memory, memory, memory
Summary: memory, memory, memory
I run firefox all day like I run Outlook. I open/close a zillion tabs
using a single instance of firefox, usually no more than 6 tabs at a
time. But I've had 20 tabs open at once while I'm culling the NY Times
articles I want to print.
Every so often my mouse stops moving. Taskmgr shows firefox has 256
Megs of memory (or something equally large) and is using 95% of the cpu.
Why?? Make this nonsense stop!
Forget the IE/Firefox/Chrome competition. T...firefox 3 beta 1 mac os 10.5.1 -- memory usage seems to be worse (i.e., firefox uses more memory)
Name: jeffrey p.
Product: Gran Paradiso
Summary: firefox 3 beta 1 mac os 10.5.1 -- memory usage seems to be worse (i.e., firefox uses more memory)
firefox 2.x vs. firefox 3 beta 1 on mac os 10.5.1
i've been using firefox 2 for a while. my standard m.o. is to initially
open nine windows and leave those open all the time. the browser is
open for days and days. each of the initial nine windows has multiple
tabs -- 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 7, 11, 16, 18. after a few days, the real memory
usage as reported by activity monitor usually gro...Firefox memory leak (for Firefox testers)
Here's a survey a friend sent me:
Here's the blurb:
Are you currently married or in a serious romantic relationship? If so,
you're invited to participate in our online study examining intimacy in
close relationships. The questionnaire is available at:
When I ran through the survey and got to the end, on the 3rd page of
viewing the reports, Firefox goes into using 80+-99% of memory. This is
starting from a fresh opening of Firefox. Did it twice in a row.
You can go through the survey without...Locking shared memory into physical memory is not supported
How do you configure Solaris or Sybase to support Locking shared memory
into physical memory?
I get the kernel message "Locking shared memory into physical memory is not
supported" every time that the sybase server starts up.
It is my understanding that Solaris supports this locking into physical
memory using the "mlock" system call, why does Sybase think that it is not
How can I enable this feature?
On solaris you really do not need to use "mlock" for share memory if you
are using ISM flag while creating share segment a...Firefox 3.5 Beta release. When closing programm process remains active and prevents restart of Firefox under Windows Vista. Memory intenese flash caused firefox to freeze
Summary: Firefox 3.5 Beta release. When closing programm process remains active and prevents restart of Firefox under Windows Vista. Memory intenese flash caused firefox to freeze
The problem stated above happend quite often after Firefox was running
for some time 3-4 Hours. When restarting Firefox a message that firefox
was already running popped of, and the process had to be stopped via
task manager (ctrl alt del).
Second thing I recognized was when starting 2-3 memory intense
Flash-Applications in tabs firefox would freeze (games f...Memory and More Memory
What's the news on fixing this memory issue with FireFox/Thunderbird. T=
two biggest memory gulpers I've ever used on any computer-bar none. And=
Why do these Mozilla apps take so long to long. It not worth having the=
apps as defaults for surfing or email/usenets. How could anyone lauch a=
new internet suite with so much system demand..and through constant =
updates, still overlook the memory issues. I'm questioning the integrit=
of Mozilla these days and Opera 8-9 runs like a scaulded dog. I think I'=
stay with O...firefox support
Summary: firefox support
Firefox 2.x.x.x and 3.x.x
- 5 years to 7 years should be good support
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:184.108.40.206) Gecko/2008092417 Firefox/3.0.3
From URL: http://hendrix.mozilla.org/
Note to readers: Hendrix gives no expectation of a response to this feedback
but if you wish to provide one you must BCC (not CC) the sender for them to
Name: William Johnson
Summary: support/what support
your support? department for Firefox issues is nothing but a circular
maze of unbelievably confusing information that is of no use for the
layman and I would dump this piece of trash if I didn't need it for
certain websites. I don't know how to reprogram the many bugs or fix
the many websites broken by this thing and its "error console" with no
directions as to what to do with it. What is it's purpose if there is
no help function for it? ...Memory not supporting
While I am trying to install NetWare 4.11 in a new Celeron 1.2 GHz
HDD and 256 MB Ram computer, Total server memory is showing only 64MB.
Please advice how to enable 256 MB ram in NetWare 4.11. Support pack 6
Do you have any memory manager in CONFIG.SYS such as HIMEM or EMM386 ?
If so, remove it.
Novell Support Connection SysOp
(No Email Support, Thanks !)
You likely used W9x DOS to sys the drive. All W9x DOSs use a memory
manager. USE a real DOS, MS DOS 5.22 of lower, Novell DOS 7, etc.
NSF Sys...Firefox or not Firefox
Name: M B Fletcher
Summary: Firefox or not Firefox
You asked why I took it off but did not ask more than the basics. I put
security but in fact I put on Fire fox today and found a GOOGLE front
page for searching when I had nothing there before. I wondered if I had
been hijacked or you had done a very stupid update. I still do not know
for sure. I do not ever use Google that I know of. The biggest spy on
computers in the world and you should know better. If I find it is
correct on Firefox I will go back to IE. At...FIrefox support
I have had a message posted now for about two weeks in here and no
replies - I'm used to the old Netscape support group that seemed to be
very involved in anyone's issues - a lot of discussion and support.
Does anyone have suggestions for links for technical support for
Firefox browser? I like the browser and would like to switch over from
Netscape but I need some help. Appreciate any ideas and links.
On 23.09.2007 01:29, CET - what odd quirk of fate caused
firstname.lastname@example.org to generate the following:? :
> I have had a message posted now for about two weeks in here ...Firefox Support?
Hopefully someone will answer this. I have seen several posts asking about
Firefox support in NW65SP3 with no responses. I see that support should be
there in SP3, but it isn't working on any of the servers in our school
district. I am running FF 1.0.4, and the 4.0.5 iPrint client. We are
still receiving the message that iPrint is not installed.
Is there something that I need to do on the server to enable iPrint support
for other browsers?
Timothy M. Musa
Community Consolidated School District 93
There is a new IPrint client (4.05) on Novell's site. Does this version
No issues for iPrint 4.0.5 under Firefox 1.0.1 and 1.0.2.
I also had no issues under earlier iPrint clients either.
>>> Mike<email@example.com> 4/14/2005 10:55 AM >>>
There is a new IPrint client (4.05) on Novell's site. Does this version
Michael Fraser wrote:
> No issues for iPrint 4.0.5 under Firefox 1.0.1 and 1.0.2.
> I also had no issues under earlier iPrint clients either.
>...why not support firefox
Summary: why not support firefox
I notice that many China website e.g.
http://v.163.com/tvlist/borpage_81.html not support firefox but only IE.
The box said : "您现在使用浏览器（如FireFox）无法正常观看，请使用
This is only 1 example, but there are many more cases like this from
China sites. Another 1 is CCTV(http://vod.cctv.com/podcast/index), but
after I ungrade to 3.5.3 recently, CCTV China pop-up a small box asking
me to plugin, after that I can view it.