Best answer by smueller
We have a workaround for this, which requires the VMs to be offline:
You can export the VM in QCOW2 on the commandline on AHV Cluster A.
Download the file and import on the AHV Cluster B.
After importing the image, you can set up an new VM and clone the disk out of the imported file.
- Log in to the shell of your CVM
- Get the Container your VM is stored with nfs_ls
- Get the vmdisk_uuid with the command "acli vm.get "
qemu-img convert -f raw nfs://127.0.0.1//.acropolis/vmdisk/ -O qcow2 /home/nutanix/.qcow2
Download it with SCP or another software.
Import via Image Configuration on the target system.