BSOD on a network copy

MrBiggz

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Greetings!

Hey has anybody gotten any blue's on a network copy? Even a regular copy? I've only encountered one so far. I think I'll try the SP1 RC and see if that helps. I did notice that the copy/move is a bit on the whack side. Moving 2K+ files that take up 1.5Gb should not take 3 hours. When the copy started it just sat there for 5 minutes before it started copying.

The the blue screens. I guess I get the 180 days of free support .. might as well use it. I got three minidumps like to know what they are and solve the problem.

Any insight is welcomed!

Regards! :cool:
 

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rajinisback

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Hi Mrbiggz,
When you get a blue screen it should read STOP:0x00000XX or something to that effect. Need that code to help figure out the issue. You can look in the System or Application event log for this error as well. Let us know. Thanks
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z3r010

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Network copying is a lot better in SP1 rc ;)
 

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Speaking of writing files:
First shipped with Windows Vista, SMB 2.0, also known as the Common Internet File System (CIFS) is also included in Windows Server 2008 and sports a number of improvements over its predecessor. Most immediately noticeable in SMB 2.0 is support for symbolic links, a powerful feature that UNIX admins have enjoyed since the beginning of time. SMB 2.0 also supports the sending of multiple SMB commands in a single network packet, thus significantly reducing the network overhead required for communication. Also increased in SMB 2.0 are the buffer sizes and the number of concurrent allowed file handles, resulting in increased scalability for a pure Windows environment. To work with older systems, Windows Server 2008 supports both SMB 1.0 and SMB 2.0 and automatically uses the version most appropriate for communication. SMB 2.0 is used only between Windows Server 2008 systems and with Windows Vista systems. SMB communication with all other operating systems uses SMB 1.0.
 

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MrBiggz

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I had one 0x80000000000002 and two 0x80000000000000

they seem pretty common. I'm installing SP1 RC lets see if that helps!
 

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