On the Solaris 10 OS in versions that support Solaris brands, a non-global zone of brand native is a valid potential node of a resource-group node list. Use the naming convention nodename:zonename to specify a non-global zone to a Sun Cluster command.
The nodename is the name of the Solaris host.
The zonename is the name that you assign to the non-global zone when you create the zone on the voting node. The zone name must be unique on the node. However, you can use the same zone name on different voting nodes. The different node name in nodename:zonename makes the complete non-global zone name unique in the cluster.
To specify the global zone, you need to specify only the voting-node name.
For information about a cluster of non-global zones, see Zone Clusters.