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eamonm.sys causing BSOD crashes oN Server 2012


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For the last week or so we have a couple physical servers running Server 2012 (not R2) that have been spontaneously rebooting.  This is very bad since these are our Hyper-V hosts.  We worked with Microsoft and had them anazlyze our dump files and things and they cam eback and pointed to the eamonm.sys file as being the cause or all our problems.

 

We just installed version 6.0.12035 within the last couple weeks and never had this problem before.

 

Has anyone else seen any problems like this and might know a potential resolution?

 

Thanks.

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Could you please pm me the download link to a memory dump from BSOD? I haven't come across any such issues with ESET's drivers for a very long time.

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I have some Hyper V- hosts 2012 R2 servers , the servers are setup voor failover clustering and installed  with  ESET FS 6.0.12035 and since then we are getting blue screens we found out that ESET was causing the BSOD. 

Are there any updates on this issue ?

 

I wanted to install some more HOST servers  with ESET but I don't think its save now.

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I have some Hyper V- hosts 2012 R2 servers , the servers are setup voor failover clustering and installed  with  ESET FS 6.0.12035 and since then we are getting blue screens we found out that ESET was causing the BSOD. 

Are there any updates on this issue ?

 

Have you provided a kernel or complete memory dump from BSOD to customer care for analysis. I, for one, am not aware of any BSOD issues with v6 products. Without a memory dump, it's impossible to tell the cause of the crash.

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