This is a reasonable feature so we'll add it on the todo list. To make the
search for all untagged resources easier, did you have a list of the ones
that are currently not getting tagged?
On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 7:34 AM, Shea Lovan <shea.lo...@lscg.ucsb.edu> wrote:
> We are managing Galaxy/Cloudman clusters on AWS for a few research groups
> on campus. As is so often the case, we need to separate usage for billing
> purposes. This this is fairly simple to do with Amazon's CSV billing
> report with the "clusterName" tag included. However, it doesn't appear that
> I can configure Cloudman to set that tag on every resource it creates.
> This is forcing us to keep the scaling of the clusters under our control
> so that we can set the tags manually.
> What I was hoping, is that this feature could be added. It seems like a
> fairly simple patch; once the ID (instance, volume, or snapshot) is
> available, it's one more API call to create/set the clusterName tag.
> Any chance of getting this included?
> Shea A. Lovan
> Manager, Server Operations and Architecture
> UCSB Life Sciences Computing Group
> Santa Barbara, CA 93106
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