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       VM::EC2::Volume::Status::Event - Object describing a scheduled volume maintenance event


        @status_items = $ec2->describe_volume_status();
        for my $i (@status_items) {
           for my $event ($i->events) {
              print $i->volume_id,': ',
                    $event->type,' ',
                    $event->description, ' ',
                    $event->notBefore, ' ',


       This objects describes a scheduled maintenance event on an volume, and is returned by
       calling the events() method of one of the status item objects returned by

       NOTE: There is an inconsistency in the AWS documentation for this data type. The events
       field is documented as being a list, but the examples shown show a single object. At
       release time, I was unable to verify which is correct and have written the code such that
       it will detect a single value in the response object and return this as a single-element


        eventType     -- The type of event

        eventId       -- The ID of the event

        description   -- A description of the event.

        notBefore     -- The earliest scheduled start time for the event.

        notAfter      -- The latest scheduled end time for the event.

        type          -- Alias for eventType

        id            -- Alias for eventId

       When used in a string context, this object interpolates as a string using the eventType.


       VM::EC2 VM::EC2::Generic VM::EC2::Volume VM::EC2::Volume::Status
       VM::EC2::Volume::StatusItem VM::EC2::Volume::Status::Details VM::EC2::Tag


       Lincoln Stein <>.

       Copyright (c) 2012 Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

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