The last two builds have stalled frequently.
Digg.com several times
Jim, do you get a "spinning beach ball" when the sites stall?
If so, could you run this command (from the Terminal), then attach the file it creates to this bug?
$ sample Safari 10 10
I did not get the beach ball. Instead I got the spin wheel on the tab. When I looked at activity, to see what activity was not loading, there was nothing there about the site I was trying to access. Since then I upgraded twice and the stall seems to have gone away.
Closing as RESOLVED/WORKSFORME. If you see this again, Jim, please reopen this bug, run the "sample" command, and attach it to this bug. Thanks!
Created attachment 16449 [details]
Pictures of the screens... nothing seemed to work as expected
I could not find the tmp/safari file. I was attempting to access the Apple site. The first stall occurred when accessing the for resale site and the next time the main Apple site. Both times WebKit stopped responding with beach ball in full bloom.
I copied and pasted the Terminal line.... initially it didn't work... because of the additional $
I have since run Oxyn utility with the idea of clearing all chaches... I will let you know how that works
(In reply to comment #4)
> I could not find the tmp/safari file. I was attempting to access the Apple
> site. The first stall occurred when accessing the for resale site and the next
> time the main Apple site. Both times WebKit stopped responding with beach ball
> in full bloom.
The easiest way to get to /tmp is:
1. Double-click on "Macintosh HD" (or whatever your hard drive is named) in the Finder.
2. Hit Cmd-Shift-G.
3. Type "/tmp" without the double quotes.
4. Click the "Go" button.
> I copied and pasted the Terminal line.... initially it didn't work... because
> of the additional $
Sorry...the $ was there to represent the $ that appears after the prompt on the terminal.
Created attachment 16456 [details]
The stall came as soon as I tried to access the Apple store special savings page. I am looking for a MacBook for my daughter to use while getting her nursing degree.
(In reply to comment #6)
> Created an attachment (id=16456) 
> Terminal output
This appears to be related to Bug 15009 (fixed in r25777) based on the output of sample(1) in Attachment 16456 [details], but it appears that this may not have completely fixed the issue.
Jim, which WebKit nightly (or Safari version) were you using when you saw this error?
Here is the Webkit version
This problem appeared on an earlier version and is really bad with this particular version.
Created attachment 16464 [details]
Terminal output for build 25809
This problem continues to exist when ever I try to access Apple.com ... store... special deals
Sometimes it fail on accessing Apple.com or the next or for sure by the specail deals
Created attachment 16465 [details]
I hope this is useful information
*** Bug 15304 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Confirmed via duplicate Bug 15304.
(In reply to comment #8)
See also <rdar://problem/5511842>
For those that can reproduce this bug easily (Patricia, Jim, Ken), does using a WebKit nightly build BEFORE r25777 fix the issue?
This build does not have a stall..... works fine WebKit-SVN-r25773.dmg
I too downloaded r25773 and it does not stall on http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/WebObjects/canadastore/
This is happing because of the synchronous XMLHTTPRequest and the performSelectorOnMainThread:withObject:waitUntilDone: I added is causing a deadlock because the runloop for the synchronous connection only runs for some modes. I think a fix would be to use performSelectorOnMainThread:withObject:waitUntilDone:modes:, and pass an array that has the mode that [NSSynchronousURLConnectionDelegate run:] uses in CFRunLoopRunSpecific.
Created attachment 16478 [details]
Latest build 25812 still stalls
I thought you had it until I got looking up refurbed MacBooks
The problem is worse with r25814. I have a bunch of links that I normally open in tabs (from a bookmark) but now it freezes (with spinning ball.)
(In reply to comment #20)
> The problem is worse with r25814. I have a bunch of links that I normally open
> in tabs (from a bookmark) but now it freezes (with spinning ball.)
I too am seeing exactly the same issue with webkit hanging
at the apple.com/store site and 25814 does NOT fix this
problem (its as bad if not worse).
Created attachment 16505 [details]
Build 25915 still does not work with Apple Refurb store
The first three levels of Apple.com heading toward the refurb Mac specials all worked great.
Created attachment 16506 [details]
Screen shot of build 25915 failure
Fixed by Tristan in r25940.
Any nightly build on or after r25940 should no longer hang! Please open a new bug if you see this behavior again. Thanks!
I believe you have lightning in a bottle with this lastest fix.....
Nice job who ever did it.
Created attachment 16721 [details]
Sample of stalling on Consumer report
This is an example of a site that recently stalled for over 30 seconds before loading
(In reply to comment #26)
> Created an attachment (id=16721) 
> Sample of stalling on Consumer report
> This is an example of a site that recently stalled for over 30 seconds before
Thanks, Jim! This is actually a different bug. Could you open a new bug for this issue? The version of the nightly being used (rNNNNN) to reproduce the issue is extremely helpful as well.