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Convert a V2V

Grayh
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Convert a V2V

hgow to do a V2V... Can it be done online
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James R. Ferguson
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Re: Convert a V2V

Hi:

I adore acronyms. Of course, what a string of letters means to you may not mean the same to someone else.

...JRF...
Torsten.
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Re: Convert a V2V

Before guessing around - what is v2v?

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Torsten.
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Re: Convert a V2V

417,000 hits ...

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Grayh
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Re: Convert a V2V

I am so sorry..

let me be more precise...

How to convert a virtual machine into a virtual machine....

Like I have a VM on rx26XX and now I want the same VM to sit on a new Blade... Both are running on 11.23
Torsten.
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Re: Convert a V2V

Just clone it - hardware doesn't matter.

It's virtual!

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Torsten.
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Re: Convert a V2V

Dependng on what you currently have you may also consider to use hpvmmigrate.

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Grayh
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Re: Convert a V2V

I currently have a VM in this rx2600 & I will have to decommission rx2600... and takeove this stuff in RX2600 to a blade...

How do I clone this rx2600 and how do I take this clone to the new blade which is 300 miles away..For this will I have to create a VM and then recover the clone(i might be wrong in my ternimology) plz correct me

Could you also suggest me a best way to convert a Physical machine(running 11.11) to a Virtual machine(running 11.23)...
Torsten.
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Re: Convert a V2V

What type of backing store you are using?

I hope the 11.11 is a typo ...

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Grayh
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Re: Convert a V2V

I could not understand u..

Backup is not done by me...

I just want to convert a Virtual to Virtual and a Physical to virtual
Steven E. Protter
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Re: Convert a V2V

Shalom,

As I said in SMS.

Ignite UX is the only supported tool for migrating systems.

11.00 is out of support and I'm not sure you can do much with it in our out of vpars.

11.11 is in support.

On Ignite:

http://docs.hp.com/en/13473/migrateV1vParsMixedEnv.pd

Best part.

Ignite is free.

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Grayh
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Re: Convert a V2V

thanks..