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Hyper-v 2019 kernal power shutdown after trying to initialize NTFS Volume in Storage tier

since Storage Tier with ReFS doesn’t support pinning files to a specific tier, we decided to roll back to NTFS.

I moved all the VMs to another pool and deleted the ReFS tiered virtual disk/storage pool and created it again. The moment I try to initialize the volume to use NTFS, an Bug Check Reboot will occur. I tried to remove it and create it again but didn’t work.

The tiers in this pool: SSD & HDD. The other non-tiered-pool consist of only NVMe SSD with ReFs filesystem.

used commands to create the volume: (it’s happing at Initialize-Disk or Initialize-Volume)

Get-VirtualDisk $tier_sp_vd_name | Get-Disk | Set-Disk -IsReadOnly 0 
Get-VirtualDisk $tier_sp_vd_name | Get-Disk | Set-Disk -IsOffline 0
Get-VirtualDisk $tier_sp_vd_name | Get-Disk | Initialize-Disk -PartitionStyle GPT
Get-VirtualDisk $tier_sp_vd_name | Get-Disk | New-Partition -DriveLetter “E” -UseMaximumSize
Initialize-Volume -DriveLetter “E" -FileSystem NTFS -Confirm:$false
Set-Volume -DriveLetter E -NewFileSystemLabel $tier_sp_vd_name

I tried to read the memory dump file but couldn’t figure out how to use the information inside of it. Here are some informations inside of it regarding the link https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/315271/how-to-use-dumpchk-exe-to-check-a-memory-dump-file

MajorVersion        0000000f
MinorVersion        00004563
KdSecondaryVersion  00000000
DirectoryTableBase  00000000`001ad000
PfnDataBase         ffff9400`00000000
PsLoadedModuleList  fffff803`13ab69b0
PsActiveProcessHead fffff803`13aaa5f0
MachineImageType    00008664
NumberProcessors    00000020
BugCheckCode        0000012e
BugCheckParameter1  ffff8104`2c5ff8f0
BugCheckParameter2  ffff8104`196c6220
BugCheckParameter3  00000000`00040000
BugCheckParameter4  00000000`00000200
KdDebuggerDataBlock fffff803`13a9a5e0

I appreciate your help with issue, since the new Storage pool with 30TB is hanging out because of it.

P.S: after the reboot/crash the tiered virtual disk goes offline and ReadOnly.

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