With seamonkey linux trunk 2006011204, if I load http://www.mozilla.org/, reload it and then exit, I crash during shutdown in cache code after it asserts a couple times: ###!!! ASSERTION: nsCacheEntryHashTable not initialized: 'initialized', file /build/andrew/moz-debug/mozilla/netwerk/cache/src/nsCacheEntry.cpp, line 444 ###!!! ASSERTION: nsCacheEntryHashTable not initialized: 'initialized', file /build/andrew/moz-debug/mozilla/netwerk/cache/src/nsCacheEntry.cpp, line 460 The crash doesn't happen for every page, but I haven't been able to make a simple testcase from the .mozilla.org page. I'm seeing a regression between linux seamonkey trunk builds 2005113010 and 2005120101 (which seems to have nothing cache-related).
Are you able to reproduce this using FF?
Summary: crash on exit after reloading a pgae → crash on exit after reloading a page
I crashed with a CVS trunk firefox build from Jan 6
Poking through talkback data showed 6 firefox users hit this on linux in January (which would make it the #2 crasher on linux). Windows doesn't seem to crash or crashes with a different frame at the top (linux stacks in talkback have 0x00000XXX at frame 9, where XXX = 000-FFF), see TB13992829Q
This stopped happening with linux seamonkey trunk build 2006051109, so bug 326273 fixed it
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Depends on: 326273
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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