purpleworldmusic.comal, Default (15 Sekunden) ändern in (30 Minuten), Backup der aktuellen Browser Sitzung. Geben Sie dann in der Suchzeile [purpleworldmusic.comal] ein, um die Intervall-Einstellung zu finden. Per Doppelklick auf die Zahl. Dann den Parameter purpleworldmusic.comal suchen und per Doppelklick anwählen. 3. Anschließend den Wert von (
Internet BrowserDokumentname. Dieses Tutorial wurde mühelos mit Flowshare® von miraminds generiert. Hier ist die dicke Headline. 5. Klick auf ‚purpleworldmusic.comal'. Unter about:config kann man den Wert für purpleworldmusic.comal ändern. Dieser steht per default bei Millisekunden ( Bei Firefox gibt man als Zieladresse about:config ein und stellt unter browser.purpleworldmusic.comal den Wert auf ca. Aber ACHTUNG! die Einstellungen.
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Please ask a new question if you need help. The video is choppy. Takes more than 10 minutes to play properly and I cna stream fine on other browsers.
Have you enabled multi-process? To make a long story short: we are aware of the problem, but fixing it for real requires completely re-architecturing Session Restore.
Does Firefox also do this when you close it? Can I set it to a high interval and still be sure to get my session, assuming that Firefox has been closed properly the last time?
I just run portable Firefox off my secondary, non-ssd harddrive. Does it flush after every white? Otherwise a lot of this should be mitigated by the OS filesystem cache.
If not, this might be something interesting to try for comparison purposes. Related: using Firefox in private mode probably could be a workaround.
A few solutions, some slanted toward Linux but can be modified for other OSes. So, in order to change it to 30 minutes, you would do the following:.
I recommend you use an adblocker as well. Hi Yoric, thanks for chiming in on this. Is there an existing Firefox bug regarding this problem?
If so, which ID does it have? Could you link it? Are there plans on Mozillas side, to address this issues. You describe that a fix is not trivial but at the same time it sounds like there is no active work happening ot the moment.
I understand that with e10s being your main focus point, this may have to wait until after Firefox Also, the question is if most people actually need a full session restore or if they are satisfied with a URL restore for each tab.
For this the browser would only need to write whenever the URL of a tab is changed — which would result in much much less data. My two year old system drive Samsung Pro has written 7.
So making the very conservative assumption of a write endurance of TB the drive should be good for another 25 years at this rate. Raw IO measurements will likely not indicate what is actually written to disk, to begin with, so your measurement is quite biased to the high side.
So, does a few MB more or less matter? Not really. I solved this by disabling the feature and using an add on that saves the sessions to Dropbox instead of my local ssd.
I like this idea, and use the AddOn called Session Manager to restore any browsing session, including crashed browsing sessions. It also backs up a crash.
I wonder if it uses a similar scanning protocol? Please note that my desktop SSD has a SandForce controller and I have just no idea whether iotop takes it compression in account or not.
Goodbye Firefox and hello Opera. Last edited: Jan 23, Deckard , Jan 23, Brummelchen , Jan 24, Rasheed , Jul 9, I couldn't see anything suspicious.
Rasheed , Jul 22, Not System Explorer, but Process Hacker. The Extension is also be able to "Forget closed tabs" and "Forget closed windows" and shows settings, timings and size.
SR is designed for the following use cases: 1. Crash recovery without losing state; 2. Quit and restart from the same browsing position either manually or automatically ; 3.
Upgrade Firefox or Extensions without losing state. For 1. This means that we need to write all the costly stuff, including DOM Session Storage which is currently what takes most of the disk space, iirc , forms, etc.
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