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Anyone good at Cookie Managment in Firefox that can answer this problem?

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I won't go through any details here but refer to this bug i made in Bugzilla.

So far not anyone have figured out what's causing the problem.

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=651810

It's a big shame!

I won't go through any details here but refer to this bug i made in Bugzilla. So far not anyone have figured out what's causing the problem. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=651810 It's a big shame!

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John99 971 solutions 13138 answers

You may get lucky as this forum will possibly be read by more users than the bugzilla.

It is probably an idea to ask on one of the Mozillazine forums e.g. http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewforum.php?f=9

Good luck.

You may get lucky as this forum will possibly be read by more users than the bugzilla. It is probably an idea to ask on one of the Mozillazine forums e.g. http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewforum.php?f=9 Good luck.

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Nope i haven't got a single response since i found the fault nightly and posted it in my bug report. Seems hopeless.. This is times when i even feel IE 9 is a better browser or at least the devs behind it.

Nope i haven't got a single response since i found the fault nightly and posted it in my bug report. Seems hopeless.. This is times when i even feel IE 9 is a better browser or at least the devs behind it.
John99 971 solutions 13138 answers

Looking I do see you have a bug that has had some attention. Possibly it is a situation tending to affect only a small number of sites, and possibly mainly using none English characters.

Not really something I can help with. One thought is, do you see a similar or the same problem on any other public Swedish sites, if you do that may be a bug you could file with more likelihood of it receiving prompt attention.

Looking I do see you have a bug that has had some attention. Possibly it is a situation tending to affect only a small number of sites, and possibly mainly using none English characters. Not really something I can help with. One thought is, do you see a similar or the same problem on any other public Swedish sites, if you do that may be a bug you could file with more likelihood of it receiving prompt attention.
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It is better to get the SourceStamp of the Firefox versions.
That allows to see the checkins.

See about:buildconfig on the Help > Troubleshooting Information page or the file application.ini in the Firefox program folder (C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\)

It is better to get the SourceStamp of the Firefox versions.<br /> That allows to see the checkins. *http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/pushloghtml?fromchange=xxx&tochange=xxxx See about:buildconfig on the Help > Troubleshooting Information page or the file application.ini in the Firefox program folder (C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\)

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SourceStamp=c5f35032f22d

SourceStamp=c5f35032f22d

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It happens just on this particular site i listed in my bugzilla post. Every other Swedish site works just fine. Problem i can't see why this particular problem doesn't occur in other browsers like IE, Opera or Chrome or even the old Firefox 3.6xx but does only show up in stable FF 4.0 and up.

It happens just on this particular site i listed in my bugzilla post. Every other Swedish site works just fine. Problem i can't see why this particular problem doesn't occur in other browsers like IE, Opera or Chrome or even the old Firefox 3.6xx but does only show up in stable FF 4.0 and up.

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I see this bug about cookies during that period (Jul 29 to Jul 30 2010), but have no idea if that is the cause.

You also need the sourcestamp of the Minefield/4.0b3pre 20100729073046 build.

I see this bug about cookies during that period (Jul 29 to Jul 30 2010), but have no idea if that is the cause. * https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=572223 Bug 572223 – too much cookies.sqlite io *http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla-release/shortlog/c5f35032f22d You also need the sourcestamp of the Minefield/4.0b3pre 20100729073046 build.

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The one it worked for is SourceStamp=b26489e73818

The one it worked for is SourceStamp=b26489e73818
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*http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/pushloghtml?fromchange=b26489e73818&tochange=c5f35032f22d

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Could this be it?

dwitte@mozilla.com Thu Jul 29 14:01:10 2010 -0700 6d0d4c0c8890 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 6: fresh connection for sync reads. r=sdwilsh e0d1de68b676 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 5: async RemoveAll. r=sdwilsh 06be5719ad0b Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 4: tests. r=sdwilsh 66e85e6fcf87 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 3: sync read per domain. r=sdwilsh deacdfe550e5 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 2: async read. r=sdwilsh 8074ceec1b54 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 1: add baseDomain column. r=sdwilsh


Seems it was Linux.

Im sorry but i don't have the expertise in this area to exactly locate the change any dev did in that particular time. I'm just a normal user. I did as much as i could until this point. Now only any dev could notice it and add it to his/her task to find out the source of the problem.

Thanks!

Could this be it? dwitte@mozilla.com Thu Jul 29 14:01:10 2010 -0700 6d0d4c0c8890 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 6: fresh connection for sync reads. r=sdwilsh e0d1de68b676 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 5: async RemoveAll. r=sdwilsh 06be5719ad0b Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 4: tests. r=sdwilsh 66e85e6fcf87 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 3: sync read per domain. r=sdwilsh deacdfe550e5 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 2: async read. r=sdwilsh 8074ceec1b54 Dan Witte — Bug 572223 - too much cookies.sqlite io. Part 1: add baseDomain column. r=sdwilsh Seems it was Linux. Im sorry but i don't have the expertise in this area to exactly locate the change any dev did in that particular time. I'm just a normal user. I did as much as i could until this point. Now only any dev could notice it and add it to his/her task to find out the source of the problem. Thanks!

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