When you grant authorization to users other than the root role, you must do so on all nodes of both partner clusters. If the cluster is in a site, the update must be done on all nodes of all clusters in the site. Otherwise, operations that have a global scope might fail, due to insufficient user rights on one or more nodes in the partnership or site.
To modify the rights for a user, you must be logged in as the root role or assume a role that is assigned the System Administrator rights profile.
For example, you can assign the Geo Management rights profile to the user admin as follows:
# usermod -P "Geo Management" admin # profiles admin Geo Management Basic Solaris User #
For more information about how to modify the rights properties for a user, refer to Chapter 2, Oracle Solaris Cluster and User Rights in Administering an Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.4 Configuration.