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Dave Yeo

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Re: New SeaMonkey builds
« Reply #15 on: June 12, 2018, 01:47:05 am »
Hi André, you might want to try starting on the PIII with --safe-mode. Chatzilla for some reason (it hasn't changed) causes a lot of CPU here on a 4 core 2.4Ghz core2 CPU.

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Re: New SeaMonkey builds
« Reply #16 on: June 12, 2018, 09:56:41 am »
Test 2 (common Pentium III): with --safe-mode the 100% CPU load starts before the Safe Mode-dialog. I may repeat test 2 with a different, "slow" Pentium III (notebook with 320 MiB of RAM XOR a non-updated desktop with 768 MiB of RAM) later.



Test 2.99 (out of 4), to include an extra Pentium III M:



IBM ThinkPad T23, Pentium III Mobile, 1.2 GHz CPU, 1 GiB RAM

Expected results: perfectly usable browser, possibly excluding videos, e.g. ChatZilla is disabled because less than 100% is a serious goal.

Again no need to reply, I'm just reporting; the add-on Saved Password Editor itself displays that it's quite useless, but as such I'm not testing add-ons right now.



SM 2.35:

<Ctrl-O> 0'57"
CPU (about:blank): 1-2%


SM 2.42 r3, add-on update, langpack update, modern theme, ChatZilla disabled:

<Ctrl-O> 1'00"
CPU load (about:blank) with all add-ons you'd want to disable disabled: 4-6%, excluding all peaks
CPU load (about:blank) with enabled Adblock Plus/DownloadHelper/Saved Password Editor: 100%, slow but responsive


SM 2.42 r3_O2, add-on update, langpack update, modern theme, ChatZilla disabled:

<Ctrl-O> 0'58"
CPU load (about:blank) with all add-ons you'd want to disable disabled: 4-6%
CPU load (about:blank) with enabled Adblock Plus/DownloadHelper/Saved Password Editor: 100%, slow but responsive


SM 2.42 r3_s, add-on update, langpack update, modern theme, ChatZilla disabled:

<Ctrl-O> 0'59"
CPU load (about:blank) with all add-ons you'd want to disable disabled: 4-6%
CPU load (about:blank) with enabled Adblock Plus/DownloadHelper/Saved Password Editor: 100%, slow but responsive



Perhaps tests 3 & 4 (Pentium 4s) are almost obsolete, but I'll compare the versions anyway and a T42p comes close to a mutual benchmark (CPU load used to be close to 100% too, but not 100%, IIRC). So far r3_s still is the main candidate to win.

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Re: New SeaMonkey builds
« Reply #17 on: June 12, 2018, 11:57:58 am »
FWIW: the CPU load of 100% below isn't 100% while the File Open-dialog, opened almost ASAP, is displayed. Cancel button -> 100%.
FWIW/2: the files *60*.DLL aren't read-only in the ZIP files


Test 3 (out of 4):



IBM ThinkCentre A30 desktop, Pentium 4 (slower than a T42), 2.66 GHz CPU, 2 GiB RAM (minus 8 GiB video RAM)

Expected results: perfectly usable browser, possibly excluding videos. "Performance mode" test: modern theme, ChatZilla disabled, possibly obsolete add-ons Lightning 4.0.8 and Saved Password Editor removed before all tests.I haven't tried the Adblock Plus alternative yet, because this isn't an add-on test.


SM 2.35:

<Ctrl-O> 0'49"
CPU (about:blank): 1-2%


SM 2.42 r3, langpack update:

<Ctrl-O> 0'55"
CPU load (about:blank) with all add-ons you'd want to disable disabled: 3-5%, excluding all peaks
CPU load (about:blank) with enabled Adblock Plus and DownloadHelper: 100%, not responsive
CPU load (about:blank) with enabled DownloadHelper: 100%, responsive
CPU load (about:blank) with enabled Adblock Plus: 100%, not responsive


SM 2.42 r3_O2, langpack update:

<Ctrl-O> 0'51"
CPU load (about:blank) with all add-ons you'd want to disable disabled: 3-5%
CPU load (about:blank) with enabled Adblock Plus/DownloadHelper: 100%, not responsive


SM 2.42 r3_s, langpack update:

<Ctrl-O> 0'52"
CPU load (about:blank) with all add-ons you'd want to disable disabled: 3-5%
CPU load (about:blank) with enabled Adblock Plus/DownloadHelper: 100%, responsive
CPU load (about:blank) with enabled Adblock Plus/DownloadHelper: 100%, not responsive after a reboot




Over here the winner for OS/2 and eCS 1.x hardware, without YouTube being involded, will be r3_s, unless it'll fail with a T42p or a Pentium III CPU. Reasons: load time (probably the same reason why there's EXEPACK), about the same performance, size of files (ZIP & installed, some disks almost full).

This will be the first time my SM browser is newer than my FF browser. The only real issue is having to try the Adblock Plus-alternative, and maybe the language of the Lightning component. I'll survive without the Video DownloadHelper.

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Re: New SeaMonkey builds
« Reply #18 on: June 12, 2018, 02:09:16 pm »
Test 4 (out of 4).


IBM ThinkPad T42p, Pentium M, 2 GHz CPU, 2 GiB RAM

T42'ish benchmark test only (modern theme, only NoScript & GBM still enabled as third-party SM 2.35 add-ons, langpack installed, no internet connection, no replacement for Adblock Plus).


SM 2.35:

<Ctrl-O>: 0'24"
CPU: 0-2%, excluding all peaks


SM 2.42 r3:

<Ctrl-O>: 0'28"
CPU: 3-6%, excluding all peaks


SM 2.42 r3_O2:

<Ctrl-O>: 0'28"
CPU: 3-6%, excluding all peaks


SM 2.42 r3_s:

<Ctrl-O>: 0'27"
CPU: 3-6%, excluding all peaks




Next: quick & dirty attempt to test a (common, slower) Pentium III CPU

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Re: New SeaMonkey builds
« Reply #19 on: June 12, 2018, 03:10:36 pm »
Test 2.01 (out of 4)


IBM ThinkPad X20, Pentium III, 850 MHz CPU, 320 MiB RAM


SM 2.35:

<Ctrl-O>: test aborted after 5'00" (should "work", but takes longer than 5 minutes)
CPU load: 100%, system responsive and can be used normally


SM 2.42 r3_s, --safe-mode parameter:

<Ctrl-O>: test aborted after 5'00". It "works", the first time (which checked the profile) took longer than this
CPU load: 100%, system responsive and can be used normally
« Last Edit: June 12, 2018, 03:28:45 pm by André Heldoorn »

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Re: New SeaMonkey builds
« Reply #20 on: July 02, 2018, 08:50:30 pm »

http://smedley.id.au/tmp/gcc-5.5.0-os2-20180611.zip

Compilation died here,
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66:08.09 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp: In function 'PRInt32 mozilla::{anonymous}::PR_GET_OS_ERROR()':
66:08.09 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:161:5: error: 'EINVAL' was not declared in this scope
66:08.09      EINVAL, EINVAL, ENOENT, ENOENT, EMFILE,  /* 0..4 */
66:08.09      ^
66:08.09 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:161:21: error: 'ENOENT' was not declared in this scope
66:08.09      EINVAL, EINVAL, ENOENT, ENOENT, EMFILE,  /* 0..4 */
66:08.09                      ^
66:08.09 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:161:37: error: 'EMFILE' was not declared in this scope
66:08.09      EINVAL, EINVAL, ENOENT, ENOENT, EMFILE,  /* 0..4 */
66:08.09                                      ^
66:08.09 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:162:5: error: 'EACCES' was not declared in this scope
66:08.09      EACCES, EBADF,  EIO,    ENOMEM, EIO,     /* 5..9 */
66:08.17      ^
66:08.17 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:162:13: error: 'EBADF' was not declared in this scope
66:08.17      EACCES, EBADF,  EIO,    ENOMEM, EIO,     /* 5..9 */
66:08.17              ^
66:08.17 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:162:21: error: 'EIO' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      EACCES, EBADF,  EIO,    ENOMEM, EIO,     /* 5..9 */
66:08.18                      ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:162:29: error: 'ENOMEM' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      EACCES, EBADF,  EIO,    ENOMEM, EIO,     /* 5..9 */
66:08.18                              ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:163:13: error: 'ENOEXEC' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      EINVAL, ENOEXEC,EINVAL, EINVAL, EINVAL,  /* 10..14 */
66:08.18              ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:164:13: error: 'EBUSY' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      ENOENT, EBUSY,  EXDEV,  ENOENT, EROFS,   /* 15..19 */
66:08.18              ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:164:21: error: 'EXDEV' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      ENOENT, EBUSY,  EXDEV,  ENOENT, EROFS,   /* 15..19 */
66:08.18                      ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:164:37: error: 'EROFS' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      ENOENT, EBUSY,  EXDEV,  ENOENT, EROFS,   /* 15..19 */
66:08.18                                      ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:166:29: error: 'ENOSPC' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      EIO,    EIO,    EIO,    ENOSPC, EIO,     /* 25..29 */
66:08.18                              ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:177:5: error: 'EEXIST' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      EEXIST, EIO,    ENOENT, EIO,    EIO,     /* 80..84 */
66:08.18      ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:178:37: error: 'EAGAIN' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      EIO,    EIO,    EINVAL, EIO,    EAGAIN,  /* 85..89 */
66:08.18                                      ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:180:5: error: 'EINTR' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      EINTR,  EIO,    EIO,    EIO,    EACCES,  /* 95..99 */
66:08.18      ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:182:37: error: 'EPIPE' was not declared in this scope
66:08.18      EINVAL, ENOMEM, EIO,    EACCES, EPIPE,   /* 105..109 */
66:08.18                                      ^
66:08.18 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:183:13: error: 'E2BIG' was not declared in this scope
66:08.19      ENOENT, E2BIG,  ENOSPC, ENOMEM, EBADF,   /* 110..114 */
66:08.19              ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:186:29: error: 'ECHILD' was not declared in this scope
66:08.19      ENOENT, ENOENT, ENOENT, ECHILD, ECHILD,  /* 125..129 */
66:08.19                              ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:187:21: error: 'ESPIPE' was not declared in this scope
66:08.19      EACCES, EINVAL, ESPIPE, EINVAL, EINVAL,  /* 130..134 */
66:08.19                      ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:202:13: error: 'ENAMETOOLONG' was not declared in this scope
66:08.19      EINVAL, ENAMETOOLONG, EINVAL, EINVAL, EINVAL,  /* 205..209 */
66:08.19              ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:207:29: error: 'ENOTCONN' was not declared in this scope
66:08.19      EINVAL, EBUSY,  EAGAIN, ENOTCONN, EINVAL, /* 230..234 */
66:08.19                              ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:217:21: error: 'ENOTSUP' was not declared in this scope
66:08.19      EINVAL, EINVAL, ENOTSUP, EINVAL, EEXIST,  /* 280..284 */
66:08.19                      ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:221:29: error: 'ESRCH' was not declared in this scope
66:08.19      EINVAL, EBUSY,  EINVAL, ESRCH,  EINVAL,  /* 300..304 */
66:08.19                              ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp: In member function 'nsresult mozilla::{anonymous}::AbstractReadEvent::Read(mozilla::{anonymous}::ScopedArrayBufferContents&)':
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:137:24: error: 'EINVAL' was not declared in this scope
66:08.19  #define OS_ERROR_INVAL EINVAL
66:08.19                         ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:768:56: note: in expansion of macro 'OS_ERROR_INVAL'
66:08.19        Fail(NS_LITERAL_CSTRING("Arithmetics"), nullptr, OS_ERROR_INVAL);
66:08.19                                                         ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:136:24: error: 'ENOMEM' was not declared in this scope
66:08.19  #define OS_ERROR_NOMEM ENOMEM
66:08.19                         ^
66:08.19 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:773:53: note: in expansion of macro 'OS_ERROR_NOMEM'
66:08.19        Fail(NS_LITERAL_CSTRING("allocate"), nullptr, OS_ERROR_NOMEM);
66:08.20                                                      ^
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:139:23: error: 'EIO' was not declared in this scope
66:08.20  #define OS_ERROR_RACE EIO
66:08.20                        ^
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:791:49: note: in expansion of macro 'OS_ERROR_RACE'
66:08.20        Fail(NS_LITERAL_CSTRING("read"), nullptr, OS_ERROR_RACE);
66:08.20                                                  ^
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp: In member function 'virtual nsresult mozilla::{anonymous}::DoReadToStringEvent::BeforeRead()':
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:137:24: error: 'EINVAL' was not declared in this scope
66:08.20  #define OS_ERROR_INVAL EINVAL
66:08.20                         ^
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:891:60: note: in expansion of macro 'OS_ERROR_INVAL'
66:08.20        Fail(NS_LITERAL_CSTRING("Decode"), mResult.forget(), OS_ERROR_INVAL);
66:08.20                                                             ^
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:137:24: error: 'EINVAL' was not declared in this scope
66:08.20  #define OS_ERROR_INVAL EINVAL
66:08.20                         ^
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:896:72: note: in expansion of macro 'OS_ERROR_INVAL'
66:08.20        Fail(NS_LITERAL_CSTRING("DecoderForEncoding"), mResult.forget(), OS_ERROR_INVAL);
66:08.20                                                                         ^
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp: In member function 'virtual void mozilla::{anonymous}::DoReadToStringEvent::AfterRead(mozilla::TimeStamp, mozilla::{anonymous}::ScopedArrayBufferContents&)':
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:138:28: error: 'EFBIG' was not declared in this scope
66:08.20  #define OS_ERROR_TOO_LARGE EFBIG
66:08.20                             ^
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:911:65: note: in expansion of macro 'OS_ERROR_TOO_LARGE'
66:08.20        Fail(NS_LITERAL_CSTRING("arithmetics"), mResult.forget(), OS_ERROR_TOO_LARGE);
66:08.20                                                                  ^
66:08.20 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:137:24: error: 'EINVAL' was not declared in this scope
66:08.20  #define OS_ERROR_INVAL EINVAL
66:08.21                         ^
66:08.21 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:917:66: note: in expansion of macro 'OS_ERROR_INVAL'
66:08.21        Fail(NS_LITERAL_CSTRING("GetMaxLength"), mResult.forget(), OS_ERROR_INVAL);
66:08.21                                                                   ^
66:08.21 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:138:28: error: 'EFBIG' was not declared in this scope
66:08.21  #define OS_ERROR_TOO_LARGE EFBIG
66:08.21                             ^
66:08.21 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:922:65: note: in expansion of macro 'OS_ERROR_TOO_LARGE'
66:08.21        Fail(NS_LITERAL_CSTRING("arithmetics"), mResult.forget(), OS_ERROR_TOO_LARGE);
66:08.21                                                                  ^
66:08.21 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:138:28: error: 'EFBIG' was not declared in this scope
66:08.21  #define OS_ERROR_TOO_LARGE EFBIG
66:08.21                             ^
66:08.21 C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp:929:64: note: in expansion of macro 'OS_ERROR_TOO_LARGE'
66:08.21        Fail(NS_LITERAL_CSTRING("allocation"), mResult.forget(), OS_ERROR_TOO_LARGE);
66:08.21                                                                 ^
66:08.29
66:08.31 In the directory  C:/work/cc45esr/obj-sm/toolkit/components/osfile
66:08.31 The following command failed to execute properly:
66:08.32 c++ -o NativeOSFileInternals.obj -c -IC:/work/cc45esr/obj-sm/dist/stl_wrappers -DSTATIC_EXPORTABLE_JS_API -DMOZILLA_INTERNAL_API -DIMPL_LIBXUL -IC:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile -I. -I../../../dist/include -I/@unixroot/usr/include/nspr4 -I/@unixroot/usr/include/nss3 -I/@unixroot/usr/include/pixman-1 -DMOZILLA_CLIENT -include ../../../mozilla-config.h -Uunix -U__unix -U__unix__ -MD -MP -MF .deps/NativeOSFileInternals.obj.pp -idirafter g:/OS2TK45/h -Wall -Wempty-body -Woverloaded-virtual -Wsign-compare -Wwrite-strings -Wno-invalid-offsetof -Wcast-align -fno-exceptions -fno-strict-aliasing -Zomf -fno-rtti -fno-exceptions -fno-math-errno -std=gnu++0x -pthread -DNDEBUG -DTRIMMED -g -march=pentium-m -O3 -mstackrealign -fomit-frame-pointer -Wshadow C:/work/cc45esr/mozilla/toolkit/components/osfile/NativeOSFileInternals.cpp
66:08.32 make.EXE[4]: *** [NativeOSFileInternals.obj] Error 1
66:08.32 make.EXE[3]: *** [toolkit/components/osfile/target] Error 2
66:08.32 make.EXE[3]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....

I fixed this by simply including errno.h

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Also lots of warnings like,
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66:11.33 <built-in>: note: this is the location of the previous definition
66:18.55 UnifiedBindings22.obj
66:18.74 In file included from <command-line>:0:0:
66:18.74 ./../../mozilla-config.h:153:0: warning: "__STDC_LIMIT_MACROS" redefined
66:18.74  #define __STDC_LIMIT_MACROS
66:18.74  ^
66:18.74 <built-in>: note: this is the location of the previous definition
66:18.74 In file included from <command-line>:0:0:
66:18.74 ./../../mozilla-config.h:154:0: warning: "__STDC_CONSTANT_MACROS" redefined
66:18.74  #define __STDC_CONSTANT_MACROS
66:18.74  ^
66:18.74 <built-in>: note: this is the location of the previous definition
66:19.16 xpfe_appshell.lib.desc

This eventually caused an error so I added some guards to mozilla_config.h.in which allowed the build to finish.
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5.3.0 seemed to work the same as 5.1.0
Thanks

BTW, should I be updating binutils?

Unluckily building with Pentium M as a target still crashes very early,
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147008C1  JMP    0x147007d0                 (e9 0affffff)
147008C6  LEA    ESI, [ESI+0x0]             (8d76 00)
147008C9  LEA    EDI, [EDI+0x0]             (8dbc27 00000000)
147008D0  MOVDQA XMM0, DQWORD [0x1472ca40]  (660f6f05 40ca7214)
147008D8 >MOVDQA DQWORD [0x17deeb88], XMM0  (660f7f05 88ebde17)
147008E0  MOVDQA XMM0, DQWORD [0x1472ca50]  (660f6f05 50ca7214)
147008E8  MOVDQA DQWORD [0x17deeb98], XMM0  (660f7f05 98ebde17)
147008F0  MOVDQA XMM0, DQWORD [0x1472ca60]  (660f6f05 60ca7214)

If reading the trp file correctly, eg
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 Call Stack
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   EBP     Address    Module     Obj:Offset    Nearest Public Symbol
 --------  ---------  --------  -------------  -----------------------
 Trap  ->  147008D8   XUL       0001:016608D8  nsTextFragment.cpp#60 __ZN14nsTextFragment4InitEv + 168 0001:01660770 (C:\work\cc45esr\obj-sm\dom\base\Unified_cpp_dom_base8.cpp)

it is this variable that is the problem
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  // Create single-char strings
  for (i = 0; i < 256; ++i) {
    sSingleCharSharedString[i] = i;
  }
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Re: New SeaMonkey builds
« Reply #21 on: July 11, 2018, 10:58:08 am »
FWIW, just reporting, perhaps general stability is involved. Recently the r3_s SM release crashed twice as soon as a CMD.EXE session was exited by typing X + <ENTER>. This window was still visible during the creation of the TRP file. The length of both X.BAT and X.CMD is 5 bytes: "@EXIT". Edited TRP file quote of the second time:

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OS2/eCS Version:  2.45
 # of Processors:  1
 Physical Memory:  2038 mb
 Virt Addr Limit:  2048 mb
 Exceptq Version:  7.11.4-shl (Mar  6 2017)
______________________________________________________________________

 Process:  SEAMONKEY.EXE (06/08/2018 02:08:17 276,732)
 PID:      47D (1149)
 TID:      01 (1)
 Priority: 200

 Filename: XUL.DLL (06/08/2018 02:21:05 32,429,211)
 Address:  005B:129F2890 (0001:02632890)
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 129F2882  MOV   EAX, [0x1c0501bc]  (a1 bc01051c)
 129F2887  MOV   [ESP], EAX         (890424)
 129F288A  CALL  0x1f5027bc         (e8 2dffb00c)
 129F288F  INT 3                    (cc)
 129F2890 >NOP                      (90)
 129F2891  XOR   EAX, EAX           (31c0)
 129F2893  MOV   [0x0], EAX         (a3 00000000)
 129F2898  UD2                      (0f0b)
______________________________________________________________________

 EAX : 00000000   EBX  : 0000190E   ECX : 1C069002   EDX  : 1C069070
 ESI : 129CAD5C   EDI  : 129CF5A2
 ESP : 0019E1C4   EBP  : 129CAD9C   EIP : 129F2890   EFLG : 00002246
 CS  : 005B       CSLIM: FFFFFFFF   SS  : 0053       SSLIM: FFFFFFFF

 EAX : not a valid address
 EBX : not a valid address
 ECX : read/write memory at 0003:00019002 in LIBC066
 EDX : read/write memory at 0003:00019070 in LIBC066
 ESI : read/exec  memory at 0001:0260AD5C in XUL
 EDI : read/exec  memory at 0001:0260F5A2 in XUL
______________________________________________________________________

   Size       Base        ESP         Max         Top
 00100000   001A0000 -> 0019E1C4 -> 0017D000 -> 000A0000
______________________________________________________________________

   EBP     Address    Module     Obj:Offset    Nearest Public Symbol
 --------  ---------  --------  -------------  -----------------------
 Trap  ->  129F2890   XUL       0001:02632890  between js::gc::GCRuntime::collect + 500 and js::gc::GCRuntime::gc - 40  (both in Unified_cpp_js_src23.cpp)

 129CAD9C  6F697472   Invalid address: 6F697472

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Re: New SeaMonkey builds
« Reply #22 on: July 11, 2018, 04:17:06 pm »
Looks like an out of memory error.

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Re: New SeaMonkey builds
« Reply #23 on: July 18, 2018, 06:45:41 pm »
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Adblock is known to cause high CPU on our builds
uBlock is a good alternative, on all platforms as they don't take money for ads to bypass the blocker.
Personally I find that NoScript combined with a hosts file works well to block ads and other crap as well. I use the hosts file available at http://winhelp2002.mvps.org/hosts.htm, just need to manually install it into \mptn\etc, merging if needed.

Here the results of all methods are about the same. Without any of the above, excluding noscript, the browser remains usable for a while. With the large hosts file the CPU load is 100%, but with a responsive system for a while. I've disabled or uninstalled the blockers now.

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« Reply #24 on: July 19, 2018, 02:21:11 am »
Bit surprising that the hosts file made that much difference.
One thing that does make a difference here is what page is displayed. This page, with scripts disabled, gives about 3% on one core with the others offline. If I go to the "Show unread posts since last visit" page, CPU usage goes way up with peeks that would be about 120% if on one core. It's strange as the page is simple.

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« Reply #25 on: July 19, 2018, 06:13:39 am »
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Bit surprising that the hosts file made that much difference.

It's strange as the page is simple.
Actually the difference is quite small. I was hoping the results with just a hosts file would have been better, because no blocking add-on was involved (except for noscript). Hence the switch to no blocking at all, except for noscript.

The CPU load increases when a simple forum website is being used for a while. This may also explain the earlier possible out-of-memory-related error, which wasn't expected. Typing long messages doesn't help either. After a while typing is almost impossible. BTW, seems like SM for OS/2 doesn't support a faulty HTML "lang=es-es" setting when "lang=es" is a standard):

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Thus, a country subtag like BE would most probably have no effect (except that some old software might fail to recognize nl-BE at all, even if it recognizes simple language codes like nl
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If the language of the browser is English, ours is, then e.g. "lang=es-es" or "lang=nl-nl" results in all non-English words being misspelled, despite of a FF "es" or "nl" dictionary being installed. Perhaps this effect accounts for a part of the lasting increased CPU load. While typing this the CPU is load is less than 100%. When I go to a phpbb forum to type a message too, without animated adds, the CPU load increases to 100%. If I would start typing a long text, then the system remains responsive but editing text is almost impossible.

Just reporting, I'm not expecting FF fixes.