> [00:54:36] INFO> Shell Command: rhc member list --namespace newdomain --rhlogin user2 -p 'pass2' --insecure --server ec2-54-197-166-250.compute-1.amazonaws.com
> Login Role Type
> ----- ------------- ----
> user admin (owner) user
> user2 admin user
> [00:54:39] INFO> Exit Status: 0
> [00:54:39] INFO> Shell Command: rhc domain configure --no-allowed-gear-sizes --namespace newdomain --rhlogin user2 -p 'pass2' --insecure --server ec2-54-197-166-250.compute-1.amazonaws.com
> Updating domain configuration ... You are not permitted to perform this action (change_gear_sizes on domain)
I assume this has worked in the past because it's in the available test scenarios we have but can't say when. I also don't have a case ID. It just seemed strange an admin cannot change gear sizes of domain and I'm filing a bug.
This should not be a bug.
What can members do?
View – Read-only access to the domain and its applications.
Edit – Add, edit, control and delete applications in the domain, including SSH and Git access
Administer – Everything except change allowed gear sizes and the domain name.
You can get above info by visiting https://$broker/app/console/domain/$domain
The domain owner may limit the gear sizes available to applications by using the '--allowed-gear-sizes' option. If '--no-allowed-gear-sizes' is set, no applications can be created in the domain. Older servers may not support this
Thank you, the help in web UI suggest that is an intentional change. I'm closing the issue.