Beachballpalooza in Safari

Discussion in 'OS X El Capitan (10.11)' started by Bbeelzebub, Oct 4, 2015.

  1. Bbeelzebub macrumors member

    Bbeelzebub

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    Hello all. The upgrade from Yosemite to El Capitan had a few glitches for me, so I went ahead and did a clean install and everything has been fine since with the exception of beachballs in Safari. Page loads are frequently delayed for me due to the beachball popping up more than I've ever seen. This was happening before and after the clean install. Immediately after a beachball, I have started going into console to see what is logged there and I see tons of these logs.


    Could these possibly be connected? I'm trying to avoid rolling back to Yosemite, but starting at brightly colored beachballs all day isn't so much fun if I'm not at the beach.
     

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  2. lankox macrumors regular

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    I had a similar problem and determined there was a corruption with the keychain data Safari was using. I logged out of my iCloud account (selecting the option to remove all information) and then logged back in and that solved my problems.
     
  3. Bbeelzebub thread starter macrumors member

    Bbeelzebub

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    Did that and still had errors showing up. I did notice that without uBlock, I am not getting beachballs. Odd. Anyhow, I deleted the keychain and reset it, fixed uBlock I believe by changing some settings and will now stay out of Console. I think just going in there makes me worry about problems. As long as the beachballs subside, I'm good.

    Thanks!
     

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