got it.
Thank you so much.

Am 20.12.2015 um 12:19 schrieb Yedidyah Bar David:
On Sun, Dec 20, 2015 at 12:59 PM,  <ov...@timmi.org> wrote:
Hi,

thank you for the quick response.

Yes I can confirm that I'm also able to perform this through copying of the
image but then you need to know the exact file name of the disk you need to
overwrite.

Is there a way to see the file name also in the oVirt admin portal?
If you check the "Disks" tab, you'll see there an ID tab.

For nfs/qcow, that's a directory name to be found under 'images'
inside the storage domain. Under this directory you'll find several
files (data, metadata and lease) per each snapshot of this disk.
Not sure any of this is documented and/or intended for direct
manipulation.

Best,

Best regards
Christoph



Am 20.12.2015 um 11:24 schrieb Yedidyah Bar David:
On Sun, Dec 20, 2015 at 12:13 PM,  <ov...@timmi.org> wrote:
Hi list,

finally I managed to install oVirt on my new server and so far it is
really
great.

The next step on my side it to migrate VMs from another server
(KVM/libvirtd/virt-manager) to oVirt.
I was trying to find something in the documentation but so far no luck.

Google was pointing me to tow options:

- virt-v2v
- import-to-ovirt.pl (script from Richard WM Jones)


Currently I'm trying to migrate a Win7 VM (with VirtIO) with
import_to_ovirt
bzt I receive the following error message:
./import-to-ovirt.pl: no operating system was found on the disk

I'm executing the following command:
./import-to-ovirt.pl /path-to-image-file/disk.img hostname:/export-domain

Is anyone able to support me here?
As both systems are running KVM there should be a quite easy way to
migrate
the VMs or not?
Adding Richard.

IIRC people managed to do that by merely creating a new vm and copying the
existing one over the new empty disk. No idea about details, you might
want
to search the list archives.

Best,




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