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Re: [et-mgmt-tools] VMware/qemu-kvm-?? migration



On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 08:53:32AM -0400, Gene Czarcinski wrote:
> 4.  Under qemu-kvm I created a simple Fedora guest definition.  I
> then copied and used a VMware F9 guest with a vmdk file which is
> HWversion=4 and was created under VMware on a SCSI interface disk.
> To make matters even worse, this VMware guest uses the "root" (/)
> partition on a LVM logical volume.  Boot the guest up on qemu-kvm
> and it immediately crashes because it cannot find "root" or see the
> logical volumes.

I'm not really familiar with HWversion in VMWare.  We just support
whatever qemu / qemu-img supports, so I suggest trying to do a
conversion using qemu-img (see my previous posting).

Rich.

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