This page causes the CPU usage to peg, and makes the load jump endlessly (it's gotten to over 6 before I killed it). The page loads fine under the PSM that comes with M18, PR3, and 6.0 for Win32.
Confirmed that it loads very slowly on Linux and Mac, although a reload helps. The site is running a Netscape-Enterprise/3.5.1 server with only one cipher turned on - SSL2 128bit (RC4 with MD5). SSL3 is disabled.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Multiple instances of psm are started - I got 5, each at 20% usage. When the page is closed, the problem does not go with it. Two instances of PSM stick around, hogging the resources. But they go away after a secure session to a different site is created.
While I don't see the problem on the above page (that page just doesn't load for me, but cpu stays normal), I often see the cpu going to 100% as a result of psm. I use ssl for my imap mail, and so far I haven't had a session longer than an hour or so without getting these cpu gobbling psm processes. It's not really useable at the moment (I don't want to have to be restarting my entire mail/browser session all the time), so I may go back to using stunnel for a while (even though psm does seem to be faster when it works). Any pointers on how to track this down further? Are there debugging options for psm that might help? Although I'm waiting for psm bug 63667 to be fixed before I can update my build - I'm stuck using 2000122213)
Having same problem on win32 (WinNT w. manual proxy / Win98SE). CPU 100%, memery eaten up, site does not load... Tried killing profile, deleting PSM registry key, restarting... No success Repored also for bug 63667
Is this still a problem with the latest nightly builds? www.mozilla.org
Yes, still occurs with my mail example mentioned above. This is on a build I made today.
Still pegs the CPU with Build 2001011708
*** Bug 69229 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Bug #65703 appears to be a dup of this one, yeah?
Just tried mybills.com with 0.8.1 on Linux... the pages load (fairly fast now :), but it still goes to 100%, but hitting stop drops it back down to 0. It's definitely useable, so as far as mybills.com is concerned, the severity is only minor now. I'd change it, but I don't know about the other bugs that have merged into this one. Time for apt-get remove netscape476!
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 65703 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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