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P2V conversion with vizioncore vConverter

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Dear All,
I used the trial version of vconverter to evaluate the product.
I tried P2V task fron windows source to ESXI target and it worked fine (Hot mode).
I tried more than one time and it was OK.

Again i tried to use the continous protection type,the initial syncronization succeeded but the subsequent syncronization kept failing at the step of "Mounting Disk Image" it show the error "this may be caused by the loss of Network connectivity through conversion"

I kept monitoring The network,it is up i used the ping command and there was no packet loss.

I made sure that all requirments for Continous protection are applied.

After many trials I tried to convert the physical target again with Hot mode....I was surprised as I got the same error....It was working fine and I didnt change anything ???

Any advice?
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Question by:mostabdo
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by:pgm554
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Why don't you use the Vmware P2V?

It's free and it works.
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by:danm66
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you might try hard setting the network speed and/or duplex on the source system and esxi hosts.
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@pgm554 :I am not using vmware P2V as I need SW that can do P2V and V2P along with P2V incremintal Synchronization and vConverter should be able to do these.

@danm66: I will try this and let you know.
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by:mostabdo
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I didnt got an answer from here but i knew from vizioncore that it is a bug.
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