Nutanix Move 4.9.1 is now available
Nutanix Move is a cross-hypervisor mobility solution to move VMs with minimal downtime.Please review the release notes before deployment for all productsWhat's New in Release 4.9.1Upgrade to Move 4.9.1Move can be upgraded to version 4.9.1 from the Move versions 4.6.0, 4.7.0, 4.8.0, and 4.9.0.Support for migration of VM with virtual Trusted Platform Module (vTPM) enabledMove now supports the migration of vTPM-enabled VM from ESXi to AHV with Prism Central (PC) as the target.Support for migration of VM with virtualization-based security (VBS) enabledMove now supports the migration of VBS-enabled VM from ESXi to AHV. VBS is known as Windows Defender Credential Guard in AHV.Support for AWS migration with user having Explicit DenyMove now supports AWS migration with a user account having Explicit Deny by IP address.General Availability for additional migrationsThe following migrations are now General Available (GA) with this release: AHV to NC2 (on AWS/Azure) NC2 (on AWS/Azure) to AHV NC2 (on Azure) to NC2 (on Azure) Filter VMs by tagYou can filter VMs by tag during the creation of a migration plan.Change the SSH port numberYou can change the SSH port number and access Move VMs using the new SSH port number.Support for migration of 100 VMsMove now supports the migration of 100 VMs in a migration plan from ESXi to AHV.Support for configuration of Security Group and Public IP addressMove now supports the configuration of Security Group and Public IP address for migrations from AHV to AWS/Azure.New guest operating systems qualificationThe following guest operating systems have been qualified. ESXi to AHV: OEL 9.1, Windows Desktop 11 ESXi to ESXi on Nutanix: Windows Server 2022 (UEFI, BIOS, and Secure Boot) AHV to AHV: Windows Desktop 10 Hyper-V to AHV: RHEL 9.1 Azure to AHV: Windows Server 2022 Resolved Issues | 4.9.1GeneralFollowing is the resolved issue that is common for migration from all sources.Fixed the issue where the Grafana container would go into a restart loop in Move dark site.Hyper-V to AHVFollowing is the resolved issue for migration from Hyper-V to AHV.VM does not boot when fstab has boot points added as comments.ESXiPost VM migration, the Linux VMs may fail to boot with file system mount failure. This is due to the missing UUID mapping of the boot disk in fstab. Enable the fix for this issue by following the steps detailed in KB-15335.