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Re: [Libguestfs] P2V using 2 physical machines - Fedora OS installed on both

Thanks for your time Richard. 

We are still unable to proceed :( Please find the steps which we followed.

1. Installed Fedora 21 on both the physical machines. (PHYSICAL HARDWARE 1 , 2 == PHY1, PHY2).The hardwares used are HP SL nodes which has Hardware RAID0 configured.
2. Installed following packages : yum install qemu libvirt-client virt-manager   virt-viewer guestfish libguestfs-tools virt-top
3. On the First physical hardware (P2V Machine PHY1), we execute the following commands:
   virt-p2v-make-kickstart fedora
   livecd-creator p2v.ks
4  This creates the "livecd-p2v-2xxxxxx.iso which is copied outside of the PHY1 P2V server.(We copy it on desktop)
5. We boot the same first physical machine, PHY1 by attaching the ISO as Virtual CDROM device from the ILO console
6. We are able to see the Conversion Server' GUI login screen
7. After entering the credentials, we click on 'Test Connection' with Conversion Server details' (SSH is working fine for the Conversion server, PHY2 !)

   'Next' button is never enabled !!! The error message says "End of File"

Please guide us.

Thanks and Regards,

On Tue, Nov 3, 2015 at 4:47 AM, Richard W.M. Jones <rjones redhat com> wrote:
On Mon, Nov 02, 2015 at 07:24:42PM +0530, Praveen Tiwari wrote:
> Hi All,
> We have installed Fedora 21 on two physical machines (HP SL hardware) and
> generated the ISO using the "livecd-creator" on one of the machine (p2v
> server)
> We are unable to establish the connection between the two machines when we
> try to boot the first machine (p2v machine) using the ISO created !
> Can you please share the sequence of steps which we need to follow when
> using two physical machines ? Screenshots might be helpful, if available.

All the steps are covered in the manual:


As it is simply making an ssh connection, you just need to check that
ssh works.  There is a console on the virt-p2v ISO, accessible using
Alt+Ctrl+F2 (IIRC).

> Do we need to try the RHEL 7.1 free version for testing this, if
> Fedora 21 is not supported ?

Either one should work.


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