Bug created: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=798277
Itamar Heim <iheim(a)redhat.com> schreef:
On 02/28/2012 10:26 AM, wdh(a)dds.nl wrote: > I have serveral
virtual images, all off them using virtio for
> networking and disks. Trying to import these into my EXPORT
> ends up with an error:
> virt-v2v -i libvirt -o rhev -os 10.0.0.3:/nfs/export -n br0
> PXE5.img: 100%
> virt-v2v: WARNING: Unable to convert this guest operating system.
> storage will be transfered and a domain created for it, but it
> operate correctly without manual reconfiguration. The domain
> all storage devices as ide, all network interfaces as rtl8139
> the host
> as x86_64.
> virt-v2v: PXE5-test configured without virtio drivers.
> How can I avoid these errors?
> How can I fix this error.
matt/rich - thoughts?
> After restoring the image, I am able to change the network interface
> from rtl8139 to Virtio. However; I cannot change the disk. In the
> console going to Virtual Machines --> <virtual
machine> --> Virtual
> Disks --> <disk> --> Edit gives a menu, but the only option I can
> is "is bootable". Options like
"Interface" are grey and cannot be
please try via the rest API/sdk/cli, iirc, this is just a UI
limitation.(feel free to open a bug about this)
Met vriendelijke groet,
Winfried de Heiden