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Re: [Xen-users] [XCP] Import Always Fails

Yes, that was part of the original message - that I verified the transfer VM 
exists by showing hidden objects.  If it exists, then the RPM is likely 

Nick Couchman
SEAKR Engineering, Inc.

On Aug 15, 2013, at 9:09, "Errol Neal <eneal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>" 
<eneal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On Wed, 08/14/2013 07:14 PM, &quot;Nick Couchman&quot; 
> &lt;Nick.Couchman@xxxxxxxxx&gt; wrote:
>> I'm trying to contain my frustration...but I'm wondering if *anyone* has 
>> *ever* gotten the Import functionality to work in XCP?  I've tried several 
>> times, and keep getting the same obnoxious and useless error that is 
>> absolutely no help to anyone: Failed to Import.  I have made sure that the 
>> transfer VM is installed (View -> Show Hidden Objects, transfer VM is 
>> there), but every time I try to do an import, whether a full OVA, an OVF, or 
>> a VMDK, I just get the same silly error.  Can someone tell me at least where 
>> to look to find out what's failing?  Or someone provide some experiencing on 
>> how you got it to work?
> Firstly, have you already installed the transfer-vm rpm?

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