It looks like you initiated sleep last night around 20:21.
2021-07-20 20:21:47 +0300 Sleep Entering Sleep state
due to ‘Software Sleep pid=133’:TCPKeepAlive=active Using Batt
(Charge:83%) 764 secs
At that point, your battery had 83% charge remaining. However, the sleep was specified to only last 764 seconds, or 12:44, and indeed the machine woke up exactly 12 minutes and 44 seconds later:
2021-07-20 20:34:31 +0300 Wake Wake from Deep Idle
(CDNVA) : due to EC.PowerButton/User Using BATT (Charge:83%)
The system did not attempt to reenter sleep after that point. It then took only 13:24 more for your battery to lose 9% charge.
2021-07-20 20:47:55 +0300 Assertions Summary- (System:
SysAct) Using Batt(Charge: 74)
Less than three hours later, the system initiated a sleep due to low battery power because it had exhausted its reserve capacity:
2021-07-20 23:09:41 +0300 Sleep Entering Sleep state
due to ‘Low Power Sleep’:TCPKeepAlive=inactive Using Batt (Charge:0%)
So you did not, in fact, slowly lose power overnight. Your laptop remained awake for several hours and then entered emergency sleep. It stayed sleeping until the morning when you attached AC and opened the lid:
2021-07-21 08:22:38 +0300 Wake Wake from Standby
(CDNVA) : due to EC.LidOpen/Lid Open Using AC (Charge:0%)
Now, the initial wakeup at 20:34:31 would be normal (it is a maintenance wake, i.e., ‘Power nap’) but the wake reason is not what I’d expect (
EC.PowerButton/User rather than
EC.RTC/Maintenance). This may be a bug.
That, alone, does not explain why your machine never went to sleep afterwards. What I can observe is that, after it wakes up, every minute or two it creates and releases a sleep assertion. I’m having trouble following the pairs, but there is likely a running process that’s preventing sleep. (For example, I saw many instances of audio playback doing this in your log. Did you have music/videos playing in Chrome?)
- A crude but easy way to start attacking this is to quit all your apps before putting the machine to sleep for the night.
- As a separate experiment (do this before OR after experiment 1, not during), disable Power Nap.
In both cases, if the problem persists, please upload a new log (and specify the exact start + stop dates & times).