How can I stop com.apple.launched from trying to start a solution we uninstalled?
My workplace made use of to make use of JungleDisk Workgroup solution to trade huge documents. We've gone on to a new remedy and also I uninstalled the customer according to their guidelines, yet I saw today in the Console that com.apple.launchd is attempting to start JungleDisk every 10 secs. It falls short, yet I can not aid yet assume this is creating some efficiency concerns.
Where/how do I remove a history solution launch?
8/31/10 7:47:03 AM com.apple.launchd (com.jungledisk.workgroupservice) Exited with exit code: 1 8/31/10 7:47:03 AM com.apple.launchd (com.jungledisk.workgroupservice) Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds 8/31/10 7:47:13 AM com.apple.launchd (com.jungledisk.workgroupservice) posix_spawnp("/Applications/Jungle Disk Workgroup.app/Contents/Jungle Disk Workgroup/Jungle Disk Workgroup.app/Contents/MacOS/Jungle Disk Workgroup", ...): No such file or directory
The hand-operated method (Lingon in Studer's inquiry is a wonderful GUI for this) is to unload the work from launchd:
sudo launchctl stop com.jungledisk.workgroupservice to inform
launchd to stop running the work yet it's vital to keep in mind the work will certainly simply return the next time you reactivate. You can after that attempt and also locate the documents in
~/Library/LaunchAgents - if you delete the documents it will not load the next time you reactivate the computer system. If you run
sudo launchctl unload /PATH/TO/com.jungledisk.workgroupservice.plist this will certainly unload the work and afterwards you can delete the documents given that you do not need it any longer.
If you intend to make use of a software program, you can attempt Lingon.
It permits you to take care of (create, modify, delete) all the launchd things on your system.
Or else, if you intend to pass hand, look inside the adhering to folders: