[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 11564] Connections stuck timing out, cannot be cancelled until timeout passes

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Sun Feb 11 04:00:40 PST 2007


kevin at rhubarbproductions.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
            Summary|Loading completely stalls,  |Connections stuck timing
                   |requiring a restart of      |out, cannot be cancelled
                   |Safari/Webkit               |until timeout passes

------- Comment #9 from kevin at rhubarbproductions.com  2007-02-11 04:00 PDT -------
Here's my latest assessment after watching things further with this issue.

When opening connections (possibly due to a large amount of images) the
connections for some of the image files only get stuck on "0 bytes of ?".
Eventually after about 30-60 seconds, the connections will switch to "timed
out". At this time browsing can be resumed. If I press stop in my browser
before "timed out" appears, the stuck items turn into "cancelled" but reloading
of the page or even visiting a new site cannot be resumed until the original
time out period passes. It seems at a minimum, stop a page load should clear
any connections that are timing out. Of course it would be even better to
figure out why the connections are failing in the first place.

It seems to happen most often when I'm working on a site and reloading a lot
(although it did just happen again this morning on my first link to a site I've
been working on). Maybe there's something going on when replacing cached
content with newly downloaded content or mixing cached and fresh content.

The site I've been working on recently that has triggered it often is
http://www.nationalsalute.com/ but as before I've found I can trigger it on any
variety of site. It appears to be random in that it's not readily repeatable.

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