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       euscale-put-scaling-policy - Create or update an auto-scaling group's scaling policy


       euscale-put-scaling-policy          -g         ASGROUP         -a         SCALE         -t
       {ChangeInCapacity,ExactCapacity,PercentChangeInCapacity} [--cooldown SECONDS] [-s PERCENT]
       [--region  USER@REGION  |  -U URL] [-I KEY_ID] [-S KEY] [--debug] [--debugger] [--version]
       [-h] POLICY


       Create or update an auto-scaling group's scaling policy

   positional arguments:
       POLICY name of the policy to create or update (required)

   optional arguments:
       -g ASGROUP, --auto-scaling-group ASGROUP
              name of the auto-scaling group the policy is associated with (required)

       -a SCALE, --adjustment SCALE
              amount to scale the group's capacity of the group. Use  a  negative  value,  as  in
              "--adjustment=-1", to decrease capacity. (required)

       -t             {ChangeInCapacity,ExactCapacity,PercentChangeInCapacity},            --type
              whether the adjustment is the new desired size  or  an  increment  to  the  group's
              current  capacity.  An  increment  can  either be a fixed number or a percentage of
              current capacity. (required)

       --cooldown SECONDS
              waiting  period  after  successful  auto-scaling  activities  during  which   later
              auto-scaling activities will not execute

       -s PERCENT, --min-adjustment-step PERCENT
              for  a  PercentChangeInCapacity type policy, guarantee that this policy will change
              the group's desired capacity by at least this much

       --region USER@REGION
              name of the region and/or user in config files to use to connect to the service

       -U URL, --url URL
              auto-scaling service endpoint URL

       -I KEY_ID, --access-key-id KEY_ID

       -S KEY, --secret-key KEY

              show debugging output

              launch interactive debugger on error

              show the program's version and exit

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit