What OS is the OracleVM if it is Windows then treat it as a phyiscal machine and use VMware Converter to convert it into VMware format.
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Oracle VM - is Xen-based virtualization platform from Oracle. I have a couple of VM's in this format (i.e. virtual disks) and have no spare servers to install Oracle VM. Guest OS is Oracle Linux as far as I understood.
Main question is how to convert hard disk from this .img to .vmdk? Qemu-img didn't do it right way.
Ok guys, now it's time to get serious. I mean, i want to use vmware and all their features, but (And here is the thing) if you want to run a Oracles VM Templates....well you know it's hell on earth
Do it live.. use VM Converter point to the RUNNING instance, don't convert the img file, convert it as a PHYSICAL machine, even though it's a VM.
well you know it's hell on earth
no we didn't know that, thanks for the update.
Converting FROM another vendor product still is NOT a VM ware problem, even though there are alternatives like converting it as a LIVE VM.
Oracle is ALSO Redhat rebranded, just FYI