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BSOD in Windows Server 2019 PVS target devices cache in RAM


Arve Beckstrom

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It could be that you run out of disk space, these days even 8Gb does not sound like a lot when you would cache your streamed app CAB files together with the PVS writecache. Do you reboot regularly (to clear the PVS writecache) and how much space would your applications use if you'd have them all cached? Could you monitor the space usage to see if there is a pattern that would match the BSOD occurences?

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17 hours ago, Akshay Mane1709160863 said:

It could be that you run out of disk space, these days even 8Gb does not sound like a lot when you would cache your streamed app CAB files together with the PVS writecache. Do you reboot regularly (to clear the PVS writecache) and how much space would your applications use if you'd have them all cached? Could you monitor the space usage to see if there is a pattern that would match the BSOD occurences?

Thanks for your feedback, have checked what you suggest but find no problem with disk space. This is newly created images and not put into production yet. Have to mention that starting i Private mode is no problem, also selecting another cached mode like "Server" or "RAM With Overflow To Disk" works fine.

 

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