On 2/15/21 12:44 PM, r.wiesb...@web.de wrote:
> Hello fellow Qubes users,
> I have 3 feature requests today regarding Qubes Manager:
> 1) Connect to not-running NetVM
> If a not-running NetVM is chosen there should not be an error message
> but a choice between "Start NetVM" and "Abort"

This is already done in R4.1 version.

> 2) restart netVM with connected machines
> Sometimes NetVMs have issues that are easily solved by a restart.
> Nastily Qubes prevents restarting the netVM if VMs are connected. What
> should optionally happen is either that the connected VMs are
> disconnected, the NetVM is restarted and the VMs are reconnected (that
> is what I do manually whenever this is needed) or alternatively that all
> connected VMs are restarted as well.

Respect this there is a "Cascade shutdown" that will power off all the
connected VM's in recursive mode. I understand that is not what you
mean, you want a option for restart this VM without touching any others...

I understand that you find it helpful for some kind of hardware problem
(sleep / wake up?) but it seems more a hack than a real solution.

> 3) force-reboot a VM
> Users can kill a VM, but this way the user has to wait until the VM was
> terminated and then start the machine again (kill + start). It would be
> useful to have a single option for both tasks. That happens to me almost
> daily with the USB-VM.

Uhm more than a force-reboot option, ideally the restart option should
trigger a timeout and if it expires ask you if you want to kill it or
keep waiting (same that shutdown option). Is it not the current behavior?

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