When I run that, I get "Error parsing 'mytestimage.xml': Disk entry for
'xpvmimage.raw' not found"
My image is actually in qcow format (now qcow2). I've tried using qcow and
raw with no luck. The xpvmimage.raw is in the same directory I'm running
the command from and the same place as the xml so I don't think it's just
that it can't find the file.
I'm fairly sure that I'm missing some vital information here... Hopefully
someone on the list can point out where I'm going wrong. I'm pretty sure
this isn't a fault with the code, I'm just doing it wrong or not
understanding. Is there a special format for these hard drive images I
should be using? I was thinking I'd just copy the .qcow (or convert it to
.raw) and that would be alright.
Thanks for your help.
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