I'm sorry about that. The possible explanation I think is "com.apple.parsec-fbf.flush" is still launched and prevents your system from sleep for a while, but it won't last too long. After all, it is a service for Siri, which a basic part in Apple Eco.
FYI, for test purposes I turned...
For now I can confirm that what makes auto sleep can't work in my case is due to the background process for siri suggestion, once I killed that service everything go fine. As for network card, it is a coincidence that the problem was encountered after swapped card as I mentioned...
I tried to enable Siri and turn on Siri & Dictation in the System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Location Services, but no luck here.
Anyway, the easiest way is following suggestion from @hackmymac to disable "com.apple.parsec-fbf.flush" launching automatically if you don't need...
I am sure the problem is due to the process for siri suggestion, but it seems also to relate to the specific config on the Hackintosh, like bluetooth, siri... The true reason that makes that happen is not clear for now.
EDIT: On Catalina 10.15.1 and below, everything would be fine.
Hi, could you provide more details about which processes I should terminate? I tried to kill a process named parsec-fbf by “kill -9”, however it relaunched again. So what is parent process you mentioned above?
EDIT: The Parent process in my case is "launchd" which couldn't be terminated.
I can't agree anymore. I don't find any workaround on google so far, indeed nobody talks about this. It seems that what can I do is only waiting for the next released patiently. However, the bad news is the bug wasn't fixed in the beta of 10.15.3 released yesterday.
Recently I replaced a network card from BCM94352Z to BCM94360CS2 which has native support, but the hackintosh can't sleep automatically. I got some info by "pmset -g assertions" command.
Assertion status system-wide: