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Re: Firefox Running Slow in Linux

The problems with FireFox "beeing slow" has two different reaons:

1.) FireFox UI is slow / Scrolling is slow:
Your video driver does not accalerated XRender well, or is slow for
other reaons. (While scrolling and running top, is FireFox eating all
the CPU or Xorg?)
FireFox just sends drawing commands to the X-Server, if the drivers
are broken its not FireFox fault.

2.) FireFox takes long to load / close:
FireFox does exactly the same on Windows as well as on Linux, but Ext3
completly dies when FireFox issues fflush commands to make sure all
files have been written appropriate.

- Clemens

2009/2/4 Patrick O'Callaghan <pocallaghan gmail com>:
> On Tue, 2009-02-03 at 16:24 -0600, Arthur Pemberton wrote:
>> On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Daniel B. Thurman <dant cdkkt com> wrote:
>> > Well, what do you mean by rendering?  What exactly are you 'rendering'?
>> The HTML and images that are being converted to pixels.
>> >  Running
>> > a java-based or some other application like a mandelbrot application or
>> > what? You
>> > might let us know exactly what you are doing?
>> Just browsing the internet.
>> > It is hard to tell with the little data you are giving as to determine if by
>> > rendering you
>> > are getting `streaming data' coming from "remote" or "local" sources  and if
>> > the
>> > data (for rendering?) coming from local/remote servers and/or services?
>> Doesn't rendering simply mean creating visuals from data?
>> > Just wondered,
>> > Dan
>> I'm talking about scrolling through long pages and zooming in and out,
>> things Firefox on Windows handles with no effort.
> I'll just comment that I have no performance problems with FF on F10
> x86_64, except that it can take a while to start up and has sometimes
> been known to suck cpu (possibly the Java plugin is doing this in my
> case). This is KDE 4.1, Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB of RAM (but it was the
> same with 2GB) and onboard Intel video. I don't use Compiz. I do use
> AdBlock, Flashblock and NoScript.
> poc
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