Re: [qubes-users] network graph [feature request]

2019-06-27 Thread Andrew David Wong
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On 27/06/2019 8.15 PM, Andrew David Wong wrote:
> On 27/06/2019 6.44 PM, haaber wrote:
>> Hi, by running qvm-ls a directed graph of which qubes depends on 
>> which other as netVM can be obtained. I thought that this would
>> be nice to have the network graph visualized in the qubes widget
>> (or in network-manager, which is more natural, but maybe harder
>> to fiddle in the code).
> 
>> The graph is flat, loop-free, and easy to organise: on top go
>> VM's without netvm, from there we branch childs. In general, 5
>> layers will suffice. The only question is whether that would need
>> extra python libraries to be brought into dom0 (like networkx,
>> pyplot which probably is not wanted) ... anyways, I though I
>> throw the idea in the ring. Have a good one, Bernhard
> 
> 
> Something like this has already been implemented. I remember seeing
> it in Qubes OS. I can't seem to find it now, though, so either:
> 
> 1. It was in 3.2 but not carried over to 4.0, or 2. It's accessed
> from Qubes Global Settings, which is currently broken.
> 

The Qubes Global Settings fix is in testing, by the way:

https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/4988

> There's also this open issue:
> 
> https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/2575
> 

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Re: [qubes-users] network graph [feature request]

2019-06-27 Thread Andrew David Wong
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On 27/06/2019 6.44 PM, haaber wrote:
> Hi, by running qvm-ls a directed graph of which qubes depends on
> which other as netVM can be obtained. I thought that this would be
> nice to have the network graph visualized in the qubes widget (or
> in network-manager, which is more natural, but maybe harder to
> fiddle in the code).
> 
> The graph is flat, loop-free, and easy to organise: on top go VM's 
> without netvm, from there we branch childs. In general, 5 layers
> will suffice. The only question is whether that would need extra
> python libraries to be brought into dom0 (like networkx, pyplot
> which probably is not wanted) ... anyways, I though I throw the
> idea in the ring. Have a good one, Bernhard
> 

Something like this has already been implemented. I remember seeing it
in Qubes OS. I can't seem to find it now, though, so either:

1. It was in 3.2 but not carried over to 4.0, or
2. It's accessed from Qubes Global Settings, which is currently broken.

There's also this open issue:

https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/2575

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Community Manager, Qubes OS
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[qubes-users] network graph [feature request]

2019-06-27 Thread haaber

Hi, by running qvm-ls a directed graph of which qubes depends on which
other as netVM can be obtained. I thought that this would be nice to
have the network graph visualized in the qubes widget (or in
network-manager, which is more natural, but maybe harder to fiddle in
the code).

The graph is flat, loop-free, and easy to organise: on top go VM's
without netvm, from there we branch childs. In general, 5 layers will
suffice. The only question is whether that would need extra python
libraries to be brought into dom0 (like networkx, pyplot which probably
is not wanted) ... anyways, I though I throw the idea in the ring. Have
a good one, Bernhard

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