-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 A strange networking problem just started in the past day or so:
Every few hours, around 2/3 of my VMs will suddenly lose network access. I can still ping websites from sys-net and sys-firewall, and some VMs still have normal network access, even though all of them are using the same sys-firewall. (Other devices on my LAN are also fine.) The weird part is, if I create a new, additional "sys-firewall1" ProxyVM and switch over one of the non-working VMs to it *without restarting* the non-working VM, network access gets successfully restored. So, the problem must be in sys-firewall or the AppVMs, I think. I've tried basing sys-firewall on fedora-24 and fedora-24-minimal with the same results. Also double-checked NetVM assignments and firewall rules, of course. Any ideas for logs or tools I should check to find out what's failing, or where it's failing? - ----------------------------------------------------------------- I can't imagine what caused this problem to suddenly start, except maybe a dom0 or template update, so here are the packages I've updated in dom0 recently as part of normal qubes-dom0-update: libsndfile sudo bind99-libs bind99-license ghostscript-core hswdata perf ntfs-3g ntfsprogs perl perl-libs perl-macros And here are the packages I've updated in my fedora-24 template (again, as normal updates): libicu libidn2 gnome-abrt gnome-software libdmapsharing libmetalink lz4 lz4-r131 rpm rpm-build-libs rpm-libs rpm-plugin-selinux rpm-plugin-systemd-inhibit rpm-python rpm-python3 Any ideas? - -- Andrew David Wong (Axon) Community Manager, Qubes OS https://www.qubes-os.org -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- iQIcBAEBCgAGBQJYOcmCAAoJENtN07w5UDAwiqUP/3CylKymAzATJE5e7wyG98GZ 1pByD7hTfgs5X4X56emHgO5enCZbhugQ/JJrQZj4q8vPdur2WVG99cWfi9cVnPNJ wBWo4r2O1sS0HS85o8ya6Jv93XJ+rsmScBwBobq9P/D3x5PL8petLVbpGgd02Kaw C76vPmy00ZBKaTVpGtV90bcasF6vMVLT3osymRkwOPqxbimVMUqz0tfzD3s1PI5O PpYK8Im18xjCxNhrdjY/K+jhG7mOkVssK0qc31LCK0HZ/jnaDM7gyFAb2NPKOG+w EmpuvPU6TnzUEoLhPgj9k9RlNojwqy2OuClnefN/iqvp582oIZtN4OHSaXqAsU3U Eo/MIFZqDOn9SZkyKF2lRb7Ro3DvfEXQHOHNVDbtlH/Jk1GgZ07UhaYLkRPK/m/L N2qpV9zwzeRDlBVtP0BtbdiQzQdLmUVXvcz4FxONXfARDhLMUALakXpbV8UDRqfG 2r1wNa4DrTXtL7wf0wgy9mCxYzm2IXfIISQ9t3pfXeLemu3cY5Khwz/9kB/9iKRC 86xH0j75S5YJw+caOyO4q/3AVoGbsMCseRQyKDvdeiau7jEv2Jvaf60li8nwjAgv pF1Ygq590P+WcDPGFnAqwjYc/0CyKtasWuFoAOlCXxMbZ3CLaBJdjh6XDre7wXBp Tg3rZomPyMw/9crPQVwf =gGCn -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/41b2609d-2324-f6ad-6bd5-2d57b28593d1%40qubes-os.org. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.