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Re: [virt-tools-list] virt-v2v rhev import error



On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 08:03:15PM +0000, Wandell, Doug wrote:
> Image is a prebuilt VMWare image from Layer7.  Downloaded and converted under RHEL6 like this:
> 
> virt-convert --arch=x86_64 SSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1/ SSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.xml
> qemu-img convert -O qcow2 SSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.raw SSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2
> 
> No problem.  I then manually created an xml definition for libvirt and defined it.  Machine boots and runs fine.  However, when I go to import into RHEV, I get the following.  Note there appear to be 4 different errors here, so i'm not sure where to start:
> 
> 
> root rhel6host >virt-v2v -i libvirtxml -o rhev -osd our-netapp:/vol/virt_kvm/import-data layer7box.xml
> SSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 100% [======*=======================================================================================================================================================]0m00s LefSSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 100% [===================================================*==========================================================================================================]0m00s LefSSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 101% [===============================================================================================*==============================================================]0m00s LefSSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 101% [============================================================================================================================================*=================]0m00s LefSSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 101% [===========================*===================================================================================================================================]0m00s LeSSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 101% [========================================================================*======================================================================================]0m00s LeSSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 101% [=====================================================================================================================*=========================================]0m00s LeSSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 101% [====*===========================================================================================================================================================]0m00s LSSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 102% [==================================*=============================================================================================================================]0m00s LSSG_64bit_VirtualAppliance_v6.1.qcow2: 100% [=============================================================================================================================================================]D 0h00m32s
> find: failed to restore initial working directory: Permission denied
> Using CPU model "cpu64-rhel6"
> unknown filesystem label SWAP-sda5
> Error running rpm -qa: command_lines: command_lines: rpm: No such file or directory at /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/Sys/VirtV2V/GuestfsHandle.pm line 188.
> at /usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl/Sys/Guestfs/Lib.pm line 1022
> virt-v2v: Unable to find any valid modprobe configuration
> 
> 
> Not sure where to start here.  Thanks,

This isn't the right list for virt-v2v questions.  That would be
libguestfs redhat com 

However the larger problem here is that doing offline conversions like
this isn't the way to use virt-v2v.  Virt-v2v needs to connect to the
ESX server, and won't work in any other configuration.

Rich.

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