Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 475988
Firefox doesn't close push-streams
Last modified: 2017-04-04 16:44:37 EDT
Description of problem:
After closing tab with previously opened push-stream (web-camera's interface) Firefox continues to receive data from it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Create 2 tabs
2.Open URL to any web-camera which pushes new frames to the stream
3.Close this tab (other blank tab should exist)
Firefox continues to consume traffic silently.
Closed connection, no traffic from closed tab.
Reporter, which web camera it is? What's the software which pushes the content to firefox?
I can reproduce with given URL and ntop, but the strange thing is that apparently there is pretty strong UPLOAD of data to the camera. I would expect download instead.
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