Windows 2012 R2 Cluster blue screens with 0x20001 11 27384d on NTOSKRNL.EXE

The blue screen is occurring randomly on all four nodes of my newly created Windows 2012 R2 Hyper-V Cluster.

Each Server:

  • HP BL465c Gen 8 (192GB/FC Connection to VNX)
  • All Drivers are current per HPSReports analysis by them
  • All EMC Drivers are up to date

Not all servers are rebooting at the same time.  They will sporadically do this with no event indicators of any failures prior to the event.  This appears to be a hyper-v memory management error which usually indicates bad memory or something like
that, but this is extremely unlikely because the events are occurring on all four servers that are identical.  The only reason I can see this being the case is if I have some BIOS issue that is undiscovered as of it.  This can always be a possibility
but HP has been pushing me to Microsoft because of the cross device consistency of this.

There simply is nothing in any log that shows a build up to this issue.

The other suggestion I am being given is to reinstall the server.  But that means the entire cluster as they are seeing the same thing.

There are references to this covering Windows 2008 R2 and one even shows a hotfix, but that isn’t 2012 R2 and does not help as well.


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