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Sonic List

Sonic provides a quick way to list your instances.

sonic list [FILTER]

Example:

sonic list i-066b140d9479e9681,i-09482b1a6e330fbf7
sonic list ec2-tag-1,ec2-tag-2

You should see something like this:

$ sonic list i-066b140d9479e9681,i-09482b1a6e330fbf7
i-09482b1a6e330fbf7 prod-20170416110240 54.202.152.168  172.31.21.108 t2.small
i-066b140d9479e9681 docker-20170428071833 34.211.144.113  172.31.11.250 m3.medium
$

You can include a header with the --header option:

$ sonic list i-066b140d9479e9681,i-09482b1a6e330fbf7 --header
Instance Id Name  Public IP Private IP  Type
i-09482b1a6e330fbf7 prod-20170416110240 54.202.152.168  172.31.21.108 t2.small
i-066b140d9479e9681 docker-20170428071833 34.211.144.113  172.31.11.250 m3.medium
$

The list command can be helpful if you want to list out the instances and pipe it back into other tools. Here's a simple example:

$ for i in $(sonic list i-066b140d9479e9681,i-09482b1a6e330fbf7 | awk '{print $3}') ; do echo $i ; ssh ec2-user@$i uptime ; done
54.202.152.168
 17:39:14 up 6 days,  1:24,  0 users,  load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
34.211.144.113
 17:39:14 up 3 days, 12:03,  0 users,  load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
$

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