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So the convert and import was actually working Go to Solution 14 8 2 Participants cescentman(14 comments) LVL 1 Tony1044(8 comments) LVL 25 Citrix15 Virtualization6 22 Comments LVL 25 Overall: Go to console: 1. September 14, 2012 by admin · Published September 14, 2012 0 Web interface and the black drop down enable May 16, 2013 by admin · Published May 16, 2013 0 Citrix Found number being autodialed 3. have a peek here

If you were using the beta might want to check how many transfer VMs you have. I then tried to do a P2V conversion on a physical Win 2003 R2 server using XenConvert 2.5. I'm at a loss to know how to resolve this. 0 Comment Question by:cescentman Facebook Twitter LinkedIn https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28195335/Using-XenConvert.htmlcopy LVL 1 Best Solution bycescentman This was finally resolved by Axess Systems for This is ugly, and very time consuming (taking some 4-5 hours for a 200GB image) however it worked perfectly and the machine now happily runs as a VM. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/259798-failed-to-import-the-ovf-package/

Xenserver Import Vhd

Then I get the error,message "failed to import the ovf package" and then it aborts right there. A quick Google search will show this is a common problem. Watched Asterisk CLI 2. I didn't have any problems with the other OS on this VSPHERE server just XP for some reason.

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However, I can do a manual import from from XenCenter. Xenconvert Researched auto-dial feature... Does XenConvert truly take a snapshot of the system, including registry and system state? XenCenter-Logs.zip 0 LVL 25 Overall: Level 25 Citrix 15 Virtualization 6 Message Active 6 days ago Expert Comment by:Tony1044 ID: 393666162013-07-30 http://kennethdalbjerg.dk/2012/11/19/xencenter-failed-to-import <-- exact same error in the logs.

NetScaler Citrix Advertise Here 658 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. So, the resulting VHD file (e.g. I then tried to take that VHD file and convert to Xen Server and it failed.I also tried to conver XP to a OVf file and that failed.I have attached my Para contornar este problema, basta setar o SR como default no pool.O comando seria:Código: Selecionar todosxe pool-param-set uuid= default-SR=<..>Para descobrir o UUID do SR basta rodarCódigo: Selecionar todosxe sr-listA saída será

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But, XenConvert could be a whole lot better.What do you say, Citrix, can you help us out here and make XenConvert more user friendly and convert entire system in fell swoop?It I'm trying to import a Windows 2003 Server. Xenserver Import Vhd Experience Disk space, disk space, disk space. Attached Files IT-imanco2.ovf 7.37K 25 downloads 1303-259798-1438976 Back to top Robert Boos Citrix Employees #9 Robert Boos 329 posts Posted 23 February 2010 - 04:59 PM That's the OVF which may

So you are now suggesting making a OFV package using Xen Converter and then using Xen Converter to upload it into my Xen Server? 1303-259798-1439176 Back to top Robert Boos Citrix navigate here Datapro is proudly powered by WordPress Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS) Kenneth Dalbjerg Kenneth Qvistgaard Dalbjerg, IT Konsulent i århus HomeAndroid AppsBlogCurriculum VitaeDriver sitet Posthuset.nuFirmaet Dalbjerg A/SIT Konsulent ved It-afdelingen A/SIt-afdelingen In this video tutorial we have explained step by step installation of Citrix XenApp 6.5 Server on Windows Server 2008 R2 is explained in this video. Literally, not one problem.P2V Windows 2003 SP2--> XenServer 5.5 upd2Maybe Citrix should keep that version on their download site for those of us who haven't gone to 5.6 yet. 1303-279303-1527350 Back

The only thing for it is to completely uninstall all of the Solarwinds application and and then reinstall, which completely defeats the purpose of the P2V conversion. Selected the .vhd file from the file system. Any ideas? http://3swindows.com/failed-to/vbox-e-file-error-0x80bb0004-import.html The dependencies are already started, but services won't.

I ran XenConvert 2.3 and i selected Source as This Machine and Destination as a XenServer. Any idea? 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:cescentman ID: 393726402013-08-01 Can anyone else help? Several functions may not work.

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VMWare P2V conversion took less than 10 minutes and was flawless.I appreciate the fact that XenServer is way less expensive than VMWare and XenServer appears to run the guest servers built I also had a Server 2003 R2 box to convert (yes I know, no longer supported, I'm working on it). XenConvert OVA Options Well the XenConvert to .ova finished successfully. Again using XenConvert, I select the To: XenServer Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) in the initial workload screen.

OVF to XenServer stopped at OVF to XenServer lasted seconds Physical to XenServer stopped at Physical to XenServer lasted seconds It turns out that the OVF package All rights reserved. I will also try an older version of the tool as well. this contact form You can see the hidden Virtual Machine in XenCenter by selecting "Hidden Objects" from the "View" menu.

I ran XenConvert again, but this time I pointed the "workspace" to my PC's secondary "Data" HD, which has a lot of free space. ThanksTom 1303-279303-1531235 Back to top Mark Turner Members #97 Mark Turner 6 posts Posted 22 February 2011 - 09:25 PM I have went through this entire thread and many others. I copied all of the files from the source servers "D" drive to the Xen-Guest server using xcopy with many of the switches including keep attributes, continue copy on error, copy You should now have a normal, fully functioning Virtual Machine which you can see without "Hidden Objects" enabled in XenCetner.

I entered the correct creds for the XenServer and chose to move both disk volumes (C and D) and selected the local D: drive volume as the "Workspace", which the UG Expect it to take a long time depending on the speed of the network interfaces to the XenServer and speed of the disks providing the default SR.Otherwise, consider repeating the conversion You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. It may give us some additional info if it fails there too as there's really nothing in the log file to specify _why_ they import failed. 0 LVL 1 Overall:

Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Is there any advantage using XenConvert 2.3 which requires DHCP and uses the Transfer VM. 1303-279303-1528447 Back to top mohan raj Members #87 mohan raj 4 posts Posted 03 February 2011 It kept failing on the EULA which wasn't defined, nor necessary to define when exporting. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time?