pageload.build.mozilla.org is supposed to replace axolotl.mozilla.org (bug 363499). One of my tinderboxen, pawn, isn't completing pageload tests. I tried running a pageload test while watching the browser on the console, and noticed that while attempting to load the very first page (Netscape), it hung with "Transferring data from axolotl.mozilla.org…" in the status line. I fetched a copy of the page source served by pageload.build.mozilla.org, and sure enough, it contains this line: <base href='http://axolotl.mozilla.org/content/base/home.netscape.com/index.html' xmlns='http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml' /> Why is axolotl still being used?
Yeah, this was being purposely done. We're trying to debug some issues with pageload.build.m.o, so Camino and SeaMonkey Linux trunk are being used as test dummies. Everybody else has swapped back to axolotl for the time being. Anyway, the change served its purpose, so I've swapped it back to pageload.build.m.o for everything. Your numbers will probably be sporadic though, so please ignore them until we figure out what's wrong.