Static files randomly fail to load in Google Chrome
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I've noticed while using Google Chrome that frequently (once every 2 or 3 refresh) some of my static files fail to load, it can be anything: an image, a .js file, etc. Opening that file directly always work, reloading the page usually work as well. I couldn't reproduce this behavior with Firefox.
This is happening with the default options for the runserver of django.contrib.staticfiles.
I figured this probably had to do with either a timeout or the size of the request queue, possibly both. I tried setting request_queue_size to 10 (default is 5) as demonstrated in the attached file and it completely solve the issue. I the tried setting it to 1 and it makes the issue systematic.
I tried to find how many concurrent requests chrome does and found the following:
Unless I'm missing something, Chrome actually use less concurrent requests than Firefox. A value of 10 for request_queue_size does seem to solve my problem completely, but I wouldn't know what should be the actual best value.
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|Triage Stage:||Unreviewed → Accepted|