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名前

       virt-v2v-output-local - Using virt-v2v to convert guests to local files or libvirt

書式

        virt-v2v [-i* options] [-o libvirt] -os POOL

        virt-v2v [-i* options] -o local -os DIRECTORY

        virt-v2v [-i* options] -o qemu -os DIRECTORY [--qemu-boot]

        virt-v2v [-i* options] -o null

説明

       This page documents how to use virt-v2v(1) to convert guests to local files or to a
       locally running libvirt instance.  There are four output modes you can select on the
       virt-v2v command line:

       -o libvirt -os "POOL"
       -os "POOL"
           This converts the guest to a libvirt directory pool call "POOL", and instantiates the
           guest in libvirt (but does not start it running).  See "OUTPUT TO LIBVIRT" below.

           -o libvirt is the default if no -o option is given, so you can omit it.

       -o local -os "DIRECTORY"
           This converts the guest to files in "DIRECTORY".  A libvirt XML file is also created,
           but unlike -o libvirt the guest is not instantiated in libvirt, only files are
           created.

           The files will be called:

            NAME-sda, NAME-sdb, etc.      Guest disk(s).
            NAME.xml                      Libvirt XML.

           where "NAME" is the guest name.

       -o qemu -os "DIRECTORY"
       -o qemu -os "DIRECTORY" --qemu-boot
           This converts the guest to files in "DIRECTORY".  Unlike -o local above, a shell
           script is created which contains the raw qemu command you would need to boot the
           guest.  However the shell script is not run, unless you also add the --qemu-boot
           option.

       -o null
           The guest is converted, but the final result is thrown away and no metadata is
           created.  This is mainly useful for testing.

OUTPUT TO LIBVIRT

       The -o libvirt option lets you upload the converted guest to a libvirt-managed host.
       There are several limitations:

       ·   You can only use a local libvirt connection [see below for how to workaround this].

       ·   The -os pool option must specify a directory pool, not anything more exotic such as
           iSCSI [but see below].

       ·   You can only upload to a KVM hypervisor.

   Workaround for output to a remote libvirt instance and/or a non-directory storage pool
       1.  Use virt-v2v in -o local mode to convert the guest disks and metadata into a local
           temporary directory:

            virt-v2v [...] -o local -os /var/tmp

           This creates two (or more) files in /var/tmp called:

            /var/tmp/NAME.xml     # the libvirt XML (metadata)
            /var/tmp/NAME-sda     # the guest’s first disk

           (for "NAME" substitute the guest’s name).

       2.  Upload the converted disk(s) into the storage pool called "POOL":

            size=$(stat -c%s /var/tmp/NAME-sda)
            virsh vol-create-as POOL NAME-sda $size --format raw
            virsh vol-upload --pool POOL NAME-sda /var/tmp/NAME-sda

       3.  Edit /var/tmp/NAME.xml to change /var/tmp/NAME-sda to the pool name.  In other words,
           locate the following bit of XML:

            <disk type='file' device='disk'>
              <driver name='qemu' type='raw' cache='none' />
              <source file='/var/tmp/NAME-sda' />
              <target dev='hda' bus='ide' />
            </disk>

           and change two things: The "type='file'" attribute must be changed to "type='volume'",
           and the "<source>" element must be changed to include "pool" and "volume" attributes:

            <disk type='volume' device='disk'>
              ...
              <source pool='POOL' volume='NAME-sda' />
              ...
            </disk>

       4.  Define the final guest in libvirt:

            virsh define /var/tmp/NAME.xml

関連項目

       virt-v2v(1).

著者

       Richard W.M. Jones

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       Copyright (C) 2009-2019 Red Hat Inc.

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