||Eclat User Reference
eclat-lsistat, eclat-describe-instance-status - describe status of EC2 instances
[-ar] [--all] [--running] [FILTER...]
eclat lsistat --help
Describes the status of selected EC2 instances including any scheduled events.
This information includes:
- Instance state
This describes the current state of the instance:
running, stopped, etc.
- System status
The system status refers to the functionality depending on the
systems that support the instance, such as the underlying hardware,
network devices, etc.
- Instance status
The instance status describes those aspects of the
functionality that depend on the instance itself (e.g. on its operating
system, the services it runs, etc.)
The following filters are defined:
- -a, --all
- Return the status for all instances. This is the default.
- -r, --running
- Show only running instances.
- The Availability Zone of the instance.
- The code identifying the type of event. Valid values are:
instance-reboot, system-reboot, system-maintenance,
- A description of the event.
- The latest end time for the scheduled event.
- The earliest start time for the scheduled event.
- The state of the instance. The valid values are: pending,
running, shutting-down, terminated, stopping,
Note that unless value is running you have to
use the -a (--all) option for this filter to take
- A code representing the state of the instance. Valid values are:
Note that unless code is 0 you have to use the
-a (--all) option for this filter to take effect.
Each instance is described on a separate line. The fields are separated by
single TAB characters. The fields displayed are (from left to right):
instance ID, region, and instance state. If the instance is running, system
and instance status are also displayed. If any events are reported, they are
output on the standard error.
In the example below the long lines are split for readability:
- The system status of the instance. Valid values are: ok,
impaired, initializing, insufficient-data,
- System reachability status, one of: passed, failed,
- The status of the instance. One of: ok, impaired,
initializing, insufficient-data, not-applicable.
- The instance reachability status. One of: passed, failed,
$ eclat lsistat -a
i-283f9f47 us-east-1d running impaired Sys.reachability=failed Inst.reachability=failed
i-283f9f47 Event: "The instance is running on degraded hardware"
i-d2e36dbd us-east-1d running ok Sys.reachability=passed Inst.reachability=passed
eclat(1), eclat-lsinst(1), eclat-lsiattr(1).
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