[CentOS-virt] How do I do Centos 7 p2v migration?

Geoff Hodder

ghodder at phreek.org
Thu Aug 21 09:34:55 UTC 2014


CloneZilla is also my recommendation. I've used it for Centos 5/6 and
Windows 2008 P2V to VMWare or Hyper-V and it gets the job done. I've
even V2V between VMWare and Hyper-V and it worked for Windows and Linux

 Geoff Hodder 

On 2014-08-21 19:05, Zoltan Frombach wrote: 

> On 8/21/2014 3:41 AM, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 9:54 AM, <me at tdiehl.org> wrote: On Tue, 19 Aug 2014, Gilberto Nunes wrote: Hi I do this last week, and I use CloneZilla to generate a file image from a phisical server running Ubuntu and after that, used Clonezilla to restore into KVM hypervisor with no tears... Thanks for the info. I was kinda hoping for a solution using tools that are supplied with Centos but this sounds feasible so I will give it a try.
 One of my favorite approaches, which is *FAST*, is to take the live
server down and make tarballs of all its relevant filesystems with a
live CD, and possibly an NFS share. Store the tarballs for reference,
and use a live CD or PXE toolkit to allow access to the disk images in
the new virtual machine. 

How about using FSArchiver from a live CD to create the backup image(s)
http://www.fsarchiver.org/Main_Page [1]

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