Using Mozilla Build ID 2001031608 on Mac OS 9.1. Saw a variation using 2001031408 on same OS. When I load a page (cnn.com is an example), the whole page including ads and graphics loads and renders, then the throbber continues to run for a long time, while no discernable change is being made. I finally received a Document: Done (177.223 seconds) for cnn.com. The variation I mention above is that in the earlier build, it would just timeout after 400 or so seconds instead of finishing. Reloading CNN.com produces a similar result (164.056 seconds). Other sites are similar, or worse. Loading my personal home page (zebe.net) which involves a 6K index.html, 1K footer GIF, and 17K header GIF, has not timed out after several minutes. This is on an ISDN line, again, the page appears to have loaded completely but the throbber is still going. I finally clicked Stop just now and it reports Document: Done (951.672 seconds).
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: Browser-General → Networking
Ever confirmed: true
I've been noticing this also, Mac OS 8.6 build 2001031910. Marking NEW, and setting component to Networking, where I think this belongs (I'm probably wrong).
Assignee: asa → neeti
QA Contact: doronr → tever
This could be a dup of bug 64290. Have you tried this with turning off Keep Alive? Neeti
This is happening only on the mac. It happens with both keep-alive turned on or off. Could be a dup of 39310.
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla1.0
I am now using build 2001031916 on the same Mac and the problem appears to have gone away. CNN.com, my personal web page, and various other pages stop loading properly. Keep Alive is turned on in the Debug prefs.
marking WORKFORME as per reporter's comments. Please reopen if you see it again
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
VERIFIED, WFM, CFM RIP.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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