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Manual Reference Pages  -  GCLOUD_COMPUTE_INSTANCES (1)

NAME

gcloud compute instances - read and manipulate Google Compute Engine virtual machine instances

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS


gcloud compute instances COMMAND [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]

DESCRIPTION

Read and manipulate Google Compute Engine virtual machine instances.

GLOBAL FLAGS

Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.

COMMANDS

COMMAND is one of the following:

add-access-config

Create a Google Compute Engine virtual machine access configuration.

add-metadata
Add or update instance metadata.

add-tags
Add tags to Google Compute Engine virtual machine instances.

attach-disk
Attach a disk to an instance.

create
Create Google Compute Engine virtual machine instances.

delete
Delete Google Compute Engine virtual machine instances.

delete-access-config
Delete an access configuration from a virtual machine network interface.

describe
Describe a virtual machine instance.

detach-disk
Detach disks from Compute Engine virtual machine instances.

get-serial-port-output
Read output from a virtual machine instance’s serial port.

list
List Google Compute Engine instances.

move
Move an instance between zones.

remove-metadata
Remove instance metadata.

remove-tags
Remove tags from Google Compute Engine virtual machine instances.

reset
Reset a virtual machine instance.

set-disk-auto-delete
Set auto-delete behavior for disks.

set-scheduling
Set scheduling options for Google Compute Engine virtual machines.

start
Start a stopped virtual machine instance.

stop
Stop a virtual machine instance.
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