Version: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.2; en-US; rv:1.4b) Gecko/20030622 Mozilla Firebird/0.6 OS: Windows Server 2003 Description: -------------- - Firebird chokes (and must be force killed) when rendering www.apple.com. - CPU usage goes to nearly 100% (95-98%). - Closing the last open window doesn't kill Firebird (it's stuck trying to complete some request) and I need to go to Task Manager to force kill the process. Steps to Reproduce: -------------------- 1. Start Firebird 2. Type www.apple.com in the location bar 3. Bug reproes on Windows XP/Server 2003 On further investigation, I found the following animations on the page: 1. http://a1104.g.akamai.net/7/1104/51/481dca1bdfe4b3/www.apple.com/home/images/20 03/06/powermacG5title06232003.gif 2. http://a912.g.akamai.net/7/912/51/0ab2e2fa0fadd2/www.apple.com/home/images/2003 /06/spticker06232003.gif Could this be a regression related to the handling of Animated GIFs in Firebird or related to the patch that Stops Animations by clicking the Stop button?
CONFIRMING, I think... I can't reproduce this going to the Apple.com site, but I've seen this same behavior over the last couple of days with various sites. I don't believe it's related to the site itself, but I haven't been able to figure out what causes it yet. I think it's network-related, because every time I've seen this happen, it's been accompanied by: 1) Status bar says "Stopped" for the last site I visited. 2) Going to any new site results in throbber spinning, but no new message on status bar (i.e. no connection, transferring or waiting messages). 3) Quitting Firebird causes the window to disappear, but the process remains in memory using close to 100% CPU. I would guess the summary should probably be changed to describe this more accurately, but I'll leave it as is for now.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Looking for other networking bugs, I see that this may be dupe of bug 208503.
Seeing this at http://www.apple.com/g5/ Same behaviour as reported, and networking seems broken also. Tested with Seamonkey build 2003062004.
WFM with build 2003062312, maybe a dup of bug 210119 ?
This isn't a duplicate of 210119 - visiting that URL (realitytimes blah) causes Mozilla to crash, this bug makes Mozilla unusable and unresponsive - CPU usage shoots up to 98% on my 2.4 GHz Pentium 4 machine. This doesn't only happen on apple.com but on random sites and more consistently when more than 1 tab is open. Very irritating, I'm tempted to revert back to the nightly of 3 June 2003...
Reporter, do you get the "Stopped" in the status bar? I'm trying to figure out if what I'm seeing is really your bug or not.
I get Done - but I've noticed this using Firebird not Mozilla - so maybe, they Stopped and Done are equivalent
Also, at this very instant, as I type this using Firebird 20030620, CPU usage is ~100% but I can still enter information on the page and submit my bug reports. The build numbered 200300622 doesn't even finish rendering the page with the CPU at ~100%. I can go back to an earlier build and determine when this started occurring!
This WFM on 0.6.1rc1 (Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.5a) Gecko/20030725 Mozilla Firebird/0.6) Can we get some more testcases or confirmation of this WFM please?
Also WFM with Gecko/20030723 Mozilla Firebird/0.6, Windows XP.
Reporter, is this still present on your platform? If not I will be marking this as WORKSFORME. Thanks!
QA Contact: asa → mconnor
This doesn't reproduce anymore - marking WFM
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 15 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040614 Firefox/0.9 OS: Windows XP I'm experiencing this problem on the Overture.com login page: https://secure.overture.com/s/dtc/center/?mkt=us The Status Bar displays "Transfering data from a248.e.akamai.net..." Sometimes on the Overture main page (http://www.content.overture.com/d/) the page completes loading (throbber stops spinning) but the Status Bar displays "Transfering data from a840.g.akamai.net..." The connection seems to be content akamai.net; content from this site was mentioned in Comment #0. Firefox is unresponsive and takes up about 99% of the CPU. Must be killed with Task Manager or "End Now" in End Program dialog box.
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