- You have Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012 R2 configured as a Hyper-V host.
- You have an Internet Small Computer System Interface
(iSCSI) logical unit number (LUN) connected to a Hyper-V virtual machine as a pass-through disk.
- The pass-through disk is backed by thin-provisioned storage.
- The pass-through disk reaches permanent resource exhaustion.
The events may be logged continuously until more space is allocated for the thin-provisioned LUN, or until the I/O operation is canceled on the Hyper-V virtual machine.
- Do not use a pass-through disk. Instead, connect the iSCSI disk directly to the initiator running in the Hyper-V virtual machine.
- Monitor the Hyper-V host for thin-provisioning events, and then adjust the storage capacity as needed.
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