Rename VMware .vmdk file failure

Hi All,

I followed up this artical for restore a failed Power On VM.

Unfortunately, I had faied at step RENAME .vmdk file. The error message as following,
-sh: move: not found

Could you please check and guide me ?
rafael hoNetwork/System EngineeringAsked:
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
which step failed ?

mv -i temp.vmdk vmdisk0.vmdk ?
rafael hoNetwork/System EngineeringAuthor Commented:
Hello Andrew,

Right. I failed at that step
mv -i temp.vmdk vmdisk0.vmdk ?

Tried to 3rd times, I recognized that I logged in incorrect volumes. NOW, I could finish all steps, and the result is the VM had Powered on and running well.

Thank you for your support.

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rafael hoNetwork/System EngineeringAuthor Commented:
the VM could powered on.
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