I am running XenServer for virtualization. I have a linux distro with Big Blue Button (http://bigbluebutton.org/) in .vmdk format that I'd like to run on my XenServer (it uses .vhd files). Problem is that the official tool XenConvert only works if the .vmdk contains a Windows O/S.
Here is the log I received when using the XenConvert tool:
Source is C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\disk0.vmdk. Destination is C:\workspace. VMDK to VHD started at den 3 augusti 2011 09:38:08 Converting VMDK to VHD... Dismounting VHD... Failed to get the system directory. Windows directory is WINDOWS Scanning for BOOT volume... * Warning! * Failed to find the Windows Boot Volume. VHD C:\workspace\disk0.vhd was not configured for XenServer. VM may not boot in XenServer. Dismounting VHD... VMDK to VHD stopped at den 3 augusti 2011 09:44:32
I have tried other tools like Vizioncore Vconverter and StarWind converter, but it seems like there are no V2V tools available that allows a Linux .vmdk to be converted to a Xen .vhd file.
I am wondering if this conversion is possible?