ECLAT-LSIMG

NAME

eclat-lsimg, eclat-describe-images − describe available Amazon images

SYNOPSIS

eclat lsimg [−a] [−u ID] [−x ID] [−−owner=ID] [−−executable−by=ID] [FILTER...] [AMI...]

eclat lsimg −−help

DESCRIPTION

This command lists available Amazon images.

The list of returned images can be abridged using command line options, filters and arguments.

Filters are any arguments that have the key=value structure. When filters are supplied, only those images that match them are returned. Multiple filters are joined using logical AND. Multiple values separated by commas can be specified for a given key, in which case a logical OR is implied. See the section FILTERS below for a list of available filters.

Any command line argument that is not an option or filter is treated as image ID (or image name, if ID mapping is enabled) to return. Any number of IDs can be specified. If ID mapping is enabled (see the section MAPS in eclat(1)), this command uses the ImageId map to translate image names to the corresponding identifiers.

Image IDs, filters and options can be used in conjunction.

OPTIONS

−u, −−owner ID

Filters the images owned by the specified owner. The argument is either the ID of the owner, or one of the following reserved words:

self

Returns the images you own.

amazon

Returns the public Amazon images.

all

Returns all available images.

aws−marketplace

Returns images from the AWS marketplace.

−x, −−executable−by=ID

Returns AMIs for which the specified user ID has explicit launch permissions. The ID is either an AWS user ID or one of the following reserved words:

self

Returns the images which you can launch.

all

Returns all images.

FILTERS

architecture=i386 | x86_64

Selects images by architecture.

block−device−mapping.delete−on−termination=BOOL

Selects images based on whether their Amazon EBS volume is deleted on instance termination.

block−device−mapping.device−name=NAME

The device name for the volume.

block−device−mapping.snapshot−id=ID

The ID of the snapshot used for the volume.

block−device−mapping.volume−size=NUMBER

The volume size in GB.

block−device−mapping.volume−type=standard | io1

The type of the volume.

description=STRING

The textual description of the AMI.

image−id=ID

The ID of the image.

image−type=machine | kernel | ramdisk

The type of the image.

is−public=BOOL

Whether the image is public.

kernel−id=STRING

The kernel ID.

manifest−location=STRING

The location of the AMI manifest.

name=STRING

The name of the AMI.

owner−alias=STRING

The account alias.

owner−id=STRING

The ID of the image owner.

platform=windows

Selects Windows-based AMIs.

product−code=STRING
product−code.type
=devpay | marketplace
ramdisk−id
=STRING

The RAM disk ID.

root−device−name=STRING

The name of the root volume.

root−device−type=ebs | instance−store

The name of the root device volume.

state=available | pending | failed

State of the AMI.

state−reason−code=STRING

The reason code of the latest state change.

state−reason−message=STRING

Message describing the reason of the latest state change.

tag−key=STRING

The key of a tag assigned to the resource, regardless of its value. Note, that this filter works independently of the tag−value filter, i.e. tag−key=foo tag−value=bar will return all images that have the tag foo defined and all images that have bar as a value of any of their tags. To request the image that has the tag foo set to the value bar see the tag:KEY filter below.

tag−value=STRING

The value of a tag assigned to the resource, regardless of the tag’s key. See the comment above.

tag:KEY=VAL

Selects images having the specified tag KEY set to the value VAL. For example:

tag:Name="db server"

virtualization−type=paravirtual | hvm
hypervisor
=ovm | xen

OUTPUT

EXAMPLE

SEE ALSO

eclat(1), eclat−mkimg(1), eclat−deimg(1).

AUTHORS

Sergey Poznyakoff

BUG REPORTS

Report bugs to <bug−eclat@gnu.org.ua>.

COPYRIGHT

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