This is a regression. Session restore fails: I have an empty list in the session restore dialog. This happens on mozilla-inbound revision 137098:83a2966d94fb First good revision is 136836:3029d3574f2e (currently bisecting) This is on Linux
You'll need to be a little more specific, please. What did you do? Just (re)start your browser as usual?
Yep, just restart my browser as usual. I may have quit it by "control-C" in the terminal before so I expect to get the session restore after crash dialog. I got it empty. If I revert back to 136836:3029d3574f2e it works as expected. (this is m-i)
Here is the result of hg bisect: The first bad revision is: changeset: 136962:2858a7580535 parent: 136953:21fbbc433934 parent: 136961:eb6cf1052d77 user: Phil Ringnalda <email@example.com> date: Sun Jun 30 08:35:45 2013 -0700 summary: Merge fx-team to m-c Not all ancestors of this changeset have been checked. Use bisect --extend to continue the bisection from the common ancestor, e1751478d411. I guess I have to continue to nail it down
The first bad revision is: changeset: 136959:cdf1be4ca282 parent: 136807:e1751478d411 parent: 136958:58bc53e378a1 user: Ed Morley <firstname.lastname@example.org> date: Fri Jun 28 14:37:15 2013 +0100 summary: Merge mozilla-central and fx-team Not all ancestors of this changeset have been checked. Use bisect --extend to continue the bisection from the common ancestor, 52f605debfd4. Continuing further.
According to hg bisect, this is the revision causing the regression: The first bad revision is: changeset: 136954:086465524970 parent: 136710:52f605debfd4 user: Tim Taubert <email@example.com> date: Thu Jun 27 10:32:04 2013 -0400 summary: Bug 887394 - Don't collect state right after startup when restoring the initial session; r=yoric
Step to reproduce. Linux. -Quit your browser doing control-C -hg update to m-i revision 137098:83a2966d94fb (or the equivalent changeset on m-c) -rebuild firefox -restart firefox (from the command line) Expected -the restore session should list all my open tabs Observed -I have an empty list of tabs to restore. This is a regression, see comment #5 for the culprit.
Just my opinion, but I think we need to back-out the patch for bug 887394 and improve test coverage for Session restore for all the regressions caused by this check-in for which we seem to have inadequate test coverage. Then, perhaps, try again.
hubert, was your sessionstore.js set to 0 bytes
No. It was 4430738 bytes.
I'm assuming this is accompanied by an error saying "treeView.treeBox is null on about:sessionrestore". Duping to bug 890034. Please reopen if you don't see this error.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 890034
(In reply to Tim Taubert [:ttaubert] from comment #12) > I'm assuming this is accompanied by an error saying "treeView.treeBox is > null on about:sessionrestore". Duping to bug 890034. Please reopen if you > don't see this error. > > *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 890034 *** I don't know where the error appears, but it doesn't show up in the terminal (I start Firefox from the command line). This AM m-i still had it but I don't see any indication it should be otherwise.
Sorry, I don't actually see an error myself but would rather blame this on the broken error reporting. I'm quite sure it will be fixed by bug 891360 as well.
Indeed it has been fixed.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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