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For example, on my Mac, my shortened username is "chris", so I'd type:. Once you've done this, you can quit the Terminal, log out, and log back in to your regular account. The icdd cache file was no longer 80 megabyte, but 1, bytes. To make a long story short, I moved off the old huge deviceInfoCache. May 24, PM. Page content loaded. May 14, AM. May 28, PM in response to dmkahn In response to dmkahn. What I've found after the past several days is that the plist file grows every day, this morning it had over 7k lines.
So I've been deleting it and restarting icdd by killing it every day. The growing plist file is full of entries that look like this, each with a different numerical key. At this point, I'm perplexed but for now, I'm just deleting the file and restarting icdd daily. May 28, PM. Community Get Support. Sign in Sign in Sign in corporate. Browse Search. Ask a question. User profile for user: Christopher Smith10 Christopher Smith Any ideas?
More Less. Reply I have this question too 9 I have this question too Me too 9 Me too. In more detail: First, make sure that you have another administrative account on your Mac. Next, log out of your account completely and log into the other administrative account. Once in the Terminal, become the root user: sudo su - When prompted, enter the password of the administrative account you're using now. Now, delete the deviceInfoCache. View answer in context.
Helpful answers Drop Down menu. Many of the entries in my old plist had com. I'll keep an eye on it. See below, the old plist had lines, the new one has 14 lines.
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