Insure that you are on the node where your enabled your resource group.
Enter the target zone
# zlogin sps-zone
Become superuser or assume a role that provides solaris.cluster.modify and solaris.cluster.admin RBAC authorizations.
Create user and group if required — If theN1 Grid Service Provisioning System is to run under a non root user, you have to create the appropriate user, and the appropriate group. For these tasks use the following commands on every node.
# groupadd —g 1000 sps # useradd —u 1000 —g 1000 —d /global/sps —s /bin/ksh sps
Install the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System components — Install the appropriate N1 Grid Service Provisioning System components on one node. Use a shared file system within Sun Cluster for the installation location.
It is recommended that you install N1 Grid Service Provisioning System onto shared disks. For a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of installing the software on a local versus a cluster file system, see “Determining the Location of the Application Binaries” in the Sun Cluster Data Services Installation and Configuration Guide. In respect to the fact that the root file system of a failover zone is installed on shared storage, any directory of the root file system is sufficient.
Refer to the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System product documentation on http://docs.sun.com for instructions about installing N1 Grid Service Provisioning System. For more information about N1 Grid Service Provisioning System, refer to the docs.sun.com web page.
You installed the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System in a failover zone zone on shared storage, so installing the software on one node is sufficient.