Updating resource pool permissions

Use this procedure to identify and change the permissions associated with one or more resource pools. During the upgrade to version 1.3.3, existing resource pools are assigned both administrative and DFS permissions.

In this release, the command that displays information about pools uses integer values for the Permissions field. The following list associates the values with the permissions they represent:

  • 1, administrative permission
  • 2, DFS access permission
  • 3, both administrative and DFS access permissions
  1. Log in to the master host as a user with serviced CLI privileges.
  2. Display the list of resource pools and their permissions.
    serviced pool list -v | grep -E 'ID|Permissions'
    Example result:
    "ID": "default",
    "Permissions": 3,
    "ID": "master",
    "Permissions": 3,

    In the preceding example, the default and master resource pools have administrative permission and DFS access permission.

  3. Optional: Remove DFS access permission from a pool.
    If you intend to remove both DFS access and administrative access permissions from a resource pool, you must remove DFS access permissions first.
    Replace Pool-Name with the name of a resource pool from the previous step:
    serviced pool set-permission --dfs=false Pool-Name
  4. Optional: Remove administrative permission from a pool.
    If you intend to remove both DFS access and administrative access permissions from a resource pool, you must remove DFS access permissions first.
    Replace Pool-Name with the name of a resource pool from a previous step:
    serviced pool set-permission --admin=false Pool-Name