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euscale-update-auto-scaling-group

Updates a new auto scaling group with the specified parameters. UNFINISHED DRAFT.

Syntax

euscale-update-auto-scaling-group
AutoScalingGroupName
--launch-configuration value
--max-size value
--min-size value
[--availability-zones value[,value… ]]
[--default-cooldown value ]
[--desired-capacity value ]
[--grace-period value ]
[--health-check-type value ]
[--tags value[,value,...]]
[--termination-policies value[,value,... ]]

Options

Option Description Required
AutoScalingGroupName The name of the auto scaling group. Yes
--launch-configuration value The name of the launch configuration to associate with this auto scaling group. Yes
--max-size value The maximum size of the auto scaling group. Yes
--min-size value The minimum size of the auto scaling group. Yes
--availability-zones value1,value2,value3... A list of availability zones for the auto scaling group. No
--default-cooldown value The amount of time, in seconds, after a scaling activity completes before any further trigger-related scaling activities can start. Yes
--desired-capacity value The number of instances that should be running in the auto scaling group. No
--grace-period value Length of time in seconds after a new Amazon EC2 instance comes into service that Auto Scaling starts checking its health. No
--health-check-type value The type of health check: instance or load balancer. No
--tags --value "key1=value1,key2=value2..." A comma-delimited list of tags for this auto scaling group. No
--termination-policies --value value1,value2,value3... A delimited list of termination policies for this auto scaling group. No

Common Options

Option Description
--show-empty-fields Show empty fields using (nil) as a placeholder to indicate that this data was not requested. Empty fields are not shown by default.
--region value Specify region value as the cloud region to use. You can set this by using the environment variable EC2_REGION.
-U,--url value Overrides the URL for the service call with the value entered. You can set this by using the environment variable AWS_CLOUDWATCH_URL.
-I, --access-key-id value User's access key ID
-S, --secret-key value User's AWS secret Key to use.
--debug Prints what the command sends to the server and what it receives from the server. Use when you're trying to debug Euca2ools.
--debugger Enable interactive debugger on error
--version Display the version of this tool
-h,--help Display the manual page for the command.

Output

This command returns TBD.

Examples

The follow example will do something interesting.
euscale-update-auto-scaling-group myscalinggroup
The following shows sample output for this command.
TBD