Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 827360
Window server 2003 x86_64 guest BSOD after host machine with iSCSI storage driver converted to libvirt or RHEV
Last modified: 2015-03-12 13:30:01 EDT
Created attachment 588357 [details]
BSOD screen shot
Description of problem:
Window2003 x86_64 guest BSOD after host machine with iSCSI storage driverconverted to libvirt.
Conversion is successful but the guest BSOD.
Windows 2003 on host boots normally.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot the source machine with virt-p2v from pxe,input the ip and password of conversion server,convert it to libvirt.
2. After convert successfully, boot the guest by virsh command or virt-manager.
3. Use virt-manager open the console.
Guest BSOD, please refer to attached screen shot
Guest can load OS normally.
Windows server 2003 i386 do not have this issue.
Upload relative log:
# virt-inspector --perl /home/p2v-lcui/lcui-iscsi-win2003-x86_64.img > lcui-iscsi-win2003-x86_64-prev_inspect.log
# virsh dumpxml lcui-iscsi-win2003-x86_64-re > lcui-iscsi-win2003-x86_64.log
Created attachment 588362 [details]
Created attachment 588363 [details]
Created attachment 588364 [details]
virsh dumpxml log
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I'm closing this bug:
- virt-p2v has been rewritten for RHEL 7.2
- Unofficial previews of the new version are available:
- If a similar bug occurs with the new version of virt-p2v,
please open a new bug against Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 / libguestfs