[PVE-User] windows 2008 enterprise with uefi
lists at merit.unu.edu
Tue Aug 28 11:20:22 CEST 2018
If, during windows iso boot, I press F8 for advanced options, and I
select safe mode, I can the last line displayed is:
Then progress stops.
I changed the VM disk config from IDE to SCSI, to see if that made a
difference. But alas, no further progress... :-(
On 28-8-2018 10:59, lists wrote:
> Here is the VM config:
>> balloon: 0
>> bios: ovmf
>> boot: dcn
>> bootdisk: ide0
>> cores: 2
>> efidisk0: local-btrfs:107/vm-107-disk-2.qcow2,size=128K
>> ide0: local-btrfs:107/vm-107-disk-1.qcow2,size=233G
>> ide2: local-btrfs:iso/win2008_enterprise_x64.iso,media=cdrom
>> memory: 8192
>> name: win8-uefi
>> net0: e1000=BA:7F:7B:91:9B:1C,bridge=vmbr0
>> numa: 0
>> ostype: win8
>> scsihw: virtio-scsi-pci
>> smbios1: uuid=626ef0a6-0161-492f-80b7-fbc437c4cdb2
>> sockets: 2
> OS Type set to Windows 8.x/2012/2012r2
> KVM Hardware virtualization: yes
> Freez cpu at startup: no
> Protection: no
> Qemu Agent: no
> Bus: IDE
> Anything else I need to tell?
> On 28-8-2018 10:54, Lindsay Mathieson wrote:
>> What virtual hardware are you giving it? bus, disk etc.
>> On 28/08/2018 6:06 PM, lists wrote:
>>> I am trying to move a physical windows 2008 enterprise uefi
>>> installation (Version 6.0.6002 Service Pack 2 Build 6002) into
>>> proxmox, and I'm getting nowhere.
>>> Tried all kinds of approaches, and this was my latest attempt:
>>> Creating a full system backup using windows backup, and then boot the
>>> windows install iso in proxmox, to perform a system restore from this
>>> backup into proxmox.
>>> But as soon as I enable uefi in my proxmox VM config, the windows iso
>>> no longer boots. However, the physical server IS this same OS in uefi
>>> mode, the combination should work, I guess.
>>> Anyone with a tip or a tric..?
>>> This is proxmox 4.4-20, so it's a bit older. I could try it on a
>>> fresh new proxmox 5.2 install, but first I wanted to ask here.
>>> pve-user mailing list
>>> pve-user at pve.proxmox.com
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