Imo that would be a bad idea.
I often have different VM which would use the same resource, but don't simultaneously as I do not run both VM at the same time.
If your idea was implemented consistently a VM with pass through could not be copied.
In summary showing resources currently in use is a...
The advantage of copy on write (CoW) is resilience to file system corruption on abrupt power loss. When a file is modified: a new updated copy is created then pointers updated and the old file storage added to the recycling pool. This approach ensures a file is never partly updated. The...
So keyboards don't use ascii coding, the key mapping is keyboard dependent. What a weird choice of standard.
So noVNC would need a "Keyboard" setting to do the ascii to key code mapping reliably.
Some browsers expose keyboard layout information but unfortunately not all.
You confuse me. I also find the threads on this subject confusing as two completely different functions are mixed together.
noVNC in Proxmox console already has buttons for
I thought these worked in a VM without a guest agent. Essentially functioning...
Does that really need to be the case?
When installing and maintaining a VM I often need to type command lines into the VM console. This procedure would be faster and less error prone with paste text from clipboard support.
Some of the VMs are images from other suppliers and while installing...
Clock frequency x Cores -> approximate relative performance
Provided the cores are about the same, your software uses all the cores, and performance is processor limited (not Disk, ram or thermal limited).
By the way
When comparing performance for it to be relevant you actually need to be...
As performance wise it is mostly a router I would
Reserve 1 NIC for Proxmox and the other virtual machines
Pass through the other NICs to pfsense so it can optimise network throughput and use hardware offloading where it helps
Start with Proxmox virtualisation in Netgate manual
and Netgate virtualisation forum
Configure two bridge in Proxmox to connect to pfsense
Or use VLAN in pfsense to separate the WAN and LAN interfaces (router on a stick), and use VLAN controls in Proxmox to separate the interfaces
Some background information would help
Is this a new install? Has it ever worked?
Is this a single server running Proxmox or part of a cluster
If it has worked in the past, what general tasks were you doing prior to it stopping working
What does these commands show
systemctl status networking.service
Have you tried
systemctl restart networking
As that helped me Host network access lost after Proxmox upgrade 7.0 to 7.1