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If I correctly understand your question, you simply converted an ESXi VM to KVM VM, but Openstack will not be aware of it unless you specifically do this task inside Openstack.

To solve your problem, you could: - hack the Openstack DB in order to let it view the instance (I have never done it before, I think it could be a very tedious and unsecure procedure) - save the newly created KVM VM's disk to glance and then start a new VM from that image.

If I correctly understand your question, you simply converted an ESXi VM to KVM VM, but Openstack will not be aware of it unless you specifically do this task inside Openstack.

To solve your problem, you could: - hack the Openstack DB in order to let it view the instance (I have never done it before, I think it could be a very tedious and unsecure procedure) - save the newly created KVM VM's disk to glance and then start a new VM from that image.

If I correctly understand your question, you simply converted an ESXi VM to KVM VM, but Openstack will not be aware of it unless you specifically do this task inside Openstack.

To solve your problem, you could: - could:

  • hack the Openstack DB in order to let it view the instance (I have never done it before, I think it could be a very tedious and unsecure procedure) - procedure)

  • save the newly created KVM VM's disk to glance and then start a new VM from that image.

If I correctly understand your question, you simply converted an ESXi VM to KVM VM, but Openstack will not be aware of it unless you specifically do this task inside Openstack.

To solve your problem, problem you could:could either:

  • hack the Openstack DB in order to let it view the instance (I have never done it before, I think it could be a very tedious and unsecure procedure)

  • save the newly created KVM VM's disk to glance and then start a new VM from that image.