After a power outage, there is a problem with a VM running under Hyper-V and Windows Server 2016.
The problem is that after the unexpected shutdown on reboot, the VM could not be restarted and an error occurred. Unfortunately, I can not remember the mistake. I managed to get the VM working again, but it seems that it created a checkpoint (although checkpoints are disabled) and now creates another .avhxd file. The original .vhxd has a timestamp of the date the server lost power, leaving two HDD files.
I'm not sure what to do now to fix the situation. I hesitate to restart the VM because I do not want to lose any data. The VM is currently working properly.
The picture shows the checkpoint window:
And this picture shows the HDD files:
The top file on August 29th is the original .vhdx file, and the new growing file is the .avhdx file with the current date and time.
What would be the right method to solve this and bring the two together? Does a simple reboot fix the problem?