Closed Bug 11372 Opened 21 years ago Closed 20 years ago
Crash after browsing for a while
37.44 KB, text/html
gzip sorry for last attachment : it is a gzip compression file and I chose the wrong file format. And This time I only attach the html file
448 bytes, text/html
591 bytes, text/html
I pulled out the source of SeaMonkey by CVS to develop my own project since the beginning of this year. I also update my mozilla source tree every Monday. But, it has been a long time I found that the browser seems dosen't free its memory so that it will run out of the memory after browsing many web pages, whatever viewer or the apprunner. Even the M8 version or the newest one I pull out is so.
Necko memleak? Added summary.
I don't know if this bug report has enough detail for gagan to go on. There are other bug reports dealing specifically with memory leaks. Gagan?
Yes some more info would be useful.
The attachment I post is a page that will change its picture every 5 seconds. If you use linux command 'top' to view the memory usage of viewer(M8), you will find the memory size of viewer will grow when the picture changes. After running a period of time, it will run out of the system memory.
neither of these testcases work on a recent build could you create another one that does work?
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Whiteboard: help wanted
Target Milestone: M12
Am not sure this is cache related. Volunteers help me clarify this.
I don't understand how this could be cache-related if there's no caching code in the browser.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
the attachment doesn't work, we need more specific steps to reproduce, plus the component is set incorrectly, marking invalid. Cathy, please come up with a new testcase or more reproducible steps, thanks
Use M9 viewer to run the attachment(id=1829) will cause viewer's core memory to grow. (You can see this form the output message of 'top' command). The memory usage of the attachmemt(id=1226) in M9 is normal. I am not sure if the attachment(id=1829) will work. If not, pls use browser's "view source" utility to view the source of the attachment and download it. Then, you can test it in the viewer.
Bulk move of all Cache (to be deleted component) bugs to new Networking: Cache component.
Sorry for the spam, changing QA contact.
QA Contact: paulmac → tever
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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