Can vagrant help with virtualising an existing VM

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sebastian edmead

Nov 12, 2020, 7:06:40 AM11/12/20
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Hi all, 

So i have an SUSE linux 11 SP 1 VirtualBox vm that i need to upload to Azure. However, it doesn't support Hyper V. 

I know that you can import existing VMs into vagrant to be used with the CLI. I was wondering if it was possible i can go down the vagrant route, box the VM and upload it. So vagrant would essentailly handle the Hyper V

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Federico Razzoli

May 15, 2022, 1:47:39 PMMay 15
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Yes. You basically add a "vagrant" user to the VM, you create a Vagrant box, and you copy the VM disk to the Vagrant box.

Here's a step by step guide for VirtualBox:

I'd expect that the general idea works with any provider.
If you use a different provider and you manager to make it work, it would be nice to share a guide with the community.


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