Fedora 13 Update: euca2ools-1.3.1-1.fc13

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Fedora Update Notification
2010-08-27 06:13:00

Name        : euca2ools
Product     : Fedora 13
Version     : 1.3.1
Release     : 1.fc13
URL         : http://open.eucalyptus.com/
Summary     : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture Command-Line Tools
Description :
Eucalyptus is an open source service overlay that implements elastic
computing using existing resources.  The goal of Eucalyptus is to allow
sites with existing clusters and server infrastructure to co-host elastic
computing services that are interface-compatible with Amazon's AWS (EC2,
S3, EBS).

This package contains the command line tools used to interact with
Eucalyptus.  These tools are also compatible with Amazon AWS.

Update Information:

euca2ools 1.3 adds support for new command line options such as block device mapping. It also contains a number of bugfixes.

* Sat Sep  4 2010 Garrett Holmstrom <gholms at fedoraproject.org> - 1.3.1-1
- Upstream bugfix release [LP:629118]
* Wed Aug 25 2010 Garrett Holmstrom <gholms at fedoraproject.org> - 1.3-1
- Update to 1.3 final
- This release no longer requires python-boto 2.0
* Fri Jul 30 2010 Garrett Holmstrom <gholms at fedoraproject.org> - 1.2-5.20100701bzr293
- Rebuild prerelease against Python 2.7
* Thu Jul 22 2010 Garrett Holmstrom <gholms at fedoraproject.org> - 1.2-4.20100701bzr293
- Update to a snapshot that includes support for block device mapping [575258]
* Wed Jul 21 2010 David Malcolm <dmalcolm at redhat.com> - 1.2-3
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/Python_2.7/MassRebuild

  [ 1 ] Bug #575201 - euca-describe-images shows no output if none of o a x specified
  [ 2 ] Bug #575258 - Procedure to bundle and install image fails

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update euca2ools' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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