First, select the virtual machine that you want to clone.
[root@redhat ~]# ls /etc/libvirt/qemu/*.xml
/etc/libvirt/qemu/cp1.xml /etc/libvirt/qemu/vcs5_sol_n1.xml /etc/libvirt/qemu/vcs6_lin_vvr_n3.xml
/etc/libvirt/qemu/rhel6.xml /etc/libvirt/qemu/vcs6_lin_vvr_n1.xml /etc/libvirt/qemu/vcs6_sol_n1.xml
Next, we need to see the disk size of the existing virtual machine:
[root@redhat ~]# lvs | grep -i rhel6
rhel6 vg -wi-a—- 8.00g
Now we create the logical volume to use for the new system:
[root@redhat ~]# lvcreate -L 8G -n shaun /dev/vg
Logical volume “shaun” created
Finally, we clone the existing virtual machine:
root@redhat ~]# virt-clone –prompt
What is the name of the original virtual machine?
What is the name for the cloned virtual machine?
What would you like to use as the cloned disk (file path) for ‘/dev/vg/rhel6’?
Now you can start the new virtual machine “shaun”
root@redhat ~]# virsh start shaun
root@redhat ~]# virsh list
Since we cloned the disk networking will not work until we reconfigure the interface.The Mac has an app called “Chicken of the VNC” installed. Connect to system “192.168.1.71 on display 1 ” to modify the Virtual Machines. The password for VNC is 123456
Once you see the Desktop, “Applications -> System Tools -> Virtual Machine Manager”
Click on your virtual machine to see the console display.
mv /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth1
This will give you the MAC address: ifconfig eth1 | grep -i hwaddr | cut -c39-100
replace the HWADDR entry in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth1 with the correct address
replace DEVICE=”eth0″ to the new device name which is DEVICE=”eth1″
Change your hostname in /etc/sysconfig/network