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I was one of the early adopters (during the sneaky peek phase), and apparently I fiddled for a bit with the web interface. I'm no longer using it, but tonight, I had reason to inspect my System.log file (for an unrelated purpose).

Upon doing so, I found hundreds and hundreds -- maybe thousands -- of error messages, related to the OF web interface. Here's what's in my log, hundreds of times per day:


Aug 13 00:00:11 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5206]): Exited with exit code: 1
Aug 13 00:00:11 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface): Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds
Aug 13 00:00:21 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5208]): Bug: launchd_core_logic.c:3076 (23585):2: chdir(j->workingdir) != -1
Aug 13 00:00:21 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5208]): open("log/production-stdout", ...): No such file or directory
Aug 13 00:00:21 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5208]): open("log/production-stderr", ...): No such file or directory
Aug 13 00:00:21 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5208]): posix_spawn("/Users/merv/Library/Application Support/OmniFocus/Web Interface/script/server", ...): No such file or directory



How do I permanently stop this process from being executed?
 
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I was one of the early adopters (during the sneaky peek phase), and apparently I fiddled for a bit with the web interface. I'm no longer using it, but tonight, I had reason to inspect my System.log file (for an unrelated purpose).

Upon doing so, I found hundreds and hundreds -- maybe thousands -- of error messages, related to the OF web interface. Here's what's in my log, hundreds of times per day:


Aug 13 00:00:11 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5206]): Exited with exit code: 1
Aug 13 00:00:11 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface): Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds
Aug 13 00:00:21 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5208]): Bug: launchd_core_logic.c:3076 (23585):2: chdir(j->workingdir) != -1
Aug 13 00:00:21 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5208]): open("log/production-stdout", ...): No such file or directory
Aug 13 00:00:21 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5208]): open("log/production-stderr", ...): No such file or directory
Aug 13 00:00:21 Mervs-MBP-2 com.apple.launchd[104] (com.omnigroup.omnifocus.web_interface[5208]): posix_spawn("/Users/merv/Library/Application Support/OmniFocus/Web Interface/script/server", ...): No such file or directory



How do I permanently stop this process from being executed?
I think I may have finally solved this by removing an OmniGroup plist file from ~/Library/Launch Agents.
 
 


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