> On 01 Apr 2016, at 04:01, Charles Tassell <char...@islandadmin.ca> wrote:
> 
> Actually, I guess I can't: p2v doesn't work either (it hangs because when it 
> ssh's to the oVirt host and tries to run virsh there is a password prompt 
> which it apparently can't deal with.)

which output did you use? -o rhev? or you can try -o local I guess jsut to see 
it does something

> 
> Has anyone successfully imported a VM from a recent version of VMWare (ie 5.5 
> or later) into oVirt?  Is there any documentation on how to do so?  I suppose 
> I could just use something like CloneZilla to do it, but that seems like a 
> bit of a pain, especially since we have about 50 VMs to move...
> 
> 
> On 16-03-31 09:11 PM, Charles Tassell wrote:
>> Ah, that's a bit of a bummer but I guess I can use the p2v conversion for 
>> those instances.  I tried to convert another VM (this one without a 
>> snapshot) and got the error "virt-v2v is unable to convert this guest type"  
>> I'm guessing that the problem is that our VMWare VM's are an the v10 format, 
>> as I know a lot of tools have issue dealing with the newer format.
>> 
>> On 16-03-31 05:51 AM, Nisim Simsolo wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> 
>>> Can you please try do delete source VMware VM snapshot and then try to 
>>> import it?
>>> There is known issue for importing VMware VM with snapshot: 
>>> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1172425 - [RFE]virt-v2v failed 
>>> to convert VMware ESX VM with snapshot
>>> 
>>> Thanks
>>> 
>>> Nisim Simsolo
>>> QE -Testing Engineer
>>> IRC: nsimsolo
>>> int phone - 8272305
>>> mobile - 054-4779934
>>> 
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> | From: "Charles Tassell" <ctass...@gmail.com>
>>> | To: "users" <users@ovirt.org>
>>> | Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2016 9:53:10 PM
>>> | Subject: [ovirt-users] Problems With VMWare Import
>>> |
>>> | Hi Everyone,
>>> |
>>> |    This doesn't seem to be a bug in oVirt so much as in the
>>> | libvirt/virt-v2v tool it uses for importing, but I figured someone here
>>> | might have run into this issue before.  I'm trying to import some VMs
>>> | from my VMWare cluster and it's failing with a "file not found" when
>>> | trying to download the disk images.  I have files in the datastore like:
>>> |
>>> | systest-55-000001-delta.vmdk    4G
>>> | systest-55-000001.vmdk  1K
>>> | systest-55-Snapshot1.vmsn    4G
>>> | systest-55-flat.vmdk 40G
>>> | systest-55.vmdk   1K
>>> | ... bunch more small .vm?? files
>>> |
>>> | For some reason virt-v2v is trying to download a file called
>>> | systest-55-000001-flat.vmdk which doesn't exist.  I'm assuming this has
>>> | something to do with the snapshots stored in the folder... Does anyone
>>> | know a way to deal with that?  Can I just delete the snapshots or is
>>> | that going to delete data stored on the VM since the last snapshot?  I'm
>>> | using virt-v2v 1.28.1 if that makes a difference.

you can try 1.32, it won’t help with the snapshot, but it might improve some 
things
binaries for el7 can be found here[1]

Thanks,
michal

[1] https://people.redhat.com/~rjones/libguestfs-RHEL-7.3-preview/

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