New virt-p2v and virt-v2v page

I’ve added a virt-p2v and virt-v2v page describing the new version and where to get all the sources etc.



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3 responses to “New virt-p2v and virt-v2v page

  1. John Holland

    I’m trying to set up migration from KVM guests to RHEV. I tried to have a dedicated VM for connecting to one and migrating to the other but it just ran for about 18 hours with no feedback on a 10G machine.

    I installed virt-v2v on the host of the KVM machines and did it with a local connection. It ran in a couple minutes.

    Can virt-v2v do this kind of remote-to-remote connection? Can it pull a KVM machine out of a remote libvirt connection?

    Maybe I just had the parameters wrong……

  2. Yes it can, if it connects over SSH. Your libvirt connection URI has to be something like: qemu+ssh://

  3. rich

    A good place to ask virt-v2v questions is on the mailing list.

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