Which of the following conditions would cause a failed migration under these conditions?

When attempting to VMotion migrate a newly built running virtual machine, the migration fails. Which of the following conditions would cause a failed migration under these conditions?

A.
VMI Paravirtualization Support has been enabled for the virtual machine, but is not supported on the target host

B.
The source host supports hyperthreading, but the target host does not

C.
NPIV has been enabled on the virtual machine, and VMotion is not supported with NPIV

D.
The number of processor cores differs between the source and target hosts

Explanation:
Migrating VMI-enabled virtual machines to platforms that do not support VMI If you have suspended a virtual machine that uses VMI on an earlier release of a VMware product, you cannot resume the virtual machine on a VMware product which does not support VMI. You cannot vMotion VMI-enabled virtual machines from earlier releases to future products that do not support VMI.
Instead, use cold migration to transition the VMI-enabled virtual machine to a future VMware product. Power the virtual machine off and then power it back on in the future VMware product.


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