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  1. #1

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    May 05, 2010
    Exclamation Syslogd at 200%!!
    Hey everyone, my macbook pro 17 inch has been running really hot, when i checked the activity monitor, the process "syslogd" is running at 180-200%! I'm on os lion 10.7.2. is there anything do fix this? my cpu was running at 98 degrees Celsius!!!

    Thank You


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    Oct 19, 2008
    Early 2015 13" rMBP
    Time Machine has been known to abuse syslogd (for whatever reason). Open up System Preferences and disable Time Machine. Next, quit the syslogd process in Activity Monitor. It will restart but it should no longer use up a lot of resources. If that fixes it, let us know and we can go from there.
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  3. #3

    Member Since
    May 05, 2010
    Rebooted, now its back to normal. I tried some programs to see if one of them does this, the culprit was office 2011 for mac. When I would open some files, office would freeze up and give me the beach ball. When I would force quite the syslogd would go nuts. Has anyone had this problem with office?

    System specs:
    core i7 2.66ghz
    8gb of ram
    512gb solid state drive


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