Little Snitch killing Lion Server..

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Little Snitch killing Lion Server..

Postby osx-addict » Wed Jan 11, 2012 8:52 pm

I recently (several weeks ago) upgraded my RAM on a 2011 Mac Mini server running the latest version of Lion. Shortly thereafter I installed (and purchased) Little Snitch on this machine.. For some time now I've had spontaneous reboots and kernel panics. I hadn't looked at the logs all that closely due to other activities going on at home until last night. The last kernel panic was in Little Snitch apparently and I think I've also seen it in one of the other logs. As of yesterday this machine was kernel panic'ing about 2-4 times per day.. Last night I uninstalled LS and it's not panic'd since.. Is there any issue with using LS with Lion Server? I'd send the kernel panic material but I don't know where it resides and whether the apple support tool that brought it up on screen for me to view deletes it afterwards or not.. I might have to look around with Tinkertool to see where they live..

P.S. I initially thought it might be the RAM that was new but have run exhaustive ram tests using memtest available from this website which indicated no issues after running it for several days..

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Re: Little Snitch killing Lion Server..

Postby manfred » Tue Jan 17, 2012 2:26 pm

Please contact our support via email and attach all notable crash and panic logs.
Little Snitch Logs are available at:
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/Library/Logs/LittleSnitchDaemon.log
~/Library/Logs/LittleSnitch Installer.log
~/Library/Logs/LittleSnitch Network Monitor.log
~/Library/Logs/LittleSnitch UIAgent.log

In addition, please also attach the following files:
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/var/log/kernel.log
/var/log/system.log

If there are any panic logs, you should see them in the following directory:
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~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/


In order to access ~/Library and /var/log, open your Finder.app, press ⇧⌘G and enter the desired folder.


Thanks!
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Re: Little Snitch killing Lion Server..

Postby rolandoletti » Thu Jan 19, 2012 1:28 am

I am (was) experiencing exactly the same.
After uninstalling LS everything has resumed its normal state again !

manfred, I also have the same hardware setup as osx-addict (hint).

osx-addict : did you send the stuff manfred suggested ?
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Re: Little Snitch killing Lion Server..

Postby manfred » Sun Feb 05, 2012 4:39 pm

rolandoletti wrote:osx-addict : did you send the stuff manfred suggested ?

Not that I know of. Rolando would be nice if you can send us the files (even if they date back).
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Re: Little Snitch killing Lion Server..

Postby Jim Dowson » Sat Mar 24, 2012 3:10 pm

I believe that my MacBook Air (OSX Lion Server 10.7.3) cpu pegging may also be due (at least in part) to LS.

I'll send details to the support email.
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