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NAME

       euca2ools - Eucalyptus tool:

DESCRIPTION

       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

       REQUIRED PARAMETERS

       image_id
              ID of the image to run.

       OPTIONAL PARAMETERS

       -A,--access-key
              User's Access Key ID.

       -A,--secret-key
              User's Secret Key.

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

       --debug
              Turn on debugging output.

       --debugger
              Enable interactive debugger on error

       -h,--help
              Display this help message.

       --region
              region to direct requests to

       -U,--url
              URL of the Cloud to connect to.

       --version
              Display the version of this tool.

       --euca-auth
              Use NC authentication mode

       -n,--instance-count
              Number of instances to run.

       -g,--group
              Security group to run the instance in.

       -k,--key
              Name of a keypair.

       -d,--user-data
              User data to pass to the instance.

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

       -f,--user-data-file
              File containing user data to pass to the instance.

       --addressing
              Deprecated.

       -t,--instance-type
              VM Image type to run the instance as.

       --kernel
              ID of the kernel to be used.

       --ramdisk
              ID of the ramdisk to be used.

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

       --monitor
              Enable monitoring for the instance.

       -s,--subnet
              Amazon VPC subnet ID for the instance.

       -z,--availability-zone
              availability zone to run the instance in