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ECLAT-LSISTAT(1)	     Eclat User	Reference	      ECLAT-LSISTAT(1)

NAME
       eclat-lsistat,  eclat-describe-instance-status -	describe status	of EC2
       instances

SYNOPSIS
       eclat lsistat
	[-ar] [--all] [--running] [FILTER...]

       eclat lsistat --help

DESCRIPTION
       Describes the status of selected	EC2 instances including	any  scheduled
       events.	This information includes:

       1.     Instance state

	      This  describes  the  current  state  of	the instance: running,
	      stopped, etc.

       2.     System status

	      The system status	refers to the functionality depending  on  the
	      systems  that support the	instance, such as the underlying hard-
	      ware, network devices, etc.

       3.     Instance status

	      The instance status describes those aspects of the functionality
	      that  depend  on the instance itself (e.g. on its	operating sys-
	      tem, the services	it runs, etc.)

OPTIONS
       -a, --all
	      Return the status	for all	instances.  This is the	default.

       -r, --running
	      Show only	running	instances.

FILTERS
       The following filters are defined:

       availability-zone=string
	      The Availability Zone of the instance.

       event.code=value
	      The code identifying the type of event.  Valid values  are:  in-
	      stance-reboot,  system-reboot,  system-maintenance, instance-re-
	      tirement.

       event.description=string
	      A	description of the event.

       event.not-after=date
	      The latest end time for the scheduled event.

       event.not-before=date
	      The earliest start time for the scheduled	event.

       instance-state-name=value
	      The state	of the instance.  The valid values are:	pending,  run-
	      ning, shutting-down, terminated, stopping, stopped.

	      Note that	unless value is	running	you have to use	the -a (--all)
	      option for this filter to	take effect.

       instance-state-code=code
	      A	code representing the state of	the  instance.	 Valid	values
	      are:

	      0	     pending

	      16     running

	      32     shutting-down

	      48     terminated

	      64     stopping

	      80     stopped

       Note  that  unless  code	is 0 you have to use the -a (--all) option for
       this filter to take effect.

       system-status.status=value
	      The system status	of the instance.  Valid	values	are:  ok,  im-
	      paired, initializing, insufficient-data, not-applicable.

       system-status.reachability=string
	      System  reachability  status, one	of: passed, failed, initializ-
	      ing, insufficient-data.

       instance-status.status=string
	      The status of the	instance.  One of: ok, impaired, initializing,
	      insufficient-data, not-applicable.

       instance-status.reachability=string
	      The  instance reachability status.  One of: passed, failed, ini-
	      tializing, insufficient-data.

OUTPUT
       Each instance is	described on a separate	line.  The  fields  are	 sepa-
       rated by	single TAB characters.	The fields displayed are (from left to
       right): instance	ID, region, and	instance state.	 If  the  instance  is
       running,	 system	and instance status are	also displayed.	 If any	events
       are reported, they are output on	the standard error.

EXAMPLE
       In the example below the	long lines are split for readability:

       $ eclat lsistat -a
       i-283f9f47 us-east-1d running impaired Sys.reachability=failed Inst.reachability=failed
       i-283f9f47     Event: "The instance is running on degraded hardware"
       i-d2e36dbd us-east-1d running ok	 Sys.reachability=passed   Inst.reachability=passed

SEE ALSO
       eclat(1), eclat-lsinst(1), eclat-lsiattr(1).

AUTHORS
       Sergey Poznyakoff

BUG REPORTS
       Report bugs to <bug-eclat@gnu.org.ua>.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2012-2015 Sergey Poznyakoff
       License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/li-
       censes/gpl.html>
       This  is	 free  software:  you  are free	to change and redistribute it.
       There is	NO WARRANTY, to	the extent permitted by	law.

ECLAT			       January 26, 2015		      ECLAT-LSISTAT(1)

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