Migrating VM Disk to A container that is different on

Migrating VM Disk to A container that is different on

Solutions, once we have to move a vm disk up to a container that is different the exact same AHV Cluster.

For e.g. : we possibly may like to move this VM Disk on a container with De-Dupliction Disabled. To relocate a digital machine’s disk to a new container on a single AHV group, after actions are needed:

Demands for the Move:

  • Supply Container ID (where in fact the vmdisk is situated originally)
  • Destination Container ID (our target container in the cluster that is same
  • VM Disk(s) UUID (UUID of each disk we must go “acli vm.get ”)
  • Power-off the VM

Overview of procedures:

  • Determine the vmdisk_uuid of each and every disk that is virtual the VM.
  • Make certain the VM which is why the VMdisk we have been migrating is powered down.
  • Utilize the Acropolis Image provider to clone the supply digital Disk(s) into Image(s) regarding the target container.
  • Connect the disk through the Acropolis Image(s) which created in step three into the VM.
  • Get rid of the VM disk that is hosted in the container that is original
  • Optional: eliminate the VMdisk that is cloned image solutions

Detailed Procedures:

Why don’t we simply take the exemplory case of a VM named “EXAMPLE_VM”

we must login up to a cvm and perform the command that is following have more information about “EXAMPLE_VM” :

With all the above demand we’ll have the after output:

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