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How to clone a current VM

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So I have a Linux VM that I'm happy with at its current state, how would I go abouts cloning it and using it to deploy fresh new one's but with all the configs I've made to the current one, so I don't have to always do it again ?

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2 minutes ago, Shabzy said:

So I have a Linux VM that I'm happy with at its current state, how would I go abouts cloning it and using it to deploy fresh new one's but with all the configs I've made to the current one, so I don't have to always do it again ?

Stop the VM and make a copy of the vdisk files.   If you want you can also make a copy of the XML for the VM to save the VM settings although I think you are probably asking about the changes make inside the VM?   Then any time you create a new VM, set it up to use a copy of the saved vdisk files (by manually assigning them in the VM settings).

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