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network bug leading to BSOD

mcarr
Occasional Visitor

network bug leading to BSOD

 

With the team TLB method set to Round-robin, connecting to the target server such as via SMB, BSODs the target server sometimes almost instantly, sometimes after transferring a very small amount of data.

 

Target system is fine with the source TLB method set to automatic, so no worries there, but a confused NIC shouldn't bring down the OS.

 

Source server
DL380G5
Windows 2008r2 Std
HP NCU ver 10.80.0.25
Team driver ver: 10.80.0.0

Team created from 2 internal HP NC382i DP NICs 1+2, slot0 port1+2
Driver ver: 7.8.21.0
VBD Driver ver: 7.8.6.0
Bootcode ver: 5.2.3

Team type: Automatic


Target server
DL380G5
Windows 2008r2 Ent
HP NCU ver 10.80.0.25
Team driver ver: 10.80.0.0

Team created from 3 of the internal HP NC328i NICs and 1 from an add-in HP NC375T QP
Slot 0, port 1,3,4
Slot 2 port 4

 

NC328i
Driver ver: 7.8.21.0
VBD Driver ver: 7.8.6.0
Bootcode ver: 5.2.3

 

NC375T
Driver ver: 4.7.28.523
firmware ver: 4.0.5900
Bootcode ver: 5.2.3

Team type: Automatic
Team TLB method: Automatic


Network config
2x HP Procurve e5406zl - J8697A
firmware ver: K.15.10.0009

source server trunk - lacp on one switch
target server trunk - dt-trunk split across both switches, 2 ports on each.

 

Windows Event

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.274.10
Locale ID: 2057

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: d1
BCP1: 0000000000000068
BCP2: 0000000000000002
BCP3: 0000000000000000
BCP4: FFFFF880051BC075
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 274_3