Add a Kernel

When you add a kernel to Walrus, you bundle the kernel file, upload the file to a bucket in Walrus that you name, and then register the kernel with Eucalyptus.

To add a kernel to Walrus:

Use the following three commands:
euca-bundle-image -i <kernel_file> --kernel true --arch <architecture>
euca-upload-bundle -b <kernel_bucket> -m /tmp/<kernel_file>.manifest.xml
euca-register <kernel_bucket>/<kernel_file>.manifest.xml -a x86_64 -n mynewkernel

For example:

euca-bundle-image -i euca-fedora-10-x86_64/xen-kernel/vmlinuz- --kernel true --arch x86_64
Generating manifest /tmp/vmlinuz-

euca-upload-bundle -b example_kernel_bucket -m /tmp/vmlinuz-
Uploaded image as example_kernel_bucket/vmlinuz-

euca-register example_kernel_bucket/vmlinuz- -a x86_64 -n mynewkernel

Where the returned value eki-XXXXXXXX is the unique ID of the registered kernel image.