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Slow Log Out and Log In

I'm running on an iMac with OS X 10.8.4 and it seems that my Log Out 
and Log In times have become excessively long, Log Out taking about 45 
to 60 seconds and Log In taking about 200 to 240 seconds. Other than 
that there doesn't appear to be any sluggish performance. Is there 
something that can be done to reduce the Log Out and Log In times?

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In article <b2ekphFth6vU1@mid.individual.net>,
 TaliesinSoft <taliesinsoft@me.com> wrote:

> I'm running on an iMac with OS X 10.8.4 and it seems that my Log Out 
> and Log In times have become excessively long, Log Out taking about 45 
> to 60 seconds and Log In taking about 200 to 240 seconds. Other than 
> that there doesn't appear to be any sluggish performance. Is there 
> something that can be done to reduce the Log Out and Log In times?

Try logging in while pressing the the SHIFT key.  

If it's the same length of time, then something's setup in your account 
that's taking the longer time.  What that is depends on your system.  
Finding out what will not be easy.  Try creating a new account and see 
if that still has the problem.  If so, I suggest talking to Apple.  

If there *IS* a significant difference between startup with SHIFT 
pressed, then check your Login Items for something that might be causing 
the slowdown.

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vilain2 (2187)
6/19/2013 10:10:44 PM
On 2013-06-19 22:10:44 +0000, Michael Vilain said:

> In article <b2ekphFth6vU1@mid.individual.net>,
>  TaliesinSoft <taliesinsoft@me.com> wrote:
> 
>> I'm running on an iMac with OS X 10.8.4 and it seems that my Log Out
>> and Log In times have become excessively long, Log Out taking about 45
>> to 60 seconds and Log In taking about 200 to 240 seconds. Other than
>> that there doesn't appear to be any sluggish performance. Is there
>> something that can be done to reduce the Log Out and Log In times?
> 
> Try logging in while pressing the the SHIFT key.
> 
> If it's the same length of time, then something's setup in your account
> that's taking the longer time.  What that is depends on your system.
> Finding out what will not be easy.  Try creating a new account and see
> if that still has the problem.  If so, I suggest talking to Apple.
> 
> If there *IS* a significant difference between startup with SHIFT
> pressed, then check your Login Items for something that might be causing
> the slowdown.

Thanks for the reply.

Starting with the shift key held down didn't make any significant 
difference in the login time. Methinks this is time to go to the Apple 
store and let them have a look.

-- 
James Leo Ryan - Austin, Texas

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6/20/2013 12:25:13 AM
In article <b2f0f9F1bvhU1@mid.individual.net>,
 TaliesinSoft <taliesinsoft@me.com> wrote:

> On 2013-06-19 22:10:44 +0000, Michael Vilain said:
> 
> > In article <b2ekphFth6vU1@mid.individual.net>,
> >  TaliesinSoft <taliesinsoft@me.com> wrote:
> > 
> >> I'm running on an iMac with OS X 10.8.4 and it seems that my Log Out
> >> and Log In times have become excessively long, Log Out taking about 45
> >> to 60 seconds and Log In taking about 200 to 240 seconds. Other than
> >> that there doesn't appear to be any sluggish performance. Is there
> >> something that can be done to reduce the Log Out and Log In times?
> > 
> > Try logging in while pressing the the SHIFT key.
> > 
> > If it's the same length of time, then something's setup in your account
> > that's taking the longer time.  What that is depends on your system.
> > Finding out what will not be easy.  Try creating a new account and see
> > if that still has the problem.  If so, I suggest talking to Apple.
> > 
> > If there *IS* a significant difference between startup with SHIFT
> > pressed, then check your Login Items for something that might be causing
> > the slowdown.
> 
> Thanks for the reply.
> 
> Starting with the shift key held down didn't make any significant 
> difference in the login time. Methinks this is time to go to the Apple 
> store and let them have a look.

The only other thing I can think of is that you're using iCloud for 
something like mail or remote storage or other.  Unless you have 
something like Little Snitch set up to disable that, it's likely 
something that's being access by a basic login.

Did you try a new account or Guest?

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vilain2 (2187)
6/20/2013 7:36:35 AM
TaliesinSoft <taliesinsoft@me.com> wrote:

> Is there
> something that can be done to reduce the Log Out and Log In times?

Do you have a lot of applications running that have to save their state
at shutdown and start up automatically at log in?
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befr (22)
6/20/2013 7:51:24 AM
On 2013-06-20 07:51:24 +0000, Bernd Fr�hlich said:

> TaliesinSoft <taliesinsoft@me.com> wrote:
> 
>> Is there
>> something that can be done to reduce the Log Out and Log In times?
> 
> Do you have a lot of applications running that have to save their state
> at shutdown and start up automatically at log in?

Actually I rarely shut down my Mac. When I do there are no applications 
running.


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James Leo Ryan - Austin, Texas

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6/20/2013 10:56:14 AM
On Thu, 20 Jun 2013 06:56:14 -0400, TaliesinSoft wrote
(in article <b2g5eeF8k2cU1@mid.individual.net>):

> On 2013-06-20 07:51:24 +0000, Bernd Fr�hlich said:
> 
>> TaliesinSoft <taliesinsoft@me.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> Is there
>>> something that can be done to reduce the Log Out and Log In times?
>> 
>> Do you have a lot of applications running that have to save their state
>> at shutdown and start up automatically at log in?
> 
> Actually I rarely shut down my Mac. When I do there are no applications 
> running.
> 
> 
> 

If you rarely shut down your Mac, why are you logging in and logging 
out any more frequently?  Just curious.

-- 
Nelson

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nelson (339)
6/20/2013 11:30:51 AM
On 2013-06-20 11:30:51 +0000, Nelson said:

> On Thu, 20 Jun 2013 06:56:14 -0400, TaliesinSoft wrote
> (in article <b2g5eeF8k2cU1@mid.individual.net>):
> 
>> On 2013-06-20 07:51:24 +0000, Bernd Fr�hlich said:
>> 
>>> TaliesinSoft <taliesinsoft@me.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Is there
>>>> something that can be done to reduce the Log Out and Log In times?
>>> 
>>> Do you have a lot of applications running that have to save their state
>>> at shutdown and start up automatically at log in?
>> 
>> Actually I rarely shut down my Mac. When I do there are no applications
>> running.
> 
> If you rarely shut down your Mac, why are you logging in and logging
> out any more frequently?  Just curious.

Normally my Mac is left on continually, except when taken to a 
different locaation. Recently I noticed the significant lengthening of 
the Log Out and Log In times, and since then I have been shutting down 
and starting up just to see if there has been any significant change in 
those times.

-- 
James Leo Ryan - Austin, Texas

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6/20/2013 2:48:55 PM
On 2013-06-20 14:48:55 +0000, TaliesinSoft said:

> Normally my Mac is left on continually, except when taken to a 
> different locaation. Recently I noticed the significant lengthening of 
> the Log Out and Log In times, and since then I have been shutting down 
> and starting up just to see if there has been any significant change in 
> those times.

And methinks I have found the culprit….

I had two thumbdrives connected via a D-Link USB hub. When those 
thumbdrives are removed the Log In and Log Out times return to what I 
consider to be normal, about 10 seconds for Log Out and about 30 
seconds for Log In.

-- 
James Leo Ryan - Austin, Texas

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6/20/2013 5:26:19 PM
On 2013.06.20 13:26 , TaliesinSoft wrote:
> On 2013-06-20 14:48:55 +0000, TaliesinSoft said:
>
>> Normally my Mac is left on continually, except when taken to a
>> different locaation. Recently I noticed the significant lengthening of=

>> the Log Out and Log In times, and since then I have been shutting down=

>> and starting up just to see if there has been any significant change
>> in those times.
>
> And methinks I have found the culprit=E2=80=A6.
>
> I had two thumbdrives connected via a D-Link USB hub. When those
> thumbdrives are removed the Log In and Log Out times return to what I
> consider to be normal, about 10 seconds for Log Out and about 30 second=
s
> for Log In.

Out of curiosity, next time the thumb drives are connected, try going=20
into terminal and entering "purge", let that finish (1 - 20 seconds) and =

then log out.


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6/21/2013 8:49:09 PM
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