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I now have a few virtual machines (Windows and Linux) running on VMWare esxi and we are considering migrating to XenServer. Is this possible? What are the practical steps?

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XenConvert 2,0 is a Tool from Citrix that does the job

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Yup. Just boot from the XenServer install CD and doing a P2V migration is one of the options. – John Clayton Jul 30 '09 at 14:16

Yes, you can move VMs around. The easiest is to use one of the tools that reads VMFS volumes, like vmfs-tools, and copy the contents of each VM to a corresponding filesystem on the Xen server, then configure and boot.

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