Comment 51 mlp0219 2011-11-11 22:39:10 PST I've used both BarTab and BarTab Lite, although I've never used tab groups. In the Firefox profile folder, find and rename the files places.sqlite to places.sqlite.old and places.sqlite-journal to places.sqlite-journal.old (if it exists). That means we'll hibernate 10 tabs max. > when ._hibernateInactiveTabs() runs. So dunno if you like that approach but maybe you could use that in session store rather than polluting the object's properties. weblink
So go get the Bartab 3.0 build (philikon, feel free to do that pull request anytime..), [url=https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/bartab/]someone put an XPI to mediafire in the comment thread[/url] Comment 54 :aceman 2011-11-12 06:33:17 Well, I guess we could also install some timer that fires regularly in small intervals and just hibernates a small amount of tabs. However it > seems firefox is hanging on to a lot of that memory anyways with roughly > 200MB sitting in "reserve" That is bug 681201. However, it doesn't unload the tabs so, very shortly, it consumes close to a gig of RAM and I have to shut it down.
If a new connection attempt comes along before the timer-sweep it will a] fail (and its request will be queued) because the AtActiveConnectionLimit() is the first thing that is done.. This morning I am back to hanging and not loading at all on firefox 50.0.2 / win 10. If so, then once you've hit a condition where memory use seems out of control, I'd recommend visiting the URL about:memory, and measuring the usage...
so a couple of hours later, the net was ok, and I checked Firefox, and it was just perfect... Oh, and it also happens when I start FF in safe mode (no add-ons loaded). Does it reload the page from network when restoring? Firefox Freezes Windows 10 Posted 2 months ago. ( permalink ) John-Sydney-Han PRO says: I have the same s.yimg problem opening photos in Flickr.
Checking service configuration: Checking Start type: ATTENTION!=====> Unable to open SDRSVC registry key. Firefox Not Responding 2016 You can check that with about:memory. > > After 10 seconds of idle time _hibernateInactiveTabs() is called and will > > hibernate inactive tabs. 10 seconds is probably too low and Close Firefox completely Click the menu button and then click ExitQuit . https://support.mozilla.org/questions/881250 Oh ya, I'm trying to create a private album if that has any bearing on the issue.
My browsing experience is much worse without being able to hibernate tabs. Firefox Not Responding Again And Again Comment 5 transgressivebehaviour 2010-10-24 02:03:01 PDT I seem to have found when the problem began. Comment 23 firstname.lastname@example.org 2010-10-25 17:16:36 PDT Created attachment 485931 [details] [diff] [review] patch v2 (In reply to comment #22) > * I think you need to remove the original call to I have been with FF for quite some time but the last few months have been very frustrating.
Both have this problem. * I'm running Firefox 7, this originated on Firefox 6 (Firefox 5 is fine. I think it's a benefit for people with lots of tabs. Firefox Hangs Ask MetaFilter is where thousands of life's little questions are answered. Firefox Unresponsive Script Posted 2 months ago. ( permalink ) Ainm Eile PRO says: karthu_de: It's back for me (with Firefox) - first time since last Friday evening.
How does the team feel about putting this in the mainline, without the actual functionality turned on, but with an API which plugins can address? (In reply to z1r0un from comment have a peek at these guys Proudly Powered by phpBB © phpBB Group © 1998-2015 mozillaZine All Rights Reserved Flickr logo. I cannot wait for servo. That seemed like a good idea to me to not lock up the UI as long as we keep the interval reasonably small. 3) Tabs are hibernated using setTimeout() for the Firefox Not Responding Windows 10
I only use one window, too. The service key does not exist. At minimum, neither PUT nor GET requests should be repeated, but ideally nothing at all should be transmitted to the server when an inactive tab is brought back into memory. check over here But when I update to latest version... ~1600-1800mb!
Comment 18 Tim Taubert [:ttaubert] 2011-08-18 15:19:58 PDT Created attachment 554220 [details] [diff] [review] patch v2 New patch, new approach: Every 'n' seconds (defined by browser.sessionstore.hibernate_interval) we check for tabs that Firefox Freezes Computer a delay when switching to an unloaded tab is acceptable) but *completely* transparent to the web server. That code landed 10/14 and made some changes around connection handling.
My ISP is TalkTalk Posted 2 months ago. ( permalink ) plw1053 says: Ealonian56: I also managed five minutes activity about 8:30 a.m. Comment 76 Nicholas Nethercote [:njn] 2012-05-13 21:26:03 PDT Let's stop this arguing right now, please. Also, Windows has "Event Viewer". Firefox Freezes Every Few Seconds It works as expected and tests pass locally.
Posted 2 months ago. ( permalink ) John_F PRO says: Thanks too. Posted 2 months ago. ( permalink ) Linehan Photography PRO says: Using Firefox and trying to upload 250 photos for a new album. This can prevent Firefox from working properly the next time you open it or you may see a "Close Firefox" dialog box with an error message, Firefox is already running, but http://yeahimadork.com/firefox-not/firefox-is-freezing.php How come this mMaxConns can be used for two different things?
Well nothing has worked so far: Reinstalled Firefox
I'm out of ideas but this is getting really irritating. Also, a "(Not Responding)" label is displayed in the title bar and the mouse cursor becomes a spinning wheelhourglass when it's over the Firefox window.Also, the mouse becomes a spinning wait can you file a new bug with your system details, list of add-ons, etc, and cc me?