[OpenLayers-Users] Firefox performance issues on Windows
MatthewDW at gmail.com
Tue Jul 8 11:00:54 EDT 2008
Thanks, but I'm not referring to loading performance, but
interactivity performance. I'm getting about 2 fps when dragging/
panning the map, while I get >15fps in other browsers on the same
machine. Should have been more specific, perhaps.
On Jul 8, 2008, at 8:22 AM, Alexandre Ardhuin wrote:
> Firefox limits the number of connections per server.
> Typing "about:config" and filtering with "connection" will show you
> the current config of firefox. By default,
> network.http.max-connections = 24
> network.http.max-connections-per-server = 8
> network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-proxy = 4
> network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server = 2
> Use different sub-domains to load images is a common solution to
> improve the performances.
> 2008/7/8 Matt Williamson <MatthewDW at gmail.com>:
> Tried with safe mode/no add-ons, and getting pretty much the same
> Perhaps it would help if I were to be a bit more empirical... When I
> grab and drag the map, on FF3 I get about 2 frames per second while
> the map is moving. Under IE7 on the same machine, at the same time, I
> get the more expected 15-20 fps or so.
> So, when you pan the map, you get ~10 fps or better? That's about what
> I would expect, especially given that that's what I get from just
> about any other browser.
> On Jul 7, 2008, at 7:20 PM, Zac Spitzer wrote:
> > Works fine for me in FF3 on windows...
> > did you try firefox in safe mode, ie with no add-ons running?
> > z
> > On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 7:14 AM, Matt Williamson
> > <MatthewDW at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hello list,
> >> I wrote a while back about this, but I was having a bit of trouble
> >> reliably reproducing it, and I didn't have the page up and publicly
> >> accessible yet...now I have both.
> >> The page below works great in Safari 3/Mac, Safari 4DP/Mac, IE7/
> >> Firefox 2/Mac and Firefox 3/Mac/Linux. But it is dog slow in
> >> Firefox 2
> >> and Firefox 3 on Windows. Panning/dragging is stuttery to the point
> >> of
> >> being nearly unusable, and in some cases even moving the mouse over
> >> the map can stutter, and seems to spin the CPU unnecessarily. This
> >> is,
> >> for example, on a Core 2 Duo system with plenty of RAM. At first I
> >> thought it had to do with the Vector layers, but it seems to do
> >> mostly
> >> the same thing with the vector layers turned off.
> >> Any ideas as to what's causing the problem would be extremely
> >> appreciated!:
> >> http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/pih/firewx/maps.php?area=Central%20Idaho
> >> Thanks!
> >> -Matt
> >> P.S.: Probably unrelated, but I think I also have something wrong
> >> with
> >> my scales/resolutions or something, because double-clicking the map
> >> would change the center to some place far south of the click (so I
> >> disabled double-click)...if anyone notices something wrong that
> >> cause this, that would be great to know too!
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