EseDiskFlushConsistency appears to be a new feature of Windows 10 1709.
I only came across it because 2 weekends running one of the recently rebuilt workstations on one of my sites has woken up in BSOD mode monday morning and required a hard reset to kick it back into life.
I failed to find anything in the almost useless event viewer so I downloaded myeventviewer which is far more usable and in about 3 minutes I was able to discover that the final logged event took place at 22.21 on Saturday evening and had an entry almost identical to this:
Log Name: Application
Event ID: 916
Task Category: General
DllHost (11700,G,0) The beta feature EseDiskFlushConsistency is enabled in ESENT due to the beta site mode settings 0x800000.
and nothing else hit the logs until the kernel critical message confirming that the machine had been rebooted without a clean shutdown at 12 mins to 9 monday morning.
Didn't mean anything to me. Google found 574 references, all seemingly linked to 1709 and all causing freezes or crashes (mostly in games, which certainly didn't apply to this machine)
The most comprehensive thread I found on it was ththis one at social technet
Lots of reports of problems, none, yet with solutions. Did try searching the registry for ways to disable it but it's buried too well for simple searches like "EseDiskFlushConsistency" to find.
Just wondering if anyone here has a clue either about what EseDiskFlushConsistency is or how else we can troubleshoot unexplained BSODs with similar symptoms?