[PVE-User] Restore VM Backup in new HDD with new size...

Eneko Lacunza elacunza at binovo.es
Wed Feb 6 11:32:10 CET 2019


Hi Gilberto,

No, you can't do that.

You must first restore and then resize the disk (I think you must do it 
from command line). Remember to reduce first the partitions/filesystems 
on that disk.

Cheers

El 6/2/19 a las 11:18, Gilberto Nunes escribió:
> Hi list
>
> I have here a VM with has directly attached 2 HDD disk, each one has 1 TB
> of size.
> I had make a bacup an the final vma file has 95GB. I know this is
> compressed.
> My question in:
> Is there a way to restore this VM backup but create a virtual HDD with less
> size than the original disks??
> I meant, restore a VM which has 1 TB of HDD to a VM which a new HDD with
> 200 GB for instance.
> My problem here is that I need to release this 2 physical HDD. This 2 HDD
> has a CentOS 7 installed, with LVM! I tried clonezilla but doesn't work.
>
> Thanks for any help
>
> Best
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