time a bit...

My "Hackintosh"
• Intel Core2Quad Q6600 (g0)
• PNY 8800gts 512 (g92)
• Gigabyte Ga EP45-DS3R (Rev 1; BIOS v. f11e)
• 2x2gb OCZ 1066MHz DDR3
• D-Link DWA 547 RangeBooster N

Drives
• HL-DT-STDVD-RAM GH22LS30
• SAMSUNG HD250HJ : Windows 7 Ultimate x64
• SAMSUNG HD161HJ :  Snow Leopard 10.6.3
• SAMSUNG HD103UJ : Backup
and several externel Hard Drives

Bootloader
• AsereBLN Booter v. 1.1.9 on USB Stick

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I get that too but only really noticed it after i rebooted. I don't think I get it when cold booting. Do you see that or do you get the message regardless of whether you are cold booting or rebooting?

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I do get the message regardless of whether I'm cold booting or rebooting
Motherboard GA-EP45-DS4 F10b, CPU: Q9550, GPU: Palit Geforce 9500GT 1GB passive, EFI-X v1 Chameleon 2.0RC3 - OS X 10.6.2 (audio via a C-MEDIA usb dongle)

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CEOS

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I do get the message regardless of whether I'm cold booting or rebooting


same here :(

My "Hackintosh"
• Intel Core2Quad Q6600 (g0)
• PNY 8800gts 512 (g92)
• Gigabyte Ga EP45-DS3R (Rev 1; BIOS v. f11e)
• 2x2gb OCZ 1066MHz DDR3
• D-Link DWA 547 RangeBooster N

Drives
• HL-DT-STDVD-RAM GH22LS30
• SAMSUNG HD250HJ : Windows 7 Ultimate x64
• SAMSUNG HD161HJ :  Snow Leopard 10.6.3
• SAMSUNG HD103UJ : Backup
and several externel Hard Drives

Bootloader
• AsereBLN Booter v. 1.1.9 on USB Stick

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anika200

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I have this same error every boot. There are two things that make this annoying. The first, the fact that I may not be shutting down properly and losing or corrupting data. The second, it takes forever to boot (30-60) seconds because OSX runs fsck at every boot because it thinks the system was just turned off. Normally a real mac would boot in 15 sec or less.

I have tried both 32 and 64 bit OpenHaltReset (I have a 64 bit system and the kernel is actually running in 64 bit) and I have also tried EvOreboot. Both lead to the same errors on boot. Any ideas?

Here is the error in kernel.log

Jan 23 09:16:15 localhost kernel[0]: systemShutdown false
Jan 23 09:16:28 Hackintosh-Pro kernel[0]: Waiting for DSMOS...
Jan 23 09:16:30 Hackintosh-Pro kernel[0]: NTFS driver 3.1 [Flags: R/W].
Jan 23 09:16:30 Hackintosh-Pro kernel[0]: NTFS volume name , version 3.1.
Jan 23 09:16:31 Hackintosh-Pro kernel[0]: Previous Shutdown Cause: 0


I have pretty much ruled out the NTFS partition as the culprit even though it appears in the area of the log. Unless everyone with problems has a NTFS partition? I have booted into the NTFS partition and run chkdsk /r and this also does not change the error.

I am running a pretty plain GA-G31M with Chameleon rc4 and the minimum extensions in Extra.

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I get the same message:

Jan 23 08:54:23 localhost kernel[0]: systemShutdown false
Jan 23 08:54:25 LianLi kernel[0]: Previous Shutdown Cause: 0
Jan 23 08:54:26 LianLi kernel[0]: NVDANV50HAL loaded and registered.
Jan 23 08:54:26 LianLi kernel[0]: DSMOS has arrived
Jan 23 08:54:26 LianLi kernel[0]: AppleRTL8169Ethernet: Ethernet address -


etc.

No NTFS partition, only using 2 kexts - FakeSMC 2.5 and NullCPUPowerManagement.
Chameleon RC4 / AseseBLN 1.1.7 'boot' | Mac OS X 10.6.2
MB: Gigabyte GA-G33M-DS2R (BIOS F9a)
CPU: Intel Dual Core E5300 2.6GHz
GPU: Gigabyte Nvidia 8600GT (256mb)
RAM: 4GB Corsair (DDR2-800)
LAN: Netgear GA311
HDD: Samsung HD502HJ 500GB | DVD: Pioneer DVR-217L

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Same here, I also get systemShutdown false, Previous Shutdown Cause: 0 on boot. Extensions used are FakeSMC.kext 2.5 and JMicronATA.kext.
MoBo: Gigabyte EP45-DS3R (F11e)
Cpu: Intel Q9550 @ 2.83GHz
Gfx: Palit Geforce 9500 GT 1GB passive
Mem: 4GB OCZ Reaper PC800
Snd: TerraTec Audiosystem EWX 24/96
SCSI: Adaptec AHA-2940UW (not working under Mac OS X)
Hdd 1: 1TB Seagate ST31000528AS
Hdd 2: 1TB Seagate ST31000528AS
Dvd: LG GSA-4167B (IDE)
Cd: Plextor PlexWriter Premium (IDE)
MacOS: AsereBLN Booter 1.1.9 (Chameleon 2.0 RC4/PCEFI10.5 based) & OS X 10.6.5

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I don't think this is a problem. I just checked the log on my MacBook Pro and i see the same thing: "systemShutdown false". I also see "systemShutdown true" in the log just before it reboots the system. This is also true on my hackintosh.

If you're seeing fsck running at every boot, there must be something else going on there. I'm using @CEOS' latest DSDT with a patch on the USBE/USE2 ports to allow the Apple aluminum keyboard and mouse to wake the system from sleep.

One thing i do notice, on my hack, the entry "Previous Shutdown Cause" is always 0 while on my MBP it shows a code of -60.
EP45-DS3R bios F11e
Q6600 Overclocked to 3.0Ghz
Nvidia 8800GT 512MB
2x1TB WD 7200 HD
Samsung DVD+R

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I don't think this is a problem. I just checked the log on my MacBook Pro and i see the same thing: "systemShutdown false". I also see "systemShutdown true" in the log just before it reboots the system. This is also true on my hackintosh.

If you're seeing fsck running at every boot, there must be something else going on there. I'm using @CEOS' latest DSDT with a patch on the USBE/USE2 ports to allow the Apple aluminum keyboard and mouse to wake the system from sleep.


I just checked my logs and I've also got 'systemShutdown true'. On your Macbook Pro what have you got in your fsck_hfs.log file?

Thanks.
Chameleon RC4 / AseseBLN 1.1.7 'boot' | Mac OS X 10.6.2
MB: Gigabyte GA-G33M-DS2R (BIOS F9a)
CPU: Intel Dual Core E5300 2.6GHz
GPU: Gigabyte Nvidia 8600GT (256mb)
RAM: 4GB Corsair (DDR2-800)
LAN: Netgear GA311
HDD: Samsung HD502HJ 500GB | DVD: Pioneer DVR-217L

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I just checked my logs and I've also got 'systemShutdown true'. On your Macbook Pro what have you got in your fsck_hfs.log file?

From my MBP:
/dev/rdisk0s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 08:41:17 2010
   Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).

/dev/rdisk0s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 08:41:21 2010
/dev/rdisk0s2: ** /dev/rdisk0s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk0s2: ** Root file system
/dev/rdisk0s2:    Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
From my Hackintosh:
/dev/rdisk0s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 13:16:40 2010
   Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).

/dev/rdisk0s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 13:16:44 2010
/dev/rdisk0s2: ** /dev/rdisk0s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk0s2: ** Root file system
/dev/rdisk0s2:    Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).

/dev/rdisk1s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 13:16:44 2010
/dev/rdisk1s2: ** /dev/rdisk1s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk1s2:    Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN

/dev/rdisk5s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 13:16:54 2010
/dev/rdisk5s2: ** /dev/rdisk5s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk5s2:    Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN

/dev/rdisk5s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 13:17:08 2010
/dev/rdisk5s2: ** /dev/rdisk5s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk5s2:    Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN

/dev/rdisk5s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 13:17:20 2010
/dev/rdisk5s2: ** /dev/rdisk5s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk5s2:    Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN

/dev/rdisk5s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 13:18:09 2010
/dev/rdisk5s2: ** /dev/rdisk5s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk5s2:    Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN

/dev/rdisk5s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 13:18:20 2010
/dev/rdisk5s2: ** /dev/rdisk5s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk5s2:    Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN
I've been installed things on my hack and rebooting alot today, hence the multiple entries but there's nothing from the filesystem check log to indicate that its having issues while rebooting or cold booting.
EP45-DS3R bios F11e
Q6600 Overclocked to 3.0Ghz
Nvidia 8800GT 512MB
2x1TB WD 7200 HD
Samsung DVD+R

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anika200

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I also have the

Hackintosh-Pro kernel[0]: systemShutdown true

so that makes me feel better. Thanks for pointing that out I was kinda worried there. On the other hand I looked in the fsck_hfs.log (never noticed it before) and the entries indicate a check of all my partitions at boot. I guess this is the reason for the long boot? Actually it really only spans 9 seconds so thats not so bad.

/dev/rdisk2s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 07:51:39 2010
Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).

/dev/rdisk1s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 07:51:45 2010

/dev/rdisk2s1: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 07:51:45 2010
/dev/rdisk1s2: ** /dev/rdisk1s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk1s2: Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN
/dev/rdisk2s1: ** /dev/rdisk2s1 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk2s1: Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN

/dev/rdisk2s2: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 07:51:48 2010
/dev/rdisk2s2: ** /dev/rdisk2s2 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk2s2: ** Root file system
/dev/rdisk2s2: Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).

/dev/rdisk1s3: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 07:51:48 2010
/dev/rdisk1s3: ** /dev/rdisk1s3 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk1s3: Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN

/dev/rdisk1s4: fsck_hfs run at Sun Jan 24 07:51:48 2010
/dev/rdisk1s4: ** /dev/rdisk1s4 (NO WRITE)
/dev/rdisk1s4: Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-491~1).
QUICKCHECK ONLY; FILESYSTEM CLEAN




I wonder if there is a way to turn this off even if temporary to see if boot times improve?

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same problem !!!

please post a EASY thing for me!
(a kext)

sorry i am new in this hackintosh community!!!

big thx to my helper!!! :D




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