I'm having a strange problem where I have 2 HOST servers (new Dell Servers) running
Windows 2012 STD and
Hyper-V 2012 and they replicate stuff between each other (each machine replicated to other host and vice versa) and I'm having problem with one of those servers always stopping replication (after few successful replications) with the error:
Hyper-V could not replicate changes for virtual machine 'SERVFILE': The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable. (0x80070570). (Virtual Machine ID B6CF0B0E-0580-4D5A-AB78-F8DD0DF0D0B3)
Restarting replication doesn't work. I have to remove replication and resend everything. It stops working after few days claiming the time difference between replication is more then 24 hours. It happened already 2 times within 2 weeks.
I've also confirmed this on 2 other servers where one machine is constantly missing it's replication cycles (7 out of 18 at this very moment). All other machines seems to be fine.
I checked drives with
chkdsk and it seems fine. I don't see any other reason for it to stop. Could reboots affect replication?