To see resource use by your cloud users, Eucalyptus provides the
following commands with the -verbose flag.
- euca-describe-groups verbose: Returns
information about security groups in your account, including
output type identifier, security group ID, security group name,
security group description, output type identifier, account ID
of the group owner, name of group granting permission, type of
rule, protocol to allow, start of port range, end of port range,
source (for ingress rules) or destination (for egress rules),
and any tags assigned to the security group.
- euca-describe-instances verbose: Returns
information about your instances, including output type
identifier, reservation ID, name of each security group the
instance is in, output type identifier, instance ID for each
running instance, EMI ID of the image on which the instance is
based, public DNS name associated with the instance (for
instances in the running state), private DNS name associated
with the instance (for instances in running state), instance
state, key name, launch index, instance type, launch time,
availability zone, kernel ID, ramdisk ID, monitoring state,
public IP address, private IP address, type of root device (ebs
or instance-store), placement group the cluster instance is in,
virtualization type (paravirtual or hvm), any tags assigned to
the instance, hypervisor type, block device identifier for each
EBS volume the instance is using, along with the device name,
the volume ID, and the timestamp.
- euca-describe-keypairs verbose: Returns
information about key pairs available to you, including keypair
identifier, keypair name, and private key fingerprint.
- euca-describe-snapshots verbose: Returns
information about EBS snapshots available to you, including
snapshot identifier, ID of the snapshot, ID of the volume,
snapshot state (pending, completed, error), timestamp when
snapshot initiated, percentage of completion, ID of the owner,
volume sized, description, and any tags assigned to the
- euca-describe-volumes verbose: Describes your
EBS volumes, including volume identifier, volume ID, size of the
volume in GiBs, snapshot from which the volume was created,
availability zone, volume state (creating, available, in-use,
deleting, deleted, error), timestamp of the volume creation, and
any tags assigned to the volume.