I keep seeing this message in the system log, at a rate of 4 lines per second...
29/10/2014 07:23:24.233 VMware Fusion Start Menu: assertion failed: 14A389: libxpc.dylib + 40320 [9437C02E-A07B-38C8-91CB-299FAA63083D]: 0x13
Running 7.0.1, also seen on 7.
Fusion is not running.
It makes checking the log files for other information quite difficult.
Anyone else see this, or know the cause / resolution ?
I'm seeing this as well. Was a big surprise when I checked the log for something else. I wondered by Clean My Mac was struggling with the logs since I am not currently developing anything. Now I know. This is a huge issue. Not happy and I've loaded a ton of apps in my VM. Grrr. We just need to know if it is config issue (PATH, etc) or something the user (us) can fix. Otherwise, VM - please get on this.
iMac 2009, OS X Yosemite, Fusion 6
Agreed - same issue here. Killing the the VMWare Fusion Start Menu.app process at the command line stops the log messages, but I suspect they will resume the next time I launch and/or shutdown a VM and exit Fusion (6.0.4).
I see this on Yosemite with Fusion 7.
The finder has been hanging for long periods today - when I killed the Start Menu process the Finder responded immediately.
Using a Retina MacBook Pro, late 2013, 2GHz Core I7, 16GB 1600Mhz DDR3, Iris Pro 1536MB
I contacted support about that. The guidance was to change the virtual machine settings (go to virtual machine -> settings -> Application Menu -> Show only when machine is running.
In my case, I killed the process "/Applications/VMware Fusion.app/Contents/Library/VMware Fusion Start Menu.app/Contents/MacOS/VMware Fusion Start Menu -psn_0_303178" and the messages stopped. Even when I relaunched VMware Fusion (and the process was started again), the messages did not reappear in console.
I even rebooted the host OSX machine and the messages are still not appearing in the log file. It seems that there was something "stuck" in the "VMware Fusion Start Menu" process. Now, it does not make a difference to what setting i put the "Application menu" in virtual machine setting.