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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2003 9:59 am    Post subject: SEC process consuming high CPU time and phone lost Reply with quote

Don't know if this has occured to any of you, but it seems that sometimes, when SEC
tries to reconnect to the phone when it has lost it (and doesn't get it),

1) it gets very high on processor time (between 30 and 45% in terminal => % top -u)

2) it doesn't see the phone when it comes back in the vicinity

I have to quit SEC from the menu-item, and make the phone discoverable for my mac
to see it anew.

It usually happens when I got away from the mac for a while (like overnight, as my
bedroom is too far for Bluetooth range -luckily, my wife would kill me if I played with
my iMac from my bed, as she got me to stop using my airport powerbook at night
before sleeping!-)

Set up:
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bluetooth enabled T68i
bluetooth mode "ON"
SEC on (menu published) on phone via serial2 (alt+choose device, so as to avoid
Address book issue, as stated in FAQ)
Bluetooth 1.2.1 software installed

I do not think it is relted to SEC only, but the CPU consuming of SEC is a bit strange

Any clues re: this behaviour? (tell me if more info needed)

other related question:
anyone has a clue about the "automatic" mode of bluetooth on T68i? I would have
assumed that it was a mode that let Bluetooth sleep while no bluetooth device in
range, and enabled it again when necessary, but it seems not to be.


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