kiwi.voice at gmail
May 4, 2012, 1:41 AM
For IDE to SCSI disk conversion, just remove the IDE disk without removing the actual disk image. add scsi controller. Add a Scsi disk with existing image ( the IDE image you have in the datastore).
It should boot up.
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On 4 May, 2012, at 3:50 PM, "Beck, Andre" <cisco-voip [at] ibh> wrote:
> Re Ki Wi,
> On Thu, May 03, 2012 at 11:43:42PM +0800, Ki Wi wrote:
>> Sorry,I found a note that I went 7.1.3 to 8.5.
> Ok, no problem. I also tried with 7.1.3 before, so all is prepped for
> testing that again with deactivated CM services. And you're right, of
> course I've got a snapshot to restart this. Doing so is a good idea when
> you're probing the combinatorial explosion of possible upgrade paths.
>> 7.1.4 might work as well. Not sure.
> Might try that as well. BTW, did you use a specific OVF to build your VM?
> I just used the OVF Cisco publishes for 8.6(2a) as that was my intended
> target anyway, but I'm not sure that was a good idea. Maybe all the dead
> ends I found where upgrades from 6.1.x to 8.x cannot deal with the disks
> are due to a too modern driver selection that isn't expected in those
> old versions when they (unsupportedly) run on VMware. Might even try an
> emulated IDE drive...
> Cool .signatures are so 90s...
> -> Andre Beck +++ ABP-RIPE +++ IBH IT-Service GmbH, Dresden <-
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