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EUCA-CREATE-IMAGE(1)		 User Commands		  EUCA-CREATE-IMAGE(1)

NAME
       euca-create-image  -  Create an EBS image from a	running	or stopped EBS
       instance

SYNOPSIS
       euca-create-image -n NAME [-d DESC] [--no-reboot] [-b DEVICE=MAPPED]

       [--show-empty-fields] [-U URL] [--region	USER@REGION]
	      [-I KEY_ID] [-S KEY] [--security-token TOKEN]  [--debug]	[--de-
	      bugger] [--version] [-h] INSTANCE

DESCRIPTION
       Create an EBS image from	a running or stopped EBS instance

   positional arguments:
       INSTANCE
	      instance from which to create the	image (required)

   optional arguments:
       -n NAME,	--name NAME
	      name for the new image (required)

       -d DESC,	--description DESC
	      description for the new image

       --no-reboot
	      do  not  shut down the instance before creating the image. Image
	      integrity	may be affected.

       -b DEVICE=MAPPED, --block-device-mapping	DEVICE=MAPPED
	      define a block device mapping for	the image,  in	the  form  DE-
	      VICE=MAPPED,  where  "MAPPED"  is	 "none",  "ephemeral(0-3)", or
	      "[SNAP_ID]:[GiB]:[true|false]:[st	andard|VOLTYPE[:IOPS]]"

       --show-empty-fields
	      show empty values	as "(nil)"

       -U URL, --url URL
	      compute service endpoint URL

       --region	USER@REGION
	      region and/or user names to search when looking up  config  file
	      data

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

       -S KEY, --secret-key KEY

       --security-token	TOKEN

       --debug
	      show debugging output

       --debugger
	      launch interactive debugger on error

       --version
	      show the program's version and exit

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

euca2ools 3.3.0			 October 2015		  EUCA-CREATE-IMAGE(1)

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