[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 170347] [GTK] Intel HD Graphics 3000 GPU hangs with WebKitGTK+ 2.1[4|6].x

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Mon Jun 12 05:37:47 PDT 2017


--- Comment #20 from Carlos Alberto Lopez Perez <clopez at igalia.com> ---
(In reply to drtan from comment #19)
> Hi! 
> On Epiphany 3.24 (WebKitGTK+ 2.16.3) now I get GNOME session crash
> (returning to the login screen of GDM) when loading a heavy website (try
> https://wp.pl). The following is the dump.
> Process 5131 (epiphany) of user 1000 dumped core.
> cze 09 20:36:33 sharviza systemd-coredump[5219]: Process 705 (gnome-shell)
> of user 1000 dumped core.

That backtrace is not very helpful as it misses most of the symbols.

However I see two things:

* Seems you got two programs crashing in the same momemnt (epiphany and gnome-shell).

* GNOME shells looks like it crashed when it was trying to run garbage collection or something like that (gjs_schedule_gc_if_needed)
 * Not sure where Epiphany/WebKitGTK+ crashed, but there is at least one thread calling into bmalloc (the WebKitGTK+/JSC memory allocator).

It seems to me that is likely that you are running into not enough RAM related problems.

How much amount of RAM do you have? Have you checked that you are not running into an out of memory situation? If that happens you should see message on the kernel log indicating that such thing happened.

You can query the kernel log with the command dmesg, try to grep it (after the crash) for something related to not enough memory like:

dmesg | grep -i "out of memory"

If that is not the case, then please try to get another backtrace with symbols enabled (install your distro dbgsym packages for webkitgtk).

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