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Dokan BSOD's on Windows #13681

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scottbroadway opened this Issue Sep 11, 2018 · 11 comments

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scottbroadway commented Sep 11, 2018

I'm getting lots of BSOD's on Windows when running executables from KBFS, or when copying lots of files to KBFS. Dokan is seriously unreliable. Current Windows build is Win10 1803; Dokan is 1.1.0.2000. Can't deal with this level of unreliability in a filesystem, when KBFS hosts some of my most important files.

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When I do a "keybase login" command, the command line output shows that the dokan1.dll version is 1.1.0.1000.

scottbroadway commented Sep 11, 2018

When I do a "keybase login" command, the command line output shows that the dokan1.dll version is 1.1.0.1000.

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@scottbroadway if you do a keybase log send and post the resulting log ID here, we can take a look.

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cc: @zanderz @taruti

@scottbroadway if you do a keybase log send and post the resulting log ID here, we can take a look.

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74437fbd499d5cf66da7ff1c

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BSOD stop code is UNEXPECTED_KERNEL_MODE_TRAP

scottbroadway commented Sep 11, 2018

BSOD stop code is UNEXPECTED_KERNEL_MODE_TRAP

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A second log ID taken immediately after a BSOD reboot:

cddfe14c40163fcf7140dd1c

scottbroadway commented Sep 11, 2018

A second log ID taken immediately after a BSOD reboot:

cddfe14c40163fcf7140dd1c

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@scottbroadway Is it possible to remove the Fire Eye filesysrem driver (FeKern) just to see if there may be a conflict? Filesystem drivers of AV packages sometimes do conflict.

I'm using Dokan 1.1.0.2000 with Windows 10 version 1803 build 17134.285, no BSODs here.

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zanderz commented Sep 11, 2018

@scottbroadway Is it possible to remove the Fire Eye filesysrem driver (FeKern) just to see if there may be a conflict? Filesystem drivers of AV packages sometimes do conflict.

I'm using Dokan 1.1.0.2000 with Windows 10 version 1803 build 17134.285, no BSODs here.

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Lol, it's a work policy. I wish I could remove it (it's truly garbage software) alas I can't.

scottbroadway commented Sep 11, 2018

Lol, it's a work policy. I wish I could remove it (it's truly garbage software) alas I can't.

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I did manage to uninstall the FireEye driver. Ran a copy to KBFS to try to reproduce the BSOD, and the crash occurred.

Log ID is 5a2777b2b5f0dd1d0064611c

scottbroadway commented Sep 11, 2018

I did manage to uninstall the FireEye driver. Ran a copy to KBFS to try to reproduce the BSOD, and the crash occurred.

Log ID is 5a2777b2b5f0dd1d0064611c

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FireEye still uninstalled and disabled and I'm getting persistent BSODs when executing and using files on KBFS.

Log ID is 5df60913c30e6e3c4b8a991c

scottbroadway commented Sep 12, 2018

FireEye still uninstalled and disabled and I'm getting persistent BSODs when executing and using files on KBFS.

Log ID is 5df60913c30e6e3c4b8a991c

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Hi! We are working on getting a full build with installer etc with Dokan 1.2 support out.

However before that is ready would you like to test whether Dokan 1.2 fixes things for you with a modified kbfsdokan.exe? (We can have that built from a branch for you)

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taruti commented Sep 14, 2018

Hi! We are working on getting a full build with installer etc with Dokan 1.2 support out.

However before that is ready would you like to test whether Dokan 1.2 fixes things for you with a modified kbfsdokan.exe? (We can have that built from a branch for you)

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Yeah I can try that.

scottbroadway commented Sep 14, 2018

Yeah I can try that.

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