Provided by: cloud-image-utils_0.27-0ubuntu9_all bug


       cloud-publish-tarball - publish a cloud archive


       cloud-publish-tarball [OPTIONS] TARFILE BUCKET [ARCH]


       -k | --kernel k
              Use previously registered kernel with id 'k' specify 'none' for no kernel

       -K | --kernel-file f
              Bundle, upload, use file 'f' as kernel

       -q | --quiet
              Be quiet, only output produced image ids

       -r | --ramdisk r
              Use previously registered ramdisk with id 'r' specify 'none' for no ramdisk

       -R | --ramdisk-file f
              Bundle, upload, use file 'f' as ramdisk

       --rename-image i
              rename the image file before publishing (publish to <bucket>/i)

       --rename-kernel k
              rename the kernel file before publishing (publish to <bucket>/k)

       --rename-ramdisk r
              rename the ramdisk file before publishing (publish to <bucket>/r)

       --save-downloaded d
              save the download image to directory 'd' (applicable only if TARBALL is an URL)


              Target archive.  This may be a URL.

       BUCKET Target bucket

       ARCH   Image architecture; if is not provided, a name-based attempt is made to guess


       Behavior of this program can be modified by environment variables as described below:

       EC2PRE Underlying  tools will be invoked using this prefix.  The default is 'euca-', which
              results in using tools like 'euca-register' and 'euca-bundle-image'.   To  use  the
              ec2-api-tools or ec2-ami-tools, set EC2PRE='ec2-'


       Register a Ubuntu Cloud image tarball per


         cloud-publish-tarball lucid-cloud-i386.tar.gz my-lucid-bucket i386


       This  manpage  was  written by Dustin Kirkland <> for Ubuntu systems
       (but may be used by others).  Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this
       document  under  the  terms  of the GNU General Public License, Version 3 published by the
       Free Software Foundation.

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