VMmanager Documentation (user)

Operations over virtual machines


All operations performed in VMmanager can be divided into main and additional. Main operations are called from the VM context menu, additional operations are called on the VM page.

Main operations

The main operations are available in Virtual machines → Menu or in Virtual machines → open a virtual machine page → Menu:

  • Start/Stop — start/stop a virtual machine;
  • Restart — restart a virtual machine;
  • Reinstall — install a new operating system on your virtual machine:
    1. Select an Operating system.
    2. Select Applications and scripts to be launched upon operating system installation. Scripts are to prepare virtual machines for operation. E.g. you can use them to install any software or set up configuration files. Read more in Scripts.
    3. Specify the VM password or click on Generate for an automatically generated password.
    4. To receive an email with the VM access settings, enable the Send email with password option.
  • Recovery mode — start/stop the recovery mode;
  • Mount ISO-image — mount your own ISO image to the VM;
  • Change password — create a new root password for the virtual machine;
  • VNC — use the web interface to connect to the working area of your virtual machine. Read more in VNC;
  • Run script — select a script that will be started on the virtual machine via the SSH protocol;
  • Notes — add notes to a virtual machine.

Additional operations

The additional operations are available in Virtual machines → open a virtual machine page.

Information tab

The tab contains the current system status of the virtual machine:

  • Network speed — the speed of incoming and outgoing traffic in Mbit/s;
  • vCPU — number of processors in percent;
  • RAM in MB;
  • Storage in MB.

Virtual disks tab

For the available functions, see the Managing VM disks article.

Backups tab

For the available functions, see the Backups article.

IP addresses tab

The tab contains the IPs assigned to your virtual machine.

You can choose the type for adding an IPv4 address to a VM. The file to which the network configuration will be written depends on the selected type:

Type namePath to configuration filesUsed for


Debian-based operating systems — AlmaLinux, Astra Linux, Debian, and Ubuntu




FreeBSD-based operating systems
redhat-based/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-<interface>RHEL-based operating systems — CentOS, Oracle Linux, Rocky Linux

Windows OS

noneThe configuration is not added to the VM
  • OS from ISO images
  • Windows OS

Network settings tab

The tab contains the settings of the network interfaces of the VM:

  • Name;
  • IP address;
  • MAC address.

Statistics tab

The tab contains the information about the resources consumed by the virtual machine. Here you can specify the period and the type of the resource:

  • CPU load;
  • RAM consumed;
  • Storage consumed;
  • Input-output operations (IOPS);
  • Incoming traffic speed;
  • Outgoing traffic speed.

History tab

The tab contains a log of virtual machine operations launched from VMmanager.

Tasks tab

The tab contains active operations running on the VM. For example, rebooting, installing the OS, etc.

VNC settings tab

The tab contains the data used to connect to a virtual machine via VNC:

  • VNC server;
  • VNC port;
  • Password for access to a VNC server.

Read more in VNC.

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