An orphaned Update Exe Volatile registry value might be the cause of this issue.
The Pending File Rename Operations registry value indicates that a user or program has tried to rename a file that is in use.
Understanding and Debugging Kernel Panics – This technote addresses kernel panics: what they are, how to read panic logs and how to debug the code that caused the panic.
Kernel Core Dumps – This technote explains how you can enable remote kernel core dumps used to collect data about the kernel panic.
If the issue doesn't happen again during the next few weeks, the issue is likely resolved.
Diagnosing a recurring kernel panic can be difficult.
Tip: To help diagnose recurring kernel panics, record the date and time it occurs, and any information that appears with the kernel panic message.
You can check kernel panic logs for more information.
If you don't click anything for 60 seconds, OS X automatically continues as if you had clicked Open.
Note: If your computer is unable to recover from the issue, it may restart repeatedly, and then shut down.
Viewing the report may also provide additional clues as to what caused the issue.
Note: If you find the term "machine check" in the "Problem Details and System Configuration" field of this report, it may indicate a hardware-related issue.
If your computer experiences a kernel panic, a message may appear for a few seconds explaining that the computer has been restarted: "Your computer restarted because of a problem.