Has Your Mix of Browser Types Changed? Reboot Your Private Node for Resource Re-Allocation
Your Private Node optimizes its internal resources based on the number of FireFox, Chrome and Selenium transactions that are running in it. This occurs on reboot. If your browser “mix” has changed since the last reboot, you may need to reboot to ensure the proper allocation of resources. For example, if you have been running steady with mostly Firefox transactions and a few Chrome transactions, your Private Node will have more Firefox profiles than Chrome profiles. If recently you have then uploaded many new Chrome transactions, it is recommended to reboot the Private Node. This will ensure the proper number of Chrome profiles are available to run the new Chrome transactions (as well as all of the Firefox transactions). If the “mix” is steady and has not changed, there is no need for this reboot.