Yes, this is good suggestion. The good news is that the functionality is
already implemented in the soon-to-be-released version of CloudMan.


On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 6:52 PM, Ravpreet Setia
<ravpreet.se...@oicr.on.ca>wrote:

>  Initially only one volume is shown on Amazon's EC2 management console.
> Then, after the user goes into the instance's URL and logs into Cloudman,
> they are prompted with a box called "Initial cluster configuration" where
> they specify the size of the volume they want. THEN, three nameless volumes
> are produced.
>
>  The problem here is that the volumes are nameless, and this makes
> cleanup on Amazon's EC2 console difficult since we have no way of knowing
> these volumes are related to the Galaxy cloudman AMI.
>
>  I am wondering if there is a way to pass a script to Cloudman that it
> will run once the volumes are created (ie. After the user goes to the URL
> and specifies the volume size they want). The script will be used to add
> name= tags for each of the three additional volumes.
>
>  Thanks.
>
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