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Firefox crashes when connecting to local proxmox webpage

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Hi after the new update of firefox i am unable to access my proxmox servers at home or at work.

Proxmox uses a website gui to login and start and change vm settings.

After updating to the newest firefox can't access the webpage. But works over older firefox or using another browser.

When connecting to the proxmox webpage firefox just hangs and I cant close or open new tabs or do anything.

I need to then force close firefox and use another browser

Hi after the new update of firefox i am unable to access my proxmox servers at home or at work. Proxmox uses a website gui to login and start and change vm settings. After updating to the newest firefox can't access the webpage. But works over older firefox or using another browser. When connecting to the proxmox webpage firefox just hangs and I cant close or open new tabs or do anything. I need to then force close firefox and use another browser

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Ideally, only tabs that are no longer needed will be unloaded and the user will eventually restart the browser or close unloaded tabs before ever reloading them. A natural metric is to consider when the user has last used a tab. Firefox unloads tabs in least-recently-used order.

Tabs playing sound, using picture-in-picture, pinned tabs, or tabs using WebRTC (which is used for video and audio conferencing sites) are weighted more heavily so they are less likely to be unloaded. Tabs in the foreground are never unloaded. We plan to do more experiments and continue to tune the algorithm, aiming to reduce crashes while maintaining performance and being unobtrusive to the user.