Posted on 2012-08-12
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I have 2 vmware servers running . I need to tansfer one virtual server to another vmware server. Both on same network , please advise the best solution.
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    Vmware provides software called SRM, (VMware Vcenter Site Recovery Manager) which allows you to transfer Virtual machines from host to host. Link provided below.
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    If this is a one time migration, install VMware Converter.  Shutdown VM, run VMware covnerter and point source to the source ESX host and destination.  This should allow for easy migration and allow you to resize VM if needed.
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    thanks a lot.   its clear now.

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