||A compatibility issue with Requests 2.11 has been
||euca-bundle-vol now detects the type of partition
table of the disk the root filesystem resides on significantly more reliably.
||euca-describe-subnets now supports the cidr and cidrBlock filters.
These function identically to the cidr-block filter that already existed.
||euca-bundle-vol no longer fails due to UUID conflicts when used on XFS filesystems.
||euscale-describe-launch-configs now includes user-data in the detailed
output it displays when given the --show-long option.
||Specifying a user name using the AWS_DEFAULT_REGION environment variables can
break third party clients that do not recognize that syntax. To work around this,
use the new EUCA_DEFAULT_REGION environment variable instead. When specified, this
will take precedence over AWS_DEFAULT_REGION.
||euca-describe-instances now displays instance IDs as part of VPC network interface attachments
||euform-validate-template now outputs capability reasons correctly.
||euca-bundle-image no longer fails with an authorization error when
IAM policy prevents it from automatically retrieving cloud certificates.
This will not prevent euca-bundle-image from failing; to resolve the issue,
obtain an IAM policy that permits the euserv:DescribeServiceCertificates
operation or supply the cloud's certificate using the --ec2cert command line
option or the cert region option in euca2ools.ini.
||When run against Eucalyptus, euca-bundle-vol now automatically retrieves
cloud certificates in the same manner as euca-bundle-image.
||euca-describe-route-tables now prefers to display network interface IDs to instance
IDs when displaying routes that point to instances' network interfaces.
||euca-run-instances's --associate-public-ip-address option now works against default VPCs.
||euca-import-instance now sends user-data to the server correctly.
||euca-modify-instance-attribute can now delete instances' user-data.
||euare-accountlistpolicies -v no longer fails when using credentials originating
from euca2ools.ini files.
||euare-assumerole no longer generates invalid session names when run against AWS.