I would clone it first if possible, for testing, or fire up a new 2016 instance.
The other option would be for me to just move the shared directory to an existing Windows Server and keep everything running as is (on the Windows 7 32-bit VM). The only reason I am not crazy about that idea is that means there
are now (3) separate VMs/systems needing each other for the BBS nodes.
It seems to root of the problem is Windows non-server only allows a total of 20
connections for a share. For some unknown reason, Samba on eCS and ArcaOS use
4 connections for each BBS node. On the event that I hit the 20 connection limit, JFS crashes and the eCS VM dumps.
If I move this share to my Windows Server, no more connection limit for a share.
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