The clzonecluster utility creates, modifies, and removes a zone cluster. The clzonecluster utility actively manages a zone cluster. For example, the clzonecluster utility both boots and halts a zone cluster. Progress messages for the clzonecluster utility are output to the console, but are not saved in a log file.
The utility operates in the following levels of scope, similar to the zonecfg utility:
The cluster scope affects the entire zone cluster.
The node scope affects only the one zone-cluster node that is specified.
The resource scope affects either a specific node or the entire zone cluster, depending on which scope you enter the resource scope from. Most resources can only be entered from the node scope. The scope is identified by the following prompts:
clzc:zoneclustername:resource> cluster-wide setting clzc:zoneclustername:node:resource> node-specific setting
You can specify any Solaris zones resource parameter, as well as parameters that are specific to zone clusters, by using the clzonecluster utility. For information about parameters that you can set in a zone cluster, see the clzonecluster(1CL)man page. Additional information about Solaris zones resource parameters is in the zonecfg(1M) man page.