I have a scenario where I just updated to Mozilla 1.1, and installed the latest Squid (Squid Cache: Version 2.4.STABLE7) on a Solaris 8 machine, and set it to manual proxy and the correct port. It works but when I download files of more than 10 Mb, mozilla occasionally crashes. In the shell, Mozilla is reported Terminated, but several mozilla-bin processes still exist, and one of them were using 60% CPU time.
If this is on Linux, could you use a talkback-enabled build and report the incident id?
I have now installed the talk back version, and my initial tries show that Mozilla now doesn't crash but stops the download abruptly and say "Finished" with only 15 Mb downloaded out of 72 Mb. I am testing on a fast connection where I can get 3 Mb/s. This bug will be updated when I have an incident ID.
Ravn, are you still experiencing this problem?
I am currently not using Linux, so I cannot say. What version should I test with? Nigthly release? Latest Beta?
If you could test with a nightly, that would be great.
Since over 1 month no answer from the reporter, so closing bug as wfm (have tested). If the bug exists in newer builds (1.4 final) then look for a similar bug or reopen this bug.
I'm sure this is working fine, but I'm going to check w/ a proxy before closing.