Hyper-V Dynamic Memory Allocation strikes again… I have decided to no longer use Dynamic Memory Allocation on any of my virtual machines. It is a fine idea in theory but it is extremely buggy and I am not sure how it made it into a production OS…

What’s the issue this time around? This is my third article talking about a bug related to Dynamic Memory Allocation. In this case it has to do with the clock sync on the VM. Which is a major ordeal if you happen to be working with a virtualized Domain Controller. Here was the situation… every time power got cut to the host and subsequently the VM was “hard powered” off, upon reboot the clock would be off by several hours. (more…)