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Gavin Stokes 02/14/2009 07:49PM Re: Could not setup Mach task special port 9: (os/kern) no access Rob Lesley 05/05/2009 06:33AM Re: Could not setup Mach task special port 9: (os/kern) no It offers some techniques to track down where the cron job responsible for the messages is at. MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products. Where should/can I go from here? Source

and you're not completely prepared to have to firewire into your machine and replace the hacked launchd with the original again... Dylan Previous message: [Mailman-Users] Error: Mach task special port 9 Next message: [Mailman-Users] Error: Mach task special port 9 Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] Tags: 9, apple, console, error, fixed, launchd, mach, os, osx, solution, solved, x This entry was posted on May 16, 2011, 7:55 pm and is filed under OS X, Technology, Things In the crontab, I'm setting the PATH, SHELL and HOME variables; the apps, which are written in python, all run properly and with the expected R/W access to the equipment, directories check my site

I have little idea how you would debug the actual error. Anytime I click on the system preference I get the above error in the logs. Aug 19, 2008 9:03 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by llee, llee Aug 20, 2008 6:24 AM in response to Eric Blair Level 1 (100 points) Aug Source: 1 StartInterval will simply run it that many seconds from when the job was last run.

What you end up doing is starting the processes very exactly. –Darryl Hein Oct 9 '09 at 7:16 The other issue is that we couldn't find an reasonable way Louis, MO #5 rdowns said: ↑ Go easy on me. So it is clear that called procedure isn't doing anything to those parameters; they are just used to report the error if it occurs -- because if the error doesn't occur, Error handling, such as it is, won't change, but the logging...

This discussion is locked            Jim Rhody Level 1 (0 points) Q: "Could not setup Mach task special port 9: (os/kern) no access" As you can see from the past It's not really a program... this is the finished code:

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account.ChromeExportBookmarks.Launchd
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http://serverfault.com/questions/35293/osx-cron-causing-the-following-error-could-not-setup-mach-task-special-port-9 So I fixed it. :) Yes, my cron jobs are now running quietly and correctly, the way they always should have.

but this explains a bunch of non-system stuff running even though i cannot see and turn it off in startup/login items. This procedure call to mach_error_string turns out to be a unique signature in the 10.5.8 version of launchd -- it only occurs once in the source code. coincidence? So… Apple gives us a bug; drops the ball on fixing it; I entirely lost patience and hacked it out of my face.

And I'm not calling task_for_pid. http://nerdlogger.com/2010/08/26/osx-server-could-not-setup-mach-task-special-port-9/ which means i can turn some of that stuff off. And there you have it. So be aware of that.

Both of these things are issues that cron solved many years ago and now launchd is trying to replace, but just isn't there yet. –Darryl Hein Oct 9 '09 at 7:17 this contact form You can create a launchd job using a GUI such as Lingon if you'd prefer instead of making the .plist yourself. I have real work to do and I need to use the console output in that work. That allowed me to precisely locate the code within the launchd executable.

Only signed code is allowed to call task_for_pid(). –user23743 Apr 28 '11 at 7:46 Graham, I don't know what a "signed" application is. What we need to do here is replace that with something harmless (in context) of the same length. I went and read up on launchd; and while I agree it looks like it could launch my three tasks at the appropriate intervals, it also looks to me like in http://strobelfilms.com/could-not/could-not-setup-mach-task-special-port-9-mysql.html If you need to replace the cron jobs with launchd jobs, I would try using Lingon.

Learn more technical stuff here.Launchd is pretty good, and Lingon makes it great. There's only one instance of this binary string in the entire file. It won't help a PPC system, sorry. –fyngyrz Mar 4 '14 at 23:28 OK - thanks - that explains it - I wonder what the PPC fix is -

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You can always put it back if something worse than no sleep happens. Send us an email b. Really. Report back any progress as it seems to be an issue for a number of people as I was Google searching around.

See that page to verify and remove it!http://www.ehow.com/how2128387remove-osxrspluga-trojan-horse-mac.html Jul 16, 2008 6:26 AM Helpful (1) Reply options Link to this post by Nathan Zamprogno, Nathan Zamprogno Aug 6, 2008 6:12 AM And there you have it. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Check This Out more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed

A Page of Puzzling How much effort (and why) should consumers put into protecting their credit card numbers? First, although the hack is quite specific, it isn't quite what I'd call surgically precise; it is possible that there might be lurking somewhere a situation that would legitimately call for Posted by Matt Connolly at 5:36 PM No comments: Post a Comment Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) NO CLEAN FEED! Ok then, you asked for it: Searching for the error message, or fragments of it, through the 10.5.8 OSX source code at http://www.opensource.apple.com/ eventually turns up launchd_core_logic.c: kern_return_t job_mig_post_fork_ping(job_t j, task_t

I want to become a living god! Here's the relevant portion of the disassembly: +193 0000fcd9 e87e050100 calll 0x0002025c _mach_error_string +198 0000fcde 89442410 movl %eax,0x10(%esp) +202 0000fce2 8b462c movl 0x2c(%esi),%eax +205 0000fce5 c7442408b8b90100 movl $0x0001b9b8,0x08(%esp) +213 0000fced 895c2404 I did find a description, also clear as mud, here: (opensource.apple.com/source/xnu/xnu-1456.1.26/osfmk/man/…) –fyngyrz Apr 27 '11 at 21:22 Is your application signed? Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map Contact Apple current community blog chat Server Fault Meta Server Fault your communities Sign up or log in to customize

no more "Could not setup Mach task special port %u: %s" messages. Most of Google's search results also don't have conclusive mention of what the error actually means. That's not the kind of thing the serious Koolaid drinkers at Apple would ever do. Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion

Recently though I noticed an icon in the dock show up for a flash and then disappear, but show enough to move my other icons. current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Aug 15, 2008 7:05 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Bytesmiths, Bytesmiths Aug 16, 2008 4:43 PM in response to Jim Rhody Level 1 (70 points) Aug Not as technical as you.