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XENSERVER imported machine having an error

Posted on 2012-03-28
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I have imported One of my machine running ESXI having Ubunto to my newly installed xen server.

ESXI=DEV.VMDK

XENCONVERT  converted it to XENOVF.

but it imported successfully after 8 hours but now this is the error .I have attached the snap shot.
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Your ubuntu system is looking for the disk(s) based on their hardware UUID -- a value that is not transportable.

You need to boot your Ubuntu system in single user mode & manually change the entries in /etc/fstab to either match the UUID of the "new" drive image, or reference the disk in another fashion (like the e2fs label).

I hope this explains a little and helps you on the path to a successful migration!

Dan
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