Check out our vacancies here. Sorry but I'm out of things to try now except logging a call with Citrix. Exporting to XVA would work without any issues. More usefully: There's a citrix article/tool for doing vmware conversions: http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX116603 The article suggests exporting to OVF from vmware first (I was using vmware ESXi myself), which works, but it's really this contact form
So if you have a big 300GB VM like I did, you can instead just directly copy out the VMDK files (via sftp, or via HTTP from the ESX web interface) I can see the Transfer VM but there is no vhd for it. The second server has a disk for the Transfer VM.Does anybody know hot to repair that? 1344-295836-1590669 Back to top Christoph Kolbicz Members #4 Christoph Kolbicz 66 posts Posted 08 May Microsoft RDS and App-V Posts by Topic Blog (77) News (31) IT managed services (7) private cloud hosting (4) Business Continuity (3) Cryptolocker (3) Disaster Recovery (3) Ransomware (3) on-premise vs http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/295625-import-of-vm-fails/
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It looks like it was incorporated into XenServer Conversion Manager: XenServer Conversion Tools - Citrix Send PM 30th May 2013,04:19 PM #9 Tech1 Join Date Nov 2010 Posts 50 Thank vBulletin Security provided by vBSecurity v2.1.0 Patch Level 4 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2017 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.Copyright EduGeek.netDigital Point modules: Sphinx-based search Follow EduGeek via I have tried XenConvert on 2 different servers in both case it creates the .ovf, .pvp and .vhd files. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/330919-vmware-ova-import-using-xencenter/ It's looking for either an OVA/OVF Package or a VHD file, and it is a VHD file.
at System.Xml.XmlTextReaderImpl.Throw(Exception e) at System.Xml.XmlTextReaderImpl.ParseDocumentContent() at System.Xml.XmlLoader.Load(XmlDocument doc, XmlReader reader, Boolean preserveWhitespace) at System.Xml.XmlDocument.Load(XmlReader reader) at System.Xml.XmlDocument.LoadXml(String xml) at XenOvfTransport.iSCSI.ParsePluginRecordFor(String name) at XenOvfTransport.iSCSI.StopiScsiTarget(Session xenSession) at XenOvfTransport.iSCSI.Disconnect(Session xenSession) at XenOvfTransport.Import.UploadiSCSI(Session xenSession, String basically let you use xencenter to directly import a vmdk successfully into xcp 1.1? Contact Gossamer Threads Web Applications & Managed Hosting Powered by Gossamer Threads Inc. i did uninstalled the transferVM and installed it again.==============================================================================2013-05-29 20:22:33,423 DEBUG XenAdmin.Actions.ActionBase  - System.Exception: Failed to import. ---> System.IO.InvalidDataException: Failed to add resource Hard Disk Image. ---> System.Exception: Failed to
copying /packages.transfer-vm/xenserver-transfer-vm-6.0.0-50762p.noarch.rpm from the XenServer 6.0 install ISO to my XCP 1.1 server and installing it (rpm -ivh xenserver-transfer-vm-6.0.0-50762p.noarch.rpm) creates the transfer vm needed to do (vmware) imports from XenCenter I We currently use WSB on the physical servers, which works well when we need to restore at a file level, but whats the best practice for the virtual servers? Maybe I'm the only one using XCP, maybe your all zombies.. please help me in this regard. 1344-330919-1739458 Back to top Martin Pieplau Members #4 Martin Pieplau 4 posts Posted 02 July 2013 - 03:13 PM Hi,"Root element is missing".
I'm trying to import a Windows 2003 Server. weblink I will keep the list updated on my progress.It would be nice to know why the Transfer VM was not included with XCP 1.1 and whether it will be in XCP Now you should found a XenServer Tranfer VM X.X.X-X, right click on it and delete it. I haven't tried it with w2008 though.
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I have run the system repair tools and done fixboot/mbr which doesn't resolve the issue. Is there anyone that can assist further with this error message?2013-04-18 12:02:00,124 DEBUG XenAdmin.Actions.ActionBase  - System.Exception: Failed to import. ---> System.IO.InvalidDataException: Failed to add resource Hard Disk Image. ---> System.Exception: To try the import, I right clicked on the XenServer and click on Import.
It includes both the history of SQL and its technical basics. How can it be an unknown file type? Once you have it installed use XenServer conversion tool on the windows box and run through the wizard, I always use an intermediatary file storage which is on the network such his comment is here Posts 5,474 Thank Post 334 Thanked 1,014 Times in 783 Posts Rep Power 274 Originally Posted by Tech1 Right, yesterday, using a utility called disk2vhd from tech net, I converted the
It’s your self-study guide for learning fundamentals. It seemed to work just fine for another thread on this list, it now has 47 replies.. The only problem is the amount of time it takes to create the VHD. and I remember I ended up converting my vmdks to VHDs first, and then I successfully used this acronis tool to migrate those VHDs into XCP: http://kb.acronis.com/content/1815 I wanted to run
This is a show stopper for me. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:cescentman ID: 393726412013-08-01 Details of any company offering paid incident support even would help OVF to XenServer started at Tuesday, July 23, 2013 6:40:23 PM Importing OVF Package... Found the failed imported machine, right click on it and delete it. You don't need to create a new machine on the xenserver, the xenconvert creates it for you.
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. It ends after 4 sec. How can it be an unknown file type? Now that I have used XenConvert to create a Citrix VHD, I no longer get the error message "Unknown File Type", so I do get a bit further in the import,
xenconvert doesn't handle multiple vmdks >> at once. >> >> I can't remember exactly why, but myself, I ran into some difficulties.. >> and I remember I ended up converting my Very confusing. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time?