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cloud-init - Cloud instance initialization
cloud-init [-h] [-d] [-f FILES] [--force] [-v] [SUBCOMMAND]
Cloud-init provides a mechanism for cloud instance initialization. This is done by identifying the cloud platform that is in use, reading provided cloud metadata and optional vendor and user data, and then initializing the instance as requested. Generally, this command is not normally meant to be run directly by the user. However, some subcommands may useful for development or debug of deployments.
-h, --help Show help message and exit. -d, --debug Show additional pre-action logging (default: False). -f <files>, --files <files> Use additional YAML configuration files. --force Force running even if no datasource is found (use at your own risk). -v, --version Show program's version number and exit.
Please see the help output for each subcommand for additional details, flags, and subcommands. analyze Analyze cloud-init logs and data. collect-logs Collect and tar all cloud-init debug info. clean Remove logs and artifacts so cloud-init can re-run. devel Run development tools. See help output for subcommand details. dhclient-hook Run the dhclient hook to record network info. features List defined features. init Initialize cloud-init and execute initial modules. modules Activate modules using a given configuration key. query Query standardized instance metadata from the command line. schema Validate cloud-config files using jsonschema. single Run a single module. status Report cloud-init status or wait on completion.
Copyright (C) 2020 Canonical Ltd. License GPL-3 or Apache-2.0
Full documentation at: <https://cloudinit.readthedocs.io> CLOUD-INIT(1)