euca-describe-instance-attribute man page

euca-describe-instance-attribute ā€” Show one of an instance's attributes.

Synopsis

euca-describe-instance-attribute

(-b | --disable-api-termination | --ebs-optimized | -g | -p | --instance-initiated-shutdown-behavior | -t | --kernel | --ramdisk | --root-device-name | --source-dest-check | --user-data)

[--show-empty-fields] [-U URL] [--region USER@REGION] [-I KEY_ID] [-S KEY] [--security-token TOKEN] [--debug] [--debugger] [--version] [-h] INSTANCE

Description

Show one of an instance's attributes.

Description

Note that exactly one attribute may be shown at a time.

positional arguments

INSTANCE

ID of the instance to show info for (required)

optional arguments

-b, --block-device-mapping

show block device mappings

--disable-api-termination

show whether termination is disabled

--ebs-optimized

show whether the root volume is optimized for EBS I/O

-g, --group-id

show the security groups the instance belongs to

-p, --product-code

show any associated product codes

--instance-initiated-shutdown-behavior

show whether the instance stops or terminates when shut down

-t, --instance-type

show the instance's type

--kernel

show the ID of the kernel image associated with the instance

--ramdisk

show the ID of the ramdisk image associated with the instance

--root-device-name

show the name of the instance's root device (e.g. '/dev/sda1')

--source-dest-check

[VPC only] show whether source/destination checking is enabled for the instance

--user-data

show the instance's user-data

--show-empty-fields

show empty values as "(nil)"

-U URL, --url URL

compute service endpoint URL

--region USER@REGION

region and/or user names to search when looking up config file data

-I KEY_ID, --access-key-id KEY_ID

-S KEY, --secret-key KEY

--security-token TOKEN

--debug

show debugging output

--debugger

launch interactive debugger on error

--version

show the program's version and exit

-h, --help

show this help message and exit

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