By using the vSphere Bitfusion plug-in and CLI commands, you can add, remove, configure, and monitor the vSphere Bitfusion servers in your cluster. How to install subsequent vSphere Bitfusion serversYou can add more servers to your vSphere Bitfusion cluster when you require more GPU resources. How to remove a vSphere Bitfusion serverTo perform troubleshooting or maintenance on a vSphere Bitfusion server, you must remove the server from the vSphere Bitfusion cluster. How to configure the network settings of a vSphere Bitfusion serverAfter you deploy a vSphere Bitfusion server, you can connect your vSphere Bitfusion server to multiple networks by adding, removing, and modifying network interfaces. How to change the settings of a vSphere Bitfusion serverYou can change server-specific settings from the vSphere Bitfusion Plug-in, such as allowing new client connections and entering a metrics interval. How to check the health of a vSphere Bitfusion serverYou can check the performance, stability, system resources, and software versions of a vSphere Bitfusion server by performing a health check. How to generate a support bundle from a vSphere Bitfusion serverSince vSphere Bitfusion 2.5, you can run a support script that gathers essential server information and creates a bundle of the server logs. These logs provide important information when troubleshooting a server. How to view service logs from a vSphere Bitfusion serverThe service logs can provide useful insights when troubleshooting a vSphere Bitfusion server. How to view GPU information for a vSphere Bitfusion serverYou can view GPU-related information, such as driver version, partition size, and available resources for your vSphere Bitfusion servers.