I know this is not very concrete, but the error isn't. I use Warpzilla 9.2 (installed over latest nightly). During the normal work (nothing special, not while I click or anything) Warpzilla stops, WPS and rest hung. It is killable with WatchCat, the program exits emediately and the system runs again. Even Warpzilla is startable again. This happens infrequently (3-30 minutes after the start) and on different system. Examples the first times I just downloaded files. Browser open, but not in use, download running. Frezes up after a part of the download is done. This happened several times always at the first download, but once it worked completely.) May be you can inform me how to localize such an error better, may be you could need some log files or anything. So far it's just an infrequent un reproduceable error. That is a realy problem for using Warpzilla as not everyone has WatchCat and so has to restart OS/" after a few minutes if using Warpzilla. Ciao/2 Christoph
Assignee: rbs → asa
Component: MathML → Browser-General
QA Contact: ian → doronr
reporter: please try to use the bugzilla helper page and follow bug reporting guidelines
Assignee: asa → mkaply
I heard from a lot of OS/2 users that Warpzilla hangs from times to times. (Crtl+ECS either kills it or shows tasklist which could used to kill it(more likely)) 0.9.3 with Widget hotfix !Nevertheless this problems absolutely depends on CPU load: It is very seldon un a fast system (1 GHz AMD) with carefull use (only one window of Warpzilla and allways pressing stop before using a link). It happends more often withou pressing the stop and more often with more warpzilla windows open and more if you have other applications and more if the system is slower (466MHz). The differences all in all are easy noticable. (I heared the bug has been found, but that was before the release so I though it should be fix in 0.9.3)
Christoph. any updates on this?
setting status to NEW for investigation by people who actually know something about Warpzilla
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
We have a number of hangs that relate to specific web pages that we are investigating. Because there is no specific scenario to reproduce this hang, there isn't anything we can do with this.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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