Attempts to change the state of an instance of a service.
Note: The euserv-modify-service command replaces the deprecated euca-modify-service command.


euserv-modify-service -s STATE [-U URL] [--region USER@REGION]

   [-I KEY_ID] [-S KEY] [--security-token TOKEN]
   [--debug] [--debugger] [--version] [-h] SVCINSTANCE

Positional Arguments

Argument Description
SVCINSTANCE The name of the service instance to modify.


Option Description Required
-s, --state state The state to change to. Yes

Common Options

Option Description
--show-empty-fields Show empty fields as "(nil)".
--region user@region Region and/or user name to search when looking up config file data. Only valid for EC2 endpoints.
-U,--url url URL of the cloud service to connect to. For administrative commands, this should be <ip_address>:8773/services/Empyrean.
-I,--access-key-id key_id User's access key ID.
-S,--secret-key secret_key User's secret key.
--security-token token User's security token.
--debug Prints what the command sends to the server and what it receives from the server. Use when you're trying to debug Euca2ools.
--debugger Enable interactive debugger on error.
-h,--help Display the manual page for the command.
--version Display the version of this tool.


No output is given. You can run the euserv-describe-services command to verify that the modification completed successfully, as shown in the example following.


To modify the state of a storage controller service named "two-sc-1" to stopped:

euserv-modify-service -s stopped two-sc-1
euserv-describe-services two-sc-1
SERVICE  storage  two  two-sc-1  stopped