Waiting For Socket Chrome Mac

Waiting For Socket Chrome Mac

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• Total: 0 • • • • • • • • • • • • • Google Chrome is probably the most widely used web browsers on all the platforms. Be it Android, iOS, Windows or MacOS, Google Chrome is what becomes the very first preference for the average users to access web. Google Chrome is not a great choice among computer geeks. The reason is its resource usage i.e.

The RAM of your computer. Chrome is capable of making your entire computer slow. Apart from that, Google Chrome eats up more battery power of your laptop. There are more problems with Google Chrome running Mac OS X and MacOS Sierra than there are on the Windows platform. Google Chrome on Mac OS X and MacOS Sierra can come up with issues like mouse freezing at times, keyboard lag, it doesn’t let the tabs open up sometimes and it also results in very slow loading speed of web pages.

These issues are a real mess for a user who finds Google Chrome very user-friendly and he is forced to choose another browser just because it isn’t working fine for him on Mac OS X and MacOS Sierra platform. If you go on trying to figure out the culprit behind this performance lag of Google Chrome on Mac, you will find out many reasons. We will have a look on the settings of Google Chrome that we can tweak and get rid of all these issues. At least that’s what worked for me. Let’s go through them now.

Oct 18, 2017 - How to Fix Waiting for Available Socket Chrome Error. Type ' chrome://net-internals ' and press Enter. In the drop down menu there, Select 'Sockets' option. Now Click on the 'Flush Socket Pools' to clear all the sockets. Now Click on the History Button. Select 'Cookies and other site and plugin data' & 'Cached images.

Chrome Version: URLs (if applicable): Other browsers tested: Add OK or FAIL after other browsers where you have tested this issue: Safari 6: Firefox 20: IE 7/8/9/10: Opera 12.16: OK What steps will reproduce the problem? What is the expected result? What happens instead? Please provide any additional information below.

Attach a screenshot if possible. About 5 to 7 times per month for the entire day(12hrs), I am not able to open from my google chrome even after restarting my computer. Initially it shows 'waiting for ' in the status bar then it gives error that 'Google can't find the site'. Today I have seen 'waiting for available sockets' message in status bar. At the same time I can easily open many websites. This is simply a big headache! Processing I have the same problem with sometimes.

Problem is worsening by the fact use JS excessively so it looks like no photo is shown in an album and no info. I realise the problem when open the same photo URL in different tab, chrome wrote 'Waiting for available socket' in status bar. At the same time some photo URLs do not work and some are opening as usual. What is interesting. This problem illuminated when I open the same broken URL in incognito window. In detail: I had few tabs trying to load different URLs and they hang showing 'Waiting for available socket' in status bar, I open one of thise URL in incognito tab, it was opened there (in incognito) and at the same time all this tabs opened their photos.

Incognito somehow unhang this waiting loop. It is not related to the cache, because it unhang even tabs trying to load different URLs. It is very hard to reproduce the problem. It appears time to time.

Waiting For Socket Chrome Mac

Processing Faced this bug once again. This time trick with incognito window doesn't work.

Probably it was a coincidence. It looks like some frontend of is broken. Chrome has keepalive http connection to this frontend and can't realize that it is already dead. May be it should send TCP keepalive packets everytime when new thread put in a queue for this HTTP keepalive connection?

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Yes it is annoying that HTTP keepalive and TCP keepalive is completely different thing but you probably understand what I mean. Anyway now chrome send TCP keepalives every 45 seconds and it is tooooo long to wait for in broadband internet era. Also some sites like have nearly hundred frontends and there can be one or two broken among them. Chrome should deal with this more robust. Now users are completely out of control.

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