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Yeah, kde resources can be accessed at
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OPENNEBULA(1)							   User Commands						     OPENNEBULA(1)

OpenNebula - OpenNebula occi-compute SYNOPSIS
occi-compute - Manages compute resources OPTIONS
--help, -h Show help --username <id>, -U <id> The username of the user --password <key>, -P <key> The password of the user --url <url>, -R <url> Set url as the web service url to use --timeout <seconds>, -T <seconds> Sets a timeout for the http connection --debug, -D Enables verbosity --verbose Show resources in verbose mode COMMANDS
create <occi xml file> creates a new compute resource described by the provided <occi xml file> list lists available compute resources show <compute id> retrieves the OCCI XML representation of the compute resource identified by <compute id> update <occi xml file> updates the representation of the compute resource represented by the provided <occi xml file> delete <compute id> deletes the compute resource idenfitied by <compute id> COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2002-2012, OpenNebula Project Leads ( Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at OpenNebula 3.4.1 April 2012 OPENNEBULA(1)

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