Random reboots have been happening more or less since fresh install, and across different machines entirely. What a bug for an OS.
The current major problem is that it randomly freezes - the visual effect is that the mouse gets incredibly slow, and clicking and digiting doesn’t work anymore - forcing me to shutdown by pressing the power button - losing all the unsaved work.
I did not have this before the last update. I think this is only happening when I shutdown vms, but not sure.
Looking at journalctl in Dom0 I have only a few lines of logs at the time of the incident, and a bunch after I press the power button, so I have no clue what is causing this
Fixed: the new QubesOS update that pushed the kernel version in Dom0 from 5.15.94-1 to 5.15.89-1 introduced the bugs for me (at least the freezing one), reverting to the old 5.15.89-1 seems to permanently have solved the problem.
Tagging @supporthelp to let you know how I fixed a CRITICAL bug (thanks to the random support of the community that advised me to do so in another thread)
Yes that is correct, completely different computers, although I must say with the new one (which I’m currently using, old one is gone) I haven’t experienced a random reboot in a while, could be 1 month+, maybe some update fixed this.
Actually I do not any longer, I have the formula to replicate the bug more or less, I just need to very heavily stress my hardware (lots of open vms, doing specific resource intensive tasks), then I have to open or interact with my KeePass2 instance in the vault vm, right then and there the OS freezes with the bug I described at the beginning.
If I do not interact with KeePass2 this doesn’t happen no matter what I’m doing.
I will soon change from KeePass2 to another password manager.