This is just my non-apache two cents.
- Is your js loaded after all of the libraries? Are you sure?
- Is your js file one huge file or many little ones? It sounds like one big file.
You’ve probably already looked at those, but sometimes it helps to have another person chime in.
There are "a few megabytes" of our own code, plus OpenLayers map handling and jQuery.
We're serving it through Apache 2.2.15-59, which arrived on CentOS 6.9 in mid April.
And everything works well and reliably for us.
But for the last couple of weeks, our client has been experiencing problems starting the application.
Apache is not logging any errors.
The obvious explanation would be in terms of network connection between him and the hosting company.
But his connection is actually faster than ours
AND he only has problems when he uses Google Chrome: Firefox is fine.
So I'm struggling to think what this can be. Any suggestions?
Our client started having problems at ABOUT the time that yum installed 2.2.15-59.
Has something changed?