Vmware Converter Platform Specific Error 2338
You can tell by going into Windows Disk Management: 0 Ghost Chili OP _Justin_ Jan 8, 2013 at 5:34 UTC And I never could figure it out. Please do correct me if I am wrong. Contact us about this article @ POCEH: Thanks. Are the drives basic or dynamic? navigate here
Was I just being a dumb-ass and I just need to upgrade the Stand-Alone Converter Client to 5.5? Contact us about this article If you start your task with 'thin' disk, you'll not be stopped to start conversion - wait to see the transfer rate for few percent and Would prefer to shrink the disk sizes from 800 to 650 / 700 as I don't need all the space as I'm moving more and more out to slower disks anyway. I do not have any real world experience, but it's a learning aid.
This issue is not observed in Service Pack 1 for Windows XP Professional 64-bit. One issue is that on the destination storage I didn't have 1.6TB available, so I had to resize the volume. View the job, right click, export logs, it will be in a zip like so "ConverterDiagnostics20131115142835.zip" Open the zip file, in there open another zip file "worker-diagnostics-task-8-eup.zip" or simular and in Though for a 100MB system volume it copied at block level, that finished in 8 seconds according to the Converter log.
You could try cold cloning? just running the latest updates from tuesday - will reboot tonight... Contact us about this article Hi Welcome to the communities. Did you checked by disabling SSL ? http://pubs.vmware.com/orchestrator-plugins/topic/com.vmware.using.soap.plugin.doc_10/GUID-3AF0A20C-F3F7-4549-BB5D-D64B5C6D01DD.html Confidence is preparation. I've tried rebooting, running the Converter as Administrator. Contact us about this article Thanks for your response.
This error will usually be received at the very beginning of the process i.e. 1% Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions Go to original post Actions Remove from profile Feature on https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28296452/VMWare-p2v-coversion-fails-at-1.html Horizon and Skype for Business galcontactsThis is an archived post. Login. Yes about a month ago...
then re-installed converter standalone... check over here Show 7 replies 1. As for your error, were you ever able to rectify them? Contact us about this article By now I have been through several P2V and one V2V conversion using the VMWare converter 5.0, 5.1 and now 5.5 and all have suffered from
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Didn't seem to make a difference. KapsZ28, Jan 20, 2015 KapsZ28, Jan 20, 2015 #2 Jan 20, 2015 #3 gimp [H]ardForum Junkie Messages: 9,205 Joined: Jul 25, 2008 FWIW, I had issues with the latest vCenter Converter. http://digitalfishbowl.net/vmware-converter/vmware-converter-platform-specific-error-18.html Everything virtual.
I had SSL disabled a P2V conversions I did and it did help maybe 10% but it wasn't much. Like Show 1 Like (1) Actions 2. Any ideas other than supposedly removing and re-adding the ESXi hosts into vCenter?
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If you are an employee, please PM VMwareTech or alytle for verification instructions and we will add it to yours as well! First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. No matter what we did, we couldn't P2V this server if we included any disk other than C:. Solved Converter 5.1 - Error 2338 Posted on 2013-06-19 VMware 1 Verified Solution 4 Comments 5,362 Views Last Modified: 2013-06-20 Hi, I have several VM's on 2 locations, one datacenter that
Join & Write a Comment Already a member? Is VSS is in good shape? FAILED: An error occurred during the conversion: 'Platform-specific error 2338' VMWare p2v coversion fails at 1 % 0 Question by:piaakit Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 34 Active today Best Solution byMahesh weblink How could I tell?
VMWare Virtualization Migration of current physical infrastructure to Virtualization. As for the drives that I am not sure of, I would assume dynamic because they are on dynamic disk but not sure.