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hashbangslashbinslashbash
 Posted: Dec 15 2011, 11:27 AM
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Does anyone know if there is an issue with using the virt-v2v tool to output vm's to a RAID10 volume?

I ask because I got an error when attempting to do so once conversion was completed (converting from VMWare to KVM)...

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MyVirtualMachine: 100% [======================================================================================]D 0h31m26s
virt-v2v: No root device found in this operating system image.


and googling the error got me this...

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virt-p2v does not support raid devices in /etc/fstab and fails with inspection
error "virt-v2v: No root device found in this operating system image."


from here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=749828

anyone esle come across this?
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helikaon
 Posted: Dec 16 2011, 09:40 AM
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Hi there,
as i understand it this is reported problem, when Linux guest has raid device defined in /etc/fstab like e.g.:
/dev/md0 /aaa
(in this case i'd fix it just by booting in the vmware, or xen and hash out the problematic lines there .. )
but from you post i have the feeling you ask about RAID on your hosting system?

I'm abit confused, more data needed smile.gif

cheers,

This post has been edited by helikaon: Dec 16 2011, 09:45 AM


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