[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 30331] Page with a form, five multi-line fields, large strings, Webkit RSIZE grows and grows

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Tue Oct 13 13:11:26 PDT 2009


--- Comment #2 from Mark Rowe (bdash) <mrowe at apple.com>  2009-10-13 13:11:26 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #0)
> Hi,
> I am using Webkit, a nightly build. The process listing systems says 'Safari'
> (does it then really use Safari?).

Safari is the application.  WebKit is the framework used by the application to
render web content.

> As an debugging example I have written a page with form which has five
> multi-line fields and a submit button. The fields have a default content of
> random strings of about 2 million characters each. So the page size is roughly
> five * 2 million characters. This is also the size on disk, if I save the form
> from the browser. The form page is dynamically generated by the server (no
> static text file). Transfer is HTTP 1.1.

Can you share the example page so that we can reproduce the scenario that
you’re testing with?  That should make it quite easy for us to reproduce the
results and investigate the memory growth.

Thanks for the bug report!

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