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Eingegeben habe ich Kates Befehl
$ sudo pmset repeat cancel
Befehl nicht bekannt
Ohne das $ hatte ich weiter oben geschrieben, geht auch nicht.

Post #19 war copy/paste aus dem Terminalfenster

PS: OS ist auf dem neuesten Stand
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Mach ma in deinem Terminal:

man pmset

Da kommt dann der Befehl zum Zurücksetzen auch in den Erklärungen.

TYpischerweise muss man sich mittels sudo erst einmal die Rechte beschaffen, so dass es in der Praxis:

sudo pmset repeat cancel

lautet.

Möglicherweise hast du ein macOS in dem pmset etwas anders ist.
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Bekomme das:

NAME
pmset – manipulate power management settings

SYNOPSIS
pmset [-a | -b | -c | -u] [setting value] [...]
pmset -u [haltlevel percent] [haltafter minutes] [haltremain minutes]
pmset -g [option]
pmset schedule [cancel | cancelall] type date+time [owner]
pmset repeat cancel
pmset repeat type weekdays time
pmset relative [wake | poweron] seconds
pmset [touch | sleepnow | displaysleepnow | boot]

DESCRIPTION
pmset manages power management settings such as idle sleep timing, wake
on administrative access, automatic restart on power loss, etc.

Note that processes may dynamically override these power management
settings by using I/O Kit power assertions. Whenever processes override
any system power settings, pmset will list those processes and their
power assertions in -g and -g assertions. See caffeinate(8).

SETTING
pmset can modify the values of any of the power management settings
defined below. You may specify one or more setting & value pairs on the
command-line invocation of pmset. The -a, -b, -c, -u flags determine
whether the settings apply to battery ( -b ), charger (wall power) ( -c
), UPS ( -u ) or all ( -a ).

Use a minutes argument of 0 to set the idle time to never for sleep
disksleep and displaysleep

pmset must be run as root in order to modify any settings.

SETTINGS
displaysleep - display sleep timer; replaces 'dim' argument in 10.4
(value in minutes, or 0 to disable)
disksleep - disk spindown timer; replaces 'spindown' argument in 10.4
(value in minutes, or 0 to disable)
sleep - system sleep timer (value in minutes, or 0 to disable)
womp - wake on ethernet magic packet (value = 0/1). Same as "Wake for
network access" in System Settings.
ring - wake on modem ring (value = 0/1)
powernap - enable/disable Power Nap on supported machines (value = 0/1)
proximitywake - On supported systems, this option controls system wake
from sleep based on proximity of devices using same iCloud id. (value =
0/1)
autorestart - automatic restart on power loss (value = 0/1)
lidwake - wake the machine when the laptop lid (or clamshell) is opened
(value = 0/1)
acwake - wake the machine when power source (AC/battery) is changed
(value = 0/1)
lessbright - slightly turn down display brightness when switching to this
power source (value = 0/1)
halfdim - display sleep will use an intermediate half-brightness state
between full brightness and fully off (value = 0/1)
sms - use Sudden Motion Sensor to park disk heads on sudden changes in G
force (value = 0/1)
hibernatemode - change hibernation mode. Please use caution. (value =
integer)
hibernatefile - change hibernation image file location. Image may only be
located on the root volume. Please use caution. (value = path)
ttyskeepawake - prevent idle system sleep when any tty (e.g. remote login
session) is 'active'. A tty is 'inactive' only when its idle time exceeds
the system sleep timer. (value = 0/1)
networkoversleep - this setting affects how OS X networking presents
shared network services during system sleep. This setting is not used by
all platforms; changing its value is unsupported.
destroyfvkeyonstandby - Destroy File Vault Key when going to standby
mode. By default File vault keys are retained even when system goes to
standby. If the keys are destroyed, user will be prompted to enter the
password while coming out of standby mode.(value: 1 - Destroy, 0 -
Retain)

GETTING
-g (with no argument) will display the settings currently in use.
-g live displays the settings currently in use.
-g custom displays custom settings for all power sources.
-g cap displays which power management features the machine supports.
-g sched displays scheduled startup/wake and shutdown/sleep events.
-g ups displays UPS emergency thresholds.
-g ps / batt displays status of batteries and UPSs.
-g pslog displays an ongoing log of power source (battery and UPS) state.
-g rawlog displays an ongoing log of battery state as read directly from
battery.
-g therm shows thermal conditions that affect CPU speed. Not available on
all platforms.
-g thermlog shows a log of thermal notifications that affect CPU speed.
Not available on all platforms.
-g assertions displays a summary of power assertions. Assertions may
prevent system sleep or display sleep. Available 10.6 and later.
-g assertionslog shows a log of assertion creations and releases.
Available 10.6 and later.
-g sysload displays the "system load advisory" - a summary of system
activity available from the IOGetSystemLoadAdvisory API. Available 10.6
and later.
-g sysloadlog displays an ongoing log of lives changes to the system load
advisory. Available 10.6 and later.
-g ac / adapter will display details about an attached AC power adapter.
Only supported for MacBook and MacBook Pro.
-g log displays a history of sleeps, wakes, and other power management
events. This log is for admin & debugging purposes.
-g uuid displays the currently active sleep/wake UUID; used within OS X
to correlate sleep/wake activity within one sleep cycle. history
-g uuidlog displays the currently active sleep/wake UUID, and prints a
new UUID as they're set by the system.
-g history is a debugging tool. Prints a timeline of system sleeplwake
UUIDs, when enabled with boot-arg io=0x3000000.
-g historydetailed Prints driver-level timings for a sleep/wake. Pass a
UUID as an argument.
-g powerstate [class names] Prints the current power states for I/O Kit
drivers. Caller may provide one or more I/O Kit class names (separated by
spaces) as an argument. If no classes are provided, it will print all
drivers' power states.
-g powerstatelog [-i interval] [class names] Periodically prints the
power state residency times for some drivers. Caller may provide one or
more I/O Kit class names (separated by spaces). If no classes are
provided, it will log the IOPower plane's root registry entry. Caller may
specify a polling interval, in seconds with -i <polling interval>;
otherwise it defaults to 5 seconds.
-g stats Prints the counts for number sleeps and wakes system has gone
thru since boot.
-g systemstate Prints the current power state of the system and available
capabilites.
-g everything Prints output from every argument under the GETTING header.
This is useful for quickly collecting all the output that pmset provides.
Available in 10.8.

SAFE SLEEP ARGUMENTS
hibernatemode supports values of 0, 3, or 25. Whether or not a
hibernation image gets written is also dependent on the values of standby
and autopoweroff

For example, on desktops that support standby a hibernation image will be
written after the specified standbydelay time. To disable hibernation
images completely, ensure hibernatemode standby and autopoweroff are all
set to 0.

hibernatemode = 0 by default on desktops. The system will not back memory
up to persistent storage. The system must wake from the contents of
memory; the system will lose context on power loss. This is,
historically, plain old sleep.

hibernatemode = 3 by default on portables. The system will store a copy
of memory to persistent storage (the disk), and will power memory during
sleep. The system will wake from memory, unless a power loss forces it to
restore from hibernate image.

hibernatemode = 25 is only settable via pmset. The system will store a
copy of memory to persistent storage (the disk), and will remove power to
memory. The system will restore from disk image. If you want
"hibernation" - slower sleeps, slower wakes, and better battery life, you
should use this setting.

Please note that hibernatefile may only point to a file located on the
root volume.

STANDBY ARGUMENTS
standby causes kernel power management to automatically hibernate a
machine after it has slept for a specified time period. This saves power
while asleep. This setting defaults to ON for supported hardware. The
setting standby will be visible in pmset -g if the feature is supported
on this machine.

standbydelayhigh and standbydelaylow specify the delay, in seconds,
before writing the hibernation image to disk and powering off memory for
Standby. standbydelayhigh is used when the remaining battery capacity is
above highstandbythreshold , and standbydelaylow is used when the
remaining battery capacity is below highstandbythreshold.

highstandbythreshold has a default value of 50 percent.

autopoweroff is enabled by default on supported platforms as an
implementation of Lot 6 to the European Energy-related Products
Directive. After sleeping for <autopoweroffdelay> seconds, the system
will write a hibernation image and go into a lower power chipset sleep.
Wakeups from this state will take longer than wakeups from regular sleep.

autopoweroffdelay specifies the delay, in seconds, before entering
autopoweroff mode.

UPS SPECIFIC ARGUMENTS
UPS-specific arguments are only valid following the -u option. UPS
settings also have an on/off value. Use a -1 argument instead of percent
or minutes to turn any of these settings off. If multiple halt conditions
are specified, the system will halt on the first condition that occurs in
a low power situation.

haltlevel - when draining UPS battery, battery level at which to trigger
an emergency shutdown (value in %)
haltafter - when draining UPS battery, trigger emergency shutdown after
this long running on UPS power (value in minutes, or 0 to disable)
haltremain - when draining UPS battery, trigger emergency shutdown when
this much time remaining on UPS power is estimated (value in minutes, or
0 to disable)

Note: None of these settings are observed on a system with support for an
internal battery, such as a laptop. UPS emergency shutdown settings are
for desktop and server only.

SCHEDULED EVENT ARGUMENTS
pmset allows you to schedule system sleep, shutdown, wakeup and/or power
on. "schedule" is for setting up one-time power events, and "repeat" is
for setting up daily/weekly power on and power off events. Note that you
may only have one pair of repeating events scheduled - a "power on" event
and a "power off" event. For sleep cycling applications, pmset can
schedule a "relative" wakeup or poweron to occur in seconds from the end
of system sleep/shutdown, but this event cannot be cancelled and is
inherently imprecise.

type - one of sleep, wake, poweron, shutdown, wakeorpoweron
date/time - "MM/dd/yy HH:mm:ss" (in 24 hour format; must be in quotes)
time - HH:mm:ss
weekdays - a subset of MTWRFSU ("M" and "MTWRF" are valid strings)
owner - a string describing the person or program who is scheduling this
one-time power event (optional)

POWER SOURCE ARGUMENTS
-g with a 'batt' or 'ps' argument will show the state of all attached
power sources.

-g with a 'pslog' or 'rawlog' argument is normally used for debugging,
such as isolating a problem with an aging battery.

OTHER ARGUMENTS
boot - tell the kernel that system boot is complete (normally LoginWindow
does this). May be useful to Darwin users.
touch - PM re-reads existing settings from disk.
noidle - pmset prevents idle sleep by creating a PM assertion to prevent
idle sleep(while running; hit ctrl-c to cancel). This argument is
deprecated in favor of caffeinate(8). Please use caffeinate(8) instead.
sleepnow - causes an immediate system sleep.
restoredefaults - Restores power management settings to their default
values.
displaysleepnow - causes display to go to sleep immediately.
resetdisplayambientparams - resets the ambient light parameters for
certain Apple displays.
dim - deprecated in 10.4 in favor of 'displaysleep'. 'dim' will continue
to work.
spindown - deprecated in 10.4 in favor of 'disksleep'. 'spindown' will
continue to work.

EXAMPLES
This command sets displaysleep to a 5 minute timer on battery power,
leaving other settings on battery power and other power sources
unperturbed.

pmset -b displaysleep 5

Sets displaysleep to 10, disksleep to 10, system sleep to 30, and turns
on WakeOnMagicPacket for ALL power sources (AC, Battery, and UPS) as
appropriate

pmset -a displaysleep 10 disksleep 10 sleep 30 womp 1

For a system with an attached and supported UPS, this instructs the
system to perform an emergency shutdown when UPS battery drains to below
40%.

pmset -u haltlevel 40

For a system with an attached and supported UPS, this instructs the
system to perform an emergency shutdown when UPS battery drains to below
25%, or when the UPS estimates it has less than 30 minutes remaining
runtime. The system shuts down as soon as either of these conditions is
met.

pmset -u haltlevel 25 haltremain 30

For a system with an attached and supported UPS, this instructs the
system to perform an emergency shutdown after 2 minutes of running on UPS
battery power.

pmset -u haltafter 2

Schedules the system to automatically wake from sleep on July 4, 2016, at
8PM.

pmset schedule wake "07/04/16 20:00:00"

Schedules a repeating shutdown to occur each day, Tuesday through
Saturday, at 11AM.

pmset repeat shutdown TWRFS 11:00:00

Schedules a repeating wake or power on event every tuesday at 12:00 noon,
and a repeating sleep event every night at 8:00 PM.

pmset repeat wakeorpoweron T 12:00:00 sleep MTWRFSU 20:00:00

Cancels all scheduled system sleep, shutdown, wake, and power on events.

pmset repeat cancel

Prints the power management settings in use by the system.

pmset -g

Prints a snapshot of battery/power source state at the moment.

pmset -g batt

If your system suddenly sleeps on battery power with 20-50% of capacity
remaining, leave this command running in a Terminal window. When you see
the problem and later power and wake the computer, you'll be able to
detect sudden discontinuities (like a jump from 30% to 0%) indicative of
an aging battery.

pmset -g pslog

SEE ALSO
caffeinate(8)

FILES
All changes made through pmset are saved in a persistent preferences file
(per-system, not per-user) at
/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.PowerManagement.plist

Scheduled power on/off events are stored separately in
/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.AutoWake.plist

pmset modifies the same file that System Settings modifies.

Darwin November 9, 2012 Darwin
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Genau. Da steht es auch nochmal drin, etwa 30 Zeilen vor Ende.
Cancels all scheduled system sleep, shutdown, wake, and power on events.

pmset repeat cancel
Bei dir musst du also, so wie geschreiben:

"dein Prompt, irgendwas mit $ oder > " sudo pmset repeat cancel <return>

eingeben.
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Befehl "sudo pmset repeat cancel" wurde jetzt akzeptiert, komisch, hatte heute morgen das gleiche eingegeben, da kam "command not found"...
nachher werde ich wissen, ob auch tatsächlich kein Neustart mehr erfolgt
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Befehl "sudo pmset repeat cancel" wurde jetzt akzeptiert, komisch, hatte heute morgen das gleiche eingegeben, da kam "command not found"...
Glaube ich nicht! Es MUSS einen Fehler oder Abweichung gegeben haben! :cool:
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Rotweinfreund hat geschrieben: Mi 5. Jul 2023, 22:47 Es MUSS einen Fehler oder Abweichung gegeben haben! :cool:
Jep, sehe ich auch so.
Bei mir z.B. gerne mal ein Leerzeichen zuviel, sowohl beim selber tippen als auch beim Kopieren.
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Es wird wohl so gewesen sein. Hatte es mit copy/paste eingesetzt von einer Anleitung aus dem Netz
Some people say if you play a windows cd backwards it plays satanic messages, thats nothing, because if you play it forwards it installs windows.
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