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Apply per-OS threshold for shutdown leaks

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Testing
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minor
6 years ago
6 years ago

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(Reporter: ttaubert, Unassigned)

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6 years ago
In bug 683953 we implemented a global threshold of max. 130 DOMWindows and DocShells kept alive until shutdown. The number of leaks differ quite heavily between OSes so I think we should apply custom thresholds per OS.

These are the current numbers:

Linux (64): 116 (116)
OS X (64): 79 (89)
Windows (XP): 120 (118)
No longer blocks: 683953
Severity: normal → minor
Depends on: 683953
Ftr, what we used to have too for memory leaks was per-application support.

Early numbers for SeaMonkey OSX (64) are: (before bug 730773 detection fix)
"11 DOMWindow(s) and 4 DocShell(s)".

If SeaMonkey numbers are/remain lower to FF ones (which could be likely if there are more FF-specific leaks than SM-specific ones), then I believe we can do without specific support, at least for now.
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