Ticket #191 (new defect)

Opened 4 years ago

Last modified 4 years ago

Some page of UI takes one minute over to load

Reported by: amatubu Assigned to: admin
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: User Interface Version: 1.1.3
Severity: normal Keywords:
Cc:

Description

This problem was originally reported the Help forum:

http://getpopfile.org/discussion/1/408

The issue seems to be related with Windows IE (9 and 10?).

I create this new ticket so that users can post their log files.

Naoki

Attachments

NetworkData.xml (68.2 kB) - added by k64 on 10/27/13 18:04:41.
Network Data
popfile1382832000-1.log (88.9 kB) - added by k64 on 10/27/13 18:14:27.
popfile log, part 1

Change History

10/27/13 18:04:41 changed by k64

  • attachment NetworkData.xml added.

Network Data

10/27/13 18:14:27 changed by k64

  • attachment popfile1382832000-1.log added.

popfile log, part 1

10/27/13 18:32:22 changed by k64

When I attach the file, the only way I can see to return here is via browser's back button, is that right?

I'm using Microsoft Security Essentials. Also, System Mechanic from Iolo Technologies could be monitoring traffic, but I'm fairly sure this problem started well before I acquired System Mechanic.

Just tried Chrome and the response is perfect so it could be a problem specific to IE.

10/29/13 14:29:39 changed by amatubu

Thanks.

NetworkData?.xml:

			<startedDateTime>2013-10-27T14:47:53.543+00:00</startedDateTime>
			<time>437</time>
<snip>
				<method>POST</method>
				<url>http://127.0.0.1:8080/history</url>

POPFile log:

2013/10/27 14:47:53 5676: html: 159: POST /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
<snip>
2013/10/27 14:47:53 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

These means that the request "POST /history" takes 437 milliseconds and POPFile processes the request within a second.

As for other requests, POPFile handles them within a second or two:

2013/10/27 14:33:21 5676: html: 159: GET /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:33:21 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:33:21 5676: html: 159: GET /skins/simplyblue/style.css HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:33:21 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:33:21 5676: html: 159: GET /skins/default/magnet.png HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:33:21 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:33:21 5676: html: 159: GET /otto.png HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:33:21 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:36:20 5676: html: 159: POST /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:36:20 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:38:59 5676: html: 159: GET /history?filter=real-mail&session=A44xUm5oA&setsort=from HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:38:59 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:39:45 5676: html: 159: POST /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:39:45 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:41:42 5676: html: 159: POST /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:41:43 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:42:04 5676: html: 159: POST /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:42:04 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:43:34 5676: html: 159: GET /history?session=A44xUm5oA&setsort=inserted HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:43:34 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:45:25 5676: html: 159: POST /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:45:25 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:47:06 5676: html: 159: POST /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:47:06 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:47:31 5676: html: 159: POST /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:47:32 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

2013/10/27 14:47:53 5676: html: 159: POST /history HTTP/1.1[0d][0a]
2013/10/27 14:47:53 5676: html: 193: HTTP handle_url returned code 1[0a]

Just tried Chrome and the response is perfect so it could be a problem specific to IE.

It seems that this is not a problem of POPFile.

Are you using any proxy servers? Or, if you are using any add-ons on IE, please disable them temporally.

Naoki