From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0) BuildID: Gecko/20020807 After using Mozilla for a while, the processor usage climbs to 99% and stays there, the only way to mantain system stability, and prevent other programs from crashing is setting Mozilla's priority to Damn Freakin' Low. :/ Note: On average, Mozilla's proc usage is at most 5-10%. [Athlon 900MHz, 128MB, Win2K SP3] Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: 1. Start Mozilla 2. Typical user-ish browsing for 10-100 minutes 3. Struggle to mantain system stability Actual Results: On my system, as stated above, it leaks, however I doubt it's easily reproduceable elsewhere. [Note: I've had several versions of Windoze installed since Mozilla 1.0, and I've been getting latest builds once a week since, and the problem keeps coming up] Expected Results: Not leaked perhaps? :P
Pick one known bug : a) 100% if you have enabled Http Pipelining b) flash use sometimes 100% CPU
Pipelining is off, hmm.. I'll keep a closer look on what I browse when it happens to see if it's Flash-related. Thanx.
QwertY: if there are Flash pages involved, please resolve this bug a duplicate of Bug 132759. If you still experience this problem using a new version of mozilla (1.2a) and are sure that you have not visited any pages that use Flash, do you know how to use a debugger (MSVC debugger, for example)? If you no longer experience this problem, please resolve this bug WORKSFORME. Thank you!
Reporter: Do you still see this with 1.2b or later ?
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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