[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 60415] [GTK] Missing response for HTTP requests in Inspector when using the Soup cache

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Sun May 8 23:36:56 PDT 2011


--- Comment #1 from Sergio Villar Senin <svillar at igalia.com>  2011-05-08 23:36:56 PST ---
(In reply to comment #0)
> Try to load planet.gnome.org with epiphany+soup cache enabled. Some of the resource requests will lack a response according to the Inspector. The page is still loaded, so I guess we are calling didReceiveData but not didReceiveResponse for some reason. This might why the page takes a long time to load, WebKit might be timing out the requests. As an experiment try to disable the soup cache and load+reload planet gnome. At least in my machine it's *a lot* faster *without* the cache.

I'm almost sure that we are not calling didReceiveData without a previous didReceiveResponse because we added some asserts to check that some months ago and I never got a hit on them. I noticed issues with planet.gnome.org but everytime I checked, they were caused by unreachable resources (in particular some icons). This means that Chrome for example was also taking a lot of time to load the page (until a timeout was triggered).

But if you say that disabling the cache improves the situation then it could be something else, will take a look.

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