A class representing a machine image.
- image_id (required)
The image_id you you are describing the image attributes of.
- image_location (required)
Path to the AMI itself
- image_state (required)
Current state of the AMI. If the operation returns available, the image is successfully registered and available for launching If the operation returns deregistered, the image is deregistered and no longer available for launching.
- image_owner_id (required)
AWS access key id of the owner of the image.
- is_public (required)
This is true if the AMI can be launched by anyone (has public launch permissions) or false if its only able to be run by the owner of the AMI.
- product_codes (optional)
An array ref of Net::Amazon::EC2::ProductCode objects (if any) associated with this AMI.
- architecture (optional)
The AMI architecture (i386 or x86_64).
- image_type (optional)
The type of AMI this is. Valid values are:
- kernel_id (optional)
The kernel id associated with this AMI (if any). This is only defined for machine type AMIs.
- ramdisk_id (optional)
The ramdisk id associated with this AMI (if any). This is only defined for machine type AMIs.
- platform (optional)
The operating system of the instance.
- state_reason (optional)
A Net::Amazon::EC2::StateReason object representing the stage change.
- image_owner_alias (optional)
The AWS account alias (e.g., "amazon", "redhat", "self", etc.) or AWS account ID that owns the AMI.
- name (optional)
The name of the AMI that was provided during image creation.
- description (optional)
The description of the AMI that was provided during image creation.
- root_device_type (optional)
The root device type used by the AMI. The AMI can use an Amazon EBS or instance store root device.
- root_device_name (optional)
The root device name (e.g., /dev/sda1).
- block_device_mapping (optional)
An array ref of Net::Amazon::EC2::BlockDeviceMapping objects.
Jeff Kim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (c) 2006-2010 Jeff Kim. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.