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Start and stop EC2s using tags. now in color!

Project description

trafficlight

start and stop ec2 instances.

installation

install with pip

pip install trafficlight

dependencies

-aws cli (installed and configured)
-python3

flags

  -h, --help     show this help message and exit  
  --key KEY      optional. use a tag key besides Name  
  -g, --green    start.  
  -r, --red      stop.  
  -y, --yes      automatically approve instance state change.  
  -H, --host     use hostnames instead of ip addresses.  
  -c, --connect  begin an ssh session.  
  -K, --keyfile  write pem keyfile to trafficlight config.  
  -p, --pipe     output instance ip or hostname via standard out to pipe into other commands.  
  -v, --version  show program's version number and exit  

usage

show trafficlight help page, including usage and flags.
$ trafficlight -h

switch instance with tag Name:example. if instance is stopped it will start, if it's running it will stop.
$ trafficlight example

connect to ec2 instance with tag Name:example. if instance is stopped it will start the instance first.
$ trafficlight example -c

update trafficlight's config file with keyfile for using -c --connect flag.
$ trafficlight -K

start all instances with tag Name:example. if instances are started already they will stay up.
$ trafficlight example -g

stop all instances tag Name:example. if instances are stopped already they will stay stopped.
$ trafficlight example -r

stop all instances with tag Products:example.
$ trafficlight example --key Products -r

list all ec2s and do nothing.
$ trafficlight

list all ec2s and stop them.
$ trafficlight -r

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