I remember this from yeeeeears ago. The bug isn't on STM's side unfortunately. If I remember correctly, the bug was on QLogic's end, namely when monitoring the HBA via WMI (which we are doing). Support is correct in that the workaround is to remove the files. If memory serves me right, those files are memory dumps, and they get dumped into the directory of the process that is causing it (which we are that process).
Of course, google is not backing me up on this one. I would make sure all firmwares are up to date or perhaps put in a call to QLogic on this one. Sorry, I hate being the ISP that blames the cable company, but that's sorta the situation we're in here.