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       euca2ools - Eucalyptus tool:


       Starts instances.

       euca-run-instances  [-A, --access-key <access_key> ][-A, --secret-key

              <secret_key>  ][--config  <config_path> ][--debug][--debugger][-h, --help][--region
              <region_name>  ][-U,  --url  <url>  ][--version][--euca-auth][-n,   --instancecount
              <count>   ][-g,  --group  <group_name>  ][-k,  --key  <keyname>  ][-d,  --user-data
              <user_data>   ][--user-data-force    <user_data_force>    ][-f,    --user-data-file
              <user_data_file>  ][--addressing <addressing> ][-t, --instance-type <instance_type>
              ][--kernel   <kernel>   ][--ramdisk    <ramdisk>    ][-b,    --block-device-mapping
              <block_device_mapping> ][--monitor][-s, --subnet <subnet> ][-z, --availability-zone
              <zone> ] image_id


              ID of the image to run.


              User's Access Key ID.

              User's Secret Key.

              Read credentials and cloud settings from the specified  config  file  (defaults  to
              $HOME/.eucarc or /etc/euca2ools/eucarc).

              Turn on debugging output.

              Enable interactive debugger on error

              Display this help message.

              region to direct requests to

              URL of the Cloud to connect to.

              Display the version of this tool.

              Use NC authentication mode

              Number of instances to run.

              Security group to run the instance in.

              Name of a keypair.

              User data to pass to the instance.

              Just like --user-data, but ignore any checks.

              File containing user data to pass to the instance.


              VM Image type to run the instance as.

              ID of the kernel to be used.

              ID of the ramdisk to be used.

              Block device mapping for the instance(s).  Option may be used multiple times

              Enable monitoring for the instance.

              Amazon VPC subnet ID for the instance.

              availability zone to run the instance in