PDA

View Full Version : 5.0 upgrade problem: can't access web server!



Sally Shears
2003-11-23, 15:09
On Fri, 21 Nov 2003, Sally Shears wrote:

> I was having the "browser stalls" problem. Thinkgs worked great from the player.
>
> I downloaded the v2003-11-21 release... this improves the problem. With one
> player going, I can point two browsers at the server and things work well. Nice
> job, guys!
>
> However, I saw the "browser stall" problem again when I had two Macs with
> iTunes listening to the stream. Then, pointing a browser at the server produced
> a complete stall. (When listening with iTunes to the stream, you must use a
> browser to start/control the music.)

FWIW, same problem with the 11-22 nightly. Everything works great from the
remote. Launching a browser pointed as the server stalls the browser.

Looking at top on the server, I see 0% idle and perl taking 70%... My server is
a little underpowered (300mHz G3 with 192 meg, OS X 10.2.8). For now, 4.2.6
works 100%.

No big urgency, but just wanted you to know.

-- Sally

Bradley Mohr
2003-11-23, 15:42
On Nov 23, 2003, at 2:09 PM, Sally Shears wrote:
> FWIW, same problem with the 11-22 nightly. Everything works great from
> the
> remote. Launching a browser pointed as the server stalls the browser.
>
> Looking at top on the server, I see 0% idle and perl taking 70%... My
> server is
> a little underpowered (300mHz G3 with 192 meg, OS X 10.2.8). For now,
> 4.2.6
> works 100%.
>

I'm seeing the same problem with all of the nightly builds from the
21st onward (11/20 works fine). I'm running OS X 10.3.1 on a dual 1 GHz
G4 with 1 GB of RAM.

-Brad

dean
2003-11-23, 21:46
Brad,

Which Skin are you using?

-dean

On Nov 23, 2003, at 2:42 PM, Bradley Mohr wrote:

> On Nov 23, 2003, at 2:09 PM, Sally Shears wrote:
>> FWIW, same problem with the 11-22 nightly. Everything works great
>> from the
>> remote. Launching a browser pointed as the server stalls the browser.
>>
>> Looking at top on the server, I see 0% idle and perl taking 70%... My
>> server is
>> a little underpowered (300mHz G3 with 192 meg, OS X 10.2.8). For now,
>> 4.2.6
>> works 100%.
>>
>
> I'm seeing the same problem with all of the nightly builds from the
> 21st onward (11/20 works fine). I'm running OS X 10.3.1 on a dual 1
> GHz G4 with 1 GB of RAM.
>
> -Brad
>
>

Bradley Mohr
2003-11-23, 23:19
Fishbone. I'll try it with Standard and a couple others when I get a
few minutes (later tonight).

-B


On Nov 23, 2003, at 8:46 PM, dean blackketter wrote:
> Brad,
>
> Which Skin are you using?
>
> -dean
>
> On Nov 23, 2003, at 2:42 PM, Bradley Mohr wrote:
>
>> On Nov 23, 2003, at 2:09 PM, Sally Shears wrote:
>>> FWIW, same problem with the 11-22 nightly. Everything works great
>>> from the
>>> remote. Launching a browser pointed as the server stalls the browser.
>>>
>>> Looking at top on the server, I see 0% idle and perl taking 70%...
>>> My server is
>>> a little underpowered (300mHz G3 with 192 meg, OS X 10.2.8). For
>>> now, 4.2.6
>>> works 100%.
>>>
>>
>> I'm seeing the same problem with all of the nightly builds from the
>> 21st onward (11/20 works fine). I'm running OS X 10.3.1 on a dual 1
>> GHz G4 with 1 GB of RAM.
>>
>> -Brad

Bradley Mohr
2003-11-24, 01:24
Yup, it definitely only happens with Fishbone. The problem seems worse
in Safari, but I did manage to get it to freeze up in Camino, too.

If I load the page using Fishbone while running the 11/20 build, then
install the latest nightly and restart the server, I can then continue
to use Fishbone without any problems.

-B

On Nov 23, 2003, at 10:19 PM, Bradley Mohr wrote:
> Fishbone. I'll try it with Standard and a couple others when I get a
> few minutes (later tonight).
>
> -B
>
> On Nov 23, 2003, at 8:46 PM, dean blackketter wrote:
>> Brad,
>>
>> Which Skin are you using?
>>
>> -dean