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@@ -6,28 +6,28 @@ The Chaos Monkey originated with Netflix, who [built a Chaos Monkey](http://tech
This is a .NET implementation of the Chaos Monkey that randomly chooses from *tagged* instances at an endpoint (eg. US, EU etc). The application is a simple console executable that uses the AWS .NET API and has various options available, as listed below:
- -a, --awsaccesskey=VALUE Access key of AWS IAM user that can list and terminate instances
- -d, --delay=VALUE Delay (milliseconds) before chaos is unleashed again (if repeat option set)
- -D, --acceptdisclaimer Chaos Monkey is designed to break stuff, setting this option means that you acknowledge this
- -e, --endpoint=VALUE AWS endpoint name (US-East, US-West, EU, Asia-Pacific-Singapore, Asia-Pacific-Japan)
- -h, -?, --help Show help (this screen)
- -i, --loadsettings=VALUE Load settings xml file
- -l, --log=VALUE Save log to file
- -o, --savesettings=VALUE Save settings to xml file
- -r, --repeat=VALUE Number of times chaos is unleashed (default 1)
- -s, --awssecretkey=VALUE Access key of AWS IAM user that can list and terminate instances
- -S, --serviceurl=VALUE URL of EC2 service endpoint (use e|endpoint to use defaults)
- -t, --tagkey=VALUE Key of Tag that will be search for in instances e.g. if EC2 tag is chaos=1, ChaosMonkey -t=chaos -v=1
- -v, --tagvalue=VALUE Value of Tag that will be search for in instances e.g. if EC2 tag is chaos=1, ChaosMonkey -v=1 -t=chaos
+ -a, --awsaccesskey=VALUE Access key of AWS IAM user that can list and terminate instances
+ -d, --delay=VALUE Delay (milliseconds) before chaos is unleashed again (if repeat option set)
+ -D, --acceptdisclaimer Chaos Monkey is designed to break stuff, setting this option means that you acknowledge this
+ -e, --endpoint=VALUE AWS endpoint name (US-East, US-West, EU, Asia-Pacific-Singapore, Asia-Pacific-Japan)
+ -h, -?, --help Show help (this screen)
+ -i, --loadsettings=VALUE Load settings xml file
+ -l, --log=VALUE Save log to file
+ -o, --savesettings=VALUE Save settings to xml file
+ -r, --repeat=VALUE Number of times chaos is unleashed (default 1)
+ -s, --awssecretkey=VALUE Access key of AWS IAM user that can list and terminate instances
+ -S, --serviceurl=VALUE URL of EC2 service endpoint (use e|endpoint to use defaults)
+ -t, --tagkey=VALUE Key of Tag that will be search for in instances e.g. if EC2 tag is chaos=1, ChaosMonkey -t=chaos -v=1
+ -v, --tagvalue=VALUE Value of Tag that will be search for in instances e.g. if EC2 tag is chaos=1, ChaosMonkey -v=1 -t=chaos
The screenshot below illustrates how it runs.
-![ScreenShot](https://github.com/simonmunro/ChaosMonkey/blob/master/ScreenShot.png)
+![ScreenShot](https://github.com/simonmunro/ChaosMonkey/blob/master/ScreenShot.png?raw=true)
To install, you can download the binaries, extract the zip file and run ChaosMonkey.exe
*DISCLAIMER*
By design, the Chaos Monkey terminates servers randomly and without prejudice. Nobody can accept any responsibility if you use the Chaos Monkey to shoot yourself in the foot.
-Simon Munro
+[Simon Munro](http://twitter.com/simonmunro)

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