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PROGRAM:

NAME


elb-create-lb-cookie-stickiness-policy - Create an LoadBalancer-generated stickiness
policy

SYNOPSIS


elb-create-lb-cookie-stickiness-policy
LoadBalancerName --policy-name value [--expiration-period value ]
[General Options]

DESCRIPTION


Create a new stickiness policy for a LoadBalancer, whereby the LoadBalancer
generates the cookie and inserts it into the request. The LoadBalancer will
then honor this cookie in routing decisions and route requests to the same
instance.

ARGUMENTS


LoadBalancerName
Name of the LoadBalancer. You can also set this value using "--lb".
Required.

SPECIFIC OPTIONS


-e, --expiration-period VALUE
Time in seconds for which the cookie is set to expire after its
generation.

-p, --policy-name VALUE
Name of the policy to enable. Required.

GENERAL OPTIONS


--aws-credential-file VALUE
Location of the file with your AWS credentials. This value can be set by
using the environment variable 'AWS_CREDENTIAL_FILE'.

-C, --ec2-cert-file-path VALUE
Location of the file with your EC2 X509 certificate. This value can be
set by using the environment variable 'EC2_CERT'.

--connection-timeout VALUE
Specify a connection timeout VALUE (in seconds). The default value is
'30'.

--delimiter VALUE
What delimiter to use when displaying delimited (long) results.

--headers
If you are displaying tabular or delimited results, it includes the
column headers. If you are showing xml results, it returns the HTTP
headers from the service request, if applicable. This is off by default.

-I, --access-key-id VALUE
Specify VALUE as the AWS Access Id to use.

-K, --ec2-private-key-file-path VALUE
Location of the file with your EC2 private key. This value can be set by
using the environment variable 'EC2_PRIVATE_KEY'.

--region VALUE
Specify region VALUE as the web service region to use. This value can be
set by using the environment variable 'EC2_REGION'.

-S, --secret-key VALUE
Specify VALUE as the AWS Secret Key to use.

--show-empty-fields
Show empty fields and rows, using a "(nil)" value. The default is to not
show empty fields or columns.

--show-request
Displays the URL the tools used to call the AWS Service. The default
value is 'false'.

--show-table, --show-long, --show-xml, --quiet
Specify how the results are displayed: tabular, delimited (long), xml, or
no output (quiet). Tabular shows a subset of the data in fixed
column-width form, while long shows all of the returned values delimited
by a character. The xml is the raw return from the service, while quiet
suppresses all standard output. The default is tabular, or 'show-table'.

-U, --url VALUE
This option will override the URL for the service call with VALUE. This
value can be set by using the environment variable 'AWS_ELB_URL'.

INPUT EXAMPLES


Create an LB-generated cookie stickiness policy named MyLoadBalancerPolicy
for LB example-lb, with a cookie that expires after 60 seconds $PROMPT>
elb-create-lb-cookie-stickiness-policy example-lb --policy-name MyLoadBalancerPolicy
--expiration-period 60

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