VM::EC2::ReservedInstance::Listing(3) Object describing an Amazon EC2 reserved instance listing


use VM::EC2;
$ec2 = VM::EC2->new(...);
@listings = $ec2->describe_reserved_instances_listings();
for my $l (@listings) {
print $l->reservedInstancesId,"\n";
print $l->createDate,"\n";
print $l->status,"\n";


This object represents an Amazon EC2 reserved instance listing, as returned by VM::EC2->describe_reserved_instances_listings().


These object methods are supported:

 reservedInstancesListingId  -- ID of this listing
 reservedInstancesId         -- The ID of the Reserved Instance
 createDate                  -- The time the listing was created
 updateDate                  -- The last modified timestamp of the listing
 status                      -- The status of the Reserved Instance listing
                                Valid values:
                                 active | pending | cancelled | closed
 statusMessage               -- The reason for the current status of the listing
                                The response can be blank.
 instanceCounts              -- Number of instances in this state
 priceSchedules              -- Price of the Reserved Instance listing
 clientToken                 -- The idempotency token you provided when you
                                created the listing


When used in a string context, this object will interpolate the reservedInstancesListingId.


Lance Kinley <[email protected]<gt>.

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