[Bug 236042] Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V snapshot triggers SCSI errors

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Nick <njc at njctech.com> changed:

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--- Comment #7 from Nick <njc at njctech.com> ---
I am having this problem with PFSense (2.4.4-RELEASE-p3) running on Hyper-V
(Windows 2012 R2).  In my case, replication might run fine for a while (hours,
days) but at some point there is a SCSI Status Error during a WRITE operation
and PFSense/FreeBSD will become locked up or partially working but eventually
will not respond to network or UI requests.  I would love a resolution to this.
 For the moment, I've disabled replication and it's been fine.

Perhaps useful, perhaps not:  I've been running PFSense for years as a
replicating VM on Hyper-V W2K2012R2 without issues.  It was just this week when
I started having problems.  PFSense was previously running many different
versions (2.2, 2.3, 2.4.3).  When I started having problems this week I had not
upgraded PFSsense or the hypervisor.  As far as I can tell "nothing changed".


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