[CentOS-virt] Vmware to KVM - possible?

Mon Jul 26 17:08:54 UTC 2010
Marc Morata <marc.morata at abiquo.com>

KVM supports VMDK monolithic sparse, qcow2 and raw. You can convert using
VBoxManage or qemu-img to this formats

Marc Morata | Senior Support Engineer | Abiquo | +34 93 322 00 44 |
marc.morata at abiquo.com

On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 7:05 PM, Matt Keating <Matt_Keating at dennis.co.uk>wrote:

>  Is it possible to convert a VMWare image to KVM?
> As I have been building a few test machines on Vmware Fusion and would like
> to migrate some to a KVM server.
> Thanks in advance.
> *Matt Keating
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