EUCA-BUNDLE-IMAGE

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: August 2013
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NAME

euca-bundle-image - Prepare an image for uploading to a cloud  

SYNOPSIS

euca-bundle-image -i FILE [-p PREFIX] -r {i386,x86_64,armhf} [-c FILE] [-k FILE] [-u ACCOUNT] [--region USER@REGION] [--ec2cert FILE] [--kernel IMAGE] [--ramdisk IMAGE] [-B VIRTUAL1=DEVICE1,VIRTUAL2=DEVICE2,...] [-d DIR] [--productcodes CODE1,CODE2,...] [--progress | --no-progress] [--debug] [--debugger] [--version] [-h]  

DESCRIPTION

Prepare an image for uploading to a cloud  

optional arguments:

-i FILE, --image FILE
file containing the image to bundle (required)
-p PREFIX, --prefix PREFIX
the file name prefix to give the bundle's files (default: the image's file name)
-r {i386,x86_64,armhf}, --arch {i386,x86_64,armhf}
the image's processor architecture (required)
-c FILE, --cert FILE
file containing your X.509 certificate.
-k FILE, --privatekey FILE
file containing the private key to sign the bundle's manifest with. This private key will also be required to unbundle the image in the future.
-u ACCOUNT, --user ACCOUNT
your account ID
--region USER@REGION
use encryption keys and the account ID specified for a user and/or region in configuration files
--ec2cert FILE
file containing the cloud's X.509 certificate
--kernel IMAGE
ID of the kernel image to associate with the machine bundle
--ramdisk IMAGE
ID of the ramdisk image to associate with the machine bundle
-B VIRTUAL1=DEVICE1,VIRTUAL2=DEVICE2,..., --block-device-mappings VIRTUAL1=DEVICE1,VIRTUAL2=DEVICE2,...
default block device mapping scheme with which to launch instances of this machine image
-d DIR, --destination DIR
location to place the bundle's files (default: dir named by TMPDIR, TEMP, or TMP environment variables, or otherwise /var/tmp)
--productcodes CODE1,CODE2,...
comma-separated list of product codes
--progress
show progress (the default when run interactively)
--no-progress
do not show progress (the default when run noninteractively)
--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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