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利用 SCVMM P2V都需要注意哪些问题呢? RRS feed

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  • 认真看Guide ,并注意几点,1.环境是否干净 2. 源主机和目标主机是否符合需求;3.确保权限;

    Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 Operations Guide

    How to Perform a P2V Conversion During a P2V conversion, disk images of the hard disks on the source computer are packaged into virtual hard disks (.vhd files), and then prepared to ensure that the operating system will operate in the virtualized environment on the destination host. Before You Begin The following list includes tasks that you should perform before starting the P2V conversion:

    • The first phase of a P2V conversion is to survey the hardware configuration of the source computer and make sure the patch cache contains all necessary drivers and system files to support the drives emulated by the target virtualization software. If any drivers are missing, you will get specific error messages indicating where to get the necessary drivers. Note You can use the Add-Patch cmdlet to manually download available patches to VMM.

    • Bad sectors on disk cannot be transferred during a P2V conversion. To avoid data loss, run a disk maintenance tool, such as Chkdsk, on the source computer to detect and correct any file system errors.

    • To help minimize the time required for the imaging phase, perform a disk defragmentation on the source computer's hard drives. Also, ensure that you have a fast network connection between the source computer and the host.

    • Use dynamic Virtual Hard Disks (VHD) to conserve disk space on the destination host. For example, if you convert 5 GB of data on a 40 GB hard drive, VMM will create a dynamically expanding 40 GB VHD that occupies approximately 5 GB of disk space and can expand up to 40 GB. The actual size depends on fragmentation of the original volume plus some VHD format overhead. Note It is not possible to shrink the size of a disk.

     • For online P2V only: Make sure that all critical applications running on the source computer have VSS-aware writers or that they are stopped.

    • For offline P2V only: Be prepared to supply NIC and mass storage drivers that are compatible with Windows Vista. VMM will evaluate the source physical computer and compare it with the drivers included in Windows PE 2.0 and provide instructions on adding drivers on the source computer. Convert Physical Server Wizard

     • You can use the Convert Physical Server Wizard to create a new virtual machine from a physical source computer. For more information, see P2V: How to Perform a Conversion. Note You can provide the IPv4 or IPv6 address instead of machine names in the Convert Physical Server Wizard or from the command line.

     • After the P2V is complete, remove any unnecessary vendor-specific hardware utilities and drivers from the virtual machine. Note The Convert Physical Server Wizard invokes the New-P2V cmdlet. Some conversion options are only available from the command line. Performing P2V from the Command Line You can perform a P2V conversion from Windows PowerShell by using the New-P2V cmdlet. To get a base script that you can customize, run the Convert Virtual Machine Wizard from the VMM Administrator Console and click the View Script button. For more information about using the New-P2V cmdlet type Get-Help New-P2V in the Windows PowerShell – Virtual Machine Manager command shell.


    Alan Lan MCSE & PMP
    • 已标记为答案 吹牛皮 2011年5月23日 8:30
    2011年5月23日 7:11

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  • 认真看Guide ,并注意几点,1.环境是否干净 2. 源主机和目标主机是否符合需求;3.确保权限;

    Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 Operations Guide

    How to Perform a P2V Conversion During a P2V conversion, disk images of the hard disks on the source computer are packaged into virtual hard disks (.vhd files), and then prepared to ensure that the operating system will operate in the virtualized environment on the destination host. Before You Begin The following list includes tasks that you should perform before starting the P2V conversion:

    • The first phase of a P2V conversion is to survey the hardware configuration of the source computer and make sure the patch cache contains all necessary drivers and system files to support the drives emulated by the target virtualization software. If any drivers are missing, you will get specific error messages indicating where to get the necessary drivers. Note You can use the Add-Patch cmdlet to manually download available patches to VMM.

    • Bad sectors on disk cannot be transferred during a P2V conversion. To avoid data loss, run a disk maintenance tool, such as Chkdsk, on the source computer to detect and correct any file system errors.

    • To help minimize the time required for the imaging phase, perform a disk defragmentation on the source computer's hard drives. Also, ensure that you have a fast network connection between the source computer and the host.

    • Use dynamic Virtual Hard Disks (VHD) to conserve disk space on the destination host. For example, if you convert 5 GB of data on a 40 GB hard drive, VMM will create a dynamically expanding 40 GB VHD that occupies approximately 5 GB of disk space and can expand up to 40 GB. The actual size depends on fragmentation of the original volume plus some VHD format overhead. Note It is not possible to shrink the size of a disk.

     • For online P2V only: Make sure that all critical applications running on the source computer have VSS-aware writers or that they are stopped.

    • For offline P2V only: Be prepared to supply NIC and mass storage drivers that are compatible with Windows Vista. VMM will evaluate the source physical computer and compare it with the drivers included in Windows PE 2.0 and provide instructions on adding drivers on the source computer. Convert Physical Server Wizard

     • You can use the Convert Physical Server Wizard to create a new virtual machine from a physical source computer. For more information, see P2V: How to Perform a Conversion. Note You can provide the IPv4 or IPv6 address instead of machine names in the Convert Physical Server Wizard or from the command line.

     • After the P2V is complete, remove any unnecessary vendor-specific hardware utilities and drivers from the virtual machine. Note The Convert Physical Server Wizard invokes the New-P2V cmdlet. Some conversion options are only available from the command line. Performing P2V from the Command Line You can perform a P2V conversion from Windows PowerShell by using the New-P2V cmdlet. To get a base script that you can customize, run the Convert Virtual Machine Wizard from the VMM Administrator Console and click the View Script button. For more information about using the New-P2V cmdlet type Get-Help New-P2V in the Windows PowerShell – Virtual Machine Manager command shell.


    Alan Lan MCSE & PMP
    • 已标记为答案 吹牛皮 2011年5月23日 8:30
    2011年5月23日 7:11
  • 谢谢,我试试~~

    2011年5月23日 8:32
  • 靠,原来是你,我好久都没登这个,今天偶尔等上来看~
    2014年7月8日 11:14