[PVE-User] migration vmware to proxmox

Yannis Milios yannis.milios at gmail.com
Wed Mar 27 16:02:00 CET 2013


Try to boot in safe mode with networking or DSRM mode.
Then uninstall vmware tools if you have them installed.
Which nic model have you setup in proxmox vm? virtio? then use
these<http://www.linux-kvm.org/page/WindowsGuestDrivers/Download_Drivers>drivers
for it.
Arrange binding<http://theregime.wordpress.com/2008/03/04/how-to-setview-the-nic-bind-order-in-windows/>order
on nic.Then set up the correct ip addresses.





On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 5:57 PM, Tonči Stipičević <tonci at suma-informatika.hr
> wrote:

>  Hello to all,
>
> today I tried to do p2v migration and the second method was over vmware
> (clonezilla couldn't help)
>
> so the first step was to use vmware converter and I sucesfully virtualized
> PM to vmware and played it in vmware player wothout any issues.
> PM was 2003 x64 R2 server with dc role.
>
> then I ran qemu-img and converted vmdk into qcow2 also w/o any issues
>
> Finally I created vm with this qcow2 disk and it started to boot:
> 1. windows is starting up went well
> 2. preparing network connections is still actual and lasts for 25 mins
> allready  and CPU% is constantly over 100%  ( 101, 102, 103 %...)
>
> Is it drivers issue or active-directory issue ?
>
> Safemode boot went OK also ....
>
> So please for info is there any hope for this VM to boot OK or this?s
> allready been blind street ?
>
> Thank you very much in advance and
>  *
> *
> *srdačan pozdrav / best regards*
>
>  Tonči Stipičević
> **
>
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