ALERT: Google Chrome Version 110 and Later 'Memory Saver' Feature May Affect Active Usage of Oracle Analytics
(Doc ID 2930259.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 03, 2023
Applies to:Oracle Analytics Cloud - Version N/A to N/A [Release 14.1]
Oracle Analytics Server on OCI Marketplace - Version 5.9.0 and later
Oracle Analytics Server - Version 5.9.0 and later
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Google Chrome version 110 introduces a 'Memory Saver' feature which is enabled by default.
The memory saver feature actively discards, or shuts down tabs that it thinks are inactive.
This can affect the usage of Oracle Analytics Cloud or Server while you are actively using the product.
For example, if you are in the middle of an activity, and waiting for it to return a response the activity could be in an unsaved state.
Chrome may inactivate the tab with out closing it, then when you select the tab, the browser performs a full page reload, and you will lose any state and have to restart.
The issue could also occur if you switch windows or tabs without saving first, then Chrome may reload the tab when you switch back, which will cause the unsaved state to be lost.
Google Chrome browser update to version 110, or later.
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