java script chat, 100 % CPU usage, firefox.exe!jpeg_ifast+0*5595, process explorer 9.25

RESOLVED INCOMPLETE

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Firefox
General
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major
RESOLVED INCOMPLETE
13 years ago
8 years ago

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(Reporter: zeeshan_de, Unassigned)

Tracking

1.0 Branch
x86
Windows XP
Points:
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Description

13 years ago
User-Agent:       Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.12) Gecko/20050915 Firefox/1.0.7
Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.12) Gecko/20050915 Firefox/1.0.7

i am member of 
http://www.kwick.de/
after login i go to the chat room
Flirtecke (FSK 18)

after some minutes of chatting, suddenly firefox use 95 % CPU usage and everything is slow until i manage to close the chat. the chat is a javascript chat. i have notice this bug not only on this computer but also at the computer i use at my familys home. i can see the CPU usage because i use process explorer 9.25, where i see the
firefox.exe!jpeg_ifast+0*5595
causing the 95 % CPU usage and more...

please go to
http://www.kwick.de/
and check out the bug, also please let process explorer run to see the CPU usage. the bug will start after 5 or 10 minutes of chatting.

thanx for help in advance.

by the way: without java script the chat at kwick wont work.

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. see description
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Actual Results:  
see description

Expected Results:  
CPU usage at 1 to 5 % as usuals
Please test with Firefox1.5RC3 to see if you still get the bug.
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Comment 2

13 years ago
sorry, but i am not going to use 1.5RC3, i had troubles with firefox beta, it had started downloading updates and then again and again... so i had removed it and now i use only firefox 1.0.7

with 1.0.7 i can also use extension, with 1.5 i never could.
You can disable updates in Tools->Options->Advanced->Updates
Extensions can become disabled when upgrading, but maybe you could enable them with right-click context menu in the extensions window item and then choose "enable".
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Comment 4

13 years ago
i have installed the extension "No script"

just now my CPU usage in the chat is again 95 % and more...

connected to the chat server is 82.98.71.220

after i disabled javascript for 82.98.71.220, my CPU usage is normal again my firfox is back stable again

unfortunately the chat does not work properly now anymore...

javascript for kwick.de is still allowed anyway.
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Comment 5

13 years ago
now i use opera 851, and i dont have problems in the chat anymore, my system is stable all the time, that means its a firefox or one of its extensions bug, i have the following extensions installed:

flashgot5997
zoomy20
imagezoom171
bgmconductor203
tabbrowserpreferrences1287
flashblock132
noscript1132

actually i am not interested to use opera also, but seems i have no other choice since this bug is fixed.

i hope someone of you can try and also find the same bug during the chat at kwick.de, all is german page and you will need simple registration first (its for free, no payment neeeded).
(Reporter)

Comment 6

13 years ago
"A script on this page is causing mozilla to run slowly... do you want to abort the script"

afer YES, my firefox is stable again.

but how can i disable that one special script forever ?
zeeshan_de, is this still an issue with Firefox1.5.0.2?

Comment 8

10 years ago
Hi all!

My browser version exhibits similar problem: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8.1.13) Gecko/20080311 Firefox/2.0.0.13

Process Explorer information about the firefox.exe shows that the thread named 
"firefox.exe!jpeg_fdct_islow+0x27afd" has 100% cpu and a high count of context switch delta.

I got the following stack trace for that thread:
ntoskrnl.exe+0x584d
ntoskrnl.exe!KeQueryRuntimeThread+0x5e8
hal.dll+0x2ef2
firefox.exe!nsScriptableRegion::AddRef+0x1050e
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x1a88e
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x1a268
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x19f65
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x19096
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x188d3
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x177de
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsRect::operator=+0x190a5
firefox.exe!nsRect::operator=+0x1915f
firefox.exe!nsRect::operator=+0x194be
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x2dd09
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x30c19
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x31478
firefox.exe!nsScriptableRegion::AddRef+0xf14e
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x1a315
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x1a102
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x19f65
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x18ff9
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x188d3
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x177de
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x166d5
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x153d8
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x151c0
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x157b4
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x12a5a
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x12426
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x12221
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0xa176
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x99c1
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x87cd
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x55cf
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x5e53
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x57e5
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x57c5
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x5742
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x6566
firefox.exe!nsScriptableRegion::AddRef+0xe3cf
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x19b1f
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x18e18
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x188d3
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x177de
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x166d5
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x153d8
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x151c0
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x157b4
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x12a5a
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x12426
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x12221
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0xa176
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x99c1
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x87cd
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x55cf
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x5e53
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x57e5
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x57c5
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x5742
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x6566
firefox.exe!nsScriptableRegion::AddRef+0xe3cf
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x19b1f
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x18e18
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x188d3
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x177de
firefox.exe!nsScriptableRegion::AddRef+0xe3cf
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x19b1f
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x18e18
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x188d3
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x177de
firefox.exe!nsScriptableRegion::AddRef+0xe3cf
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x19b1f
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x18e18
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x188d3
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x177de
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x2aca4
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsRect::operator=+0x190a5
firefox.exe!nsRect::operator=+0x1915f
firefox.exe!nsRect::operator=+0x194be
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::Release+0x67938
firefox.exe!nsPrintOptions::GetNativeData+0x2b3be
firefox.exe!nsColorNames::operator=+0x101e
firefox.exe!nsColorNames::operator=+0x7eec
firefox.exe!nsColorNames::operator=+0x7c33
xpcom_core.dll!PL_HandleEvent+0xe

I solved this issue closing gmail and yahoo email page tabs.

I hope this may help.

Comment 9

9 years ago
reproducible with FF 3.1 beta?  (jumping 2 releases)
 http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-beta.html
This bug was reported on Firefox 2.x or older, which is no longer supported and will not be receiving any more updates. I strongly suggest that you update to Firefox 3.6.3 or later, update your plugins (flash, adobe, etc.), and retest in a new profile. If you still see the issue with the updated Firefox, please post here. Otherwise, please close as RESOLVED > WORKSFORME
http://www.mozilla.com
http://support.mozilla.com/kb/Managing+profiles
http://support.mozilla.com/kb/Safe+mode
Severity: critical → major
Version: unspecified → 1.0 Branch
No reply, INCOMPLETE. Please retest with Firefox 3.6.3 or later and a new profile (http://support.mozilla.com/kb/Managing+profiles). If you continue to see this issue with the newest firefox and a new profile, then please comment on this bug.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
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