Two connectivity servers (redundant) have crashed
Windows application log files Problem Details: EP-CS01 and EP-CS02 servers have both crashed over the last 3 weeks. The server becomes unresponsive and all OPC data is not passed to clients, despite the backup server being available. One must force the server with the issue completely off (or reboot it) - during this time the redundant server is able to operate and OPC data is available to client nodes.
The Errors found are:
Event ID 12292 — VSS Shadow Copy Provider Operations
Event ID 5013 — IIS Application Pool Availability
The event ID 333Symptoms:
Found 4 errors that happened around the time of the events.
Event ID 5013 — IIS Application Pool Availability--> Related to VSS
Event ID 12292 — VSS Shadow Copy Provider Operations--> VSS
Event ID 4613 — COM+ Event System General Functionality--> 2X
After further investigation on Microsoft's site, event ID12292 is related to VSS, which is used running on the background by backup software.
Event ID 5013 is related to IIS, which could also be related to VSS
Event ID: 5013 corresponds to 0x800705aa, which after using AFWErrorLookup can be translated as: "Insufficient system Resources to complete the requested service"
Event ID: 12292 corresponds to 0x8007000e, which after using AFWErrorLookup can be translated as: "Not enought storage is available to complete this operation"
These two errors are related to VSS which is used running on the background by backup software, such as acronis, which we know for a fact that it runs on this machine.
but we are not sure if it wa Resolution:
EventID 333 from microsoft shows errors when writing into media. in this Case the Hard Drive.
- Latest Firmware for the HD
- Enable Enhanced Performance options.
The firmware updates for the HDD controllers were applied on both nodes, we have not seen any issues since. We're all set now