From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; FreeBSD i386; en-US; rv:0.9.7) Gecko/20020104 BuildID: 0.97 I've given example output, but you need to connect to the database to see the effect. I would suspect that the effect requires that the data be delivered slowly. <DaveC> odd... how to discribe this? It only happens when the table is being generated, not when it's just loaded from a file. <DaveC> Under netscape 4, it displays in 4-5 seconds coming from the database. Under Mozilla above, it displays relatively instantly if I read it from a static served page, but 2-3 minutes from the database <shaver> sounds like a decent description <shaver> put it in the bug Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.get temp access to my database from me 2.hit the page _or_ deliver the page to mozilla slowly (not positive how that would be done) Actual Results: mozilla takes _minutes_ to render the page. Expected Results: netscape 4 takes 4-5 seconds email me for temp access if req'd.
> deliver the page to mozilla slowly (not positive how that would be done) A CGI script that prints a line at a time, with sleep() calls in between... I'll try to set something like that up next week.
Is the above URL a sample or is that supposed to be the page generated from the script? Do I need a login to access the above mentioned URL (when I attempted to access the page, it displayed)? Am I supposed to enter a value in one of the textfields and then submit?
Closing the bug since there has been more information from the reporter in almost two months.