VMWare and ESX conversion command

Posted on 2009-04-15
Last Modified: 2013-11-11

    What is the command to use a VMware Server Console vm on a ESX platform? I think it is some kind of command run from the command prompt that allows ESX to see VMware servers?

Question by:missymadi
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    Are you talking about finding information about VM machines in ESX Server, then it is


    Here is list of all commands used in ESX Server

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    Thanks for the information. Do you know the exact command to convert a VMServer that has Linux and Oracle 11g installed into a virtual machine that ESX can recognize? Could you give me an example of the command I would use? I am in a bit of a time crunch, our current configuration died and I need to get this copy of VMware into our ESX server asap!

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    Then it's a different situation, most people use VM Converter rather than command line (perhaps there may be, but I have only tried using VM Converter)

    Check if this link helps..

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