TCPv4 Connection Failures and Active

Steve Feller 21 Reputation points
2022-10-12T17:46:39.31+00:00

Good evening everyone,

I've a question, we have some servers, by customers, where the TCPv4 Connection Failures and Active are increasing an lot

How can i troubleshoot from where it's coming ?

It looks that after some time like this, when we have too much connection, the machine crashes. We have to restart it

Is it coming from software, or could be coming from Hardware (network card) ? Driver to update ?

Thanks for help, i'm a little confused about this i don't know where and how look to fix this problem.

We don't have this problem by every servers... i don't know if it's software or hardware.

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  1. Dave Patrick 426.2K Reputation points MVP
    2022-10-12T17:55:28.727+00:00

    I'd check the latest ROM bios, firmware, chipset and driver support packs from manufacturer have been installed.

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  1. Steve Feller 21 Reputation points
    2022-10-12T18:14:22.333+00:00

    Hi @Dave Patrick

    Thanks for your reply !

    I'l check these point that you mentionned for servers on hardware, what do you think about Virtual Machine ? What should we check and maybe update ? Thanks

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  2. Dave Patrick 426.2K Reputation points MVP
    2022-10-12T18:19:28.597+00:00

    A virtual machine does not insulate from meeting the hardware requirements. Update as mentioned above. Also you can confirm here and with manufacturer that the hardware supports the operating system installed.
    https://www.windowsservercatalog.com/

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