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euscale-create-auto-scaling-group - Create a new auto-scaling group


euscale-create-auto-scaling-group -l LAUNCHCONFIG -M COUNT -m COUNT [--default-cooldown
SECONDS] [--desired-capacity COUNT] [--grace-period SECONDS] [--health-check-type
{EC2,ELB}] [--load-balancers ELB1,ELB2,...] [--placement-group PLACEMENTGROUP] [--tag
"k=VALUE, id=VALUE, t=VALUE, v=VALUE, p={true,false}"] [--termination-policies
POLICY1,POLICY2,...] [--vpc-zone-identifier ZONE1,ZONE2,...] [-z ZONE1,ZONE2,...]
[--region USER@REGION | -U URL] [-I KEY_ID] [-S KEY] [--debug] [--debugger] [--version]


Create a new auto-scaling group

positional arguments:
name of the new auto-scaling group (required)

optional arguments:
-l LAUNCHCONFIG, --launch-configuration LAUNCHCONFIG
name of the launch configuration to use with the new group (required)

-M COUNT, --max-size COUNT
maximum group size (required)

-m COUNT, --min-size COUNT
minimum group size (required)

--default-cooldown SECONDS
amount of time, in seconds, after a scaling activity completes before any further
trigger-related scaling activities may start

--desired-capacity COUNT
number of running instances the group should contain

--grace-period SECONDS
number of seconds to wait before starting health checks on newly-created instances

--health-check-type {EC2,ELB}
service to obtain health check status from

--load-balancers ELB1,ELB2,...
comma-separated list of load balancers to use

--placement-group PLACEMENTGROUP
placement group in which to launch new instances

--tag "k=VALUE, id=VALUE, t=VALUE, v=VALUE, p={true,false}"
attributes of a tag to affect. Tags follow the following format: "id=resource-name,
t=resource-type, k=tag-key, v=tag-val, p=propagate-at-launch-flag", where k is the
tag's name, v is the tag's value, id is a resource ID, t is a resource type, and p
is whether to propagate tags to instances created by the group. A value for 'k=' is
required for each tag. The rest are optional. This argument may be used more than
once. Each time affects a different tag.

--termination-policies POLICY1,POLICY2,...
ordered list of termination policies. The first has the highest precedence.

--vpc-zone-identifier ZONE1,ZONE2,...
comma-separated list of subnet identifiers. If you specify availability zones as
well, ensure the subnets' availability zones match the ones you specified

-z ZONE1,ZONE2,..., --availability-zones ZONE1,ZONE2,...
comma-separated list of availability zones for the new group (required unless
subnets are supplied)

--region USER@REGION
name of the region and/or user in config files to use to connect to the service

-U URL, --url URL
auto-scaling service endpoint URL

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

-S KEY, --secret-key KEY

show debugging output

launch interactive debugger on error

show the program's version and exit

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

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