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28.6.1 (64 b) running ethernal loop or similar

Posted: 2019-07-29, 14:25
by tasmanian
28.6.1 (64 b) running ethernal loop or similar when I try to open a file eg. for upload.
Also PM eats using one of CPU core 100% when using Facebook.

Re: 28.6.1 (64 b) running ethernal loop or similar

Posted: 2019-07-29, 17:27
by vannilla
Try safe mode, post troubleshooting infos here (read the stickied threads.)

Re: 28.6.1 (64 b) running ethernal loop or similar

Posted: 2019-07-29, 17:32
by therube
Does it matter where you try to upload to?

Any change if you restart in Safe Mode?

Any change if you test in a new, clean Profile?

Re: 28.6.1 (64 b) running ethernal loop or similar

Posted: 2019-08-13, 18:50
by tasmanian
I was using older Pale Moon and I don't wanna clear my profile with several histories and bookmarks. Actually I'm running in save mode and started Pale Moon in console. I hopy $2 will includes any usable information. Otherwise Pale Moon is eating memory 100% on different web pages where JS is a bit larger. That's very annoying, I couldn't login even on SSH too. Sad...

Re: 28.6.1 (64 b) running ethernal loop or similar

Posted: 2019-08-13, 19:56
by vingtzwanzig
This BASH script is an easy way to start with a clean profile, the new profile is put in /tmp so it gets wiped on reboot, also every time you run the script if you want to shut down and restart with the script. It's great for testing as the usual profile can stay where it is and will be totally unaffected, as will be your usual methods of running Pale Moon. :thumbup:

Code: Select all

$ nano cleanprofile.sh

#! /usr/bin/bash

rm -rf "/tmp/tmp-profile"
mkdir "/tmp/tmp-profile"
palemoon -no-remote -profile "/tmp/tmp-profile"


$ chmod a+x cleanprofile.sh
$ ./cleanprofile.sh

Re: 28.6.1 (64 b) running ethernal loop or similar

Posted: 2019-08-24, 22:42
by tasmanian
Thank you.
Unfortunetly PM just getting to eat 100% of memory if I leave running eg. Facebook.

Re: 28.6.1 (64 b) running ethernal loop or similar

Posted: 2019-08-25, 08:20
by Moonchild
So, which is it.. 100% CPU or 100% memory? :think:

Re: 28.6.1 (64 b) running ethernal loop or similar

Posted: 2019-08-26, 08:02
by tasmanian
CPU.

I found a new bug: using mage copy PM crashes. (Also with cleanprofile.)