cbell@ubuntu-cloud:~$ euca-describe-images IMAGE eri-099C1159 image-store-1266350672/ramdisk.manifest.xml admin available public x86_64 ramdisk IMAGE emi-DED7106D image-store-1266350672/image.manifest.xml admin available public x86_64 machine IMAGE eki-F52D10EB image-store-1266350672/kernel.manifest.xml admin available public x86_64 kernel cbell@ubuntu-cloud:~$ euca-describe-volumes VOLUME vol-330A04B9 10 cloud9 in-use 2010-02-17T18:54:43.589Z ATTACHMENT vol-330A04B9 i-41EE0860 unknown,requested:/dev/sdb 2010-02-18T17:44:11.561Z VOLUME vol-32DC04A3 10 cloud9 in-use 2010-02-17T18:54:41.002Z ATTACHMENT vol-32DC04A3 i-4DDB09AC unknown,requested:/dev/sdb 2010-02-18T17:44:11.561Z cbell@ubuntu-cloud:~$ euca-describe-instances RESERVATION r-5C060A63 admin default INSTANCE i-41EE0860 emi-DED7106D 172.19.1.3 172.19.1.3 running mykey 0 c1.medium 2010-02-18T17:32:12.441Z cloud9 eki-F52D10EB eri-099C1159 RESERVATION r-4027075E admin default INSTANCE i-4DDB09AC emi-DED7106D 172.19.1.2 172.19.1.2 running mykey 0 c1.medium 2010-02-18T17:31:55.128Z cloud9 eki-F52D10EB eri-099C1159
To learn more about Ubuntu cloud systems and to install your own private cloud computing solutions, see the following links:
To install an Ubuntu cloud computing environment, you need at least two servers that have virtualization support and multiple core CPUs.
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