So VMware Converter 4.3 doesn’t know the Paravirtual Controller! Are the drives basic or dynamic? The good news is that there is a workaround: The trick is to only transfer one drive at a time. Given the server was a production SQL server with over 700 GB of data, the conversion and cut-over had to be scheduled over the weekend. Source
An alternative workaround that will most likely work as well is to do a cold clone. I ended up converting with the C: drive only and then doing a robocopy to a "new" D: drive that I presented to the VM. 1 Jalapeno OP Solution: This can happen when importing a VM into vSphere, either from a backup or from another vSphere version. Re: P2V windows 2003 R2 64 bit failed Error: Unable to clone volume 'D:'.
MKguy Nov 19, 2012 1:16 AM (in response to JohnnyLeung) "BlockLevelVolumeCloneMgr::CloneVolume: Detected a write error during the cloning of volume \WindowsBitmapDriverVolumeId=[59-4E-26-28-00-7E-00-00-00-00-00-00]. Creating your account only takes a few minutes. when i was using converter version 4.3, drive C can be finish in 2 hrs, but while using 5.0.1, it cannot finish after 10hrs.Do you have any other idea to solve
I'm a Support Manager at Nucleus Hosting in Belgium, a general web geek, public speaker and podcaster. But the error can just as easily (and apparently, more often) indicate a problem on your SOURCE, and not only the destination. The solution is quite simple for this problem: - Change all Paravirtual controllers to LSI Logic (VM MUST be powered off) - Do NOT poweron the VM from now on - Sysimgbase_disklib_write Failed With 'nbd_err_network_connect' (error Code:2338) Method: 1.
If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity After successfully upgrading to VCenter 5.5U3d, Health state is not displaying properly Detected A Write Error During The Cloning Of Volume Windows Bitmap Driver Volumeid Found answer on own accord. Show 25 replies 1. Thank you.Johnny ConverterDiagnostics20121119131405.zip 504.1 K 29512Views Tags: none (add) This content has been marked as final.
Is C:\ it's own disk or are C:\ and D:\ 2 partitions on the same physical disk/array?-->they are on same physical disk/array2. Error: Unable To Clone Volume 'c:'. Article by: Todd Exchange server is not supported in any cloud-hosted platform (other than Azure with Azure Premium Storage). Error: 209 (type: 1, code: 13)' Reply ↓ Matti Saturday, February 25, 2012 at 05:02 What happens if you run the chkdsk on the device and attempt to redo the cloning? Error: 4641 (type: 1, code: 290)", msg = "", } Did some troubleshooting on the disk level, but didn't help.
I attached the log file for the conversion. As for your error, were you ever able to rectify them? Vmware Converter Detected A Write Error During The Cloning Of Volume As for the drives that I am not sure of, I would assume dynamic because they are on dynamic disk but not sure. Failed An Error Occurred During The Conversion 'platform-specific Error 2338' Ever.Just a weekly newsletter about Linux and open source.
Are the drives basic or dynamic? http://webinweb.net/vmware-converter/vmware-vcenter-converter-error-unable-to-clone-disk.html Paper:PrintEmailMoreLinkedInGooglePinterestTwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... D:\ is not a Windows dynamic disk, right?3. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 13. Vmware Converter Error Code 1450
Could you check hardcoding the switch port also to 100MBps Full duplex? I read where multiple partitions could cause this issues so I selected only C and got this error at 79%. Required fields are marked * Comment Name * Email * Website I'd like to get notified of new posts, sign me up for the ma.ttias.be newsletter! http://webinweb.net/vmware-converter/vmware-converter-error-unable-to-clone-disk.html JohnnyLeung Nov 18, 2012 10:32 PM Hello everyoneCan someone help me with the issue P2V a win2k3 64 bit machine into vmware?I am using esxi 4.1 Update 1 with vmware converter
Do you have enough free space on that destination datastore (after C:\ finishes)? Vmware Converter Permission To Perform This Operation Was Denied http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=2018582 Did that, failed. We tried running checkdisk which showed no errors and we defragmented all drives.
So I finally tried a few recommendations I found on VMware forums. add new vmdk to VM1 - this will be the future D:\ - do not start VM12. The KB simply states that VMware is aware of this issue... Vmware Standalone Converter You do not have permission to request a certificate from this CA, or an error occurred while accessing the Active Directory." when you try to request a certificate through the web
Check network. I've done a ton of P2V's but this error I've never seen before... Covered by US Patent. http://webinweb.net/vmware-converter/vmware-standalone-converter-unable-to-clone-disk.html I found this KB article that says it is a "known issue" and that you should convert the disks individually.
If it finds problem, it will alert you of the right parameters to use to fix them. Is C:\ it's own disk or are C:\ and D:\ 2 partitions on the same physical disk/array?2. YEP IT WORKED!! 😀 Joe This worked for me too… Thanks.