ec2control / ec2control.ini.SAMPLE

# ec2control section, app wide config.

# name of response template.   See minecraft.mako for
# an example.

# SMTP host to send emails.

# SMTP port to send emails.

# From address.  this will be the from for all emails sent.

# CC address, comma separated, will receive copies of all emails.,

# Amazon API key/secret.  
# Alternatively, set the boto environment
# and omit the keys here.
aws_key=<Amazon API key>
aws_secret=<Amazon API secret>

# dyndns or similar url - will be hit via 
# http, adding in public_hostname, ip_address,
# if public_hostname exists for the instance

# default instance name, optional,
# used if no name is given with "startup" command

# instance sections for each of the above names.

# instance id - this is the amazon id

# public ip - if present, associate_address()
# will be called when the instance is brought
# online

# public hostname - if you have a public_ip_address
# or dyn dns account
# this value can be used in the "success!" email

# descriptive name used in emails
descriptive_name=My Instance

# any custom key/value pairs can be
# added here
custom_key_one=Some Custom Value

descriptive_name=My Second Instance
custom_key_one=Some Other Custom Value

# Logging configuration
keys = root,ec2control

keys = console

keys = generic

level = WARN
handlers = console
qualname =

level = INFO
handlers =
qualname = ec2control

class = StreamHandler
args = (sys.stderr,)
level = NOTSET
formatter = generic

format = %(levelname)-5.5s [%(name)s] %(message)s
datefmt = %H:%M:%S
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