The tag has no wiki summary.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

2
votes
1answer
499 views

Ubuntu Server mdadm drbd ocfs2 kvm hangs under heavy file reading

I have deployed four ubuntu 10.04 server. They are coupled two by two in a cluster scenario. on both sides we have software raid1 disks, drbd8 and OCFS2 and on top of it some kvm machines run with ...
0
votes
1answer
36 views

Any way to convert qcow2 to ovf?

In our application we are downloading a qcow2 image and after that we are supposed to import that as OVF. So any way to convert qcow2 --> OVF or qcow2 --> vmdk(using qemu-img convert) --> ...
0
votes
1answer
407 views

repartitioning a qcow2 image without data loss

I'm experimenting with repartitioning in a KVM virtual. I have created a new qcow2 disk and mounted in a virtual. I'm experimenting with resizing the filesystem and repartitioning. I had previously ...
1
vote
0answers
94 views

qemu-img rebase operation taking longer than expected

#ls -1 Image1.qcow2 #qemu-img create -b Image1.qcow2 -f qcow2 Image1-DeltaFile.qcow2 Now I have an overlay called Image1-DeltaFile.qcow2. If I have another copy of Image1.qcow2 on a different ...
1
vote
0answers
643 views

need some way to convert QCOW2 to OVF or open QCOW2 on WINDOWS

is there a way to convert QCOW2 to OVF? or is there a way to open an QCOW2 on WINDOWS (preferably free/open source)? the problem is that ubuntu's virtual machine manager was used to create the image ...
0
votes
0answers
34 views

Xen blktap qcow/qcow2 not connecting

I have a similar issue as posted here, but with qcow/qcow2 images: Xen 4.1 host (dom0) with blktap disks ("tap:aio:") not connecting I tried Xen 4.1 on Ubuntu 12.04.04 precise, with both ...
0
votes
0answers
105 views

qcow2 Disk size much bigger than virtual size

What would cause this? ls shows the qcow2 to be 241G, in the VM it only has ~ 160 GB drive, no unpartitioned space. Win 7 VM, Host = EXT4 2.6 Kernel virsh 0.9.10 file format: qcow2 virtual size: ...
0
votes
0answers
473 views

qemu-img: preallocate portion of qcow2 copy-on-write image?

I'd like to create a copy-on-write qcow2 image on top of a read-only base image. However, the write performance of the copy-on-write top image is too slow for the intended workload. Is there a way to ...