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If you have Avast installed this is the problem.
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Originally Posted by Sybex View Post

  • What happened?
    got an error when updating waterfox ( auto update)
    updated twice and happened both times

  • Are you able to reproduce this problem consistently?
    havent tried to update again after the 2nd update

  • What steps did you take to reproduce this problem?

    ran update aagain
  • What action did you expect to occur when this bug appeared?
    for it to update

  • Any additional information that will help us diagnose the issue:
    this is the first time waterfox has notified me an update is available, usually i have to update manually

  • Browser, active browser addons, and operating system:
    waterfox, win 7 64bit waterfox is my default browser

  • URL where the issue occurs:

    dont know, window popped up and i just clicked yes to update and it happened , it seemed to update and shows the correct ver number but thought it wise for you to see the error.

    i am just a user so thought best to leave it to the experts, i really don't know if its significant or not.. sorry. if i am wasting your time, but love waterfox and thought it better to say something


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waterfox20150226213034 is running well with the racer demo. Ram usage ist 4xx MB smile.gif.
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Okay so final test build! Found a bug in ANGLE that was causing a memory leak in patched it in. There's only one test I can see now that causes a memory leak and that's WebGL Water. It'll take too long to find the patch for that leak and it seems very uncommon as I've tested the most used including HelloRacer and no more leaks there! There might be depending on what drivers and GPU configuration you have but not much I can do there unfortunately.

 

Build Download

 

 

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MrAlex

Hi. I'm posting here since I have that critical issue with memory leak(s) (no crash, but out of memory after several hours, can't use any memory consuming application) and general browser perfomance slowdown due to it.

Can you, please, update the current status of the work with memory allocator (replacement/improvement/plans) ?

TO ALL

You can consider using two options with the current memory leaks, which helps a lot with them:

1. Disable Adblock Plus/Adblock/Edge addons and replace it with uBlock.
2. Use this little handy application.

Cheers.

 

Hey there devzero!

I've now reverted back to the original mozalloc as it has been improved quite a lot. It may not be as good as jemalloc, but there are quite a few issues with jemalloc+ANGLE working correctly with Intel C++. It seems tcmalloc was the best allocator though but there are still issue with it to keep it in.

My main goal is still to get jemalloc+ANGLE working though!

 

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waterfox20150226213034 is running well with the racer demo. Ram usage ist 4xx MB smile.gif.

 

Great, glad to hear!

    
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Glad to hear/read you'r working on this project even some bugs are penetrating your work smile.gif!
I love this one-man-show biggrin.gif!
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(Wonder why WF is giving me a "Secure Connection Failure" on that build now, when it was downloading (or halfway anyway) half an hour ago. Opera is downloading it fine so be right back.)

note1: Clearkey was in this build, too. tongue.gif

Updated and went to HelloRacer...
Program size went to 3gb, turned to sludge, bailed.

Found three DLLs in the Waterfox folder that were not part of the update -- D3DCompiler_43, gkmedias, icudt52.
Moved those to another location in case they're the issue.
Rebooted for good measure.

Try HelloRacer again...
Program size went to 3gb, turned to sludge, bailed.

Checked NVidia for driver updates to be safe and, wow, they'd put one out 4 days ago. Installed.
For further safety, disabled the video downloader and Xkit add-ons, restart WF.

Another go at HelloRacer...
Program size went to 3gb, turned to sludge, bailed.

Tried out some other WebGL demos to make sure it wasn't just HelloRacer.
Same leakage, just not as quickly because they're smaller programs but still eventually gets up to 3gb.

So I see two other people have said that they're not getting leakage anymore. I wonder what they have different or are doing differently.
Edited by themushroom - 2/28/15 at 12:48am
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hi mr alex,

 

tried latest build on racer. runs fine. total pc memory use was at around 24% -719 mb for waterfox, before racer. racer ran smoothly and memory stayed in the 22-24% range for the few minutes i let it run.

 

edited:

ran the water webgl demo for a while, neat demo! worked great. no memory increase there either. earlier builds the mem leak was rapid within a few seconds.

 

most of the other demos worked well too, some had some unresponsive controls, like the earth cube where the ball won't roll when you tilt, but no memory leaks.


Edited by kronckew - 2/28/15 at 12:59am
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Thread Starter 

Well final build is ready and will be released tomorrow: download.

 

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Glad to hear/read you'r working on this project even some bugs are penetrating your work smile.gif!
I love this one-man-show biggrin.gif!

 

Yes all sorted now hopefully haha.

 

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Originally Posted by themushroom View Post

(Wonder why WF is giving me a "Secure Connection Failure" on that build now, when it was downloading (or halfway anyway) half an hour ago. Opera is downloading it fine so be right back.)

note1: Clearkey was in this build, too. tongue.gif

Updated and went to HelloRacer...
Program size went to 3gb, turned to sludge, bailed.

Found three DLLs in the Waterfox folder that were not part of the update -- D3DCompiler_43, gkmedias, icudt52.
Moved those to another location in case they're the issue.
Rebooted for good measure.

Try HelloRacer again...
Program size went to 3gb, turned to sludge, bailed.

Checked NVidia for driver updates to be safe and, wow, they'd put one out 4 days ago. Installed.
For further safety, disabled the video downloader and Xkit add-ons, restart WF.

Another go at HelloRacer...
Program size went to 3gb, turned to sludge, bailed.

Tried out some other WebGL demos to make sure it wasn't just HelloRacer.
Same leakage, just not as quickly because they're smaller programs but still eventually gets up to 3gb.

So I see two other people have said that they're not getting leakage anymore. I wonder what they have different or are doing differently.

 

Interesting. And are there no add-ons that could be causing this issue? I can't seem to recreate it. Tried on both NVIDIA and Intel GPUs.

 

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Originally Posted by kronckew View Post
 

hi mr alex,

 

tried latest build on racer. runs fine. total pc memory use was at around 24% -719 mb for waterfox, before racer. racer ran smoothly and memory stayed in the 22-24% range for the few minutes i let it run.

 

edited:

ran the water webgl demo for a while, neat demo! worked great. no memory increase there either. earlier builds the mem leak was rapid within a few seconds.

 

most of the other demos worked well too, some had some unresponsive controls, like the earth cube where the ball won't roll when you tilt, but no memory leaks.

 

Awesome glad that's all sorted! Yes I haven't ever managed to get that demo to work even on normal Firefox.


Edited by MrAlex - 3/2/15 at 11:02am
    
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scrolling on pages like youtube subscription list seems like its struggling yet other pages flow fast.

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Well final build is ready and will be released tomorrow: download.

ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT
post #6730 of 7359
Alex,

Is the wrong file linked from the download link above?

The file I downloaded has the file name Waterfox 35.0 Setup.

Thank you for all your work.

Chas
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