Ensure that the protection group you want to modify exists locally.
Log in to a cluster node.
You must be assigned the Geo Management RBAC rights profile to complete this procedure. For more information about RBAC, see Sun Cluster Geographic Edition Software and RBAC in Sun Cluster Geographic Edition System Administration Guide.
Modify the configuration of the protection group.
If the partner cluster contains a protection group of the same name, the geopg set-prop command also propagates the new configuration information to the partner cluster.
# geopg set-prop -p property[-p…] protectiongroupname
Specifies the properties of the protection group.
For more information about the properties you can set, see Appendix A, Standard Sun Cluster Geographic Edition Properties, in Sun Cluster Geographic Edition System Administration Guide.
Specifies the name of the protection group.
The geopg set-prop command revalidates the protection group with the new configuration information. If the validation is unsuccessful on the local cluster, the configuration of the protection group is not modified. Otherwise, the Configuration status is set to OK on the local cluster.
If the Configuration status is OK on the local cluster, but the validation is in unsuccessful on the partner cluster, the Configuration status is set to Error on the partner cluster.
For information about the names and values that are supported by Sun Cluster Geographic Edition software, see Appendix B, Legal Names and Values of Sun Cluster Geographic Edition Entities, in Sun Cluster Geographic Edition System Administration Guide.
For more information about the geopg command, refer to the geopg(1M) man page.
This example modifies the timeout property of the protection group that was created in Example 2–2.
# geopg set-prop -p Timeout=300 avspg