kirby

Cloud control command line app for AWS

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Kirby

Cloud control command-line tool for AWS.

It is available through npm

npm install -g kirby

Usage

Kirby allows you to easily launch and list named ec2 instances. Key features include tab-completion and making launched instances automatically inherit the configuration of an instance with the same name.

Identifying instances

In general all commands accept a name, instance-id, hostname or private hostname to identify an instance. If the instance name contains + it will be treated as an array of different names, i.e. name=foo+bar means that both foo and bar will match that instance.

kirby list i-134245        # matches instance-id=i-134245
kirby list ec2-42-54-25... # matches hostname=ec2-42-54-25...
kirby list ip-24-24-13...  # matches private-hostname=ip-24-24-13...
kirby list foo             # matches name=foo or name=foo+bar
kirby list bar             # matches name=bar or name=foo+bar
kirby list foo+bar         # matches name=foo+bar or name=bar+foo

Help

Run kirby to see a full list of commands and options

Usage: kirby [command] [name-or-id?]

The available commands are
  completion  Setup rich tabcompletion.
              Remember to source the completion or restart your terminal after setting up.
                --save,-s to save it to your $BASH_COMPLETION_DIR (install globally)

  launch      Launch a new instance with the given name.
              The defaults for the options below are configured based on instances with
              the same name.
                --ami,-i [image] to set the ami
                --key-name,-k [key-pair-name] to set the key-pair used for ssh
                --instance-type,-t [instance-type] to set the instance type
                --security-group,-g [security-group-name] to set the security group
                --availability-zone,-z [zone] to specify which availabilty zone to launch in
                --user-data,-u [filename] to specify user-data. If user-data starts with #!
                  aws will treat it as a launch script
                --user-data,-u to specify user-data interactively
                --iam-role,-r [role-name] to set a iam instance profile role
                --load-balancer [elb-name] to register instance with elb.
                --defaults,-d [instance-id] to set default values for options based
                  on another instance. if omitted the latest instance with the same
                  name will be used
                --no-defaults to disable defaults selection

  terminate   Terminate a running instance with the given name or instance id.

  exec        Execute a command on all instances with the given name.
              Expects a script from --script [file] or --command [commands] to be used.
                --command,-c [commands] to specify the command to execute inline
                --script,-s [script] to specify a script file to run
                --script,-s to specify the script interactively
                --user,-u [username] to set the user. Defaults to ubuntu
                --key,-k [path-to-private-key] to specify a private key to use for auth
                --user-data to execute the instances user-data. See launch for more info
                --one to only execute on the latest launched instance

  login       Login to a single instance with the given name using ssh.
              Will prompt for the instance to login to if there are more than one.
                --key,-k [path-to-private-key] to specify a private key to use for auth
                --user,-u [username] to set the user. Defaults to ubuntu
                --one to login to the latest launched instance

  list        List all instances with the given name.
                --one to only show the latest launched instance
                --running to only show running instances

  user-data   Show the latest used user-data for the given name.

  profile     List and manage profiles. Use kirby profile [new-name] to add a new one.
              Per default the profile name default is used and all profiles are shared with
              the aws cli tools.
                --aws-access-key,-a [access-key] to specify the AWS access key to use
                --aws-secret-key,-s [secret-key] to specify the AWS secret key to use
                --region,-r [region-name] to set the used AWS region.
                --iam-role to specify that this profile is using an iam role

All commands accept --profile,-p [profile-name] to set the used profile to something
other than default.

Running 'kirby --help' will print this message.

License

MIT

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