We're using the Cisco Nexus 1000V distributed vSwitch with a cluster of 13 hosts. We're on the latest VSM version [5.2(1)SV3(1.15)], but if I try to update the VEMs beyond 5.2(1)SV3(1.4), my hosts crash under high network load with the following PSOD:
#PF Exception 14 in world 33309:memMapKernel IP 0x418039b226fa addr 0x70
We're currently on ESXi 6.0 Update 2 build 3825889, but we've seen this same behaviour since ESXi 5.5 U1. Has anyone ever seen anything similar, with or without the Nexus 1000V? In case it's relevant, all of our hosts have a pair of Intel X520 10Gb NICs attached to the N1000V, along with a pair of I350 1Gb NICs attached to a separate VMware DVS. Servers are a mix of Dell PowerEdge R720 with dual Xeon E5-2690v2, R730 with dual Xeon E5-2697v3 and R630 with Xeon E5-2697v4 - same problem on all three types of hardware with three different generations of CPU.
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