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22nd July 2015, 01:26 AM |#691  
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Ive also noticed them in the CM-nightlys. But i have no date since when they are present. Im doing some debugging when i arrive at home, though. (AFAIK the 2nd number should be the pid of the wakelocktrigger)

Were you using a custom kernel, like m5? I just want to rule out the kernel as a possible cause

Oh and i already searched for a process with that number as pid, no luck.
The logcat does contain a lot of entries coming from a process with that pid though. It's very weird o.O
 
 
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Were you using a custom kernel, like m5? I just want to rule out the kernel as a possible cause

Oh and i already searched for a process with that number as pid, no luck.
The logcat does contain a lot of entries coming from a process with that pid though. It's very weird o.O

Its present with the CM-Kernel and M5. I think the reason for that ****up should be in one of the recent commits from CM that also got merged into M5.
By the way: according to my rootshell the process which triggeres those wakelocks is system_server

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127|root@amami:/ # ps -p 930
USER PID PPID VSIZE RSS PRIO NICE RTPRI SCHED WCHAN PC NAME
system 930 352 1833468 170856 18 -2 0 0 ffffffff b6da3970 S system_server

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Its present with the CM-Kernel and M5. I think the reason for that ****up should be in one of the recent commits from CM that also got merged into M5.
By the way: according to my rootshell the process which triggeres those wakelocks is system_server

Nice, good to know it's not m5. I was worried about that
Guess i could check the latest commits by cm and see if i can notice anything that would cause this

Edit : just checked logcat in the time the device was idle. I noticed that process 932 is writing to the log about Google backup calls.
I have for now disabled Google backup. Hopefully this will help
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Edit : just checked logcat in the time the device was idle. I noticed that process 932 is writing to the log about Google backup calls.
I have for now disabled Google backup. Hopefully this will help

has it helped?
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has it helped?

device charging now, will leave it to discharge at night. I'll know more tomorrow

Edit: nope, disabling Google backup didn't help
I still get those wakelocks
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device charging now, will leave it to discharge at night. I'll know more tomorrow

Edit: nope, disabling Google backup didn't help
I still get those wakelocks

Any other idea so far?
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Any other idea so far?

Yes
Tested at night and just disabled wifi. So only mobile data was active.
I lost only 4% in 6 hours
So try disabling wifi and let's see if it fixes the issue for you to
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Tested at night and just disabled wifi. So only mobile data was active.
I lost only 4% in 6 hours
So try disabling wifi and let's see if it fixes the issue for you to

Its not really an option. The coverage at my home is pretty bad and i am using pushover to relay important stuff that happens overnight to my phone (to wake me up if necassesary).
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Its not really an option. The coverage at my home is pretty bad and i am using pushover to relay important stuff that happens overnight to my phone (to wake me up if necassesary).

I'm sorry that you can't fix it
It really does improve the battery, here's a screenshot
Please ignore the wifi bar, since it's bugged.
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