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       VM::EC2::Volume::StatusItem - Object describing a volume status event


        @status_items = $ec2->describe_volume_status();
        for my $i (@status_items) {
           print $i->volume_id,': ',$i->status,"\n";
           if (my $e = $i->events) {
              print $i->volume_id,' event = ',$e;


       This object represents an volume status returned by $ec2->describe_volume_status().


       These object methods are supported:

        volumeId             -- The ID of the affected volume.
        volume               -- The VM::EC2::Volume object corresponding to the volume_id.

        availability_zone    -- The availability zone of this volume.

        volumeStatus         -- A VM::EC2::Volume::Status object indicating the status of the volume.
        status               -- Shorter version of the above.

        actionsSet           -- The list of actions that you might wish to take
                                   in response to this status, represented as
                                   VM::EC2::Volume::Status::Action objects.
        actions              -- Shorter version of the above.

        eventsSet            -- A list of VM::EC2::Volume::Status::Event objects
                                  which provide information about the nature and time
                                  of the event.
        events               -- Shorter version of the above.

       NOTE: There are a number of inconsistencies in the AWS documentation for this data type.
       The event and action fields are described as being named eventSet and actionSet, but the
       XML example and practical experience show the fields being named eventsSet and actionsSet.
       The volumeStatus is documented as being a list, but practice shows that it is a single
       value only.


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       Lincoln Stein <>.

       Copyright (c) 2012 Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

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