An edge condition was found when performing a file-level restore of a virtual machine using the Virtual Server Agent, the Access or Proxy Node may reboot due to the CVVD.sys driver that loads the backup data for browsing.
The following versions are affected:
- FeatureRelease 22.42 to 22.49
- FeatureRelease 23.29 to 23.34
- FeatureRelease 24.15 to 24.20
- FeatureRelease 25.0 to 25.2
Some common symptoms are the CVD log will flood with NULL values and the following error will be reported for the browse on the media agent.
Failed to receive browse response from MediaAgent. Please check Browse.log on MediaAgent.
The Browse log on the media agent and\or access node (VSA Proxy) may indicate the following:
CCvNetwork::CheckIfDataAvailable() - Thread is waiting for data on a socket. Waited for 600 sec(s). Requested wait time = no time out. Connection details :
The CVVD challenge is addressed with the latest maintenance releases when applied to the Virtual Server Proxy or Access Node. These can be downloaded and installed using the CommCell Console. More information on the update process can be found here: Installing Maintenance Releases Using the CommCell Console
Links to the latest individual maintenance releases for specific Feature Releases:
- Feature Release 22 Maintenance Release 50+
- Feature Release 23 Maintenance Release 35+
- Feature Release 24 Maintenance Release 21+
- Feature Release 25 Maintenance Release 06+
If you are unable to update to the most current Maintenance Release, you can download and install the individual hotfixes.
The individual hotfixes can be Copied into the CommServe Cache which will enable them to be pushed out to the needed machines.
Bug Symptoms: CVVD driver may crash on VSA/BL live restores