On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 7:32 PM, Richard W.M. Jones wrote: > > Probably this bug and solution: > > https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=671353#c1 > > Rich. Thanks; in the mean time I found the bug too. Going ahed I also noticed (from the manual) that virt-v2v perl script has to be run from the virt v2v tools channel and probably could not be the version of virt-v2v offered by F15 (could anyone confirm this?) So I configured a server wit this channel and also installed the virtio-win-1.0.1-3.52454.el5.noarch.rpm package from the same channel. And finally I got: virt-v2v: wxp_r815 configured with virtio drivers But I then encountered this bug, about sparse files: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=647029 after applying the workaround inside the comments I go ahead but I still get the error in attached picture while creating the template during the import phase... more to dig... I don't know if the data storage domain being an Iscsi one could influence the error. Tried some times but always I get it. In one occasion I also got an EIO error code in storage domain during import that caused a centos vm to go in paused mode... not good. I'm going to analyze eventually errors on EQL side... Anyway a vm configured instead with centos 5.6 and an optimized Xwindows System and accessed from user portal through internet with a vpn is impressive from responsiveness and usability point of view .. well done!
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