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There is always a way to get things done :-) what I would do is first take a snapshot of the VM you want to move to a new project, then either share it with the project or make it public in the system. Now go to the new project and just re-launch the snapshot you took in the old project and you know have a VM in the new project. There a command line feature to just share from one project to the next "can_share". Below is a example of the command.

$ glance member-create --can-share Image-ID Project-ID

$ glance member-create --can-share 66ee4474-bace-475b-99f3-09f809060742 feb0ea0cdbe84f0abd8cac80a357b72f

This should do the job.

There is always a way to get things done :-) what I would do is first take a snapshot of the VM you want to move to a new project, then either share it with the project or make it public in the system. Now go to the new project and just re-launch the snapshot you took in the old project and you know now have a new VM (clone of the old) in the new project. There a command line feature to just share from one project to the next "can_share". Below is a example of the command.

$ glance member-create --can-share Image-ID Project-ID

$ glance member-create --can-share 66ee4474-bace-475b-99f3-09f809060742 feb0ea0cdbe84f0abd8cac80a357b72f

This should do the job.

There is always a way to get things done :-) what I would do is first take a snapshot of the VM you want to move to a new project, then either share it with the project or make it public in the system. Now go to the new project and just re-launch the snapshot you took in the old project and you now will have a new VM (clone of the old) in the new project. There a command line feature to just share from one project to the next "can_share". Below is a example of the command.

$ glance member-create --can-share Image-ID Project-ID

$ glance member-create --can-share 66ee4474-bace-475b-99f3-09f809060742 feb0ea0cdbe84f0abd8cac80a357b72f

This should do the job.