@leppche1 H*ll yes im using ReFS! Formatted 64k 48TB volume. Yes I use it for the storage advantages as well. Yes pretty insane, the box I built is extremely fast. I was mentioning in another thread that I can do a Full Synthetic on one particular job that is 11TBs in 8 mins!
Its just missing fuzzy dice hanging from the disk array. If only the box were stable
I might be on to something here want you to test this. I want you to load verifier on processes in memory. This will help trap the issue, it will flag every process in a pool with a special header.
So click start - run - type verifier.exe click OK
Click 'Create custom settings (for code developers)
Click 'Special Pool & Pool Tracking Only'
Then I would pick everything that is loaded in memory.I've made two changes to my box which oddly enough its been stable for a day 1/2 now which is weird.
First change is I updated HP's Intelligent Provisioning http://h20564.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?sp4ts.oid=7271242&swItemId=MTX_061e8ee804284704998e7a3b49&swEnvOid=4231
, this is the UEFI 'Unified Extensible Firmware' that sits between the hardware and OS. I have an embedded NAND flash that stores this image. This didn't get updated with HPs "Proliant Support Pack' because the update came after it was released. Does your Dell server do something like this? If so maybe check to see if there is an update for it.
Second change is running verifier, I have no proof but could running this process cause the drivers to NOT crash? Doesn't make sense but I can't explain it either which is why I want you to try this out. Now this will slow down the box a bit because of whats going on under the covers. But if your box does bomb out it will give way to whats happening with the Kernel. I could take your dump and submit it to Microsoft since I have an open ticket.