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EUCA-UNBUNDLE-STREAM(1)		 User Commands	       EUCA-UNBUNDLE-STREAM(1)

NAME
       euca-unbundle-stream  - Recreate	an image solely	from its combined bun-
       dled parts without using	a manifest

SYNOPSIS
       euca-unbundle-stream [-i	FILE] [-o FILE]	--enc-key HEX --enc-iv HEX

       [--image-size BYTES] [--sha1-digest HEX]
	      [--progress | --no-progress]  [--region  USER@REGION]  [--debug]
	      [--debugger] [--version] [-h]

DESCRIPTION
       Recreate	 an image solely from its combined bundled parts without using
       a manifest

DESCRIPTION
       Usually one would want to use euca-unbundle instead.

   optional arguments:
       -i FILE
	      file to read the bundle from (default: stdin)

       -o FILE
	      file to write the	unbundled image	to (default: stdout)

       --enc-key HEX
	      the symmetric key	used to	encrypt	the bundle (required)

       --enc-iv	HEX
	      the initialization vector	used to	encrypt	the bundle (required)

       --image-size BYTES
	      verify the unbundled image is a certain size

       --sha1-digest HEX
	      verify the image's contents against a SHA1 digest	from its mani-
	      fest file

       --progress
	      show progress (the default when run interactively)

       --no-progress
	      do not show progress (the	default	when run noninteractively)

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

       --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-UNBUNDLE-STREAM(1)

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