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BSOD WIN2008 0x00002056, 0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0x81a08fe9

Posted on 2010-11-11
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HP
Proliant
DL360 G6
4CPUX2.533Ghz
14GB ram

I have VM server ESx4 running Two WIN2008 machines and 1 WIN2003 machine.

One of the WIN2008 has had a BSOD 3 times recently and I can't get any hints as to why via event viewer or bugchecks. I can't see anything around the time of the shutdown that indicates what was going before the incident.

BCCode:      34
BCP1:      0005077C
BCP2:      805F0A30
BCP3:      805F072C
BCP4:      87CBB842
OS Version:      6_0_6001
Service Pack:      1_0
Product:      272_3

Please see file.
EXPERTS.txt
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by:noxcho
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Did you run CHKDSK /f/r on all partitions of the server? The BSOD cause is ntfs.sys which points to file system corruption.
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by:Chromis
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I ran the test but it returned no errors.

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by:noxcho
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Ok, here is another referense to the error: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff557491(v=VS.85).aspx
How much free space is on volume you store page file on?
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by:Chromis
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The page file is stored on C and there's 23Gb space free.

The vm is allocated 1CPU and 2Gb of ram and it runs as a file server. Although recently it has become a distrubution point for SCCM.

I've noticed once arounf the BS that the CPU was maxed out.

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by:noxcho
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To resolve a nonpaged pool memory depletion problem: Add new physical memory to the computer. This will increase the quantity of nonpaged pool memory available to the kernel. - Try this solution.
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by:Chromis
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Noxcho. It's a VM server and we are talking about a virtual machine.
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by:noxcho
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Then increase memory of the virtual machine. How much do you have it right now?
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by:Chromis
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I've sent the logs to VM support.
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by:Chromis
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Vm support suggested an issue with NTFS.sys and to install a patch.
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by:noxcho
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They looked into dmp report and noticed there ntfs.sys which is a driver of your file system.
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After applying the recommened service pack, the issue has halted.
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by:noxcho
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Best would be if you accept your own answer (post a link to recommended service pack and instructions). This would help others to resolve this problem following your solution.
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Recommened by VM support.
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