You can check the performance, stability, system resources, and software versions of a vSphere Bitfusion server by performing a health check.

You can check the health status of a selected vSphere Bitfusion server and if needed, perform troubleshooting. The health check examines the performance, stability, system resources, and software versions of a selected vSphere Bitfusion server and the server's surrounding vCenter Server environment. Each health check can return a pass, marginal, or fatal status.

For example, the health check verifies that all nodes are running, that there is enough free space, and that the connection to vCenter Server is working. To view the list of all available health checks, see List of Health Checks in vSphere Bitfusion.

By deactivating a health check in the following procedure, you change the health check settings for the specific vSphere Bitfusion server only. А deactivated health check is still performed in the background, but the status of the check is not changing the overall health status of the server that is displayed on the Servers tab. You can change the global health check settings for all vSphere Bitfusion servers on the Settings > Global Health Check Defaults tab.

Procedure

  1. In the vSphere Client, select Menu > Bitfusion.
  2. On the Servers tab, select a server from the list.
  3. From the Actions drop-down menu, select Health.
    The Health logs dialog box appears and the results of the health checks are displayed. You see the status, type, name, and details of the check.
  4. (Optional) To deactivate a specific health check, click the toggle button.
  5. Click Save and Exit.

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