I accidentally quit my CC on my Macbook pro and now the cloud icon is grayed out and every time I hover over it with the mouse I get the spinning beach ball of death on the icon. I have no idea how to open it because when I use spotlight search to open it

I accidentally quit my CC on my Macbook pro and now the cloud icon is grayed out and every time I hover over it with the mouse I get the spinning beach ball of death on the icon. I have no idea how to open it because when I use spotlight search to open it it gives me a message saying "Creative Cloud is not open anymore" help!

Since you didn't include any pertinent info such as the Mac model and OS version you are running, here is some general information:
Mac OS X: Gray screen appears during startup
Depending on which OS yours came with originally - and which OS you are now running - you would either need your original install disks - you can call Apple for replacements by giving them your serial number. Or you may be able to reinstall the OS by using recovery (again, depends on which model/which OS).

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    Linc,
    Thanks for taking the time to reply. The beachball is literally every other minute. I tried to take the time to it's most basic second and it was 4:01:04 - I am currently backpacking in Laos with my bf and we are travel writers/photographers and he is helping me get this info.
    We didn't know what anonymyze meant but we tried to make sure you couldn't see my name. So far the spinning beach ball has occurred 4 times in just writing these 4 lines.
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        Date = "Sat, 14 Feb 2015 14:55:56 GMT";
        Expires = "Sat, 14 Feb 2015 14:55:56 GMT";
        "Set-Cookie" = "Pod=8; version=\"1\"; expires=Sat, 14-Mar-2015 13:55:56 GMT; path=/; domain=.apple.com, itspod=8; version=\"1\"; expires=Sat, 14-Mar-2015 13:55:56 GMT; path=/; domain=.apple.com, mzf_in=082433; version=\"1\"; path=/WebObjects; domain=.apple.com; secure; HttpOnly, mzf_dr=0; version=\"1\"; expires=Thu, 01-Jan-1970 00:00:00 GMT; path=/WebObjects; domain=.apple.com, ns-mzf-inst=34-235-80-109-102-8282-82433-8-st11; version=1; Max-Age=1800; path=/; domain=.apple.com; httponly";
        "Strict-Transport-Security" = "max-age=31536000";
        "apple-timing-app" = "7 ms";
        "edge-control" = "no-store, cache-maxage=0";
        itspod = 8;
        pod = 8;
        "x-apple-application-instance" = 82433;
        "x-apple-application-site" = ST11;
        "x-apple-jingle-correlation-key" = DHWSJWHZWB7TIJXMUKEI2YZE54;
        "x-apple-lokamai-no-cache" = true;
        "x-apple-orig-url" = "https://p8-buy.itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZFinance.woa/wa/adoptionEligibilityS rv?guid=A8206630705B";
        "x-apple-translated-wo-url" = "/WebObjects/MZFinance.woa/wa/adoptionEligibilitySrv?guid=A8206630705B";
        "x-frame-options" = SAMEORIGIN;
        "x-webobjects-loadaverage" = 56;
    2/14/15 9:55:58.478 PM storeaccountd[285]: ADI: {
        "Cache-Control" = "no-transform, max-age=10320";
        Connection = "keep-alive";
        "Content-Encoding" = gzip;
        "Content-Length" = 20771;
        "Content-Type" = "text/xml; charset=UTF-8";
        Date = "Sat, 14 Feb 2015 14:55:58 GMT";
        "Last-Modified" = "Sat, 14 Feb 2015 12:07:31 GMT";
        Server = "ATS/4.1.0";
        "Strict-Transport-Security" = "max-age=31536000";
        Vary = "Accept-Encoding, X-Apple-Store-Front, Cookie, User-Agent";
        "X-Apple-ATS-Cache-Key" = "/init.itunes.apple.com/80/WebObjects/MZInit.woa/wa/initiateSession/MacAppStore /2.0%20/143441-1/13/https/itspod=8?ix=5";
        "X-Apple-Partner" = "origin.0";
        "apple-timing-app" = "58 ms";
        "x-apple-aka-ttl" = "Generated Sat Feb 14 04:07:31 PST 2015, Expires Sat Feb 14 09:47:31 PST 2015, TTL 20400s";
        "x-apple-application-instance" = 1809;
        "x-apple-application-site" = NWK;
        "x-apple-jingle-correlation-key" = CNS27XWS4NAJ5NKGR5FANX5DTU;
        "x-apple-max-age" = 14400;
        "x-apple-orig-url" = "https://init.itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZInit.woa/wa/initiateSession?ix=5&user AgentCacheKey=MacAppStore%2f2.0%20";
        "x-apple-request-store-front" = "143441-1,13";
        "x-apple-translated-wo-url" = "/WebObjects/MZInit.woa/wa/initiateSession?ix=5&userAgentCacheKey=MacAppStore%2 f2.0%20";
        "x-webobjects-loadaverage" = 0;
    2/14/15 9:55:58.513 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d1ae70> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d34fd0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:55:59.683 PM storeaccountd[285]: ADI: {
        "Cache-Control" = "no-transform, max-age=41";
        Connection = "keep-alive";
        "Content-Encoding" = gzip;
        "Content-Length" = 38524;
        "Content-Type" = "text/html; charset=UTF-8";
        Date = "Sat, 14 Feb 2015 14:55:59 GMT";
        "Last-Modified" = "Sat, 14 Feb 2015 14:52:48 GMT";
        Server = "ATS/4.1.0";
        "Strict-Transport-Security" = "max-age=31536000";
        Vary = "Accept-Encoding, X-Apple-Store-Front";
        "X-Apple-ATS-Cache-Key" = "/17.173.38.161/80/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewGrouping/iDevice/143441-1/13/h ttps?cc=us&id=29520&mt=12";
        "X-Apple-Partner" = "origin.0";
        "apple-timing-app" = "662 ms";
        "x-apple-aka-ttl" = "Generated Sat Feb 14 06:52:48 PST 2015, Expires Sat Feb 14 06:53:48 PST 2015, TTL 60s";
        "x-apple-application-instance" = 2126439;
        "x-apple-application-site" = ST11;
        "x-apple-jingle-correlation-key" = URUSE5YX3QNM53VSQEZHESOGYQ;
        "x-apple-orig-url" = "https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewGrouping?cc=us&id=29520&m t=12";
        "x-apple-translated-wo-url" = "/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewGrouping?cc=us&id=29520&mt=12";
        "x-frame-options" = SAMEORIGIN;
        "x-webobjects-loadaverage" = 0;
    2/14/15 9:56:00.565 PM storedownloadd[305]: DownloadServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fc4ab40e420> connection from pid 611 with interface <DownloadServiceInterface: 0x7fc4ab413c60> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:00.567 PM storeassetd[298]: AssetServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7ffe92f196d0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AssetServiceInterface: 0x7ffe92f3efa0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:00.574 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d346b0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d0ff50> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:00.579 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d42370> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d4e760> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:00.585 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8cc3980> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8cb2030> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:00.590 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d335b0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d6fc10> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:00.858 PM storeaccountd[285]: ADI: {
        "Access-Control-Allow-Origin" = "*";
        "Cache-Control" = "private, max-age=60";
        Connection = "keep-alive";
        "Content-Length" = 2;
        "Content-Type" = "application/json; charset=UTF-8";
        Date = "Sat, 14 Feb 2015 14:56:00 GMT";
        Expires = "Sat, 14 Feb 2015 14:57:00 GMT";
        "Strict-Transport-Security" = "max-age=31536000";
        Vary = "X-Apple-Store-Front,X-Dsid,Cookie";
        "access-control-allow-credentials" = true;
        "apple-timing-app" = "1 ms";
        "x-apple-application-instance" = 1562;
        "x-apple-application-site" = ST11;
        "x-apple-jingle-correlation-key" = Q22XHOJNG5ULCCN3GEUYYS2LVI;
        "x-webobjects-loadaverage" = 0;
    2/14/15 9:56:03.728 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f336c0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f2f070> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:04.372 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8ca8830> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c9d820> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:04.378 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d38170> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d871b0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:05.591 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d8ba10> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d5beb0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:05.598 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d7a280> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d0f300> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:06.191 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d9a540> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d76680> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:06.197 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d605d0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d7c090> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:06.818 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d6bc60> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8d49300> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:06.823 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8d9e320> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8da0990> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:06.841 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f37630> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f30510> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:06.845 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f379d0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f37d00> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.140 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8c69570> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c55f70> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.455 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8c60cf0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c3cd00> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.461 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8c55860> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c69b80> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.467 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8c61f30> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c6ee80> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.472 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8c67100> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c657f0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.477 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8c3cb10> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c50a80> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.482 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8da5980> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8da5c00> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.487 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8e25260> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8e2da80> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.492 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f3b540> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f3b980> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.497 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8da8c20> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8da8ee0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.502 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dabe20> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dac0e0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.507 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8da4420> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8daf140> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.512 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8db1fa0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8db2260> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.517 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8c3d450> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c3f6a0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.522 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8db50b0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8db5370> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.527 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8c4a100> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c5d500> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.533 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f3ff10> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f40390> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.538 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8db8370> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8db86b0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.543 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8db8b40> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dbb740> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.548 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8c6d1b0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8c69070> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.553 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8ce2fd0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8ce32c0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.558 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8ce6100> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8ce63c0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.563 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f43600> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f44300> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.568 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8ce9810> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8ce9ac0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.573 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f45ae0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f45dd0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.578 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8e297f0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8e14eb0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.583 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dc1700> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dc1a70> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.588 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f48e60> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f49790> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.593 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8ced870> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8cedda0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.598 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8cf0ce0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8cf0fa0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.603 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dc4e80> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dc5240> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.607 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8cf42c0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8cf4680> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.612 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dc82e0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dc8b60> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.617 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8cf7ca0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8cf8090> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.622 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dcba80> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dcc320> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.627 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dcf2d0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dcf590> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.632 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8cfbdb0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8cfb190> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.637 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dd2400> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dd2ca0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.642 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8e245f0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8e20670> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.647 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dd6370> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dd6710> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.652 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7fb003a90> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7fb003f80> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.657 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dd9c10> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dda000> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.664 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8ddcf50> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8ddd210> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.673 PM storeassetd[298]: AssetServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7ffe92f20cc0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AssetServiceInterface: 0x7ffe92f20ff0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:07.989 PM storeassetd[298]: AssetServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7ffe92e10450> connection from pid 611 with interface <AssetServiceInterface: 0x7ffe92e3a4d0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.904 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7fb007ab0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7fb0078d0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.910 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f4cf00> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f4d260> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.916 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7fb00ae00> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7fb00b2b0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.921 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7fb00a820> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7fb00cc70> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.926 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7fb011280> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7fb011580> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.931 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8ddd680> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8de0f90> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.937 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8de3e80> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8de4140> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.942 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8e1d830> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8e1b2f0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.946 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8de7650> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8de7a80> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.951 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7fb00e7d0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7fb014be0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.956 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7fb017b70> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7fb017e30> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.961 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8deb680> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8deb9c0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.965 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dee970> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8deec30> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.970 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8df1aa0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8df1d60> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.975 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8e3f440> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8e3f6e0> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.980 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8f51060> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8f51470> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.985 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7fb01b1b0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7fb01c530> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.990 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8df5210> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8df5600> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.994 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8df8580> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8df8840> (PID 611)
    2/14/15 9:56:11.999 PM storeaccountd[285]: AccountServiceDelegate: Accepting new connection <NSXPCConnection: 0x7fd7f8dfb6b0> connection from pid 611 with interface <AccountServiceInterface: 0x7fd7f8dfb970> (PID 611)
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    Identifier:      mds
    Version:         ??? (???)
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