I have a dedicated server that has Hyper-V installed in a production environment.
I've been running this dedicated server for a year and a half with no hiccups or errors, but now, as my business finally starts to grow, my dedicated server is restarted for no reason.
God of Hyper-V Can you help me?
It is currently hosted on SoYouStart and they told me that they had checked all the components and none of them had any mistakes.
I also do not think it's a DDoS attack because all ports except the remote desktop port are blocked. This port is only enabled for my country area. SYS also told me that they did not find any attack on my dedicated server.
The event viewer shows no errors, the only thing that says is:
Critical error (kernel power) 41:
The system has been restarted without properly shutting down. This error can occur if the system stops responding, crashes, or unexpectedly loses power.
There is also no event before (or a few minutes ago) until the dedicated server restarts.
I've also set up a memory monitor, but I do not know why he stopped recording 25 minutes before the server crashed.
The same thing happened to the network monitor I created.
And none of them registered a high usage or anything like that.
I have no options left, can someone help me please?
It is a production server
– It is a Windows Server 2012 R2 datacenter with Hyper-V installed
– Windows Build 9600
– 15 VPS on it
– Processor always runs at 1 ~ 5% (E5 1650 v2)
– Memory usage 53 / 64GB (83% if used)
– Runs since May / 2017