When the disk space size that you initially configured for your vSphere Bitfusion server is not sufficient after a period of time, the vSphere Bitfusion health check returns a marginal or fatal status.


A vSphere Bitfusion server might consume the entire disk space that you configured during the deployment process of the server. When the disk space is low or full, you might receive an error message for the diskspace health check. After you perform the following procedure to increase the disk space of your server, vSphere Bitfusion automatically adjusts the size of the file system.


  1. From the Hosts and Clusters view in vCenter Server, select the virtual machine (VM) of a vSphere Bitfusion server.
  2. Right-click the VM and select Power > Power Off.
  3. Right-click the VM and select Edit Settings.
  4. On the Virtual Hardware tab, increase the disk space size.
    1. In the Hard disk field, enter a new disk size in GB.
      The new value must be higher than the current value.
    2. Click OK.
    A Reconfigure virtual machine task is displayed in the Recent Tasks pane.
  5. Right-click the VM of your vSphere Bitfusion server and select Power > Power On.

What to do next

You can perform this procedure subsequently for all vSphere Bitfusion servers that do not have sufficient disk space. After you perform the procedure, check the health of your vSphere Bitfusion cluster and verify that the vSphere Bitfusion server has rejoined the cluster, before repeating the procedure on another vSphere Bitfusion server.