Running server 2012 in a 2 node failover cluster with a 2012 R2 vdi setup.
'abc-VMP33': Cannot allocate more memory to the virtual machine because of failure to extend the memory contents file '\\abcSOFSCAP0.abc.forest.org\VDI\DesktopStorage\Personal_Desktop\abc-VMP33\Virtual Machines\C0C49EDB-9B49-4B45-AE1B-523BBEDF259B\C0C49EDB-9B49-4B45-AE1B-523BBEDF259B.bin' to 693 MB: An unexpected network error occurred. (0x8007003B). (Virtual machine ID C0C49EDB-9B49-4B45-AE1B-523BBEDF259B)
We had this happen on all running machines. It spams the logs hard. If we live migrate them to one node and back all is fixed.
We did have a storage hiccup earlier that we believe kicked off this issue.
Any information is great.
The storage is a SOFS ?
When the issue occurs , can you still access that folder from the owner node of cluster ?
The issue may be relevant to connection between cluster node and storage .
Did you configure NIC teaming on cluster node ?
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- Edited by Elton_JiMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Monday, May 26, 2014 1:57 PM
Yes its a 2012 R2 Scale out file server.
These started to fail after a "crash" however access to the share seems fine. Its almost like locked files or something. At this point i am unsure if this was a one time event or its going to show its face again. I had the errors again this morning but i believe it was on machine that had not been migrated off from last week. I had just did the ones in the log from last week and these might have been off/not in use.
I will sit tight and we are monitoring the logs closely so i will know if its back.