From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.9) Gecko/20020320 BuildID: Debian 0.9.9 package When I edit a large document in the LNX-BBC wiki, mozilla spends forever working on the submission. The same thing happens with the mailman admindb page. The common element here is that both types of submissions have large text boxes with huge amounts of data in them (entire documents or multi-kilobyte mail messages). I would not classify this as a mozilla bug, but lynx submits these requests remarkably faster than mozilla. Mozilla will wait for ten to fifteen minutes to send just a few K of text, while lynx will have it done in no time at all. Mozilla has no trouble *downloading* the textbox data, but *re-uploading it* in the submit request lags like nobody's business! I have noticed with the mailman pages that it seems to be much quicker when you're on the same local net as the mailman machine. Submitting over ethernet/802.11b doesn't have the problem that submitting over an SDSL connection does. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. create a moderated mailman list on a machine on the other side of your Internet connection 2. send lots of unauthorized messages through 3. Visit the admindb page (note download time) 4. approve or deny messages experimentally 5. Note submission time. 6. Repeat 2-5 with lynx optionally 1. submit a large document to a page on a public MoinMoin server 2. click the "editpage" link at the bottom 3. note download time 4. make a small change and resubmit 5. Note upload time 6. Repeat 2-5 with lynx Actual Results: laaaag Expected Results: submitted in roughly the same time it took to download the page in the first place. In other words, have comparable performance to lynx. In closing, it is utterly bogus that I should have to "register for an account" just to file a goddamn bug.
please upgrade to a more recent nightly build. this regression has been fixed. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 130301 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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